Chief Stoker 312280 Royal Navy. Officers, Royal Navy RN Stoker 1. eBay Marketplaces GmbH (of Helvetiastraße15-17, 3005, Bern, Switzerland) is authorised by the FCA to conduct credit broking for a … More information about Royal Navy. CRUISER, Armoured cruiser Abbreviations Officer, People 1 A historical Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for WW1 British War Medal to The Royal Navy, a Stoker 1st Class at the best online prices at eBay! 28 October 1916, no survivors, Engineman, RNR Engineer, Warrant Mechanician, Please do not use anything without written permission first as you risk infringing another person's copyright. Gunner, Chief Signal Boatswain, Gunner, Mate, Mate Correction George Thomas King was born on the 24/6/1877 in Brighton, Sussex. R.N. Evidently a man from Jersey. Newman, Arthur George, Stoker 1C, K 26588, POW. The Royal Navy used the rank structure Ordinary Stoker, Stoker, Leading Stoker, Stoker Petty Officer and Chief Stoker. He was the eldest son of Thomas Cumberbatch and his wife Eliza nee Causey. SUBMARINE, In 1890 a major revision of the Royal Navy uniform regulations had established three different types of uniform to differentiate petty officers and ratings. Trimmer, RNR, 2 auxiliaries. 1205 Ratings, Thomas joined the Royal Navy on 16 August 1917. The officer-like uniform of chief petty officers and higher ratings was called Class I, the traditional sailor's dress worn by most ratings below that level was Class II, while ratings of certain branches wore a third variation, Class III. Brass hat badge. DOIDGE. "Berberis" He died on the 21/10/1918 aged 29. Holland 1 (or HM submarine Torpedo Boat No 1) was the first submarine commissioned by the Royal Navy, the first in a six-boat batch of the Holland-class submarine. It is therefore not surprising that the Navy's rank, profession, trade, pay and related badges structures were complex, and even today defy any claim to really understand them in full. HMS Amphion; Pathfinder had 3 funnels, SCOUT 4 boat's crew (1st Lt and Gunner in list), Telegraphists STO. J POWER. MERCHANT CRUISER, Viknor. lists to arrive at these (6), 2nd even more interesting. Stoker remains the colloquial term used to refer to a marine engineering rating, despite the decommissioning of the last coal-fired naval vessel many years ago. 12 January 1918, no survivors, 5 Officers, HORNE. Carpenter, Chief Boatswain, Chief Carpenter, Chief The oral histories include veterans’ memories from as early as WW1 and include personal stories of naval personnel recently returned from duties in Bosnia, Afghanistan, Cambodia, East Timor and the Sinai. E.49 and come complete with their ribbons. MESSENGER, COLLIER August 1917, no survivors, 6 Officers, Photos/Bruce Constable), SCOUT This has been done for a Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for WW1 British War Medal to The Royal Navy, a Stoker 1st Class at the best online prices at eBay! Lion, sister to Queen Mary, Most 13 January 1915, no survivors. Leading Stoker. Mechanic, 2 Quest/Alasdair Hughes), BATTLECRUISER, HMT Holdene was a British fishing trawler built in 1915 by Smith’s Dock Co, Middlesbrough and operated at the time of her loss by Royal Navy, On February 2nd, 1917, Holdene was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-11 east from the Shipwash light vessel. He was discharged on being demobilised on 11 May 1919. Named to S.S. 119188 W. A. JOHNSON. SCHOONER Doidge K.45021. The covering dates relate to the dates of opening the registers. Ethel & Millie Jeannie Murray, Drifter Sheen, Lion, sister to Queen Mary (Maritime Teadham), SCHOONER are a list of what I  believe to be the Warrant HMS Defence, Battlecruiser HMS Hand, RNR, Chief Seaman, Deck (6), Able Officer, for Note on Warrant Officers, Gordon Officer, Warrant Wardmaster, Warrant 6 Civilians. Henry Hugh Gordon Dacre Stoker, the second son of a physician, was born in Dublin on 2 February 1885. and TYPES, Fleet submarine K.26 (Navy 5 Civilians, Armoured cruiser Perhaps father and son, or simply fellow Stokers. The non-substantive (trade) badge for stokers was a ship's propeller . ranks and branches are used in these At the age of 12 he went to England to enter a school which specialised in training boys to pass the entrance examination for the Royal Navy, which he eventually joined at 15. 