For Posterity's Sake         

A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project

 

In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar 

 

Arthur Franklin Mulock

 

Chief Petty Officer 2nd Class, Engineer TG4,

 

21795-H, RCN

 

Born: 15 Oct 1920, Conquerall Banks, Nova Scotia

 

Died: 2010

 

Arthur joined the RCN on 16 Sep 1940. Prior to enlisting he was a mechanic. He retired in 1965.

 

Ships served in: (based on his Engine Room Branch Record of Service) 

HMCS ARRAS - Served in Arras 16 May 1941 - 17 Jan 1943

HMCS GUYSBOROUGH - Served in Guysborough 07 May 1943 - 06 Jul 1943

HMCS WASAGA - Served in Wasaga 17 Jul 1943 - 04 Oct 1945

HMCS MAHONE -Served in Mahone 12 Oct 1945 - 26 Oct 1945

HMCS QUINTE - Served in Quinte 13 Nov 1945 - 01 Aug 1946

HMCS WARRIOR - Served in Warrior 21 Oct 1946 - 22 Mar 1948

HMCS MAGNIFICENT - Served in Magnificent 07 Apr 1948 - 29 May 1949

HMCS IROQUOIS - Served in Iroquois 30 May 1949 - 23 Jul 1949

HMCS LA HULLOISE - Served in La Hulloise 24 Jun 1949 - 24 Oct 1949

HMCS MICMAC -Served in Micmac 25 Nov 1949 - 30 Nov 1951

HMCS BUCKINGHAM - Served in Buckingham 15 Dec 1954 - 11 Sep 1956

HMCS ST LAURENT - Served in St Laurent 12 Sep 1956 - 15 Dec 1957

HMCS NOOTKA - Served in Nootka 20 Apr 1959 - 30 Dec 1963

 

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(1) Portrait of Seaman Mulock  (2-5) Record of Service, Engine Room Branch  (6) Retirement scroll  (7) Photo of CERA Mulock

 

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