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THE ROYAL NAVY.
721
LIST OF SHIPS AND VESSELS OF THE ROYAL NAVY,
WITH THEIR OFFICERS AND PRESENT STATIONS.
Note.— In consequence of the large number of alterations in the Navy List
it has not been possible to arrange Officers in order of seniority under
their ranks as usual.
The following are shown in separate lists : —
Hospital Ships
Mercantile Fleet Auxiliaries .
Auxiliary Small Craft ...
Vessels available for Subsidiary Services
Fleet Auxiliaries and Store Ships, also Small Steam Vessels, Tugs,
etc., employed on Harbour Service . „
Obsolete Vessels, and Vessels for Sale
Harbour Service, School Ships, etc. .„ ._
R.N.R. Merchant Cruisers
Coast Guard Cruisers .. „_. ... .„
PAGB
._ 1012
.„ 1012
... 1013
... 1097
... 1098
1105
1106
1108
1154
The Ships are arranged alphabetically. The numbering has no reference to the
number of Ships on the List of the Royal Navy, being used only to indicate
where Officers are serving.
The armament given excludes Field Guns, Machine Guns and Torpedoes.
The Tons represent the Displacement Tonnage.
g, denotes Single Screw. I F.D. denotes Forced Draught.
P # „ Paddle Wheel. (Po) „ Manning Port, Portsmouth.
I.H.P. „ Indicated Horse Power. \{Ch) „ ,, „ Chatham.
N.D. „ Natural Draught. (Dei) ,, „ „ Devonport.
All Officer* whose names are in italics are borne as supernumeraries or additional.
(G) against an officer's name denotes that he is borne for Gunnery duties.
(T) that he is borne for Torpedo duties.
(N) that he is borne for Navigating duties.
(S) that he is specially qualified in Signalling Duties and is performing such duties, and
(I) that he is paid as Interpreter.
In the casus where two dates are shewn against the name of a Marine Officer, the date in
brackets is that from which his present sea time commenced.
1 ABDIEL. (Oh.)
Captain... Hugh T. Prichard — Sept 19
(Asst. Captain (D).)
Lieutenant ValentineSearles-WoodlT Dec 19
Eng. Lieut.- Com. Percy D. Kulford 29 Jau 20
Sub. -Lieut John W. Boutwood ...17 June 19
Gunner (T)William S. Bird ...— Dec 19
lie-commissioned in Reserve at the Nore, 2nd
February, 1920.
Tender to 'Hecla.'
17
2 ABERGROMBIE. {Oh.)
Reduced to Ship keeping Party in the Humber,
6 June, 19)9."
2o ABERDARE. (Po.)
(Paid oj/' at Malta 26th November, 1B19).

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