THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY SERVICE

~ INDEX OF CREWS ~

In order of surname.

NAMES

STATIONS

EVENTS ETC

DATES

SHIP

-------, Thos

Sailmaker

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

[blank]

Cooper's Mate

1804-1805

True Briton

A

A Ho

Seaman

Chinese

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Abbott, Wm

Captain's Servant

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Abdallah

Lascar

Entered at Madras 20th Aug 1803. Discharged [at Blackwall] 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Abdulla, Mulay

Serang

Discharged at Bombay 12th July 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Abdullah

Lascar

1810-1811

Lord Keith

Able, Aron:

Seaman

Run at Calcutta 4th Oct 1802

1801-1803

Northampton

Abraham

1st Tindale

Discharged at Bombay 18th Febry 1807

1805-1807

Ganges

Abraham

2nd Tindale

Discharged at Bombay 18th Febry 1807

1805-1807

Ganges

Abraham, Angel [alias Angle]

Quarter Master

1805-1807

Ganges

Acaw

1804-1805

True Briton

Accoy

Chinese Party

Run from the ship at Penang 24th November 1805

1805-1807

Ganges

Achee

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Aching, 1st

1805-1807

Ganges

Aching, 2nd

1805-1807

Ganges

Achoco

1804-1805

True Briton

Achoe

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Achong

Discharged being found incapable of doing duty

1805-1807

Ganges

Achong

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Achong

Sent on board the Cuffnells 10th July 1805. [Received back at Longreach on Tuesday 19th September 1805.]

1804-1805

True Briton

Achong, J

Seaman

Chinese

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Achur

1804-1805

True Briton

Ackoy

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Acow

Chinese, Gravesend to Lintin

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Acow

Seaman

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Acquang (1)

1805-1807

Ganges

Acquang (2)

1805-1807

Ganges

Acquing

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Acquong 2nd

1805-1807

Ganges

Acun

1804-1805

True Briton

Adams, Charles

1805-1807

Ganges

Adams, Henry

Seaman

1807-1809

Northampton

Adams, John

Seaman

Died at Bombay 12th January 1807. [His mother was Dinah Adams. John Adonis in List 5.]

1805-1807

Ganges

Adams, Joseph

Seaman

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Adams, William

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Adamson, John

Seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Addison, Thomas

1st Officer

[Born in Saxthorpe 18th Dec. 1785, s of Rev Leonard & Sarah Gallent; midshipman Marquis Wellesley 1801/2; midshipman Brunswick 1803/4, home from Cape in HMS Howe; 5th mate Marquis Wellesley 1805/6; 4th mate Marquis Wellesley 1808/9; 3rd mate Marquis Wellesley 1810/1, home from Bombay as 1st mate Minerva (7); 2nd mate Minerva (7) 1814/5; 1st mate Minerva (7) 1816/7; 1st mate Moffat 1818/9; 1st mate Warren Hastings (3) 1819/20; 1st mate Thomas Coutts 1821/2; 1st mate Warren Hastings (5) 1824/5.]

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Adney, James

Midshipman

1812-1813

Juliana

Affong

Chinese, Gravesend to Lintin

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Affong

1805-1807

Ganges

Afoung

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Afoung

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Agnew, George

Surgeon

[George Agnew. Surgeon's mate Lady Jane Dundas 1801/2; surgeon True Briton (4) 1803/4; Madras Asst Surgeon 15th July 1805; cashiered 19th December 1811; drowned 2nd March 1812 homeward bound on the Streatham.]

1804-1805

True Briton

Agong

Seaman

Chinese

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Ahee

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Ahee

1805-1807

Ganges

Ahee

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Ahew

1805-1807

Ganges

Ahing

1805-1807

Ganges

Ahing

1804-1805

True Briton

Ahon

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Ahoo

Sent on board the Cuffnells 10th July 1805. [Received back at Longreach on Tuesday 19th September 1805.]

