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.
Vehicle From 7/5/1765
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Hurlingham Yacht Club
1922 is the year that the Club took on its current name, though we don't know...
Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.
John Galliford Webber
Born near Barnstaple, Devon. From the picture source website: "7 years 2nd Life Guards, London. Licencee Hare & Hounds South Molton & then ran Clockmaker & Gunsmith shop in East St. ( ...
Robert John Baggott
Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1. Robert John Baggott was born on 10 April 1873, the second of the four children of Robert Henry Lancaster Ba...
Freemason. Following a naval career, he was appointed a Provincial Grand Master. He instituted a national body for Templar masonry, which was made possible by an annuity obtained from King George I...
Lance Corporal Frederick Joshua Bright
Frederick Joshua Bright was born on 20 November 1892 in Haggerston, London, one of the nine children of Edward Charles Bright (1860-1936) and Alice Sarah Bright née Slater (1861-1948). He was bapt...