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  • In 1904, a collision between {{UK-Myrmidon}} under Everett's command and the {{UK-C ...e was held at St. Jude's, Southsea, on 26 January.<ref>"Funeral Services" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Thursday, 27 January, 1938. Issue '''47903''', col E, p
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  • ...tps://www.cwgc.org/ Commonwealth War Graves Commission database] gives 787 deaths that day. In 1904, in a competition to investigate how rapidly submerged tubes could be fired
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  • ...d to the rank of {{CaptRN}} on 31 December, 1903.{{Gaz|27632|25|1 January, 1904}} Stileman died after a fall on 28 October, 1938.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 31 October, 1938. Issue '''48139''', col B, p.
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  • ...ce" (Official Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Monday, 27 June, 1904. Issue '''37431''', col D, p. 12.</ref> ...920. Issue '''42830''', col E, p. 13.</ref> On 25 November<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 27 November, 1922. Issue '''43199''', col A, p.
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  • ...ield, England), Monday, May 09, 1870; pg. 3; Issue 5256.</ref><ref>Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries. ''The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent'' (Sheff ...which he received Their Lordships' "high appreciation." On 16 September, 1904, he assumed command of ''Vernon'', where he remained only for a few months,
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  • ...o war between Russia and Japan."<ref>King-Hall diary entry for 4 February, 1904.</ref> Suffice it to say, four days later the Japanese launched a surprise ...Institution in succession to General Lord Methuen.{{NMI|Thursday, 16 June, 1904. Issue '''37422''', col C, p. 10}}
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  • ...4; pg. 5; Issue 37363.</ref> Stoddart was superseded in command on 6 May, 1904. On 6 June, 1904 he became Captain of the battleship {{UK-1RoyalOak}} as Flag Captain to Cha
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  • He served as navigating officer in {{UK-Albion}} until July, 1904. Throughout 1905 he provided the same services in the {{UK-Canopus|f=t}}. ...eral service took place at St. Mary's, Alverstoke, on 3 May.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 2 May, 1933. Issue '''46433''', col B, p. 1.</
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  • ...gular appointment and he did not leave before she paid off on 16 December, 1904. He was promoted to {{LieutRN}} on 31 December. On 3 January, 1905 he was *"Fallen Officers" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Thursday, 21 August, 1941. Issue '''49010''', col E, pg
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  • ...rvice Order (D.S.O.) dated 7 September, 1904.{{Gaz|27711|5776|6 September, 1904}} ...mber, 1916}} Lady Hood died at Sandwich on 1 October, 1950.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 3 October, 1950. Issue '''51812''', col B, p.
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  • In June, 1904, as future appointments were being discussed, including the possibility of During the manœuvres of 1904 off Spithead, Wilson proposed that submarines should fire their torpedoes,
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  • ...d to the rank of {{CaptRN}} on 31 December, 1903.{{Gaz|27632|25|1 January, 1904}} ...generation, arterio sclerosis and carcinoma of the prostate.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 18 September, 1948. Issue '''51180''', col A,
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  • ...[Archibald Berkeley Milne, Second Baronet|Milne]].{{Gaz|27676|3081|13 May, 1904}} ...nce" (Official Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Monday, 16 May, 1904. Issue '''37395''', col A, p. 7.</ref>
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  • ...he devoted the next two years to improving the gunnery of the service. In 1904 Scott was awarded £8,000 for his various inventions: by this time he had a ...ed at King Edward VII Hospital, Midhurst, on 10 April, 1984.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Friday, 13 April, 1984. Issue '''61805''', col A, p. 26
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  • ...mber, 1902, he was appointed to {{UK-Hogue}} for gunnery duties. In early 1904, he was transferred to {{UK-1Suffolk}}.<ref>Bruton Service Record. {{TNA|A ...'s home on 1 March, 1952 at Crossways, South Chard, Somerset<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 3 March, 1952. Issue '''52250''', col A, p. 1.<
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  • ...Beresford transferred his command to the {{UK-Caesar|f=t}} on 2 February, 1904, bringing Evan-Thomas with him.<ref>Evan-Thomas Service Record. The Nation ...65. His funeral took place on Sunday, 2 September at Cople.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 4 September, 1928. Issue '''44989''', col B, p
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  • ...February, 1900, at her father's home, Beckett, Shrivenham, Berkshire.<ref>"Deaths". ''The Standard. Saturday, 24 February, 1900. p. 1.</ref> ...6 June, 1904, vice [[Charles Lister Oxley|Oxley]].{{Gaz|27692|4259|5 July, 1904}}
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  • ...studies, Satow was appointed in command of H.M.S. ''Espiegle'' on 30 June, 1904 leaving the ship when she paid off on 18 January, 1905.<ref>Satow Service R *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 25 October, 1948. Issue '''51211''', col B, pg.
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  • Binney was promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} on 15 September, 1904.{{NLMar13|p. 7}} ...died after an operation on 8 January, 1953 aged sixty-nine.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 10 January, 1953. Issue '''52516''', col A, p
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  • After commanding a torpedo boat in the annual manoeuvres of 1904, he was appointed as gunnery officer in {{UK-Juno}}, {{UK-Cressy}} and {{UK ...ife, Alice Augusta, had died "suddenly" on 6 December, 1943.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 8 December, 1943. Issue '''49723''', col B,
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  • ...Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth. He passed out on 15 September 1904, on which day he was rated {{MidRN}} and appointed to the {{UK-Swiftsure}} *"Obituary" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 11 December, 1944. Issue '''50013''', col E, pg
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  • ...ce, London, N.W.8. He was cremated privately on 26 January.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Friday, 26 January, 1945. Issue '''50051''', col A, p. *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Friday, 26 January, 1945. Issue '''50051''', col A, pg.
