Commander Erlysman Patrick Hamilton Pinckney
Male, Person Number241, b. 3 June 1902, d. 23 October 1943
Commander Erlysman Patrick
1902 - 1943
|Relationships||2nd cousin 1 time removed of George Pinckney|
4th great-nephew of Robert Pinckney
11th great-grandson of Thomas Pynkeney
23rd great-grandson of Guermond Picquigni
7th great-nephew of Roger Pinckney I
1st cousin 8 times removed of Philip Pinckney
|Birth*||3 Jun 1902||Commander Erlysman Patrick Hamilton Pinckney was born on 3 Jun 1902 at 72 St George's Road, St George H Sq, Belgravia, London, England, ; apr-may-jun 1a 429.1,2|
|He was the son of Captain Erlysman Charles Pinckney and Agnes Ponsonby Adair.|
|Census1911*||2 Apr 1911||Commander Erlysman Patrick Hamilton Pinckney appeared in the 1911 census at Duckmead, Bradford Upon Avon, Wiltshire, England, ; RG 14 / 11983.3|
|Event-Misc*||after 1943||He was Memorial after 1943 at St Peter's Church, Charlton St Peter, Wiltshire, England, .|
|Death*||23 Oct 1943||He died on 23 Oct 1943 at Corsica, , at age 41; HMS Cromarty, having been in the thick of the action for over 18 months, was sunk on 23 October 1943, in the Straits of Bonificio, between Sardinia and Corsica in preparation for the landing on the southern French coast, having struck a mine. Five officers and 20 ratings were lost; 61 other crew including the Commanding Officer and Lt Bernard Upton survived.|
|Last Edited||14 Aug 2016|
- [S1] Birth Certificate.
- [S7] Birth Registration.
- [S12] Census Image.