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HMS NANKIN 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:	"HMS Nankin" at Pembroke Dock
	
	               Marr	Age	Sex	Birthplace
William W. VINE	        M	45 	M	Weymouth, Dorset, England	Staff Commander
Charlotte VINE	        M	45 	F	Ireland                  	Wife Of Above
Grace TURNER	        U	35 	F	Bradford, York, England 	Visitor
Peter HART	        M	54 	M	Milverton, Somerset, England	Chief Gunner
John James POTTER	W	53 	M	Falmouth, Cornwall, England	Boatswain
Jacob CROCKER	        M	45 	M	Ermington, Devon, England	Boatswain
Samuel MORGAN	        U	27 	M	Cowbridge, Glamorgan, Wales	A B
George TURNER	        M	40 	M	Bridport, Dorset, England	Boatsn Mate
James BADGE	        U	23 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	A B
Albert AGATE	        U	23 	M	Holloway, Middlesex, England	A B
Walter QUINNEY	        M	24 	M	Gravesend, Kent, England	A B
Thomas BOYLAND     	U	22 	M	Bristol, Somerset, England	A B
David YOUNG	        U	18 	M	Milford, Pembroke, Wales        Warrant Offrs Servant
Samuel ROGERS	        M	23 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	Warrant Offrs Cook
Richard HEATH	        U	22 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	A B
William BEHAN	        U	23 	M	Ireland                    	A B
Hugh C. PALMER	        U	22 	M	Stonehouse, Devon, England	A B
Richard CAREY	        U	26 	M	Poplar, Middlesex, England	A B
Henry J. HAWKINS	U	21 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	A B
Daniel MEIGHAN	        U	21 	M	Exeter, Devon, England   	A B
Thos. BRADFORD	        U	22 	M	Bridport, Dorset, England	A B
Patrick CLINCH	U	26 	M	Ireland                          	A B
Frederick SURRIDGE	U	27 	M	Exeter, Devon, England  	A B
Benjamin BRIAN	        U	38 	M	Chester Birkenhead      	Private Royal Marines
Alexander WIGHTMAN	U	29 	M	Dorset, England          	Sergeant Rl M Artillery
John AGAR	        U	27 	M	Ireland                 	Corporal Rl M Artillery
Sydney DAVIS	        U	25 	M	Bath, Somerset, England  	Corporal Rl M Artillery
Richard SCOTT	        U	25 	M	Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England	Gunner Rl M Artillery
John GORHAM	        U	39 	M	Ipswich, Suffolk, England	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Alfred DAVEY	        U	28 	M	St Pancras, Middlesex, England	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Francis HALL	        U	  	M	                          	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Jared READ	        U	32 	M	Brighton, Sussex, England	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Dennis BRIAN	        U	25 	M	Oxford, England         	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Maurice HALL	        U	32 	M	Tetbury, Gloucester, England	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Joshua PAGE	        U	24 	M	Hertford, Hertford, England	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Richard ALLEN	        U	24 	M	Liverpool, Lancashire, England	Gunner Rl M Artillery
Frederick SALLIS	U	29 	M	Holy Cross, Worcester, England	Gunner R M Artillery
Joseph MARKS	        U	32 	M	St Austel, Cornwall, England	Gunner R M Artillery
Harry POYNTON	        U	23 	M	Burslem, Stafford, England	Gunner R M Artillery
James EASTWOOD          U	27 	M	Salisbury, Wiltshire, England	Gunner R M Artillery
James JONES	        M	32 	M	Langwm, Pembroke, Wales 	A B
William George STARLING	M	41 	M	Warminster, Wiltshire, England	Engineer
William George ELKE	M	32 	M	Woolwich, Kent, England 	Gunner
William WOOLACOTT	M	33 	M	Southdown, Devon, England	Leading Stoker
James DAWE	        M	27 	M	Anthony, Cornwall, England	Stoker
Robert SLADE	        U	27 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	A B
George HANNEY	        U	22 	M	Falmouth, Cornwall, England	A B
Francis MC DONALD	U	23 	M	Ireland                   	A B
John COTTER	        U	24 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	A B
Walter VILLIERS	        U	18 	M	Hampstead, Middlesex, England   Warrant Officers Servant
John Evans CHASE	U	31 	M	Portsea, Hampshire, England	Engineer
Richard Perry GEORGE	M	37 	M	Littlehampton, Sussex, England	Gunner
John Dart YOUNG	        U	26 	M	Tremington, Devon, England	Engine Room Artificer
John JOHNS	        U	41 	M	Marazion, Cornwall, England	Leading Stoker
