Crew Details

CHARLES HENRY BISHOP (1880-1914)
187061, Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy
HMS Good Hope


The son of Walter James Bishop, and husband of Mary Ellen Bishop, of 63 Toronto Road, Buckland, Portsmouth. His son William Phillip was born December 25, 1914. According to his attestation papers, he was five feet five inches tall, with a fresh complexion, brown hair and had hazel eyes. Before enlisting he was employed as a labourer.

Joined the Royal Navy on October 11, 1898.


RECORD OF SERVICE
RATINGS
11 Jan 1896
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Boy, 2nd Class
15 Oct 1896
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Boy, 1st Class
11 Oct 1898
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Ordinary Seaman
24 Dec 1899
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Able Seaman
13 May 1905
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Stoker, 2nd Class
01 Jul 1906
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Stoker, 1st Class
11 Oct 1910
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Joined Reserved

SERVED ON
24 Dec 1896
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08 Jun 1987 HMS St Vincent
09 Jun 1897
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12 Oct 1897 HMS Inflexible
13 Oct 1897
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18 Oct 1897 HMS Trafalgar
19 Oct 1897
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23 Apr 1898 HMS Active
24 Apr 1898
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31 May 1898 HMS Rayleigh
01 Jun 1898
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06 Jun 1898 HMS Trafalgar
07 Jun 1898
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28 Arl 1900 HMS Hood
29 Apr 1900
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01 Sep 1900 HMS Duke of Wellington
02 Sep 1900
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06 Oct 1900 HMS Excellent
07 Oct 1900
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12 Nov 1903 HMS Revenge
21 Nov 1903
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02 Dec 1903 HMS Firequeen I
03 Dec 1903
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05 Jan 1905 HMS Furious
06 Jan 1905
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12 May 1905 HMS Juno
13 May 1905
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09 Jul 1906 HMS Implacable
10 Jul 1906
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30 Oct 1906 HMS Victory II
31 Oct 1906
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12 Mar 1909 HMS Dryad
13 Mar 1909
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08 Oct 1910 HMS Invincible
09 Oct 1910
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10 Oct 1910 HMS Victory II
13 Jul 1914
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24 Jul 1914 HMS Good Hope
25 Jul 1914
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30 Jul 1914 HMS Victory II
31 Jul 1914
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01 Nov 1914 HMS Good Hope

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