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He is currently  working as Business Development Manager for a construction company in the UK. joined Vacuum Oil Company (which later became Mobil and then Engen). Spent three years as Naval Attache in Paris, France, returned in Command of Submarine Flotilla, before retiring from the S. 2000 teaching computer systems engineering and networking in New Zealand. Born Shamva, Southern Rhodesia, 22nd December 1915. He was killed ina ction at Gazala, Libya, on 5th June 1942, and at the time of his death was Acting Corporal. Controlling two lines in that region, one with connections to New Zealand and the other to Australia. Based in London as General Manager of a new shipping operation Europe to Nigeria. During WWII served with the South African Seaward Defence Force and was awarded a DSC and was mentioned in dispatches: “For skill and resource in action against enemy Submarines while serving in H. South African Ships Protea and Southern Maid and in H. Around the turn of the millennium he became Marketing Manager Overseas Marketing for Roodesandt Winery. 1984 – joined De Beers Marine as Chief Officer, promtoed to Master in September 1986. “Grand Banks.” Later appointed Marine Superintendent for De Beers. “Lawhill” as Third Officer and then shipped out on the “Commondore”, a five masted schooner which saield between South Africa and South America. Austen Kolbe Barry joined the Clan Line in 1934, in which he served during the first two years of the war. He was serving as a Lieutenant in the South African Tank Corps [SATC] of the South African Army.1975 joined SANDF and did a trade with them in electronics. 10 years on semi submersibles and Derrick Barges as Master, Barge Engineer, Tow Master, Rig Mover and O. The two sailed on to the Caribbean where two sons were born, both on the island of Grenada. July 1942, joined the Seaward Defence Force as S/Lt. 1998 retired in London but acts as Marine Advisor to World Wide Shipping Agency. 1978 relocated to Canada and 2002 is a consulting engineer working in the field of electric power station design. Young (No 1080 1939/40) for 2 1/2 years and then on “Asturias” until she was torpedoed on 24/07/1943. Cowley #1093:”Alothough I lost track of him for a while when I was living in the U. He was at that time working in the publishing business in Durban but died suddenly, I think in the late 70’s, of a heart attack. As I recall Terry was SCC in 1940 and Joung Young was CCC.”After a long battle with cancer passed away 26th November 2015.Served with Silver Line Ltd before obtaining second officers Foreign Going in London in 1950. Served as Area Operations Manager in Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, Bloemfontein and Durban. and sailed on various vessels of the government departments of Environment Affiars and Conservation until 1991 when joined Portnet in Cape Town. Navy, completing his Bachelor of Military Science in 1964. Son of Henry Hugo Auret and Martha Elizabeth, nee Marais. Joined the Marines which was later transferred from the S. 2008 relocated to Singapore with an oil company and latterly in Australia. After Bothie sailed as Cadet with Union Castle Line, obtained Second Officer’s Certificate in 1946. July 2002 – Joined Smit Marine as a Loading Master based in Mossel Bay.1995 – Marine Surveyor with P&I Associates, Port of Richards Bay. 1999 – working for the World Food Program in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique based in Richard’s Bay. 2005 – moved to the Free State where he runs a B&B, Oude Werf. After marrying came ashore and went steeple jacking on the reef. After 14 years with SACD, latterly their Marketing Manager S. Container Depots Durban, started his own freight management company, RB Freight Management in 2003. Son of Anton Rector Kolbe Barry and Dorothy, nee Nankivel. He then enlisted with the RAF and was killed in an air operation on enemy shipping off the Island of Patmos in the Aegean Sea on the night of 2nd February 1944. Started his own busienss in the furniture industry and after a few months bought into a timber supply franchise. Worked as an electrician doing factory maintenance until about 1985, then self employed until about 2008. Wife got a job in Joburg so I moved to Joburg April 2014. After exploring the Windward Islands allowing their two sons to get through initial babyhood, the Briants continued their voyage 0to the States where they eventually sold Ying Hong. He moved to Durban in 1964 where he was tug master and then harbour pilot. Changed surname to Smith Joined Irvin & Johnson as a Cadet working through the ranks to become a Fishing Master based in Durban for the company. 2000 Operations Manager, Martrade London 2001 Operations Manager, Dry Bulk, Billiton Freight Trading, Holland. The Italian submarine which torpedoedt eh “Asturias” surrendered about a month later and was brought into Durban. Norm is one of 5 Fish Hoek boys who attended Bothie between 58 to 61.
