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  • ...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 ...br>'''?'''|'''[[H.M. T.B. 11 (1883)|Captain of H.M. T.B. 11]]'''<br>6 May, 1892<ref>Everett Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/43.}} f. 23.</ref>|Succeeded by
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  • Stileman married Emma F. Oldfield at Westbourne, Sussex on 31 March, 1892.<ref>Stileman Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/39/503.}} f. 1250.</ref> 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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  • ...Jul 19, 1890; pg. 12; Issue 33068}} {{UK-Camperdown}} paid off on 30 May, 1892, and Culme-Seymour paid Bridgeman fulsome tribute, writing: "V.G., zealous ...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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  • ...w.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26239/pages/3 no. 26239. p. 3.] 1 January, 1892.</ref> In the coming year, he would invent the clever and versatile naviga ...or-General Herbert Blumberg, R.M.L.I.<ref>"Funeral of Lord Milford Haven" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Tuesday, 20 September, 1921. Issue '''42830''', col E,
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  • ...ene}} in the Pacific as First Lieutenant and gunnery officer. In November, 1892, the Commander-in-Chief, [[Charles Frederick Hotham|Charles F. Hotham]], re ...a private ceremony at King's Nympton, Devon, on 21 December.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 20 December, 1939. Issue '''48493''', col B,
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  • ...> He had a year's service in the ''Trafalgar'' (June, 1891 – September, 1892), and then spent three years ashore studying gunnery and acting as a staff ...1916.</ref> 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 the Mediterranean Fleet from 9 February, 1892{{NMI|Friday, 5 February, 1892. Issue '''33553''', col E, p. 4}} to 1895, being present on 22 June, 1893, ...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
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  • ...] '''Robert Hornby Boyle''', Royal Navy (11 October, 1840 &ndash; 12 June, 1892) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...on, on 12 June.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Thursday, 16 June, 1892. Issue '''33666''', col A, p. 1.</ref>
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  • ...generation, arterio sclerosis and carcinoma of the prostate.<ref>"Deaths" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Saturday, 18 September, 1948. Issue '''51180''', col A, ...by<br>'''[[Henry Edward Kellett|Henry E. Kellett]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Renard (1892)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Renard'']]'''<br>27 May, 1896|Succeeded by<br>'''[[Fra
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  • ...flagship on the North American station, in which ship he returned home in 1892. In the same year he was given the command of the ''Alacrity'', yacht of th ...on Saturday, 27 November 1920 at Bathwick Cemetery, Bath.<ref>"Funerals" (Deaths). ''The Times''. Monday, 29 November, 1920. Issue '''42580''', col D, p.
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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 ...r>'''[[Stanley Lyte Willis|Stanley L. Willis]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Bonaventure (1892)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Bonaventure'']]'''<br>21 Oct, 1915<ref>Donaldson Servi
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  • ...When Prince Albert Victor (then the Duke of Clarence) died on 11 January, 1892, Prince George (by now titled the Duke of York) realised that his active se ...inspection was received. Evan-Thomas served in ''Melampus'' from 29 June, 1892 to 2 September<ref name=Record105/> and then resumed his duties in ''Osborn
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  • ...n'', flagship of the North American station. He paid her off on 29 April, 1892.<ref>Drury Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/38.}} f. 346.</ref> ...February, 1900, at her father's home, Beckett, Shrivenham, Berkshire.<ref>"Deaths". ''The Standard. Saturday, 24 February, 1900. p. 1.</ref>
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  • ...-gazette.co.uk/issues/26356/pages/7551 no. 26356. p. 7551.] 23 December, 1892.</ref> ...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.
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  • Promoted to {{LieutRN}} he was reappointed to ''Dreadnought'' on 2 April, 1892. On 18 April, 1893 Vivian was appointed to the {{UK-1Wanderer}}. On 31 Oc ...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 ...Arthur Gwyn Moreton Meredyth|Arthur G. M. Meredyth]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Jason (1892)|Captain of H.M.S. ''Jason'']]'''<br>19 Jul, 1898{{NLMar01|p. 271}} &ndash;
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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. ...ce" (Official Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Friday, 29 July, 1892. Issue '''33703''', col F, p. 3.</ref> Four years later, on 5 June, 1896
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  • ...ong was promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} with seniority of 13 November, 1892.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26359/ ...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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  • ...rvice in the Pacific. The ship paid off three years later, on 25 January, 1892. On 2 April he was reappointed to ''Excellent'' to re-qualify in Gunnery D ...n 26 October he was appointed to command the battleship [[H.M.S. Barfleur (1892)|''Barfleur'']], again on the China Station.<ref name=Record1384/> When th
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  • ...July in his memoirs) he was appointed to the battleship [[H.M.S. Barfleur (1892)|''Barfleur'']], Captain [[Reginald Neville Custance|Reginald N. Custance]] ...Navy)|Home Fleet]] to recommission with the crew of the [[H.M.S. Revenge (1892)|''Revenge'']], becoming the new flag ship. Dreyer was allowed to stay on
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