John Milne AWMM
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- The National Archives (UK).
- New Zealand Defence Force, Base record 1919
- Returning Home: Naval Ratings on leave. Evening Post 18 Sept 1916 p.2.
- Royal Navy ANF ratings Medal Roll WW1
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=1687 Public - Keith - Researcher - 18 October 2019 - Royal Navy ANF ratings Medal Roll WW1
The three pages of the ANF medal roll within ADM 171/133
- ANF Engagement and Service Records 1903-1911
https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P10031518 Public - Keith - Researcher - 19 October 2019 - ANF Engagement and Service Records 1903-1911
AWM266 4/5/1150 - 1150 John Milne Armstrong
- The Dominion, 13 Mar 1913, Papers Past
https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/DOM19130313.2 Public - Keith - Researcher - 13 November 2019 - 13 March 1913
'The High Commissioner's Department
reports that the following New Zealand-
ers are to be drafted to H.M.S. New Zea-
land and borne as supernumeraries for
passage to N.Z., when they will be
discharged for service to H.M. ships on
the Australasian station :- R. J. Green-
ing, Leading Seaman, H.M.S. Victory;
M.F. Clow, Leading Stoker H.M.S. Pem-
broke; J.W. Armstrong, Leading Stoker
H.M.S. Hercules; J.R. Donovan, Able
Seaman, H.M.S. Excellent'
1911 England Census of 02 April 1911, Portsmouth, Hampshire,
Royal Sailors Rest among 691 visitors Public - Keith - Researcher - 31 October 2019 - Class: RG14; Piece: 5590; Registration District Number: 90;
John Armstrong; 23 years; Stoker; Brunnerton, New Zealand
Royal Sailors Rest (a.k.a. "Aggie Weston's") 172 -174 Commercial Road, Portsmouth was opened in 1878. That massive building was destroyed on the night of 10/11 January 1941. The Rests were alcohol-free facilities, providing a safe refuge & genuine alternative to the other less wholesome entertainment & accommodation facilities which were available outside a Dockyard.
|31 October 2019||Keith||London||Researcher||
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