This is a list of those who died in British Antarctic Territory in the pursuit of science since the first permanent British base was set up at Port Lockroy in 1944. The majority were employed by the British Antarctic Survey or its predecessor the Falkland Island Dependencies Survey but the list includes two seaman from HMS Protector who died whilst carrying out a siesmic study.
There is a List by date here.
To find out more about these explorers click on the links below or the List by date .
If you knew them and would like to add any memories or add photographs please contact Trustee Brian Dorsett Bailey
Tom Allan, June 1966, Stonington Island.
John Anderson, 16 May 1981, Rothera.
Robert Atkinson, 16 May 1981, Rothera.Jeremy Bailey, 12 October 1965, Halley Bay.
Dennis Bell, 26 July 1959, Admiralty Bay.
Stanley Black, 27 May 1958, Horseshoe Island.
Kirsty Brown, 22 July 2003, Rothera.
Oliver Burd, 9 November 1948, Hope Bay.
John Coll, 14 August 1982, Argentine Islands.
Arthur Farrant, 17 November 1953, Deception Island.
Roger Filer, 13 February 1961, Signy Island.
Michael Green, 9 November 1948, Hope Bay.
Geoffrey Hargreaves, September, 1976, Argentine Islands.
Leading Seaman Reg Hodge, 6 December 1963, HMS Protector.
Able Seaman Michael Lane, 6 December 1963, HMS Protector.
Neville Mann, 15 August 1963, Halley.
Ambrose Morgan, 14 August 1982, Argentine Islands.
Miles Mosley, 2 February 1980, Halley.
Ronald Napier, 24 March 1956, Admiralty Bay.
John Noel, June 1966, Stonington Island.
Kevin Ockleton, 14 August 1982, Argentine Islands.
Eric Platt, 10 November 1948, Admiralty Bay.
Alan Sharman, 23 April 1959, Admiralty Bay.
David Statham, 27 May 1958, Horseshoe Island.
Geoffrey Stride, 27 May 1958, Horseshoe Island.
Michael Walker, 6 September 1976, Argentine Islands.
David Wild, 12 October 1965, Halley.
John Wilson, 12 October 1965, Halley.
Graham Whitfield, 6 September 1976, Argentine Islands.