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  • ...f Mr. and the Honourable Mrs. Francklin of Conniston, Notts.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 21 November, 1914. Issue '''40703''', col B, ...K-EmpressOfIndia}}, {{UK-Caesar}} and {{UK-Bulwark}} from 1900 through mid-1904, Francklin was appointed in to his first command, that of the despatch vess
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  • ...ted to the rank of {{CaptRN}} on 1 January, 1904.{{Gaz|27632|25|1 January, 1904}} ...t Reverend A. L. Kitching, Assistant Bishop of Portsmouth.<ref>"Funerals" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 15 April, 1950. Issue '''51666''', col B, p.
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  • ...in the two Statements issued by my predecessor in the December of 1902 and 1904. The reconstitution of Naval Education brings about far- reaching effects o ...before receiving means of support by means of regular allotment. Now that deaths are reported by telegraph, and even postal intelligence. of a man's deserti
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  • ...ame=f36>Currey Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 36.</ref> Also in 1904, he was appointed as captain of {{UK-Terpsichore}}.<ref name=f36/> On 5 No From 1904 to 1906, he served as flag captain in that ship to {{RearRN}} [[Edmund Samu
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  • ...ppointed to the {{UK-Magnificent|f=tp}} for navigation duties from 16 July 1904 through 4 August, 1908. He would record his time in the ship in a photo al ...l service was held at Whitestaunton Parish Church on 13 May.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 12 May, 1947. Issue '''50758''', col B, p. 1.</
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  • On 1 January, 1904, Wray was appointed as first and gunnery officer in {{UK-Majestic}}, but he Wray was promoted to the rank of {{CommRN}} on 31 December, 1904.{{Gaz|27750|25|3 January, 1905}} On 4 March, 1907, he quit {{UK-Caesar}} t
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  • ...ing, India, the elder son of Richard Southby.<ref name=TimesObit>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 30 March, 1937. Issue '''47645''', col B, p. 1 ...third class certificate in January 1904, obtaining 687 of 1,000 marks. In 1904, he lost some confidential books and was accorded the Admiralty's "severe d
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  • He died at Moat House Farm, Brockham,<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 13 December, 1948. Issue '''51253''', col A, p. ...by<br>'''[[Cole Cortlandt Fowler|Cole C. Fowler]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Roxburgh (1904)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Roxburgh'']]'''<br>26 Dec, 1913{{NLApr14|p. 368}} &nda
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  • ...e died "peacefully" at Sunnybrae, Moffat on 20 August, 1947.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 23 August, 1947. Issue '''50847''', col A, p. *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 23 August, 1947. Issue '''50847''', col A, pg
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  • ...ried Hermione, the second daughter of the Earl of Verulam on 28 September, 1904. On 20 December, 1910 was appointed to {{UK-PrinceOfWales}} to be Flag Lie *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 1 January, 1924. Issue '''43537''', col A, pg.
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  • ...on 25 November, 1902. This command would last until mid-1905, but in July 1904, Wilkinson contracted typhoid fever. He was sent to sick quarters in Yokoh ...eet, London, on 13 November, 1917 at the age of fifty-eight.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Friday, 16 November, 1917. Issue '''41637''', col B, p.
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  • ...being appointed to {{UK-Charybdis}} as navigating Lieutenant on 26 April, 1904. She operated on the North American Station until paying off on 24 March, Reinold died at Paulsgrove, Hayling Island on 4 January, 1962.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 6 January, 1962. Issue '''55282''', col A, p.
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  • ...Norfolk Regiment, was killed in action on 25 October, 1914.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Sunday, 1 November, 1914. Issue '''40683''', col B, p. ...ceded by<br>'''[[Paul Warner Bush|Paul W. Bush]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Zealandia (1904)|Captain of H.M.S. ''New Zealand'']]'''<br>7 Jan, 1906<ref>Foley Service Re
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  • He served as captain of {{UK-Ocean}} from February 1904 until September of the following year. ...Richmond, Surrey, on 25 September, 1947, aged ninety-three.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 27 September, 1947. Issue '''50877''', col B,
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  • ...er of the Royal Victorian Order (C.V.O.) on 5 May.{{Gaz|27675|3000|10 May, 1904}} ...ree. His funeral took place at Brookwood Cemetery on 3 May.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 1 May, 1920. Issue '''42399''', col B, p. 1.<
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  • .../ref> the second son of Edward Samuel and Caroline Alderson.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 1 June, 1946. Issue '''50467''', col A, p. 1. ...vingham House, Cardigan on 30 May, 1946, aged seventy-eight.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 1 June, 1946. Issue '''50467''', col A, p. 1.