1804-1805

True Briton

Ahynn

Ordinary Seaman

Run at China 4th March 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Aitchison, A

1805-1807

Ganges

Ajamuth

Serang

Discharged at Bombay 12th July 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Akers, William

Ship's Steward

1805-1806

Cumberland

Akoy

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Alan

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Albar, Jas

Ordinary seaman

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Alders, Charles

Ordinary seaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Aldridge, Samuel

Carpenter's Servant

1805-1806

Cumberland

Alexander, Lewis

Lascar

Discharged at Bombay 18th Febry 1807

1805-1807

Ganges

Alin

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Alin

1804-1805

True Briton

Allabux

Serang

Discharged at Bombay 12th July 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Allan, James

Seaman

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Allay

1804-1805

True Briton

Allcott, James

Captain's Cook

1812-1813

Juliana

Allen, Charles

Ordinary seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Allen, George

Ordy seaman

pressed [on board HMS Ariadne] September 9 1805.

1804-1805

True Briton

Allen, Gilbert

Seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Allen, John

Captain's Steward

Died at Batavia Dec 17th 1812.

1812-1813

Juliana

Allen, John

Ordinary Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Allen, John

Captain's servant

Entered 20th Aug 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Allong

Seaman

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Allop

Seaman

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Alloy

Chinese Party

Run from the ship at Penang 24th November 1805

1805-1807

Ganges

Allwood, Thomas

Joiner

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Along[?]

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Alsow

Carpenter's Mate

1805-1807

Ganges

Alvarez, John

Seaman

Died at China 28th October 1815

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Ambler, Williamm

Ordinary seaman

Pressed HMS Pitt 25 Dec 1806

1806-1807

Huddart

Ambro

Lascar

Entered at Madras 20th Aug 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Amier

1807-1809

Northampton

Ammoi

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Ammonson, Andres

Seaman

1807-1809

Northampton

Anderson, Alexander

Ordinary seaman

1826-1828

Vansittart

Anderson, Andrew

Seaman

1807-1809

Northampton

Anderson, Frederick

Gunner

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804. Recorded in the Journal as going on leave at Canton on 30th November 1803.

1803-1804

Wexford

Anderson, George

Gunner's servant

Entered 20th Aug 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Anderson, Harry Peter

Seaman

Delivered over to the El Corso at Gravesend 24th Dec 1808.

1807-1809

Northampton

Anderson, Jacob

Carpenters Mate

1801-1803

Northampton

Anderson, John

[In Imprest Book]

1805-1807

Ganges

Anderson, John

Seaman

Impressed 6th September 1807.

1805-1807

Lady Jane Dundas

Anderson, John

Seaman[?]

1764-1765

Solebay

Anderson, Joshua

AB [seaman]

Joined ship at Sauger July 27th 1827

1826-1828

Vansittart

Anderson, Thomas

Ordinary seaman

Impressed by HMS Phoenix Octr 1st 1812 26th Sep 1812].

1812-1813

Juliana

Anderson, Thos

Boatswain's mate

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Anderson, Wm

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Andrews, Jos'h

Ordinary Seaman

Died at Sea 1st Sept 1805

1805-1806

Cumberland

Andrews, William

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Angee 1st

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Angee 2nd

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Angle, Abraham [alias Angel]

Quarter Master

1805-1807

Ganges

Angour

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Angus, Archibald

Ordinary seaman

Drowned at Sea 1st July 1815

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Ann Richard

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Ann, John

Captain's Servant

Entd on bd HMS Dasher 5th July 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Anoe

Sent on board the Cuffnells 10th July 1805. [Received back at Longreach on Tuesday 19th September 1805.]

