STORM AND COMPANY
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|MASTER MARINER BROTHERS -
brothers-in-law of Raymond
<LANCE CHAPMAN b1898 and took part in Dunkirk rescue
|<<Raymond's wife, Janet nee
CHAPMAN, and daughter Jessie in the garden at Mears Ashby
in the 1980s.
WILLIAM RIFLE FORSTER, Alan's father-in-law, in RNR uniform during WW1 whilst serving on minesweepers>>
|<<CAPTAIN ROBERT DUNN FRANK, master
of SS Eastgate, married ISABEL STORM>>
(1893-1956) grand-daughter of JACOB STORM (1837-1926).
Robert Dunn's photo was taken about 1934 when he had just saved the SS Haggersgate from disaster. The Eastgate steamed at full speed through heavy seas to the assistance of the Haggersgate, which was drifting in the Bay of Biscay with a disabled rudder, and then towed her safely to Ferrol
(1844-1891) born in Brazil, married EDWARD
WLLIAM PEARSON (1803-1881)>>
|<<CYRIL THOMPSON (1896-1962),
portrait by J.U.Walmsley in 1909. Nephew of Martha
Thompson (1865-1925), daughter-in-law of Jacob Storm.
JOHN LAWSON served in the communications room on the Aircraft Carrier HMS Slinger in the 1940s >>
|Coder JOHN LAWSON RN|
|<<Thomas was "Father" of
the Navy at the time of his death in 1934. He was a great
grandson of JOHN SPINK and ELIZABETH STORM (1741-1795).
William served 52 years at sea in all climates including that of South Georgia where he set up a whaling station and introduced reindeer from Norway, Uniquely William held an American passport which he was given in WW2 when he helped the USA troops ashore in Le Havre, and was given the temporary rank of an army major>>
|ADMIRAL SIR THOMAS STURGES JACKSON KCVO (1842-1934)||WILLIAM STORM HARRISON (1883-1959)|
|<Posed, with a painting of his ship Arica. William
was one of the sons of Mercy Harrison & Sons,
shipowners. His parents were Thomas Harrison 1787-1816
and Mercy nee Storm 1786-1880.
Mary was the daughter of
George Harland 1818-1851 of The Fame. She
married the Rev John Nicholls in 1869 and emigrated to
|Captain William HARRISON 1810-1910||Mary Elizabeth Grainger HARLAND 1847-1934|
|<<RACHEL ROBINSON STORM (1862-1914) daughter of
JOHN STORM 1916-2000, grandson of 'Shoemaker Tom'; as a young man he led the horses pulling the BOT Breaches Boy rocket apparatus. Later moved to Cardiff. Seen here in 1941 in RAF uniform>>
|<Martha Hall 1858-1927, born Robin Hood's Bay, the
daughter of James Hall and Martha nee Storm; Martha
married Maxwell Johnstone born Dumfrieshire.
Martha's great grandson Chief Petty Officer Brian Johnstone MBE., RN, photographed as he neared the end of 35 years service with the Royal Navy.>
|Click here for Johnstone Photos|
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