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  • ...nd Lord Fisher of Kilverstone (the son of "Jacky" Fisher).<ref>"Funerals" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 1 June, 1921. Issue '''42735''', col B, p. 1 Wilson's sister, Katherine Knyvet Wilson, died on 20 December, 1931.<ref>''England & Wales, National Probate Calendar'' (1932). p. 482.</ref>
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  • ...ated after a service at Fareham Parish Church on 24 October.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Thursday, 23 October, 1958. Issue '''54289''', col A, p ...aldson Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/44.}} f. 230.</ref> &ndash; 13 May, 1931<ref>Donaldson Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/44.}} f. 230.</ref>|Succeeded
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  • *"Fallen Officers" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 18 October, 1941. Issue '''49060''', col F, p ...dehouse Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/150.}} f. ?.</ref> &ndash; 12 Dec, 1931<ref>Wodehouse Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/150.}} f. ?.</ref>|Succeeded
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  • ...|Rear-Admiral in Charge & Admiral Superintendent, Gibraltar]] on 20 March, 1931. He assumed command at Gibraltar on 21 April and was superseded by [[Franc ...eer Green Parish Church at 2 p.m. on Wednesday 29 September.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 27 September, 1965. Issue '''56437''', col B, p
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  • ...don-gazette.co.uk/issues/33706/pages/2332 no. 33706. p. 2332.] 10 April, 1931.</ref> *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Friday, 9 May, 1947. Issue '''50756''', col B, pg. 1.
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  • Reinold died at Paulsgrove, Hayling Island on 4 January, 1962.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 6 January, 1962. Issue '''55282''', col A, p. ...cord. {{TNA|ADM 196/44/377.|D7576622}} ff. 218, 377.</ref> &ndash; 2 Mar, 1931<ref>Reinold Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/44/377.|D7576622}} ff. 218, 377.
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  • Thomson was promoted to the rank of {{CaptRN}} on 30 June, 1931.<ref>Thomson Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/52/76.|D7576711}} f. 432.</ref> Thomson died in hospital on 24 July, 1959.{{ToL|Deaths|Tuesday, Jul 28, 1959; pg. 1; Issue 54524}}
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  • ...ired) '''Henry Ernest Smyth''', R.N. (26 September, 1889 &ndash; 23 March, 1931) was an officer in the [[Royal Navy]]. .... Smyth.<ref>"Deaths." ''The Times'' (London, England), Thursday, Mar 26, 1931; pg. 1; Issue 45781.</ref> He gained three and a half months' time on pass
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  • Woodward was promoted to the rank of {{CaptRN}} on 20 January, 1931.<ref>Woodward Service Record {{TNA|ADM 196/50/83.|D7576681}} f. 211.</ref> ...y" at Hindhead in mid-1962 at age 76, leaving his widowed wife Irene.{{ToL|Deaths|Monday, June 4, 1962, Issue 55408, p.1}}
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  • In 1929 through 1931, he served as executive officer in the light cruisers {{UK-Cardiff}}, {{UK- ...in November 1940 aged fifty at Winkleigh, North Devon while on leave.{{ToL|Deaths|21 Nov. 1940, p. 1}}{{ToL|Obituaries| 23 Nov. 1940, p. 7}}
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  • He died around early 1974, leaving an estate valued at £51,128.<ref>"Deaths." ''The Times'' (London, England), Thursday, Mar 28, 1974; pg. 18; Issue 5 ...Captain of H.M.S. ''Despatch'']]'''<br>Jul, 1930{{MackieRNW}} &ndash; May, 1931{{MackieRNW}}|Succeeded by<br>'''[[William Eric Campbell Tait|William E. C.
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  • The elder son of Guy L. Taylor.<ref>"Deaths" ''The Times'' (London, England), Wednesday, Dec 10, 1947; pg. 1; Issue 50 ...ourse in Torpedoes before the Service Record we have for him peters out in 1931. It appears that he excelled there, as he was awarded the [[Ogilvy Medal]]
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  • ...t to a base at Leuchars on 17 May.{{NavAppts|12 May 1932, p. 9}} On 8 July 1931, he declared that he wanted to serve in the [[Fleet Air Arm]]. ..., his service records are like many of his contemporaries, petering out in 1931 in an apparent massive loss of such material from those troves which eventu
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  • .... T.B. 77 (1885)|w=near Ireland|n=Naval Manoeuvres of 1892; TB 75 sank; no deaths d=19160325|s=H.M.S. Laverock (1913)|s=H.M.S. Medusa (1915)|n=Medusa sank; no deaths
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