Brend, Albert Henry

Able Seaman J22156

Birth 10 October 1895, Kilburn, London

Timeline after the Battle of Jutland

From To Narrative Source of information
15 July 1916 Still on the books of HMS Queen Mary Service Record
16 July 1916 5 September 1916 HMS Excellent - Able Seaman Service Record
6 September 1916 30 April 1917 HMS King George V - Able Seaman Service Record
1 May 1917 24 July 1917 HMS Victory I - Able Seaman Service Record
25 July 1917 8 September 1921 HMS Queen Elizabeth - Able Seaman Service Record
27 March 1920 Passed professionally for Leading Seaman Service Record
21 October 1921 30 June 1922 . Service Record
1 July 1922 30 September 1922 . Service Record
1 October 1922 30 June 1923 . Service Record
1 July 1923 10 October 1923 . Service Record
11 October 1923 2 April 1924 HMS Victory I - Able Seaman - Shore Invalided M.C.O. Service Record
5 March 1924 HMS Haslar Invalided Service Record


To HMS Queen Mary Survivors list


Extract from 'Register of Killed and Wounded'
ADM 104-146
Details from printed page Hand written entry
Page 248
Ship Queen Mary
NAME Brend A H
Age 20
Quality AB
Date of
Injury
May 31
Date of
Death
Place or
Station
North Sea
Where
Died
Injury Burns C. arm & foot
No. of
Record
1733
Result of Injury Slightly wounded
How disposed of Chatham Hosp 4/6
Remarks Action against German Fleet
Killed
Died of
Wounds
Wounded /
ON J22156