As this list of men serving aboard St. Roch is compiled alphabetically. Some men may have been aboard for the entire year only or one month during that year as a crew member. It is possible someone was aboard St. Roch for a short passage but was not recorded as crew and, consequently, does not appear on this list.
The St. Roch sailed on June 23rd, 1940 from Vancouver to traverse the Northwest Passage. It was stuck in the ice for two winters and did not reach Halifax until October 11th, 1942.
|S/Cst – Special Constable||Sgt – Sergeant|
|A/Cst – Acting Constable||S/Sgt – Staff Sergeant|
|Cst – Constable||Insp – Inspector|
|Cpl – Corporal|
|Name||Nickname||Rank||Position on Ship||Years Served|
|Cashin, William Michael||Bill||S/Cst||1944-49|
|Diplock, James Milne||Jim||S/Cst||Seaman||1944|
|Hunt, Patrick George||Pat||Cst||Clerk-seaman||1940-42, 44-47|
|Johnson, Rudolf Thorvald||S/Cst||Second Engineer||1943-49|
|Larsen, Henry A.||Hank||S/Sgt||Skipper||1928-48, 54|
|Peters, George William||Cst||Chief Engineer||1938, 40-47, 49|