Ajax Modal Box Content
B879 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. Hildebrand.
G1064 H.M.S. Tiger crew, named with Battle of Dogger Bank casualties, 1915
G1062 Unnamed naval group.
F445 Unnamed sailor, wife and daughter, Milo Studio, East Ham.
G1061 Crew, H.M.S. Jackal, Heligoland, February 1915.
G1060 Naval ‘wedding’, H.M.S. Nugent.
G1059 H.M.S. Greenwich crew.
G1058 H.M.S. Greenwich crew.
B876 Unknown sergeant, H.M.S. Edinburgh.
G1057 Unnamed pals, H.M.S. Gabriel.
F432 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. London, and daughter, Kidd Baker Studio, Cambridge.
A1039 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. Ramillies, Royal Navy.
G1045 Crew of H.M.S. Black Prince.
F429 Unnamed family group.
B860 Unnamed lady in Royal Navy uniform.
U277 Royal Naval Gunnery School, Shottery, H.R. Tunn Studio, Ipswich.
G1041 Crew of R.M.S., later H.M.S Ophir.
A1031 Unnamed sailor, Howe Studio, Chatham.
B852 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. Hilderbrand, Piper’s Studios, Stonehouse, Plymouth
B851 Unnamed sailor,17 November 1917, Charles Howell Studio, Chatham and Blackpool.
G1037 Sailor mates, H.M.S. Hecla.
A1018 Unnamed sailor, H.M.S. Vanguard. Courtesy of HMS Vanguard.
A1018 Charles Wright Hodson, Royal Navy. Courtesy of Tom Hodson.
U269 H.M.S. Ganges. Courtesy of Tony Brown.
G1015 H.M.S. Hercules crew. Courtesy of Martin Rush.
A1016 Unknown sailor, H.M.S. Vanguard. Courtesy of Vanguard 1917.
A1004 Ernie, Royal Navy.
U266 Unnamed group, Royal Navy.
G986 Able Seaman John Stratton of Menstrie and pal.
F405 Unnamed seaman, H.M.S. Royal Oak, soldier, Cameronians, and gentleman, Morrison’s Studio, Edinburgh.
F396 Unnamed seaman and lady.
F394 John William Lewis, R.N., Chief Stoker aboard H.M.S. Strongbow when the ship was destroyed by two German cruisers on 17th October 1917. Remembered at the Chatham Naval Memorial. Courtesy of Poppy Tonbridge.
G959 Naval group, with William Johnson (standing far right).
G948 Able Seaman Elick Payne (left) of Chipping Campden. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
A932 Unnamed leading stoker, Royal Navy.
F374 Unnamed seaman and wife, Portsmouth.
B791 Unnamed seaman, Royal Navy.
B780 Leading Stoker Joseph Tideswell, Royal Navy. Courtesy of Martyn Hordern.
B768 Stoker George Harris Smith, H.M.S. Hogue, died 22 September 1914, aged 23. Courtesy of Martyn Hordern.
B764 Richard Enoch Wood, Royal Navy. Courtesy of Martyn Hordern.