Royal Navy 1800-1900.

The names of persons on this Index have been gathered at random from a variety of sources. Further names will be added and from time to time an updated versions will be posted. Men of the Merchant Navy can be found on the Residents Index. Families of men working in the Dockyard are also generally shown on the Residents Index.

 

Prior to 1832 HM Dockyards were a separate body, controlled by the Navy Board, which was also responsible for Victualling Yards, and were separate from but ultimately under the supervision of the Admiralty.

 

Each Yard was controlled by a Commissioner, and beneath him the Master Attendant, Storekeeper, and Clerk of the Cheque. In turn these senior officials had responsibility for clerks, shipwrights, sailmakers, blacksmiths, caulkers, and other tradesmen. In Malta during the early 1800ís the Yard relied upon the tradesmen from HM ships, until they established their own work force.

 

After 1832 these separate organisations were amalgamated, and the top Dockyard official was known as the Superintendent. However, within every Dockyard there was always a mix of Naval Officers and Civilians. 

William ABBOTT, Carpenter, HMS Charon, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William ABBOTT, Captain of the Hold, HMS Daphne, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Giuseppe ABELA, aged 26 years, born Malta, Bandsman, serving on HMS Euryalus, April 1881

William ABRAHAM, Sailmaker, HMS Ocean, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

George ADAMS, Shipwright, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Alexander AGIUS, born Valletta, aged 32 years, Musician, serving on HMS Minotaur, April 1881

Antonio AGIUS, born Valletta, married, aged 36 years. Chief Bandmaster, serving on HMS Minotaur, April 1881

Doris Melita ALDRIDGE, born 8th October 1900, the daughter of Frank James and Margaret Ann Aldridge, ERA, R.N.

Samuel ALDRIDGE, Sailmaker, HMS Agincourt, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

William ALDRIDGE, Boy, HMS Tyne, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Robert Meier ALDWORTH, born 14th May 1839, the son of Alicia Susan and Lieutenant Aldworth, R.N.

Douglas Hooper Sydenham ALLDRIDGE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Asst.Paymaster, R.N., HMS Albion, the son of George Manley Alldridge, R.N., married 15th June 1887, to Emma Mary Ann Frances COWARD, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert James Waldron Coward

Edwyn Sinclair ALEXANDER, born 12th December 1865, at 14 Strada Scozzese, Valletta, the son of Isabella Barbara and Captain John Hobhouse Ingles Alexander, Royal Navy

Edwin S. ALEXANDER, born Malta, aged 15 years, Naval Cadet, serving on HMS Iron Duke, April 1881

Henry Charles ALEXANDER, baptised February 1870, the son of George and Eliza Alexander, HMS Lord Warden. Born 7th November 1850

Douglas Robert George Paul ALLDRIDGE, born 14th January 1890, the son of Emma Mary Anne Frances and Douglas Hooper Sydenham Alldridge, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy

Richard ALLEM, born in Malta about 1824. In 1881 living in Tynemouth, Northumberland. A Naval Officer

Alexander ALLEN, born in Malta about 1832. In 1881 living with his wife Annie and family in Paddington, London. Paymaster, Royal Navy

Alexander Sewell ALLEN, baptised 30th August 1806, the son of Lucy and John Allen, Surgeon, Royal Naval Hospital

Archibald William George ALLEN, born 24th September 1873 at Portsmouth, baptised in Malta 1877, the son of William Thomas and Margaret Allen, Engineer, Royal Navy

Grace Maud ALLEN, born 19th August 1876, the daughter of William Thomas and Margaret Allen, Engineer, Royal Navy

John ALLEN , died 30th November 1840, Mate, arrived from Beirut on HMS Asia, dead on arrival

Commander ALLEN, died 6th July 1866, in the Officerís Quarters, Senglea, Master Attendant, HM Dockyard

Dr. John ALLEN, died on 14th January 1849, aged 94 years, at his residence in Strada Forni, Valletta. He came to Malta in 1804 as Principal Medical Officer of the Royal Naval Hospital and held this position until his retirement in 1827. He had served both afloat and ashore for about 50 years, and few surgeons had such experience of dealing with gun-shot wounds. He was married for 48 years to his wife Lucy

Dr. John ALLEN, died 1896, Royal Navy, aged 65 years. Buried Dominican Church, Rabat. He was born in Vittoriosa

Lilian Margaret ALLEN, born 27th March 1872 at Portsmouth, baptised in Malta 1877, the daughter of William Thomas and Margaret Allen, Engineer, Royal Navy

Lucy ALLEN, died 23rd November 1840, the wife of Dr.John Allen, R.N., aged 71 years

Andrew Harry ALLISON, Royal Navy, married 12th September 1898, to Agnes WORLEY, at Cospicua Parish Church of Cospicua. He left the Royal Navy in 1905 and joined the Dockyard Police in 1906

Adam ANDERSON, died 10th September 1808, HMS Royal Sovereign

Anthony ANDERSON, aged 23 years, Able Seaman, HMS Sybille, buried 5th December 1826

Edith Scott ANDERSON, born 5th October 1890, the daughter of Robert William and Maud Edith Scott, Surgeon, Royal Navy

John ANDERSON, Sailmaker, HMS Charon, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William ANDERSON, Royal Navy, Stoker, HMS Crocodile, in hospital at Malta, April 1881

George ANDREWS, Boy, HMS Thunderer, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st July and 30th September 1841

Henry Wright ANDREWS, 21+, bachelor, born in Windsor, Berkshire, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of Henry and Amelia Andrews, married 29th July 1862 to, Elise Hilda CASTAGNA, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Antonio and Carmela Castagna

William ANDREWS, Carpenter, HMS Athenian, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

Temple ANNESLY, aged 22 years, Lieutenant, Royal Marines, buried 4th January 1838

Edith Constance Elizabeth ANSTEY, born 18th February 1897, the daughter of Elizabeth Ellen and Henry Charles Anstey, Assistant Engineer, HMS Polyphemus

Robert Hamilton ANSTRUTHER, aged 27 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Phaeton, the son of Robert Anstruther, married 6th January 1890, to Edith Flora PEEL, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Felton Peel

George H. APPLETON, died 18th February 1857, Paymaster on HMS Centaur. On the 17th he had entered Bighi Hospital with spinal problems, but found dead next morning

Thomas APPLETON, aged 21 years, bachelor, born in Sydney, Australia, Commanderís Servant, HMS Victoria, the son of Thomas and Hannah Appleton, married 3rd April 1867 to, Emily LEWIS, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of George and Marian Lewis

William ARLETT, died Sunday 18th February 1838, Lieutenant, aged 37 years. Commander of HM steamship Confidance. His death was due to a tumour which destroyed his spine, causing paralysis, which was not discovered until after his death

Christina Fanny Louisa ASHE, born in Sliema, 24th June 1863, the daughter of Margaret Elizabeth and the Reverend Thomas Ashe, Royal Navy Chaplain, HMS Phoebe

Reverend Thomas ASHE, Chaplain HMS Phoebe, May 1865

Thomas D. ATKINSON, died on Monday morning, 3rd September 1849, Lieutenant, R.N., HMS Caledonia

Balthasar ATTARD , born Valletta, aged 25 years. Tailor, serving on HMS Achilles, April 1881

Hilma AUSTIN, born 15th February 1899, the daughter of Albert Victor and Eleanor Austin, ERA, R.N.

Thomas AUSTIN, Shipwright, HMS Topaze, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Jose AZZAPARDI, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Flying Fish, April 1881

Antonis AZZAPARDIA, aged 33 years, married, serving on HMS Arab, April 1881

Emmanuel AZZOPARDI, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Wye, April 1881

John Sallett BACON, 21+, bachelor, born in South Wraxall, Wiltshire, Steward, HMS Fury, the son of William and Elizabeth Bacon, married 7th November 1852 to, Jane TAYLOR, 21+, the widow of William Taylor, born in Southwold, Suffolk, the daughter of Henry and Ellen OLDRING

Peter BAGNELL, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Vanguard, buried 16th June 1839

Robert BAILEY, died 26th March 1857, aged 17 years, on board HMS Centurion. When the crew were going through exercises aloft, he fell from the mizzen top onto Robert Barrows, aged 17 years, on the deck below, and both were killed instantly

Donald Keppel BAIN, born 16th September 1896, the son of Ella Gillmer and Commander Edward Joseph Bain, Royal Navy

Frances Carmen Melita BAIN, born 22nd January 1888, the daughter of Ella Gillmer and Lieutenant Edward Bain, Royal Navy

A. BAKER, died 8th October 1899, Chief Engineer, TBD Ardent. Drowned in Salonika Harbour

George Warren Parsons BAKER, 21+, bachelor, born Stoke Damerel, Devon, on HMS Devastation, married 1st September 1845 to, Elizabeth Ann BLUNDAL, spinster, minor with consent of her father, Jonathan Blundal

Henry BAKER, February 10th 1838, Able Seaman, HMS Wolverine. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

James BAKER, HMS Alfred, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 22nd January 1832

Joseph BAKER, 21+, widower, born Crediton, Devon, Cook, HMS Queen, the son of Susannah and Joseph Baker, married 28th April 1851 to, Eliza MORRELL, 21+, widow of George Morrell, born Southampton, Hampshire, the daughter of Mary Ann and John BENNETT

Robert Augustus BAKER, born 7th January 1842, the son of Elizabeth and George Baker, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

Frances I. BALDEN, born in Malta about 1840. In 1881 was Messman on HMS Defence, living at Higher Bebington, Cheshire

H. BALDERSON, Able Seaman, HMS Powerful, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

Alexander John BALL, born 22nd July 1756. Married Mary Smith Wilson on 7th July 1785. Died 25th October 1809. Had been Civil Commissioner in Malta. State funeral 31st October 1809. Monument in Lower Barracca Gardens, Valletta. Had one son William Keith Ball, born 27th October 1791

Frederick BALL, born in Malta about 1873, the son of Fanny and William Ball. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Hove, Sussex. His father was a Naval Pensioner

Ernest John BALLARD, aged 22 years, bachelor, AB, HMS Hibernia, the son of Thomas Ballard, married 24th October 1900 to, Agnes Louisa ROE, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Roe deceased

Antonio BALZAN, born Vittoriosa, married, aged 37 years, serving on HMS Turquoise, April 1881

Reverend J.W.J. BAMPFIELD, R.N. Chaplain to the Dockyard, 1871

Edward BAMPTON, died 29th June 1865, aged 23 years. Signalman, Royal Navy

Robert BANNISTER, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Mr. BARBAR, Purser, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 1832

Thomas BARDEN, Sailmaker, Ceres Transport, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

Frances Maud BARLOW, born 28th August 1871, daughter of Henry George Barlow R.N., Secretary to Admiral Cooper Key

Hilda Margaret Englefield BARLOW, born 16th December 1872, daughter of Elizabeth and Henry George Barlow, R.N.

James BARNES, Able Seaman, HMS Barham, died between 1st October and 24th December 1838

Joseph BARNET, Sailmaker, HMS Cyclops, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

Frances BARR, born 18th September 1841, the daughter of Mary Eliza and William George Barr, Engineer, HMS Locust

Francis Thomas BARR, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Woolwich, Kent, the son of Francis George and Mary Barr, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 3rd October 1878, to Ellen Louisa GRUNGO, aged 21 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Abele and Madeleine Grungo

James BARRETT, 21+, widower, born Brighton, Sussex, Bandsman, HMS Albion, the son of John and Ellen Barrett, married 5th March 1852 to, Elizabeth MAGARITY,spinster, minor with parentís consent, born in Malta the daughter of John and Elizabeth Magarity

Richard William BARRETT, aged 23 years, Carpenter's Crew, HMS Albion, buried 30th January 1828

Robert BARROWS, died 26th March 1857, aged 17 years. When the crew of HMS Centurion were going through exercises aloft, Robert Bailey fell from the mizzen top onto him standing on the deck below, and both died immediately

William Henry BATEMAN , married 15th August 1850, Paymaster and Purser R.N., toAdelaide Amelia SAUNDERS, the youngest daughter of the late Commander William Saunders, R.N.

Robert BATES, Able Seaman, HMS Revenge, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st July and 30th September 1841

John Oldenshaw BATHURST, married Saturday 12th January 1850, Lieutenant, of HM Steamer Medusa, to Flora ROBERTSON, the daughter of David Robertson, of Weymouth.

Daniel BATMAN, Sailmaker, HMS Excellent, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Gavin BATT, 2nd Officer, HMS Conqueror. Whilst out riding with another officer from the ship, he fell from his horse near St. Julians Tower, and was rendered insensible. Medical aid came and he was taken to the Naval Hospital. He died on Saturday 16th July 1859. A Post Mortem revealed a fractured skull and concussion of the brain

W. BAXTER, Boy, HMS Alecto, buried 11th May 1840

William BAYLEY, aged 32 years, bachelor, Seaman, HMS Colossus, the son of William Bayley, married 19th October 1893 to, Mary GLENDAY, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Glenday

Hugh Peel Lane BAYLIFF, born 1st April 1864, the son of Henrietta and Captain Richard Lane Bayliff

Frances Edith BAYNES, born 29th January 1849, the daughter of Frances and Captain Robert Lambert Baynes, Royal Navy

Casen BEALE, Sailmaker, HMS Madras, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

James BEALS, Stoker, HMS Hermes, died of cholera, buried 27th June 1837

James Devine BEATON, 21+, bachelor, Engineer, HMS Locust, the son of James and Eliza Beaton, residents in Malta, married 16th June 1846 to, Mary Ann HAMMOND, spinster, minor with consent of John and Mary Hammond

James D. BEATON, died 1st February 1853, on board HMS Ceylon, Engineer of HMS Ardent

Willoughby D. BEATON, born Malta, aged 47 years, married, Chief Engineer, serving on HMS Triumph, April 1881

John BEAUMONT, Sailmaker, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

James Henry BEEBY, 21+, bachelor, Engineer, Royal Navy, married 10th July 1846 to, Agnes CARSTAIRS, the daughter of John and Agnes Carstairs

Edwin John Thomas BEHENNA, married 30th November 1870, 21+, bachelor, born Plymouth, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, son of John and Elizabeth Behenna, to Henrietta GRANT, 21+, spinster born Malta, the daughter of George and Paula Anna Grant

William BELCHER, Able Seaman, HMS Britannia, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Louisa Margaret BELL, born 13th January 1870, the daughter of John J.F. and Augusta H. Bell, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

Sophia BELL, born 4th October 1827, the daughter of William and Charlotte Bell, Captainís Steward, HMS Pelican

Thomas BELL, aged 22 years, Able Seaman, HMS Albion, buried 26th April 1828

BENNETT, still born baby 16th July 1845, at Vittoriosa, to Emma and Samuel Bennett, Carpenter, HMS Beacon

David BENNETT, born in Malta about 1860, the son of Mary A. and David Bennett. In 1881 Able Seaman, living in Bristol with his parents and sisters

David BENNETT, born Malta, Able Seaman, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Terror, April 1881

Henry Elliot Burlton BENNETT, died 6th May 1843, arrived HM Steamer Great Liverpool, died in the Lazaretto, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

Mary Melita Augusta BENNETT, born 15th August 1846, the daughter of Emma and Samuel Moon Bennett, Carpenter, HMS Phantom

R.R. BENT, died 1st August 1853, Lieutenant, HMS Vengence, in Bighi Naval Hospital. He was only recently promoted for his gallantry in an action with a slaver off Lagos

R. BENTINCK, born 19th January 1899, the son of Mabel and Lieutenant Rudolf Walter Bentinck, Royal Navy

George BERKLEY, Sailmaker, HMS Halcyon, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Mrs BETHUNE, the wife of Lieutenant. H.L. Bethune, Royal Navy, gave birth to a daughter July 1891, at 86 Strada Forni, Valletta

Jesse BEW, Gunner, HMS Medea, buried 5th June 1837

W.G.H. BICKFORD, married 7th February 1899, Lieutenant, of HMS Tyne, the eldest son of Lieut-Colonel W.G.T.Bickford, late Royal Marine Artillery, of Wear Gifford, North Devon, to Elizabeth (Bessie) SPERANZA, the only daughter of Colonel Speranza, lately commanding the Royal Malta Artillery, at St.Ignatius College, St.Julians

John BILLINGTON, Sailmaker, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

John BINNEY, aged 46 years, Carpenter, on HMS Britannia, buried 6th August 1834 in the Lazaretto

George BIRCH, Able Seaman, HMS Princess Charlotte, died in Bighi Royal Navy Hospital, between 1st April and 30th June 1839

James BISHOP, died 13th April 1805, HMS Canopus

George BLACKBURN, Carpenter, HMS Trident, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Eliza Jane BLACKMORE, born 24th March 1842, the daughter of Mary Jane Frances and Lieutenant John Blackmore, R.N.

Maurice BLACKWOOD, born 22nd September 1882, the son of Francis and Dorothy Frances Blackwood, HMS Hibernia, Commander, Royal Navy

George James BLANCHARD, aged 26 years, bachelor, Seaman, HMS Hibernia, the son of George James Blanchard deceased, married 7th October 1889, to Caroline RILEY, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Francis WARBURTON deceased

James BLIGH, Shipwright, HMS Trident, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

James BLOCK, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Asia, buried 30th January 1837

Charles BLOFIELD, 21+, bachelor, born in Finchley, London, Boatswain, HMS Arethusa, the son of John and Louisa Blofield, married 24th November 1854 to, Frances Jane HUSBAND, spinster, minor, born in St.Austell, Cornwall, the daughter of William and Mary Husband

George Bouverie BLOUNT, born 7th December 1838, the son of Leonora Anne and Lieutenant William Simpson Blount, R.N., commanding HMS Hermes

George T. BLUNDEL, born in Malta about 1831. By 1881 a retired Royal Navy Officer living in Portsea, Hampshire, with his widowed sister and a niece

Cecil Henry William BLUNT, born 15th December 1897, the son of Laura Mary Grace Katherine and Lieut-Commander William Frederick Blunt, Royal Navy, HMS Dragon

William Frederick BLUNT, aged 26 years, bachelor, Lieut-Commander, Royal Navy, HMS Dragon, the son of Frederick William Blunt, married 29th December 1896 to, Laura Mary Grace Katherine MAWBEY, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Major General Henry Wray Mawbey, Royal Marine Artillery retired

Robert BOAST, born in Malta about 1855. Able Seaman, in Royal Naval Barracks, Sheerness, in 1881

Samuel BOLT, died Saturday 27th March 1852, on board HM Steamer Medusa whilst lying in the Quarantine Harbour. When aloft, he missed his hold and fell through the forehatch

Vincenzo BONELLO, married, aged 55 years, Bandsman, on board HMS Euryalus April 1881

Andrew BORG, married, aged 34 years, Bandmaster, on board HMS Euryalus in April 1881

Joseph BORG, married, aged 31 years. Tailor, on HMS Agincourt, April 1881

George BOSSWARD, 21+, bachelor, born Hayes, Middlesex, Seaman, HMS Beacon, married 7th April 1845 to, Adelaide SANCASSON (? SANT CASSIA), 21+, spinster, born in Malta

Robert BOST, born in Malta about 1855. Able Seaman, Royal Navy, in Chatham R.N. Hospital in 1881

C.H. BOSTOCK, died Saturday 17th December 1842, in the Naval Hospital, Clerk on HMS Howe

John BOUNDRY, Ropemaker, HMS Success, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Charles BOWELL, Able Seaman, HMS Medina, buried 29th September 1825

Mr. BOWDEN, on 26th October 1847, the mate and Mr.Dulgan, the Assistant Surgeon, of HMS Hibernia, were walking in Strada Reale when they were accosted by John Bingham. He insulted them, and in a scuffle which followed stabbed them both with a sharp instrument. He later appeared before a magistrate and sentenced to two months imprisonment

Thomas BOWDEN, aged 43 years, Petty Officer, HMS Conqueror, buried 28th April 1859

John BOWEN, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Edinburgh, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

Richard BOWLER, Carpenter, HMS Wassanaer, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

Frances Alan Richard BOWLES, aged 29 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Magicienne, the son of John Samuel Bowles, married 5th March 1892 to, Ann Caroline HALE, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of Captain George Herbert Hale, Bengal Army

J. BOXELL, Royal Navy, his wife gave birth to a daughter on 2nd August 1870, in Senglea

John BOXALL, aged 24 years, bachelor, HMS Renown, the son of Matthew Boxall, married 2nd May 1900 to, Catherine Emma GIANINOTTI, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Joseph Gianinotti deceased

Arthur J.R. BOXELL, born in Malta about 1873, the son of Mary and John Boxell. By 1881 he was living with his parents and family in Milford, Wiltshire. His father was a retired Naval Officer

Alice M. BOXELL, born in Malta about 1871, the daughter of Mary and John Boxell. By 1881 she was living with her parents and family in Milford, Wiltshire. Her father was a retired Naval Officer

John BOXELL, 21+, bachelor, born in Preston, Engineer, Royal Navy, the son of Thomas and Sarah Boxell, married 23rd January 1865 to, Mary Ann WRIGHT, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of William and Louisa Wright. The niece of Mr.Hammond of the Naval Bakery.

Patrick BOYCE, Smith, HMS Alceste, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

William F. BOYLE, born in Malta about 1875, the son of Annie and William Boyle. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Perranarworthall, Cornwall. His father was a Staff-Surgeon in the Royal Navy

William Percival Mager BOYLE, 21+, bachelor, of Cornwall, the son of William and Mary Boyle, Surgeon, at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, married 10th March 1874, to Annie Josephine SIMS, 21+, spinster, of Cornwall, the daughter of William and Annie Sims

Thomas BOYNE, died 1st June1856, aged 35 years. A sailor, whilst intoxicated fell over Isola Bastion, a height of about 40 feet, causing brain damage, from which he died at the Central Hospital, Floriana

William Walter BRADDON, aged 30 years, bachelor, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, HMS Helicon, the son of Henry Edward Braddon, married 13th August 1885, to Emily Kate Annie KIRTON, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Cooper Kirton

Charles BRADFORD, died August 24th 1837, Ordinary Seaman, Hind Cutter. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

John BRADFORD, Ordinary Seaman, formerly belonging to the steam vessel Vesuvius, was sent to the U.K. from Malta, in the Phoenix, under sentence of death. Had his punishment commuted to seven years transportation. In November 1842 he was held in custody on board the William and Mary yacht

George BRAMBER, Sailmaker, HMS Warrior, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Robert BRAY, Carpenter, HMS Tendon, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

Charles H. BREAY, died on board HM steam packet Alecto, in passage from Malta to England, acting Paymaster and Purser of HMS Devastation, about July 1844

Thomas BRENAN, HMS Barham, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 20th December 1832

William Henry BRICE, born in Malta about 1880, the son of Sarah and Fleet Surgeon Brice, Royal Navy. In 1881 living with his mother and family in Portsea, Hampshire

Melita M. BRICE, born in Malta about 1878, the daughter of Sarah and Fleet Surgeon Brice, Royal Navy. In 1881 living with her mother and family in Portsea, Hampshire

Sir Thomas BRIGGS, served at Malta 1829 - 1830, made Rear Admiral and Superintendent of Malta Dockyard in 1832

Thomas BRIGNALL, Able Seaman, HMS Pembroke, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Walter BRINQUET, born Malta, aged 19 years, Wardroom Steward, on HMS Serapis, April 1881

Adolphus Kentish BROCK, born 19th October 1841, the son of Isabella and Lieutenant Thomas Saumarez Brock, R.N., commanding HMS Magpie

Ellen BROCK, born Sunday 9th December 1838, the daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Saumarez Brock, R.N., commanding HMS Magpie, and Isabella his wife

Saumarez Burrell BROCK, born 17th December 1839, the son of Isabella and Lieutenant Thomas Saumarez Brock, Royal Navy

Thomas Saumarez BROCK, bachelor, from Guernsey, Lieutenant, HMS Beacon, married 10th February 1835, to Isabella DIXON, spinster, from Newcastle-on-Tyne

Rose Helen BROCKWAY, born 10th March 1900, the daughter of Harriett Elizabeth and Joseph Watson Brockway, Stoker Mechanic, R.N.

William BROOKE, died 24th January 1862, seaman of HMS Marlborough. He fell from aloft, and died from his injuries in Bighi Naval Hospital

Thomas BROOKS, Carpenter, HMS Madras, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

R. BROOMAN, died 2nd June 1869, a boy, with Quartermaster Henry Grace, HMS Newport. Returning from Grand Harbour to Marsamuscetto Harbour, their boat capsized off St.Elmo Point. Leading Seaman William Payne, Able Seaman Henry Porter, and Boys Sydney Porter, John Lazazari, William H.Seldon, John Walters, all died but Andrew Cook, was the only survivor

Joseph BROTHER, died May 14th 1829, Seaman, HMS Spartiate. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Anthony BROWN, Sailmaker, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Charles Robert BROWN, born 14th August 1843, the son of Harriet and William Henry Brown, Purser, R.N.

Edward BROWN, born 4th May 1834, the son of Harriet and William Henry Brown, Purser, R.N.

Elizabeth Mary Georgiana BROWN, born 27th June 1832, the daughter of Harriet and William Henry Brown, Purser, R.N.

George and Ann BROWN. A party consisting of, his wife, Peter Cazely, a gun-room steward, Charles Lamb, belonging to HMS Aid, and Thomas Stow, steward of HM Schooner Express went ashore on the 19th January 1818, and were reported missing. On Thursday 29th the bodies of Peter Cazaly and Charles Lamb were discovered floating in Grand Harbour, and next morning the others were also found in Grand Harbour. The state of bodies showed that they had been many days in the water, and a Coroner's Jury gave the verdict "Drowned Accidentally." It was established that they had been drinking at a Public House on the Point of Senglea, on the night of the 19th, and in an attempt to return to their ships, their boat was upset as it blew a gale that night

George Edward Bohun BROWN, born 15th August 1830, the son of Harriet and William Henry Brown, Purser, Royal Navy

Georgiana Adelaide BROWN, born 4th November 1838, the daughter of Harriet and William Henry Brown, Purser, Royal Navy

Harriet Sarah BROWN, born 3rd December 1841, the daughter of Harriet and William Henry Brown, Purser, Royal Navy

James BROWN, Carpenter, HMS Cyclops, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

James BROWN, Able Seaman, HMS Cambrian, buried 27th May 1824

James BROWN, Gunner, HMS Hazard, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

John BROWN, 2nd Master, HMS Hazard, died between 1st October and 24th December 1838

John BROWN, Sailmaker, HMS Ocean, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Lewis BROWN, Sailmaker, HMS Stately, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Mary Ann BROWN, born 5th July 1840, the daughter of Harriet and William Henry Brown, HMS Ceylon

Mary Louisa BROWN, born 9th November 1835, the daughter of Harriet and William Henry Brown, R.N.