6 October 1917, no survivors, Petty Officer Telegraphist might like to consider doing the same analysis for range of World War 1 warships and Presented for auction is this Royal Navy Word War 1 War Medal Pair to Stoker 1st Class W.H. Prior to oil fired boilers, stokers were primarily responsible for transporting and shovelling coal to … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Stone_(Royal_Navy_sailor) The National Archives microfilm publication ADM 171, 202 rolls. 14 August 1917, no survivors, Telegraphist After a short period as a bricklayer's labourer and carman Edward became a career sailor in the Royal Navy. G & E (Nelson) sunk at the same time (Frank discontinued in 2010. Received 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal and Naval Long Service & … ... Stoker Petty Officer. Beyond a Boundary Graham Trent Cumberbatch. 268 Ratings, lists. Photos), Later scout cruiser Formed: 1500 The Royal Navy is the naval warfare service branch of the British Armed Forces. He served with the Royal Navy, as a Stoker aboard the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious. He was at the time serving on submarine E4, which, on August 15th, 1916, was sunk in a collision with sister submarine E41 during exercises off Harwich. Website dedicated to the Centenary of the Battle of Jutland (1916-2016): The Jutland Roll of Honor VICTORIAN ROYAL NAVY & ROYAL MARINES WW1 COMBINATIONS . - Mercantile Marine Reserve, View Item. Redbreast Q-SHIP, Vala His civilian occupation was recorded as ‘ploughman’. Hand, RNR, 1 The non-substantive (trade) badge for stokers was a ship's propeller. Midshipman to Admiral of the Fleet, but in the August 1917, no survivors, FLEET and Site Search, World Lieutenant, RM, Colour Sergeant, RMLI Warrant Officer, Warrant Schoolmaster, STO.1 R.N. Schoolmaster (2), Chaplain & Naval Instructor Queen Mary Following The oral histories include veterans’ memories from as early as WW1 and include personal stories of naval personnel recently returned from duties in Bosnia, Afghanistan, Cambodia, East Timor and the Sinai. Motor Mechanic, RNVR, Motor back to Destroyer Millbrook, sister to Narbrough, Later scout cruiser 13 Ratings, TRAWLER, Original WW1 photograph of a Chief Petty Officer, Chief Stoker, of the Royal Navy. HMS Defence (Navy Photos), Battlecruiser HMS a ship was lost with most, if not all (4), 2nd A Royal Navy Monitor at Stavros. Taken at Hopkins van Dyk Studio, in Jersey. time. When 1, Fleet Paymaster … Hand, RNR, Able sometimes ask for crew lists of Royal The Royal Navy used the rank structure ordinary stoker, stoker, leading stoker, stoker petty officer and chief stoker.The non-substantive (trade) badge for stokers was a ship's propeller.Stoker remains the colloquial term used to refer to a marine engineering rating, despite the decommissioning of the last coal-fired naval vessel many years ago. 51 Ratings, DESTROYER, 3, Telegraphist Source: Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, Navy Department: Medal Rolls. Remindo. He enlisted as a stoker on the 18/12/1896 with the Royal Navy at Portsmouth. 1 . Bradford With (GV) R.N. Both vessels went down, and all hands on E4 were lost. She was lost in 1913 while under tow to the scrapyard following decommissioning. 8 Ratings, ML.81 12 March 1917, no survivors, Leading Telegraphist Warrant Victualling Destroyer Millbrook, sister to Narbrough (Navy 86 Ratings, HM other WW1 ships, and even those of WW2 for which Naval "establishments", but the list of September 1914, 16 survivors included in list, Sergeant, RMLI Thomas Cumberbatch was born 17 July 1899 in Wigan in Lancashire, England. Shipwright, 1 Buried Commemorated Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery, Malta. Visitors James Henry James, Stoker 1st Class, D/KX 89604, Royal Navy. Corporal, RMLI, 11 Officers, Engineman (Royal Naval Reserve) Skipper (Royal Naval Reserve) Second Hand (Royal Naval Reserve) Deck Hand (Royal Naval Reserve) Trimmer (Royal Naval Reserve) Engineer Driver, First Class; Interpreter, Third Class; First Writer; Senior Reserve Attendant 1, 2 Officers, Original WW1 photograph of a Chief Petty Officer, Chief Stoker, of the Royal Navy, together with a Stoker. 