1804-1805

True Briton

Anowey

Seaman

Chinese

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Anson, Wm

Seaman

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Anstice, Joseph Ball

Midshipman

[Joseph Ball Anstice, born Bridgwater 16 Dec 1786, son of Robert & Susanna Ball (Quakers); midshipman Lord Hawkesbury 1800/1; midshipman Ganges (3) 1802/3; midshipman Cumberland 1804/5; 4th mate Cuffnells 1806/7; 3rd mate Carnatic (3) 1808/9; 2nd mate Cumberland 1810/11 & 1812/3; 1st mate Cumberland 1815/6. His family is on Ancestry: In 1819 he was Captain of the ship Bencoolen to New South Wales, Australia. He married Eleanor Carr 1792-1870. An Ale and Porter Merchant in Liverpool in 1824. He died Tynemouth in 1852.]

1805-1806

Cumberland

Antonia, Joseph

AB [seaman]

1826-1828

Vansittart

Antoniae, Michael

[In Imprest Book]

1805-1807

Ganges

Antonio (1)

Lascar

Entered at Madras 20th Aug 1803. Recorded in the Journal as being punished for hitting the Tindal on 9th February 1804. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Antonio (2)

Lascar

Entered at Madras 20th Aug 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Antonio Antonio

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Recorded in the Journal of the Wexford as dying on 27th January 1804, he was buried at Whampoa. His effects were sold for £1.

1803-1804

Wexford

Antonio, Francis

Seaman

1806-1807

Huddart

Antonio, John

Seaman

1812-1813

Juliana

Antonio, John

Ordinary Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Antonio, P

Seaman

Run at Cape 16 Oct 1806

1806-1807

Huddart

Antony Francisco

1806-1807

Huddart

Antony, Francis

Seaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Antony, James

Seaman

[Received on board the Ganges 5th April 1805]

1805-1807

Ganges

Antonys, Joseph

Seaman

1st

1804-1805

True Briton

Antonys, Joseph

Seaman

No.2.

1804-1805

True Briton

Apat

1804-1805

True Briton

Apor

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Apping

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Apping

1805-1807

Ganges

Appo

1804-1805

True Briton

Appone

1805-1807

Ganges

Aqing

1805-1807

Ganges

Aquar

1805-1807

Ganges

Arau

Mate

Chinese

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Armstrong, George

Seaman

Taken on Board HMS Revolution [11th May 1812].

1812-1813

Juliana

Armstrong, James

Quarter Master

1826-1828

Vansittart

Armstrong, Jno

Seaman

1801-1803

Northampton

Armstrong, John

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Arnandy, Matthias

Ordinary seaman

Taken on Board HMS Resolution [13th May 1812].

1812-1813

Juliana

Asam

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Asang

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Ascown

Chinese Party

Run from the ship at Penang 24th November 1805

1805-1807

Ganges

Asee

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Ashby, Thos

Carpenter's Do

1810-1811

Lord Keith

Ashee

1804-1805

True Briton

Asheu

1804-1805

True Briton

Ashing

1804-1805

True Briton

Ashton, Edward

Seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Asing

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Asing

1804-1805

True Briton

Askoy

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Asow

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Asplin, Andrew

Seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Asraph

Lascar

Discharged at Bombay 18th Febry 1807

1805-1807

Ganges

Assam

Chinese, Gravesend to Lintin

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Assam

Boatswain

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Assam

Carpenter

1805-1807

Ganges

Assam

1804-1805

True Briton

Assam (1)

1805-1807

Ganges

Assam (2)

1805-1807

Ganges

Assane

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Assay

Seaman

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Assee

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Assee

1804-1805

True Briton

Assel

Chinese Party

Run from the ship at Penang 24th November 1805

1805-1807

Ganges

Assem

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Assi

1805-1807

Ganges

Assick

Sent on board the Cuffnells 10th July 1805. [Received back at Longreach on Tuesday 19th September 1805.]

1804-1805

True Briton

Assinallah

[Hassunalle in list]

1807-1809

Northampton

Assing

Run 4th April 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Assing

1804-1805

True Briton

Assong

1805-1807

Ganges

Assow

Chinese Party

Run from the ship at Penang 24th November 1805

1805-1807

Ganges

Assow

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Asue

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Atam

Boatswain

Chinese

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Atchew

Chinese, Gravesend to Lintin

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Atchong

Chinaman

Died in Hospital Bombay 29th Novbr 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Atchune

Chinaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Athang

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Atkins, Jas

Seaman

Part of Royal George's crew taken on at China.