Samuel BROWN, died Monday 15th March 1847, aged 21 years. Whilst employed in rigging on HM Survey sloop Bonetta, he fell on deck and fractured his skull, and died six hours later

Thomas BROWN, Carpenter, HMS Wassanaer, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

Thomas BROWN, 21+, bachelor, born in Limerick, Ireland, Seaman, HMS Gibraltar, the son of Andrew and Bridget Brown, married 12th June 1866 to, Rosanna TOOLE, 21+, spinster, born in Dublin, the daughter of John and Mary Toole

Thomas BROWN, 21+, bachelor, born in Hounslow, Middlesex, Petty Officer, HMS Lord Warden, the son of James and Sarah Brown, married 10th February 1870 to, Caroline JOHNSON, 21+, spinster, born in Dovercourt, Essex, the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah Johnson

William BROWN, Carpenter, HMS Gibraltar, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William Davey BROWN, 21+, bachelor, from Plymouth, Master of the sloop HMS Philomel, married 27th November 1831, to Hannah HEPBURN, minor, spinster, the youngest daughter of Peter Hepburn, of Perth, Scotland, with the consent of her Guardian

William Henry BROWN, 21+, bachelor, born Deptford, Kent, Purser, HMS Weazle, married 24th August 1826, to Harriet ROWLSTONE, 21+, spinster, born Senglea, the daughter of Mary and Henry Rowlstone, of Woolwich, Kent

William Henry Joseph BROWN, born 1st April 1828, the son of Harriet and William Henry Brown, Purser, Royal Navy

George BROWNE, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard January 1801.

Douglas Egremont Robert BROWNRIGG, aged 29 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Sybille, the son of Henry Moore Brownrigg, Baronet, married 18th November 1896 to, Beatrice Clementi SMITH, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Cecil Clementi Smith

James BRUCE, Able Seaman, HMS Rodney, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

W. BRUCE, HMS Weazle, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, buried 1st July 1840

Julia Agnes BRYAN, died 10th February 1903, the wife of Timothy J.Bryan, R.N., HMS Implacable

James BRYCE, Carpenter, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

A.B. BUCKBY, Mate, HMS Medina, buried 6th March 1826

William Walter George BUCKINGHAM, aged 35 years, bachelor, Chief ERA, HMS Thetis, the son of William Buckingham deceased, married 20th March 1899 to, Annie Cochrane BUNTEN, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of John Bunten

Elizabeth Mary BUCKLE, born 18th September 1851, the daughter of Jane and Joseph Buckle, Gunner, Royal Navy

James BULL, March 7th 1840, Able Seaman, HMS Princess Charlotte. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

A.T.J. BULLOCK, Court Martial 10th March 1857, on board HMS Hibernia, of Lieutenant Bullock of HMS Centurion. Found guilty of using language unbecoming of an officer to another officer of the ship, Lieutenant Phillips. The two men had been on bad terms for some time and when Phillips tried to heal the rift by offering him some wine, Bullock allegedly said "You are a d.....d s......g son of a b....h" He was dismissed his ship and placed at the bottom of the list of Lieutenants

Henry Fox BUNBURY, born 8th October 1839, the son of Sarah Susanna and Richard Hanmer Bunbury, Commander, Royal Navy

Richard Hanmer BUNBURY, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, of Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk, the youngest son of Sir Henry Edward Bunbury, married 19th December 1838, to Sarah Susanna SCONCE, of Plymouth, Devon, eldest daughter of Robert Clement Sconce

William BUNDOCK, Naval Oficer and Storekeeper, HM Dockyard April 1803

James BURKE, Shipwright, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

John Page BURKE MD, his wife gave birth to a daughter at Bighi RN Hospital on 7th April 1868, where he was a Staff Surgeon. The baby died at Bighi RN Hospital, 16th April 1868

John Page BURKE MD, died 29th April 1870 at his residence in Valletta. He was a Staff Surgeon at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital

Dr. William BURNETT, was born in Montrose, Scotland in 1779. In 1795 joined the Navy as Surgeonís Mate in HMS Edgar, then as Assistant Surgeon on HMS Goliath in May 1799, during blockade of Malta. Was appointed Physician and Inspector of Hospitals to His Majestyís Fleet in the Mediterranean in May 1810, until ill health forced him to relinquish the post in October 1813. He returned to England and continued his medical career there, being promoted through the years, and in 1835 was appointed Physician in Ordinary to King William IV. He died 16th February 1861

Michael BURNS, 12th July 1829, Seaman, HMS Revenge. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

James H. BURRELL, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Cossack, found Guilty at his Court Martial held in November 1866 on board HMS Hibernia, of using threatening and obscene language and attempting to stab Daniel Denny, Master at Arms. He was sentenced to 48 lashes, 2 years imprisonment, and to be dismissed the service with disgrace

Mary BURRIDGE, born in Malta about 1876, the daughter of Margaret and Robert Burridge. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire. Her father was an Engineer in the Royal Navy

Robert A.M. BURRIDGE, born in Malta about 1874, the son of Margaret and Robert Burridge. In 1881 living with his parents and family in Portsea, Hampshire. His father was an Engineer in the Royal Navy

John BURROWS, HMS Britannia, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 30th May 1830

William BURTON, Purser's Steward, HMS Hermes, died of cholera, buried July 1837

James BUTCHER, Royal Navy, in prison in Malta, April 1881

John BUTLER, HMS Donegal, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 9th February 1832

William Frank BUTT, born 3rd March 1892, the son of William Richard and Emma Butt, Naval Signalman

William Richard BUTT, aged 25 years, bachelor, Signalman, Royal Navy, HMS Hibernia, the son of Willen Henry Butt, married 18th April 1891, to Emma WATERS, aged 26 years, spinster, from London, the daughter of Samuel Waters

Charles Henry BYRNE, born 6th January 1830, the son of Edward and Anne Byrne, Royal Navy

Charles Gardine BYRON, born 30th July 1881, the son of Ellen Mina and Charles Edgar Byron, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy

Richard CALLAWAY, Carpenter, HMS Lord Warden, Court Martialed 2nd January 1868 for drunkeness. Sentenced to lose 18 months seniority and to be severely reprimanded

Charles CAMERON, Able Seaman, HMS Rodney, died of cholera, buried 14th July 1837

James CAMPBELL, Carpenter, HMS Prevoyante, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Robert CAMPBELL, Captain of HMS Trident, died. He was buried in the Quarantine cemetery at Floriana. His gravestone is now in the Maritime Museum in Vittoriosa

Robert W. CAMPBELL, Surgeon, Royal Navy, served at Malta 1837

Thomas CAMPBELL, Wardroom Cook, HMS Pembroke, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Thomas CANNON, Able Seaman, HMS Revenge, buried 31st January 1824

Henry CARDALE, died 23rd December 1865, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, aged 32 years

John CARRINGTON , Royal Navy, in hospital Malta, April 1881

Midshipman CARSWELL, died about 9th June 1864, of HMS Orlando. Fell overboard at night, and drowned. Was not noticed missing till sometime later, since nobody witnessed the accident

Commander CARTER, R.N., resident in Sliema on half pay, just returned from a visit to Corfu with his wife. He told his friends he was going to bathe but did not return. A search found him in a field near Casal Asciak, Still suffering from the bad effects of sunstroke in China. Medical assistance was sought but he didn't recover. Saturday 26th August 1859

George CARTER, baptised 9th October 1859, seaman, HMS Jean díAcre. Born Portsmouth, Hampshire, 26th July 1835

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

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

William CASHMAN, Able Seaman, HMS Bellerophon, died 12th December 1837

Joseph CAWDREY, born 8th May 1843, the son of Esther and Philip Cawdrey, of Spitalfields, London, baptised 15th December 1856, by the Chaplain of HMS Dauntless

William H. CAWN, died 17th September 1854, aged 17 years, Sailmakers boy, died of cholera

"Shipmates all, as you pass by,

as you are now, so once were we,

as we are now, so you will be

prepare yourselves to follow...."

Maurice John George CAY, aged 25 years, bachelor, Flag Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Ramillies, the son of Robert Barclay Cay, married 15th December 1900 to, Lucy Gladys HUTTON, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of William James Hutton deceased

Peter CAZALY. A party consisting of Peter Cazaly, George and Ann Brown, and Charles Lamb, belonging to HMS Aid, and Thomas Stow, HM Schooner Express went ashore, on the 19th January 1818. They were reported missing, and on Thursday 29th the bodies of Peter Cazaly and Charles Lamb were discovered floating in Grand Harbour, and the next morning the others were also found in Grand Harbour. By the state of bodies they had been in the water for many days. Investigation by a Coroner's Jury gave the verdict given "Drowned Accidentally" On examination, it was found that they had been drinking in a Public House on the Point of Senglea on the night of the 19th, and in an attempt to reach their ships, their boat was upset by very strong winds

Joseph CHAMBERLAYNE, Seaman, HMS Spartiate, buried 2nd December 1828

William CHAPEL, Shipwright, HMS Trident, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Richard CHAPELL, died 25th August 1857. His body was found in an advanced state of putrefication in the sea near Zurreiq on 4th September. He was a sailor on HM Steamer Wanderer, and whilst under confinement, escaped and jumped overboard a few miles off shore

Assistant Surgeon CHAPMAN, on HMS Medina in 1850

Charles W. CHAPMAN, married 5th August 1867, 21+, bachelor, born Hardinstone, Northumberland, Able Seaman, HMS Hydra, the son of Charles and Rebecca Chapman, to Carmela ZAHRA, minor, spinster born Malta, daughter of Salvo and Rosa Zahra

Gwendolen CHATFIELD, born in Malta about 1879, the daughter of Louisa and Alfred Chatfield. In 1881 living with her parents and family in Stoke Damerel, Devon. Her father was a Captain, Royal Navy. Served in WWI in Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service

Gwendolen Percy Elizabeth CHATFIELD, born 24th February 1879, the daughter of Alfred John and Louisa Chatfield, Captain of HMS Thunderer

George CHILTON, Smith, worked in HM Dockyard, returned to England on board HMS Prevoyante, October 1810

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

Harriet CHRISTIAN, the wife of Admiral Christian, aged 59 years, buried 1st February 1848

Henry CHRISTIAN, born 29th October 1828, the son of Samuel Christian and Susanne his wife. Married. In 1881 living with his wife Emily Susan and their children in Cheltenham. He was a retired Rear-Admiral, and Chief Constable of Gloucestershire

James CHURCH, 21+, bachelor, born Chatham, Kent, Steward, HMS Enterprise, son of James and Mary Ann Church, married 9th April 1866 to Maria PIACENZINI, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Sebastiano and Caterina Piacenzini

Benjamin CHURCHER, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Princess Charlotte, died in Bighi Royal Navy Hospital, between 1st April and 30th June 1839

Joseph CHURCHER, 21+, bachelor, born in Wickham, Hampshire, Engineer, HMS Caradoc, the son of Eli and Mary Churcher, married 16th October 1852 to, Harriet JONES, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of James and Mary Jones

Francis CLAIR, Seaman, HMS Spartiate, buried 18th October 1829

Samuel CLARK, Sailmaker, HMS Narcissus, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William Henry CLARK, born 15th September 1888, the son of Annie Emma Amelia and William Thomas Clark, Warrant Officer, Royal Navy

Edward James CLARKE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Engineer, HMS Ramillies, the son of William Donald Clarke, married 13th July 1898 to, Giovanna MALLIA, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Giovanni Mallia

Hugh CLARKE, Able Seaman, HMS Ocean, buried 15th June 1828

Laura Augusta CLARKE, 21+, born in Bombay, the youngest daughter of late Captain James Clarke, 47th Regiment, and Eliza his wife, married Thursday 23rd September 1847, to Charles Fox TURNER, 21+, from Devonport, Devon, Paymaster and Purser, HMS Bulldog

Christopher CLAY, Carpenter, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Dridson CLEAR. 18th October 1829, from HMS Spartiate. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

James CLEARY, died 5th January 1859, aged 25 years, of HMS Marlborough, by falling from the ramparts near Saluting Battery, a height of about 36 feet. He was found to be drunk

Ebenezer CLEMENTS, 21+, bachelor, born Devonport, Engineer, Royal Navy, married 22nd March 1851 to, Anna Bella JONES, spinster, born in London, minor with fatherís consent, the daughter of Sarah and Richard Jones

Melita CLIFT, born in Malta about 1847. Married. In 1881 living in Stoke Damerel, Devon, with her husband George Clift and their children. Her husband was a Warrant Officer, Royal Navy

John Augustus CLIFTON, 21+, bachelor, born in Llanfrynach, Wales, Sub-Lieutenant, HMS Resistance, the son of Charles and Mary Jane Clifton, married 26th January 1866 to, Dolores DINGLI, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Emmanuele and Lorenza Dingli

William CLIPTON, HMS Windsor Castle, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 31st October 1830

James COADE, 21+, bachelor, born Sydenham, Kent, Engineer, Royal Navy, the son of James and Jemima Coade, of Cornwall, married 8th February 1851 to, Martha WOOD, spinster, minor with fatherís consent, born Essex

Joseph COCHRANE, 21+, bachelor, born in Longbenton, Northumberland, Engineer, HM Steam Vessel The Hearty, the son of John and Jane Cochrane, married 2nd December 1862 to, Eliza Jane HISCOCK, 21+, spinster, born in Blandfor, Dorset, the daughter of John S. and Eliza Hiscock

Thomas COCHRANE, was born 14th December 1775, at Annsfield, Lanarkshire, the son of Archibald Cochrane, the ninth Earl of Dundonald, and his wife Anna, nee Gilchrist. Aged 18 years, he joined HMS Hind at Sheerness on 27th June 1793. Appointed acting third lieutenant HMS Thetis on 14th January 1795. In January 1801 he attended a fancy dress ball in Valletta dressed as an ordinary British seaman. Some French Royalist officers objected to his choice of dress, and after an exchange of words, one tried to expel him by force. A fight broke out, resulting in a duel with pistols the next day. Cochrane shot the Frenchman through the thigh, whilst the Frenchmanís shot penetrated his coat, waistcoat, shirt and bruised Cochraneís side. He left Malta shortly afterwards.

He came back to Malta again in 1811 since he had a grievance against the Admiralty Court, as did many naval officers, of being unfairly charged on their prize vessels, instead of according to the authorized table of fees. He asked to be shown the table of fees, which should have been exhibited in the court, but his request was refused. He went to the court one day when the judge was not sitting and after searching the public area, went into the judgeís private appartments where he found the list. He took it away and gave it to a brother officer for safe keeping. The judge ordered his arrest for contempt of court, which Cochrane refuted and had to be carried to the Castellania gaol. When there he insisted that his arrest was illegal, and threatened to go on hunger strike. The court official weakened and provided him with an order on a neighbouring innkeeper for any provisions that he may require. Having this document, Cochrane then entertained large parties of Naval officers at the Governmentís expense for more than a month. The legal authorities knew that they had a weak case, and tried to get him to accept bail, which he refused. His continued imprisonment caused considerable resentment among the seamen, and they were ready to riot and attack the prison unless he was released. To avoid such an occurence a plan was conceived whereby tools for cutting through the iron bars over the window were passed to him, and a rope so that he could climb down into the street below, walk down the steps of St.John Street to the quayside, be taken on board ship and away from Malta, which he did on the 5th March.

As a Member of Parliament, he was later to relate this tale in the House of Commons. He had a tempestuous career serving in the Royal Navy, and those of Chile, Peru, Brazil and Greece, but was highly regarded by the officers and men alike. In 1828, after ending his service with the Greek Navy on bad terms with the Greek government, the Russian Admiral, Count Heiden, wrote to him " I beg that Lord Cochrane will send back to their kennels the miserable causes of his annoyance and proceed to Malta, or to Zante if he wishes, in one of my corvettes, taking with him as large a suite as he likes. It cannot be too numerous. As regards his salute, I will receive him with honours, and at his departure I will man the yards." On 20th December he sailed on the Russian corvette and on arriving at Malta was welcomed by Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm, who had served with him as a Captain in 1809. He succeeded to the title of Earl of Dundonald. He died in Scotland on 31st October 1860, and was buried in Westminster Abbey

Charles Augustus COLE, Master HMS Calcutta, married 24th December 1840, to Margaret Mason FERRIER, the youngest daughter of Alexander Ferrier, Ordnance Department

John COLE, Ropemaker, HMS Pilot, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

John COLE, HMS Gloucester, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 2nd August 1830

William COLES, Seaman, HMS Medina, buried 1st May 1826

George COLLIER, died 24th November 1856, sailor, HMS Duke of Wellington, aged about 40 years. He was found lying on the rocks below the Bastion of Strada Serena, Senglea. Seen drunk about 11 p.m., believed he may have laid on the parapet and rolled over

Thomas COLLINS, 21+, bachelor, born in Dublin, Seaman, HMS Trinculo, the son of Denis and Ellen Collins, married 1st February 1870 to, Margaret IRVING, 21+, spinster, born in Wigtown, Scotland, the daughter of John and Margaret Irving

Andrew COLVILLE, Armourer, HMS Spitfire, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Edward J. CONLAN, died 24th November 1864, aged 23 years, Ship's Corporal, HMS Liffey

Patrick CONWAY, Smith, HMS Topaze, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

John COODE, aged 39 years, bachelor, of St.Gluvias, Cornwall, commanding HMS Albion, married 8th February 1819, to Elizabeth PENROSE, aged 31 years, spinster, daughter of Sir Charles Vinicombe Penrose, GCMG, Admiral of the White

David COOK, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Henry COOK, Ropemaker, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Henry COOK, Able Seaman, HMS Asia, buried 10th March 1829

John COOK, 12th March 1829, Able Seaman, from HMS Asia. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Richard COOK, died 27th May 1860, sailor, HMS Megara. Allegedly beaten by Mario Muscat and Lorenzo Farrugia at Isola Point, which resulted in his death. They were charged with murder, found Guilty and sentenced to death, but later reprieved

John COOKE, died February 1829, Lieutenant, R.N. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Richard COOLEY, bachelor, from Stonehouse, Devon, Supernumerary Boatswain HMS Ceylon, married 9th April 1849 to, Antonia MASSEY, widow, resident in Malta

William C. COOMBS, born in Malta about 1854. In 1881  Shipís Corporal, Royal Navy, living in East Stonehouse, Devon with his widowed aunt Eliza Thorne

Edward COOPER, died 28th August 1864, aged 19 years, Midshipman, HMS Orlando. Only son of Captain Cooper of the P.&.O.Company

Francis Thomas COOPER, born 9th December 1843, the son of Harriet and John Cooper, R.N., HMS Beacon

John COOPER, aged 1 day, the son of John Cooper, Captainís Steward, HMS Beacon. Buried 15th December 1841

Robert Haxby COOPER, 21+, bachelor, born in Yorkshire, Assistant Engineer, Royal Navy, HMS Icarus, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Cooper, married 19th May 1863 to, Jane BECK, 21+, spinster, born in Deptford, Kent, the daughter of Francis and Mary Ann Beck

William COOPER, died 12th November 1861, aged 21 years. Accidentally fell overboard from HMS Mars, and was drowned

John CONWAY, Boy, HMS Howe, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Henry Joseph COPE, 21+, bachelor, of Sheerness, Kent, the son of James and Nancy Elizabeth Cope, Engineer, HMS Swiftsure, married 14th December 1875, to Ellen Turner SOWDEN, minor, with her parents consent, of Devonport, the daughter of William George and Maria Sowden

Thomas CORNISH, Able Seaman, HMS Sybille, buried 5th October 1825

William CORRIS, 21+, bachelor, born in Peel, Isle of Man, Seaman, HMS Victoria, the son of William and Victoria Corris, married 10th January 1867 to, Mary DELIA, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the daughter of Giuseppe and Gaetanu Delia

William COTT, aged 38 years, Petty Officer, HMS Odin, buried 14th August 1849

Captain COTTON. The brig HMS Zebra arrived from Carabusa, under the command of Lieutenant Wheatley, since Captain Cotton had died on board. For some days he had been dangerously ill of a brain fever and died on Monday evening 11th February 1828

Edward COUCH, Boatswain, HMS Lord Warden, court martialed 2nd January 1868 for drunkeness. Sentenced to lose 18 months seniority and to be severely reprimanded

Henry COWARD, 4th March 1839, Boy, from HMS Vanguard. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

Albert George CRADDOCK, aged 20 years 11 months, Accounts Officer, Royal Navy, married 5th February 1885, to Sarah Ellen COTTON, aged 20 years, spinster

Charles CRAMP, HMS Melpomone died by drowning after having been thrown in the sea by Michael Cardwell and John Dowd, Privates in the 3rd Regiment. They stood trial 11th December 1860 accused of his murder but were acquitted

John Hay CRANG, 21+, bachelor, born in Bristol, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Volcano, married 10th February 1849 to, Caroline Shaw Colonna BOWMAN, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Eliza and William Flockhart Bowman

Mary CRANG, born 14th March 1850, the daughter of Caroline and Lieutenant John Hay Crang, R.N. She died 26th April 1851, aged 13 months

2nd Class Boy CRANNIS and 2nd Class Boy Hudson, of HMS Trident, reported late back from leave when the ship was in Gibraltar. On 9th November 1861, although both had been of good character, Commander Nicolas, HMS Trident had them caned over the breech with 60/70 cuts administered by a man with his full force, then kept them on deck without food for 12 hours. For the same offence both boys were brought up 2 days later on Monday 11 November and again received 60/70 cuts. Crannis was brought up a third time on Tuesday 12th November given 115 cuts and punishment only ceased when he had become insensible. Boy Crannis, received a total of 265 lashes and Boy Hudson a total of 151 lashes. At a Court Martial held in February 1862 in Malta Commander Nicolas was dismissed the service with disgrace for the excessive caning of these two 17 year old boys

John CRAWLEY, died 17th March 1851, HM Steamer Medina. A boat of HM Steamer Medina was sent with a crew of six men under the command of Mr.Long, to find an anchor and part of cable which she had slipped some days before. When leaving Quarantine harbour from Marsamxett, having succeeded in their task their boat was suddenly struck by a heavy squall and capsized on passing St.Elmo. The Officer and crew were seen struggling in the water, and two men William Griffin and John Crawley struck out for shore but soon sank. Mr.Long and the boat were picked up and taken in tow by HMS Superb to HMS Medina

Samuel CRAWLEY, died 23rd June 1802, Seaman, HMS Madras, from a fractured thigh, in the General Military Hospital, Valletta

Edward H. CREE, Surgeon, Royal Navy from 1837 to 1861 afloat, then to 1869 ashore. Served in Mediterranean. In Malta August 1837 on HMS Ceylon, and Bighi Royal Naval Hospital. Then March 1839 on HMS Firefly

Albert CROKER, Lieutenant, HMS Cambrian, buried 30th January 1826

Roger CROKER, Able Seaman, HMS Rodney, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Thomas CROKER, 24th October 1829, from HMS Asia. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Horace Edward Formin CROSS, aged 48 years, bachelor, Fleet Surgeon, Royal Navy, the son of Robert Cross deceased, married 26th October 1897 to, Florence Mary Peacock EDWARDS, aged 28 years, spinster, of 17 Belgrave Crescent, Edinburgh, the daughter of William Peacock Edwards

Peter CROSS, Midshipman's Steward, HMS Gannet, buried 12th September 1826

George CULLIN, Able Seaman, HMS Edinburgh, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

John DACK, 21+, bachelor, born in Mattishall, Norfolk, Steward, Royal Navy, the son of Robert and Sarah Dack, married 7th December 1866 to, Mary LINCH, 21+, the widow of Edward Frances Linch, Warder at the Military Prison, the daughter of Lorenzo and Paulina STORACE

Alfred DALE, Royal Navy, in hospital Malta, April 1881

L. DALE, Seaman, HMS Ganges, buried 31st August 1839

J.R. DALLAS, 1st December 1829. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Daniel DALTON, Shipwright, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Gweneth DALTON, born 19th June 1900, the daughter of William Henry and Eleanor Dalton, Chief ERA, R.N.

J.H. DANCER, HMS Alfred, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 10th March 1832

James DANNELS, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Thunderer, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Louisa Harriet DANTER, born 4th June 1849, the daughter of Ann Elizagbeth and Joseph Yardley Danter, Steward, HMS Medusa

William James DARBY, aged 21 years, bachelor, of Taunton, Somerset, the son of William Darby, Stoker, HMS Achilles, married 18th April 1879, to Maria Victoria Joanna Elizabeth Philomena Publia SPITERI, aged 19 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William Spiteri

Melita Hebden DARLEY, born 15th October 1898, the daughter of Fanny Hebden and Arthur Crookes Darley, Engineer, Royal Navy

Fortunato DARMANIN, aged 25 years, Shipwright, serving on HMS Minotaur, April 1881

John DAVEY, 21+, bachelor, from Exeter, Devon, Engineer, HMS Acheron, married 18th November 1841 to, Mary Ann BLUNDEL, 21+, spinster, from Deptford, Kent

Thomas DAVID, died 9th November 1865, aged 21 years. Ordinary Seaman, R.N.

Andrew DAVIDSON, Pastryman, Naval Victualling Yard, buried 20th June 1839

Elizabeth Harriet DAVIS, born 19th March 1823, the daughter of Ann and Morgan Davis, Steward, HMS Adventure

Jane DAVIS, born 1st September 1820, the daughter of Anne and Morgan Davis, Captainís Steward, HMS Aid

John DAVIS, 21+, bachelor, from Holyhead, Anglesey, serving on HMS Asia, married 28th January 1837, to Elizabeth STEWART, 21+, the widow of Barrack Sergeant Andrew Stewart, from Devon

Morgan DAVIS, Royal Navy, married 17th February 1817, to Anne SMITH

Richard DAVIS, married 28th March 1844, 21+, bachelor, of Woolwich, Kent, Ropemaker, HMS Beacon, to Mary CASSER, 21+, spinster, the daughter of the late Emmanuel Casser, Private 85th Regiment

Thomas DAVIS, Seaman, HMS Asia, buried 28th February 1827

William DAVIS, 2nd January 1839, Ordinary Seaman, from HMS Pembroke. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

Arthur Bertram Finch DAWSON, aged 26 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, R.N., HMS Hibernia, the son of Arthur Finch Dawson, married 3rd November 1896, to Muriel Mary GRAHAM, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Colonel Malcolm Graham, A.S.C.