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  • ...erred to the battleship {{UK-Vengeance}} as First Lieutenant. On 30 June, 1904 Vivian was promoted to the rank of {{CommRN}} and subsequently reappointed ...e age of fifty-two at Bosahan, Cornwall, on 14 August, 1921.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 17 August, 1921. Issue '''42801''', col B, p
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  • ...]] and [[William Archibald Howard Kelly|Sir Howard Kelly]].<ref>"Funeral" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 20 September, 1948. Issue '''51181''', col B, p ...ervice Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/88.|D8115482}} f. 107.</ref> &ndash; 9 Dec, 1904<ref>Bruce Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/88.|D8115482}} f. 107.</ref>|Succ
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  • ...tzGerald Sowerby was the eldest son of Thomas C. J. Sowerby.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Thursday, 8 June, 1916. Issue '''41188''', col B, p. 1. ...ficial Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 21 December, 1904. Issue '''37583''', col C, p. 8.</ref>
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  • ...nnery course and was then appointed to the {{UK-Challenger|f=t}} on 3 May, 1904. Upon paying her off on 20 July, 1906, he was appointed to {{UK-Hyacinth}} ...rta. He was cremated on 4 May at Golders Green Crematorium.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 3 May, 1949. Issue '''51371''', col B, p. 1.</
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  • ...African Medal 1877-1879 and clasp for his participation.<ref>''Who's Who, 1904''. p. 1599.</ref> The battle saw a Zulu ''impi'' of 11,000 men try and de ...ss of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 5 May.{{Gaz|27675|3000|10 May, 1904}} He was superseded on 1 March, 1905.<ref name=Record1384/> The Warrender
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  • ...ag ship. Dreyer was allowed to stay on as Gunnery Officer, and on 18 May, 1904, ''Exmouth'' was commissioned as flag ship of the Home Fleet. The Commande ...n-the-Fields]] church, London, on 4 January 1957.<ref>"Memorial Services" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 5 January, 1957. Issue '''53731''', col B, p.
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  • ...omoted to the rank of {{CommRN}} on 30 June, 1904.{{Gaz|27691|4182|1 July, 1904}} ...9.</ref> He died in Manila on 22 July of septic pneumonia.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 24 July, 1922. Issue '''43091''', col A, p. 1.<
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  • ...the Royal Victorian Order (K.C.V.O.) on 1 July.{{Gaz|27704|5192|12 August, 1904}} ...n himself competent and popular, so that after reaching flag rank in April 1904, and leaving the command of H.M. Yachts sixteen months later, he was select
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  • ...{{UK-1Britannia|f=p}}.{{ToL|Cadetships in the Royal Navy|Thursday, Apr 21, 1904; pg. 12; Issue 37374}} ...ed away on 3 February, 1974 at Westholme aged seventy-seven.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 5 February, 1974. Issue '''59006''', col B, p.
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  • *"Funeral" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 13 August, 1921. Issue '''42798''', col A, p. ...efield Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/19.}} f. 473.</ref> &ndash; 10 Feb, 1904<ref>Inglefield Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/19.}} f. 473.</ref>|Succeede
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  • ...dmRN}} on the Retired List on 15 March, 1904.{{GazSup|27659|1791|18 March, 1904}} ...ester on 21 March and he was buried at Everton Church, Beds.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 20 March, 1907. Issue '''38285''', col A, p.
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  • ...nday, 12 January, officiated at by the Reverend E.M. Loasby.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 14 January, 1970. Issue '''57767''', col B, *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 5 June, 1916. Issue '''41185''', col E-F, pg. 1
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  • *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 10 February, 1925. Issue '''43882''', col A, p ...Hill Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 228/454.</ref> &ndash; 3 Jan, 1904<ref>Hill Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 228/454.</ref>|Succeeded b
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  • ...fficial Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Saturday, 31 December, 1904. Issue '''37592''', col F, p. 10.</ref> ...one. He was interred at Littleham, Exmouth, on 27 February.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 26 February, 1945. Issue '''50077''', col A, p.
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  • He served as captain of {{UK-Canopus}} from some time in 1904 until the following January. ...ninety-two. His funeral took place on Sunday, 26 December.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 28 December, 1943. Issue '''49738''', col B, p
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  • *"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Friday, 24 September, 1971. Issue '''58281''', col C, p {{TabApptsRow|Preceded by<br>'''New Command'''|'''[[H.M.S. Doon (1904)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Doon'']]'''<br>20 Jun, 1905<ref>Preston Service Record
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  • ...is widow, died in Bath on 4 February, 1940 aged sixty-seven.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Thursday, 8 February, 1940. Issue '''48534''', col B, p ...Ottley Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/39.}} f. 988.</ref> &ndash; 24 Jun, 1904<ref>Ottley Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/39.}} f. 988.</ref>|Succeeded by
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  • ...aint George (K.C.M.G.) on 9 November, 1904.{{GazSup|27732|7256|9 November, 1904}} ...nd was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium on 4 September.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 3 September, 1935. Issue '''47159''', col A, p
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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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