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Atkins, John

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Pressed by HMS Trident at Madras on 4th Aug 1803.

1803-1804

Wexford

Atkins, Thos

Seaman

1810-1811

Lord Keith

Atong

Ordinary seaman

Boarded Febry 25th 1806

1805-1806

Cumberland

Atong

1804-1805

True Briton

Atsate

Seaman

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Atsay

Seaman

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Attersal, John

Ordinary seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Attong

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Attony

1805-1807

Ganges

Attoy

Chinese Party

1805-1807

Ganges

Attreck

1805-1807

Ganges

Attuck

1805-1807

Ganges

Attye

Seaman

Chinese

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Atung

1804-1805

True Briton

Aumadee, Cede

Serang

Discharged at Bombay 12th July 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Aumadoo, Cedy

1805-1807

Ganges

Aumadoo, Ceoly

1805-1807

Ganges

Ausgorn, Oliffe[?]

Seaman

1804-1805

True Briton

Awaa

1804-1805

True Briton

Awang

Chinese Party

Run from the ship at Penang 24th November 1805

1805-1807

Ganges

Awo

1804-1805

True Briton

Ayan

1805-1807

Ganges

Ayaue

Died at sea 11th May 1805.

1804-1805

True Briton

Ayee

1804-1805

True Briton

Aykboom, Augustus

Surgeon's Mate

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Ayler, John

Ordinary seaman

1801-1803

Northampton

Ayon

1805-1807

Ganges

Ayong

Boatswain

1805-1807

Ganges

Ayou

1805-1807

Ganges

Ayres, John

Caulker

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Ayres, John

Caulker's Mate

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Ayres, William

Seaman

1805-1807

Lady Jane Dundas

Ayton, Thos

Ordinary seaman

1801-1803

Northampton

Ayues

1804-1805

True Briton

Ayune

1804-1805

True Briton

Ayur

1804-1805

True Briton

B

Babbit?, L P

Confined 26th April 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Babbit[?], L T

not known

[Cannot trace in Ledger.] Recorded in the Journal as being confined on 26th April 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Bacon, Saml

Seaman

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Badao

Serang

Discharged at Bombay 12th July 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Badoo

Lascar

Discharged at Bombay 18th Febry 1807

1805-1807

Ganges

Baelao

1805-1807

Ganges

Bailey, Jas

Captain's Cook

1801-1803

Northampton

Bailey, John

Carpenter's Mate (1st)

[Next of kin was Ann Bailey]

1805-1807

Ganges

Bailey, Joseph

Carpenter's mate & Caulker

1812-1813

Juliana

Bailey, Thomas

Master at Arms

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Bailey, Thos

Master at Arms

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Bains, James

Ordinary Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Baker, Jno

Run at Bombay 27th March 1802

1801-1803

Northampton

Baker, John

Ordinary seaman

Press'd H.M.S. Concorde Aug 19th 1806

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Baker, John

Seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Baker, John

Mid & Cockswn

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Baker, Rob't

Ordinary seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Baker, William

2nd mate

[Born 7 Jan and bap St James's, Westminster 17 Jan 1778, son of Henry & Kitty. Midshipman Belvedere 1796/7; 5th mate Ceres (4) 1799/1800; 3rd mate Marquis of Ely 1801/2; 2nd mate Lady Jane Dundas 1803/4 & 1805/6; Lady Jane Dundas 1807/8. He is assumed to have died on or shortly after 14th March 1809 when his ship Lady Jane Dundas disappeared in a storm off the coast of Mauritius.]

1805-1807

Lady Jane Dundas

Bales, Samuel

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Ball, Henry

Seaman

Left the ship at Gravesend

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Ballam, Wm

Ordinary seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Balls, Edward

Boatswain

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Bampton, Charles

Seaman

Died at sea 26th August 1805.