Lieutenant H.W. DAWSON, died January 1850. An officer of the steamer HMS Odin, who had recently joined the frigate HMS Thetis. He had been out shooting, and about to go on a boat, when he accidentally touched the trigger of his loaded gun, which went off and shot him in the heart. Death was instantaneous

George DAY, 22nd December 1838, Seaman, from HMS Vanguard. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

William DEBNAM, Boatswain's Mate, HMS Adventure, buried 19th January 1823

Richard George DELL, aged 26 years, widower, Painter, HMS Cruiser, the son of George Dell, married 12th October 1880, to Harriett Emily HUMPHREYS, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of William Humphreys

Francis Arnold Wainwright DENMAN, aged 31 years, bachelor, Assistant Paymaster, R.N., the son of Arnold William Denman deceased, married March 1900, to Constance BAIN, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas C.J.Bain deceased

Edward DENNY, Court Martial 20th November 1861, Lieutenant Edward Denny, HMS Marlborough, found guilty of drunkeness, sentenced to be dismissed his ship, and placed at the bottom of the list, there to remain for two years

Lieutenant DENT, serving on HMS Frolic, in cholera epidemic 1850

Edward DENTRY, Able Seaman, HMS Powerful, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Daniel DERMOND, Boatswain, HMS Agamemnon, Court Martialed November 1890 charged with drunkenness. Found Guilty, he was sentenced to be dismissed the service since this was the second or third time he had been found guilty of this same offence

Frederick DERPEW, died 11th October 1864, HMS Gibraltar, accidentally killed when George Saunders fell from aloft, knocking him down a hatchway into the hold

Captain Roderick DEW, Royal Navy, died on 24th March 1869 at Lisbon, commanding HMS Northumberland, aged 45 years. He was taken ashore sick, and buried in the British cemetery

David Lousen DICKSON, 21+, bachelor, of Arbroath, Fife, the son of James and Mary Dickson, Lieutenant, R.N., married 5th February 1876, to Mary RAYMOND, 21+, spinster, of Portsmouth, the daughter of George and Mary Raymond

Ellen DIGAN, born 6th January 1889, at Royal Naval Hospital Bighi, the daughter of Frances juliette and Matthew Lewis Digan, Surgeon, Royal Navy

Edward DIXON, 19th April 1837, Able Seaman, HMS Russell. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

John Degaris DIXON Jnr., minor, bachelor, Purserís Steward, HMS Jasper, from Gosport, Hampshire, married 1st August 1827, to Lavinia LAWRENCE, minor, the daughter of Edward and Jane Lawrence, of London, employed by Hon.J.H.Frere

Cecil David James DODD, born 7th February 1834, the son of Hester Louisa and the Reverend Charles William Dodd, Chaplain, R.N., HMS Madagascar

Charles William DODD, of Westmorland, Chaplain, Royal Navy, HMS Madagascar, the son of the late Reverend J.W. Dodd of Westminster School, married 17th March 1832, to Hester Louisa DAVID, the daughter of Deputy Asst. Commissary General David of Malta

John DODDERELL, Boy, HMS Britannia, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Thomas DOLING, 21+, bachelor, born in Chatham, Kent, Captainís Steward, HMS Renown, married 21st January 1860 to, Anne Adelaide HUNT, 21+, spinster, born in Buckland, Dover, Kent, the daughter of Thomas and Anne Hunt

Thomas DONALD, 21+, bachelor, from Ayr, Scotland, Assistant Surgeon, HM Naval Hospital, married 26th August 1828, to Helen Maria BRECK, minor, spinster, the daughter of the late Alexander Breck, wine merchant in Marsala, Sicily, with consent of her Guardian William Richardson

John Anderson DOUGHERTY, 21+, bachelor, from Deptford, Kent, the son of John and Hannah Dougherty, Naval Instructor, HMS Invincible, married 7th March 1876, to Louisa Mary GRUNGO, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Abele and Magdalen Grungo

The Hon. George Henry DOUGLAS, 21+, born in Berlin, the son of the Earl of Morton, Lieutenant, on HMS Queen, married Thursday 18th July 1850, to Charlotte Martha PARKER, 21+, the third daughter of Vice-Admiral William Parker C-in-C of Forces in the Mediterranean

William DOUGLAS, 22nd January 1838, Quarter Master, from HMS Princess Charlotte. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

John Charles DOUST, aged 23 years, bachelor, E.R.A., Royal Navy, HMS Agamemnon, the son of William Alexander Doust, married 16th May 1891, to Elizabeth Louisa LONGSTAFF, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of John Henry Longstaff

Edward Augustus DOWN, died 26th December 1836, aged 18 years, the son of Captain E.A.Down, Midshipman serving on HMS Vanguard

Uriah DOWNER, aged 29 years, bachelor, Petty Officer, HMS Hibernia, the son of George Downer deceased, married 2nd December 1893, to Louisa MOULD, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of William Thomas Mould

Ellen Marion Maud DOWNES, born 1st May 1871, the daughter of Matilda and Edward Downes, Commander, R.N.

Henry John DREW, died on 12th August 1868, the son of Lieutenant J.C. Drew, Royal Navy

J.C. DREW, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, his wife gave birth to a son 9th August 1868 at Marsascala

John Clark DREW, 21+, bachelor, born Canada, Lieutenant, HMS Medina, the son of Andrew and Mary Drew, married 27th January 1863 to Rebecca Rowlstone RICKCORD, minor with her parents consent, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Thomas Pink Rickcord and Elizabeth his wife

Mrs DREW, the wife of Lieutenant John Clarke Drew, Royal Navy, HMS Hydra, gave birth to a daughter 23rd April 1865 at the Officerís Quarters, Isola

William DREW, 21+, bachelor, from Plymouth, Master of the Schooner Emmetje, married 27th December 1840 to, Rebecca UNDERHILL, 21+, spinster, from Chatham Kent, the youngest daughter of J. Underhill, HMS Ceylon

Thomas DRISCOLL, L/M, HMS Ganges, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Philip DUCKWORTH, died 22nd December 1865, aged 21 years, Able Seaman, Royal Navy

DULGAN. On 25th October 1847 Mr.Dulgan, Assistant Surgeon, and Mr.Bowden, Mate of HMS Hibernia were in Strada Reale when they were insulted by John Bingham. They took no notice of the first insult but he returned, and planted himself before them. They remonstrated with him, which led to words, and then to a scuffle. Mr.Bowden received a slight wound to his arm in warding off the blow; and Mr.Dulgan received a slight cut on his hand, when he attempted to separate them.The magistrate sentenced Bingham to be imprisoned for two months

Thomas DUNCAN, Able Seaman, HMS Blazer, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

William DUNNAPEES, Sailmaker, HMS Kent, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

John DUNWOODIE, 21+, bachelor, born in Ballynahinch, Ireland, Surgeon, Royal Navy, HMS Euryalus, married 15th February 1865 to, Louisa Helen HOWE, 21+, spinster, born in Barnsley, Yorkshire, the eldest daughter of Louisa Caroline and the Reverend Richard Bontein Howe, Chaplain HM Dockyard

H.M. DUTTON, aged 15 years, Midshipman, HMS Adventure, buried 15th December 1823

William Robert EAMES, aged 29 years, bachelor, E.R.A., HMS Colossus, the son of Edward Eames, married 25th April 1887, to Rose Kate DAVIDSON, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of William John Davison

Edward EARLE, Able Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Thomas EASTHAM , Royal Navy, in hospital at Malta, April 1881

Edward EAVERY, aged 22 years, HMS Renown, buried 14th January 1860

Frances Euphemia EDMONSTONE, born 6th February 1850, the daughter of Mary Elizabeth and Commander William Edmonstone, Royal Navy

William EDNEY, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Navy, the son of William and Catherine Anne Edney, married 13th July 1858 to, Georgina Compton BROKENSHIRE, 21+, spinster, born in London, the daughter of Henry and and Eliza Brokenshire

Frank Percy EDWARDS, aged 34 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, R.N., HMS Halcyon, the

son of John Edwards deceased, married 30th December 1899, to Alice Mary Breffney TERNAN, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Colonel Richard Richards Breffney Ternan

John EDWARDS, 23rd July 1829, Seaman. Brought from Messina. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Frederick Wilbraham EGERTON, full age, bachelor, Commander, Royal Navy, the son of Thomas Egerton, Clergyman, married 5th November 1879, to Mary Augusta Phipps HORNBY, full age, spinster, the daughter of Admiral Geoffrey Phipps Hornby, R.N.

John ELLESTON, Able Seaman, HMS Warspite, buried 10th September 1828

Archibald ELLIOTT, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

Francis ELLIOT, died 26th December 1854, Sailor, HMS Sampson, of apoplexy

John James ELLIOTT, born 6th May 1825, the son of John and Elizabeth Elliott, Seaman, HMS Cambrian

Nelson ELLIOTT, 21+, bachelor, from Deal, Kent, Master of HMS Weazle, married 2nd October 1825, to Louisa WILKINSON, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Wilkinson, from Portmouth, resident in Burmola

Thomas Forter ELLIOTT, 21+, bachelor, of South Shields, Boatswain, HMS Philomel, married 27th June 1831, to Isabella WALING, 21+, spinster, daughter of John Waling, of Barking, Essex, now HM Dockyard

Henry ELLIS, HMS Barham, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 29th December 1832

William ELLSWORTH, Master, Duke of York Transport, married 16th November 1816 to, Eliza SPATTARO, from Vienna

Lena Fanny ENGLAND, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Alfred James England, Engineer R.N., married 3rd April 1893, to James Francis GOLDEN, aged 31 years, bachelor, Clerk, Civil Service, the son of Michael Golden

Henry ERICKSON, died by drowning, abt.15th March 1861, of HMS Liffey. With two other crew members their boat capsized offshore. His body was recovered from Dockyard Creek on 17th March

Roland Charles John ERRINGTON, born 10th August 1885, the son of Arnold John and Mary Louise Errington, Commander, Royal Navy

Mr. ESHELBY, Surgeon, HMS Scylla, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 17th May 1831

William ESHELBY, aged about 24 years, HMS Rose, buried 19th January 1827

ETHERIDGE, died Tuesday 5th July 1847, a boy named Etheridge, fell from the rigging of HM sloop Bonetta. Verdict "Accidental Death"

William ETHERINGTON, aged 56 years, HMS Talbot, buried 10th November 1827

Evan EVANS, buried 23rd March 1858, aged 23 years, of HMS Conqueror, by falling from a mast

James EVANS, aged 28 years, bachelor, of Wednesbury, Staffordshire, the son of James and Mary Evans, Naval School Master, married 8th February 1871, to Emma Jerusha BURN, aged 18 years, spinster, of Devonport, Devon, the daughter of William Henry and Jerusha Mary Burn

Lieutenant John EVANS. On Monday morning, 20th February 1843, commanding HM Steam packet Polyphemus, was struck by apoplexy at his residence in Strada San Giovanni. He was taken to the Bighi Naval Hospital but died the next day. A native of Wimborne Minster, Dorset

George EVERDEN, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Mary Townsend EYRES, born 27th December 1892, the daughter of Rose Nankivell and Lieutenant Cresswell John Eyres, Royal Navy

William Robert FABIAN, Chief Engineer, HMS Arethusa, Court Martialed 11th March 1868, charged with "drinking intoxicating liquors to such an extent as to produce delirium tremens" Pleaded Guilty, sentenced to lose 16 months seniority, be severely reprimanded and be dismissed from his ship

William George Jeffrey FAHRER, born 15th May 1898 the son of William George and Elizabeth Fahrer, Shipís Steward, R.N.

James FAIRBROTHER, aged 35 years, widower, Engineer, HMS Iris, the son of James Fairbrother, married 13th March 1883, to Sarah M.G.J. GREGORY, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of George B. Gregory

Melita FAREMOUTH, daughter of the late Samuel Faremouth, R.N. married on 30th August 1881 to M.A.M. MIZZI, at St.Julians, Senglea

Dover FARRANT, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, Master, HMS Lapwing, the son of Dover and Emma Farrant, married 25th April 1861 to, Elizabeth Dorothy GRANT, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the eldest daughter of Paulina and the late George Grant

Mrs FARRANT, the wife of Dover Farrant, Royal Navy, HMS Lapwing, gave birth to a son 14th January 1862

Dover Augustus George De Horsey FARRANT, born 19th November 1865 in Valletta, the son of Elizabeth Dorothy and Dover Farrant, Master, Royal Navy

Emma Mary Grant FARRANT, born 15th September 1863, the daughter of Elizabeth Dorothy and Dover Farrant, R.N.

William FARROW, Sailmaker, Berwick Transport, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

Jonathan FAULKNER, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsea, Steward, HMS Medusa, the son of Jonathan and Harriet Faulkner, married 28th July 1852 to, Maria Evelina WALING, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling

Michael FENNEY, Shipwright, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Edwin Henry FERGUSON, aged 24 years, bachelor, ERA, HMS Scout, the son of Edwin John Ferguson, Foreman Moulder, married 2nd April 1895 to, Maria SCOLARO, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Lewis Scolaro, Professor of Music

John FERGUSON, Captain's Coxswain, HMS Vesuvius, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Edmund Grindall FESTING, married 7th May 1880, aged 34 years, bachelor, Lieut-Commander, HMS Coquette, son of Benjamin Morton Festing deceased, to Elizabeth Jacqueline MAMO, 20 years, spinster, daughter of Louis Mamo

John Bosquet FIELD, 21+, bachelor, born Wootton Hall, Northamptonshire, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, the eldest son of Louisa and the Reverend John Field, of Braybrooke, Northamptonshire, married 19th October 1848 to, Cecilia MOSTYN, 21+, spinster, the second daughter of Cecilia Susannah and Dr. Henry Thornton Mostyn, late Suregeon, 47th Regiment

John George Mostyn FIELD, born 11th October 1849, the son of Cecilia and Lieutenant John Bousquet Field, of HMS Flying Fish

James FINN, died 3rd October 1850, Carpenter, on board HM Brig Frolic, from cholera

FITZGERALD. 4th April 1829, Seaman, from HMS Wellesley. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

John FLETCHER, Commander, HMS Alacrity, buried 13th November 1827

James FLINN, on 17th June 1851, Marine, on HMS Superb, who had attempted suicide under sentence to receive four dozen lashes, had recovered and was ordered up to receive his punishment. As much as he could bear was well laid on, after which he was untied

Richard FLOOD, aged 24 years, bachelor, Seaman, Royal Navy, HMS Dolphin, married 6th April 1893, to Ellen HALES, aged 26 years, spinster

Robert FLOWERS, Signalman, HMS Marlborough, Court Martial 11th March 1864, sentenced to 1 year 2 months Hard Labour and to be dismissed the service for assaulting a Midshipman

William FLYNN, born Malta, aged 20 years, Able Seaman, serving on HMS Woodlark, April 1881

Arthur FORBES, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Captain, HMS Renown, the son of Harriet and Bartholomew Forbes, married 27th August 1859 to, Leonie Emma MARESCAUX, 21+, spinster, born in St.Omer, France, the daughter of Adolphe and Emma Georgina Marescaux

Arthur FORBES, died 9th September 1859, on HMS Victor Emmanuel. Whilst aloft  on shrouds lost his hold and on fell on Charles Heywood, a boy, both died from injuries

Charles Ragueneau Pecco FORBES, 21+, bachelor, born in St.Servan, France, Master, Royal Navy, the son of Ellen and the late Captain Robert Forbes, R.N., married 29th January 1853 to, Eleanor Walker CHIMMO, 21+, spinster, born in Dartmouth, the fourth daughter of Benjamin Chimmo, Paymaster, R.N., and his wife Catherine

Paolo FORMOSA, born Malta, aged 38 years, Commodoreís Steward, serving on HMS Boadicea, April 1881

Captain FORTESCUE, Royal Navy, died about 18th May 1865

Jacob FOUNTAIN, Sailmaker, HMS Warrior, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

William FOUNTAIN, Rear Admiral Superintendent's Messenger, buried 31st May 1839

Robert FOWLER, HMS Madagascar, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 29th October 1830

David FRANCIS. 29th March 1837, Seaman, on HMS Pembroke. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

Charles Henry Augustus FRAZER, born 15th February 1864, the son of Ann Elizabeth and John Frazer, 1st Assistant Engineer, HMS Cockatrice

John FRAZER, 21+, bachelor, born in Inverness, Scotland, Assistant Engineer HMS Medina, the son of Alexander and Agnes Frazer, married 22nd January 1863 to, Anne Elizabeth DANIELS, spinster, minor, born in Hull, the daughter of Henry and Hannah Daniels

John Osmond FREELAND, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, HMS Beacon, married 3rd April 1843, to Mary Elizabeth SPENCER, minor, of New York U.S.A., with consent of her Guardian. A marriage took place on 12th December 1842 in Candia, Crete, at the house of HM Consul, performed by the Reverend George Benton, Minister of the American Episcopal Church. This ceremony in Malta was to ensure legality since there was some uncertaintly regarding the law about marriages of English subjects abroad.

William Henry FREELAND, born 27th October 1843 at Candia, Crete, the son of Mary Elizabeth and Lieutenant John Osmond Freeland, Royal Navy, HMS Beacon

William FREEMAN. 10th November 1836, from HMS Asia. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

Antonio FRENDO, born Malta, aged 30 years, married, Stoker, serving on HMS Hector, April 1881

John FRIAR, HMS Saumarez, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 22nd April 1830

William FRYER, 21+, bachelor, from Gosport, Seaman, HMS Caledonia, married 10th July 1849 to, Mary FARRUGIA, 21+, spinster, born in Valletta

Alfred FULLETT, died 2nd October 1857, Sailor, HMS Princess Royal, aged 20 years. Fell from masthead onto the deck and death was instantaneous from a fractured skull

John FURLEY, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Royal Oak, died 17th March 1864, aged 24 years

Herbert Horatio GAIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of Jonathan and Jane Gain, married 15th September 1856 to,Matilda Purdie GOODENOUGH, spinster, minor, born in Smyrna, the daughter of Josephine and the late Edmund Goodenough

Richard GAIN, born 9th April 1861, the son of Matilda Purdie and Herbert Horatio Gain, Paymaster, Royal Navy

James GALVIN, S. Mate, HMS Volcano, died between 1st October and 24th December 1838

Thomas Richard GANE, buried 8th July 1902, aged 47 years, born in Cornwall, a pensioner. Had been an Engine Room Artificer in the Royal Navy, and later worked as a Coppersmith in the Dockyard. Having no relations in Malta, his children were in England, his funeral was arranged by his fellow workers.

Thomas GANETT, Boy, HMS Bellerophon, buried 5th February 1837

Elizabeth GARDENER, born 30th April 1842, the daughter of Amelia and Edward Horatio Gardener, Able Seaman, HMS Calcutta. The younger twin

William Joseph GARDENER, born 30th April 1842, the son of Amelia and Edward Horatio Gardener, Able Seaman, HMS Calcutta. The elder twin

Thomas GARDINER, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Frank McMurray GARDNER, born 19th June 1848, the son of Lieutenant George Johnson Gardner, commanding officer HM Steamer Oberon, and Annie his wife

George GARDNER, died 12th June 1848, aged 19 years, at sea on the Sophia, from Calcutta to England. The son of Lieutenant G.J.Gardner, of HM Oberon.

John GARDNER, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Plymouth, the son of John Gardner, Engineer, Royal Navy, married 6th May 1879, to Jemima Martha MILLS, aged 23 years, spinster, of Gillingham, Kent, the daughter of John Mills

Nicholas GATT, born Malta, aged 26 years, serving on HMS Northampton, April 1881

I. GEAR, Able Seaman, HMS Hind, died from cholera, buried 22nd July 1837

Stephen GEER. 15th November 1836, from HMS Vanguard. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

James GEORGE, Sailmaker, HMS Prevoyante, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Ambrose GERMAN had a quarrel on board HMS London, with Seaman Malcolm, about 6th February 1862. German stabbed Malcolm, who died a few days later in Bighi Naval Hospital, from the wounds. German was taken into custody

James GIBBONS, Shipwright, HMS Pilot, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Henry Cecil William GIBSON, born 17th November 1847, the son of Henry Staines Gibson, Paymaster and Purser, R.N., and Mary Ann his wife

Henry C.W. GIBSON, born Malta, aged 33 years, Paymaster, serving on HMS Boadicea, April 1881

William GILBERT, aged 30 years, HMS Revenge, buried 18th May 1825

David GILBRAITH, Sailmaker, HMS Warrior, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

John GILES, Shipwright, HMS Alceste, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

George GILHAM. 1st December 1836, Boy, from HMS Barham. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

W. GILHAM, Able Seaman, HMS Rodney, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

John GILL, Sailmaker, HMS Seahorse, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

Dr. Leonard GILLESPIE, 1758 - 1842, the first Physician to be appointed to the Malta Naval Hospital. 1803 - 1804. In January 1805 joined HMS Victory as Physician to the Fleet #

John GILLOVAN, Carpenter's Mate, HMS Cambridge, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Abraham GIRLING, Sailmaker, HMS Charon, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

John GIRLING, Boy, HMS Asia, died 19th September 1837 in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital

William GLANVILLE, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Minden, died in Bighi Royal Navy Hospital, between 1st April and 30th June 1839

William GLOYN, 21+, bachelor, Purserís Steward, HMS Alecto, married 27th March 1842 to, Mary Ann MIDDLETON, widow, resident in Malta

Joseph GLUMIN, Able Seaman, HMS Albion, buried 27th November 1827

Thomas GODDARD, Ropemaker, HMS Lucifer, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Thomas Fenn GODFREY, aged 23 years, bachelor, E.R.A. Royal Navy, HMS Humber, the son of Charles Godfrey, married 9th December 1891, to Eliza Mary Ann HAWKINS, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Mark Hawkins

Philip GODWIN. 18th July 1837, Boy, from HMS Russell. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

William GOFF, Seaman, HMS Rochfort, buried 1st May 1823

James GOLDFINCH, born Malta, aged 19 years, Ordinary seaman, serving on HMS Ready, April 1881

H. GOLDING, HMS Donegal, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 6th February 1832

John GOLDING, Able Seaman, HMS Ceylon, died of cholera, buried July 1837

Charity Elizabeth GOLDSMITH, nee HORE, died 25th October 1840, the wife of Lieutenant H.C. Goldsmith, Commanding HM Steamer Megaera. The daughter of the late James Hore

Thomas Lewis GOOCH, Lieutenant, R.N., the third son of Sir Thomas Gooch, Bart., of Benacre Hall, Suffolk, MP for the County of Suffolk, married 20th February 1829, to Anne Europa GARDNER, the eldest daughter of Colonel the Hon.W.H.Gardner, and niece of the late Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Gardner KCB.

Leonard Victor William GOODENOUGH, born 25th October 1865, the son of Victoria Henrietta and Captain James Graham Goodenough, R.N., HMS Victoria

John GOODING, Boy, HMS Asia, buried 11th February 1829

George GOODMAN, HMS Revenge, buried 26th December 1826

George GOODWIN, Sailor, on HMS Collosus, aged 18 years, was stabbed and murdered by Giuseppe Vella, No.1193, Gunner, Royal Malta Fencible Artillery. From Mosta. Vella was hung on 13th March 1893

John GORDON, aged 49 years, HMS Revenge, buried 8th March 1825

Richard Cramer GORDON, aged 41 years, widower, Naval pensioner, married 4th Janaury 1886 to, Grazia BOHM, aged 40 years, widow, the daughter of Joseph COPPLA

Alfred Charles GOREY, 21+, bachelor, of London, the son of James and Jane Gorey, AB, HMS Pandora, married 5th June 1872, to Alice PAGE, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of John and Mary JONES

James GOSS, Second Master of HMS Impregnable, Court Martialed on a charge of having struck with violence Edward Purvis, Quarter Master HMS Impregnable and that death ensued. The sentence of the court decided charge proved and condemned the prisoner to be dismissed from HM service. About 10th March 1842

Robert GOUGH, Able Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st July and 30th September 1841

Daniel GOULD, Sailmaker, HMS Charon, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William GOULDING, Seaman, HMS Euryalus, buried 18th November 1823

William GOVAN, aged 43 years, Seaman, HMS Zebra, buried 1st June 1826

Henry GRACE, died 2nd June 1869, Quartermaster, HMS Newport. A boat capsized off St.Elmo Point, returning from Grand Harbour to Marsamuscetto Harbour, with William Payne, Leading Seaman, Henry Porter, Able Seaman, Sydney Porter, boy, John Lazazari, boy, William H.Seldon, boy, John Walters, boy, R.Brooman, boy, and Andrew Cook, boy, who was the only survivor

William GRAHAM, 21+, widower, Rear Admiral, the son of General Joseph Graham, married 26th September 1882, to Agnes Jane LAWTON, 21+, widow, the daughter of the Reverend William Yalden Thomson

George GRANT, bachelor, of Gosport, Hampshire, serving on HMS Caldeonia, married 28th October 1835, to Paola Anna BORG, spinster, of St.Paulís Parish, Valletta

W.H. GRANVILLE, Clerk, HMS Vanguard, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Frances Martha GRAVES, born 2nd January 1840, the daughter of Frances Sarah and Lieutenant Thomas Graves, Royal Navy

Thomas GRAVES, bachelor, Lieutenant, R.N., commanding HM Surveying Vessel Beacon, married 27th February 1839, to Frances Sarah BAYLEY, spinster, the second and younger daughter of Major Charles Andrews Bayley, Inspector of Police on Gozo

Thomas GRAVES, died 28th August 1856, aged 53 years. Royal Navy Captain. Superintendent of Ports. Born in Belfast 1802. Died from a wound inflicted by Maltese boatman Guiseppe Meli, who was later tried for murder

Thomas Bayley GRAVES, born 13th April 1842, the son of Frances Sarah and Commander Thomas Graves, R.N.

