Good to see you have a solid plan with several avenues. The case of Lt William Johnson is somewhat different as he saved the Village of Hamstreet with his sacrifice. You might also want to talk to the Hamstreet committee for advise on how to proceed. Unclear is if Lt Charles W Stevens actions in this case or the deaths of S/Sgt Tom E. Fulbright and S/Sgt Bernard E. Peak measure to this same standard as Lt. Johnson. That having been said, a case could be presented that Lt. Stevens by ditching on the beach saved the village of Greatstone but it is unclear if that is accurate. Here are some links to the Jolly Fisherman (then and now) seems the current structure existed during WWII http://theromneymarsh.net/jollyhistory and http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4635488 Great pictures!!! Thank you. At the bottom of your own post there is an image tool bar - on the right is delete for any duplicates you wish to remove. I did not understand that these locations were all so close together. So during this crew rescue they literally removed them from the beach and across the street to the Jolly Fisherman.