Jeacock, William Joseph

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Photo source: Eddie Pimlott
Photo source: Eddie Pimlott

Born on 22nd June 1883 in Nottingham
Official number: 215341


Ship Rating From To Comments
Northampton [1] Boy 2nd Class 08/06/1901 16/09/1901
Northampton [2] Boy 1st Class 17/09/1901 24/09/1901
Cleopatra [3] Boy 1st Class 25/09/1901 17/12/1901
Cleopatra [4] Ordinary Seaman 18/12/1901 20/12/1901
Duke of Wellington Ordinary Seaman 21/12/1901 08/01/1902
Majestic [5] Ordinary Seaman 09/01/1902 09/01/1904
Firequeen [6] Ordinary Seaman 10/01/1904 20/01/1904
Firequeen [7] Able Seaman 21/01/1904 27/02/1914
Excellent [8] Able Seaman 28/02/1904 05/06/1904 Cells 4 days
Excellent [9] Able Seaman 10/06/1904 12/11/1904
Firequeen I[10] Able Seaman 13/11/1904 21/02/1905
Assistance Able Seaman 22/02/1905 01/11/1905
Firequeen I[11] Able Seaman 02/11/1905 08/03/1905
Egmont Able Seaman 09/03/1905 30/09/1907
Sappho [12] Able Seaman 01/10/1907 13/10/1907
Victory I [13] Able Seaman 14/10/1907 07/12/1907
Excellent [14]
Victory I [15]
Bellerophon
Victory I [16]
Royal Arthur
Edgar
Royal Arthur
Jupiter
Venerable
Victory I [17]
Excellent [18]
Excellent [19]
Hecla (Owl) It was the ship in ( )
that he was on
Victory I [20]
Excellent [21]
Superb
Superb
Victory I [22]
? Difficult to read the
name of the ship
Victory
Malaya
Victory I [23] 01/04/1919 23/05/1919 Invalided
(Chronic O?)

Notes

  1. Boys' Training Ship see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Northampton_(1876)
  2. Boys' Training Ship see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Northampton_(1876)
  3. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Cleopatra_(1878)
  4. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Cleopatra_(1878)
  5. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Majestic_(1895)
  6. HMS Fire Queen - Shore base at Portsmouth
  7. HMS Fire Queen - Shore base at Portsmouth
  8. For a century and a half HMS Excellent in Portsmouth Harbour was synonymous as the home of Royal Navy gunnery
  9. For a century and a half HMS Excellent in Portsmouth Harbour was synonymous as the home of Royal Navy gunnery
  10. HMS Fire Queen - Shore base at Portsmouth
  11. HMS Fire Queen - Shore base at Portsmouth
  12. HMS Sappho was an Apollo-class cruiser, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Sappho_(1891)
  13. HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth
  14. For a century and a half HMS Excellent in Portsmouth Harbour was synonymouse as the home of Royal Navy gunnery
  15. HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth
  16. HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth
  17. HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth
  18. For a century and a half HMS Excellent in Portsmouth Harbour was synonymous as the home of Royal Navy gunnery
  19. For a century and a half HMS Excellent in Portsmouth Harbour was synonymous as the home of Royal Navy gunnery
  20. HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth
  21. For a century and a half HMS Excellent in Portsmouth Harbour was synonymous as the home of Royal Navy gunnery
  22. HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth
  23. HMS Victory I was the accounting and holding Barracks for the Fleet sailing out of Portsmouth