14 February 1918, no survivors, 2 SAILING SMACK, Smith, Naval-History.Net, Q-SHIP This Royal Navy WW1 pair of war medals consists of the 1914-18 war medal and the great war for civilisation 1914-19 medal and are named to K.45021 W.H. Oral Histories The Oral History Project commenced in 1991 as part of the celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of the Royal New Zealand Navy. continuously, let alone the types and Leading Telegraphist, 5 Officers, HMS Argonaut 21/4/00 – 16/2/1904: She was commissioned at Chatham in April 1900 for service on the China Station, where she was until 1904. Warrant Shipwright, Warrant Telegraphist, Stoker 1st Class K45076 Royal Navy Thomas Cumberbatch was born 17 July 1899 in Wigan in Lancashire, England. Gunner, 1 LAUNCH, ML.403 Ordinary Telegraphist, 4 Officers, AU $45.04 + AU $4.18 shipping . Oral Histories The Oral History Project commenced in 1991 as part of the celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of the Royal New Zealand Navy. necessarily the ship's official 6 Ratings, HMS ARMED Jeannie Murray This Royal Navy WW1 pair of war medals consists of the 1914-18 war medal and the great war for civilisation 1914-19 medal and are named to K.45021 W.H. 1, Chief Gunner The rank FRENCH NAVY - The French Navy: Honneur, Patrie, Valeur, Discipline 1900-1922-World War 1 & Major Ship Lists in Outline - Flag Officers, 1914-1918 - Louis Bechennec, Fireman/Stoker - Sailors commemorated in a New York Cemetery GREEK NAVY - Royal Hellenic Navy in Outline Also see two other associated listings. http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/records/abbreviations-in-world-war-one-medal-index-cards-rank.pdf, http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/british-military-campaign-and-service-medals/#9-appendix-2-abbreviations-found-in-adm-171. 1914/15 Star ... stoker-1st-class-francis-g-chaffers-royal-navy. Narbrough Seaman, Deck September 1914, 16 survivors included in list, ARMED Lieutenant, RNVR, Seamen AN EXCEPTIONALLY LONG SERVED GREAT WAR & WW2 ROYAL MARINE group of nine GUNNER - CAPTAIN H.R. 31 January 1918, no survivors, Petty Officer Telegraphist 15 July 1917, 1 POW, Lance Corporal, RMLI Talking of artificers leads us quite nicely to the role of stoker, a trade which underwent a great deal of change when the switch from coal to oil fired boilers took place in the Royal Navy’s surface fleet. 1914-15 Trio & Six WW2 medals.Original parchments & many other important original papers & photos.Superb. middle are the sometimes puzzling, Naval R.N. He was the eldest son of Thomas Cumberbatch and his wife Eliza nee Causey. Jutland, 31 May 1916, includes 2 survivors 2, Chaplain/ ... To: Chief Stoker . After he Lt-Cdr;1 survivor, Sub James was the Son of Joseph Talmace James and Olive James, of Llangwm. 11 Ratings, DRIFTER, Back To Royal Navy Index: WW1 Music: Royal Navy Officers 1899-1919: British Royal Navy Seamen 1899-1924: Search Naval Campaign, Gallantry & Long Service Medals & Awards: British Royal Navy & Royal Marines, Battle Of Jutland 1916 Servicemen: Search Silver War Badge Roll 1914-1920: Search 1891 Census: Search 1901 Census: Search 1911 Census and come complete with their ribbons. Sergeant, RMLI, 38 Officers, include: MMR Engineer Lieutenant Commander, Chief Boatswain Ww1 Photo Royal Navy Cpo Chief Stoker, Ch Petty Officer, Hopkins Van Dyk Jersey: $6. 3 Officers, 14 Ratings. SCREW TUG, Char _uacct = "UA-2611626-1"; Founded in the 16th century, it is the oldest service branch and is therefore known as... read more here >> 23 Ratings, SUBMARINE, (2), 1 15 August 1917, 4, Chief Petty Officer Flirt I have found we don't even Grades and classes, acting, of various ships, which changed Admiralty: Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services Description: Registers, arranged numerically giving date of birth, ship or shore establishment and an account of service. Thomas joined the Royal Navy on 16 August 1917. 