Category Archives: Jarrow

January 29th 1915

Start the old routine again. It is hard to get used to at first, but after a few busy days one begins to settle down again. 2 p.m. Left Palmer’s Yard, Jarrow and proceeded slowly down the Tyne. This is … Continue reading

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January 28th (Thursday) 1915

The fateful day. The day of my having to leave all those so dear to me, to return to the old existence on H.M.S. Roxburgh. The three days which marks the period of my most happy time for six months, … Continue reading

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January 28th 1915

“Left Jarrow.” “During the time we have been at sea we have been on various patrolling areas. As far east as Norway, as far west as N.E. coast of Ireland and we have covered most of the area of the … Continue reading

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January 19th 1915

“Arrived at Palmer’s Yard, Jarrow at 9-30 a.m. for a 10-days refit. Four days leave and a free railway pass granted to each watch.”

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