Hi all, I am wondering if someone with access to the British Newspaper Archives had a couple of minutes to spare to see if they could turn up a newspaper article reportedly printed about my grandfather, Thomas (Edward James) May of the merchant marine. He was a mate on the Severn Leigh in early February 1940 which was part of a convoy to Norwegian waters. The Severn Leigh is listed in the convoy database as being "put back" due to a collision. The family story ... I'm afraid I don't think I remember all the details right, but he was or had been in the bridge and maybe had stepped away to get a cup of cocoa, and that saved his life. And I think he may possibly have stepped from one ship to the other along with his cocoa? Anyway, supposedly a newspaper (maybe from Bristol?) reported something like "Sailor saved by cup of cocoa". I know members of my family would be thrilled if we could turn this up.