1804-1805

True Briton

Bandick, J C

Seaman

1801-1803

Northampton

Banks, Joseph

Seaman

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Banston, John

Sailmaker

1805-1807

Lady Jane Dundas

Baptiste, Jean

Ordinary seaman

Entered at Canton 21st Decr 1803. Discharged 16th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Baptisto, John

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Barber, William

5th Officer

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Barberry, John

Ordinary seaman

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Barham, James

Carpenter

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Barker, Alexander

3rd Officer

[Alexander Popham Barker, was born Leadhills, Lanarkshire on 13 Jul 1787, son of John Barker, Surgeon & Margaret Battley; 4th mate Northampton (2) 1804/5; 3rd mate Northampton (2) 1806/7 & 1808/9; 2nd mate Northanpton (2) 1804/5; 3rd mate Northampton (2)

1807-1809

Northampton

Barker, John

AB [seaman]

Run Augst 5th 1827 at Sauger

1826-1828

Vansittart

Barker, Robert

Commander

[Robert Barker, was born at Sanguhar, Dumfrieshire on 19th August 1767, the son of Robert and Anne Barker. Seaman HM sloop Echo 3y 1781-84; midshipman Dutton 1784/5; mate Betsey to Spain 6m; 4th mate Albion 1787/8; 3rd mate Henry Dundas 1789/90; 1st mate

1801-1803

Northampton

Barker, Thomas

Cooper's mate

Impressed 6th September 1807.

1805-1807

Lady Jane Dundas

Barker, William

Gunner's Mate (1st)

1805-1807

Ganges

Barklay, Rt

Midshipman

Run at Bombay 27th March 1802.

1801-1803

Northampton

Barnaby, Antonio

Seaman

1806-1807

Huddart

Barnaby, Antony

Seaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Barnaby, Antony

Seaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Barnard, Charles

1st mate

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804. From early on he was signing off the Harbour Journal. [Charles Barnard, bap Newbury, Berks 6th Aug 1773; son of Benjamin & Hannah; seaman & 2nd mate to West Indies 4y; 5th mate London (13) 1794/5; 4th mate Warley (2) 1796/7; 3rd mate Warley (2) 1798/9; 2nd mate True Briton (4) 1800/1; 1st mate Wexford 1802/3 & 1804/5; Captain Wexford1806/7, 1811/12, 1813/4, 1815,16. He was married St Michael's, Bath on 2nd May 1811 to Ann Miller and died at Moulins, France on 30th December 1822. She was remarried at St Margaret's, Westminster on 8th July 1826 to Benjamin Shillito, who died in Nova Scotia Sep 1834.]

1803-1804

Wexford

Barnardo, Joseph

1805-1807

Ganges

Barnes, James

Ordinary seaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Barnes, John

Seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Barnes, Joseph

Ordinary seaman

Seaman from time of leaving Eng'd having been put bd. [Entered on board 22nd April 1805.]

1805-1807

Ganges

Barnett, George

Ordinary seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804

1803-1804

Wexford

Barnett, Jos'h

Ordinary seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Barnson, Olif

Seaman

1804-1805

True Briton

Barratt, Thomas

Quarter Master

1831-1832

Repulse

Barret, J

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Huddart

Barrett, George

2nd Mate's Servant

Run at Madras 25 Augt [1805]

1805-1806

Cumberland

Barrett, John

Seaman[?]

Ran at Batavia 22nd April 1765.

1764-1765

Solebay

Barrick, Peter

Seaman

1805-1807

Lady Jane Dundas

Barrow, John

6th Mate

[6th mate Warren Hastings (5) 1824/5.]

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Bartholomew, John

Capt's Cook

1805-1806

Cumberland

Bartlett, Jas

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Bartlett, John

Seaman

[John Bartlett along with John Campbell, Bosuns mate and Edward Notley forced a boat to take them to shore at Calcutta. Four days he returned and was refused permission to board.]