Seconded to the Mediterranean Fleet for the Sicilian landings in July 1943 and the invasion of Italy in August after which rejoined the Far East fleet in Tricomalee Sri Lanka. 1953 – 1987 Superintendent with Royal Interocean Lines and Nedlloyd Lines, Durban, until retirement in 1987. On returning to the UK in 2008, he accepted a two year construction contract in Bahrain. Thereafter had his own business, Auer Sepcialist Contractors, until 1999 when relocated to New Zealand. During the war he enlisted and served in the Royal Natal Carbineers. On leaving the Botha he returned to George and was tragically killed in a car accident on the Outeniqua Pass a few weeks later, 1955.1996 in Singapore working for a line management company as their Operations Manager for South East Asia. Moved up to General Manager of Boland Wine & Brandy (Paarl). 1982 – 84 – Second Officer with Safmarine and Mobil Shipipng. Bayley failed his Board of Trade eyesight test and was thus precluded from serving at sea as a deck officer. In the Second World War he was awarded the Military Cross [MC] for his actions in the Sidi Rezegh tank battles [ late November 1941]. Thereafter has gained 18 years oilfield experience consisting of 8 years on Jack-ups as Master/Barge Engineer, Jack Man, Rig Mover and Towmaster. On lighter note, he and his wife Jayne gave their names to two superb “quaffable” delights – “Raoul’s Rustic Red” and “Jayne’s Walker Bay White” – both great marketing successes. Remained until retirement in 1989 as Chief Traffic Inspectorate of Ciski Government after being seconded there to form the Ciski Traffic Department. Later returned to sea with Smith Coasters and obtained Masters Certificate Joine S. Arriving in Durban, Colin left to resume a normal life while Mike met his crew for life, Paddy (nee Patricia Mast). Appointed a Director of World Wide Shipping Agency on the 1st of January 1994. Obtained Chief Engineer’s Certificate followed by a B. Returned to SA Railways & Harbours before joining SA Airways.After serving his apprenticeship and obtaining his 2nd Officers Certificate joined the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and was eventually promoted to Master on their tankers. Later joined the harbour service in Cape Town from where he retired as Assistant Port Captain in 1985. The first Both Boys to go to sea as Cadets in Merchant Shipping did so with a South African Company, the Thesen Line. In November 2003 John and Gloria decided to retire to Fish Hoek in order to do all those things they couldn’t do while John was working and, in particular, to spend some time with their three grandsons, Greg, Jamie and Dean.1945 – 1946 – S. Navy 1946 – 1948 – Union Castle Merchant Fleet 1949 – 1959 – Land Surveyor, Cape Town Municipality 1969 – 1980 – Minister, Methodist Church, Worcester, Swaziland, Burgersdorp, Umkomaas (Natal), Newcastle and Cape Town. 1947 second officer on Fort Meductic and Caithness. Whilst studying, sailed with Unicorn and on various fishing boats with Sea Harvest during vacations, graduating in 1988. 1961 – 64 – Teacher Training College, Manchester 1964 – obtained Teacher’s Certificate. 1968 – 71 – 2/O & C/O & Master with Rennies Coasters. He saw continuous service on coastal defense and the rescue of downed airmen. (from the London Gassette).”Previously a Director of Cape Gas in Cape Town. Navy from 1963 to 1966 and thereafter returned to the Civil Service. Traveled to Port Elizabeth on the ‘Andes’ to join HMS Banff and served in the Far East. As David says, ‘Life doesn’t get much better than that! Together they had the 42 feet junk Ying Hong built on the small island of Aplichau and in due course set off from Hong Kong heading east for America. He was reported missing, presumed drowned.1952 joined Anglo Saxon Petroleum Co (Shell Tankers) as apprentice, promoted to 2nd Officer. 1973 joined Gulf Oil Tankers and served in command of their tankers until 1976.1981 – 1992 – Minister, United Reformed Church in the U. (Chelmsford) November 1992 – retired Bothie nickname “Skaap” Deceased 2002Joined Moss Hutchinson Line of Liverpool in March 1942 as Cadet on.m.v. 1948 Chief Officer on Laeveld on Van Riebeeck Lines. 1950 Chief Officer on Bokeveld and obtained Master’s FG. Then started work for a consulting engineering firm in Cape Town but was recruited by Henry Boot Construction after only 6 months and sent over to the UK in May 1989. Also became a well known figure in the sailing fraternity. Deceased 16/01/2013.1953 – 1961 – Clan Lines Steamers. 1964 – 68 – Teaching Primary School children, Liverpool. He finished up on the crash boats as Officer Commanding the No. Retired at 45 and became the manager of the Formosa Inn in Plettenberg Bay and later overseeing the building of the new Beacon Isle Hotel in Plettenberg Bay. Derek Baker joined the General Botha from Outeniqua High School in George, a smallish city which he always stoutly defended. Graham developed a career in marketing, and was the Marketing Manager for Afrox, Cape Town and PE. 1982 – Marketing Manager in non-ferrous metals for Mc Kechnie. Took part in the Normandy beach landings in France on 06/06/1944 and saw action with the North Atlantic Convoys and Far East. After cessation of hostilities, returned to South Africa and joined the Civil Service and was stationed in many different parts of the country. 