Vincent GRAVINI, aged 27 years, born Malta, Bandsman, serving on HMS Euryalus, April 1881

John GRAY, appointed Surgeon in Charge, Naval Hospital Medical Staff, 25th November 1803

Hugh GREEN, 21+, bachelor, from Dublin, Captains Servant, HMS Revenge, married 28th May 1828, to Emma Georgina Jane SPELLINGS, aged 20 years, the daughter of David Spellings, from Portsmouth

John A. GREGORY, died Saturday, 22nd December 1849, Midshipman, HMS Powerful, at Bighi Naval Hospital, aged 16 years 6 months. Second son of Dr.G. Gregory of London

Peter J. GREGORY, born Malta, aged 24 years, Engine Room Artificer, serving on HMS Turquoise, April 1881

Eleanor G. GRENVILLE, died in 1851, the daughter of Commander George Grenville, Roiyal Navy

Captain Hon. George GREY, married 20th January 1845, to Jane Frances STUART, the third daughter of His Excellency Sir Patrick Stuart.

George GREY, aged 17 years, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

William GRIFFIN, died 17th March 1851, HM Steamer Medina. A boat of HM Steamer Medina was sent with a crew of six men under the command of Mr.Long, to find an anchor and part of cable which she had slipped some days before. When leaving Quarantine harbour from Marsamxett, having suceeded in their task, they were passing St.Elmo, when they were suddently struck by a heavy squall and capsized. The Officer and crew were seen struggling in the water, and two men William Griffin and John Crawley struck out for shore and soon sank Mr.Long was picked up and the boat taken in tow by Superb to Medina

Edward GRIFFITHS, Sailmaker, HMS Excellent, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Edward Harry John GROGAN, aged 24 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, R.N., HMS Caesar, the son of Lieut-Colonel Edward Grogan, Black Watch, married 28th March 1900, to Beatrice Eleanor FARQUHARSON, aged 26 years, spinster, the daughter of Major Frank Edward Henry Farquharson deceased

James GROGAN, died April 1859, aged 22 years, HMS Marlborough

James GROVES, Boy, HMS Rochfort, buried 9th October 1823

Richard GUNNING. A Coroner's inquest held on 28th March 1838, on the body of Richard Gunning, Seaman of HMS Pembroke. His corpse was found by a Maltese boatman when dragging the bottom of the harbour where the ship had been moored. He went missing at dusk on the 22nd March. Jury reached a verdict that he threw himself overboard. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

William GUY, 21+, bachelor, born in Weymouth, Shoemaker, HMS Enterprise, the son of James and Maria Guy, married 12th April 1866 to, Mary BURKE, 21+, the widow of John Burke, 3rd Regiment, born in Malta, the daughter of Lorenzo and Paula STORACE

Henry HACK, 21+, bachelor, 2nd Engineer HMS Radamanthus, married 15th September 1850 to, Sarah PROCTOR, spinster, minor, the daughter of the late Samuel and Sarah Proctor

George HADLEY, Smith, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

George HALL, Able Seaman, HMS Cambridge, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

George S. HALL, died Thursday 19th December 1844, acting Master of HMS Geyser, leaving a widow and family

Charles HALLETT, died about 22nd August 1861, aged 15 years, the son of the late Commander E.K.A.Hallett, R.N.

Charles Frederick HALLETT, born 23rd December 1846, the son of Mary Wells and Edward Knatchbull Hughes Hallett, R.N.

Edward Knatchbull Hughes HALLETT, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 3rd August 1841, to Mary Wells WOOLLEY, 21+, spinster, resident Malta

Edward K. Hughes HALLETT, R.N., resident Malta, electoral list 1853

Edward K.A. HALLETT, died 27th May 1861, Commander, Royal Navy, aged 52 years. On the afternoon of the 29th May his coffin was borne by sailors of HMS Liffey from his residence to Sliema mole for conveyance across Marsamuscetto harbour to Sa Maison mole. Pall bearers were Rear Admiral Codrington CB, Captain Preedy CB, Lieutenant Sullivan, Dr.Forrest, Lieut-Colonel Mitford and Mr.Alfred Christian. From Sa Maison the sailors from HMS Hibernia, of which the deceased held command, carried the coffin to the Ta Braxia cemetery for interment, the pall bearers being joined by Surgeon Sankey R.N., and Captain Boyle, R.A. Commander Hallett was on half pay and was promoted in 1841 to rank held at the time of his death. He commanded boats of HMS Bellerophon at the capture of St.Jean D'Acre in 1840. Possessing private means, he took up residence in Malta several years before his death. He left a widow and four children

Harry Francis Hughes HALLETT, born 11th October 1844, the son of Mary Wells and Edward Knatchbull Hughes Hallet, Commander, Royal Navy. He died 12th July 1913 in Plymouth, Vice Admiral, son of Commander Edward Knatchbull Hughes-Hallett and Mary Wells Hughes-Hallett. Buried in Malta 19th December 1913

Henry Thomas Hughes HALLETT, born 19th December 1848, the son of Mary Wells and Edward Knatchbull Hughes Hallett, R.N.

Mary Wells Hughes HALLETT, died 25th March 1890, the widow of Commander Edward Knatchbull Hughes-Hallett, R.N.

John HALPIN, died about 30th November 1861, aged 24 years, of HMS Mars. Missing since 30th November, his body was found in the harbour on 5th December

Ann Melita Rowan HAMILTON, born 26th September 1822, the daughter of Catherine and Gowan William Rowan Hamilton, Post Captain, Royal Navy, commanding HMS Cambrian

George Rowan HAMILTON, born 13th April 1821, the son of Catherine and Gowan William Rowan Hamilton, Post Captain, Royal Navy

James HAMILTON, Able Seaman, HMS Bellerophon, buried 26th July 1837

John HAMILTON, HMS St.Vincent, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 30th October 1831

Richard HAMMETT minor, bachelor, born Barnstable, Devon, Seaman, Carpenterís Crew, HMS Caledonia, the son of Abraham and Elizabeth Hammett, married 18th April 1870, to Concetta ZAHRA, minor, spinster born Malta, the daughter of Salvo and Rosa Zahra

Mr. HAMMOND, Clerk, HMSÖÖ., his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 27th January 1831

Edward HAMMOND, died 31st March 1851, aged 44 years, a Gunner on HMS Queen. When employed in main top to shackle main top sail sheet fell to the deck below, and was killed instantly. Accompanied to his grave, by Captain Wise and 100 comrades, preceeded by the band. Each Mess had subscribed 10 shilings to erect a monument to his memory and also to record the fate of those who died the previous year of Cholera

John HAMMOND, Able Seaman, HMS Princess Charlotte, died 20th September 1837

Thomas HAMMOND, Sailmaker, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

James HANCOCK, Shipwright, HMS Pilot, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Thomas HANCOCK, Able Seaman, HMS Russell, buried 20th June 1837

William HANCOCK, Able Seaman, HMS Hermes died of cholera, buried 20th June 1837

William HANCOCK, Royal Navy, in Malta hospital, April 1881

Frederick HANDLEY, born 20th February 1839, the son of Ann and James Handley, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

Lieutenant HANSON, of the Transport Tamar, charged with being asleep on watch and intoxicated. Found Guilty at his Court Martial held on 19th May 1864, and sentenced to be dismissed the service

J. HARDING, Purser, HMS Favorite, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 17th July 1830

James HARDY, died 7th February 1855, aged 24 years, from Cork, Ireland. Mate of HM Frigate Leander. Died of Epilepsy

William HARLOW, Able Seaman, HMS Britannia, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st July and 30th September 1841

Henry HARMAN, 21+, bachelor, from Tottenham Court Road, London, serving on HMS Edinburgh, married 5th January 1836, to Ann LOVELL, the widow of Private Charles Lovell, 53rd Regiment

William HARMER, Sailmaker, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

George HARRIS, bachelor, from Newcastle-on-Tyne, Boatswain, HMS Raleigh, married 8th April 1832, to Mary CROSBY, spinster, from Worcester, resident in Malta

Andrew HART, Sailmaker, HMS Alceste, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Mrs HART, the wife of James Hart, gave birth to a son 28th December 1899, at Royal Naval Hospital Bighi

John HART, Sailmaker, HMS Pilot, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Dr. Alfred HARVEY, living at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, electoral list 1852 Employed at Naval Hospital

Edward HARVEY, Rear Admiral resident Malta, electoral list 1853

James HARVEY, Able Seaman, HMS Medina, buried 26th January 1824

Robert Beazley HARVEY, Commander, resident Malta, electoral list 1862 and 1864 (HMS Hibernia).

Henry Hebbard HASKELL, aged 25 years, bachelor, Steward, Royal Navy, the son of Edward Haskell, married 29th April 1884, to Sarah Jane COOK, aged 18 years, spinster, the daughter of Richard Cook

George HASTY, Masters Assistant, HMS Rattlesnake, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 9th June 1831

Edwin HAWKE, Engineer, HMS Lord Warden, Court Martialed 9th April 1868, charged with excessive drinking causing delerium tremens. Found Guilty, sentenced loss of 12 months seniority and to be dismissed from his ship

John HAWKINS, HMS St.Vincent, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 16th November 1832

William HAYES, Able Seaman, HMS Barham, buried 12th February 1837

William HAYES, Royal Navy, in Malta hospital, April 1881

John HAYWARD, aged 16 years, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

William Thomas Hamshaw HAYWARD, born 9th March 1873, the son of Emily and William Henry Hayward, Lieutenant, R.N.

Arthur Raymond HEATH, born 18th October 1854, the son of Mary Emma and Commander Leopold George Heath, Royal Navy

John HEATH, Shipwright, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Leopold George HEATH, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Commander, Royal Navy, HMS Niger, the son of George Thomas Heath and his wife Ann, married 8th December 1853 to, Mary Emma MARSH, 21+, spinster, born in Kilburn, London, the fifth daughter of Ann and the late Arthur Cuthbert Marsh

Madeline Marion Catherine HEATH, baptised 21st May 1892, the daughter of Elizabeth Catherine and Lieutenant Leopold George Heath, Royal Navy

John HEDGCOCK, died Monday 23rd April 1849, aged 85 years, at his daughter's residence, Garden House, Cospicua. Several years resident there, with his son-in-law Stephen Jerome. He served at sea for several years, and in the battles his country had won, under Admiral Duncan and Admiral Nelson, the victors of De Winter and Bruyes, at Camperdown and the Nile, 1797 and 1798

Julius HELMOUTH, Bandsman, HMS Royal Oak, died 2nd February 1864, aged 32 years

Edwin HENBEST, Royal Navy, in prison at Malta, April 1881

John Thomas HENDER, born 11th January 1827, baptised December 1861, the son of Susannah and Thomas Hender, HMS Caesar

Matthew HENDERSON, Carpenter, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Robert John HENDERSON, aged 21 years, bachelor, 2nd Yeoman of Signals, HMS Hibernia, the son of James Henderson, Mason, married 18th April 1892, to Mary Campbell Mackenzie SMITH, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of William Smith, Watchmaker

Thomas HENDERSON, Sailmaker, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

W.F. HENNA, died 3rd October 1850, of cholera at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital. Paymaster and Purser of HM Brig Frolic

Matthew HENNESEY, Cook, HMS Vanguard, buried 6th March 1837

Hamilton Dickson Robert HENNING, 21+, bachelor, of Compton Bishop, Somerset,Assistant Surgeon, HMS Alban, married 12th November 1831, to Henrietta Eliza STILON, 21+, spinster, of Stoke, Hampshire.

H.D.R. HENNING, Surgeon and Storekeeper, R.N. Hospital Bighi in 1847

Dr. Hamilton HENNING, living at the Royal Naval Hospital, Bighi, 1852

John HENRY, Able Seaman, HMS Spartiate, buried 15th November 1828

Samuel HERALD, HMS St.Vincent, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 15th July 1831

Daniel HENWOOD, aged 22 years, Armourer, HMS Philomel, buried 7th June 1827

Mrs HEWLETT, the wife of Graham Hewlett, Royal Navy, HM Dockyard, gave birth to a daughter 21st March 1891

Graham HEWLETT, aged 24 years, bachelor, Asst.Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of William Hewlett, married 2nd March 1889, to Edith Marian CLEVERTON, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederick William Cleverton

Charles HEYWOOD, died 9th September 1859, a boy, on HMS Victor Emmanuel,fatally injured when Arthur Forbes fell on him from aloft, whilst employed on shrouds he lost his hold. Both died from their injuries

G.B. HILL, Assistant Surgeon, Naval Hospital Bighi, in 1856

George B. HILL, living at the Royal Naval Hospital, Bighi, electorial list 1852

George Birnie HILL, 21+, bachelor, born in Ballyclare, Antrim, Ireland, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Navy, the son of Edward and Sarah Hill, married 22nd April 1854 to, Emma CHIMMO, 21+, spinster, born in Dartmouth, the second daughter of Catherine and the late Benjamin Chimmo, Naval Storekeeper Malta

William Edward HILL, aged 29 years, bachelor, ERA, Royal Navy, the son of Edward Hill, married 1st June 1898 to, Flora GATES, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Frederick Gates

William Frederick HILL, baptised 26th August 1900, the son of Flora and William Edward Hill, Artificer, Torpedo Department

William HILLMAN, Shipwright, HMS Success, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

George Thomas HILLS, aged 31 years, bachelor, Shipís Steward, R.N., the son of William Hills, married 22nd February 1880, to Celia SOWDEN, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of William George Sowden

Charles HOARE, Able Seaman, HMS Princess Charlotte, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Augustus Charles HOBART, 21+, bachelor, born Walton, Leicestershire, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Bulldog, the son of the Reverend Augustus Edward and the late Emma Hobart, married 9th May 1848 to, Mary Anne GRANT, spinster, minor, the second daughter of the late Dr. Colquhoun Grant, Army Staff Surgeon, and Mary Anne Grant, resident in Malta

Ellen Elizabeth HOBBS, born 19th July 1880, at Landport, England, baptised in Malta 1884, the daughter of James Henry and Mary Jane Hobbs, E.R.A., Royal Navy

Thomas HOBBS, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Lieutenant HOBSON, R.N., at the brig William piracy trial, January 1820

William James HOCKING, aged 25 years, bachelor, ERA, R.N., the son of William John Head Hocking, married 1st July 1899, to Elsie Rose AUSTIN, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles Austin

William HODGSON, Sailmaker, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Jacob HOFFMAN, Sailmaker, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

George HOILE, died about 27th January 1861, HMS Renown, by drowning

Frederick HOLLAND, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, R.N., the second son of the late Swinton Colthurst Holland, of Roehampton, Surrey, married 14th September 1842 to, Susan CHRISTIAN, 21+, spinster, born in Amsterdam, the eldest daughter of Samuel Christian of Malta

Susan (Susanna) HOLLAND, died Thursday 11th July 1844, aged 25 years, at the house of her father Samuel Christian. The wife of Lieutenant Frederick Holland, R.N.

Helen Sarah Melita HOLLOWAY, born 17th October 1892, the daughter of Sarah and Charles Henry Holloway, Steward, Royal Navy

Thomas HOLMES, Carpenter, HMS Tendon, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

John HOPEWELL, Smith, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Arthur William HOPKINS, born 20th November 1862, the son of Rachel Elizabeth and Captain Francis Powell Hopkins

David HOPKINS, 21+, bachelor, born in Liverpool, Engineer, HMS Princess Royal, the son of John and Charlotte Hopkins, married 7th December 1858 to, Elizabeth BECK, spinster, minor, born in Deptford, Kent, the daughter of Francis and Mary Beck

Gilbert Houston Stewart HORE, born 2nd January 1854, the son of Maria and Lieutenant Edward George Hore, Royal Navy

Henry Reid HORE, born 25th January 1856, the son of Maria and Lieutenant Edward George Hore, Royal Navy

Amy Jane HORNIMAN, born Friday 2nd December 1842, at Floriana, the daughter of Robert Layton Horniman, Purser of HMS Rodney, and his wife Margaret Jane. Buried 29th July 1843, aged 8 months

Amy Margaret HORNIMAN, born 20th August 1844, the daughter of Margaret Jane and Robert Layton Horniman, Royal Navy

Charles Robert HORNIMAN, born 25th May 1841, the son of Robert Layton Horniman, Purser of HMS Rodney, and Margaret Jane his wife

John Richard HORNIMAN, born 15th April 1840, the son of Robert Layton Horniman, Purser on HMS Rodney, and Margaret Jane his wife

Admiral HOTHAM. His flagship was HMS St.Vincent. He occupied Admiralty House, Strada Mezzodi, Valletta, now the Museum of Fine Arts

Thomas HOW, Sailmaker, HMS Agincourt, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

John HOWE, Smith, HMS Warrior, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Reverend Richard B. HOWE, Chaplain to H.M.Dockyard, and Royal Naval Hospital 1858 - 1862. Chaplain to HMS Hibernia 1865

Frances E. HOLMES, in January 1857, Mate, HMS Swallow, found Guilty at his Court Martial of drunkenness, and sentenced to be dismissed the service

James Charles HOOPER, baptised 16th January 1870, the son of Charles and Elizabeth Hooper. HMS Lord Warden. Born 18th June 1849

Abraham HOWARD. 11th August 1829. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital by John Liddell

2nd Class Boy HUDSON and 2nd Class Boy Crannis, of HMS Trident, reported late back from leave when the ship was in Gibraltar. On 9th November 1861, although both had been of good character, Commander Nicolas, HMS Trident had them caned over the breech with 60/70 cuts administered by a man with his full force, then kept them on deck without food for 12 hours. For the same offence both boys were brought up 2 days later on Monday 11 November and again received 60/70 cuts. Crannis was brought up a third time on Tuesday 12th November given 115 cuts and punishment only ceased when he had become insensible. Boy Crannis, received a total of 265 lashes and Boy Hudson a total of 151 lashes. At a Court Martial held in February 1862 in Malta Commander Nicolas was dismissed the service with disgrace for the excessive caning of these two 17 year old boys

Philip HUDSON, R.N., bachelor, born in Metton, Norfolk, Lieutenant, the son of the Reverend Philip Hudson, Rector of Metton, Norfolk, married 5th June 1849, to Frances BROWNE, spinster, the eldest daughter of Colonel Fielding Browne, Barrack Master Malta

Philip HUDSON, died 19th March 1850, Lieutenant, R.N., aged 30 years, of HMS Harlequin, at the residence of his father-in-law, Colonel Fielding Browne C.B., in Floriana

Charles Maurice HUGHES, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, 2nd Master, HMS Triton, the son of Morris and sarah Hughes, married 31st October 1853 to, Mary FOWLES, spinster, minor, born in Deptford, Kent, the third daughter of Maria and John Fowles, Master Shipwright HM Dockyard

Edward HUGHES, Carpenter, HMS Madras, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William HUGHES, 21+, bachelor, from Macclesfield, Armourers Mate, HMS Warspite, married 9th December 1827, to Mary DELEO, 21+, the widow of John GRAVES, Royal Artillery, native of Messina, Sicily

George HUMPHREY, married 1874, to Mary Ellen MARAGRA

James William HUMPHREY, 21+, bachelor, born at sea, registered Woolwich, Kent, Seaman, HMS Volage, married 18th January 1849 to, Calcidonia CUSCHIERI, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe Cuschieri

William HUMPHRIES, Able Seaman, HMS Hastings, died between 1st October and 24th December 1838

Richard Henry HUNTER, 21+, bachelor, born St.Nicholas, Rochester, Kent, Gunner, HMS Medina, the son of Thomas and Mary Hunter, married 11th March 1852 to, Harriet Maria MURRAY, aged 19 years, spinster, with motherís consent, born Corfu, the daughter of Maria and the late James Murray, Maria now re-married to Robert COSTER

Thomas HUSCROFT, Royal Navy, in Malta hospital, April 1881

William INCH, aged 29 years, bachelor, E.R.A., Royal Navy, the son of John Inch, married 1st July 1893, to, Carmela SCOLARO, aged 17 years, the daughter of Professor Lewis Scolaro

Alexander INGLIS, Seaman, HMS Cambrian, buried 14th April 1824

William B. INMAN, died 19th November 1861, aged 19 years, Midshipman, HMS Marlborough. Whilst the ship was at exercise stations he fell from the main top, striking the rigging and a lower deck port, before finally falling into the sea. He was picked up and taken to Bighi Naval Hospital. He later died due to his skull being fractured

Charles Paul IRBY, buried 17th May 1836, aged 18 years, Midshipman, HMS Caledonia

John IRVINE, Boy, HMS Hind, buried 19th September 1823

William Henry IRVINE, born 9th February 1832, the son of Anne Catherine and Samuel Irvine, MD, Surgeon, Royal Navy

Charles IVEMEY, died 13th January 1834, aged 30 years, Seaman, HM Steam Vessel Meteor

Clement Dunsford IVEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Steward, HMS Caledonia, the son of Henry and Mary Ann Ivey, married 1st January 1866 to, Amelia LITTLEJOHN, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Ann and John Littlejohn

John JACK, aged 47 years, bachelor, born in Lanark, Surgeon, HMS Royal Oak, the son of Robert and Margaret Jack, married 17th November 1865 to, Catherine PICKTHORN, 21+, spinster, born in Plymouth, the daughter of Jessie and Commander John Pickthorn R.N.

John JACKSON, died 13th September 1804, HMS Royal Sovereign

John JACKSON, aged 22 years, Able Seaman, HMS Zebra, buried 21st April 1828

Commander M.G. JACKSON, R.N., wounded on HMS Octavia off Abyssinian Coast, landed too weak to continue to England, 5th March 1868

William JACKSON, HMS Madagascar, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 30th January 1831

Nathaniel JACOBS, Smith, HMS Warrior, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Thomas JACOBS, HMS St.Vincent, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 22nd July 1831

Benjamin JAMES, aged 23 years, bachelor, E.R.A., Royal Navy, HMS Scout, the son of William James, married 15th December 1888 to, Agnes GLENDAY, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Robert Glenday

John JAMES, Smith, HMS Pilot, working in HM Dockyard, February 1809

John JAMES, Able Seaman, HMS Revenge, buried 11th March 1824

Leonard JAMES, Able Seaman, HMS Caledonia, buried 19th February 1837

William JAMES, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Cambridge, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

Andrew JAMESON, died 21st March 1806, HMS Pylades

Robert JAMESON, died 13th January 1804, HMS Margiana

George JAMIESON, 21+, bachelor, born in Scotland, Steward, HMS Firefly, married 23rd January 1866 to, Mary ROTHERHAM, 21+, spinster, born in Sheffield

Frederick William JARRAD, bachelor, Royal Navy, the only son of J.Jarrad, of Borham, Surrey, married 9th September 1867 to, Hilda Agnes Elvira BAKER, spinster, the youngest daughter of B.B.Baker LL.D.

Elizabeth JEFFERY, born 2nd January 1844, the daughter of Mary Jemima and Robert Major Jeffery, Purser, HMS LíAigle

Henry JEFFERY, born 13th March 1842, the son of Lucy and Joseph Jeffery, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

Thomas JEFFEREYS, Sailmaker, HMS Topaze, working in HM Dockyard, February 1809

Henry JELLICOE, died 6th December 1836, aged 48 years. Commander of HMS Canopus, which was previously the French ship Franklin captured at the battle of the Nile. He served in the Mediterranean 1803 to 1809 and again 1835 to 1837

Harry JENNER, aged 31 years, bachelor, ERA, HMS Illustrious, the son of Richard Henry Jenner, married 20th December 1899 to, Gertrude BOATE, aged 19 years, spinster, the daughter of Gerald Boate

Harry JENNER, born 2nd November 1900, the son of Gertrude and Harry Jenner, Engine Room Artificer, Royal Navy, of ĎCricketers Armsí, Cospicua

H.R. JENNER, HMS Princess Charlotte, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Jonathan JEWITT, Carpenter, HMS Madras, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

James JOHNS, died 7th January 1804, HMS Kent

John JOHNS, aged 25 years, Ordinary Seaman HMS Windsor Castle, died in the Civil Hospital, buried 27th January 1829

Mrs. JOHNSON, died 24th June 1845, aged 18 years 7 months, the wife of Mr.Johnson, First Engineer of HM Hecla.

Arthur B. JOHNSON, Royal Navy, in Malta hospital, April 1881

A. JOHNSON, died 26th September 1804, HMS Royal Sovereign

Carlos JOHNSON, born Malta, married, aged 32 years, Stoker, serving on HMS Agincourt, April 1881

Charles Richardson JOHNSON, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 17th October 1842 to, Juliana BREDIN, 21+, spinster, the third daughter of Major-General Bredin, Royal Artillery, resident in Malta. The marriage was conducted by the Reverend Edward Kitson, brother-in-law to the bride

John JOHNSON, Shipwright, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

John JOHNSON, Quartermaster, HMS Edinburgh, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

John Bell JOHNSON, aged 28 years, bachelor, born Harwich, Essex, Royal Navy Officer, the son of Henry and Esther Johnson, married 16th September 1869 to, Sarah Frederica MARTIN, aged 19 years, spinster, born in Portsea, the eldest daughter of Elizabeth Sarah and Francis Martin, HM Dockyard

Richard JOHNSON, Shipwright, HMS Pilot, working HM Dockyard, February 1809.