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Barton, Samuel

Gunner

1831-1832

Repulse

Barton, Will'm

Captain's cook

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Bashford, James

AB [seaman]

Joined ship China Decr 25th 1827

1826-1828

Vansittart

Basingwaite, George

Gunner

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Bastone, Henry

Captn's Steward

1805-1806

Cumberland

Bastone, Henry

Captain's steward

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Batchelor, Henry

Cooper

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Batchelor, Henry

Cooper

1826-1828

Vansittart

Bates, Richard

Ordinary seaman

Drowned at sea 12th September

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Bathy, James

Carpenter's 2nd Mate

1831-1832

Repulse

Bawtree, Charles S

2nd Officer

[Charles Samuel Bawtree, born 11 Aug 1802, bap St Paul's Shadwell, Middx 3 Dec 1802, son of William, sailmaker & Elizabeth [née Young] of 76 Wapping Wall. Midshipman Abberton 1818/9; 6th mate Lowther Castle 1820/1; 4th mate Lowther Castle 1822/3; 3rd mate Warren Hastings (3) 1824/5; 2nd mate Warren Hastings (3) 1826/7; 2nd mate Bridgewater (5) 1828/9. He was married at Manningtree, Essex 17 Mar 1835 to Eliza Anne Alston and had five children. He died Mistley, Essex 11 Jan 1869.]

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Bay, Matthew

Seaman

1764-1765

Solebay

Bayle[?], James

Seaman

1804-1805

True Briton

Bayliff, Capt T G

Commander

Thomas Gabriel Bayliff, was born in Lambeth 29 Oct 1765. He was a midshipman Royal Charlotte (2) 1779/80; midshipman Sulivan 1782/3; 4th mate Worcester (4) 1785/6; 3rd mate Queen (4) 1789-90; 2nd mate Earl of Chesterfield 1792/3; 1st mate Alfred (2) 1795/

1806-1807

Huddart

Bead, Richard

Seaman

pressed [on board HMS Ariadne] September 9 1805.

1804-1805

True Briton

Beale, Joseph

Seaman

1812-1813

Juliana

Beatson, Francis

6th Officer

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Beck, William

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Pressed by HMS Trident at Madras on 4th Aug 1803.

1803-1804

Wexford

Beezley,William

Quarter Master

Confined 09/12/1764 for disobeying orders and abusing the 4th Mate.

1764-1765

Solebay

Belcher, Joseph William

Midshipman

1804-1805

True Briton

Bell, Charles

Seaman

pressed [on board HMS Ariadne] September 9 1805.

1804-1805

True Briton

Bell, John

Gunner's Boy

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Bell, Martin

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Recorded in the Journal as confined for drunkeness on 12th June 1803. Pressed by HMS Trident at Madras on 4th Aug 1803.

1803-1804

Wexford

Bell, Thomas

Sailmaker

1812-1813

Juliana

Bellborough, John

Ordinary seaman

Ran at Bombay 13th January 1807

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Bennet, William

Seaman[?]

Ran at Batavia 22nd April 1765.

1764-1765

Solebay

Bennett, John

Ordinary Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Bennett, Robert

Ordinary seaman

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Bennett, William

Seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Bennington, Thos

Quarter Master

Run at Madeira 16 July 1806

1806-1807

Huddart

Benson, Charles

AB [seaman]

1826-1828

Vansittart

Bernardo, Joseph

Seaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Best, Alban

Midshipman

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Best, William

Captain's Steward

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Best, Wm

Midshipman

1810-1811

Lord Keith

Betham, George

4th Officer

[George Betham, born Shadbrook, Suffolk 29th September 1782, son of Rev. William of Stonham Aspall, Suffolk. Midshipman Castle Eden 1799/1800; seaman & gunner Walthamstow 1801/2; 4th mate True Briton (4) 1803/4; 3rd mate Hugh Inglis 1805/6; 2nd mate Hugh Inglis 1807/8; 1st mate Hugh Inglis 1809/10. The previous is from Farrington, George Betham was the son of Rev William Betham 1749-1839) and Mary Damant 1754-1841) and his wife was Maria Frederica Dent 1770-1842), whom he married at Boldre, Lymington, Hampshire on 21st September 1809. George died Cazapore 13th June 1828 and buried Calcutta, the same day (Ancestry.co.uk).]

