Maltese Seamen in the Royal Navy

 

Frederick CABISCO (?), Stoker, married, aged 25 years, serving on HMS Sheldrake in 1881

 

Giuseppe CACCIOLLOTE, Carpenter’s Mate, aged 28 years, serving on HMS Superb in 1881

 

Alfonso CACHIA, born in December 1870, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 165274

 

Alfred CACHIA, born in Cospicua on 6th October 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12541

 

Annunziato CACHIA, born on 24th March 1871, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54151

 

Antonio CACHIA, 362886, born in Valletta on 13th October 1882. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1904 on board HMS Suffolk as a Bandsman, and served on this ship the whole time until he left the Navy in June 1906

 

Antonio CACHIA, born in Valletta on 13th October 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 362886

 

Carlo CACHIA, 122841, born on 26th November 1862. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1883 on board HMS Alexandra as a Domestic, but left in December 1883

 

Carmel CACHIA, E/LX23949, died 22nd May 1941, on board the cruiser HMS Gloucester, which was sunk by enemy aircraft

 

Carmelo CACHIA, born in Valletta on 21st November 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K43134

 

Carmelo CACHIA, born in 1848, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 94176

 

Emanuel CACHIA, 360008, born in Cospicua 25th April 1873. Joined the Royal Navy. Served on HMS Renown as a Domestic from 2nd November 1901 till 11th June 1902

 

Emmanuel CACHIA, died 31st May 1916 at the Battle of Jutland. He was the Canteen Manager on the Armed Cruiser HMS Black Prince. His ship had sustained some damage from a heavy shell during the day, but became separated from other British ships and around midnight came across German battleship Thuringen about 1,000 yards away. The German ship turned her powerful spotlights onto the Black Prince and opened fire with her 12inch guns. Less than a minute after the shells struck there were two massive explosions as the magazines blew up. Every one of the 857 men on board lost their lives

 

Emmanuele CACHIA, born in Cospicua on 21st April 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L362

 

Felice CACHIA, born in September 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J90011

 

Felice CACHIA, born in Vittoriosa on 20th December 1870, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 159191

 

Giuseppe CACHIA, born in Valletta on 19th March 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12535

 

John CACHIA, born in Valletta on 25th June 1873, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 353869

 

Joseph CACHIA, Leading Steward, E/LX20812, died 14th October 1939, on board the Battleship HMS Royal Oak, when it was torpedoed in Scapa Flow, Scotland, by the German U-Boat U-47. The ship sank with the loss of over 830 officers and men

 

Joseph CACHIA, Steward, E/LX22506, died 9th June 1940, on board the Aircraft Carrier HMS Glorious, when his ship was sunk off the Norwegian Coast by the German Battleships Gneisenau and Scharnhorst

 

Lorenzo CACHIA, born in Vittoriosa on 15th August 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 230010

 

Losario CACHIA, born in Cospicua about 1875, Bumboat Man, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Thetis in 1901

 

Michele CACHIA, J95100, born in Qormi on 25th December 1891. Joined the Royal Navy on HMS Egmont in February 1918 as an Able Seaman. He was demobbed in February 1919

 

Nazzareno CACHIA, born on 11th April 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K47215

 

Nicola CACHIA, born in 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J90024

 

Paul CACHIA, born in Zebbug in January 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L6837

 

Salvo CACHIA, born on 15th October 1859, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 132465

 

Salvatore CACHIA, died 31st May 1916, at the Battle of Jutland. He was serving as Canteen Assistant on the Battle Cruiser HMS Indefatigable. Three armour-piercing shells fired by the German Ship Von der Tann, penetrated the Indefatigable’s deck and exploded inside the ship blowing up a magazine. As the stricken ship started to sink by the stern more shells hit near the bow. This time within thirty seconds there was a violent explosion as another magazine blew up and the doomed ship heeled over and disappeared beneath the sea. It happened so fast that there were only two survivors, and 1,019 men lost their lives

 

Salvo CACHIA, born about 1870, Domestic, aged 31 years, serving on HMS Ramillies in 1901

 

Salvo CACHIA, born about 1887, Domestic, aged 14 years, serving on HMS Ramillies in 1901

 

Stephen CACHIA, born in Hamrun on 13th September 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L8049

 

Lorenzo CACOPARDO, born on 10th August 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11599

 

Vincent Cosmos CAHILL, J62918, born on 1st May 1900. He joined the Royal Navy as a Boy on HMS Powerful in December 1916, and made the Navy his career, serving on several ships. On 29th May 1919 he transferred as a Stoker and his service No. changed to SS121892. He transferred again on 13th June 1922 as a Stoker on HMS Sandhurst, and given a new Service No.K59786. He was still in the Navy on 1st January 1929

 

Antonio CAIAN, 122845, born on 11th February 1863. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1883 on board HMS Alexandra as a Domestic, and left in January 1884

 

J. CALAMATA, born about 1834, Ordinary Seaman, aged 27 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

Joseph CALAMATTA, born about 1836, Able Seaman, aged 35 years, married, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

Nicola CALASCIONE, 107535, born in Senglea in October 1859. Joined the Royal Navy in December 1878 on board HMS Rupert as a Domestic. He left the Navy at his own request in April 1882

 

Nicolas CALASCIONE, Captain’s Cook Assistant, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Fawn in 1881

 

Paolo CALEIA, born on 2nd January 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 103814

 

Paolo CALEIA, Gun Room Steward, aged 28 years, serving on HMS Temeraire in 1881

 

Carmino CALIA, born in Vittoriosa on 13th March 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355656

 

Carmino CALIA, born about 1882, Domestic, aged 19 years, serving on HMS Theseus in 1901

 

Alfonso CALLEIA, 122054, born 14th February 1863. Joined the Royal Navy in October 1882 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman, and made the Navy his career. He became and Able Seaman and left the Navy in February 1906

 

 

Assuero CALLEIA, died 20th January 1918. He was a Fireman travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea. Aged 47 years, the son of Paola and Pacifico Calleia, and husband of Giovanna Calleia of 32 Strada Lia, Zabbar

 

Domenick CALLEIA, born on 29th July 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 173224

 

Joseph CALLEIA, born in Hamrun on 15th March 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355643

 

Abele CALLEJA, born on 7th September 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. M33562

 

Alfred CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 23rd January 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365036

 

Andrew CALLEJA, born in Vittoriosa on 1st February 1863, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 147585

 

Angelo CALLEJA, J95037, born in Xewkija Gozo in October 1895. He joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on HMS Egmont II in February 1918 but left the service in July 1920

 

Antonio CALLEJA, of Valletta, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Antonio CALLEJA, born about 1845, Admiral’s Domestic, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Lord Warden in 1871

 

Antonio CALLEJA, born on 15th March 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J28601

 

Antonio CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 15th August 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 358165

 

Antonio CALLEJA, born on 9th June 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11367

 

Anthony CALLEJA, 360232, born 24th September 1881. He joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic on board HMS Hood in April 1902 but only served until June 1902

 

Anthony CALLEJA, 360232, born 24th September 1881. He joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic in 1902 and was on board HMS Hood

 

Carmelo CALLEJA, 122136, born in December 1860. Joined the Royal Navy in January 1883 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman. He served the whole of his time on board HMS Hibernia, and left in March 1891

 

Carmelo CALLEJA, died 1918, Officer’s Cook, serving at HMS Egmont

 

Carmelo CALLEJA, died 1920, Officer’s Cook, served on HMS Victory

 

Carmelo CALLEJA, born in Vittoriosa on 21st July 1871, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 167026

 

Carmelo CALLEJA, born in Hamrun on 17th August 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365067

 

Carmelo CALLEJA, born in Valletta in 1851, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 66593

 

Constantino CALLEJA, born in Vittoriosa on 1st May 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 297609

 

Domenic CALLEJA, E/LX21330, died 26th May 1940, on board the cruiser HMS Curlew, when it was bombed by German aircraft, and sank off Skaanland

 

Emanuele CALLEJA, born in St. Julians in 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52091

 

Emanuele CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 1st May 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 364578

 

Francesco CALLEJA, of Nasciar, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Francis CALLEJA, born in Vittoriosa about 1839, Ordinary Seaman, aged 22 years, serving on HMS Neptune in 1861

 

Francis CALLEJA, born in Vittoriosa, Shipwright, married, aged 41 years, serving on HMS Thunderer in 1881

 

Francis CALLEJA, born in March 1839, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 63523

 

G. CALLEJA, born in April 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89678

 

Giovanni CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 2nd November 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L14969

 

Giovanni CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 24th June 1855, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 133528

 

Giovanni CALLEJA, born on 30th March 1864, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 127509

 

Giovanni CALLEJA, 91095,  born Valletta 24th June 1854. Joined the Royal Navy in May 1875, and HMS Hercules as a Domestic

 

Giovanni CALLEJA, born on 7th May 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11252

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, Ordinary Seaman, married, aged 28 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1881

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, born on 13th February 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89657

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, died 1914, Officer’s Cook, served on HMS Glory

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, born in Valletta in June 1866, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 141345

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, born in Msida on 10th January 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K33483

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, born on 13th February 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89657

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, born in Hamrun on 20th March 1878, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356628

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 1st October 1843, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 146776

 

Giuseppe CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 19th March 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 103111

 

Guzeppi CALLEJA, a crew member of the Mooring Vessel Moor, lost his life on 8th April 1941 when the vessel struck a mine and quickly sank in Grand Harbour

 

John CALLEJA, 106370, born in Valletta on 24th June 1855. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1878 on board HMS Hibernia as a Domestic, but left in November 1878

 

Lorenzo CALLEJA, born in March 1868, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 146390

 

Paolo CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 2nd February 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12139

 

Paolo CALLEJA, born on 29th April 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11603

 

Paul CALLEJA, Leading Steward, died 27th April 1941, on board the destroyer HMS Diamond, when it was attacked by German Stuka dive-bombers, and sank

