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SEAMEN'S RECORDS FOR IPPLEPEN MEN

 

The service records of Royal Navy seamen for the period from 1873 to 1923 can be found on-line at the address below:

www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline

 

Copies of individual records, giving information, which ranges from names of ships to the man's conduct and personal appearance, can be purchased on-line for a small fee and are full of interest to the family historian.

 

SURNAME OTHER NAME(S)  BIRTH DATE
ADAMS William Smith 5 April 1858
AGER Nicholas 31 July 1839
BACON Arthur 20 January 1859
BACON George 1854
BOND Thomas 1 January 1866
BOVEY Arthur 5 October 1834
BOVEY Henry 19 February 1855
BRADFORD Henry George 5 September 1880
CORNISH George 21 June 1857
DART Alfred 13 April 1875
EVELEIGH Edward 25 August 1880
FLETCHER George 19 April 1879
FOWDEN Frederick Thomas 5 January 1870
FOWDEN George 5 December 1865
FOWDEN James Harris 10 April 1868
FOWDON John William 1 January 1859
HODGE John 9 October 1839
HOLMES Samuel 10 October 1851
HOLWILL Frank Edwin 24 November 1866
HOLWILL Josiah 25 June 1863
HONEY Samuel Charles 15 July 1863
HONEYWILL Frank 16 December 1865
HONEYWILL Henry 17 August 1855
LANE Charles William 18 July 1882
LANGLER Frederick Gregson 19 July 1898
LEE William George 24 June 1880
LUXTON Arthur Harry 19 October 1879
LUXTON William 22 Jul 1876
MARTIN Walter Edward 24 June 1880
MOORE George Arthur Hopkins 19 November 1880
NORTHMORE Walter 1833
PARKER Thomas 29 December 1855
PHILPOTTS George 10 January 1869
SETTERS Andrew William 9 April 1874
*TOZER William 24 January 1880
*TOZER William 24 January 1880
TRISH John Robert 4 June 1877
WEBBER William H 21 May 1851
WILLS John 17 January 1866
WILLS Samuel 12 September 1863
WILLS William J 13 February 1855
WINGEATT William 13 January 1839
WINSOR William James 1851

 

*A man's  name can appear twice, as in this instance, where there has been a break in service and he has re-enlisted.

 

 
 
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