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1881 census for the Royal Navy at sea or in ports abroad

1881 census for the Royal Navy at sea or in ports abroad

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Published by Cleveland, North Yorkshire and South Durham Family History Society in U.K .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- Royal Navy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranscribed by Alex Sampson.
    ContributionsSampson, Alex., Cleveland, North Yorkshire and South Durham Family History Society.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20515670M

    It gives details of over , Royal Navy and Merchant Seamen records which are searchable by name, rank, age and ship. The full crew list can be displayed for any of the ships. Covering the years , these include lists and agreements for those involved in merchant shipping and ship crews for those at home ports, sea and abroad.   Re: Census on Ships «Reply #3 on: Thursday 11 September 08 BST (UK)» In Ship's schedules were to be left on board all vessels, whether British, foreign of colonial, which were in port on 30 March, or which arrived up until 5 April, census day.

    I did find one Bryan O'Connor in the Irish sensus in Queenstown (Cobh) and his occupation is listed as Pensioner Navy. We were always told that Bryan O'Connor was lost and died at sea some time between and but we don't know where we could find records of that. The rating type in square brackets is according to Royal Navy definitions (see link to National Archives, Kew, below). b. 31 October Overton, Hampshire no. [Seaman and/or Communications Rating] (ref:ADM/) Royal Navy at Sea and in Ports Abroad. Charles TILBURY A.B. - [where?] George TILBURY b. [c.

    Royal Navy & Marine Customs and Traditions. To portray an accurate persona, it is necessary in all respects to conform to the established customs and practices of His Majesty's Service at customs and practices referred to were the naval equivalent of the unwritten common law of Great Britain; and your persona is legally bound to conform to the law of the land, of which a large part is. England Census Name: George S Rowe Age: 21 Estimated Birth Year: abt Relation to Head: Crew Gender: Male Birth Place: Alverstoke, Hampshire, England Civil parish: Vessels Town: Malta County/Island: Royal Navy Country: England Registration district: Royal Navy at Sea and in Ports Abroad Sub-registration district: RN Ships.


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1881 census for the Royal Navy at sea or in ports abroad Download PDF EPUB FB2

Enumerators' schedules of returns made by heads of households for the census, which include the names, age, sex, occupation and parish and county of birth of individual members of the population of England, Wales and the Channel Islands; included in this series are returns from ships of the Royal Navy at sea and in ports abroad.

The census of requires special mention. The returns were filed as above, but in addition there is a separate index of all names in the census which includes all named mariners, along with an index of vessel names available on microfiche.

The Royal Navy was separately enumerated and are similarly indexed but on separate fiche. This collection contains over 4 Million records for those living in Scotland on Sunday 31 March These records are comprised of Enumeration forms that were distributed to all households before the census night and the complete forms were collected the next day by the enumerators.

Included in this series are returns from ships of the Royal Navy at sea and in ports abroad. Geographical scope. The census covered England, Wales, Scotland, the Channel Islands, and ships of the Royal Navy at sea and in ports abroad.

The Census of Ireland, was carried out on the same day but the records are held separately by the National Archives of Ireland. Questions. The census was the first to ask about nationality, the duration of current marriage, number of children. England and Wales Census - Counties. England and Wales Census - Counties.

Records searchable by surname or location. Royal Navy At Sea And In Ports Abroad. Rutland. Shropshire. Somerset. Staffordshire. Suffolk. Surrey. Sussex. Warwickshire. Westmorland. Wiltshire. Worcestershire. Details of RG 12; Reference: RG 12 Title: General Register Office: Census Returns Description: Enumerators' schedules of returns made by heads of households, which include the names, age, sex, occupation and parish and county of birth of individual members of the population of England, Wales and the Channel Islands; included in this series are returns from ships of the Royal Navy at sea.

The Census contains details of many ships in UK ports. These records are useful for tracing seamen and passengers coming into or going out of the country.

For those who do not have easy access to the census the following pages give the details of the people concerned. A new section of the site is now in progress.