Samuel BURCH	        M	26 	M	Stonehouse, Devon, England	A B
Francis MILNER	        M	26 	M	Rochdale, Lancashire, England	A B
William George COOK	U	26 	M	Tormoham, Devon, England	A B
William Philip BARTLETT	U	22 	M	Penzance, Cornwall, England	A B
Thomas GILES	        M	31 	M	Saltash, Cornwall, England	Stoker
Joseph WHITNELL	        U	23 	M	Stonehouse, Devon, England	Warrant Officers Cook
William Henry STEER	U	18 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	Warrant Officers Servant
George DUNCAN	        M	44 	M	Scotland                 	Engineer
Abraham COLLINS 	M	29 	M	Liverpool, Lancashire, England	Boatswain
John LIDDON	        M	28 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	Leading Stoker
James STARK	        M	25 	M	Christchurch, Hampshire 	Stoker
John NICHOLLS	        U	23 	M	Malta                     	Stoker
Edward JAMES	        U	25 	M	Jersey, Channel Islands 	A B
Henry TOMKINS	        U	22 	M	Plumstead, Kent, England	A B
Alfred ROLF	        M	25 	M	Upton, Kent, England    	A B
John CULLEN	        U	25 	M	Ireland                    	A B
James DERRY	        U	19 	M	Gosport, Hampshire, England	Warrant Officers Cook
Charles HOWELL	        U	18 	M	Portsmouth, Hampshire, England	Warrant Officers Servant
Charles SAY...N         M	40 	M	Bishops Stortford, Hertford	Engineer
Joseph LEECH	        M	41 	M	Southampton, Hampshire, England	Boatswain
George FRENCH	        U	26 	M	St Germans, Cornwall, England	Leading Stoker
William EXON	        U	23 	M	Bristol, Somerset, England	A B
Henry T. WOOD	        U	23 	M	Greenwich, Kent, England	A B
Thomas JONES	        U	25 	M	Islington, Middlesex, England	A B
James WALTERS	        U	21 	M	Poplar, Middlesex, England	A B
Walter EADES	        U	21 	M	Bishops Waltham, Hampshire	Stoker
William RANDALL	        M	22 	M	Brighton, Sussex, England	Stoker
Earnest REDMAN	        U	18 	M	Landport, Hampshire, England	Warrant Officers Cook
John Thomas BROWN	U	18 	M	N Shields, Durham, England	Warrant Officers Servant
James JOHN	        M	32 	M	Langham, Pembroke, Wales	A B (Borne On Books Of Nankin For Duty In Hope)
Annie Rebecca JOHN	M	32 	F	Milford, Pembroke, Wales	Wife
Thomas William JOHN	 	1 	M	Pembroke Dock, Pembroke, Wales	Child
George Henry PARKIN	M	53 	M	Truro, Cornwall, England	Captain
Henry David STANISTREET	M	40 	M	Ireland                  	Staff Surgeon
Edwin Rose MEALE	M	52 	M	Scotland                	Paymaster
Charles LEWIS	        M	44 	M	Flushing, Cornwall, England	Carpenter
John KELLY	        M	44 	M	Devonport, Devon, England	Carpenter
William BLISS	        M	54 	M	Southsea, Hampshire, England	Chief Gunner
Ezekiel ALLEN	        M	38 	M	Scotland                   	Staff Berth Steward
Edward JAMES	        U	23 	M	New Milford, Pembroke, Wales	Carpenters Crew
Joshua BLACK	        U	26 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England        A B
Samuel RICHARDS 	U	27 	M	Liverpool, Lancashire, England	A B
Samuel CHAPPLE	        M	27 	M	Ilfracombe, Devon, England	A B
Oliver BEDDOES	        M	26 	M	Cardiff, Cardigan, Wales	A B
James GALE	        M	36 	M	Devonport, Devon, England	A B
James BLIGHT	        M	25 	M	Plymouth, Devon, England	A B
John CORLETT	        M	45 	M	Isle of Man, England     	Ships Cook
Alfred J. BENNETT	U	19 	M	Bristol, Somerset, England	A B
John WILSON	        U	29 	M	Scotland                  	Captains Coxn
James HARRIS	        M	26 	M	Exmouth, Devon, England 	A B
William WALKER	        U	25 	M	Manchester, Lancashire, England	Leading Seaman
Thomas VERNON	        M	30 	M	Liverpool, Lancashire, England	Ships Steward
William GOODMAN    	U	23 	M	Kettering, Northampton, England	Bombadier R Mart
James REYNOLDS	        U	26 	M	Epsom, Surrey, England   	Gunner R Mart
James HALL	        U	25 	M	Dolphin Home, Lancashire	Gunner R Mart
Frederick CURTIS	U	26 	M	Gloucester, England      	Gunner R Mart
James SIMPSON	        U	24 	M	Reading, Berkshire, England	Gunner R Mart
John MORGAN	        M	31 	M	Llanelly, Carmarthen, Wales	Engine Room Artificer
Daniel BURT	        U	23 	M	Menheniot, Cornwall, England	Stoker
John Henry EYRES	U	21 	M	Devonport, Devon, England       Warrant Officers Cook
Richard BLAKE	        U	30 	M	St Miniver, Cornwall, England   Stoker

	
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