My wife and I are researchers for the Jervis Bay Relatives Association, and as such, have a file on each and every one of the crew that was on board the AMC during the action with the German Pocket Battleship Admiral Scheer, and also for some crew members who served on her before the action. My uncle was an RNVR gunner and perished on the ship on 6th November 1940. Our aim is to find a photograph for every crewmember, whether they survived the action or not, and to publish the same, together with any appropriate personal information on www.hmsjervisbay.com, a website kindly hosted, funded and maintained by the New Brunswick Community College in Canada. This is so much better than just a typed name on a list. To this end, we have been attempting to trace living family members of the Jervis Bay men, who we then contact to see if they can help us. We have been incredibly successful so far in our efforts, which have resulted in dozens of previously unknown photos and even some letters and other artefacts being unearthed, but are conscious that time may be running out as the clock ticks inexorably onwards and things get forgotten by each new generation. Please contact me if you think we could help you regarding any information that my wife and I already hold. We would especially like to hear from any Jervis Bay relative with any information, stories or photos that you could add to ours.