Admiralty and predecessors: Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy and predecessors: Service Registers and Registers of Deaths and Injuries Establishment books of naval hospitals, lists of officers entitled to half pay, entry books, complement lists, and service records of medical, nursing, pharmacist, and other staff, case books of the Royal Naval Hospital Bermuda, 1832 to 1883, and a history of the hospital, and wages and salary lists of persons employed in the care of prisoners of war.
The microfilmed slips contain name and RAF service number only. The great majority of the original index slips were microfilmed, however there is a small number of random gaps, where a slip had been lost prior to filming Board of Trade and Foreign Office: Advisory Committee to the Department of Overseas Trade (Development and Intelligence): Minutes and Papers Minutes and papers of the Department of Overseas Trade (Development and Intelligence)Registry of Shipping and Seamen: Transcripts and Transactions, Series I This series contains the register of shipping kept by the General Registry and Record Office of Seamen which, until 1855, consists of transcripts of the original registries, with manuscript notes of any subsequent changes of ownership, known as ‘transactions’, on the reverse Registry of Shipping and Seamen: Transcripts and Transactions, Indexes to Transcripts This series contains indexes to the transcripts of the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen and its predecessor.
These indexes relate to BT 107 and BT 108Registry of Shipping and Seamen: Registers of Certificates of Service, Masters and Mates, Foreign Trade Registers of Certificates of Service of masters and mates aboard foreign-going British merchant ships kept by the General Registry and Record Office of Seamen and its successor.
In a few cases the papers include returns of the educational census, 1851Indexes to Registers of Legacy Duty, Succession Duty and Estate Duty kept by the Estate Duty Office and predecessors Indexes to the Estate Duty Office registers, recording legacy, estate and succession duties in IR 26Titanic: Supreme Court of Judicature: High Court of Justice, Chancery, Common Pleas, Exchequer and Queen’s Bench Divisions: Pleadings Titanic: Supreme Court of Judicature: High Court of Justice, Chancery, Common Pleas, Exchequer and Queen’s Bench Divisions: Pleadings The Security Service: First World War Historical Reports and Other Papers This series contains the official history of the Security Service work during World War I compiled at the request of the Committee of Imperial Defence.
The duties of the Security Service were principally the control of aliens within and entering the UK, and counter-espionage within the UK and within the Empire Metropolitan Police: Office of the Commissioner: Miscellaneous Books and Papers The series of Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s miscellanea includes: register of manning returns, complaints by members of the public, estimates, office regulations, Daily Police Reports, register of officers’ warrant numbers, attestation ledgers, certificate of service records, register of widows’ pensions, etc., criminal return book, a precedent book, papers relating to the Commissioner’s Office and his annual reports from 1926 to 1981, handbooks and manuals, arrangements for the coronations of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II, state weddings and funerals, posters and publicity material, war diaries, Metropolitan Police lists, minutes of the Metropolitan Police New Headquarters Steering Committee, and the report of the 1903 committee on Metropolitan Police accommodation Titanic: Board of Trade and Ministry of Transport and successors: Marine, Harbours and Wrecks (M, H and W Series) Files Titanic: This series consists of correspondence and papers of the Marine Departments of the Board of Trade, the Ministry of Shipping, the Ministry of War Transport, the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation Titanic: Board of Trade and Ministry of Transport and Successor Bodies: Consultative Marine (M, CB, and CM Series) Files Titanic: This series contains correspondence and other papers of the Marine Survey Service and the Consultative Marine Branch of the Board of Trade and its successors relating to survey and inspection of ships, engines, boilers, wireless, and so on in the interest of safety.
The records include entry books, public accounts and vouchers, and shipping returns Colonial Office and Predecessors: New South Wales Entry Books Relating to Convicts 1788-1868 The entry books contain alphabetical lists of convicts with particulars 1788-1842, savings bank ledgers for convicts 1824-1868 and letters to and from the Superintendent of convicts 1824-18-1867.
The original documents were transferred to Archives Authority of New South Wales Colonial Office and Predecessor: Registers of Correspondence for the Cape of Good Hope 1850-1910 These registers will help you identify original correspondence held in the series CO 48 relating to the Cape of Good Hope Ledgers of Exports of Foreign and Colonial Merchandise Under Countries These ledgers of exports of foreign and colonial merchandise show, under the countries to which they were exported, the quantity and value of the several articles shipped from British ports and, until 1870, whether in British or foreign ships Admiralty: Operational Intelligence Centre: Intelligence from Intercepted German, Italian and Japanese Radio Communications, WWII File copies of teleprinter messages.How you do this will depend on the web browser you are using and whether you are using a PC or Mac. To view the PDFs you will need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer, which can be downloaded free of charge.When printing from these files specify which page numbers you would like to print, as many are up to 800 pages long in total.You can also search and download the actual wills of Royal Naval seamen 1786-1882 (ADM 48) from our website Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, Navy Department: Medal Rolls Rolls and lists of officers and men of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines who were awarded or claimed medals and clasps issued to commemorate actions and campaigns.The series contains awards of the British War Medal, Victory Medal and 1914-1915 Star to men of the Mercantile Marine Reserve and to officers and men of the Royal Naval Reserve.You can also search and download the actual service records from our website Navy Board, Navy Pay Office and Admiralty, Accountant General’s Department: Registers of Seamen’s Wills 1786-1909 Indexes to the Wills of Royal Naval Seamen 1786-1882 in ADM 48.