3 edition of An address to the seamen in the British Navy found in the catalog.
An address to the seamen in the British Navy
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British Seaman’s Card No. Discharge Book No. MAN R 01/13 Application for a Discharge Book and/or a British Seaman’s Card under the Merchant Shipping (Seaman’s Documents) Regulations as they have effect in the Isle of Man With every application you should Part A - Yourself (In Block Capitals) Send a. Bureau of Naval Personnel: Seaman: RATE TRAINING MANUAL, Navpers [U.S Navy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bureau of Naval Personnel: Seaman: RATE TRAINING MANUAL, Navpers /5(3).
The Navy Official List books, available from , give ports of call for ships during each year. Some of these lists are available in the Family History Library. Seamen often moved between the navy and the merchant marines. Until enlistment was informal and lasted for . Impressment of American seamen [by British Navy?] Summary British officer looking over group of American seamen on deck of ship. ca. Created / Published The pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania, or, Its scenery, internal improvements, resources, and agriculture, populary described.
Admiralty: Royal Navy Registers of Seaman's Services Description: This series contains Royal Navy Registers of Seaman's Services, arranged numerically giving date of birth, ship or shore establishment and an account of service. The covering dates relate to the dates of opening the registers. In Letters of Seamen in the Wars with France , Helen Watt and Anne Hawkins make a significant contribution to this effort by compiling and contextualizing letters sent to and from men under the rank of commissioned officer in the Royal Navy and Marines from , which remained until now mostly unpublished. These personal letters – significantly addressed to family and .
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The Fifth Register of Seamen, also referred to as the Central Register of Seamen. The register consists of docket books and seamen’s pouches. The docket books normally include the following information: full name of individual place and date of birth discharge book (Dis.A.) number seaman's nationality or.
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The book covers the British navy beginning with the privateers of the Elizabethan age that preyed upon ships of the "Spanish Main" and helped turn back the Armada. The author covers the history of English fleets against Spain, Holland, the many wars with France from Louis XIV to Napoleon as well as the Germans in two world by: R = British seamen; S = Various (mainly British) SA = South Africa; SE = Western Isles and Northern Ireland; SEY = Seychelles; SI = Singapore; SL = Sierra Leone; St L = St.
Lucia; T & T = Trinidad and Tobago; Z or Zan = Zanzibar; The file reference of COMNO stands for Combined Office Merchant Navy Operations. In some cases, there are two pouches relating to the same seaman. posts on every subject imaginable contributed by 's of members worldwide.
photos and videos mainly relating to the British Merchant Navy. Members experienced in research to help you find out about friends and relatives who served. The camaraderie of 's of ex Merchant Seamen who use the site for recreation & nostalgia. The black hole in the records: Between and the First World War the Merchant Navy did not keep registers of its seamen.
This means that for these years the only record you are likely to find of an individual merchant seaman is his appearance in agreements and crew lists, for which you usually need to know the names of the ships he served on. Seaman Service Book (SSB) is a continuous record of a seaman’s service issued in Pakistan.
This document certifies that the person holding is a seaman as per the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers (STCW),as amended from time to time.
Seaman Book is one of the compulsory document for applying crew transit visas. fee for a UK Discharge Book orBritish Seaman’s Card obtainedeither by Premium Service or Personal Application is £, but if both documents are obtained at the File Size: KB.
Apply by post. It costs £55 to apply for a British seaman’s card and £55 to apply for a discharge book. You can also apply through the hour premium service.
This costs £ to apply for a British seaman’s card and £ to apply for a discharge book, or £ for both. Seaman’s Book is the common name for a Discharge Book.
They can be issued by the yacht’s flag authority for the purpose of proving onboard yacht service. The British Seamen's Discharge Book, (not to be confused with the now almost now obsolete Seamen's Card) is the official MCA and Red Ensign Group log book, for which any British citizen.
The Royal Navy (RN) is the United Kingdom's naval warfare gh warships were used by the English kings from the early medieval period, the first major maritime engagements were fought in the Hundred Years' War against the Kingdom of modern Royal Navy traces its origins to the early 16th century; the oldest of the UK's armed services, it is known as the Senior r: FB Lightning II.
The Fifth Register of Seaman’s Service to Records of individual Merchant Seamen's sea service details are held in alphabetical surname order. These details include the following information: Name of seaman, Date and place of birth, Discharge (Seaman’s) book number, Rank, Details of the ships on which he served.
These include. British officers and ratings (noncommissioned seamen) in the Royal Navy were awarded pensions after 20 years’ service. You’ll find records of that service in this. Original and photocopy of documents for verification: Previously issued Seaman’s Book with photocopy of biopage and service entries.
Sea Service Certificate. COC and COE from MARINA or MARINA ID for licensed officers. Marriage Contract (for sea woman applying for change of name) Valid NBI Clearance. RECORDS OF BRITISH SEAMEN AND SHIPS Registry of Shipping and Seamen (RSS) has issued (dated June ) a revised information sheet on historical records of seamen.
As it is not available on-line, here is a summary: MERCHANT NAVY SEAMAN'S SEA SERVICE RECORDS. Available for RSS for a fee, derived from ships' log books. Books shelved as british-navy: Master and Commander by Patrick O'Brian, H.M.S.
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The Merchant Navy Seamen records include index cards that the Registrar General of Shipping and Seaman used between the two world wars to produce a centralised index to merchant seamen serving on British merchant navy vessels.
The Board of Trade issued these cards and they fall into three types: CR1, CR2 and CR There are two or more cards for some individuals. Seaman is the 3rd rank in the United States Navy, ranking above Seaman Apprentice and directly below Petty Officer Third Class.
A seaman is a Junior Enlisted at DoD paygrade E-3, with a starting monthly pay of $2, (FHL book /L1 A3hc.) Apprentices Indentured in Merchant Navy, This approximatelyname database at provides names, ages, ports sailed to, and sea captains' names, and the dates of sailing, and is a significant finding tool for those who served aboard ships of Great Britain's maritime navy.
List of the principal records of British shipping and seamen, showing their present locations. The British mercantile marine has been regulated by the state from an early date. Sincethe General Register and Record Office of Shipping and Seamen has maintained the registration of seafarers and of vessels.* Merchant Navy Seamen records of index cards that the Registrar General of Shipping and Seaman used between the two world wars to produce a centralised index to merchant seamen serving on British merchant navy vessels.
There arerecords available to search between these dates. ×.Merchant seamen crewed the ships of the British Merchant Navy which kept the United Kingdom supplied with raw materials, arms, ammunition, fuel, food and all of the necessities of a nation at war throughout World War II - literally enabling the country to defend itself.
In doing this, they sustained a considerably greater casualty rate than almost every other branch of the armed services and Branch: Merchant Navy.