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Government dockyard workers in Portsmouth 1793-1815.

David Wilson

Government dockyard workers in Portsmouth 1793-1815.

by David Wilson

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Published by (s.n.) in (s.l.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (D.Phil) - University of Warwick Centre for the Study of Social History.

The Physical Object
Pagination2 vols on 8 microfiche
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13794026M

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Government dockyard workers in Portsmouth 1793-1815 by David Wilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

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David Wilson. The Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Trust hold the original Dockyard Registers of Employment (Rate Books) which contain details of all employees who worked in the Dockyard itself, or in one of the other Admiralty Establishments in the Portsmouth area, during the period from the midth century until the midth century.

ADM 33 (Ships’ pay books ) Try searching by name or, otherwise, keyword in the various Navy Board records held in ADM (). The chances of finding someone by name within this series are steadily improving as details are added to the online catalogue as part of the Navy Board cataloguing project.

Dockyard Employment Records. The Trust holds the original Dockyard Registers of Employment (Rate Books) which contain details of all employees who worked in the Dockyard itself, or in one of the other Admiralty Establishments in the Portsmouth area, during the period from the midth century until the midth century.

Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Society publication No.2 () A4 non-glossy paperback B/w plans and sketches £ (£ ) An account of the discovery during road repairs undertaken inof the original caisson to No.2 Basin, (the Steam Basin), in Portsmouth Dockyard.

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After securing £10, of Heritage Lottery funding, Dr Melanie Bassett has been working with volunteers at the Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Trust to tell the untold story of the city’s. Cruttenden repaired in Portsmouth Dockyard (April ) Cuvera, see Malabar. Hartwell launched at Itchenor (May ) 93 Malabar (56), HMS, built by, to Robert Seppings’ system () Portsmouth Dockyard handles the bulk of repair work relationship with the Royal Navy 00 Speaker repaired in Portsmouth Dockyard (March ) Portsmouth Dockyard Workers Places of irth, í õ í, East Southsea List of Maps Map 1.

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No recommendations yet The evolution of the docks and industrial buildings in Portsmouth Royal Dockyard: (The Portsmouth papers. Devonport Dockyard overview 36 Portsmouth Dockyard overview 37 2 Characterisation 38 Characterisation process 43 Military characteristics 46 Industrial characteristics 47 Material characteristics 50 Architectural characteristics 54 Form and Function Having a skilled civilian workforce in the dockyard, alongside the uniformed, has always been key to the success of the Royal Navy.

Here at Portsmouth it is no different, and during this National Apprentice Week we have been reflecting on the importance of attracting and training new people to work here. Wilson, ‘Government Dockyard Workers in Portsmouth –’ (Ph.D., Warwick, ) especially ch.

3; Google Scholar A. Geddes, Portsmouth During the Great French Wars – (Portsmouth, ) pp. 20–1; Devon RO Sidmouth MSS C/OZ; R. Morris, ‘Labour Relations in the Royal Dockyards, –05’, Mariner’s Mirror Cited by: 1. Call for Papers 25th Annual Conference: 27 March National Maritime Museum Greenwich Dockyards and Baltic Campaigns (–): Comparisons and Transformations This one-day conference will examine the role of the naval dockyards and bases that were closely associated with Baltic naval campaigns.

was the year that the Great Northern War was finally concluded. The Action of 18 June was the first decisive and one of the most celebrated encounters between British and French frigates during the French Revolutionary action occurred off Start Point in Devon, when the British frigate HMS Nymphe encountered and chased the French frigate the previous month, Cléopâtre and another frigate, Sémillante, had been Location: Off Start Point, Devon, English Channel.

The forgotten 'mateys': Women workers in Portsmouth Dockyard, England, Article in Women s History Review 7(3) December with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ann Day.

Centuries of shipbuilding have finally come to an end at the Royal Navy’s oldest dockyard. Workers at the historic base in Portsmouth, Hants, watched the Author: Euan Stretch.Portsmouth Naval Base is part of the city of Portsmouth; it is located on the eastern shore of Portsmouth Harbour, north of the Solent and the Isle of Wight.

The base is home to the oldest dry dock in the world, as well as being the headquarters for two thirds of the Royal Navy's surface : R. Betts.