 

Rosario CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 4th October 1874, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 170986

 

Pietru CALLEJA, a crew member of the Mooring Vessel Moor, lost his life on 8th April 1941 when the vessel struck a mine and quickly sank in Grand Harbour

 

Salvo CALLEJA, of Mosta, joined HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain on 10th January  1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta

 

Salvo CALLEJA, 358582, born in Floriana 24th June 1881. Joined the Royal Navy 1900 as a Domestic on board HMS Royal Oak, and served on several ships. He became an Officer’s Steward and was still in the Navy in September 1919

 

Salvo CALLEJA, born in Valletta about 1882, Domestic, aged 19 years, serving on HMS Royal Oak in 1901

 

Spiridione CALLEJA, born in Valletta in 1858, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 103974

 

 

Spiridione CALLEJA, born in Valletta on 14th November 1856, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 98863

 

Ugo CALLEJA, born in Hamrun 5th June 1904. He joined the Royal Navy as an Officer's Cook, No. L14949, on board HMS Danae in March 1925. He was still serving in the Navy at the end of 1928

 

Carmelo CALLIGA, 362111, born 10th February 1886 in Cospicua. Joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic in 1904 on board HMS Hussar, and made it his career. He became an Officer’s Steward and was still in the Navy in 1926 and had served on several ships

 

Joseph CALLIJJA, born about 1877 in Valletta, Domestic, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Tamar in 1901

 

Joseph CALLIJJA, born in Valletta on 1st May 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the serviced No. 354134

 

A. CALLUS, died in WWI. A Petty Officer serving on HMS Egmont

 

Alfredo CALLUS, born about 1880 in Senglea, Domestic, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Thetis in 1901

 

Alfredo CALLUS, born in Senglea on 20th November 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 357605

 

Angelo CALLUS, born in Senglea on 16th November 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 235504

 

Carlo CALLUS, born in Valletta on 14th May 1858, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 96724

 

Carlo CALLUS, L4124, born in Valletta 16th July 1893, postman. Joined the Royal Navy in 1913 as an Officer’s Steward on board HMS Indefatigable, and served on several ships. He re-entered the Navy in June 1928 when his No. was changed to LX.20772

 

Carlo CALLUS, born in Valletta, Engineer’s Servant, married, aged 22 years, serving on HMS Thunderer in 1881

 

Carmelo CALLUS, born in Valletta on 19th October 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12351

 

Carmelo CALLUS, born in Valletta on 13th July 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L2577

 

Carmelo CALLUS, born in 1841, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 81984

 

Emanuel CALLUS, 359492, born in Valletta on 31st January 1881. Joined the Royal Navy in June 1901 on board HMS Tyne as a Domestic, but left in March 1902

 

Emanuel CALLUS, born in Valletta on 31st January 1881, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 359492

 

Gaetano CALLUS, born in Valletta in 1844, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 81857

 

Giomaria CALLUS, born in February 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52171

 

Giuseppe CALLUS, born on 15th October 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J93106

 

Giuseppe CALLUS, born on 21st March 1843, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 44370

 

Giuseppe CALLUS, born about 1843, Ward Room Steward, aged 28 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

J. CALLUS, died in WWI. He was a Cook serving on HMS Natal

 

Jos. CALLUS, born in April 1852, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 87184

 

Joseph CALLUS, born on 22nd May 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L3850

 

Joseph CALLUS, born in Valletta on 15th November 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L3808

 

Joseph CALLUS, born in Valletta on 26th July 1887, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 363973

 

Joseph CALLUS, born about 1881, Domestic, aged 20 years, serving on HMS Theseus in 1901

 

Joseph CALLUS, 358950, born in Valletta 3rd January 1881. Joined the Royal Navy in November 1900 as a Domestic on board HMS Theseus, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and died 30th December 1915 whilst on board the Cruiser HMS Natal. Whilst in the Cromarty Firth, there was an explosion in the magazine

 

Joseph CALLUS, Steward, E/LX25499, died 29th May 1941, on board the destroyer HMS Hereward, which was carrying troops evacuated from Crete and heading for Alexandria when they came under air attack

 

Ruggiero CALLUS, 360298, born in Valletta 12th April 1882. Joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic on board HMS Hibernia in May 1902 and made the Navy his career. He became an Officer’s Steward and served on several ships. His service No. was changed to LX.20268 and he was pensioned in August 1925

 

Salvatore CALLUS, born in Valletta on 12th January 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 360779

 

Vincent CALLUS, born in Valletta on 24th May 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L9974

 

Vincent CALLUS, born on 23rd October 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 357230

 

Vincenzo CALLUS, born in Valletta in April 1852, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 111128

 

Vincenzo CALLUS, born in Valletta, Bandsman, aged 25 years, serving on HMS Achilles in 1881

 

Saverio CALUANA, born about 1828, Carpenter’s Mate, aged 33 years, serving on HMS Medina in 1861

 

Constantine CAMALERI, born in Floriana on 13th April 1844, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 82766

 

Constantine CAMALERI, born about 1845, Engineer’s Steward, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Enterprise in 1871

 

Angelo CAMENZULI, born in Burmola on 20th September 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 195697

 

Anthony CAMENZULI, born in Gozo in November 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 233405

 

Anthony CAMENZULI, Leading Steward, E/LX21144, died 14th November 1940, on HMS Decoy

 

Carmelo CAMENZULI, born in September 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L14993

 

Carmelo CAMENZULI, L4345, born in Valletta 8th May 1893. Joined the Royal Navy in 1913 as an Officer’s Steward on board HMS Prosperine. He made the Navy his career and served on several ships. He re-entered the Navy in April 1927 when his No. was changed to LX.20594

 

Domenic CAMENZULI, Leading Steward, E/LX22083, died 25th May 1941, on board HMS Kelly

 

Filippo CAMENZULI, born in Gozo on 12th December 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J91686

 

Giovanni CAMEZULI, 362820, born in Sliema on 28th June 1885. Joined the Royal Navy in July 1904 on board HMS Queen as a Domestic, and left in June 1905

 

Salvatore CAMENZULI, born on 6th April 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11123

 

Timoleone CAMENZULI, born in September 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54383

 

 

Vincent CAMENZULI, born Floriana, 30th November 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.L.7846. He served on HMS Blanche during WWI.

 

Photo supplied by Joseph Scerri from his collection.

Angus James CAMERON, born 15th November 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89480

 

D.J. CAMERON, died in WWI. He was an Able Seaman serving on HMS Vivid

 

Duncan John Dall CAMERON, born in Valletta 28th September 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J12912

 

Walter James CAMERON, born in Valletta 14th April 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J33543

 

Giuseppe CAMIESOLS, 353051, born in Cospicua in 1861. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1894 as an Able Seaman on board HMS Stork

 

Angelo CAMILERI, born about 1819, Gun Room Steward, married, aged 42 years, seriving on HMS Gannet in 1861

 

Alfred CAMILLERI, Petty Officer Steward, E/LX15003, died 27th April 1941, on board the destroyer HMS Diamond, when it was attacked by German Stuka dive-bombers, and sunk

 

Alfredo CAMILLERI, born in Cospicua on 24th September 1881, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 359886

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born on 2nd January 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12246

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born in Valletta in January 1870, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56283

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born in March 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52173

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born in Senglea on 14th February 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 360769

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born on 5th September 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 127578

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born in June 1857, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 94323

 

Annunziato CAMILLERI, 362350, born in Valletta 6th February 1884. Joined the Royal Navy in 1904 as a Domestic on board HMS Bulwark

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born about 1833 in Burmola, married, aged 28 years serving on HMS Recruit in 1861

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born 8th October 1839, serving on HMS Lord Warden in 1870

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, born about 1850, Ordinary Seaman, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, Stoker, aged 30 years, serving on HMS Bittern in 1881

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, Captain’s Cook, married, aged 42 years, serving on HMS Antelope in 1881

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, Assistant Sick Berth Attendant, married, aged 30 years, serving on HMS Cygnet in 1881

 

Antonio CAMILLERI, Musician, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Falcon in 1881

 

Anthony CAMILLERI, 362429, born in Valletta 1st January 1884, messenger boy. Joined the Royal Navy in 1904 as a Domestic on board HMS Irresistible, and made it his career. He became an Officer’s Steward and served on several ships. He was still in the Navy in 1920

 

Anthony CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 19th April 1901, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13175

 

Augustine CAMILLERI, born in Valletta about 1842, Bandsman, aged 19 years, serving on HMS Exmouth in 1861

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, 360245, born in Valletta 3rd January 1880, a shop assistant. He joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic on board HMS Rupert in April 1902 but was discharged in February 1903 as unfit

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, J95020, born in Valletta in April 1888, a boatman. He joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on HMS Egmont II in February 1918 but invalided out with epilepsy in August 1918

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born on 3rd December 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L1135

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, died 31st May 1916, at the Battle of Jutland. He was serving as Canteen Assistant on the Battle Cruiser HMS Indefatigable. Three armour-piercing shells fired by the German Ship Von der Tann, penetrated the Indefatigable’s deck and exploded inside the ship blowing up a magazine. As the stricken ship started to sink by the stern more shells hit near the bow. This time within thirty seconds there was a violent explosion as another magazine blew up and the doomed ship heeled over and disappeared beneath the sea. It happened so fast that there were only two survivors and 1,019 men lost their lives

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in November 1889, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54403

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born on 3rd December 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11365

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in Birkirkara on 17th July 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12181

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born on 13th April 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54154

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K49004

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 6th November 1842, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J54003

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 20th April 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361394

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born on 31st October 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 360804

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in Senglea on 15th June 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No 356791

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in 1870, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 163940

 

Carmelo CAMILLERI, born in Valletta in April 1867, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 157919

 

Censu CAMILLERI, a crew member of the Mooring Vessel Moor, lost his life on 8th April 1941 when the vessel struck a mine and quickly sank in Grand Harbour