1984 promoted to the Rank of Deputy Director and served the last two years as head of his department in Durban. Deceased 15/03/2001.1976 – 78 – Safmarine as Cadet and Acting Third Officer. Demobilized in Durban April 1946 and held various Posts in the Commercial field. Then joined Old Mutual at Pinelands and worked in the Powers SAMAS Department. An encounter with a typhoon in the China Sea brought them to shelter in Taiwan from where, on setting off once again, they were obliged to beat against the NE Monsoon for days on end with little or no progress. Then joined World Wide Shipping Agency in command and served at sea until 1979 when came ashore in Hong Kong as Port Captain and presently (1996) in charge of group safety, training and environment with various ancillary responsibilities.Having been abandoned by aforementioned young maiden I joined Lever Brothers for a few years in their Sales Division. If Mike Lundy happens to read this, I still have a copy of the minutes of the meeting of his first meeting as chairman of Hout Bay Round Table at which I was a guest. In 1984 I joined Lions and was President of Randburg Lions in 87/88 and President of Northcliff Lions in 10/11. On completion of his time at the Botha, John returned to the Transvaal starting work as an official learner at Ellerton Gold Mine before transferring to Buffelsfontein near Klerksdorp. Next was the ‘Jan Haywood’, another voith, also very good. He was not a seagoer.02/1963 – 10/1968 – Cadet to Third Officer with Safmarine. 08/1986 – 07/1987 – Owner/skipper of own fishing vessel. In 1962, having been in London for a while, making friends with a bunch of Aussies, David went off to Western Australia where he worked for Elder Smiths Ships Agency as a boarding officer. Served as Assistant Port Captain in Port Elizabeth until 1996 when appointed Port Captain in East London. 2006 retired but continued with pilot and tug masters training. Obtained first class extra certificates in navigation and seamanship, etc. He was Senior Harbour Pilot in Cape Town in the 1950’s and in East London in the 1970’s. This was a very prestigious decoration awarded to Warrant Officers, Senior Ratings and Junior ratings in the Navy as well as to personnel in the other services “for distinguishing himself by outstanding acts of resourcefulness, perseverance or personal courage or by his outstanding leadership or responsibility and personal example against an enemy in the field”. 1990 Promoted to regional sales manager and moved to Johannesburg. Sailed with Unicorn Lines and Durban Lines 1971 – 76.At the end of 1964 the travel bug bit and spent the next 4 years travelling and doing too many different jobs to enumerate, amongst them a Butlins Holiday Camp Red Coat (Bag man) and a test driver for MIRA (Motor industrial research) I think their philosophy was that if you could drive on South African roads you could drive anywhere. Had a lot of fun and met some wonderful people along the way. In 1957 he met his wife to be, Gloria and moved to Carletonville where, while studying for a mine captain’s certificate, he was posted to Western Deep Level as shift boss. Last in the tug line was the ‘Bart Grove Shuttle’ which I enjoyed but compared to a voith, well one does get spoilt. Was first class boy Petty Officer and obtained first class certificates in both scholastic and seamanship ta the final examinations of the S. 10/1968 – 06/1969 – Second Officer with Durban Lines. In 1965 he moved into insurance and in 1968 into real estate – and that became his lifetime work. Served three years as a cadet but left in Durban to join Crown Mines in Johannesburg. One of many from Rondebosch Boys’ High, ‘Mozwate’ (later ‘The Junkman’) Briant attended the General Botha and while there became the tenor drummer in the band and attained the dizzy heights of badge cadet. 1990 2002 stayed in the Johannesburg in the Pharmaceutical Industry but moved into marketing (with first Glaxo and thereafter Janssen-Cilag). Various positions, including retail manager for Central African territories, leaving in 1968 as Real Estate Manager. Then worked for pharmaceutical companies until moving to Canada in 1998 where he worked in the IT industry, 2005 TLE Manager for Wal-Mart. Around about that time he was also Honorary Secretary of the Cape Town Branch of the General Botha Old Boys Association, successfully helping its early development.I checked the code of production site as well as good working copy of another (but same) dev environment. After spending much time, I found one line solution.
