Reginald Hanson Ormerod
H.M.S. St Vincent
H.M.S. St Vincent was a Battle Cruiser, built at Portsmouth Dockyard, and launched on 10 September 1908, being commissioned into the Royal Navy on 3 May 1909.
She took part in the Battle of Jutland during the First World War, and after the war she was used as a training ship.
Reginald Hanson Ormerod, a Midshipman, from H.M.S. St Vincent, is buried in Brighouse Cemetery, Yorkshire (Grave Ref. D. "C" 544).
He is also commemorated on the war memorial in St Martin's Church, Brighouse.
Reginald was the son of George Frederick and Lilian Elizabeth Ormerod.
|The grave of Reginald Hanson Ormerod in the cemetery at Brighouse|
|H.M.S. St Vincent|