 

Edgar CAMILLERI, born in Gozo on 26th October 1893, joined the royal Navy and given the service No. L5236

 

Emmanuele CAMILLERI, born in Zabbar on 29th August 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. M12404

 

Emmanuele CAMILLERI, born in Zabbar in August 1888, joined the royal Navy and given the service No. L6396

 

Emmanuele CAMILLERI, born in Gozo in September 1887, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56242

 

Emmanuele CAMILLERI, died 20th January 1918. He was a Trimmer travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea. Aged 26 years, the son of Ann and Alexander Camilleri

 

Enrico CAMILLERI, born in Valletta about 1844, Bandsman, aged 17 years, serving on HMS Exmouth in 1861

 

Fidele CAMILLERI, born in Sliema on 18th September 1871, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 160315

 

Francesco CAMILLERI, born in Senglea on 11th December 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L1373

 

Francesco CAMILLERI, born on 1st November 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11602

 

Francesco CAMILLERI, born in Senglea on 11th December 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K20020

 

Francesco CAMILLERI, born on 10th July 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54161

 

Francesco CAMILLERI, born on 11th October 1878, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54152

 

Francesco CAMILLERI, J95072, born in Zurrieq in March 1892. He joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on HMS Egmont II in February 1918 but left the service in February 1919

 

Francesco CAMILLERI, born in Zabbar on 28th February 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13143

 

Francis CAMILLERI, 343952, born in Senglea 25th January 1877. Joined the Royal Navy in January 1901 as a Shipwright on HMS Hibernia, but died in Bighi Naval Hospital from pneumonia 7th May 1901

 

Gaetano CAMILLERI, born in June 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J90160

 

Gaetano Campbell CAMILLERI, born in Floriana on 14th September 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356874

 

George CAMILLERI, born in Sliema on 11th January 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L7849

 

Giorgio CAMILLERI, of Zeitun, served on HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain in 1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta

 

Giorgio CAMILLERI, died 20th January 1918. He was a Fireman travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea. Aged 33 years, the son of Catarina and Luigi Camilleri, and husband of Catarina Camilleri, nee Callus, of Zeitun

 

Giovanni CAMILLERI, of Zurrico, served on HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain in 1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta

 

Giovanni CAMILLERI, born in Floriana in February 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56258

 

Giovanni CAMILLERI, born in 1878, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52187

 

Giovanni CAMILLERI, born in Cospicua on 22nd June 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355234

 

Giovanni CAMILLERI, born in Burmola on 1st May 1863, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 133544

 

Giovanni CAMILLERI, born in Cospicua on 9th September 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 127575

 

Gio. Batta CAMILLERI, born on 14th May 1871, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54143

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 15th March 1887, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365378

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, born in Msida on 16th April 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365322

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, born in Burmola on 2nd May 1862, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 141793

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, born in Vittoriosa in 1864, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 123419

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, born on 1st October 1820, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 44348

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, of Zebbug, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, born in Rabat on 15th August 1902, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13081

 

Giuseppe CAMILLERI, born in Cospicua on 28th August 1903, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12238

 

Grazio CAMILLERI, born in January 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355096

 

John CAMILLERI, born in Cospicua in February 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95735

 

Joseph CAMILLERI, 359343, born in Floriana on 29th June 1880. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1901 on board HMS Theseus as a Domestic, but his record shows ‘Run’ in September 1901

 

Joseph CAMILLERI, J95103, born in Gozo in December 1888. Joined the Royal Navy on HMS Egmont in February 1918 as an Able Seaman. He left the service in August 1921

 

Jose CAMILLERI, born in Valletta in October 1870, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 157928

 

Joseph CAMILLERI (CAMMIELIERI), born in Valletta on 14th January 1889, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365760

 

Joseph CAMILLERI, born in Sliema on 5th May 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 230272

 

Joseph CAMILLERI, born on 1st January 1872, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 168831

 

Joseph CAMILLERI, born in Burmola in 1861, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 112421

 

Joseph CAMILLERI, born in Floriana in January 1854, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 108653

 

Lorenzo CAMILLERI, born on 23rd May 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361442

 

Lorenzo CAMILLERI, born in Vittoriosa in March 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K57825

 

Loreto CAMILLERI, born in August 1875, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54286

 

M. CAMILLERI, died in WWI. He was an Able Seaman, on a Royal Navy Minesweeper

 

Michael CAMMILERI, Ordinary Seaman, aged 20 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

Michael CAMILLERI, L3024, born in Senglea on 20th June 1892, a bumboat man. Joined the Royal Navy in July 1911 on board HMS Implacable as an Officer’s Cook but he became an Officer’s Steward. He left the Navy in January 1914

 

Michael CAMILLERI, born on 1st April 1854, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 85372

 

Michael J. CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 23rd December 1827, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 50610

 

Nicola CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 4th December 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361849

 

Paolo CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 8th September 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52062

 

Paolo CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 1st January 1858, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 93179

 

Paolo CAMILLERI, born in Sliema on 10th September 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13160

 

Peter CAMILLERI, born about 1844, Ward Room Cook, aged 27 years, serving on HMS Newport in 1871

 

Phillipo CAMILLERI, born in March 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54234

 

Pietro CAMILLERI, born in Gozo on 3rd October 1889, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L2637

 

Raefalo CAMILLERI, born in August 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the srvic  No. F54339

 

Richard CAMILLERI, born on 15th April 1878, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356311

 

Rocco CAMILLERI, 362354, born in Valletta 28th August 1883. Joined the Royal Navy in 1904 as a Domestic on board HMS Aboukir, and made it his career. He became an Officer’s Cook and served on several ships. He was still in the Navy in 1926, and re-enlisted when his No. was changed to LX.20469

 

Rocco CAMILLERI, Petty Officer Steward, E/LX20469, died 25th November 1941, on board the Battleship HMS Barham, which was torpedoed in the Eastern Mediterranean by the German U-Boat U-331. His ship exploded killing 862 members of the crew

 

Rogantino CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 2nd April 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 364049

 

Rosario CAMILLERI, born on 19th August 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 235507

 

Rosario CAMILLERI, born on 1st March 1850, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 63495

 

Rosario CAMILLERI, born in Valletta in March 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56241

 

Rosario CAMILLERI, born about 1849, Ordinary Seaman, aged 22 years, serving on HMS Newport in 1871

 

Rosario CAMILLERI, Able Seaman, married, aged 31 years, serving on HMS Alexandra in 1881

 

Salvatore CAMILLERI, 102499, born in Valletta in May 1845. Joined the Royal Navy in November 1877 on board HMS Research as a Domestic, but left in June 1879 at his own request

 

Salvatore CAMILLERI, 360176, born in Senglea 29th October 1882. Joined the Royal Navy and made it his career. His first ship was HMS Pegusus in 1902, when he was a Domestic. He served on several ships and was promoted to Officer’s Cook. He was still in the Navy in 1925

 

Salvatore CAMILLERI, 360176, born in Senglea 29th October 1882. Joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic in March 1902 on board HMS Pegasus. He made the Navy his career and served on several ships becoming an Officer’s Cook. Still serving in April 1925

 

Salvatore CAMILLERI, born in Misida on 6th March 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11141

 

Salvo CAMILLERI, born in Senglea on 2nd October 1871, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 34158

 

Salvo CAMILLERI, born about 1873 in Senglea, Shipwright, aged 28 years, serving on HMS Royal Sovereign in 1901

 

Serafino CAMILLERI, born in Valletta on 20th December 1847, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 92646

 

Vincent CAMILLERI, born about 1840, Captain’s Cook Assistant, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Orion in 1861

 

Vincenzo CAMILLERI, born in Valletta about 1823, Musician, married, aged 38 years, serving on HMS Exmouth in 1861

 

Vincenzo CAMILLERI, born in Floriana, Bandsman, married, aged 30 years, serving on HMS Thunderer in 1881

 

Vincenzo CAMILLERI, born in Floriana in January 1850, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 103498

 

Zaccaria CAMILLERI, born in Rabat on 15th May 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. KI46071

 

Antonio CAMILLIERI, born in Zabbar in February 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52092

 

Antonio CAMILLIERI, born in Zurrieq in April 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52069

 

Antonio CAMILLIERI, born 5th September 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 122836

 

Antonio CAMILLIERI, born on 7th February 1850, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 82904

 

Antonio CAMILLIERI, 122836, born on 5th September 1860. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1883 on board HMS Alexandra as a Bandsman, but left in April 1883

 

Carmelo CAMILLIERI, born in Tarxien on 22nd March 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52053

 

Giuseppe CAMILLIERI, born in Sliema in September 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52042

 

Lorenzo CAMILLIERI, born in Vittoriosa in March 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K57825

 

Lunziato CAMILLIRI, born in May 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361466

 

Michael CAMILLIRI, 358946, born in Zurrieq 15th November 1851. Joined the Royal Navy in November 1900 as a Domestic on board HMS Renown

 

Antonio CAMMELARI, born in 1859, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 94187

 

Thomas CAMMELARI, born in 1832, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 62272

 

Thomas CAMMELARI, born about 1833, Ward Room Steward, aged 38 years, married, serving on HMS Defence in 1871

 

Carmelo CAMMILLERI, 119976, born in August 1862. Joined the Royal Navy in August 1882 on board HMS Penelope as a Domestic, but left in October 1882

 

Carmelo CAMMILLERI, born about 1820, Domestic, aged 51 years, married, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

Carmelo CAMMILLERI, born in Sliema on 28th August 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L1123

 

Charles CAMMILLERI, born in Senglea on 21st September 1858, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 100339

 

Frederick CAMMILLERI, born about 1830, Ordinary Seaman, married, aged 31 years, in 1861 serving on HMS Hibernia

 

Giogio CAMMILLERI, born about 1820, Domestic, aged 41 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

