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The Battle of Jutland Crew Lists Project

The Battle of Jutland was a naval encounter between the Royal Navy's Grand Fleet under Admiral Sir John Jellicoe and the Imperial German Navy's High Seas Fleet under Vice-Admiral Reinhard Scheer on 31st May to 1st June 1916.


A small group of volunteers are endeavouring to re-create the crew lists of all of those at the Battle of Jutland on the 151 Royal Navy ships.


An individual is only confirmed to have been at the battle when his service records or other sources are checked and it is identified that he was on a 'Jutland Ship' over the period 31st May to 1st June 1916.

Table of Contents
- Section Description
1 Official Despatches A transcription of the 'Official Despatches' of the Battle of Jutland
2 Edinburgh Gazette Transcriptions of The Edinburgh Gazette where there are references to the Battle of Jutland
3 London Gazette Transcriptions of The London Gazette where there are references to the Battle of Jutland
4 Register of Killed and Wounded Transcriptions of the documents held at The National Archives
(Battle of Jutland ships only)
ADM 104/146 Registers of killed and wounded 1915 May-1916 May (Vol 2)
ADM 104/147 Registers of killed and wounded 1916-1917 (Vol 3)
5 The Navy Lists The Navy Lists, by ship (Officers)
6 Battle of Jutland Crew Lists website The crew lists of the 151 Royal Navy ships at the Battle of Jutland on the project website
7 Battle of Jutland Crew Lists The crew lists of the 151 Royal Navy ships at the Battle of Jutland on this WiKi ('sortable')
8 Also Known As Aliases
9 Crew List (Photographs) The links are for the crew members of each of the 151
Royal Navy ships that have known photographs
Photos sources have been added, where known.
10 Navy Chaplains At The Battle of Jutland Chaplains served in each battleship, battle-cruiser and cruiser, and in five of the light cruisers,
in which they had squadronal duties.
HMS Warspite also had a Roman Catholic Chaplain.
In total there were fifty-one chaplains present at the battle.