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William Hedges

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William Hedges

Role on the lost expedition: Royal marine on SS Terror. See John Franklin.

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William Hedges

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John Franklin statue

{On the front of the plinth:} To the great arctic navigator and his brave co...

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Thomas Watson

Thomas Watson

Role on the lost expedition: Petty officer on SS Erebus. See John Franklin.

Person, Exploring, Tragedy

1 memorial
Lawrence E. G. Oates

Lawrence E. G. Oates

Born Putney. Captain in the Dragoons. One of Scott's four companions who died with him, returning from the South Pole. Frost-bitten and weak he saw that he was slowing down the whole team and so, o...

Person, Exploring, Seriously Famous, Arctic & Antarctic

2 memorials
Rear-Admiral Sir William Edward Parry, DCL, FRS

Rear-Admiral Sir William Edward Parry, DCL, FRS

Naval officer and arctic explorer.  Born Bath.  The Canadian Encyclopedia says "He contributed much to the eventual discovery of the Northwest Passage and the North Pole."  Lieut-Governor of Greenw...

Person, Armed Forces, Exploring, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Charles Coombs

Charles Coombs

Role on the lost expedition: Able seaman on SS Erebus. See John Franklin.

Person, Exploring, Tragedy

1 memorial
Robert Hunt

Robert Hunt

Vicar. Born circa 1568. He was chaplain to the Jamestown Settlement.

Person, Exploring, Religion, USA

1 memorial