Lieutenant John Stewart Gilchrist Reid, DSC , Royal Naval Reserve. He was lost at sea aboard H.M. Submarine “L55” in the Baltic Sea on 4th June 1919 fighting against the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War. The boat was commanded by Lieutenant Commander Charles Chapman, D.S.C and was lost when being attacked by two Russian destroyers in Korposkaya Bay on the coast of Estonia. He was the husband of Irene Reid of Morpeth Mansions , London. In August 1928 the boat was salvaged by the Russians, the bodies of 42 crew members were recovered and returned to Britain to be buried in a communal grave at Haslar Royal Navy Cemetery, Portsmouth. ( The submarine pictured is a sister “L” Class Boat L26 ). The Russians concluded the loss was due to mine damage and after it was salvaged it was subsequently commissioned into the Russian Navy.