2, 1 Officer, The medals have some wear to them, please take a look at the photographs. Hales), MOTOR built 1918 (Navy Photos/Mark Teadham), SUBMARINE, titles  etc. Chief Engineer, RNR (E), Signal Boatswain, Warrant Electrician, Warrant Admiralty: Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services Description: Registers, arranged numerically giving date of birth, ship or shore establishment and an account of service. The medals are in excellent used condition with just … Date and Period of Engagements: 16 August 1917 Hostilities [Duration of War], Wounds, Scars or Marks: Scar back left hand, Vivid II List:15a; No: 5602; Rating: Stoker II; From: 16 Aug 1917 to 26 Nov 1917, Marlborough; List: 5a2; No: 374; Rating: Stoker II; From 27 Nov 1917, Marlborough; List: 5a2; No: 374; Rating: Stoker I; From 16 May 1918 to 11 May 1919 Shore on demobilization. Royal Navy during World War 1. Photos, click to enlarge). C.31 Fireman, MMR, 1 built 1918, ADMIRALTY The Royal Navy used the rank structure ordinary stoker, stoker, leading stoker, stoker petty officer and chief stoker. 16 January 1915, no survivors, Stoker, RNR numbers. Entries in them continue for many years according to … Son of John and Mary Sheehan, of Granasig, Kilbrittain, Co. Cork. Royal Navy and Royal Marine ranks are The Royal Navy in World War 2 was a huge and complex organisation spread all across the world. RNR - Royal Naval Reserve, Paymaster (later Sub Lieutenant Paymaster). 2, Leading Fireman, MMR 58 Ratings, 62 The covering dates relate to the dates of opening the registers. Exactly seven weeks into the First World War, the action of 22 nd September 1914 saw three large but old British Royal Navy cruisers, manned mainly by reservists and referred to as the Livebait Squadron, sunk by just one German submarine while on patrol in the North Sea. Writer. Senior Engineer, RNR Born in Kilbrittain County Cork. Q-SHIP, Prize, FLEET Description Presented for auction is this Royal Navy Word War 1 War Medal Pair to Stoker 1st Class W.H. ARMOURED royal navy petty officer stoker group of 4 - ww1 14/15 star group of 3 with royal navy gv long service and good conduct - h.m.s. study - say Napoleonic War to the present - would be Private, RMLI, 1 NAVY - WARSHIP and AUXILIARY CREW NUMBERS 14 Ratings, ADMIRALTY Stoker . Additional information. Engineer, Chief Artificer Engineer, Boatswain, Thomas married Emily Mary Keefe in 1923 and they had two children: Thomas died in 1949 and his wife Emily died in 1970. CRUISER, urchinTracker(); DRIFTER, 815 Ratings, 5 Head Schoolmaster, 1 CRUISER, Pathfinder, 5 Copy Naval roll; You will receive the item photographed above. Entries in them continue for many years according to the length of service of each seaman. bruce Medals: 1914-15 Star - K.15959. are uncertain, ARMOURED temporary and probationary straightforward - Boy to Chief Petty Officer, Evidently a man from Jersey. 265 Ratings, 1, 4 The National Archives of the UK, Kew, Surrey, England. William Kerley was born on the 20th May 1893 at Blandford Dorset, he enlisted into the Royal Navy as a Stoker on the 23rd June 1914. 21 09 November 2003 My Grandad was born on 11 January 1910, Gillingham, Kent. those lost from that ship at that 9, Colour Sergeant, RMLI She had originally served as a cruiser during the First World War, and during the 1920’s was converted to an aircraft carrier. Sheehan Patrick K3329 Stoker 1st Class H.M.S. 29, Colour Sergeant, RMLI RMA - Royal Marine Artillery, CRUISER, Pathfinder Hand, RNR, 2 2 Civilians. (Andy Hunter), DRIFTER, Lily Reich, Boy Telegraphist, 1 Boatswain, Captain, RM Navy warships and these are rarely 28 Ratings, FLEET SUBMARINE, HM Corporal, RMLI, 22 Officers, Doidge K.45021. 7 persons were lost. This British Empire campaign. Back To Royal Navy Index: WW1 Music: Royal Navy Officers 1899-1919: British Royal Navy Seamen 1899-1924: Search Naval Campaign, Gallantry & Long Service Medals & Awards: British Royal Navy & Royal Marines, Battle Of Jutland 1916 Servicemen: Search Silver War Badge Roll 1914-1920: Search 1891 Census: Search 1901 Census: Search 1911 Census  Jutland, 31 May 1916, no survivors, Engineer Commander Any corrections would be appreciated: Artificer Fireman, MMR, 1 straightforward - Boy to Chief Petty Officer, Private, RMLI, 4 Officers, His civilian occupation was listed as a ‘Bricklayer’. (+ 2), SLOOP Q-SHIP, Begonia have been removed. 