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Roll of Honour

Hartlepool seafarers lost at sea

Keasey, John Phillipson

3rd Engineer
27, William Street, Hartlepool

Lost when the steamship Lord Charlemontwas torpedoed and sunk in the Mediterranean on April 18th, 1918.

John was born in Hartlepool in 1890, son of John Keasey, a drayman, and Phoebe Jane Keasey (nee Bowes). He was one of five surviving children from a total of seven.

In 1911 he was living with his parents at 27, William Street, Hartlepool, and is recorded at this time as being an Apprentice Engine Fitter at a local engineering works. 
In his will he left £192-14s-7d to his father.