Thomas JOHNSON, died 26th May 1807, HMS Spartan

Valentine Fowlar JOHNSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Deptford, Kent, Master, HMS Hydra, the son of Henry and Esther Johnson, married 15th February 1866 to, Henrietta Jane ROWLSTONE, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the second daughter of Georgiana and the late Henry Rowlstone

William C.B. JOHNSON, born Malta, married, aged 30 years, Lieutenant, serving on HMS Tyne, April 1881

JOHNSTON, died 16th December 1853, Sailor, HMS Agamemnon. When the ship was coming into port he fell from the main top mast and striking a gun rebounded into the sea. He was picked up but was dead

Gabriel JOHNSTON, 21+, bachelor, born in Gillingham, Kent, Lieutenant, HMS Volage, married 24th February 1848 to, Georgina Anne EYNAUD, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Anne and the late Paul Eynaud

Georgina Anne JOHNSTON, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Georgina and Captain Gabriel Johnston, R.N., married 4th November 1874, to Edward Cleaver MAXWELL, 21+, bachelor, of Black Torrington, Devon, the son of John Goodman Maxwell, Surgeon, 13th Regiment

William JOHNSTON, born 30th May 1851, the son of Georgina Anne and Lieutenant Gabriel Johnston, Royal Navy

James JOHNSTONE, aged 48 years, Shipís Corporal, HMS Centurion, buried 9th April 1859

John JOHNSTONE, aged 31 years, Able Seaman, HMS Agamemnon, buried 18th December 1853

David JOLIFFE, Able Seaman, HMS Hind, died from cholera, buried 24th July 1837

***** JONES, Seaman, HMS Melville, buried 27th October 1829

George Mathew JONES, Captain, Royal Navy, died Friday 29th April 1831, at the residence of his brother in Valletta., aged 46 years

Harrington Rogers JONES, aged 28 years, bachelor, Purser, Royal Navy, HMS Frolic, the son of William and Frances Jones, married 1st September 1851 to, Henrietta Augusta TUDOR, spinster, minor with motherís consent, born Cork, the youngest daughter of Elizabeth Ellen and the late Captain Henry Bridges Tudor, 69th Regiment

Henry JONES, born in Malta about 1834. Married. Royal Navy serving on HMS Jumna in 1881

Henry JONES, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Engineer, Royal Navy, the son of Mary and James Jones, married 1st April 1856 to, Isabella HUTTON, 21+, spinster, born in Alexandria, Egypt, the daughter of William and Jannet Elizabeth Hutton

Henry M.J. JONES, born in Malta about 1856. Lieutenant, Royal Navy, serving at HMS Excellent in 1881

Horatio Owen JONES, aged 35 years, bachelor, Paymaster, Royal Navy, HMS Fearless, the son of James Own Jones, married 17th May 1899 to, Georgina Mareza PAUL, aged 29 years, spinster, the daughter of John Lewin Frances Paul

John JONES, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

John JONES, Sailmaker, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

John JONES, died 28th January 1835, arrived on HMS Caledonia, from Vourla. Buried in the Lazaretto. Fell from a yard

John JONES, Stoker, HMS Blazer, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Michael JONES, born in Malta about 1861. Warrant Officers Servant, Royal Navy, HMS Asia in 1881

Thomas JONES, Sailmaker, HMS Excellent, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

William JONES, Sailmaker, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William Harrington JONES, born 18th Augut 1853, the son of Henrietta Augusta and Harrington Rogers Jones, Paymaster Purser, Royal Navy

William Hutchinson Bulkley JONES MD, from Anglesey, Wales, Surgeon, Royal Navy, married 28th November 1837 to Ann SILVER, spinster, from Middlesex, the fourth daughter of the late Commander Silver R.N.

William JORY, 21+, bachelor, born Devonport, 2nd Engineer, HMS Ceylon, the son of John and Catherine Jory, married 25th December 1844 to, Elizabeth WOODCOCK, 21+, spinster, born in Wales, the daughter of Thomas and Manala Woodcock

George KAIRNS, on 17th February 1834, whilst explosives were being unloaded from HM Steamer Meteor, an explosion occured killing the Master, James William Waye, John MacGowan, Seaman, George Kairns, Seaman, George S. Cowper, a gentleman, aged 25 years, and several Maltese labourers and Dockyard officials

Surgeon KAY, on board HMS Princess Charlotte, 1837

George John KAY, born 12th September 1841, the son of Mary Ann and George Ross Kay

George Ross KAY, 21+, bachelor, Carpenter, HMS Beacon, married 7th January 1840,

to Mary Ann UNDERHILL, 21+, spinster, of Maidstone, Kent

Henry Joseph KEANE, born 20th August 1852, the son of Elizabeth and Joseph Henry Keane, Engineer, Royal Navy

Melita Emma KEATE, born 11th February 1862, the daughter of Margaret Florence and Captain Edward Keate, Royal Navy

John KEEF, Boy, HMS Bellerophon, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Lieutenant KEINNARD, buried 27th April 1838, in the Lazaretto. Arrived on the Brig Giuseppina, from Tunis. Commander of the Brig Rapid. Drowned in Tunisia, and body taken to Malta on the Brig Giuseppina

John KELLY, died 21st June 1861, Sailor, on HMS Hannibal, but on the books of HMS Hibernia, fell from Serena Bastions, Isola, and died instantly

Mary Ann KELLY, born 12th January 1842, the daughter of Catherine and Robert Kelly, Gunroom Steward, HMS Cyclops

James Walker KEMPSTER, aged 26 years, bachelor, Seaman, HMS Hibernia, the son of James Walker Kempster, married 3rd Decembeer 1883, to Lucretia STACEY, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Stacey

Constance Honoria KERRY, born 31st August 1859, the daughter of Emily Sophia and Lord Frederick Kerry, Captain, Royal Navy

Matthew KIDD, 21+, bachelor, of Aberdeen, Engineer, R.N., the son of Margaret and William Kidd, married 22nd October 1852, to Sarah BEATON, minor, the daughter of Elizabeth and James Beaton

Sarah Margaret KIDD, born 9th October 1853, the daughter of Matthew and Sarah Kidd, nee Beaton. Engineer, HMS Caradoc

Charles Cotton KING, died 3rd April 1841, aged 17 years. Midshipman, HMS Princess Charlotte

Daniel Willes KING, 21+, bachelor, born Deptford, Kent, Engineer, HMS Ceylon, the son of Daniel and Mary Ann King, married 10th October 1850 to, Charlotte Amelia GREGORY, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Peter and Sarah Gregory, resident Malta

George KING, died 9th June 1847, Boatswain of HMS Ceylon. By accident he fell from a gangway into a boat lying alongside, severely injuring his spine and head. He was taken to the Naval Hospital, but died the next day

James KING, Captain of the Mast, HMS Ganges, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Samuel KING, Sailmaker, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

George KINGCOMB, died 5th January 1857, aged 19 years, Sailor, HMS Conqueror. Fell from cross trees while aloft and lowering top gallant and royal yards. He died half an hour later from concussion of the brain

Carlo KINGSWELL, born Malta, aged 33 years, Bandsman, serving on HMS Euryalus, April 1881

George KIRBY, baptised 12th July 1802, the son of Mary and George Kirby, HMS Experiment

James KIRK, Carpenter, Court Martialed 24th June 1868 on HMS Hibernia, for drunkeness. Sentenced one years loss of seniority and severely reprimanded

John KIRKUP, Smith, HMS Wassanaer, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Jeanie Burns KIRKWOOD, born 27th January 1854, the daughter of Thomas and Helen Inglis Kirkwood, nee CUTHILL, Engineer, HMS Vectis

Edward Cooper KIRTON, died 29th August 1864, Midshipman, on board HMS Orlando, aged 19 years. The son of Cooper Kirton

Edward KITSON, 21+, bachelor, Chaplain, HMS Princess Charlotte, married 30th

March 1841, to Ann Jane BREDIN, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Colonel Bredin, Royal Artillery

Alfred KNELL, aged 34 years, bachelor, Chief Stoker, HMS Theseus, the son of William Knell, married 22nd August 1899, to Ada Florence Whayman PHILO, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of William James Philo

Beatrice Isabel KNIGHT, born 13th October 1888, the daughter of Emma and Lieutenant Maurice Knight, HMS Agamemnon, Royal Navy, in Floriana

Thomas KNIGHT, HMS Melville, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 18th June 1830

John KNOWLES, Sailmaker, HMS Grasshopper, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Thomas KNOX, died 29th April 1851, Captain, R.N., aged 48 years, of HMS Steam Frigate Firebrand

Henry KREUZBERG, 21+, bachelor, born in Nettlingen, Hannover, Germany, Bandsman, HMS Caledonia, the son of Henry and Mary Caterina Kreuzberg, married 6th February 1870 to, Antonia GAYLARD, 21+, widow, born in Malta, the daughter of Angelo and Caterina BALDACHINO

Benjamin LACEY, Sailmaker, HMS Agincourt, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

John LACEY. 16th January 1829, Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

John LADSTONE. 22nd November 1829, from HMS Britannia. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Charles LAMB. A party consisting of George Brown, with Ann Brown, his wife, Peter Cazely and Charles Lamb, of HMS Aid, and Thomas Stow, of HM Schooner Express went ashore on the 19th January 1818. They were reported missing and on Thursday 29th the bodies of Peter Cazaly and Charles Lamb were discovered floating in Grand Harbour, and the others recovered the next morning. The state of the bodies showed that they had been many days in the water. An investigation found they had been drinking at a Public House on the Point of Senglea, on the night of the 19th, but on their return their boat was upset, as it blew a gale

James LAMB, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Randal Methven LAMBERT, aged 30 years, bachelor, Lieut-Commander, Royal Navy, HMS Dragon, the son of Robert Carr Lambert, married 2nd January 1899 to, Mary Frances Mallard CLARK, aged 30 years, spinster, the daughter of Francis Mallard Clark

Robert LAMONT, Assistant Surgeon, HMS Alacrity, buried 12th May 1824

John LANE, HMS Ganges, buried 29th December 1839

Leonard LANDFRIED, 21+, widower, from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Musician, serving on HMS Rodney, married 13th November 1841 to, Jane BOYLE, 21+, widow, resident Malta

George LANGFORD, aged 21 years, Mate, HMS Cambrian, buried 17th February 1825

William LANGLEY, Caulker, HMS Bellerophon, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Luke LAUGHLIN, Able Seaman, HMS Princess Charlotte, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Martin LAUGHLIN, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Pembroke, died 14th November 1837 in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital

Frederick Luard LAURENCE, aged 29 years, bachelor, of Little Warley, Essex, the son of Frederick John Ross Laurence, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 19th February 1879, to Selina Mary GOSTLING, aged 24 years, spinster, born Madras, the daughter of Charles Philip Gostling

Arthur LAWRENCE, born 24th March 1845, the son of Ellen and Jonathan Lawrence, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

John LAWRENCE, 21+, bachelor, born in Liverpool, Master at Arms, HMS Lord Warden, the son of William and Sarah Lawrence, married 19th November 1868 to, Amelia SNOOK, 21+, spinster, born in Redburn, Hampshire, the daughter of Henry and Hannah Snook

Henry James LAYLAND, 21+, bachelor, born Greenwich, Kent, Engineer, Royal Navy, married 12th October 1848 to, Esther FRISK, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Frisk

John LAZZARI, died 2nd June 1869, John Lazzari, boy, HMS Newport. Boat capsized

off St.Elmo Point, returning from Grand Harbour to Marsamuscetto Harbour, with Quartermaster Henry Grace, Leading SeamanWilliam Payne, Able Seaman Henry Porter, boys Sydney Porter, William H.Seldon, John Walters, R.Brooman, and Andrew Cook, who was the only survivor

Frederick William LE GRAND, Assistant Surgeon, Bighi Royal Naval Hospital 1837. Previously on HMS Thalia, at Constantinople where he married the daughter of the Embassy Chaplain

Frederick Gaspar LE GRAND, born 12th December 1836, the son of Frederick William and Sarah Le Grand, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Naval Hospital Bighi

James LEACH. 12th March 1829, Able Seaman, HMS Wellesley. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

William LEAKE, Caulker, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Richard Dodge Philip LEAN, aged 22 years, bachelor, Sick Berth Attendant, Bighi R.N. Hospital, the son of Robert Lean deceased, married 3rd August 1897 to, Maud THOMPSON, aged 17 years, spinster, Dressmaker, the daughter of William George Thompson, Warder, Military Prison

John LEAVER, Able Seaman, HMS Bellerophon, buried 26th February 1837

John LEE, 21+, bachelor, born Woolwich, Kent, Engineer, HMS Medusa, married 5th January 1850 to, Ann BEVERIDGE, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Arthur and Jane Beveridge

Thomas LEE, died 29th September 1836, Captain HMS Vernon

Walter LEGG. 12th October 1829, Quarter Master, HMS Wellesley. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Sidney C. LEGH, born Malta, Sub-Lieutenant, aged 19 years, on board HMS Euryalus, in April 1881

Samuel LEONARD, aged 41 years, widower, Steward, Royal Navy, HMS Alexandra, the son of John Leonard, married 17th November 1886, to Mary Alice ARCHER, aged 27 years, spinster, Schoolmistress, the daughter of James Archer

Thomas LEONARD. 6th April 1839, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Bellerophon. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

Pallino LEPRE, born Malta, aged 28 years, Bandmaster, serving on HMS Euryalus, April 1881

Thomas Bridgman LETHBRIDGE, 21+, bachelor, born in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, the son of Commander Robert Lethbridge, R.N., married 4th May 1854 to, Maria Hannah Elizabeth SERVANTE, 21+, spinster, born in Fermoy, Cork, Ireland, the eldest daughter of Lieut-Colonel Henry Servante, Royal Engineers

John H. LEWIS, Boy, HMS Britannia, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Reverend Richard D. LEWIS, responsible for Dockyard Chapel and Bighi Naval Hospital, January 1897

Samuel LEWIS, Shipwright, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Thomas LEWIS, Sailmaker, HMS Trident, working HM Dockyard, January 1809

Mildred Ada LEY, born 29th February 1897, the daughter of William John and Mary Ley, Engine Room Artificer, Royal Navy

Edmund S. LIDDALL, Royal Navy, his wife gave birth to a daughter at Bighi RN Hospital, 8th February 1870

Amy Frances LIDDELL, died at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital on 28th May 1868, the daughter of E.S. Liddell, aged 8 months two weeks

Dr. John LIDDELL, Surgeon, Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, 1837

John LIDDELL, born 21st March 1838, the son of John and Fanny Maria Liddell, Surgeon, Royal Naval Hospital Bighi

John LIFE, Seaman, HMS Wellesley, buried 5th March 1829

John LILLEY, aged 28 years, bachelor, of Guadeloupe, West Indies, HMS Albion, married 10th March 1819, to Mary COUNTY, spinster,of Constantinople, resident Valletta

Robert LINDSEY, Shipwright, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

J.F.M. LITTLE, Second Master, HMS Vernon, buried 16th January 1837

Daniel LITTLECAR, aged 32 years, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Revenge, buried 12th December 1826

Henry William Assheton LITTLEDALE, 21 +, bachelor, of Downham Hall, Lancashire, the son of Henry Anthony Littledale, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 29th April 1879, to Catherine WRAY, 21+, spinster, born Freemantle, W.Australia, the daughter of Colonel Henry Wray, Royal Engineers

Mary Dorothy LITTLEDALE, baptised 2nd March 1880, the daughter of Catherine and Lieutenant Henry William Assheton Littledale, Royal Navy

Dr.LIVESAY, Assistant Surgeon, HMS Asia, in Malta 1837

Owen J. LLEWELLYN, Surgeon, HMS Hydra, died on Saturday 3rd August 1867 at Royal Naval Hospital Bighi, where he had been taken from his ship. He was buried in the Hospital Cemetery

Edward William LLOYD, aged 28 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Inflexible, the son of William Butler Lloyd, married 30th October 1883, to Charlotte MíCrea TAYLOR, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Haydon Taylor, Clerk in Holy Orders

Hugh Lucus Walmsley LLOYD, born 27th September 1844, the son of Mary and Lieutenant John Hughes Lloyd, Royal Navy. He died on Sunday 17th January 1847 after a lengthy illness, aged 10 months, eldest son of Lieutenant John Hughes Lloyd, R.N.

John Hughes LLOYD, of Wales, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 15th February 1843 to Mary WARD, the only daughter of Lucus Ward, Army Medical Department, Malta

Merycke LLOYD, died 1806, wounded in action, Midshipman, HMS Sirius

A.G. LOBB, HMS Ramillies, died 30th December 1898, Master at Arms

W. LOCK,died 18th January 1854, Lieutenant, aged 29 years, of HM Steamer Agamemnon, at the Bighi Naval Hospital from an accident

Charles LOCKE, Cook, HMS Ceylon, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

John Parnell Sampson LOCKHART, 21+, bachelor, of Weymouth, Devon, the son of William and Elizabeth Lockhart, Scripture Reader, Royal Navy, married 29th October 1873, to Madeline DIXIE, 21+, spinster, of Witham, Essex, the daughter of Charles and Harriet Dixie

Henry LOCKYER, Captain of the Mast, HMS Rodney, died of cholera, buried 14th July 1837

Captain Nicholas LOCKYER, died at 7 p.m. on Saturday evening 27th February 1847, on board HMS Albion, of bronchitis, aged 65 years. He was buried on 3rd March 1847. His brother was Colonel H.F.Lockyer, of the 97th Regiment. He entered the Navy in 1796, received his Lieutenant's commission on 17th December 1803, and was made a Commander on Christmas Day in 1806

Edward LONG, Seaman, HMS Carysfort, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, buried 18th September 1840

George LONG, Able Seaman, HMS Hermes, died of cholera, buried 30th June 1837

William LONG, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died of cholera, buried 29th September 1837

John LONE, Ropemaker, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Stephen LOOKER, died 21st January 1818, HMS Vernon

Annie Dulcie LORING, born 12th February 1900, the daughter of Otille Maude and Lieutenant Ernest Kinderslay Loring, Royal Navy

Arthur Mapletoss LORING, baptised November 1842, the son of Charlotte Jesse and Hector Loring, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

Charlotte Ottile LORING, born 3rd November 1898, the daughter of Otille Maude and Lieutenant Ernest Kinderslay Loring, Royal Navy

John LOSCOMBE. 1st April 1829, Seaman, from HMS Asia. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

William LOVELL, Royal Navy, in Malta hospital, April 1881

David James LOW, 21+, bachelor, born Kirkcaldy, Scotland, Assistant Paymaster, HMS Victoria, the son of David Low, married 6th December 1866, to Marianna MICALLEF, 21+, spinster, born Malta, daughter of John and Ellena Micallef

D.J. LOW, Royal Navy, his wife gave birth to a daughter on 24th January 1870 at Senglea

James LOWE, aged 51 years, HMS Ocean, buried 12th November 1828

Daniel LOYD, died 1813, Carpenter, HMS Resistance

John LUCAS. 1st March 1836, D/Man, from HMS Thunderer. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

John LUKE, died 18th July 1858, aged 21 years, Sailor, HMS Centurion. Whilst bathing in Marsamuscetto harbour with Thomas Wallis he drowned. His body was recovered within a few minutes

Reverend G.M. LUTTON , responsible for the Dockyard Chapel and Bighi Naval Hospital, June 1896

Charles LYNE, 21+, bachelor, born in London, Royal Navy, Clerk in charge HMS Locust, married 7th December 1847 to, Matilda Catherine Victoria SMYTH, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the only daughter of Mrs. C. Smyth

Mrs LYNE, the wife of Charles Lyne, R.N., gave birth to a son. Friday 13th October 1848

Miss Catherine LYONS, died 31st December 1857, aged 61 years, the sister of Admiral Lord Lyons

Frederick Adam LYONS, 21+, bachelor, born in Corfu, Engineer, Royal Navy, the son of Denis and Cecilia Lyons, of London, married 1st July 1852 to, Fanny FOWLES, 21+, spinster, born in Chatham, Kent, the daughtr of John and Maria Fowles of Deptford

Mí, Mc, Mac, all placed at the beginning of ĎMí section for clarification.

Mary McCLELLAND, died 3rd March 1840, aged 69 years, the widow of the late Commander McClelland, R.N.

Mrs McCLEMENT, the wife of Frederick McClement MD, Fleet Surgeon, HMS Dreadnought, gave birth to a daughter 3rd June 1890

Richard McCLEOD, 21+, bachelor, born Leith, Scotland, the son of William and Agnes McCleod, Seaman, HMS Caledonia, married 25th February 1851 to, Evangelista BUGEJA, 21+, spinster, born Valletta, the daughter of Maria and Giuseppe Bugeja

Charles McCREA, born 6th September 1860, the son of Marianne Watson and Captain John Dobree McCrae, Royal Navy

James McDONALD, Caulker, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, February 1809

Lieutenant McDONALD, March 1847, serving on HMS Spitfire

John MacGOWAN. In February 1834, HM Steamer Meteor, with Sir W.Galway on board. After he disembarked the vessel was placed alongside a quay to unload explosives. Whilst doing so, an explosion occured killing the following, James William Waye, Master of the ship, John MacGowan, Seaman, George Kairns, Seaman, George S.Cowper, a gentleman, besides several Maltese labourers and Dockyard officials

Matthew McGRATH, died 31st August 1850, aged 39 years 6 months, Ropemaker, HMS Marlborough

John McGREGOR, of Scotland, Boatswain, HMS Crocus, married 30th April 1814, to Anne PIRIE, of Scotland

Henry M'GUHAN, buried 18th November 1839, in the Lazaretto. Arrived on board HMS Minden, from Vourla. Died on board ship, from fever. A Midshipman

George Hugh MacKAY, died 18th August 1849, on board the steam frigate HMS

Odin, aged 26 years. MD, Surgeon. Died of heart failure and apoplexy

Daniel McKENZIE, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

John McKENZIE, aged 26 years, Able Seaman, HMS Revenge, buried 18th March 1825

Joseph McKENZIE, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Caledonia, buried 1st January 1837

Robert MACKENZIE, 21+, bachelor, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Boatswain, HMS Meteor, married 26th February 1832, to Emma WALING, minor, the daughter of John and Sarah Waling of Barking, Essex, now HM Dockyard

Robert MACKENZIE, born 8th March 1833, the son of Emma and Robert Mackenzie, Boatswain, HMS Beacon

Robert McKENZIE. 22nd February 1839, Seaman, HMS Tyne. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

William James MacKENZIE, aged 27 years, bachelor, Carpenters Mate, Royal Navy, HMS Falcon, the son of William James Mackenzie, married 19th June 1886, to Mary HENSHALL, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of David Henshall

Lieutenant Thomas MACKESON, R.N., HMS Portland, committed suicide in his cabin on Wednesday, 4th October 1837, by shooting himself with a rifle. Lying on his bed he discharged the gun with his foot, the upper part of his skull was blown off. Letter was found in his writing fearing for his health, and concerned that he maybe sent to a lunatic asylum. He suffered badly after service in Africa

George Leonard MacKEY, born 13th August 1875, the son of Alice Harriette and Geroge William McKey

George William MacKEY, 21+, bachelor, Assistant Paymaster, Royal Navy, of London, the son of George and Sarah Charlotte MacKey, married 19th November 1874 to, Alice Harriette ARROWSMITH, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Annie Esther and William Lamb Arrowsmith

Kenneth St.John Reay MacKEY, born 22th June 1877, the son of Alioce Harriette and George William MacKey

William McKINNELL, aged 24 years, bachelor, Stoker, Royal Navy, married 4th February 1897, to Ellen Mary Elizabeth LEDIARD, aged 18 years, spinster

Neal McLELAN, HMS Britannia, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 31st May 1830

Alexander McONACHY, Shipwright, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Peter McPHERSON, aged 19 years, Able Seaman, HMS Pelican, buried 12th November 1828

James McQUEEN, aged 27 years, bachelor, ERA, HMS Alexandria, the son of James McQueen, married 12th January 1881, to Jane Emma CLARKE, aged 21 years, spinster, the daughter of Samuel Clarke

James McQUEEN, born 5th May 1882, the son of Jane Emma and James McQueen, ERA, Royal navy, HMS Alexandra

Surgeon M'WHINNIE, in 1850, serving on HMS Frolic, in cholera epidemic

Michael MAIN, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Robert MAITLAND, died 1801, aged 18 years, Midshipman, HMS Penelope, the son of the late Hon. Captain Maitland

John MALEY, died 11th December 1860, aged 21 years, HMS Orion

John MANN, Carpenter, HMS Madras, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

John MANN, Shipwright, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Rear-Admiral Sir Albert Hastings MARKHAM, District Grand Master 1893. Grand Superintendent, the District Grand Chapter 1893. Second District Grand Principal 1893

William MARRATT, Engineer, HMS Hermes, died of cholera, buried 30th June 1837

Arthur MARSHALL, aged 28 years, bachelor, Seaman, HMS Hibernia, married 15th November 1880, to Josephine SLATER, aged 28 years, widow, the daughter of Joseph ADY

John MARSHALL, aged 40 years, Ship's Corporal, HMS Cambrian, buried 28th May 1825

P. MARSHALL, died 24th May 1834, Royal Navy, arrived on the Ship Tagliaferro, from Constantinople. Died in the Lazaretto, from apoplexy

George MARTIN, Sailmaker, HMS Ocean, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

George Bohun MARTIN, bachelor, from Colston Bassett, Nottinghamshire, Captain, Royal Navy, married 15th December 1835, to Isabella Harriet BRIGGS, spinster, minor, with parents consent, the daughter of Rear Admiral Sir Thomas Briggs

Isabella MARTIN, born 20th September 1836, the daughter of Isabella Harriet and George Bohun Martin, Post Captain, Royal Navy

James MARTIN, 21+, bachelor, born Woolwich, Kent, Stoker, HMS Medina, the son of John and Elizabeth Martin, married 25th May 1860, to Maria Dolores CARUANA, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Angelo and Pepina Caruana. Both of her parents are deceased

William MARTIN, died 18th July 1838, aged 18 years, the son of William Martin, Commander R.N. and Ursula Mary his wife

William Henry MARTIN, aged 39 years, widower, born Dinapore, East Indies, the son of Thomas Derisly Martin, Paymaster, Royal Navy, married 11th February 1879, to Mary Josephine WATSON, aged 24 years, spinster, born Calcutta, the daughter of Octavino Peter Lowe Watson

Sir William MARTIN, Vice Admiral, resident Malta, electoral list 1862

George MASON, Able Seaman, HMS Ganges, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Thomas MATHERALL, HMS Britannia, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 24th March 1830

Arthur MATTHEWS, aged 24 years, bachelor, Shipwright, HMS Dreadnought, married 23rd May 1892, to Elizabeth Thomas COCK, aged 20 years, spinster

James MATTHEWS, aged 28 years, HMS Argus, buried 11th January 1860

Daniel MAY, Carpenter, HMS Cyclops, working in HM Dockyard, September 1803

William MAYNARD, 21+, bachelor, born in Wadhurst, Sussex, HMS Ceylon, the son of Thomas and Mary Maynard, married 26th November 1854 to, Irma ZECHNOR, 21+, spinster, born in Bonn on Rhine, Germany, the daughter of Peter and Mary Zechnor

William MEDLEN, Boy 2nd Class, HMS Implacable, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Elizabeth Harriet MENDS, born 22nd October 1841, the daughter of Melita Helen and William Robert Mends

William Robert MENDS, 21+, bachelor, of St.Budeaux, Devon, Lieutenant, R.N. serving on HMS Rodney, the eldest son of Captain Mends of HMS Talavera, married 6th December 1837, to Melita STILON, minor, the third daughter of Dr.Joseph Stilon, Surgeon, R.N. He later became Admiral Sir William Mends. She became Dame Melita Mends, and died at Alverstoke, Hampshire about 13th July 1894

Enrico MERCIECA, born Malta, aged 21 years, serving on HMS Euryalus, April 1881

Reverend H. Abdy MIDDLETON, died on 11th January 1868, Chaplain HMS Crocodile, aged 43 years. The eldest son of the late Reverend H. Middleton of Barton Stacey, Hampshire

John MIFFLINGS. 6th October 1829, from HMS Spartiate. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Carmelo MIFSUD, born Malta, aged 21 years, Bandsman, serving on HMS Euryalus, April 1881

Hamilton MILBURN, 21+, bachelor, of Kekonnen, Isle of Man, Quartermaster, HMS Vanguard, married 29th April 1837, to Ann GARDNER, minor with parents consent, father Anthony Gardner, Shipwright, HM Naval Yard.

