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HMS MALLARD 1881
1881 SHIPS IN PORT IN THE UK




ROYAL NAVY SHIPS IN PORT 1881.



Abbreviations:

[BS] = British Subject

[For] = Foreign National

RMLI = Royal Marine Light Infantry

AB = Able Seaman

OS = Ordinary Seaman

Cl = Class




Ships in Port 1881

Vessel:	"HMS Mallard" at Devonport, Devon, England 
	
	               Marr	Age	Sex	Birthplace
Alfred PATTERSON	U	28 	M	Donegal Letterkenny     	Surgeon
Bertram C.P. WOLFERSTON	U	20 	M	Farley, Stafford, England	Sub Lieut
Michael BOYLE	        U	25 	M	Dublin Dublin           	2nd Capt.F Cls
Thos.G. BROOK	        U	38 	M	London, Middlesex, England	Leading Stoker
John BUDD (See below)   M	25 	M	Fareham, Hampshire, England	Cooks Mate 1st Class
John MARKS	        U	20 	M	Moylor, Cornwall, England	Ordinary
Alfred POOLE	        U	23 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	A B
William Joseph WALDERN	U	23 	M	St Budeaux, Devon, England	A B
George Grenway STEWART	M	23 	M	Fareham, Hampshire, England	Signalman 2nd Class
William Henry Prince COOK U	22 	M	Maker, Cornwall, England	A B
Thomas FRY	        U	22 	M	Ilfracombe, Devon, England	Stoker 2nd Class
Hugh MC GLYNN	        M	36 	M	Bolton, Lancashire, England	Stoker
James NEILL     	U	24 	M	Cork Co Ballysavana       	Stoker
Joseph WEST	        M	19 	M	Bristol St Phillips             Ordinary
Edward SUTTON	        U	19 	M	Portsmouth, Hampshire, England  Ordinary
James HULBERT	        U	17 	M	Bristol St Augustine         	Boy 1st Class
Alfred TURNER	        U	18 	M	St Nicholas, Worcester, England	Boy 1st Class
George Christopher COTTON U	16 	M	Cheltenham, Gloucester, England	Boy 1st Class
Charles TRAHEARN	U	16 	M	St Nicholas, Hereford, England	Boy 1st Class
Frederick STEWART	U	20 	M	Abington St Nicholas            Ordinary
James COOMBES	        U	24 	M	Culmstock, Devon, England	Corporal R M L I
Wm. GUNN	        U	25 	M	Chesterfield, Derby, England	Private
William CHORLEY 	U	24 	M	Wellington, Somerset, England	Private
Samuel Richard HODGE	U	20 	M	Totnes, Devon, England    	Private
Arthur I. HAMILTON	U	34 	M	Dublin Kingstown          	Lieutenant
Edward H. TRUSCOTT	U	31 	M	Portsea, Hampshire, England	Assist Parford In Charge ?
Richard S. WILLCOCKS	M	40 	M	Saltash, Cornwall, England	Engineer
Edwin LEONARD	        M	29 	M	Reculvers, Kent, England	Acting Gunner
William WOOD	        M	29 	M	Stonehouse, Devon, England	Boatswain
Thomas ELLIS	        U	23 	M	Woolwich, Kent, England 	... Carpenters Mate
Thomas SCAMP	        M	36 	M	Stonehouse, Devon, England	Engine Room Artificer
William Henry JEFFERY	U	26 	M	Landrake, Cornwall, England	Leading Seaman
Thomas PASSMORE 	U	30 	M	Barnstaple, Devon, England	A B
Henry PHILLIPS	        U	22 	M	Bristol                 	A B
William Henry JOY	U	20 	M	Flushing, Cornwall, England	Stoker 2nd Class
Henry ELLIOTT	        U	23 	M	Stonehouse, Devon, England	Stoker
John CUDLIP	        U	28 	M	Torpoint, Cornwall, England	Stoker
Joseph Anstiss HEASON	M	25 	M	Bodmin, Cornwall, England	Stoker
Walter Ernest LETHBRIDGE M	21 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	Armours Crew
Thomas HADLY	        U	19 	M	St Clear, Cornwall, England	Ordinary
William WARRINER	U	19 	M	Chelsea, Middlesex, England	Ordinary
Frederick James MOULD	U	20 	M	Merton, Surrey, England  	Ordinary
Robert Edward William COLLINS
                  	U	22 	M	Cork Co Queenstown         	Ships Stewards Assistant
John Taylor KESSELL	U	25 	M	Devonport                       Ward Room Cook



Karmen Vice Nava's page on John Budd - one of the crew of HMS Mallard listed above

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