John CAMMILLERI, 119989, born on 10th March 1863. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1882 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman, and made the Navy his career. His whole service was on HMS Hibernia. He became an Able Seaman and left the Navy in October 1904

 

John CAMMILLERI, born in Senglea, Ordinary Seaman, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Hibenia in 1881

 

John CAMMILLERI, born in Senglea on 16th March 1854, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 94322

 

Joseph CAMMILLERI, born in Burmola on 25th December 1865, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 354385

 

Lewis CAMMILLERI, 84939, born in April 1840. Joined the Royal Navy in January 1874 on board HMS Cockatrice as a Stoker, and left in January 1876

 

Michael CAMMILLERI, born about 1841, Ordinary Seaman, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

Michael CAMMILLERI, Ordinary Seaman, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1881

 

Michael CAMMILLERI, born in Burmola on 6th April 1859, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 108483

 

Michele CAMMILLERI, 362440, born 2nd April 1883 in Qormi. Joined the Royal Navy in 1904 as a Domestic on board HMS Bacchante

 

Peter CAMMILLERI, born in Valletta on 13th May 1834, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 90183

 

Salvo CAMMILLERI, born in Senglea on 1st February 1859, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 108485

 

Salvo CAMMILLERI, 353372, born in Senglea 27th June 1874. Joined the Royal Navy in July 1894 as a Musician, but became a member of the Carpenter’s Crew and served on several ships until invalided to shore due to epilepsy in November 1896

 

Vincenzo CAMMILLERI, born about 1839, Ordinary Seaman, married, aged 22 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

Vincenzo CAMMILLERI, born on 1st April 1849, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 131738

 

Paolo CAMMILLIERI, 106364, born in Valletta on 10th February 1845. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1878 on board HMS Black Prince as a Shoemaker. He left the Navy in October 1878

 

Philip CAMMILUM, born in Misida in October 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 233212

 

Giorgio CAMMIZULI, born about 1833, Ordinary Seaman, married, aged 28 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

Henry CANCENCENA, born about 1865, Domestic, aged 36 years, married, serving on HMS Vindictive in 1901

 

Henry CANINGENA, 122536, born in Senglea on 1st October 1864. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1883 on board HMS Cruiser as a Domestic, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and left the Navy in January 1910

 

Felini CANTAR, born about 1821, Ward Room Servant, married, aged 40 years, serving on HMS Greyhound in 1861

 

Giovanni CAPPELLO, of Mosta, on board HMS Juno in 1793. His ship was a 32 gun Frigate, launched in 1780, with a total complement of 215 men. There were 60 Maltese on the ship’s books and part of their wages was paid monthly to their families in Malta

 

Pietro CAPPELLO, born in Valletta on 29th August 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 138606

 

Louis CARABOT, born about 1834, Ordinary Seaman, married, aged 27 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

Francesco CARABOTT, died 20th January 1918. He was a Trimmer travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea. The son of Catarina and Lorenzo Carabott, and husband of Esther Carabott of Zeitun

 

Gaetano CARABOTT, died 20th January 1918. He was a Trimmer travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea. Aged 36 years, the son of Catarina and Lorenzo Carabott, and husband of Consiglia Carabott of Zeitun

 

G. CARABOTT, died 20th January 1918. He was a Trimmer travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea

 

Emanuel CARBONARO, born in Sliema 31st (3rd) December 1902, and as a civilian was a typist. He joined the Royal Navy in January 1925 as an Officer's Steward on board HMS Sandhurst. His service No. L14929

 

Francesco CARBONARO, born in Pieta on 19th July 1848, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 100352

 

Pio CARBONARO, born in Valletta on 13th September 1878, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355565

 

Luigi CARBONE, born in Zabbar on 28th July 1878, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52057

 

Salvatore CARBONE, K57993, born 12th May 1900 in Zabbar. Joined the Royal Navy in June 1919 as an Stoker, on board HMS Aquarius

 

Carmelo CARNANA, born in Valletta on 25th October 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 141429

 

Felice CARNANA, born on 8th August 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54948

 

Gaetano CARNANA, K57995, born October 1899. Joined the Royal Navy in June 1919 as an Stoker, on board HMS Aquarius

 

Giovanni CARNANA, born on 25th February 1872, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11928

 

Giuseppe CARNANA, born in Zeitun in February 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52066

 

Lorenzo CARNANA, born in Senglea in August 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95731

 

Michele CARNANA, born on 16th July 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J87984

 

Giacchinn CARNANE, born in Cospicua about 1875, Domestic, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Pyramus in 1901

 

Samuel CARRINGTON, born in Vittoriosa 17th July 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 237247

 

John CARROLL, born on 6th June 1887, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 222649

 

Angelo CARTER, born in Senglea on 25th January 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355482

 

Carmelo CARRUANA, born about 1841, Captain’s Cook Assistant, aged 19 years, serving on HMS Caesar in 1861

 

Alfred CARUANA, born about 1877 in Valletta, Bandsman, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Ramillies in 1901

 

Alfred CARUANA, born in Floriana on 27th March 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365541

 

Alfred CARUANA, born in Gozo on 29th October 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12647

 

Alfred CARUANA, born in Misida in March 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56237

 

Alfred CARUANA, born in Valletta on 7th May 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 353906

 

Amabilo CARUANA, born in Valletta in February 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 86683

 

Amadeo CARUANA, born in Valletta in 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L7844

 

Angelo CARUANA, born in Zeitun in November 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56268

 

Angelo CARUANA, born in Burmola in June 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356082

 

Angelo CARUANA, born in Burmola about 1880, Domestic, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Royal Oak in 1901

 

Antonio CARUANA, Assistant Sick Berth Attendant, married, aged 30 years, serving on HMS Cygnet in 1881

 

Antonio CARUANA, born in Valletta on 20th April 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13190

 

Antonio CARUANA, born in Qormi on 29th December 1862, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356666

 

Antonio CARUANA, born on 29th November 1861, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 118937

 

Antonio CARUANA, born in Valletta on 28th March 1851, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 75450

 

Antonio CARUANA, born in August 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54399

 

Antonio CARUANA, born in Vittoriosa on 6th January 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J72365

 

Carlo CARUANA, born in Valletta on 8th September 1872, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L3865

 

Carlo CARUANA, 360365, born in Sliema 15th July 1879. Joined the Royal Navy in 1902 as a Domestic on board HMS Canopus

 

Carmelo CARUANA, 164243, born in September 1872. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1891 on board HMS Agamemnon as a Bandsman. He also served on HMS Hawke, but left the Navy in November 1897

 

Carmelo CARUANA, L3005, born in Vittoriosa on 12th October 1891. Joined the Royal Navy in August 1911 on board HMS Egmont as an Officer’s Steward, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and was still in the Navy in April 1928

 

Carmelo CARUANA, E/L12305, Leading Steward, serving at HMS St.Angelo, Naval Shore base, died 23rd September 1946, aged 58 years. The son of Joseph and Filomena Caruana and husband of Maria Caruana of Zeitun

 

Carmelo CARUANA, born on 15th December 1852, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 44405

 

Carmelo CARUANA, born in October 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54299

 

Carmelo CARUANA, born on 10th November 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54531

 

Carmelo CARUANA, born on 1st July 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 98988


 

Carmelo CARUANA, born in Valletta on 24th June 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L5020

 

Domenico CARUANA, born in Cospicua on 8th September 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 308782

 

Dominico CARUANA, J95071, born in Valletta 12th August 1897. He joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on HMS Egmont II in February 1918 but left the service in January 1919

 

Edward CARUANA, born in Cospicua on 17th January 1889, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 363517

 

Emanuel CARUANA, born in Valletta on 24th December 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 88979

 

Emanele CARUANA, born on 5th May 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11984

 

Emmanuel CARUANA, 362188, born in Valletta 10th December 1885. Joined the Royal Navy in 1904 as a Domestic on board HMS Exmouth

 

Emmanuele CARUANA, born on 14th October 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11096

 

Emmanuele CARUANA, L4803, born in Valletta 6th July 1892. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1913 as an Officer’s Steward on board HMS Hibernia, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and was still in the Navy in 1928

 

Francesco CARUANA, J95108, born in Sliema on 3rd October 1868. Joined the Royal Navy on HMS Egmont in February 1918 as an Able Seaman. He was demobbed in January 1920

 

Francesco CARUANA, born in Floriana on 2nd December 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13191

 

Francis CARUANA, born about 1826, Bandsman, aged 35 years, serving on HMS Neptune in 1861

 

Francis CARUANA, born on 22nd April 1824, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 91149 (79621)

 

Franccoco CARUANA, 106376, born in Zabbar on 4th August 1838. Joined the Royal Navy in August 1878 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman, but left in April 1879

 

Frank CARUANA, born in Valletta, Tinsmith, aged 44 years, serving on HMS Minotaur in 1881

 

Frank CARUANA, born on 1st January 1844, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 97816

 

George CARUANA, born in Valletta on 4th October 1861, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 366385

 

George CARUANA, Warrant Officer’s Servant, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Monarch in 1881

 

Gianchinee CARUANA, 354773, born in Cospicua on 1st December 1874. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1896 on board HMS Camperdown as a Domestic. He became an Officer’s Steward and served on several ships. He left the Navy in December 1909

 

Gio Maria CARUANA, born on 25th March 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K33802

 

Giovanni CARUANA, born in Senglea in 1863, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355646

 

Giuseppe CARUANA, born on 20th July 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11596

 

Giuseppe CARUANA, born on 9th January 1874, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54535

 

Giuseppe CARUANA, born on 5th July 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52439

 

Giuseppe CARUANA, of Zeitun, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Giuseppe CARUANA, born about 1843, Stoker, aged 28 years, married, serving on HMS Caledonia in 1871

 

Giuseppe CARUANA, born in Vittoriosa on 27th February 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95351

 