John MILLARD. 22nd January 1829, Boatswain, from HMS Blonde. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

John MILLARD, Royal Navy, 21+, bachelor, born in Woolwich, Kent, HMS Medina, married at the Archbishops Palace in Valletta on 16th May 1863, by the Reverend Gauchi Azzopardi, and on the 18th May at St.Paulís Anglican Church by Reverend R.B.Howe, to Amelia Victoria CASTAGNA, the daughter of Carmela and Antonio Baldassare Castagna

John MILLARD, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, of HMS Newport, his wife gave birth to a daughter on 5th August 1870 in Floriana

Mrs MILLARD, the wife of J. Millard, HMS Hydra, gave birth to a daughter 13th June 1864 in Cospicua

Mrs MILLARD the wife of John Millard, Royal Navy, gave birth to a son 30th September 1866, in Cospicua

Elizabeth Ann MILLER, born 6th September 1856, the daughter of Matilda and William Henry Miller, Steward, Royal Navy

Lieutenant E.C. MILLER, died 28th September 1845, commanding HM steam packet Volcano, at his residence in Floriana, leaving a widow

William MILLER, Sailmaker, HMS Cyclops, working HM Dockyard, September 1803.

Harold MILLETT, aged 25 years, bachelor, born in Plymouth, Assistant Paymaster, HMS Conqueror, the son of John and Anna Maria Millett, married 11th February 1859 to, Annie MITCHELL, spinster, minor, born in Waterford, Ireland, the daughter of William and Johanna Mitchell

William MILLICHAP, HMS St.Vincent, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 12th December 1831

Frederick J. MILLMAN. Wednesday 27th November 1836. Fire in Valletta about 11 p.m. flames seen coming from the building on the corner of Merchants Street, and Strada Cristoforo, from a carpenters shop. Frederick J. Millman, Mate, HMS Revenge was passing and sensing the danger immediately arranged to collect water to stem the flames, some sailors also ashore helped. He went up a ladder through the smoke and flames to prevent the old wooden balcony above from catching fire. A party from HMS Barham under Lieutenant Windham, arrived with a fire engine and got the fire under control. Millman was slightly singed. A Public advertisement appeared in the newspaper showing the Maltese appreciation of Millmanís actions, and his reply

Joseph MILLS, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died 21st September 1837 from cholera

Midshipman MILLS, witness at the brig William piracy trial in January 1820. Full Name: Warren Hastings Horatio Nelson Mills

Paymaster and Purser MILNER, HMS Gladiator, died Friday 7th April 1848, at Royal Naval Hospital, Bighi

Anthony William MILWARD, died 20th February 1840, Commander of HMS Hydra, Royal Navy

James MINIFIE, Smith, HMS Wassanaer, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Abraham George MITCHELL, died Friday 27th October 1848, at his residence in Strada San Giovanni, of apoplexy. Leaving a widow. Had served in the Royal Navy

Adam MITCHELL, HMS Sybille, buried 11th October 1825

E. MITCHELL, AB, died 13th November 1941, on board the Aircraft Carrier HMS Ark Royal. On 10th November his ship had left Gibraltar with thirty-seven Hurricane aircarft on board for delivery to Malta, and thirty-four arrived safely. On the return voyage to Gibraltar the ship was struck by a torpedo fired by the German U-boat U-81. The Carrier listing badly was taken in tow by a destroyer, but sank at 6.00 a.m. the next morning. Remarkably all the men on board were saved with the exception of AB Mitchell

N. MITCHELL, died on Friday 8th October 1847, at the Naval Hospital after a long and painful illness Mr.N.Mitchell. For many years a pilot in Her Majesty's Service. Had been a pilot for twenty years. His funeral took place at the hospital on the following day. He left two daughters, and a subscription in the Fleet was made on their behalf

Francesco MIZZI. 30th December 1836, Seaman, from HMS Asia. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

J. MONCRIEFF, Able Seaman, HMS Rodney, died of cholera, buried 16th July 1837

Andrew MOODY, Assistant Surgeon, HMS Zebra, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, buried 19th June 1840

Charles Dalrymple MOORE, born 1st January 1890, the son of Fanny Ponsonby and Lieutenant Charles Henry Hodgson Moore, Royal Navy

Ethel Gertrude MOORE, born 15th December 1882, the daughter of George Kaines and Ellen Moore, Staff Commander, Royal Navy

John MOORE, born 16th January 1822, the son of Dora and Vice Admiral Sir Graham Moore K.C.B., at the Admiralís residence in Strada Mezzodi, Valletta. Commander-in-Chief British Naval Forces in the Mediterranean

William MOORE, Sailmaker, HMS Cyclops, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

John MOORHEAD MD, Assistant Surgeon, HMS Alacrity, buried 5th October 1825

Isaac MORRIS, 21+, bachelor, born in Devonport, Steward, HMS Enterprise, the son of John and Ann Morris, married 1st January 1866 to, Mary MILLER, spinster, minor, born in Portsmouth, the daughter of Henry and Mary Miller

John MORRIS, died 1st January 1868, HMS Endymion, while aloft fell and died from the injuries he received

Joshua MORRIS, HMS Cordelia, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 3rd November 1831

Robert MORRIS, Able Seaman, HMS Russell, buried 12th April 1837

Thomas MORRIS, bachelor, from Plymouth, serving on HMS Rodney, married 11th March 1839, to Jane FOUNTAIN, minor, the daughter of William Fountain, of London, with her parents consent

John MORRISON, died 1807, Quartermaster, serving on HMS Amphion

William MORTLEY, 21+, bachelor, of Brookland, Kent, Gunroom Steward, HMS Medea, married 8th October 1843, to Eliza WALING, minor, spinster, the daughter of the late John Waling, HM Dockyard

Thomas MOSS, Shipwright, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Lieutenant H.B. MOTTLEY, died 23rd December 1842, of HMS Queen. He was buried on Tuesday, 27th, at Floriana, attended by men from his late ship HMS Impregnable, and from HMS Queen, to which he was recently promoted, but never joined having gone into the Royal Naval hospital the same day

Elfric Arnold Francis MOULD, born 4th January 1856, the son of Mary Theresa and John Arnold Mould, Surgeon, Royal Navy

Hereward MOULD, born 1st Janury 1858, the son of Mary Theresa and John Arnold Mould, Surgeon, Royal Navy

John Arnold MOULD, 21+, widower, born in Stoke Damerel, Surgeon, Royal Navy, the son of John and Elizabeth Snowdon Mould, married 12th April 1855 to, Mary Theresa EGERTON, 21+, spinster, born in Malta

Mary Eleanor MOULD, born 11th December 1859, the daughter of Mary Theresa and John Arnold Mould, Staff Surgeon, Royal Navy

William MOULD, born 28th December 1856, the son of Mary Theresa and John Arnold Mould, Surgeon, Royal Navy

James MOUNSHER, died suddenly on the 6th March 1843, at the mess table, of heart trouble, Purser of HMS Vanguard

Thomas MOYES, Clerk, HMS Glasgow, buried 24th December 1827

James MOWAT, aged 30 years, bachelor, Surgeon. R.N., HMS Hood, the son of George Mowat, married 6th March 1899, to Jane Ellinor LEE, aged 31 years, spinster, the daughter of John Lee deceased, Clerk in Holy Orders

William MUIR, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, Paymaster, R.N., the son of George and Frances Ann Muir, married 12th September 1868 to, Sophia Louisa THOMAS, 21+, spinster, born in Zante, the daughter of Mary Anne and Charles Schembry Thomas

Joseph MUNDAY, Seaman, HMS Hind, died from cholera, buried 24th July 1837

Mrs MUNDAY, the wife of Richard Munday, R.N. Secretary to the Admiral Superintendent, gave birth to a daughter 23rd November 1866 in Sliema

Richard Cleveland MUNDAY, baptised 8th February 1868, son of Susan Elizabeth and Richard Munday, Royal Navy

Daniel MUNRO, Seaman, aged 36 years, HMS Rochfort, buried 12th November 1823

Patrick MURPHY, Sailmaker, HMS Warrior, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Emily NARES, born 16th January 1869, the daughter of Mary and George Strong Nares

Emily NARES, born 23rd January 1870, the daughter of Mary and Captain George Strong Nares, Royal Navy

Maria Ethel Olive Eliza NATHAN, born 11th November 1869, the daughter of Maria and Henry Frederick Nathan, Surgeon, Royal Navy

Federico Guglielmo NAUDI, died 20th December 1852, Royal Navy, aged 27 years, at the home of his uncle

Charles Scobell NEGUS, died 22nd November 1869 in Vittoriosa, aged 6 years 7 months, the second son of Fysher Negus, Staff Surgeon, HMS Hibernia

James NEIL, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Mary Elizabeth NESHAM, the only daughter of Captain Nesham, HMS Melville, married Thursday 20th January 1831 to, John Yeedon LLOYD, Major, 73rd Regiment

Edward NEWBERY, Boy, HMS Princess Charlotte, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Frederick Thomas NEWBURY, born 4th October 1870, the son of George Henry and Mary Newbury. Engineer, Royal Navy. Died 12th October 1870

George Henry NEWBURY, 21+, bachelor, born in Plymouth, Engineers, HMS Firefly, the son of Elizabeth and George Henry Newbury, married 16th January 1864 to, Mary Jane SMITH, 21+, spinster, born in Sheriff Hill, Durham, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Smith

Assistant Surgeon NEWMAN, serving on HMS Hermes, 1837

Lieutenant L.J.A. NEWMAN, committed suicide on HMS Ceylon, by taking arsenic,

8th October 1837. He left a note for his brother serving on HMS Hermes. The son of a Warrant Officer Carpenter, in the Royal Navy. He had been a Mate for 16 years, and made Lieutenant in 1837

John NICHOLS, died 26th April 1853, aged 15 years, on board HMS Albion. Whilst aloft in mizzen top suddenly fell onto the deck below and was killed instantly

Commander NICOLAS, Royal Navy, HMS Trident, as a result of a Court Martial held in February 1862 was dismissed the service with disgrace for excessive caning two 17 year old boys at Gibraltar, when they reported late back from leave. The Court heard that the two lads, 2nd Class Boy Crannis and 2nd Class Boy Hudson, had been of good character. On 9th November 1861 they were caned over the breech with 60/70 cuts administered by a man with his full force, then kept on deck without food for 12 hours. For the same offence both boys were brought up 2 days later on Monday 11 November and again received 60/70 cuts. Crannis was brought up a third time on Tuesday 12th November given 115 cuts and punishment only ceased when he had become insensible. Boy Crannis, received a total of 265 lashes and Boy Hudson a total of 151 lashes

George NICHOLSON, Second Master, HMS Asia, buried 7th January 1837

John Balfour NICOLSON, 21+, bachelor, Asst.Surgeon, Royal Navy, HMS Merlin, the son of Thomas and Hughina Forbes Nicolson, married 12th January 1852 to, Katherine OíREILLY, 21+, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Mary and the late Bernard OíReilly, Paymaster 18th Regiment

William NOCKLES, Seaman, HMS Caledonia, bachelor, from Smallburgh, Norfolk, married 15th June 1850 to, Clara MUSCAT, spinster, the daughter of Salvatore Muscat, born Malta

Emily Harriet NORMAN, born 17th June 1848, the daughter of Eliza and William Norman, Steward to Admiral Sir William Parker, R.N.

Joseph NORTHOVER, aged 25 years, Able Seaman, HMS Jasper, buried 20th March 1827

Richard NOTT, aged 21 years, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Revenge, buried 14th June 1826

Caterina Vincenza Emily NOWELL, born 19th July 1846, the daughter of Maria Caterina and William Calmader Nowell, Lieutenant, R.N.

Henry NOWELL, born 27th February 1848, the son of Maria Caterina and William Calamady Nowell, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

William Calamady NOWELL, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 16th April 1839, to Maria Caterina TESTAFERRATA, minor, the daughter of Marchesi Nicolo Testaferrata, of Valletta, with the consent of her Guardian

William Henry George NOWELL, born 3rd January 1845, the son of Maria Caterina and Lieutenant William Calamady Nowell, Royal Navy

William Henry George NOWELL, born Malta, aged 36 years, Lieutenant, serving on HMS Tyne, April 1881

John O'BRIEN, died 3rd November 1840, Seaman. Killed on board HMS Coaster at the capture of St.Jean D'Acre.

Alice Maud OíCONNELL, born 11th March 1873, the daughter of Margaret Matilda and John Gorham OíConnell, Navigating Lieutenant, Royal Navy

William OíKEEFE, aged 28 years, bachelor, Engineer, Royal Navy, married 28th September 1895 to, Emily RIDDLE, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Samuel Riddle, Publican

Charles O'NEIL, died 29th September 1836, Captain of Foretop, HMS Vernon

John R.H. OLDFIELD, born Malta, aged 21 years, Lieutenant, serving on HMS Agincourt, April 1881

Erasmus OMMANNEY, 21+, bachelor, Commander, Royal Navy, HMS Vesuvius, the son of the late Sir Francis Molineux Ommaney, married 27th February 1844, to Emily Caroline SMITH, the eldest daughter of Samuel Smith, HM Naval Arsenal.

George ORRICK, Sailmaker, HMS Kent, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Richard Darkwood OSBORNE, 21+, bachelor, born in Devon, Gunner, HMS Banshee, the son of Richard and Mary Ann Osborne, married 11th September 1852 to, Hannah MORTIMER, 21+, spinster, born in Norwich, the daughter of John and Mary Mortimer

Charles L. OTTLEY, aged 33 years, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Victoria, the son of the Reverend Lawrence Ottley, married 21st March 1892, to Kathleen M. STEWART, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Colonel Alexander Stewart

John OVERTON. 12th December 1838, of HMS Bellerophon. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

Captain A.R. OWEN, died 8th June 1866 in Bighi Royal Navy Hospital. He had been appointed to HMS Falcon then in Australia and was about to leave Malta to join his new ship

J.H.F. OWEN, died 24th June 1865, Sub-Lieutenant, HMS Victoria, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital of typhoid fever

Richard OWENS, Carpenter, HMS Wassanaer, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Joseph PACE, born Malta, married, aged 48 years, Captainís Cook, serving on HMS Hector, April 1881

Salvo PACE, born Malta, aged 20 years, Bandsman, serving on HMS Euryalus, April 1881

William PADNER, born 22nd February 1847, the son of Lucy Sophia and William Thomas Padner, baptised in Malta April 1865, by R.N. Chaplain, HMS Cossack

Godfrey Marshall PAINE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, HMS Renown, the son of James Paine, married 10th November 1900 to, Elizabeth KNOWLES, aged 27 years, spisnter, the daughter of Andrew Knowles

Ellen PAINTOR, died 3rd March 1840, aged 39 years, the wife of Commander Paintor

Ellen PARDOE, died 3rd February 1849, at her home in Strada Giuseppe. The wife of Captain Pardoe R.N., aged 68 years, of apoplexy

W. PARDOE, died 30th April 1861, Commander, Royal Navy, aged 88 years

Edward PARDY, Captain of the Maintop, HMS Wolverine, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Reverend William PARGETER, B.A., 1760 - 1810. Graduated M.D., from Marischal College, Aberdeen in 1786. In 1795 abandoned medicine and became a Naval Chaplain. Served at the battle of the Nile on HMS Alexander. Came to Malta and was Chaplain of the Garrison 1801, and conducted the funeral of Sir Ralph Abercrombie. Retired from the Navy in 1802. Died in Oxfordshire 1810

Charlotte PARKER, the third daughter of Vice-Admiral William Parker, married Thursday 18th July 1850, to Lieutenant the Hon. George Henry DOUGLAS, of HMS Queen

Henry PARKER, Shipwright, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

H.H. PARKER, 2nd Master, HMS Bellerophon, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

James Sandbach PARKER, aged 21 years, bachelor, Sub-Lieutenant, R.N., the son of James Edward Parker, married 24th January 1899, to Dorothy Leyborne POPHAM, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Lieutenant John Leyborne Popham retired

John PARKER, died on 1st August 1849, sailor, of HM.Steam Frigate Terrible. At about 11.30 a.m. he was stabbed in the back whilst walking between Strada Levante and Strada Teatro. His assailant escaped. He was taken to hospital where he died the next day

William PARKER, 21+, widower, born in Penshurst, Kent, Shipís Cook, HMS Hydra, the son of William and Mary Parker, married 10th January 1865 to, Sophia FREEMAN, 21+, widow, born in St.Georges in the East, London, the daughter of William and Sophia

Admiral Sir William PARKER, resident Malta, electoral list 1849

William PARKIN, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

John PARNHAM, Sailmaker, HMS Success, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

James PASCOE, born 21st March 1851, son of John and Mary Pascoe, baptised on 16th January 1870. HMS Lord Warden

Henry Thurston Wake PAWSEY, born 17th May 1892, the son of Ellen Edith and Charles James Pawsey, Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief

Henry PAYNE, aged 22 years, Able Seaman, HMS Raleigh, buried 15th November 1826

John PAYNE, HMS Pelican, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 15th September 1830

Margaret Harriet PAYNE, baptised 8th April 1868, daughter of Margaret Maria and John Payne, Shipís Steward, HMS Endymion

William PAYNE, died 2nd June 1869, William Payne, Leading Seaman, HMS Newpor. Boat capsized off St.Elmo Point, returning from Grand Harbour to Marsamuscetto Harbour, with Henry Grace, Quartermaster, Henry Porter, boy, Sydney Porter, boy, John Lazazari, boy, William H.Seldon, boy, John Walters boy, R.Brooman, boy, and Andrew Cook, boy, who was the only survivor

Alexander PEACOCK, HMS Britannia, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 4th June 1831

John PEARCE. 22nd August 1838, Able Seaman, of HMS Talavera. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

John PEARCE, died 15th March 1858, Quartermaster on HMS Tartarus, found dying in Pieta with stab wounds in his back. Some Greek merchant seamen were taken into custody. On 27th April Paolo Menesis, a Greek sailor, was found Guilty of murder and sentenced to imprisonment with hard labour for life

Richard PEARCE, Boy 2nd Class, HMS Daphne, buried 30th January 1840

Joseph PEARSE, Lieutenant, R.N. commanding HM Steamer Firefly, in 1837

Edward PEARSON, Ropemaker, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Alfred PECKHAM, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Southampton, the son of William Peckham, Stoker, HMS Bittern, married 6th February 1879, to Giovanna FRENDO, aged 17 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Louis Frendo

Henry PEIRSE. 10th May 1829, Lieutenant, of HMS Wellesley. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital by John Liddell

Gibbons PEMBERTON, Sailmaker, HMS Weazle, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 5th June 1830

Ada PENFOLD, died in Sliema on 5th July 1869, aged 8 months, the daughter of Frederick Penfold, Naval Secretary

Frederick PENFOLD, his wife gave birth to a daughter 2nd November 1868, Naval Secretary

Frederick PENFOLD, his wife gave birth to a son on 11th December 1859, in Floriana, Naval Secretary

Charlotte Murray PENROSE, the daughter of Sir Charles Vinicombe Penrose, Admiral of the White, married 9th June 1817, to William MAINWARING, Captain, 10th Regiment

George PENNICOTT, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Cambridge, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st July and 30th September 1841

George PEPLOW, 21+, bachelor, born St.Helena, the son of Samuel Peplow, Seaman, Royal Navy, married 27th March 1872, to Mary Ann CARWAINE, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of George and Mary Ann Carwaine

William PEPPERELL, Royal Navy, in Malta hospital, April 1881

John PERKINS, on Wednesday 1st August 1849, Seaman, of HMS Terrible, was walking with a soldier of the R.A., in Strada Levante, between 11 and 12 o'clock at night. A Maltese overtook them at a brisk pace and on passing them, with swing of arm, struck Perkins in the abdomen. After a short distance Perkins felt faint and the soldier saw blood trickling down his trousers. Three Maltese porters carried him to the Civil Hospital, but he died on Friday morning, 3rd August 1849

Reginald Jeffery William PERKINS, baptised 1st September 1889, the son of Fanny and William Russell Perkins, Stoker, HMS Polyphemus

John PETERSON, Sailmaker, HMS Narcissus, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William PETERSON, Sailmaker, HMS Mercury, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

John PETTIGREW. April 1829, Seaman, from HMS Revenge. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital by John Liddell

John PHILLIPS, aged 25 years, bachelor, of Hastings, the son of James Phillips, Shipís Cook, HMS Cockatrice, married 21st April 1879, to Giuliena Joanna Maria Anna Laurentia LAMPIER, aged 20 years, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of John Lampier

Josiah Samuel PHILLIPS, 21+, bachelor, born in Illogan, Cornwall, Engineer, HMS Ardent, married 18th April 1848 to, Maria FOWLES, 21+, spinster, born in Deptford, Kent, resident in Malta

Mrs PICKTHORN, the wife of Thomas R. Pickthorn, Surgeon, HMS Hibernia, gave birth to a son 13th January 1864, at Senglea

Robert PIDDALL, Carpenters Mate, HMS Castor, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Hugh PIGOT, Captain of HMS Barham in October 1831 conveyed Sir Walter Scott to Malta

Lieutenant PIGOT, R.N., died September 1845, of HM Siren, at Royal Naval Hospital

Edith Ivy PIGOTT, born 28th February 1888, the daughter of William Harvey and Edith Pigott, Commander, Royal Navy, HMS Cruiser

Maria PINK, died at Isola on 15th March 1846, aged 59 years, the wife of James Pink, Carpenter, HMS Ceylon

Edward PINKNER, Gunner 3rd Class, HMS Trinculo, Court Martialed 28th January 1868. Sentenced to loss of one years seniority and to be severely reprimanded

Lionel Read PLACE, Lieutenant, HMS Queen, the youngest son of Elizabeth and the late Reverend John Conyers Place, of Marnhull, Dorset, married 4th November 1843, to Anne WOODHOUSE, the daughter of Martha and the late Samuel Woodhouse of Norley Hall, Cheshire, and Bronte House near Liverpool

Joseph PLASKET, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

William PLATT, aged 47 years, widower, Boatswain, HMS Gibraltar, the son of Henry Platt deceased, married 13th July 1898 to, Harriet Martha LEDIARD, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of William Edward Lediard

Joseph Simon POLE, died Tuesday 27th April 1852, aged 29 years, at the Royal Naval Hospital

William Henry POLLARD, 21+, bachelor, from Cornwall, the son of Edward and Elizabeth Pollard, AB, HMS Caledonia, married 16th April 1872, to Mary Alice MILLICHAP, 21+, spinster, of Battersea, London, the daughter of David and Maria Millichap

Peter POLLOCK, aged 41 years, HMS Seringapatam, buried 2nd February 1827

Thomas POOLE, Sailmaker, HMS Alceste, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

William POOR, aged 16 years, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

Antonio PORTELLI, born Gozo, married, aged 37 years, Musician, serving on HMS Garnet, April 1881

Henry PORTER, died 2nd June 1869, Henry Porter, Able Seaman, HMS Newport. Boat capsized off St.Elmo Point, returning from Grand Harbour to Marsamuscetto Harbour, with Henry Grace, Quartermaster, William Payne, Leading Seaman, Sydney Porter, boy, John Lazazari, boy, William H.Seldon, boy, John Walters boy, R.Brooman, boy, and Andrew Cook, boy, who was the only survivor

Robert PORTER, Smith, HMS Success, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Robert PORTER, QM, HMS Scylla, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 12th October 1832

Robert POTTS, Carpenter, Berwick Transport, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

Richard POWELL, born 21st November 1839, the son of Jane and Richard Powell,

baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

Joseph PRATT, HMS Ganges, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 19th January 1832

Thomas PRATT, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Charles Roger PREEDY, born on 16th March 1894, the son of Margaret Alington and Commander Henry Preedy, Royal Navy, living in Valletta. The baby died on 4th May 1894, aged 2 months

James PRESTON, Sailmaker, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Lewis de Teissier PREVOST, 21+, bachelor, born Marylebone, London, Lieutenant, R.N., of HMS Vernon, the son of Captain Prevost R.N., married Wednesday 10th January 1844 to Elizabeth HANDY, 21+, spinster, from Crossmolina, Ireland, the daughter of the late Samuel Handy of Bracca Castle, Co.Westmeath

Mrs PRICE, the wife of Commander E.N. Price, gave birth to a son 1st April 1890, at the Villa Frere, Pieta

Richard PRICE, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

George PROCTOR, Carpenter, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Stoker PULLEN, of HMS Trident, died Sunday 7th March 1847. He fell into the sea and drowned

John PURCELL, Shipwright, HMS Topaze, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Robert PURCELL, Caulker, HMS Topaze, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Melita PURCHES, born 7th September 1899, the daughter of William Henry and Kate Purches, ERA, R.N.

