Tyndareus Stone [????-1993]
Notes from moddsey:
'This stone memorial was erected by Lieutenant Colonel John Ward, Commanding Officer, in memory of those men of the 25th Battalion, The Middlesex Regiment who died when the troopship TYNDAREUS struck a German mine off Cape Agulhas, South Africa on 6th February 1917.
The Battalion had embarked in England and were en route for Hong Kong to carry out garrison duties.
There is no doubt the exemplary conduct of all ranks after the accident contributed in considerable measure to the Master's ability to prevent his ship from sinking with further loss of life.'
Intrestingly enough, no lives were lost. The story of the Stone is told by Dan Waters here