Robert Fulton Walker

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Lieutenant R.N.R. (temporary) Robert Fulton Walker, (18 May, 1888 – ) served in the Royal Naval Reserve during the Great War.

Life & Career

Born in Glasgow. In mid 1915, he was in Devonport working with lighters. On 25 January, 1916 he was appointed to Canopus, additional, for service with Senior Naval Officer, Smyrna Patrol. By March 1917 he was back in England, shuttling barges and motor lighters in coastal waters.[1]

Walker was promoted to the rank of Temporary Lieutenant R.N.R. on 29 April, 1917. Walker was demobilised on 15 August, 1919 shortly after a five month stint in command of the convoy sloop H.M.S. Spiraea.

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Naval Appointments
Preceded by
Kenneth Boothroyd
Captain of H.M.S. Spiraea
16 Jan, 1919[2] – 10 Jun, 1919[3]
Succeeded by
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Footnotes

  1. Walker Service Record, in our PDF for Archibald Home Douglas. The National Archives. ADM 240/41/30. f. 15.
  2. Walker Service Record, in our PDF for Archibald Home Douglas. The National Archives. ADM 240/41/30. f. 15.
  3. Walker Service Record, in our PDF for Archibald Home Douglas. The National Archives. ADM 240/41/30. f. 15.