1804-1805

True Briton

Bethel, James

Gunner's mate

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Bethune, Roderick

2nd Mate

[Roderick Bethune, born Isle of Skye 2 Dec 1775; seaman four voyages from the Clyde to Jamaica 5y; 2nd mate two voyages to Bergen 2y; 5th mate Lord Thurlow 1796/7; 4th mate Lord Thurlow 1798/9; 3rd mate Henry Dundas 1800/1; 3rd mate Ocean (4) 1802/3; 2nd mate Cumberland 1804/5; 1st mate Ocean (6) 1807/8; 1st mate City of London 1811/2.]

1805-1806

Cumberland

Bidengale, Jenou

Ordinary seaman

[In Imprest Book]

1805-1807

Ganges

Bipsham, George

Seaman

[Entered on board 22nd April 1805]

1805-1807

Ganges

Birch, George

Seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Birch, Thomas

Seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Bird, Geo:

Seaman

Discharg'd sick at Portsmouth Septr 1801

1801-1803

Northampton

Bird, Thomas

Ordinary seaman

1812-1813

Juliana

Bitter, Hy

Seaman

Entered on Board HMS Chiffonne 18 Feby 1802

1801-1803

Northampton

Black, Abraham

Seaman

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Black, Charles William

Midshipman

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Black, Thos

Butcher

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Blackaller, Robert

Quarter Master

1764-1765

Solebay

Blackalter, John

Gunner

1805-1806

Cumberland

Blackburn, William

Midsm & Coxn

[Entered on board the Ganges 6th April 1805.]

1805-1807

Ganges

Blackburne, George

Seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Blackwell, Robert John

Second Mate

[John Robert Blackwell, bap Lewisham, Kent 22nd Sep 1779, son of Ebenezer & Mary Blackwell; midshipman Ganges (3) 1796/7; 5th mate Rose (2) 1798/9; 4th mate Lord Thurlow 1800/1; 3rd mate Ganges (3) 1802/3; 2nd mate Ganges (3) 1804/5.]

1805-1807

Ganges

Blacky, Jas

Carpenter

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Blaine, Ephraim

Quarter Master

Run at Calcutta May 10th 1808.

1807-1809

Northampton

Blair, William

Ship's Cook

[Pressed on 10th Aug 1813.]

1812-1813

Juliana

Blaire, Antonio

Ordinary seaman

1828-1830

Bridgewater

Blake, Charles

Seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Blake, J

Ordinary seaman

1806-1807

Huddart

Blake, William

Captain's cook

Entered 22nd March 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Blanchfield, George

Seaman

1804-1805

True Briton

Bland, Joseph

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Blanfield, C

Ordinary seaman

Died at sea 11 Dec 1806

1806-1807

Huddart

Blaycie, Samuel

Ordinary Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Blewitt, John

Seaman[?]

Ran at Batavia 22nd April 1765.

1764-1765

Solebay

Bloodworth, John

Butcher

1764-1765

Solebay

Bloom, Fredk

Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Bloomley, John

Ordinary seaman

[John Blomley in Imprest Book. Elizabeth Blomeley was next of kin]

1805-1807

Ganges

Blue, Wm

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Blundy, Benjamin

Ordinary Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Boddington, Thomas

Seaman

[Entered on board Ganges 6th April 1805]

1805-1807

Ganges

Bode, Frederich

Seaman

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Bodell, John

Seaman

pressed [on board HMS Ariadne] September 9 1805.

