Photographs: Crew of the Royal Navy Patrol Service Minesweeper (Converted Trawler) – HMS Beaumaris Castle [FY 992] (c.1941-1945)

My Grandfather – Arthur Gibson – in His ‘New Navy Uniform c. 1942!
Twenty-Four Sailors and One Officer Crewed the HMS Beaumaris Castle at Anyone Time – c.1941/1942 – Plymouth – My Grandfather – Arthur Gibson – and His Friend – Telegraphist George Smith – Are Not Yet Members of the Crew!
Telegraphist George Smith Confirms this is an Earlier Crew to the One He Served In – and Probably on Church Parade (Sunday). We also See Here the ‘Entire’ Serving Crew at Anyone Time Aboard the HMS Beaumaris Castle.
Seaman Arthur Gibson – HMS Beaumaris Castle – Cardiff Dock (22.11.1945)!
George Smith – the Telegraphist Aboard the HMS Beaumaris Castle – First served Aboard the HMS Arkwright Pictured Here (Late 1943
From a Letter Written By George Smith to Adrian Chan-Wyles – Dated (6.19.2010)
George Smith States That the Ship in the Background is the HMS Beaumaris Castle (FY 992) painted by Stephen Bone during 1944 in Stornoway Harbour.
George Smith (1924-2016) – Telegraphist – Aboard the HMS Beaumaris Castle c. May, 1946 – (Aged 22-Years-Old)
A Hand-Written Note From George Smith to Adrian Chan-Wyles . 2010
George Smith Climbing the Rigging of the HMS Beaumaris Castle to Fix the Mast Light c. 1944
Hand-Written Note From George Smith to Adrian Chan-Wyles c.2010
Eric Davies – Officers’ Steward – HMS Beaumaris Castle – c.1944
Hand-Written Note From George Smith to Adrian Chan-Wyles c. 2010
John Youngman – HMS Beaumaris Castle – Friend of Arthur Gibson
A ‘Skeleton’ Crew – the ‘Last’ Photograph of the Crew of the HMS Beaumaris Castle Taken in Cardiff Dock (22.11.1945). Arthur Gibson is (third-in) from the right (Front-Row) – Whilst George Smith is (fourth-in) from the left (Front-Row).
From a Letter Written By George Smith to Adrian Chan-Wyles – Dated (22.7.2010)
The Crew of the HMS Beaumaris Castle is ‘Honoured’ By the People of Cheltenham 24.11.1945! Arthur Gibson is (Second) from Left Standing in the (Second) From Last Row – George Smith is Stood In-Front of Him and Eric Dawes Behind.
A Hand-Written Note From George Smith to Adrian Chan-Wyles c. 2010
Crew of the HMS Beaumaris Castle Enjoy Themselves in Cheltenham! (c. Late 1945)

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