Seaman Arthur Gibson joined the Royal Navy Patrol Service (RNPS) in late 1941, and was soon aboard the Minesweeper – HMS Beaumaris Castle – stationed
Dear Leo As you (and your colleagues) at the RNSPA have been so kind as to help me with my research, I thought that I
Dear U-Boat Archive I am researching an incident reported by a number of British sailors that is believed to have happened during the late afternoon
Three crewmembers of the HMS Beaumaris Castle – Arthur Gibson, John Youngman and George Smith – all serving in the Royal Navy Patrol Service (RNPS)
Among the body parts were Xmas presents and photographs of relatives, as well as other personal items. The recovered bodies were carefully taken back to the HMS Beaumaris Castle where they were laid-out in the biggest space possible – the cleared Mess Hall.