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HMS MARTIN 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




Vessel:	"H M S Martin" at Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
	
	               Marr	Age	Sex	Birthplace
Arthur BARRY    	U	21 	M	Edinburgh, Scotland     	Sub Lieut Active List
Joseph GOMEZ	        M	31 	M	Gosport, Hampshire, England	Boatswains Mate
William HARRIS	        M	41 	M	London, Middlesex, England	Quarter Master
Henry CRITCHELL	        M	27 	M	Abbotsbury, Dorset, England	Captain Of Fore Top
Alfred PIERCE	        U	23 	M	London, Middlesex, England	Able Seaman
James TITHERIDGE	U	24 	M	Gosport, Hampshire, England	Gunners Mate
Ernest CLARKE	        U	20 	M	Devonport, Devon, England	Commanders Servant
Albert BRIDGEMAN	U	24 	M	Portsmouth, Hampshire, England	Signalman 2nd Class
Henry FLORENCE	        U	19 	M	London, Middlesex, England	Warrant Officers Servant
William BUTLER	        M	26 	M	Chatham, Kent, England    	Ships Cook 2nd Class
James HOOPER	        U	26 	M	Cheltenham, Gloucester, England	Private Marine R M L I
John F. NEGUS	        U	30 	M	London, Middlesex, England	Able Seaman
Frederick BOWLES	U	24 	M	Newbury, Berkshire, England	Able Seaman
Richard WOOD	        U	24 	M	Portsmouth, Hampshire, England  Assistant Sick Berth Attd
George THRESHER	        U	24 	M	Shenley, Hereford, England	Able Seaman
Thomas BEALE	        U	27 	M	Wellington, Hereford, England	Private R M L I
Oliver KINGSWELL	U	25 	M	Isle of Wight, Hampshire, Eng	Leading Seaman
Arthur C.B. BROMLEY	M	34 	M	Dublin, Ireland           	Lieutenant Active List
George E. BAIRNSFATHER	U	25 	M	Forfar, Scotland          	Lieutenant Active List
Malcolm STACE	        M	27 	M	Cheltenham, Gloucester, England	Surgeon Active List
Michael GOULD	        M	41 	M	Cork, Ireland             	Boatswain Active List
Thomas HARRIS	        U	37 	M	Falmouth, Cornwall, England	Sailmaker
Thomas DRINKWATER	M	36 	M	Manchester, Lancashire, England	Ships Corporal
Richard KEAST	        M	37 	M	Saltash, Cornwall, England	Chief Carpenters Mate
William COLLIN	        U	23 	M	Portsmouth, Hampshire, England	Wardroom Cook
William WILLIAMS	M	25 	M	Truro, Cornwall, England	Ward Room Steward
George H. JONES 	U	27 	M	Wallingford, Berkshire, England	Captain Of Main Top
Charles BANBURY 	U	38 	M	Camberwell, Surrey, England	Quarter Master
Henry ROSEWELL    	U	23 	M	Portsmouth, Hampshire, England	Leading Seaman
Timothy ABERN	        M	30 	M	Dublin, Ireland           	Ships Steward
George CARPENTER	U	29 	M	London, Middlesex, England	Captain Of Forecastle
Henry W. JACKSON	U	25 	M	St Albans, Hereford, England	Able Seaman
James SAGARMAN	        U	26 	M	Upperton, Sussex, England	Able Seaman

	
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