Second Supplement To The London Gazette of Friday, the 4th of October, 1918

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11782 SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 5 OCTOBER, 1918

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ADDITIONAL AWARDS FOR SERVICES IN THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND ON THE 31ST MAY, 1916

The KING has been graciously pleased to approve of the following further awards in addition to those announced in the London Gazette of the 15th September, 1916:—>br>
To be a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order.
Lieut.-Cdr. (now Cdr.) Paul Whitfield, R.N. (Prisoner of War interned in a neutral country.)
In command of H.M.S. NOMAD, gallantly supported NESTOR and NICATOR in an attack on the enemy battlecruisers. NOMAD was badly hit and disabled during this attack, but later succeeded in sinking a disabled German destroyer, and finally fired all her torpedoes at the High Sea Fleet, waiting for the last moment before doing so, though the NOMAD was sinking at the time.

To receive the Distinguished Service Cross.
Surg. Prob. Alexander Joe, R.N.V.R.
Medical officer of H.M.S. NESTOR. He behaved with the greatest coolness under fire, tending the wounded single handed both in NESTOR and later on board a German destroyer. His conduct was highly praiseworthy throughout.

Name Official Number Ship
To receive the Distinguished Service Medal.
Yeo. Sigs. William Walter Day, O.N. 216047 (Po.). (Prisoner of War interned in a neutral country.) 216047 NESTOR
E.R.A., 2nd Cl., Thomas Corson Dickson, O.N. 272274 (Po.). (Prisoner of War interned in a neutral country.) 272274 NOMAD
C.E.R.A., 2nd Cl., Frederick William King,.O.N. 270237 (Ch.). (Prisoner of War interned in a neutral country.) 270237 NESTOR
C.P.O. Frederick James Munting, O.N. 173139 (Po.). (Prisoner of War interned in a neutral country.) 173139 NESTOR

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Name Official Number Ship
The following Officers and Men nave been mentioned in Despatches: —
Lieut. William Goodenough Halliley, .R.N. (Prisoner of War interned in a neutral country.) NOMAD
Lieut. Maurice John Bethell, R.N. (killed in action.) NESTOR
A.B. Albert Henry Buckett, O.N. 196213 (Po.). (Prisoner of War.) 196213 NESTOR
A.B. Herbert Frank Bundey, O.N. 220853 (Po.). (Prisoner of War.) 220853 NESTOR
Ldg. Sea. Daniel McCarthy, D.S.M., O.N. J1868 (Dev.). Prisoner of War interned in a neutral country.) J1868 NOMAD
Ldg. Sig. George Pankhurst, O.N. 229356 (Po.). (Prisoner of War.) 229356 NOMAD
A.B. Walter James Read, O.N. 211726 (Po.) (killed in action). 211726 NOMAD
Ldg. Sea. Randle George Shenton, O.N. J8164 (Po.). (Prisoner of War.) J8164 NESTOR