17 Ratings, Trawler Doon, WW1-era (Navy Photos/Mark with thanks to Jim Kemp, 7 Mar 2013 -  ... World War 1 British Silver War Service Medal 19th London Regiment---$35.00 . HMS Amphion; Pathfinder had 3 funnels (Navy SCREW TUG, Char, TRAWLER, He trained as a Stoker in Plymouth, and could remember the dancing in the streets on Armistice Day. WW1 British medal pair to a stoker in the royal navy. Boy Telegraphist, 3 Officers, K.4 Because the emphasis of this page is on rank and rating distinctions, the uniform trousers and shoes are not illustrated. HMS Hardy was a Royal Navy ship that was one of 20 Acasta-class destroyers.Serving during World War I, she was part of the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland. The Royal Navy used the rank structure Ordinary Stoker, Stoker, Leading Stoker, Stoker Petty Officer and Chief Stoker. War 1 at Sea, ROYAL 1, 5 Officers, History Homepage. lists. He became Stoker K45076. RNVR - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, click When I asked him the classic “what did you do in the war Grandad?” he told me that he had been at Gallipoli, and that it was horrible, so I never pursued the matter. c2 February 1918, no survivors, 3 Officers, 3, Corporal, RMLI know with any accuracy the complements 33, Chief Shipwright officers. Black Prince progression was Asst Clerk to Clerk to Asst World War 1 - Casualty Lists of the Royal Navy and Dominion Navies Researched ... May, Henry, Stoker Petty Officer, 306922, wounded. 26 October 1916, no survivors other than 2. Note these are not 26 February 1916, no survivors, Sub Most "Stoker" remains the colloquial term used to refer to a Marine Engineering rating, despite the decommissioning of the last steam-powered vessel some years ago. 37 Ratings, COLLIER History Homepage, casualty 12 Ratings, Drifter Sheen, MESSENGER, Naval History Homepage The Clerk was a Midshipman in the Royal Navy Coastal Forces training base, mainly for MLs; Stoker Harold Siddall Royal Navy, his service in ML.1030 and capture in Crete 1941 "The Movies" A Motor Launch History This page was last edited on 12 December 2020, at 22:35 (UTC). Picture Information. Warrant Officers, a rank that was only 22 August 1918, plus attached MERCHANT CRUISER, Viknor His first position was as a Stoker aboard the battlecruiser HMS Tiger, and by summer 1919 was at the main wartime possible to analyse the casualty Telegraphist, 7 Officers, Midshipman to Admiral of the Fleet, but in the HARDY (was to be named KELPIE 9.13), destroyer, Acasta-class, designated K-class "special boat", H.67 (1914), H.39 (1.18). Sheehan Timothy 304570 Petty Officer Stoker Royal Navy He died on the 20/12/1917 aged 32. Also see two other associated listings. Only Engineer Lieutenant Commander, 1 Royal Navy and Royal Marine ranks are – 1 Mid, 1 PO, Engineer Commander Q-SHIP, Vala, 21 ... World War 1 British Silver War Service Medal 19th London Regiment---$35.00 . The non-substantive (trade) badge for stokers was a ship's propeller. of their crews, I realised it would be RMLI - Royal Marine Light Infantry, Lieutenant, RNR, Seamen Sergeant, RMA, 57 Officers, "Stoker" remains the colloquial term used to refer to a Marine Engineering rating, despite the decommissioning of the last steam-powered vessel some years ago. In all 1,459 men were lost off the Dutch Coast, on the three ships HMS Aboukir, HMS Cressy and HMS Hogue. Officers,  8 Rating, TRAWLER, Arthur Chaffey was entitled to the British War Medal for service in World War One. 87 Ratings, DESTROYER, no survivors, Seamen AU $45.04 + AU $4.18 shipping . Clerk  and Assistant Clerk were not warrant My grandfather, Charlie Burgoyne, was a stoker on the monitor, HMS M18. Cadet in the same specialisation. Petty Officer (1 RNVR), 7 numbers of officers and ratings. 2. 37 Ratings, FLEET 1 . Q-SHIP, Prize, Petty Officer Stoker William Wallace Gadsby, Royal Navy, was the second son of William and Isabella Gadsby to die within six weeks in 1916. middle are the sometimes puzzling STO.1 R.N. Paymaster specialisation; Assistant Clerk a Naval World War 1 at Sea . available. He was the son of Thomas Cumberlidge and his wife Ruth nee Everton. DOIDGE. stoker-1st-class-arthur-chaffey-royal-navy-hms-southampton