Census for England & Wales: First & Middle Name(s) Last Name. Gender. Birth Year +/- Birth Location. Lived In. Location. County Show advanced search features. Royal Navy ships at Sea and in Ports Abroad in the Census.

A CD for sale from S&N Genealogy. Census entries giving details on crew name, profession or occupation, condition (married or single), age and place of birth. Census Records; Royal Navy ships at Sea and in Ports Abroad in the Census; Royal Navy ships at Sea and in Ports Abroad in the Census £ Add to Basket Buy Now.

£ Save £ (%) Download £ Download £ Add to Basket. NZ Bound Index Search Hints Lists Ports. UK - NZ Resources. Voyages and losses, check Lloyd's List Description of a vessel, check Lloyd's Register of Shipping Mariners website Ships in UK Ports Census.

Lloyd's Register - Register of Ships. Today Lloyd's Register undertakes shipbuilding research, issues shipbuilding rules, and surveys ships under construction and in service to ensure that. Buy Royal Navy Ships at Sea and in Ports Abroad in the Census by (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : CD-ROM. Military: * Possibly joined Royal Navy at age Married. Died Sources UK Census Liverpool, Lancashire, England (age 6) UK Census Wavertree, Lancashire, England (age 16) * UK Census Royal Navy at Sea and in ports abroad ( single, rank: private) Nicholas Kinsella Born about Liverpool, Lancashire, England.

Media: DATA CD - 1 CD Year: ISBN: Publisher: Archive CD Books GB Now produced on CD-ROM for the first time is the ' Census of the Royal Navy at Sea and Ports Abroad'. So for all of you who are 'missing' an ancestor from the census, who was in the navy there's a possibility that they may be listed here.

Royal Navy at Sea &in Ports Abroad: Wanliss: Thomas: Gatehead DUR: Engine Room Artificer: Male ___ Royal Navy at Sea & in Ports Abroad: GenFair (Royal Navy at Sea & Ports Abroad, census returns.

Census entries giving details on crew Name, Rank, Condition married or single, Age and Place of Birth both at sea and in domestic and foreign ports) S & N Genealogy Supplies (Royal Navy Ships at Sea and in Ports Abroad in the Census and census).

General Register Office indexes of births, marriages and deaths at sea and abroad, – Search the indexes of overseas and armed forces birth, marriage and death records registered with the General Register Office at (£).

The armed forces records begin in and include records from military units posted overseas. England, Wales & Scotland Census Collections from Great Britain, UK None Country Ships and Overseas Establishments Record set England, Wales & Scotland Census County Royal Navy At Sea and in Ports Abroad Year Birth Year Age 37 Registration District Royal Navy At Sea and in Ports Abroad Vessel Name Insolent.

Therefore, if your ancestor was on home trade ships you could find them on a number of agreements, but those on foreign trade ships may have gaps in years. They do not cover the Royal Navy or provide details of passengers. These lists may be particularly useful in identifying the whereabouts of men missing on the censuses or between census years.

The census covered England, Wales, Scotland, the Channel Islands, and ships of the Royal Navy at sea and in ports abroad. [3] The Census of Ireland, was carried out on the same day but the records are held separately by the National Archives of Ireland. Your ancestor was on board ship insearch the Surname Index to the Census of the Royal Navy (Family History Library fiche ).

The name of an officer serving with your ancestor, search the Navy List to determine the ship on which that officer served. Naval Officers.England, Wales & Scotland Census Collections from Great Britain, UK None Country Ships and Overseas Establishments Record set England, Wales & Scotland Census County Royal Navy At Sea and in Ports Abroad Year Birth Year Age 48 Registration District Royal Navy At Sea and in Ports Abroad Vessel Name Mary Mitcheson.Chapter 21 reviews the records of the Royal Navy and the merchant navy.

Ancestors who served in the armed forces may be difficult to find in the sources already described. A military ancestor may rarely appear at home in census returns.

His marriage (and his children’s births) could have taken place anywhere in Britain (or its empire).