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HMS Victory

Categories: Armed Forces

HMS Victory was built in the Old Single Dock in Chatham's Royal Dockyard. From her website "she would gain renown leading fleets in the American War of Independence, the French Revolutionary War and the Napoleonic War. In 1805 she achieved lasting fame as the flagship of Vice-Admiral Nelson in Britain's greatest naval victory, the defeat of the French and Spanish at the Battle of Trafalgar. ... In 1922 she was saved for the nation and placed permanently into dry dock where she remains today." In Portsmouth.

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HMS Victory

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Hurlingham Yacht Club

1922 is the year that the Club took on its current name, though we don't know...

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E. J. Stanley

E. J. Stanley

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War served, WW1
1 memorial
Job Drain

Job Drain

Soldier. Born Job Henry Charles Drain in Barking, Essex. In WW1 he was a driver in the 37th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. On 26 August 1914 at Le Cateau, France, he and another driver saved two B...

Person, Armed Forces, France

3 memorials
F. R. Thorpe

F. R. Thorpe

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War served, WW1
1 memorial
J. A. Keen
War dead, WW2
1 memorial
Pilot Officer Grant Eugene Eichar

Pilot Officer Grant Eugene Eichar

Pilot Officer Grant Eugene Eichar was born on 20 April 1915 in Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA, the son of Frank Eugene Eichar (1892-1983) and Lucy May Eichar née Grant (1892-1986). His si...

Person, Armed Forces, USA

War dead, WW2
1 memorial