General Register and Record Office of Shipping and Seamen. Extract relating to the death or supposed death of a Seaman.

Name of Ship LITTLE EXPRESS, Official Number CK149.

4 May 1942 ¾ miles SE of West Pan Sand Buoy, Thames Estuary.

Name of Deceased MUSSETT, Bernard, age 18, Deck Hand. 

Place of Abode Station Road, Tollesbury. 

Cause of Death Vessel reported blown ...
Cat1 Families-->Mussett Cat2 War-->World War 2

General Register and Record Office of Shipping and Seamen. Extract relating to the death or supposed death of a Seaman.
Name of Ship LITTLE EXPRESS, Official Number CK149.
4 May 1942 ¾ miles SE of West Pan Sand Buoy, Thames Estuary.
Name of Deceased MUSSETT, Bernard, age 18, Deck Hand.
Place of Abode Station Road, Tollesbury.
Cause of Death Vessel reported blown up by mine at 10.30am on 4 May 1942 - no survivors.

Names of those on board: Albert Potter, Skipper. George Havelock Potter, Engineer. Bernard Mussett. [Peter Bibby notes]
Date: 4 May 1942      


Photo: Mersea Museum - Michael Mussett Collection
Image ID PBIB_NAV_291
Category 1 Families-->Mussett
Category 2 War-->World War 2

This image is part of the Mersea Island Museum Collection.