15 PHOTOS IN THIS SECTION BY KEN LLOYD
Ken Lloyd joined the RCN in 1952, and was in Ottawa Division during basic training at
HMCS Cornwallis. He served in Korea
then stayed in the Navy as a reservist after his first stint, retiring at the compulsory retirement age
of 55 with the rank of C1BN4. He was a long-time member of
HMCS Discovery and was Cox'n from
1980 to 1985. He died in Vancouver on August 27, 2010, from Alzheimer's, age 75 years. Ken's photos are courtesy of
Robert Berbeck. Ken was able to give only limited information
about these photos before he passed. Some are official RCN photos, but others taken in the 1940's and 1950's,
may be originals. However, it is not known who took them.
Section revised March 14, 2018.
CPO1 Ken Lloyd at HMCS Discovery.
Four photos taken in the 1980's. Surnames:
Gamble, Lloyd, McRossan, Munro, Taggart.
HMCS Cornwallis, 1952.
Ottawa Division, June 30 to Nov. 8, 1952. Formal division photograph, 62 men, all are identified.
HMCS Cornwallis inspection, 1952.
Rear-Admiral Rollo Mainguy inspects Ottawa Division's block.
HMCS Cayuga, Pearl Harbour, 1953.
The ship's company at ceremonial divisions.
Three HMCS Discovery crew members.
Possibly a recruitment photo. Men are unknown.
HMCS Provider I before 1946.
This is the first HMCS Provider -- it was sold to Peru in 1946.
HMCS Sioux at sea, 1953.
Photo taken from HMCS Cayuga off Korea.
HMCS Athabaskan II at sea, 1950's.
Photo probably taken mid- to late 1950's. HMCS Athabaskan I was sunk
HMCS Ontario at sea, 1953.
Photo taken from HMCS Cayuga in the Straits of
Juan de Fuca.
Revised July 6, 2017.
HMCS Discovery Crew, 1973.
Surnames so far:
Blatherwick, Brown, Cepletis, Chan, Crewe, Docherty, Dunn, Fournier, Fowler, Fox,
Garrick, Gosslin, Grimmer, Hamilton, Hinshaw,
Larson, Livingstone, Lloyd, Loverock, Mackay, McKinnell,
Munro, Murry, Olmstead, Paul, Payne, Pollard, Reddecop, Roots, Roth, Spielman,
Sutherland, Taggart, Thornton, Wallace.
Revised March 14, 2018.
Crew of HMCS Chilliwack, 1941-42.
An official photo, probably taken at the ship's commissioning.
T/Lt(N) Leslie Lewendon Foxall, RCNR is the only one identified.
There is also a link to an enlarged version.
HMS Prince of Wales, 1941.
Church service in Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, during the Atlantic Charter Conference,
10-12 August, 1941.