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The transcript below shows Arthur James Elliott, aged 18, a stoker in the Royal Navy on HMS Pembroke in Chatham, Kent.

No Name Rel to Cond Age Profession Where Born
Head M F
1 Walter Sloley S 21 Stoker R N
2 Bertie Hedge S 21 Stoker R N
3 Albert Hawks S 18 Stoker R N Kent Hythe
4 S 19 Stoker R N
5 John Cooper S 18 Stoker R N
6 William Drew S 19 Stoker R N
7 Fred King S 18 Stoker R N
8 Bert Wilson S 18 Stoker R N
9 David Price S 18 Stoker R N
10 Joseph Smith S 20 Stoker R N
11 Harvey Clark S 19 Stoker R N
12 Wiliam Philip S 19 Stoker R N
13 S 18 Stoker R N
14 Ellis Oliver S 20 Stoker R N
15 S 18 Stoker R N
16 S 19 Stoker R N Kent Carlton
17 S 18 Stoker R N
18 S 20 Stoker R N
19 Arthur Elliott S 18 Stoker R N Mdx Poplar
20 Albert Ayres S 20 Stoker R N
21 William Terry S 18 Stoker R N
22 S 27 Petty Officer Edinburgh
23 William Boath M 36 Petty Officer
24 William Marr S 33 Petty Officer
25 S 30 Petty Officer
26 Arthur Dore S 35 Petty Officer
27 Sydney Austin S 29 Petty Officer
28 M 28 Petty Officer
29 S 19 Petty Officer
30 David Fowler S 18 Stoker R N

Notes:

  1.  'Rel To Head' stands for 'Relation to Head of Family'
  2.  'Cond' stands for 'Condition as to Marriage'
  3.  'Abd' stands for 'Aberdeen'
  4.  'Brks' stands for 'Berkshire'
  5.  'Bcks' stands for 'Buckinghamshire'
  6.  'Cmbs' stands for 'Cambridgeshire'
  7.  'Co Am' stands for 'County Antrim'
  8.  'Frfr' stands for 'Forfar'
  9.  'Kt' stands for 'Kent'
  10.  'Lnd' stands for 'London'
  11.  'Mdx' stands for 'Middlesex'
  12.  'Mom' stands for 'Monmouthshire'
  13.  'Nfk' stands for 'Norfolk'
  14.  'Oxon' stands for 'Oxfordshire'
  15.  'Sfk' stands for 'Suffolk'
  16.  'Pddngtn' stands for 'Paddington'
  17.  'N Crwly' stands for 'North Crawley'
  18.  'Hptn Wk' stands for 'Hampton Wick
  19.  'Cbrdge' stands for 'Cambridge'
  20.  'Mrylbe' stands for 'Marylebone'
  21.  'Brmndsy' stands for 'Bermondsey'
  22.  'Blfast' stands for 'Belfast'
  23.  'Bllyclr' stands for 'Ballyclair'
  24.  'Homertn' stands for 'Homerton'
  25.  'Nw York' stands for 'New York'
  26.  'Eynshm' stands for 'Eynsham'
  27.  'Mnghn' stands for 'Monaghan'
  28.  'Petershd' stands for 'Petershead'
  29.  'Readng' stands for 'Reading'
  30.  'St Pncrs' stands for 'St Pancras'
  31.  'Stmfrd Hll' stands for 'Stanford Hill'
  32.  'Cmbrwll' stands for 'Camberwell'
  33.  'Syd' stands for 'Sydney'
  34.  'Jas' stands for 'James'
  35.  'Geo' stands for 'George'
  36.  'Rich' stands for 'Richard'
  37.  'Wm' stands for 'Wiliam'
  38.  'Cecl' stands for 'Cecil'
  39.  'Chas' stands for 'Charles'
  1.  'Rel To Head' stands for 'Relation to Head of Family'
  2.  'Cond' stands for 'Condition as to Marriage'
  3.  'Abd' stands for 'Aberdeen'
  4.  'Berks' stands for 'Berkshire'
  5.  'Bucks' stands for 'Buckinghamshire'
  6.  'Cambs' stands for 'Cambridgeshire'
  7.  'Lnd' stands for 'London'
  8.  'Mdx' stands for 'Middlesex'
  9.  'Monm' stands for 'Monmouthshire'
  10.  'N Crawley' stands for 'North Crawley'
  11.  'Oxon' stands for 'Oxfordshire'
  1.  'Rel To Head' stands for 'Relation to Head of Family'
  2.  'Cond' stands for 'Condition as to Marriage'
  3.  'Abd' stands for 'Aberdeen'
  4.  'Berks' stands for 'Berkshire'
  5.  'Bucks' stands for 'Buckinghamshire'
  6.  'Cambs' stands for 'Cambridgeshire'
  7.  'Lnd' stands for 'London'
  8.  'Mdx' stands for 'Middlesex'
  9.  'Monm' stands for 'Monmouthshire'
  10.  'Oxon' stands for 'Oxfordshire'
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