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==Captains==
 
==Captains==
 
Dates of appointment are provided when known.
 
Dates of appointment are provided when known.
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* Lieutenant & Commander [[Edye Kington Boddam-Whetham|Edye K. Boddam-Whetham]], 20 February, 1913.<ref>''The Navy List'' (July, 1913), p. 394a.</ref>
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* Lieutenant & Commander [[Edye Kington Boddam-Whetham|Edye K. Boddam-Whetham]], 20 February, 1913.<ref>''The Navy List'' (July, 1913), p. 394a.</ref>
* Lieutenant in Command [[Harold Francis Beckham Handley|Harold F. B. Handley]], 13 August, 1914.<ref>''The Navy List'' (January, 1915), p. 394.</ref>
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* Lieutenant in Command [[Harold Francis Beckham Handley|Harold F. B. Handley]], 13 August, 1914.<ref>''The Navy List'' (January, 1915), p. 394.</ref>
* Retired Lieutenant, R.N.R. in Command [[Reginald Bernard]], 19 April, 1918.<ref>''The Navy List'' (February, 1919), p. 936.</ref>
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* Retired Lieutenant, R.N.R. in Command [[Reginald Bernard]], 19 April, 1918.<ref>''The Navy List'' (February, 1919), p. 936.</ref>
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 16:30, 28 April 2014

H.M.S. Virago (1895)
Pendant Number: unknown[1]
Builder: Laird[2]
Ordered: 1894-95 Programme[3]
Laid down: 13 Jun, 1895[4]
Launched: 19 Nov, 1895[5]
Commissioned: Jun, 1897[6]
Broken up: 1919[7]

H.M.S. Virago was one of twenty-four destroyers of the "B" class — a "30 knotter".

Service

In July, 1904, complaints from Vice-Admiral Noel of the China Station about the condition of his T.B.s and T.B.D.s prompted a review of his assets by First Lord of the Admiralty Selborne. Within, it was noted that Virago's boiler tubes were at the end of life expectancy and that they should be re-tubed right away, work to be completed by November.[8]

In mid-1913, she was still on the China Station.[9]

Captains

Dates of appointment are provided when known.

See Also

Footnotes

  1. Dittmar; Colledge. British Warships 1914–1919. p. 57.
  2. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 94.
  3. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 94.
  4. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 94.
  5. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 94.
  6. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 94.
  7. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 94.
  8. Letter from Selborne to Noel dated 15 July 1904 contained in Noel Papers at the National Maritime Museum. (NOE/5/2).
  9. The Navy List (July, 1913) p. 394.
  10. The Navy List (July, 1913), p. 394a.
  11. The Navy List (January, 1915), p. 394.
  12. The Navy List (February, 1919), p. 936.

Bibliography


"B" Class Destroyer
Quail Sparrowhawk Thrasher Virago Earnest
Griffon Locust Panther Seal Wolf
Express Orwell Lively Sprightly Success
Spiteful Peterel Myrmidon Syren Kangaroo
  Arab Cobra Albacore Bonetta  
<– "A" Class Destroyers (UK) "C" Class –>