Gregory CARUANA, E/LX22029, died 9th June 1940, on board the Aircraft Carrier HMS Glorious, when his ship was sunk off the Norwegian Coast by the German Battleships Gneisenau and Scharnhorst

 

John CARUANA, born in Sliema in December 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L52

 

John CARUANA, born on 12th December 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54532

 

Joseph CARUANA, born in Vittoriosa on 17th December 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13185

 

Joseph CARUANA, born on 25th December 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 360672

 

Joseph CARUANA, born in Valletta on 24th December 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 228305

 

Joseph CARUANA, born in Valletta on 20th March 1865, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 163972

 

Joseph CARUANA, born in Senglea on 9th November 1862, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 116833

 

Joseph CARUANA, born in Valletta in 1850, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 79779

 

Joseph CARUANA, born about 1851, Engineer’s Cook, aged 20 years, serving on HMS Rapid  in 1871

 

Joseph CARUANA, L4798, born in Sliema 15th July 1888. Joined the Royal Navy in August 1913 as an Officer’s Steward on board HMS Blake. A note on his record says ‘Run in Newcastle 1st December 1914’

 

Joseph CARUANA, Leading Seaman, E/JX138967, HMS St. Angelo, the Naval Shore base, died 11th June 1940

 

Lawrence alias Lorenzo CARUANA, born in Mosta on 1st April 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 363155

 

Lawrence CARUANA, born in 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 118953

 

Lewis CARUANA, born in 1837, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 63460

 

Lewis CARUANA, born in Isola about 1837, Ordinary Seaman, married, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Neptune in 1861

 

Lewis CARUANA, born about 1838, Stoker, aged 33 years, married, serving on HMS Newport in 1871

 

Lewis CARUANA, Stoker, married, aged 47 years, serving on HMS Iris in 1881

 

Lorenzo CARUANA, 122056, born in 1863. Joined the Royal Navy in October 1882 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman, and left in October 1885

 

Lorenzo CARUANA, born in Senglea on 17th July 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K58000

 

Laurenco CARUANA, 362971, born in Gozo on 8th April 1883. Joined the Royal Navy in October 1904 on board HMS Aboukir as a Domestic. He served on several ships and became an Officer’s Cook. He left the Navy in November 1907

 

Lorenzo CARUANA, 362461, born in Mosta 1st April 1884. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1904 as a Domestic on board HMS Vulcan, but he left the Navy in September 1904 at his own request. He re-enlisted as Lawrence Caruana, with the No.363155

 

Lorenzo CARUANA, K58000, born in Senglea 17th July 1888. Joined the Royal Navy in 1919 as a Stoker on board HMS Aquarius

 

Lorenzo CARUANA, born in Zabbar on 18th March 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13356

 

Michael CARUANA, born in Valletta, Stoker, married, aged 39 years, serving on HMS Minotaur in 1881

 

Michael CARUANA, born on 2nd March 1843, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 83711

 

Paolo CARUANA, 122002, born on 7th June 1853 at Verdala. Joined the Royal Navy in May 1882 on board HMS Alexandra as a Domestic, but left in December 1882

 

Paolo CARUANA, 106479, born on 10th May 1853. Joined the Royal Navy in November 1878 on board HMS Minotaur as a Stoker. He served on a few ships and  left the Navy in November 1886

 

Raffaele CARUANA, born 2nd June 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361468

 

Romeo CARUANA, born in Calcara on 15th September 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L5474

 

Salvadore CARUANA, of Valletta, joined HMS L’Aigle on 28th December 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Salvatore CARUANA, born about 1838, Bandsman, aged 33 years, married, serving on HMS Prince Consort in 1871

 

Salvatore CARUANA, Bandsman, married, aged 41 years, serving on HMS Euryalus in 1881

 

Salvatore CARUANA, born on 26th March 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J93347

 

Salvo CARUANA, born in Vittoriosa in October 1867, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 137079

 

Saverio CARUANA, born in December 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54390

 

Saverio CARUANA, born on 23rd May 1859, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 111448

 

Saverio CARUANA, Admiral’s Domestic, married, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Alexandra in 1881

 

Spiro CARUANA, born on 22nd December 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356890

 

Spiro CARUANA, born about 1877, Musician, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Melita in 1901

 

Tancready CARUANA, born on 3rd April 1855, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 105259

 

Tancredy CARUANA, Ward Room Cook Assistant, married, aged 25 years, serving on HMS Invincible in 1881

 

Vincent CARUANA, born in January 1846, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 103117

 

Vincent CARUANA, 122406, born in Burmola on 8th December 1862, a carpenter. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1883, on board HMS Carysfort as a member of the Carpenter’s Crew, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and became a Shipwright and held the rank of Leading Shipwright when he left the Navy in March 1903

 

Vincent Mary CARUANA, 354804, born in Valletta on 20th January 1877. Joined the Royal Navy in May 1896 on board HMS Trafalgar as a Domestic, and made the Navy his career. He became an Officer’s Steward and served on several ships. He was still in the Navy in June 1921

 

Vincent CARUANA, born about 1863 in Burmola, Leading Shipwright, aged 38 years, serving on HMS Ramillies in 1901

 

Vincent CARUANA, Petty Officer, E/JX 138978, died when HM Drifter Justified was lost 16th June 1942

 

Vittorio CARUANA, born on 8th January 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54135

 

George CARUANNA, 106363, born in Valletta in November 1854. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1878 on board HMS Black Prince as a Domestic. He made the Navy his career and served on several ships. He became an Officer’s Cook, and left the Navy in February 1917

 

Robert Francis CARVER, born on 3rd May 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 209002

 

Frederick Lawrence CARVER-TROTTER, born in Vittoriosa on 3rd March 1907, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J109014

 

Gaetano CASCARDI, born on 1st September 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11787

 

Carmelo CASCHIA, Carpenter’s Crew, married, aged 32 years, serving on HMS Decoy in 1881

 

Henry CASENCENA, 119510, born on 28th March 1864 in Valletta. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1882 on board HMS Invincible as a Domestic, but left in January 1883

 

Alfred CASHA, 362445, born in Senglea 15th April 1886. Joined the Royal Navy in 1904 as a Domestic on board HMS London

 

Amabile CASHA, born about 1864, Domestic, married, aged 37 years, serving on HMS Melita, in 1901

 

Amabile CASHA, born on 16th March 1864, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 139312

 

Amabile CASHA, born in Valletta on 19th March 1864, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 149075

 

Angelo CASHA, of Zurrico, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Antonio CASHA, born in Valletta, about 1838, Bandsman, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Liffey in 1861

 

Carmelo CASHA, born in Senglea on 24thSeptember 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 240059

 

Frank CASHA, born in Valletta on 24th June 1852, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 108492

 

Gaetan CASHA, Steward, E/LX22630, died 9th November 1942, on board the minesweeper HMS Cromer when it was sunk off Mersa Matruh

 

Genesio CASHA, born on the 15th July 1842, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 151318

 

Giovanni CASHA, of Valletta, served on HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain in 1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta

 

Michael CASHA, L4919, born in Pieta 20th July 1893. Joined the Royal Navy in October 1913 as an Officer’s Cook on board HMS Colossus, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and was still in the Navy in 1927

 

Pietro CASHA, of Zurrico, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Salvatore CASHA, of Zurrico, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Vincent CASHA, born on 12th June 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 90184

 

Raffaele CASIIO, 360362, born 16th August 1881. Joined the Royal Navy in 1902 as a Domestic on board HMS Tyne

 

Giuseppe CASINGENA, 139937, born on 20th November 1866. Joined the Royal Navy in December 1886 on board HMS Egeria as a Bandsman, and left the Navy in February 1890

 

A. CASSAR, born on 14th May 1878, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 357171

 

Alfredo CASSAR, 354866, born in Valletta on 17th April 1877. Joined the Royal Navy in June 1896 on board HMS Grafton as a Bandsman, and served on several ships. His record shows ‘Run April 1904’

 

Alfred CASSAR, born about 1878, Bandsman, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Theseus in 1901

 

Alfred CASSAR, born on 5th March 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 357042

 

Amabile CASSAR, born in Cospicua on 29th June 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 215476

 

Andrew CASSAR, born on 14th October 1856, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 108486

 

Andrew CASSAR, Ordinary Seaman, married, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1881

 

Angelo CASSAR, born about 1878, Domestic, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Illustrious in 1901

 

Angelo CASSAR, born in August 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52175

 

Angelo CASSAR, born in Msida on 1st July 1874, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 175652

 

Antonio CASSAR, born on 11th September 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K57814

 

Antonio CASSAR, born in Zabbar on 13th May 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 221144

 

Antonio CASSAR, Ordinary Seaman, aged 34 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1861

 

Antonio CASSAR, K57814, born 11th September 1894, joined the Royal Navy

 

Angelo CASSAR, born in Zeitun on 2nd January 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95741

 

Carmelo CASSAR, died 20th January 1918. He was a Stoker travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea. Aged 27 years, the son of Giuseppa and Giovanni Cassar, and husband of Carmela Cassar, of 82 Strada Reale, Zeitun

 

 

Carmelo CASSAR, born in Cospicua in April 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56262

 

Carmelo CASSAR, born in Zeitun in December 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K49013

 

Carmelo CASSAR, born in Misida on 8th February 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95724

 

Carmelo CASSAR, born in November 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89682

 

Emmanuel CASSAR, born on 15th December 1856, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  105264

 

Carmelo CASSAR, born in Cospicua on 17th February 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L6479

 

Charles CASSAR, born in Senglea on 24th July 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 363898

 

Emanuele CASSAR, born on 29th December 1873, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K54520

 

Emmanuele CASSAR, 91002, born Cospicua 7th December 1855, musician. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1875 as a Bandsman on HMS Undaunted

 

Enrico CASSAR, born in Valletta on 8th September 1881, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 366257

 

Felice CASSAR, of Zeitun, joined HMS L’Aigle on 23rd December 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Francesco CASSAR, born on 30th July 1869, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  165030

