In this, the last of the names in the roll of honour of Portsmouth men killed in the First World War, we see Gunner Charles Henry Young who was a gunner in the destroyer HMS Tartar. She was built in the Thornycroft yard at Woolston, Southampton.
On June 17, 1917, she was mined off Boulogne killing 45 of her company. She managed to crawl home and was repaired. She was sold in 1924.
Charles, 38, lived with his wife Louisa at 1, Haslemere Road, Southsea.