Volunteer Second Coxswains
|Henry Samuel Redmond||October||1926||March||1931|
|Thomas James Wills||March||1931||June||1940|
|Francis William Hayes||June||1940||June||1946|
|Albert Arthur Brown||June||1946||June||1948|
|Francis William George Hayes||October||1973||March||1975|
|John Anthony Clark||March||1975||July||1990|
The position of second coxswain ended at Poole Lifeboat Station when the all-weather Tyne class lifeboat was withdrawn from service in November 2016 and the lifeboat station became an inshore lifeboat station.
Second Coxswain Bill Hayes, 1973–75
- Francis William George Hayes joined the crew in 1939
- Age 53 in 1974
- Coxswain of Poole Pilot cutters
- Latter part of the War, served in the Merchant Navy
- Was a full-time fisherman
- His father, Frank Hayes, was coxswain
- His two brothers were crew members
- Attendance at VE Day opening ceremony, 6 May 1995
Reg Brown, Frank Hayes and Bill Hayes receiving Certificates of Service, along with George Buckby and (William) Bill Wills
Second Coxswain George Buckby (John Buckby’s father)
- Retired at age of 50.
- Emergency mechanic (in 1974).
- Lived in Stanley Road.
- His wife’s father was Arthur Brown, the lifeboat’s last signalman.
- Merchant Navy.
- ‘Net’ man catching salmon with the Wareham River Authority.
Second Coxswain John Buckby
- Joined 4 June 1965.
- Retired at age of 51.
- Appointed emergency mechanic, 27 October 1989.
- Royal Garden Party, 17 July 1997.
Second Coxswain/Assistant Mechanic John Clark
- Diver with Max Marine.
- Joined in 1971.
- Appointed Second Coxswain/Assistant Mechanic on 15 March 1975.
- Retired, 22 July 1990.
- Family of seafarers (his father served on a fire boat during the War).
- John at sea when 16 (Merchant Navy).