Edward Trevor Lloyd Dunsterville
Captain Edward Trevor Lloyd Dunsterville, (25 January, 1913 – August, 2001) served in the Royal Navy. "Dusty" Dunsterville was Mountbatten's flotilla signals officer in the Template:UK-Kelly during World War II..
Life & Career
His obituary in The Telegraph records that:
[Edward] spent his childhood at Woolwich, then in Ireland during the Troubles, where his father commanded the citadel at Cork, and where he recalled going home in the dark at the age of six armed with a service revolver lent to him by his father.
Dunsterville was top of his term at Dartmouth. Dunsterville qualified as a signals officer in 1938. In 1939, he joined the Kelly.
He was awarded the Robert Roxburgh Memorial Prize.
World War II
Retired in 1973.
|Captain of Devonport Gunnery School
25 Jul, 1951