 

Frederick CASSAR, born in Valletta in July 1865, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 135163

 

Gaetano CASSAR, born on 27th July 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J91687

 

Gennario CASSAR, born about 1847, Lamptrimmer, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Royal Oak in 1871

 

Geomaria CASSAR, born on 28th November 1846, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 84923

 

Giacinte CASSAR, Bandsman, married, aged 33 years, serving on HMS Superb in 1881

 

Giacinto CASSAR, born in 1847, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 100205

 

Giovanni Battista CASSAR, of Valletta, joined HMS L’Aigle on 22nd December 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Giovanni Battista CASSAR, 353146, born in Valletta 16th January 1876. Joined the Royal Navy in March 1894 as a Domestic on board HMS Camperdown, and served on several ships

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, of Zeitun, on board HMS Juno in 1793. His ship was a 32 gun Frigate, launched in 1780, with a total complement of 215 men. There were 60 Maltese on the ship’s books and part of their wages was paid monthly to their families in Malta

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, 353034, born in Cospicua 8th December 1871. Joined the Royal Navy in January 1894 as a Cooper on HMS Hibernia. Invalided to shore April 1909

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, born about 1872 in Cospicua, aged 29 years, Carpenter’s Crew, serving on HMS Royal Sovereign in 1901

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, 16G, Fireman, Royal Navy Reserve, died 15th October 1917, aged 39 years. He was on board M.F.A. Whitehead when it was torpedoed by a German U-boat about 40 miles off Suda Bay, Crete. The son of Vittoria and Francisco Cassar and husband of Margherita Cassar, of Hamrun

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, born on 8th September 1872, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  160496

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, born in November 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  J89647

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, born in Senglea on 20th September 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  361390

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, born in Valletta on 29th July 1867, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  135350

 

Giuseppe CASSAR, born on 22nd October 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  123446

 

Henry CASSAR, born in Senglea on 8th September 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  356875

 

Henry CASSAR, born in Floriana on 4th March 1865, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  151321

 

Henry CASSAR, born in Senglea on 9th September 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356102

 

Henry CASSAR, Stoker, married, aged 32 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1881

 

Henry CASSAR, born about 1878, Domestic, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Rambler in 1901

 

James CASSAR, 360219, born in Burmola 2nd January 1880. He joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic on board HMS Andromeda in April 1902 and made the Navy his career. He became an Officer’s Steward and served on several ships. He re-enlisted on 21st June 1926 when his service No. was changed to LX.20278

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Valletta on 6th January 1903, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12527

 

Joseph CASSAR, Steward, E/LX23053, died 18th April 1941, on board the Convoy ship Fiona, when it was bombed off the Egyptian coast

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Cospicua on 6th July 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  297603

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Valletta on 30th April 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  L12138

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Valletta on 1st December 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  357892

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Sliema on 23rd November 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  J94343

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Valletta on 24th February 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  L5026

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Sliema on 25th May 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  357796

 

Joseph CASSAR, born on 15th July 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  357109

 

Joseph CASSAR, born on 1st April 1873, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  164572

 

Joseph CASSAR, born in Senglea in July 1869, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  157897

 

Joseph CASSAR, born on 1st June 1857, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  98990

 

Lawrence CASSAR, born about 1847, Engineer’s Servant, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Prince Consort in 1871

 

Lorenzo CASSAR, of Valletta, on board HMS Aurora or HMS Captain in 1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta.

 

Lorenzo CASSAR, alias CASSELL, born 2nd May 1849, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  44394

 

Lorenzo CASSAR, born in Hamrun on 10th August 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  J89318

 

Luigi CASSAR, born in Floriana in 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12214

 

Mansel CASSAR, born on 17th June 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L9577

 

Nicola CASSAR, born on 20th September 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J91689

 

Paolo CASSAR, born in Gozo on 2nd June 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 300690

 

Paolo CASSAR, born in Qormi on 25th January 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K52103

 

Paolo CASSAR, born in Valletta on 19th February 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K33482

 

Philip CASSAR, 360182, born in Citta Vecchia 19th September 1880. He joined the Royal Navy in March 1902 as a Domestic on board HMS Diana, but was found unfit and discharged in April 1902

    

Phillipino CASSAR, born in Zebbug on 19th September 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L10478

 

Publio CASSAR, J95141, born in Floriana, March 1896, Engine Driver. Joined the Royal Navy as Able Seaman on board HMS Egmont II on 15th May 1918, and was demobbed 3rd February 1919

 

Raffaele CASSAR, 359306, born in Burmola on 4th February 1882. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1901 on board HMS Diana as a Domestic, but left in September 1901

 

Salvo CASSAR, born in Burmola in December 1853, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 116824

 

Salvo CASSAR, born in Burmola on 13th July 1851, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 95969

 

Spiro CASSAR, born on 28th March 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11201

 

Vincenzo CASSAR, born in December 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89648

 

Vincenzo CASSAR, born in Valletta on 23rd December 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  360793

 

Samuel CASSELL, born about 1849, Ordinary Seaman, aged 22 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

Leone CASTLES, born in Cospicua in July 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 201777

 

Thomas CASTLES, born in Cospicua on 27th September 1904, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J105268

 

Joseph/James CATAINA, aged 25 years, Ordinary Seaman, married, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

Alfonso CATANIA, born on 15th July 1859, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 127434

 

Antonio CATANIA, J95105, born in Gozo in June 1893. Joined the Royal Navy on HMS Egmont in February 1918 as an Able Seaman. He was demobbed in September 1919

 

Carmel CATANIA, Steward, E/LX24312, died 9th November 1942, on board the minesweeper HMS Cromer when it was sunk off Mersa Matruh

 

Carmelo CATANIA, born in Valletta on 15th April 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  173441

 

Emmanuel CATANIA, born in Cospicua on 5th January 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. M5472

 

Francis CATANIA, born in Floriana on 25th February 1862, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  357676

 

Francis CATANIA, born about 1862, Domestic, aged 33 years, married, serving on HMS Surprise in 1901

 

Frank CATANIA, born in Valletta on 12th October 1875, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361089

 

Giomaria CATANIA, born on 3rd March 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54382

 

Giuseppe CATANIA, Coxswain Pinnace, married, aged 37 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1881

 

Giuseppe CATANIA, born on 29th May 1845, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  44354

 

Guiseppe CATANIA, born on 30th May 1886, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  L11966

 

Gozomo CATANIA, 353473, born in Floriana May 1873. Joined the Royal Navy in August 1894 as a Domestic on board HMS Howe

 

Ignazea CATANIA, 122834, born on 29th January 1860. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1883 on board HMS Alexandra as a Bandsman, and left in March 1885

 

Ignazio CATANIA, born on 29th January 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 122834

 

James CATANIA, Stoker, married, aged 34 years, serving on HMS Alexandra in 1881

 

James CATANIA, born on 5th May 1844, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  44388

 

Luigi CATANIA, born on 1st January 1866, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 131091

 

Spiro CATANIA, born in Valletta on 25th April 1869, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 143369

 

Spiro CATANIA, born on 18th February 1901, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11247

 

Giuseppe CATANO, born about 1845, Ordinary Seaman, aged 26 years, married, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

Alfred Skee CAUCHI, born on 27th April 1889, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L3620

 

Angelo CAUCHI, born in Floriana on 15th August 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89317

 

Angelo CAUCHI, of Gozo, on board HMS Juno in 1793. His ship was a 32 gun Frigate, launched in 1780, with a total complement of 215 men. There were 60 Maltese on the ship’s books and part of their wages was paid monthly to their families in Malta

 

Anthony CAUCHI, born about 1876, aged 25 years, married, Domestic, serving on HMS Tyne in 1901

 

Anthony CAUCHI, born on 16th January 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L5280

 

Anthony CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 31st January 1875, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 177569

 

Anthony CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 31st January 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 158253

 

Antonio CAUCHI, born in June 1877, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J90013

 

Baptist CAUCHI, born on 16thApril 1845, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 44387

 

Carmelo CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 22nd March 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 363408

 

Carmelo CAUCHI, born in Hamrun on 11th November 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L8490

 

Carmelo CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 23rd July 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K43686

 

Carmelo CAUCHI (CANCHI), born in Cospicua on 1st July 1872, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 176547

 

Carmelo CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 25th July 1863, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 140569

 

Carmelo CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 4th December 1859, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 103049

 

Domenic CAUCHI, Leading Steward, E/LX21861, died 18th April 1941, on board the Convoy ship Fiona, when it was bombed off the Egyptian coast

 

Domenico CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 15th May 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L1690

 

Elias CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 21st September 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13634

 

Emanuele CAUCHI, born in May 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54311

 

Francesco CAUCHI, born in Floriana on 5th October 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J88122

 

Francesco CAUCHI, of Zebbug, served on HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain in 1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta

 

Francesco CAUCHI, of Floriana, served on HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain in 1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta

 

Gaetano CAUCHI, of Siggiewi, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

George CAUCHI, born in Floriana on 28th January 1881, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 358070

 

Giovanni CAUCHI, born on 10th September 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K55077

 

Giovanni CAUCHI, born in Floriana on 22nd November 1889, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L10937

 

Giovanni CAUCHI, born in 1881, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95159

 

Giuseppe CAUCHI, born in 1865, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 141342

 

Giovanni CAUCHI, J95073, born Ghainsielem Gozo in January 1894. He joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on HMS Egmont II in February 1918 but left the service in January 1919

 

Giuseppe CAUCI, J95059, born in Gozo in December 1871. He joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on HMS Egmont II in February 1918 but left the service in February 1919

 

Giuseppe CAUCHI, 354558, born in Floriana on 24th November 1877. Joined the Royal Navy in February 1896 on board HMS Barfleur as a Domestic, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and became an Officer’s Steward. He left the Navy in June 1924 with a pension

 

Giuseppe CAUCHI, born about 1878 in Floriana, Domestic, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Royal Oak in 1901

