WE WILL REMEMBER

                               In  Memory  of

                     Fredrick Charles Pavlosky

                         Date of birth 1880 Dorset

                       Branch of Service Royal Navy

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Pavlosky, A.B Fredrick Charles, 194223

Killed in action at Battle of Coronel 1st November 1914 age 34

Son of Robert and Harriet, of Ferry House, Kinsale, Co Cork

Husband of Jane Elizabeth Pavlosky

1 Marine Skinningrove, Yorkshire

 

August 2nd 1914, The ship  “Good Hope” left  Portsmouth

under Captain Philip Franklin

October 22nd 1914,  Stanley  Falkland Island, left port for the the

west coast of South America via Cape Horne

November 1st 1914,  off the Chilean Coast,   H.M.S. “Good Hope”is

thought to have been hit by at least thirty five shells and sunk

along with H.M.S. Monmouth by the German Armoured Cruisers 

Scharnhorst and Genisenay under Admiral  Graf  Maximillian

Von Spee with the loss-of  her entire complement of 900 hands

in the Battle of Coronel

Fredrick Charles Pavlosky married Jane Elizabeth Bell in Portsmouth 1907.

Her parents  were William George and Mary Jane Bell of Skinningrove.

He is remembered with Honour on the Portsmouth Naval  Memorial  as well

as Skinningrove War Memorial

No  body recovered for burial