1804-1805

True Briton

Bodman, Joseph

Ship's Cook

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Bogs, Erasmus

Ordinary seaman

Delivered over to the El Corso at Gravesend 24th Dec 1808.

1807-1809

Northampton

Bond John

1805-1807

Ganges

Bondeau, Thomas

2nd Officer's Servant

1804-1805

True Briton

Bonney, Thomas

Boatswain's Mate

1831-1832

Repulse

Booms, Marks

Seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Boreham, William

Seaman

Died at St Helena June 16th 1813.

1812-1813

Juliana

Boston, Joseph

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Botham, William

Ordinary seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Bottomny, John

Boatswain's Servant

1805-1806

Cumberland

Bound, Arthur

Ordinary seaman

1812-1813

Juliana

Bourn, Edw'd

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Bourn, Will'm

Ordinary seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Bouton, Antonio

Seaman

Entered [in the Downs Anchorage] 20th Mar 1803. Discharged [off Long Reach] 13th Aug 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Bowden, John

Seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Bowen, Robert

Seaman

Press'd H.M.S. Concorde Aug 19th 1806

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Bowick, Jacob

Seaman

1806-1807

Earl St Vincent

Bowker, Wm

Seaman

Died 15th May 1824 - see Journal

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Bowline, John

Seaman

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Bowman, William

Quarter Master

Run at Bombay 2nd October 1806.

1805-1807

Ganges

Boxhew (1)

Lascar

Entered at Madras 20th Aug 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Boxhew (2)

Lascar

Entered at Madras 20th Aug 1803. Discharged [at Blackwal]l 20th Sept 1804.

1803-1804

Wexford

Boxu

1807-1809

Northampton

Boxu

Syrang

1807-1809

Northampton

Boxue

Lascar

1810-1811

Lord Keith

Boyd, Michael

Caulker, Carpenter's Mate

1807-1809

Northampton

Boyle, John

Armourer

1819-1820

Warren Hastings

Boyle, Thomas

Seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Boyle, Thomas

Ordinary seaman

1805-1807

Ganges

Boyton, James

2nd Mate

[Born England 6 Aug 1788; Capt's servant Warren Hastings (2) 1802/3 & 1804/5, then from Mauritious to Boston in America, home in Romero; 5th mate Walpole (5) 1806/7; 4th mate Dover Castle 1808/9; 3rd mate Warren Hastings (5) 1810/1; 2nd mate Warren Hastin

1815-1816

Warren Hastings

Braas

Portuguese, Gravesend to Lintin

1823-1824

Warren Hastings

Brabham, Robert

Ordinary seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Bradfield, George

Ordinary seaman

1831-1832

Repulse

Bradford, Joseph Garland

4th Mate

17/11/1764 went on shore at Molendarrie river (Madagascar) and returned to ship. [Joseph Garland Bradford was born circa 1740. 4th mate Solebay 1763/4; 2nd mate Horsenden 1767/8; 2nd mate Bridgewater (2) 1769/70; 1st mate Earl of Sandwich 1771/2 aged 31; died 25th December 1772.]

1764-1765

Solebay

Bradford, Robert

Gunner's Servant

[Served from 6th April 1805]

1805-1807

Ganges

Bradford, W B

Midshipman

1831-1832

Repulse

Brady, John

Ordinary Seaman

1805-1806

Cumberland

Brampton, John

Ordinary seaman

1825-1826

Warren Hastings

Brauer, Dirk

Ordinary seaman

1812-1813

Juliana

Braukomen, Frederick

Seaman

1804-1805

True Briton

Braun (Brauer), Dick

1812-1813

Juliana

Bray, Richard

Seaman

Killed at Sea by a fall 23rd June 1806

1805-1807

Ganges

Brel, John

Seaman

1807-1809

Northampton

Bremmer, Christian

Seaman[?]

1764-1765

Solebay

Bridgeman, John

Seaman

1804-1805

True Briton

Bridgeman, Joshua

Seaman

Discharged at Gravesend on 4th May 1764.

1764-1765