 

Giuseppe CAUCHI, born in 1881, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95155

 

Giuseppe CAUCI, J95027, born in Gozo in February 1899. He joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on HMS Egmont II in February 1918 but left the service in February 1919

 

J. CAUCHI, died 31st May 1916 at the Battle of Jutland. He was and Officer’s Steward on the Armed Cruiser HMS Black Prince. His ship had sustained some damage from a heavy shell during the day, but became separated from other British ships and around midnight came across German battleship Thuringen about 1,000 yards away. The German ship turned her powerful spotlights onto the Black Prince and opened fire with her 12inch guns. Less than a minute after the shells struck there were two massive explosions as the magazines blew up. Every one of the 857 men on board lost their lives

 

John CAUCHI, born about 1815, Bumboat Man, aged 56 years, married, serving on HMS Prince Consort in 1871

 

John CAUCHI, born about 1875 in Valletta, Domestic, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Renown in 1901

 

Joseph CAUCHI, 360009, born in Valletta 2nd April 1880. Joined the Royal Navy. Served on HMS Renown as a Domestic, 2nd November 1901 to 11th June 1902

 

John CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 8th December 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 358104

 

John CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 28th September 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 357571

 

John CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 7th April 1874, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 353878

 

John CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 17th August 1871, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 151288

 

Joseph CAUCHI, L4144, born in Hamrun 1st April 1893. Joined the Royal Navy in 1912 as an Officer’s Steward on board HMS Hibernia

 

Joseph CAUCHI, born in Sliema on 24th December 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11043

 

Manuel CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 15th December 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 357655

 

Manuele CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 15th December 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356641

 

Nazzareno CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 1st March 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L7845

 

Rafel CAUCHI, a crew member of the Mooring Vessel Moor, lost his life on 8th April 1941 when the vessel struck a mine and quickly sank in Grand Harbour

 

Raffaele CAUCHI, 204484, born in Vittoriosa in March 1881, a boatman. Joined the Royal Navy in May 1899 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman. He made the Navy his career and served on several ships. He became an Able Seaman then Leading Seaman, and left the Navy in August 1921

 

Ricardo CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 3rd January 1869, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 147060

 

Samuele CAUCHI, born in September 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54348

 

Spiro CAUCHI, 157475, born in Valletta 21st April 1863. Joined the Royal Navy in 1890 as a Domestic on board HMS Edinburgh

 

Spiridione CAUCHI, born in Valletta on 6th October 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 366386

 

Victor CAUCHI, born in Cospicua on 22nd June 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11779

 

Baptist CAUCI, born about 1845, Ordinary Seaman, aged 26 years, married, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1871

 

Baptist CAUCI, Able Seaman, married, aged 36 years, serving on HMS Hibernia in 1881

 

Giuseppe CAUCI, born in Floriana, Domestic, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Royal Oak in 1901

 

Michelangelo CAUCHI, of Valletta, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Rosario CAUCI, died 18th June 1942, aged 49 years. He was a Carpenter on RFA Brambleleaf, a Fleet oiler. They had left Alexandria, Egypt, for Tobruk when attacked by a German U-boat off the Egyptian coast. Two crewmen died, the other 58 were rescued by the Greek Navy and taken back to Alexandria. The Brambleleaf did not sink, and was later towed back to Alexandria and used as an oil hulk

 

Giuseppe CAZALLETTO, 139944, born in Senglea on 11th August 1867. Joined the Royal Navy in November 1886 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and became an Able Seaman. He left the Navy in June 1913

 

Domenico CEFAI, 360359, born 29th September 1880 in Sliema. He joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic on board HMS Renown in June 1902 but his record shows ‘Run’ in November 1902

     

George CEFAI, born in Valletta on 14th February 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 360774

 

Giuseppe CEFAI, born on 21st June 1865, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 128279

 

Joseph CEFAI, born in Floriana on 20th May 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 362113

 

Saverio CELIA, born in Valletta in January 1861, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 114421

 

S. CELIA, Captain’s Cook Assistant, aged 20 years, serving on HMS Temeraire in 1881

 

Paolo CERAMI, 356031, born in Valletta, on 19th September 1875, messenger. Joined the Royal Navy as a Domestic on board HMS Camperdown on 10th October 1897, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and became an Officer’s Steward in 1907. He died 20th January 1918 when HMS Louvain was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea

 

George CHAMBERS, born in Senglea on 8th September 1868, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 148544

 

William CHAMBERS, born in Senglea on 1st September 1868, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 146391

 

Gilbert Horace CHAPMAN, born on 6th June 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.F31541

 

Franciso CHETCUKA, 122103, born in Valletta on 4th December 1849. Joined the Royal Navy in December 1882 on board HMS Temeraire as a Bandsman, but left in April 1883

 

Francis CHATCUTI, born about 1876, Domestic, aged 25 years, serving on HMS Theseus in 1901

 

Assuero CHETCUTE, born in Burmola, Stoker, aged 24 years, serving on HMS Thunderer in 1881

 

Angelo CHETCUTI, of Bormola, on board HMS Juno in 1793. His ship was a 32 gun Frigate, launched in 1780, with a total complement of 215 men. There were 60 Maltese on the ship’s books and part of their wages was paid monthly to their families in Malta

 

Anthony CHETCUTI, born in Floriana on 14th January 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J80853

 

Assuero CHETCUTI, 99995, born in Burmola on 7th June 1856. Joined the Royal Navy in March 1877 on board HMS Hibernia as a Stoker, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and left the Navy with a pension in June 1897

 

Carmel CHETCUTI, AB, E/JX165102, died 20th February 1941, when the Royal Navy Trawler Ouse was sunk by a mine at Tobruk

 

Emidio CHETCUTI, born in Msida on 17th September 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 363244

 

Emmanuel CHETCUTI, born in Floriana in December 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 234086

 

Francesco CHETCUTI, born in Valletta on 12th December 1901, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12752

 

Francesco CHETCUTI, born in Valletta on 12th December 1901, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12752

 

Francis CHETCUTI, Domestic, aged 25 years, serving on HMS Theseus in 1901

 

Francisco CHETCUTI, 353148, born in Cospicua 15th April 1875. Joined the Royal Navy in March 1894 as a Domestic on board HMS Collingwood, and served on several ships. He became an Officer’s Steward and was still in the Navy in August 1914

 

Giovanni CHETCUTI, 107967, born in Valletta in April 1856. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1879 on board HMS Monarch as a Domestic

 

Giuseppe CHETCUTI, died 31st May 1916 at the Battle of Jutland. He was an Officer’s Steward on the Armed Cruiser HMS Black Prince. His ship had sustained some damage from a heavy shell during the day, but became separated from other British ships and around midnight came across German battleship Thuringen about 1,000 yards away. The German ship turned her powerful spotlights onto the Black Prince and opened fire with her 12inch guns. Less than a minute after the shells struck there were two massive explosions as the magazines blew up. Every one of the 857 men on board lost their lives

 

Giuseppe CHETCUTI, born on 1st April 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L1324

 

Giuseppe CHETCUTI, born in Valletta in January 1895, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K56236

 

Giuseppe CHETCUTI, born in Cospicua on 1st April 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J51339

 

Giuseppe CHETCUTI, born in Citta Vecchia on 16th October 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J86374

 

Giuseppe CHETCUTI, born in Cospicua on 24th June 1887, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 364156

 

John CHETCUTI, Leading Steward, E/LX22787, died 25th November 1941, on board the Battleship HMS Barham, which was torpedoed in the Eastern Mediterranean by the German U-Boat U-331. His ship exploded killing 862 members of the crew

 

Martino CHETCUTI, born in Zabbar on 14th November 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K31872

 

Paolo CHETCUTI, L3424, born on 25th December 1891. Joined the Royal Navy in January 1912 on board HMS Cornwallis as an Officer’s Steward, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and left the Navy in August 1919

 

Salvatore CHETCUTI, born about 1871 in Burmola, Carpenter’s Crew, aged 30 years, serving on HMS Royal Sovereign in 1901

 

Salvatore CHETCUTI, born in Cospicua on 24th January 1870, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355871

 

Salvatore CHEVALIER, 362446, born 5th April 1886 in Valletta, musician. Joined the Royal Navy in 1904 as a Bandsman on board HMS Illustrious. He left the Navy at his own request 31st December 1906

 

Alexander CHIRCOP, born in Senglea on 1st August 1882, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 301150

 

Angelo CHIRCOP, born on 5th March 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  F54265

 

Anthony CHIRCOP, born in Senglea on 16th July 1849, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 93077

 

Carmelo CHIRCOP, born in Cospicua on 11th October 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L12540

 

Carmelo CHIRCOP, F.715, died 18th March 1915. He was a Fireman on HMS Inflexible engaged in attacking the Dardanelles forts when he was killed along with a number of shipmates

 Photo supplied by Joseph Scerri from his collection

 

E. CHIRCOP, died 20th January 1918. He was a Stoker travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea

 

Emidio CHIRCOP, born in Valletta in April 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361827

 

Emmanuele CHIRCOP, died 31st May 1916, at the Battle of Jutland. He was serving as an Officer’s Steward on the Battle Cruiser HMS Indefatigable. Three armour-piercing shells fired by the German Ship Von der Tann, penetrated the Indefatigable’s deck and exploded inside the ship blowing up a magazine. As the stricken ship started to sink by the stern more shells hit near the bow. This time within thirty seconds there was a violent explosion as another magazine blew up and the doomed ship heeled over and disappeared beneath the sea. It happened so fast that there were only two survivors, and 1,019 men lost their lives

 

Emmanuele CHIRCOP, born in Valletta on 25th June 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  L6420 (L6393)

 

Francis CHIRCOP, was born in Vittoriosa, the son of Lorenzo and Lucrezia Chircop, nee Licari. Both parents were also born in Vittoriosa. He joined the Royal Navy and served as a Steward during the Second World War. He moved to Canada later in life and died there on 1st November 1980. His wife was Kitty Grech from Paola