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Twenty-four days later the chief officer was rescued some six hundred miles from where the ship sank by the Greek vessel Constantia, the engineer having died some days before. 2000 – Branch Manager of Diamond Shipping, Cape Town. Sailed on passenger vessels, Clan Line, Bowater paper carriers and King Link bulk carriers. Worked in various jobs in the Bahamas, USA, Japan and UK including skipper of a luxury yacht. 1962 to 1964 navigation direction of the naval staff at the admiralty. Deceased 09/12/2010After Bothie apprenticed to Thesen Line. After Bothie joined the merchant marine and ten years later served in WWII which evetually took him to the recaptured Tobruk where he was harbour master for two years. and was later apprenticed to the Union Castle company, s.s. Left the sea in May 1929 and took up appointment as Senior Guide to the Cango Caves. Died under tragic circumstances at Oudtshoorn on 31st March 1932. 1949 joined mine safety appliances in Durban 1961 sent to Sydney to form Australian company for M. Then to Cape Town as Marine Manager for a further three years. After obtaining Second Officer’s Certificate in 1957 joined Safmarine as Third Officer. Qualified as a Diver and Seamanship Instructor and served in various ships and bases. (Admiral Woodburne received the Van Riebeeck Decoration). He aslo spent many years training which included marine personnel from various shipping companies as well as lecturers at the Genearl Botha, Granger Bay.
Then joined Unicorn Lines and sailed as Chief Engineer until retirement in 1988. 1965 to 1966 Far East as Executive Officer of the ex Aircraft Carrier HMS Triumph which became a heavy repair vessel. Then seconded to the Royal Navy and saw service in the South Atlantic, Indian Ocean and the Pacific. Reported in “Both watches” 1952: With the rank of Lieutenant-Commander, S. Later returned to Port Elizabeth where he commanded the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Base from 1954 to 1963. Maury [Maurice] Bassett, died on the evening of 24 October 2016 while being operated on for a tumour. Chettle, Marine and Classification Surveyors and 8 years later returned to Safmarine to assist with the preparations for the introduction of containerisation in S. Later years transferred from oeprations to the commercial office of Safmarine Durban until retirement in 1999. David Bell joined the General Botha from Kuils River High School and established himself in boxing, rugby, whaler pulling and the band. Went back to the States as Vice President, and served in various positions there until finished up as President. Prizes won: “Howard” Silver medal for first in navigation and seamanship, first in technical and non-technical subjects, first in nautical astronomy, first in geography, second in sailmaking, second in technical subjects and second in science. Came ashore in 1958 and joined NCR as a Technician. Was also on detached duties to the army to assist in the Formation of the Waterborne Regiment in Langebaan. Attained the rank of Warrant Officer 1st Class and received the only Van Riebeeck Medal to be awarded in the S. September 1989 drafted to Durban as Command Master-at-arms of Naval Command East, retired April 1990. During service as officer in charge of Epping Fire Station in Cape Town, initiated and conducted familiarisation tours on numerous concerns in the Epping Industrial area.
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