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  • ...e and a half months time on passing out of {{UK-1Britannia}} in September, 1904 and joining the {{UK-Swiftsure|f=t}}.<ref>Renouf Service Record {{TNA|ADM 1 Renouf died peacefully in Jersey on 15 September, 1972.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 19 September, 1972. Issue '''58583''', col D,
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  • ...of a cerebral hemorrhage while in a coma, on 8 March, 1945.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 10 March, 1945. Issue '''50088''', col A, p. ...rvice Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/44/11.|D7602799}} f.12.</ref> &ndash; 11 Oct, 1904<ref>Asser Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/44/11.|D7602799}} f.12.</ref>|Succ
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  • Veale was promoted to the rank of {{CommRN}} on 31 December, 1904. That same month, the Admiralty was pleased with Battle Practice competiti ...died in a nursing home at Wells, Somerset, on 28 May, 1953.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 6 June, 1953. Issue '''52641''', col A, p. 1.
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  • ..., 1914 in England. Although his death was reported in ''The Times'',{{ToL|Deaths|Tuesday, September 29, 1914, Issue 40650, p.1}} no real detail has been fou {{TabApptsRow|Preceded by<br>'''New Command'''|'''[[H.M.S. Pathfinder (1904)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Pathfinder'']]'''<br>2 May, 1905<ref>Hickley Service R
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  • ...her being [[Harold Newall Watson]]) of W. Newall Watson of Liverpool.{{ToL|Deaths|Tuesday, Apr 08, 1930; pg. 1; Issue 45482}} He gained eight months' time on ...ent''. Taking time to command {{UK-Flirt}} for the [[Annual Manoeuvres of 1904]], on 3 January, 1905 Watson was appointed to the {{UK-Goliath|f=t}} as gun
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  • ...to Rear-Admiral [[Edmund Samuel Poe|E. S. Poe]], extending from 2 November 1904 to 15 July 1905. Allen was to become a destroyer commander, beginning now ...His funeral was held at St. Peter's Church in Hereford on 23 August.{{ToL|Deaths|Monday, August 22, 1960, Issue 54856, p.1}}
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  • Thomson died in hospital on 24 July, 1959.{{ToL|Deaths|Tuesday, Jul 28, 1959; pg. 1; Issue 54524}} {{CatBritannia|January, 1904}}
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  • ...unded (one of whom would later die), while ''Manley'' suffered thirty-four deaths. The Admiralty appreciated Dundas's conduct in the event, successfully bri ...George Lowther-Crofton|Edward G. Lowther-Crofton]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Diamond (1904)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Diamond'']]'''<br>8 Sep, 1913<ref>Dundas Service Recor
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  • Born in Belfast, Smyth was the second son of Harold R. Smyth.<ref>"Deaths." ''The Times'' (London, England), Thursday, Mar 26, 1931; pg. 1; Issue 45 He died at Glasgow of pneumonia.<ref>"Deaths." ''The Times'' (London, England), Thursday, Mar 26, 1931; pg. 1; Issue 45
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  • Born in Dublin, the third son of Robert W. Jameson,{{ToL|Deaths|26 Nov. 1914, p. 1}} Arthur Jameson gained three and a half months' time on From 22 June to 1 November 1904 he served in the destroyers {{UK-Arun}} and {{UK-Waveney}}. He spent eight
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  • ...on as well as Rear-Admiral [[Edmund Purefoy Ellis Jervoise|Jervoise]].<ref>Deaths. ''The Times'' (London, England), Friday, Jan 25, 1918; pg. 9; Issue 41696 ...ed by<br>'''[[George Piercy Leith|George P. Leith]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Ribble (1904)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Ribble'']]'''<br>19 Apr, 1909{{NLJan10|p. 367}} &ndash
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  • ...sue 37161}} his service record indicates that he entered with the January, 1904 term. He gained one and a half months' seniority and made a {{MidRN}} upon ...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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  • ...five destroyers assigned to the [[First Torpedo Flotilla]] at the start of 1904. ...darkness. At 0317 the ''Chauncey'' sank in 1500 fathoms, taking to their deaths twenty-one of her crew including her captain, {{LCommUS}} [[Walter Ellswort
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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 {{CatBritannia|January, 1904}}
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  • ...t officer ended when he was promoted to the rank of {{CommRN}} on 30 June, 1904, though he remained with the ship until being appointed to ''Indus II'' on ...t at Folkestone after a two day illness, aged 39.<ref>Obituary.</ref>{{ToL|Deaths|Friday, August 14, 1908, Issue 38725, p.1}}
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  • .... T.B. 77 (1885)|w=near Ireland|n=Naval Manoeuvres of 1892; TB 75 sank; no deaths d=1904|s=H.M.S. Arun (1903)|s=H.M. T.B. 87 (1889)|n=
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