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HMS Antrim - World Naval Ships Directory

HMS Antrim

Name : HMS Antrim
Laid Down :
Launched : 8th October 1903
Completed : 22nd March 1904
Type : Cruiser
Class : Devonshire
Builder : John Brown
Country : UK
Sequence : This is the 1st ship with this name.
Pennants :
Fate : Sold for scrap 19th December 1922

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Known Crew Details :

Name

Start of Service

End of Service

Known Date

William A Carlise

18th December 1907

Thomas G Carter

18th December 1907

Charles Challinor

18th December 1907

Richard Collingwood

18th December 1907

William A Cooke-Hurle

18th December 1907

John L Couzins

18th December 1907

Frederick J Evans

18th December 1907

William C Fakenham

18th December 1907

Francis H Griffiths

18th December 1907

William H Hastings

18th December 1907

Albert J Hellyer

18th December 1907

Ernest Henslowe

18th December 1907

Percy C A Hillier

18th December 1907

Edward A Hird

18th December 1907

Timothy J Kennedy

18th December 1907

Francis J O Lamb

18th December 1907

George S D Lord

18th December 1907

George F Organ

18th December 1907

William R Phillimore

18th December 1907

John S Place

18th December 1907

Herbert G Ram

18th December 1907

Sidney T Reid

18th December 1907

Charles W Round-Turner

18th December 1907

James S C Salmond

18th December 1907

Hon Lord George Seymour

18th December 1907

Charles E Smith

18th December 1907

Rev Lister G E Sunderland

18th December 1907

George W Taylor

18th December 1907

Robert M Timbrell

18th December 1907

Herbert C W Turner

18th December 1907

Ernest J E Webster

18th December 1907

Archer Roberts West

18th December 1907

Timeline Entries :


August 1902 - Laid down at John Brown & Company in Glasgow
August 1903 - 1st Cruiser Squadron, Channel Fleet.
August 1903 - Launched by John Brown & Company
8th August 1903 - Launched
June 1905 - Completed
3rd June 1905 - Commissioned in reserve while on the stocks
July 1905 - Joined the 1st Cruiser Squadron in the Channel Fleet
June 1906 - Channel Fleet. 1st Cruiser Squadron
June 1906 - Captain Edward F. Inglefield in Command
August 1906 - First Cruiser Squadron, Channel Fleet
31st August 1906 - Captain W.C. Pakenham in Command
March 1907 - 2nd Cruiser Squadron
March 1907 - Joined the 2nd Cruiser Squadron
March 1907 - First Cruiser Squadron, Channel Fleet
December 1907 - Atlantic Fleet
7th December 1907 - Captain William C. Fakenham in Command
September 1908 - Joined the Atlantic Fleet
September 1908 - 2nd Cruiser Squadron, Atlantic Fleet
April 1909 - Joined the Home Fleet in the 3rd Division at Nore
April 1909 - 3rd Division, Home Fleet at The Nore
April 1909 - 2nd Cruiser Squadron, Atlantic Fleet
14th November 1909 - Sailed Cherbourg escorting the King of Portugal
27th July 1910 - Arrived back at Torquay after Naval Review
27th July 1910 - Sailed Torquay for Naval Review
23rd June 1911 - At Spithead for Fleet Review
17th August 1911 - Arrived Liverpool
3rd February 1912 - At Spithead for the arrival of the King and Queen
July 1912 - Flagship of Rear Admiral W.C. Pakenham. 3rd Cruiser Squadron
9th July 1912 - Spithead Review
December 1912 - Flagship to Rear-Admiral, 3rd Cruiser Squadron.
17th December 1912 - Capt. Frederick Shirley Litchfield in Command
August 1914 - Joined The Grand Fleet
August 1914 - Captured a German merchant ship
August 1914 - The Grand Fleet
August 1914 - Captured German merchant ship.
8th August 1914 - 3rd Cruiser Squadron
9th October 1914 - Survived a u-boat attack
9th October 1914 - Survived U-boat attack
16th December 1914 - Participated in the Scarborough Raid
June 1916 - Sent to Archangel before being sent to the American and West Indies Station
June 1916 - Archangel.
July 1916 - Transferred to N.A.W.I.
December 1917 - Returned from the West Indies Station
April 1919 - Reserve at the Nore.
4th April 1919 - Arrived Chatham
December 1919 - In reserve at the Nore
March 1920 - Refitted as a wireless, Asdic trials ship;
March 1920 - Re-Commissioned March 1920.
March 1920 - Recommissioned as a wireless and Asdic trials ship
3rd March 1920 - Capt. J.D. Allen in Command
3rd March 1920 - Commissioned at Chatham
15th June 1920 - Sailed Portsmouth for Falmouth
16th June 1920 - Arrived Falmouth
March 1922 - Cadet Training Ship.
December 1922 - Sold to Hughes Bolckow for breaking
December 1922 - Cadet Training Ship
19th December 1922 - Sold to to Hughes Bolckow
March 1923 - Arrived at Blyth for breaking up

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Last edited : 18:05, February 20, 2011
By : jbryce1437


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