Albert James PURKISS, aged 23 years, bachelor, 2nd Yeoman of Signals, HMS Polyphemus, married 10th October 1891, to Norah MACARTHY, aged 18 years, spinster

Edward PURVIS. At a Court Martial held March 1842, James Goss, Second Master of HMS Impregnable, was charged with having struck with violence Edward Purvis, Quarter Master HMS Impregnable and that death ensued. The sentence of the court decided charge proved and condemned the prisoner to be dismissed from HM service

John QUICKLEY, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Pembroke, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Emily Alma QUINTON, born 1st June 1854, the daughter of Caroline and Charles Quinton, HMS Ceylon

Thomas QUIRK, Sailmaker, HMS Philomel, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Henry RADFORD, aged 27 years, bachelor, born in Colchester, Essex, QM, HMS Enterprise, the son of Martin and Emma Radford, married 28th March 1867 to, Caroline JOHNSON, aged 20 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of William and Paula Johnson

William RAINSHAW, Sailmaker, HMS Kent, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Henry John RAMPLING, aged 38 years, widower, Chief Engineer, Royal Navy, HMS Surprise, the son of Richard Rampling, married 21st January 1893 to Alice Maud ANCELL, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of William Ancell

John RANDALL. 30th June 1829. Seaman, from HMS Madagascar. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Eleanor Georgiana RANDOLPH, died 19th June 1854, aged 11 months, the daughter of George Granville Randolph, Captain, HM Steamer Rodney.

John RATCLIFFE, Able Seaman, HMS Talavera, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Andrew RAY, Sailmaker, HMS Mercury, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Thomas RAY, Sailmaker, HMS Narcissus, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Frederick William REA, 21+, bachelor, born in Blackheath, Kent, Master, Royal Navy, HMS Vigilant, the son of Anne and Charles Andrew Rea, married 15th November 1858 to, Emily KEELING, 21+, spinster, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of Robert and Mary Keeling

Thomas REED, Shipwright, HMS Success, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Edward REES, aged 21 years, bachelor, of Leak, Huntingdonshire, the son of John and Mary Rees, Stoker, HMS Lord Warden, married 12th February 1871, to Teresa BONNICI,21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of Giuseppe and Domenia Bonnici

William REEVES, died 12th February 1846, after an accident in the dockyard. A seaman of HMS Hibernia, he was one of a working party who were raising a Spar by crane, when it swung round and struck him on the head fracturing his skull. He was taken to hospital but died an hour later

Jerard Aubrey REID, died 13th January 1870, only son of Dr.Reid, HMS Lord Warden

Commander REID, died about 19th March 1863, at Bighi Naval hospital. About 100 officers from all services and parties of seamen from every ship in harbour attended his burial in the hosptal cemetery. The service was conducted by the Hospital Chaplain, the Reverend R.B.Howe, and the Reverend William Dearden, Chaplain of HMS Magicienne

Emily Sophia Alexandra Mylius RENNIE, died 21st August 1860, aged 32 years. the wife of Captain Rennie CB, of H.M.I.N. Died at sea on the mail boat Ripon from Calcutta, India

A. REYNOLDS, Boy 1st Class, HMS Rodney, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st July and 30th September 1841

William REYNOLDS, born 15th August 1842, the son of Charlotte and John Reynolds, Purserís Steward, Royal Navy

William REYPART, L/M, HMS Pembroke, died in Bighi Royal Navy Hospital, between 1st April and 30th June 1839

Captain Ernest RICE, Royal Navy, HMS Sultan, serving in Malta on his birthday, 24th February 1889, aged 49 years

Charles Grafton RICH, aged 2 years, son of Stoker Rich of torpedo depot HMS Hibernia, was drowned in Sliema Creek on 12th January 1899. The parents resided at Vicolo Belvedere, Sliema

Alfred RICHARDS, 2nd Captain Fore Top, HMS Royal Oak, died 1st August 1866, aged 29 years

Robert RICHARDS, Boatswains Mate, HMS Firefly, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Thomas RICHARDS, died 14th February 1868, Able Seaman, HMS Endymion. Fell from aloft while on duty in maintop, and died from his injuries

George RICHARDSON, on Tuesday morning, 5th January 1847, Seaman, HMS Hecla, was employed cleaning the funnel when a rope supporting the stage broke and he fell to his death

John RICHARDSON, Able Seaman, HMS Raleigh, buried 4th September 1826

Jonathan RICHARDSON, Shipwright, HMS Trident, working in HM Dockyard January 1809

Thomas RICHARDSON, Sailmaker, HMS Antelope, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

William RICHARDSON, Sailmaker, HMS Agincourt, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

Charles RIDER, Sailmaker, HMS Mercury, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Lieutenant RIGGE, in command of HMS Trident, in March 1847

Robert RIMES, Boy, HMS Princess Charlotte, buried 20th July 1839

Benjamin ROBERTS, Carpenter, HMS Cyclops, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

James ROBERTS, Captain, R.N., Collector of Customs, 1867 Ė 1870

Rosa Louise ROBERTS, born 11th December 1869 at Sheerness, Kent, baptised in Malta 1877, the daughter of William Henry and Elizabeth Mary Roberts, Engineer, Royal Navy

Thomas ROBESON, aged 41 years, bachelor, HMS Invincible, the son of W.H.M. Robeson, Clerk in Holy Orders, married 26th February 1881, to Mary Louisa DYER, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of R.C.Dyer, Staff-Captain, Royal Navy

Joseph Thomas ROBINSON, born 2nd June 1839, the son of Mary Ann and Joseph Robinson, Gunner, HMS Beacon

Richard ROBINSON. 24th March 1829, Seaman, from HMS Blonde. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

Robert Spencer ROBINSON, 21+, bachelor, of St.Georgeís, Hannover Square, London, Captain, Royal Navy, son of the late Reverend Sir John Robinson of Rokeby Hall, Ireland, married 10th May 1841 to, Clementina LOUIS, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Rear-Admiral Sir John Louis of Cadwell, Devon, Superintendent of HM Dockyard Malta

William ROBINSON, aged 17 years, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

Louisa ROBSON, died 28th January 1855, the wife of the Reverend James Stuart Robson, Chaplain HM frigate Leander. Left a young family

On 30th March 1866, Charles RODGERS, 21+, bachelor, born in Armmore, Donegal, Ireland, Seaman, HMS Phebe, Royal Navy, the son of Charles and Ann Rodgers, married Maria SARSEDO, nee VALENI, the daughter of Vicenzo and Katherina Valeni, in St.Paulís Anglican cathedral, Valletta, stating that she was a widow. She had married Salvatore SARSEDO, on 30th May 1853, but he left Malta and was never heard from again. She died in Senglea on 5th February 1876. Charles RODGERS married Lorenza BORG on 15th April 1876 in Vittoriosa

William RODGERS, 21+, bachelor, born in Braintree, Essex, Steward, HMS Oberon, married 17th August 1848 to, Margaret SMITH, 21+, spinster, born in Malta

William RODWAY, died 6th November 1852, aged 36 years, Sailor, HMS Bellerophon, fell from St.Michael bastion whilst drunk. Taken by the police to the civil hospital where he died at 5 o'clock next morning of a fractured skull

Charles Pelican Alfred ROEBUCK, born 10th April 1833, the son of Sarah and Isaac Roebuck, Gunner, HMS Ceylon

Sarah Margaret ROEBUCK, born 18th May 1836, the daughter of Sarah and Isaac Roebuck, Gunner, HMS Ceylon

Frank H. ROGERS, Lieutenant, HMS Superb, died May 1881 in in Bighi Naval Hospital, of fever

John ROGERS, HMS Ocean, buried 26th December 1828

Thomas ROGERS, aged 28 years, Seaman, HMS Active, buried 22nd June 1824

Samuel ROLFE, Sailmaker, worked in HM Dockyard, returned to England on board HMS Prevoyante, October 1810

Sarah Ellen Elizabeth ROSKILLY, baptised 4th January 1868, the daughter of Sarah Ann and William Edward Roskilly, Gunner, HMS Hydra

Eric John Daubeney ROUTH, born 21st January 1895, the son of Ethel Blanche and Commander Henry Peter Routh, Royal Navy

Alfred Charles Henry ROWE, born 28th January 1844, the son of Mary and John Rowe, Steward, R.N., HMS Geyser

Thomas ROWLAND, Sailmaker, HMS Athenian, working in HM Dockyard January 1801

Robert RUDD, born 10th January 1841, the son of Letitia and Robert Rudd, baptised April 1865 by the Reverend S. Kelson Stothert, Chaplain HMS Victoria

Charles William RUSE, aged 24 years, bachelor, Seaman, HMS Hibernia, the son of William Ruse, married 25th October 1897 to, Hester Ann HAWTON, aged 22 years, spinster, from Plympton, Devon, the daughter of Francis Hawtin deceased

Hugh RUSSELL, aged 33 years, bachelor, HMS Landrail, the son of Hugh Russell, married 11th April 1891 to Elizabeth Anne SMYE, aged 27 years, spinster, the daughter of Job Smye

James RUSSELL. 7th September 1829, from HMS Asia. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital, by John Liddell

John RUSSELL, died 29th January 1843, First Lieutenant, aged 32 years, HMS frigate Geyser

Joshua RUSSELL. 26th January 1839, from HMS Asia. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

James RYAN, Shipwright, HMS Topaze, working in HM Dockyard, February 1809

Louisa RYDER, died 10th October 1855, aged 22 years, the wife of Captain Alfred Phillips Ryder, R.N., HMS Dauntless

Dr.James SALMON, died 25th August 1858, Deputy Inspector of Hospitals, after a long illness in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital

John SALTER, Carpenter, HMS Wassanaer, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Dorothy Florence Elizabeth SAMPSON, born 24th June 1899, the daughter of Harry and Florence Rosina Sampson, ERA, R.N.

Thomas SANDLEY, died 18th April 1859, aged 23 years, Sailor, HMS Medina. Was boating with his brother George Michael Sandley of HMS Conqueror, when the boat overturned off Fort Ricasoli. Thomas unable to swim drowned before his brother could save him. George was rescued by the tug Dragon

Arthur SANDY, aged 24 years, bachelor, ERA, Royal Navy, married 8th August 1887, to Mary LUTLEY, aged 23 years, spinster

Joseph SARGENT, Boy 2nd Class, HMS Powerful, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st July and 30th September 1841

William SARGENT, died 7th November 1866, aged 32 years. Able Seaman, R.N.

Adelaide Amelia SAUNDERS, the youngest daughter of the late Commander William Saunders, R.N., married 15th August 1850, to William Henry BATEMAN, Paymaster and Purser R.N.

George SAUNDERS, died 11th October 1864, on HMS Gibraltar, during exercise fell from one of the yards, onto the deck, hitting Frederick Derpew, who was knocked down a hatchway into the hold and also killed

Petty Officer Robert SAUNDERS, died 22nd October 1866, lately pensioned from HMS Gibraltar, awaiting a passage to England. He died on board HMS Hibernia, after falling into the hold and fracturing his skull. Buried in Bighi Hospital cemetery

J.C. SAXTON, died 3rd October 1850, Gunner of Brig Frolic, at Bighi Naval

Hospital, of cholera.

SCAMMELL, died 2nd December 1869, Sailor on HMS Lord Warden, due to an accident

Charles John SCARGALL, 21+, bachelor, born in St.Giles, London, Wardroom Steward, HMS Terrible, the son of John and Sarah Ann Scargall, married 15th May 1856 to, Susanna Antonietta CAMILLERI, born in Malta, the widow of Vincenzo Camilleri, the daughter of Michele and Anna SCHEMBRI

Baron G. SCHLIPPENBACH, died 20th March 1840, Captain, aged 48 years. Captain in the Russian Navy. From Livonia. Died while in command of His Imperial Majestyís frigate Alexandra

Richard SCOREY. 21st August 1838, Ordinary Seaman, from HMS Minden. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

Andrew SCOTT, Sailmaker, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

David SCOTT, born 21st June 1865, the son of Margaret Scott nee WELSH, and Thomas Scott, Engineer, Royal Navy

John SCOTT, widower, of Selsea, Sussex, Boatswain, HMS Rainbow, married 18th June 1833, to Theresa GARDNER, minor, spinster, the daughter of Anthony Gardner of Guernsey, Shipwright in HM Naval Yard

Mrs SCOTT, the wife of W.P. Scott, Paymaster, HMS Medina, gave birth to a daughter 26th May 1863 in Valletta

F. SCREEN, AB, in April 1889 he was Court Martialed for striking a senior officer. He was found Guilty and sentenced to 3 months Hard Labour

Evelyn Cassandra SCROGGS, born 5th June 1894, the daughter of Harold Charles and Cassandra Mabel Molyneux Scroggs, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

Charles Samuel SEELY, 21+, bachelor, born in Woolwich, Kent, Engineer, HMS Triton, married 10th July 1849 to, Mary DAY, spinster, minor, born in Malta, with the consent of her guardianís Peter Hepburn and and William H. Brown, both resident in Malta

William H. SELDON, died 2nd June 1869, of HMS Newport. Boat capsized off St.Elmo Point, returning from Grand Harbour to Marsamuscetto Harbour, with William Payne, Leading Seaman, Henry Porter, Able Seaman, Sydney Porter, boys John Lazazari, John Walters, R.Brooman, and Andrew Cook, who was the only survivor

Arthur Everett SHANKS, died 14th December 1866 in Valletta, aged 6 months, the infant son of Hemsley R. Shanks, Secretary to Vice Admiral Lord Clarence Paget

John SHARP, Sailmaker, HMS Madras, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Benjamin SHARPE, 21+, bachelor, from Chiswick, London, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Howe, married 5th March 1843 to, Marianne Fanny MONTAGU, 21+, spinster, from Swaffam, Norfolk

Catherine Hay SHARPE, died 26th October 1838, aged 44 years, the wife of Rear Admiral Alexander Renton Sharpe CB, Captain of HMS Minden

A.T. SHAWE, Midshipman, HMS Revenge, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

James SHEPEARD, Seaman, HMS Talbot, buried 27th December 1827

John SHIELDS, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Alexander SHIPPARD, died 4th April 1841, aged 69 years. Rear Admiral

Jane SHIPPARD, died 10th November 1841, aged 71 years. The widow of Admiral Alexander Shippard

William SHORLAND, died 31st March 1855, Carpenter, HMS Vulcan

Alexander SHORROCK, aged 30 years, bachelor, of Manchester, the son of James and Rose Shorrock, Cook, HMS Geizer, married 2nd August 1875, to Isabella HAYNES, aged 24+, spinster, born Simons Town, Cape of Good Hope, the daughter of Thomas and Isabella Haynes

William SIBBLE, died 9th May 1836, Quartermaster, HMS Vernon

Thomas SILNECK, died 3rd November 1840, Seaman who was killed on board HMS Coaster, at the capture of St.Jean D'Acre by the allies

Miss. SILVER, engaged to Bulkeley Jones, Assistant Surgeon, HMS Hind, in 1837. Her sister Mary, widow of Mr.Guliver, married Mr.Whitmarsh, dispenser at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital

Reverend Gustavus Aird SIM, Presbyterian Chaplain to HM Fleet, 1897

William SIMMONDS, died 22nd May 1802, Seaman, HMS Diane, of fever, in the General Military Hospital, Valletta

George Thomas SIMMONS, born 5th June 1853, the son of Emily Simmons nee GORE, and Thomas Simmons, Engineer, HMS Caradoc

John SIMMONS, aged 40 years, Gunner's Mate, HMS Columbine, buried 12th December 1823

George SIMPSON, Sailmaker, HMS Halcyon, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Joseph SIMPSON, 21+, bacelor, born in Athlone, Ireland, Seaman, HMS Caledonia, the son of William and Rosanna Simpson, married 13th April 1869 to, Ann ABERNETHY, 21+, the widow of William Abernethy, born in Sunderland, the daughter of Daniel and Margaret MURPHY

George SKEENS, aged 24 years, bachelor, E.R.A., Royal Navy, HMS Colossus, the son of Henry Christopher Skeens, married 25th December 1887, to Kate HEALES, aged 24 years, spinster, the daughter of Edward Heales

Ernest SLACK, aged 27 years, bachelor, ERA, R.N., the son of Thomas Slack, married 16th November 1899, to Clara Annie CLOSE, aged 26 years, spinster, of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, the daughter of William Close

Gladys Mary SLACK, born 5th September 1900, the daughter of Ernest and Clara Annie Slack, ERA, R.N.

Adolphus SLADE, later Admiral Sir, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1827

Adam SMITH, Shipwright, HMS Lucifer, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Agnes Louisa SMITH, born 11th February 1830, the daughter of Mary and Charles Henry Smith, Naval Officer

Benjamin SMITH, Able Seaman, HMS Glasgow, buried 19th August 1824

Charles John SMITH, born 30th April 1819, the son of Mary and Charles Henry Smith, Naval Officer in the Naval Arsenal

Frederick SMITH, Sailmaker, HMS Success, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Frederick SMITH, Carpenter, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Frederick Edmund SMITH, born 16th August 1828, the son of Mary and Charles Henry Smith

Frederick Edmund SMITH, died on Saturday 18th December 1830, at Vittoriosa, aged 2 years and 4 months, youngest son of Charles Henry Smith, Naval Officer, H.M.Dockyard

George SMITH, born 28th June 1822, the son of Mary and Charles Henry Smith, Naval Officer in the Dockyard

George Henry SMITH, born 25th March 1821, the son of Mary and Charles Henry Smith, Naval Officer in the Naval Dockyard

Henry SMITH, Able Seaman, HMS Vanguard, buried 2nd January 1837

Henry Percy SMITH, born 17th December 1825, the son of Charles Henry and Mary Smith, Naval Officer in the Dockyard

James SMITH, Boatswain, HMS Humber. Found Guilty at a Court Martial of absenting himself from his ship without leave, and sentenced to be dismissed the service

John SMITH, Smith, HMS Warrior, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

John SMITH, aged 20 years, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Asia, buried 3rd July 1827

John SMITH, aged 18 years, L/M, HMS Rattlesnake, buried 13th January 1828

John William SMITH, 21+, widower, born in Woolwich, Kent, Engineer, HMS Swallow, the son of George and Mary Smith, married 6th April 1858 to, Anne WILLIAMS, 21+, widow, born North Leigh, Oxfordshire, the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Willett Williams

Michael SMITH, 2nd Master, died in Bighi Royal Navy Hospital, between 1st April and 30th June 1839

Nicholas SMITH. 28th May 1839, Quartermaster, from HMS Bellerophon. His body was sent from Bighi Royal Naval Hospital for interment

Thomas SMITH. 18th November 1837, from HMS Pembroke. His body sent from Bighi Royal Naval Hospital for interment

Thomas SMITH, HMS Revenge, buried 8th April 1826

Thomas SMITH, Able Seaman, HMS Carysfort, buried 6th November 1837

William SMITH, Sailmaker, HMS Agincourt, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

William SMITH, HMS Volcano, buried 20th February 1840

William SMITH, born in Malta about 1855. Chief Captain to the Forecastle, living in Royal Naval Barracks, Sheerness, in 1881

William SMITH. 18th August 1829, from HMS Revenge. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital by John Liddell

William SMITH, died 3rd November 1840, Seaman who was killed on board HMS Coaster, at the capture of St.Jean D'Acre by the allies

John SNIPE. became a Royal Naval Surgeon in 1787. He was concerned regarding the general health of shipsí crews, and at the request of Admiral Nelson came to Malta in 1803 to advise on a site for a Naval Hospital, and suggested the Villa Bighi site

James SNOOK, Carpenter, HMS Pilot, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

G.J.R. SNOW, Lieutenant, HMS Cyclops, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

James SOMERVILLE, HMS......, buried 11th October 1839

Thomas SPARKS, HMS Britannia, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 2nd May 1830

William SPARKS, died 27th March 1832, aged 23 years. He fell from the top mast rigging at the time top gallant yards were send down at Sunset

The Hon. Sir Robert Cavendish SPENCER, died 4th November 1830, at Alexandria, on board HMS Madagascar. He was the Captain. On 12th December 1831, a needle-type Monument to his memory, designed by Gorg Pullicino, was erected at Corradino Hill, but in March 1893 re-sited at Blata-l-Bajda, in Marsa

Arthur Graves SPRATT, born 9th May 1854, the son of Sophia Dean and Thomas Abel Bremage Spratt, Royal Navy

Edward James Henry SPRATT, born on 30th August 1845 at Pieta, the son of Lieutenant Thomas Abel Bremage Spratt, R.N. and his wife Sophia Dean

Sidney Drake SPRATT, died 12th November 1852, aged 1 year 9 months. Son of Commander James Spratt R.N.

William Devereux SPRATT, died 13th December 1852, aged 3 years 4 months. Son of Commander James Spratt R.N. of HMS survey vessel Spitfire. Both sons died of croup after a brief illness

Robert Humphrey SQUIBBS, aged 28 years, bachelor, E.R.A., Royal Navy, the son of Robert Squibbs, married 22nd April 1892 to Elizabeth GAFFIERO, aged 23 years, spinster, the daughter of Francesco Gaffiero

Evelyn Marjory SQUIRE, born 11th October 1885, the daughter of Ruth Caroline Georgina and Commander Mountjoy Squire, Royal Navy, retired

Henry ST.JOHN, Royal Navy, aged 65 years, buried 8th March 1834

John Schuyler ST.JOHN, died 22nd June 1834, aged 36 years, Lieutenant, R.N., third son of the late Captain Henry St.John, R.N.

Violet Alice STANLEY, born 11th October 1897, the daughter of Annie Bickerton and Lieutenant Victor Albert Stanley, Royal Navy

Mr.STANTON, late Boatswain, HMS Alexandra, funeral took place 2nd January 1889 at the Royal Naval Hospital Bighi

William F. STAPLES, Ordinary seaman, HMS Royal Oak, died 19th June 1864, aged 20 years

James STARKER, Carpenters Crew, HMS Beacon, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

John STATES. 18th June 1837, Stoker, from HMS Confiance. His body sent from Bighi Royal Naval Hospital for interment

Joseph STEDWORTHY, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Minden, died in Bighi Royal Navy Hospital, between 1st April and 30th June 1839

James STEPHEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Aberdeenshire, Naval Instructor, HMS Hannibal, the son of Arthur and Margaret Stephen, married 2nd August 1856 to, Sarah Elizabeth ALLEN, 21+, spinster, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of Susan and John Vesty Allen, Clerk of Works, Royal Engineers

William Benjamin STEPHENS, aged 27 years, bachelor, Carpenterís Mate, Royal Navy, married 3rd December 1887, to Maud Mary MARSHALL, aged 26 years, spinster

William Benjamin Frederick STEPHENS, born 24th October 1888, the son of Maud Mary and William Benjamin Stephens, Carpenterís Mate, Royal Navy

William Bowden STEPHENS, 21+, bachelor, born in Devonport, Assistant Engineer, HMS Caradoc, the son of Richard and Mary Ann Stephens, married 27th April 1854, Emma Mary NIBBS, 21+, spinster, born in Gosport, Hampshire, the daughter of John James and Ann Nibbs

Ernest George STEVENS, born 24th July 1871, the son of Sarah Augusta Croft and Captain Frederick Hildebrand Stevens, Royal Navy

Captain F.H. STEVENS, his wife gave birth to a son on 2nd March 1867. The Governor of the Royal Naval Prison, Corradino

Frederick H. STEVENS, Captain, Royal Navy, Governor R.N. Prison, 1871

Hugh STEVENS, Smith, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Dr.John G. STEWARD, living at Royal Naval Hospital, Bighi, 1852

Charlie STEWART, aged 38 years, bachelor, Chief Petty Officer, Royal Navy, the son of Edwin Stewart, married 6th October 1900 to, Elizabeth MUNNING, aged 32 years, spinster, the daughter of William Munning

George Henry STICKLAND, born 20th September 1860, the son of Fanny and George Stickland, Steward, R.N., HMS Queen

Charles Benson Earle STODDART, Midshipman, Royal Navy, aged 18 years, died 2nd December 1834, at Plymouth,. The son of Chief Justice Stoddart of Malta

Edith Elizabeth Adams STOKES, born 12th November 1857, the daughter of Anne H. and John Stokes, Royal Navy

George Herbert STOKES, born 14th November 1860, the son of Anne H. and John Stokes, Royal Navy

John Martin STOKES, born 14th November 1854, the son of Ann H. and John Stokes, Royal Navy

Samuel STONE, 21+, bachelor, born Woolwich, Kent, Engineer, Royal Navy, HMS Firebrand, the son of Edward and Marianne Stone, married 17th April 1852 to, Louisa JONES, spinster, minor with fatherís consent, born Lambeth, London, the daughter of Elizabeth and Sampson Jones

Douglas Montague STOPFORD, aged 4 months, buried 8th July 1857

Edward STOPFORD, 21+, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, commanding HMS Confiance, married 6th August 1840 to, Julia Maria WILBRAHAM, 21+, spinster, of St.Georgeís, London, the eldest daughter of the late Captain William Wilbraham, Royal Navy, and step-daughter to Governor Bouverie

The Hon. Montague STOPFORD, Captain, R.N., the fourth son of the Rt. Hon. Earl of Coutown, K.F., married 25th August 1827, to Cordelia Winifreda WHITMORE, the second daughter of Colonel Whitmore, R. E.

The Hon. M. STOPFORD, later Admiral, Freemason, member of The Lodge of St.John and St.Paul 1825

Thomas STOW. A party consisting of George and Ann Brown, his wife, Peter Cazely and Charles Lamb, belonging to HMS Aid, and Thomas Stow, HM Schooner Express  went on shore, on the 19th January 1818. They were reported missing and on Thursday 29th the bodies of Peter Cazaly and Charles Lamb were discovered

floating in Grand Harbour, and next morning the other bodies were recovered. The state of bodies showed that they had been many days in the water. It was found that they had been drinking at a Public House on the Point of Senglea, on the night of the 19th, and when trying to return to their ships, their boat overturned in very strong winds

David STRACHAN, Smith, HMS Wassanaer, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Mrs STRICKLAND, the wife of Commander W. Strickland, Royal Navy gave birth to a son at 217 Strada San Paolo, Valletta

C.B. STRONG, Lieutenant, R.N., of HMS Queen, was Court Martialed on Tuesday 7th January 1844, on board HMS Queen, for being absent several days without leave

Richard O. STUART, died 15th October 1853, R.N., at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, Master of HMS Trafalgar

Heaver SUGDEN, 21+, bachelor, born in Gillingham, Kent, Acting Master, HMS Pelican, the eldest son of Mary and Abraham Sugden, R.N., married 23rd May 1865 to, Ellen NIBBS, spinster, minor, born in Gosport, the fourth daughter of Anne and John Nibbs, of the Naval Bakery

Cornelius SULLIVAN, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Powerful, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

John SULLIVAN, Seaman, HMS Vanguard, died 9th November 1837 in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital

Andrea SWANSON, Sailmaker, HMS Charon, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

William SWEET, Sailmaker, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Captain SYMONDS , R.N., died Monday 17th June 1847

Anna Maria SYMONDS, died 21st June 1847, aged 30 years, the wife of Captain Thomas Symonds, R.N., of HMS Spartan. Daughter of the late Captain Heywood CB.