 

Francis Chircop

Photo supplied by Denis A. Darmanin from his collection

 

Gaetano CHIRCOP, born on 30th October 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  J93369

 

Gaetano CHIRCOP, died 31st May 1916 at the Battle of Jutland. He was a Canteen Assistant on board the Armoured Cruiser HMS Defence, which was the flagship of Rear Admiral Sir Robert Arbuthnot. His ship came under intense gunfire from six German dreadnoughts, and was set ablaze, a further salvo hit the ship which then exploded sending smoke and flames hundreds of feet high. All the 903 men on board lost their lives

 

Giuseppe CHIRCOP, of Valletta, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy. He left his ship in February 1797

 

Joseph CHIRCOP, born in Vittoriosa in July 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  308781

 

Lorenzo CHIRCOP, born in Vittoriosa on 19th February 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L1185

 

Paolo CHIRCOP, born in Senglea on 10th February 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 297602

 

Paolo CHIRCOP, born in Valletta on 19th April 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No.  K49006

 

Paolo CHIRCOP, died 20th January 1918. He was a Stoker on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea

 

Spiridione CHIRCOP, 358581, born 1st January 1877, musician. Joined the Royal Navy 1900 as a Bandsman on board HMS Theseus

 

Spiro CHIRCOP, born about 1878, Bandsman, aged 23 years, serving on HMS Theseus in 1901

 

John Alexander CHISHAM, born on 30th July 1868, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 159399

 

John CHISHAM, born about 1869, Chief ERA, aged 32 years, married, serving on HMS Orlando in 1901

 

Vincent CHOFAI, born about 1843, Tinsmith, aged 28 years, serving on HMS Lord Warden in 1871

 

Vincent CHOFAI, Tinsmith, married, aged 38 years, serving on HMS Alexandra in 1881

 

Vincent CHOFAI, born in Valletta on 1st November 1844, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 50507

 

Charles Arbuthnot CHRISTIAN, Midshipman, aged 18 years, serving on HMS Tourmaline in 1881

 

Paul CHRISTIANS, born about 1869, Domestic, aged 32 years, married, serving on HMS Vindictive in 1901

 

Thomas CHRISTOPHORNO, born about 1826, Bandsman, aged 35 years, serving on HMS Leopard in 1861

 

Alfred CHURCH, born in Misida about 1868, Domestic, aged 33 years, married, serving on HMS Rupert in 1901

 

Alfred CHURCH, born in Msida on 12th November 1867, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 139331

 

Carmelo CHURCH, born in Misida 5th September 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L2833

 

Henry CHURCH, born 20th January 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L11597

 

James CHURCH, born in Misida 25th October 1888, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365395

 

Ovidio CHURCH, Steward, E/LX23166, died 14th October 1939, on board the Battleship HMS Royal Oak, when it was torpedoed in Scapa Flow, Scotland, by the German U-Boat U-47. The ship sank with the loss of over 830 officers and men

 

Antonio CIANTAR, born in Valletta on 15th November 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. M29124

 

Antonio CIANTAR, born in Vittoriosa in September 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 207589

 

Carlo CIANTAR, born in Valletta in 1846, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 105158

 

Carmelo CIANTAR, born in 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89662

 

Emanuele CIANTAR, born in Valletta on 10th August 1865, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 132758

 

Filippo CIANTAR, born in Valletta on 14th January 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13144

 

Giomaria CIANTAR, J95094, born in Senglea in December 1884. Joined the Royal Navy on HMS Egmont in February 1918 as an Able Seaman. He was demobbed in December 1919

 

Giorgio CIANTAR, born in Paola on 12th October 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. K33485

 

Giovanni CIANTAR, born in Vittoriosa about 1839, Ordinary Seaman, aged 22 years, serving on HMS Neptune in 1861

 

John CIANTAR, born on 1st July 1874, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 169781

 

Lawrence CIANTAR, 204488, born in Burmola in September 1877, a boatman. Joined the Royal Navy in May 1899 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman, but left in June 1899 as unfit

 

Salvatore CIANTAR, K57634, born in Cospicua March 1891. Joined the Royal Navy in 1919 as a Stoker on board HMS Europa

 

Giovanni CIAPPARA, born in April 1900, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89688

 

Giovanni CIAPPARA, K57826, born in Zabbar 1900, joined the Royal Navy

 

 Giuseppe CIAPPARA, of Mosta, joined HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain on 1st January 1794

 

Guiacchino CIAPPARA, born in Valletta in August 1856, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 96980

 

V. CIAPPARA, died 31st December 1917. He was a Steward on HMS Osmanieh. His ship was carrying troops and hit a mine at the entrance of Alexandria Harbour, Egypt, and sank with a large loss of life

 

Vincenzo CIAPPARA, born in Burmola on 23rd February 1871, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 159190

 

Albert CILLEA, born in Valletta on 10th April 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356494

 

Albert CILIA, born in Valletta on 25th December 1879, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 357443

 

Alberto CILIA, born in Valletta on 25th December 1880, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 356899

 

Antonio CILIA, K57997, born in Cospicua 13th February 1896, boilermaker. Joined the Royal Navy in June 1919 as an Stoker on board HMS Aquarius. Re-entered the Navy on 25th February 1926 as an Able Seaman, and his No. was changed to JX.126306

 

Carmel CILIA, born in Valletta on 5th May 1875, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 173729

 

Carmelo CILIA, born about 1876 in Valletta, Domestic, aged 25 years, serving on HMS Thetis in 1901

 

Giovanni Battista CILIA, of Curmi, on board HMS L’Aigle in 1793. His ship was built in France about 1782 and captured from the French Navy by the British and added to the Royal Navy

 

Giovanni CILIA, born in Cospicua on 25th March 1890, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J95732

 

Giuseppe CILIA, born in August 1887, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54411

 

Joseph CILIA, born in Floriana in May 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 361772

 

Paolo CILIA, born in St. Julians on 25th January 1889, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 364080

 

Raffaele CILIA, born on 5th October 1858, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J89666

 

Salvatore CILIA, of Mdina, joined HMS Aurora and/or HMS Captain on 11th January 1794. He made an arrangement that part of his wages would be paid to his family in Malta

 

Carlo CINI, died 20th January 1918. He was a Trimmer travelling on the Armed Boarding Steamer HMS Louvain, which was torpedoed by the German U-boat U22 in the Aegean Sea

 

Domenic CINI, E/LX20934, died 22nd May 1941, on board the cruiser HMS Gloucester, which was sunk by enemy aircraft

 

Francesco CINI, born in June 1856, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 100270

 

Giuseppe CINI, born in October 1898, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. F54415

 

Giuseppe CINI, 119984, born in Vittoriosa in February 1847. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1882 on board HMS Hibernia as an Ordinary Seaman, but left in October 1882

 

Joseph CINI, born in Hamrun on 8th September 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L13631

 

Larreno CINI, J95025, born in Cospicua in December 1899, He joined the Royal Navy on HMS Egmont II in February 1918

 

Leonard CINI, born in Valletta on 28th November 1894, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 13478

 

Antonio CIOFFI, born in Cospicua on 5th September 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L1933

 

Anthony CIOFFI, E/LX20536, died 5th April 1942, on board the cruiser HMS Cornwall, in the Indian Ocean, when his ship was attacked by Japanese aircraft

 

Emmanuele CIOFFI, J95359, born in Cospicua in 1895, soldier. Joined the Royal Navy as an Able Seaman on board HMS Egmont II in May 1919, but was demobbed November 1919

 

Vincenzo CIOFFI, born on 7th January 1883, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 365457

 

Joseph CIPIRIOTT, L4749, born 2nd February 1894. Joined the Royal Navy in September 1913 as an Officer’s Steward on board HMS Vivid, and made the Navy his career. He served on several ships and was still in the Navy in 1927

 

Henry CLEWS, born in Paola 21st August 1891, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L14286

 

William George CLEWS, born in Tarxien 14th August 1884, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L663

 

Alfred George CODLIN, born in Floriana on 22nd October 1885, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 214474

 

George Kervil COLBOURNE, born 7th December 1861, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 137389

 

Louis H. COLBOURNE, born about 1865, Armourer, aged 36 years, married, serving on HMS Royal Sovereign in 1901

 

Louis Henry COLBOURNE, born on 1st November 1864, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 127972

 

William COLBOURNE, 94746, born on 6th March 1858. Joined the Royal Navy in April 1876 on board HMS Sultan as a Domestic, but left in October 1876

 

William COLBOURNE, born 1st March 1860, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 111376

 

Edward COLE, 354621, born Corradino Hill on 18th January 1877. Joined the Royal Navy in March 1896 on board HMS Ramillies as a Domestic, but left in December 1896

 

George COLE, born 10th August 1896, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. M35277

 

John COLE, born in Valletta 5th September 1864, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 123889

 

John COLE, born 14th August 1892, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. M35278

 

John COLE, born October 1899, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. J90007

 

Saverio COLERO, Ward Room Cook, married, aged 36 years, serving on HMS Superb in 1881

 

Saverio COLERO, born in Floriana on 21st January 1845, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 85370 (105074)

 

John COLEIRO, born in Valletta on 8th December 1854, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 60986

 

John COLEIRO, born in Senglea on 21st February 1893, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. L3597

 

Joseph COLEIRO, born in Floriana on 1st August 1876, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 355213

 

Joseph COLEIRO, 353497, born in Sliema 12th September 1874. Joined the Royal Navy in August 1894 as a Domestic on board HMS Rodney

 

Lorenzo COLEIRO, born on 7th June 1897, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 89667

 

Richard COLEIRO, born in Floriana on 2nd September 1872, joined the Royal Navy and given the service No. 164547

 

Saverio COLEIRO, Ward Room Cook, married, aged 30 years, serving on HMS Superb in 1881

 

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