Francis Hope TABOR, aged 28 years, bachelor, from Middlesex, the son of Robert and Mary Tabor, Lieutenant, R.N., married 29th August 1876, to Mary Sadleir CREAGHE, aged 27 years, spinster, of Dublin, the daughter of Stephen and Sarah Creaghe

John Allen TAIT, born 4th May 1822, the son of Lucy Matilda Margaret and Robert Tait, Commander, Royal Navy

Robert TAIT, aged 26 years, bachelor, of Dalkeith, Lieutenant, R.N., resident Valletta, married 30th March 1819, to Margaret ALLEN, aged 21 years, spinster, of Kingston, Hampshire, the daughter of John Allen, Surgeon, Naval Hospital.

William TAIT, born 2nd August 1820, the son of Robert and Lucy Matilda Margaret Tait, Commander, Royal Navy

Frederick J. TAPLIN, 21+, bachelor, born in Portsmouth, Chief Engineer, HM Steamer The Recruit, the son of Robert and Sarah Taplin, married 20th February 1857 to, Nancy JONES, spinster, minor, born in Greenwich, the daughter of Sarah and Richard John Jones

Robert TASSELL, Captain's Steward, HMS Hastings, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

Alban Edward Trevor TATE, born 27th November 1890, the son of Clara and Lieutenant Francis Alban Arthur Giffard Tate, Royal Navy

John TATE, died 19th May 1802, Seaman, HMS Blonde, in the General Military Hospital, Valletta

Henry TAVERNER. 8th August 1829. From HMS Ocean. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital by John Liddell

Assistant Surgeon TAYLOR, HM Steamer Firefly, committed suicide, by taking poison, 1837

Fancourt Norton TAYLOR, born 9th April 1842, the son of Charlotte and Captain William Norton Taylor, Royal Navy

Florence Emily Beatrice TAYLOR, born 29th January 1884, the daughter of William and Emily Anna Taylor, ERA, Royal Navy

Guthrie TAYLOR, 21+, bachelor, from Dundee, Assistant Surgeon, HMS St.Vincent, married 23rd October 1831, to Isabella APPLEBY, 21+, the widow of Richard Appleby

Janet Maria TAYLOR, born 9th April 1845, the daughter of Maria Mortimer Taylor, nee WARD, and Robert Taylor, Engineer, Royal Navy

John TAYLOR, aged 48 years, widower, from Plymouth, Armourer, HMS Rochfort, married 17th September 1823, to Ann ACTON, aged 44 years, the widow of Drum Major Thomas Acton, 18th Regiment

John TAYLOR, aged 15 years, baptised 29th March 1859 by Reverend W.G. Greer, R.N. Chaplain HMS Marlborough

Raymond Maurice Trevelyan TAYLOR, born 1st April 1899, the son of Geraldine de Courcy and Lieutenant Arthur Trevelyan Taylor, Royal Navy

Thomas Alexander TELFER, 21+, bachelor, born in Malta, Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of John Buchan Telfer, married 11th March 1854 to, Diana LINDQUIST, spinster, minor, born in St.James Calcutta, the daughter of William Lindquist,Agent and Superintendent P.&.O. Steamship Company

Thomas Alexander TELFER, died 21st March 1860, aged 35 years, Paymaster, Royal Navy, Secretary to Rear Admiral Codrington

Reverend William TERROT, 1769 - 1832. Founder member of the Church Missionary Society. Chaplain Royal Navy 1806, tutor in the family of Sir Alexander Ball

Willliam Hayward TEW, 21+, widower, of Compton, Somerset, the son of Thomas and Mary Tew, Shipís Steward, HMS Hercules, married 23rd March 1877, to Marian ROBINSON, 21+, spinster, of London, the daughter of William Thomas and Lucy Ann Robinson

William THAKE, aged 24 years, bachelor, born in Walthamstow, London, Armourer, HMS Royal Oak, the son of William and Harriet Thake, married 11th February 1867 to, Caroline RABBIT (? FENECH), aged 20 years, spinster, born in Malta, the daughter of Joseph and Mary Rabbit (?Fenech)

Charles THOMAS, Shipwright, HMS Ocean, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Edward THOMAS, Sailmaker, HMS Topaze, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

George THOMAS, Sailmaker, HMS Alceste, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

William THOMAS, Sailmaker, HMS Philomel, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Ebeneza THOMPSON, Sailmaker, Thomas & Mary, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

Edward THOMPSON, HMS Revenge, buried 25th January 1827

Edward THOMPSON, aged 25 years, Able Seaman, HMS Carysfort, buried 5th November 1839

Joseph THOMPSON, aged 27 years, E.R.A., Royal Navy, HMS Victoria, the son of Joseph Thompson, married 30th December 1890 to Eliza Tindall NICOLL, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Charles William Nicoll

Robert THOMPSON, Sailmaker, HMS Hope, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

William THOMPSON, Sailmaker, HMS Success, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

William George THOMPSON, 21+, bachelor, born Dublin, Fireman, HMS Caradoc, the son of William George and Jane Thompson, married 26th January 1869, to Fortunata Maria Carmela MICALLEF, 21+, spinster born Malta, the daughter of Luigi and Anne Micallef

THORN, born 4th September 1837, a son to the wife of George THORN, Purser, Royal Navy, HMS Bellerophon

George THORN, Able Seaman, HMS Sapphire, died between 1st January and 31st March 1838

Henry John THORN, 21+, bachelor, born in Newbury, Berkshire, Able Seaman, HMS Hydra, the son of James and Maria Thorn, married 22nd December 1864 to, Henrietta Venning HUGHES, 21+, spinster, born in Highclere, Hampshire, the daughter of Thomas and Eliza Hughes

William THORN, Seaman, of HMS Kite, was robbed by Private James Nottage, of 14th Regiment, at Isola. Nottage was sentenced to death for the crime

William THORPE, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Albert Henry TILLEY, born 4th May 1883, the son of Mary Matilda and and George Tilley, Captain HM Tug Escort, Royal Navy Dockyard

George TILLEY, aged 29 years, widower, of Portsmouth, the son of George Honor Tilley, Deck Officer, R.N., married 25th May 1879, to Hannah Sarah WYATT, aged 19 years, spinster, of Portsmouth, the daughter of James Wyatt

Charles TILLEY, died 8th November 1866, aged 21 years. Able Seaman, R.N.

John TODD, Shipwright, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Helen Georgina Joyce TOWNSEND, born 7th November 1888, the daughter of George Barnard and Evelyn Marie Townsend, Paymaster, Royal Navy

John TRAYHORN, Able Seaman, HMS Sybille, buried 24th November 1824

Joseph TREAVES, Shipwright, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

George TREMILLS, 21+, bachelor, of Plymouth, the son of Nathaniel and Mary Anne Tremills, Signalman, R.N., HMS Hart, married 10th February 1874, to Mary Anne JENKINSON, minor, with her guardians consent, born Malta, the daughter of Thomas and Mary Jenkinson

Ethel TRESSIDER, died 29th August 1881 in Valletta, the infant daughter of Lieutenant Tressider Royal Navy, aged 9 months

Thomas TUBB, Sailmaker, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

George Thomas TUCKER, born 7th Octrober 1844, the son of Mary Ann and George Tucker, Engineer, HMS Electro

William Guise TUCKER, appointed Chaplain to HMS Minden 74-gun, in 1836, aged 24 years. Made Chaplain to the Fleet in 1865, succeeding Goldney

TUCKER, born 7th May 1848, a daughter to the wife of the Reverend William Guise Tucker, R.N.

TUCKER, died 6th June 1853, aged 10 months, the daughter of R.J.B.Tucker, of HM Steamer Caradoc

Neville Charles Arthur De Hirtzel TUFNELL, born 5th April 1864, the son of Eleanor Frances and William Neville Tufnell, Lieutenant, Royal Navy

Alfred TULLETT, aged 19 years 6 months, HMS Princess Royal, buried 2nd December 1857

Thomas TURNBULL, 21+, bachelor, born in Sunderland, 2nd Mate, Transport Alma, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Turnbull, married 11th August 1856 to, Elizabeth AGIUS, 21+, widow, born in Malta

Charles Fox TURNER, 21+, bachelor, born Devonport, Paymaster and Purser of HMS Bulldog, married Thursday 23rd September 1847to, Laura Augusta CLARKE, 21+, spinster, born in Bombay, India, the youngest daughter of Eliza and the late Captain James Clarke, 47th Regiment

Thomas TURNER, Schoolmaster on HMS Royal Oak in March 1866

Thomas TWADDLE, Carpenter, HMS Alexander, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

William Henry TWEEDY, 21+, bachelor, born in Longbenton, Northumberland, Engineer, HMS Vulture, the son of Joseph and Isabella Tweedy, married 26th March 1859 to, Mary Ann JEVONS, spinster, minor, born in Kinsale, Ireland, the daughter of William and Mary Jevons

Daniel TYRRELL, Carpenter, HMS Triumph, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

John UNDERHILL, Carpenter, HMS Ceylon, buried 27th June 1846, aged 58 years

Thomas UNDERWOOD, Smith, HMS Trident, working in HM Dockyard, January1809

Reverend Hugh K. UPCHER, RN Chaplain, died 12th June 1881, HMS Invincible, from enteric fever in Bighi Naval Hospital

Robert Ernest UPTON, aged 23 years, bachelor, AB, HMS Alexandra, the son of John Upton, married 16th February 1880, to Anna GALEA, aged 20 years, spinster, the daughter of Grazio Galea

Captain VANSITTART, served on HMS Frolic, during cholera epidemic, 1850

Nathaniel VAUGHAN, Shipwright, worked in HM Dockyard, returned to England October 1810 on board HMS Prevoyante

Lewis VINCENT, HMS St.Vincent, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 29th December 1831

William Henry VINE, 21+, bachelor, born in Brighton, Steward, HMS Endymion, the son of Thomas and Hannah Vine, married 26th January 1869 to, Adelaide TAYLOR, spinster, minor, born in Malta, the daughter of Mary and QMS William Frederick Taylor

Edward WALDEN, Sailmaker, HMS Thunderer, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

Caroline WALKER, born 27th December 1838, the daughter of Mary Catherine Sinclair and Captain Baldwin Wake Walker, R.N.

James WALKER, Sailmaker, HMS Burgoyne, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

William WALKER, HMS Britannia, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 25th February 1831

John WALLACE, Boatswain'sMate, HMS Hermes, died of cholera, buried 30th June 1837

William WALLACE, Sailmaker, HMS Charon, working in HM Dockyard, April 1803

Henry WALLIS, 21+, bachelor, born Bodmin, Cornwall, Lieutenant, HMS Enterprise, the son of Preston and Elizabeth Wallis, married 4th November 1866, to Angiolina CESARIO, minor, spinster, born Corfu, the daughter of Gennino and Carolina Cesario

John WALSH, Able Seaman, HMS Dryad, buried 18th January 1828

Philip Norman WALTER, born 12th December 1898, the son of Eleanor, and Lieutenant Philip Walter, Royal Navy

Thomas James WANSTALL, 21+, bachelor, of Sandwich, Kent, the son of William and Elizabeth Wanstall, Engine Room Engineer, HMS Cockatrice, married 24th January 1871, to Giuseppa GARDNER, 21+, spinster, born Malta, the daughter of William and Ann Gardner

Thomas J. WANSTALL, aged 39 years, married, born Sandwich, Kent, Chief Engine Room Artificer, serving on HMS Hibernia, April 1881

John WARD, Seaman, HMS Revenge, buried 27th December 1829

Henry William Varley WARRINGTON, 21+, bachelor, born Teston, Kent, the son of Henry and Martha Warrington, serving in Royal Navy, married 27th March 1851 to, Elizabeth Harriet SMITH, 21+, spinster, born Ince Castle, Cornwall, the daughter of Thomas and Anne Tuckett Caines Smith

William WARRINGTON, widower, born in Deptford, Kent, Purserís Steward, HMS Locust, married 17th March 1848 to, Carmela FUGALLO, 21+, spinster, born Trapani, Sicily

G. WATKINS, Boatswain, HMS Hibernia, died in Royal Naval Hospital Saturday 1st November 1890

John WATSON, Able Seaman,   HMS Rochfort, buried 12th February 1823

Peter WATSON, Shipwright, HMS Excellent, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

William WAY, aged 42 years, bachelor, Staff-Commander, Royal Navy, HMS Phaeton, the son of William Way, married 16th December 1889, to Maria Chattock SHAW, aged 28 years, spinster, the daughter of Harry Edwin Farnell Shaw, Surgeon

James William WAYE. In February 1834, HM Steamer Meteor, arrived in Grand Harbour, with Sir W.Galway on board. After he disembarked the vessel was placed alongside a quay to unload explosives. Whilst doing so, an explosion occured killing the following, James William Waye, Master of the ship, John MacGowan, Seaman, George Kairns, Seaman, George S.Cowper, a gentleman, besides several Maltese labourers and Dockyard officials

Silas WAYMOUTH, 21+, bachelor, born in Pembroke, South Wales, Paymaster, Royal Navy, HMS London, married at St.Andrews Scots Church by Reverend George Wisely, to Jane Sutherland MILLER, 21+, spinster, born in Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland, daughter of the late William Miller of Fifeshire. She is the sister-in-law of Dr.Wisely

Frederick WEAVER, died 3rd November 1840, Seaman, HMS Coaster

James Richard WEBB, aged 27 years, bachelor, Seaman, HMS Trafalgar, the son of James Webb, married 10th April 1891, to Lily Teresa SNASHALL, aged 21 years, the daughter of William Owen Snashall

John WELCH, died November 1855, Seaman, fell from aloft

Assistant Surgeon WELD, died 17th March 1844, aged 24 years. Assistant Surgeon on HMS Queen, his knife slipped whilst disecting a corpse and cut his finger, which he ignored. The wound became seriously infected, and he died on Sunday evening at 10 p.m. Was Assistant Surgeon on HMS Formidable in 1842

Reverend WELLS, Chaplain of HMS Albion, in March 1847

Edward WEST, died about 14th November 1861, Chief Engineer on Malacca

Frederick J. WEST, aged 26 years, bachelor, Petty Officer, Royal Navy, the son of William West deceased, married 6th February 1896 to, Eliza TIDBURY, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of James Tidbury

G.R WEST, died Sunday 23rd June 1844, Assistant Surgeon, of HMS Hecla, at the Royal Naval Hospital Bighi

Joseph WEST, Carpenter, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Thomas WESTGUARD, Able Seaman, HMS Rose, buried 17th November 1825

Charles WESTON. 28th December 1829. From HMS Asia. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital by John Liddell.

William John WETHERALL, 21+, bachelor, born in Shaldon, Devon, Steward, HMS Orlando, the son of John and Joanna Wetherall, married 16th October 1865 to, Elizabeth Victoria PADOVAN, 21+, spinster, born in Corfu, the daughter of Mary Ann and the late Peter Padovan. The brideís mother has re-married and is Mary Ann KNIGHT

Martin WHEALAN, died 29th April 1864, aged 27 years, Seaman, HMS Liffey

Patrick WHELAN. 9th November 1838, Able Seaman, from HMS Princess Charlotte. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

James WHISHAIN, Clerk in Charge, HMS Megara, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital, buried 30th June 1840

George WHITE, aged 24 years, bachelor, Admiralís Steward, HMS Alexandra, the son of John White, married 12th September 1885, to Ellen FORD, aged 22 years, spinster, the daughter of Edward Ford

George WHITE, on Wednesday 27th August 1845, Court Martial on HMS Amazon,

George White, Able Seaman, HMS Amazon, charged with mutinous conduct, disobedience of orders, desertion, and enticing others to desert, in and with the the Captain's Gig, to the weakening of the service. In October 1845, Her Majesty Queen Victoria extended her Royal Mercy towards George White, who had been sentenced to death by Court Martial, for mutinous words to the Honourable Mr. Deane, and also enticing other seamen to desert. Her Majesty on account of strong recommendation of the Court changed the sentence to transportation for life

John WHITE, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

John WHITE, Blacksmith, HMS Madras, working HM Dockyard, September 1803

William WHITEHEAD, 21+, bachelor, from Alverstoke, Hampshire, Seaman, on HMS Bellerophon, married 12th January 1838, to Eliza RICHARDSON, spinster orphan, with the consent of her Guardian

Hunter WHITESIDE, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Bellerophon, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st January and 30th June 1841

W. WICKS, Able Seaman, HMS Hastings, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

William Marcus Charles Beresford WHYTE, aged 29 years, bachelor, Asst. Paymaster, Royal Navy, the son of William Thomas Whyte, married 28th September 1892, to Jane Emily JACKSON, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Henry Lord Jackson

Hugh WIDLEY, died 6th Februry 1898, the infant son of Staff-Surgeon A.G. Wildey, HMS Cruiser

John WILDING. 20th January 1829. Ordinary Seaman, from HMS Spartiate. Post Mortem carried out at Bighi Naval Hospital by John Liddell

William WILKINS, 21+, bachelor, Purser, HMS Hecate, married 10th January 1842 to, Elizabeth Jane Balcombe NAGEL, spinster, minor

J.S. WILKINSON, died Wednesday 5th March 1845, Master of the Steam frigate HMS Devastation, at Royal Naval Hospital Bighi

Charles Edward Dring WILLCOX, 21+, bachelor, born in Swanage, Dorset, Lieutenant, HMS Firefly, the son of Charles and Mary Ann Willcox, married 10th February 1866 to, Katherine LOWELL, 21+, spinster, born in Messina, Sicily, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Lowell

Edward WILLCOX, aged 18 years, HMS Renown, buried 24th May 1859

George Wickens WILLES, Captain, R.N., died at 4 a.m. on 26th October 1847, Captain of HMS Vanguard, for nearly three years, aged 63 years. He had a distinguished career, especially during the Napoleonic Wars

Adelaide Georgina WILLIAMS, born 21st May 1892, the daughter of Kate Margaret Agnes and James Tullet Williams, Gunner, Royal Navy

Aylmer Herbert Garnons WILLIAMS, aged 36 years, bachelor, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, HMS Camperdown, the son of Garnons Williams, married 17th March 1894, to Edith Latitia WARD, aged 21 years, spinster the daughter of William Curtis Ward

David Henry Dunning WILLIAMS, born 12th August 1868, the son of Emily Amelia and David Williams, Steward, HMS Psyche

George WILLIAMS, aged 35 years, Able Seaman, HMS Dartmouth, buried 5th April 1828

George Henry WILLIAMS, born 17th February 1841, the son of Elizabeth and William Robert Williams, Engineer, HMS Medea

Henry Moore WILLIAMS, Lieutenant, R.N., married 30th April 1818, to Patty Hussey GODDARD, of Marylebone, London

James WILLIAMS, Seaman, HMS Revenge, buried 27th December 1829

James WILLIAMS, HMS St.Vincent, his body was sent to Bighi Naval Hospital for interment, and a post mortem was carried out by Dr. John Liddell 23rd September 1831

James WILLIAMS. 22nd December 1838. From HMS Dido. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

John Benjamin WILLIAMS, aged 8 years, the son of Ann and John Williams, Master of HMS Medea. Buried 2nd January 1842

John WILLIAMS, aged 35 years, HMS Euryalus, buried 27th December 1823

Richard WILLIAMS, died 3rd February 1845, Captain's Coxswain of the sloop, HMS Snake. After a fall from the topmast rigging

Richard WILLIAMS, died 7th December 1858, aged 24 years, fell from aloft on HMS Conqueror at moorings in Grand Harbour

Thomas Gabriel Warden WILLIAMS, born 13th February 1870, the son of Emily Amelia and David Williams, Chief Steward, HMS Psyche

William Robert John WILLIAMS, born 27th September 1839, the son of Elizabeth and William Robert Williams, Chief Engineer, HMS Hermes

Thomas Lawson WILLIAMS, born 14th June 1826, the son of Patty Hussey and Lieutenant Henry More Williams, Royal Navy

William Robert WILLIAMS, 21+, bachelor, from Bristol, Engineer, HMS Volcano, married 14th November 1838, to Elizabeth GARDNER, 21+, spinster, the daughter of Anthony Gardner, Shipwright, HM Docklyard, of Guernsey

M.C.S. WILLIAMSON, HMS Cyclops, died in Bighi Royal Naval Hospital between 1st October and 31st December 1840

Richard WILLINGS, 21+, bachelor, from Shrewsbury, HMS Wasp, married 23rd January 1831, to Jane CHAPMAN, 21+, spinster, from Plymouth

George Clarke WILSON, 21+, bachelor, born in Gibraltar, Assistant Surgeon, HMS Hibernia, the son of Andrew and Jane Wilson, married 25th March 1859 to, Eliza KEELING, 21+, spinster, born in Gibraltar, the daughter of Robert and Mary Keeling

James WILSON, aged 58 years, Carpenter, HMS Albion, buried 30th September 1827

Robert WILSON, HMS Cambrian, buried 3rd October 1823

William WILSON, Able Seaman, HMS Caledonia, buried 4th June 1837

Edward WILTON, Smith, HMS Topaze, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

George WINDHAM, aged 22 years, Lieutenant, HMS Raleigh, buried 3rd October 1826

Henry WOLFE, Sailmaker, HMS Prevoyante, working in HM Dockyard, January 1809

Thomas WOOD, Carpenter, HMS Harlaam, working in HM Dockyard, January 1801

Thomas WOOD, aged 21 years, bachelor, from Yorkshire, the son of Thomas and Maria Wood, Ships Corporal, HMS Hibernia, married 23rd October 1876, to Harriet WATKINS, aged 23 years, spinster, of Southampton, the daughter of Joseph and Darkes Watkins

Thomas Goldsmith WOODFIELD, 21+, bachelor, born in Lamshall, Suffolk, Engineer, HMS Medina, the son of Edward and Martha Woodfield, married 12th November 1863, to Charlotte PALMER, spinster, minor, born in Barbados, the daughter of George and Louisa Palmer

Henry C. WOODS MD, Royal Navy, his wife gave birth to a daughter on 15th November 1869, at Bighi Royal Naval Hospital

Henry F. WOODS, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, married 18th April 1870 at the British Embassy Chapel, Pera, to Laura Sarah Madeleine WHITTALL, the daughter of the late Charlton Whittall Jnr. of Bournabat, near Smyrna

William Frederick WOODS, aged 43 years, bachelor, Staff Paymaster, Royal Navy, HMS Scout, the son of William Woods, married 25th March 1888, to Emily Eleanor OAKES, aged 25 years, spinster, the daughter of Thomas Oakes

Jacob WOODMAN, Sailmaker, HMS Warrior, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Henry WOOLEY, died 11th December 1865, aged 21 years, Able Seaman, R.N.

William WOOLEY, 21+, bachelor, born in Devonport, HMS Ceylon, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Wooley, married 26th November 1854 to, Lydia Elizabeth POTTER, 21+, the widow of James Potter, born in Grays, Essex, the daughter of George and Anne ANIS

Dorothy Melita WOOLLCOTT, born 15th February 1895, the daughter of Robert and Harriett Woollcott, Chief Yeoman of Signals, Royal Navy

Harriet Ethel WOOLLCOTT, born 21st November 1891, the daughter of Robert and Harriet Woollcott, Naval Signalman

Harry Leonard WOOLLCOTT, born 27th March 1893, the son of Robert and Harriett Woollcott, Naval Signalman

James WORLEY, 21+, bachelor, of Brighton, the son of Samuel and Agnes Worley, Stoker, HMS Lord Warden, married 18th April 1873, to Mary MICALLEF, minor, with her parents consent, born Malta, the daughter of Luigi and Anne Micallef

Edward WORSLEY, 21+, bachelor, of Rochester, Kent, the son of Henry and Mary Worsley, 2nd Class Petty Officer, HMS Lord Warden, married 16th April 1872, to Anne LANGDON, 21+, widow, born Malta, the daughter of Saverio and Paula ZAMMITT

John WORTH, Ordinary Seaman, HMS Russell, died 20th October 1837

William WOTTON, 21+, bachelor, born St.John, Rotherhithe, Kent, Engineer, Royal Navy, HMS Spiteful, the son of Sarah and William Wotton, married 4th December 1851 to, Melita GREGORY, spinster, minor with guardianís consent, born Malta, the daughter of Sarah and Peter Gregory, resident Malta

John WRIGHT. 4th January 1836. Able Seaman, from HMS Vernon. His body sent from Bighi Naval Hospital for interment

William Warren WRIGHT, died the evening of 8th December 1842, at the Royal Naval Hospital Bighi, Assistant Surgeon of HMS Monarch

Alfred R. WROOT, Clerk, on HMS Cossack, was found Guilty at his Court Martial held in November 1866 on board HMS Hibernia, of embezzling mess-money and making false entries in the gun-room mess account. He was sentenced to be dismissed the service

Cecil Egerton YATES, aged 18 years, the son of J. St.J. Yates, of Chester. Died 13th October 1865, off Palermo, accidentally falling from the Main Top on HMS Resistance, on which he was a Midshipman

Matthew YARWOOD, Ship's Cook, HMS Rodney, died between 1st January and 31st March 1839

John YOUNG, Shipwright, HMS Lucifer, working HM Dockyard, February 1809

Matthew YOUNG, aged 32 years, Seaman, HMS Ganges, buried 12th June 1840

Vincent ZAMMIT, Sail Makerís Mate, HMS Royal Oak, died 2nd July 1867, aged 37 years

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