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Result number (Introduction) - Please quote Reference: DE0192_Chatham_Chest_certificates_1802_and_1805/DE192_0_Intro on request slip.

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DE192

Certificates for relief from the Chatham Chest 1802 and 1805

Transferred from Rochester Library 9 November 1992

Listed by Medway Area Archivist (Archivist to Rochester upon Medway City Council) 9 November 1992.

Edited for CityArk Phase II by Borough Archivist, Medway Council July 2000.

File updated by Borough Archivist 1 October 2005


Date: N/A
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Records in category / Unofficial_or_Privately_Originated_Collections/ DE0192_Chatham_Chest_certificates_1802_and_1805/

Number of records found: 2


Result number 1 - Please quote Reference: DE0192_Chatham_Chest_certificates_1802_and_1805/DE192_1 on request slip.

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Certificate for relief of Robert Watmore [cf. Whatmore], Ordinary Seaman, aged about 43, wounded on HMS Dreadnought on 1 May 1802 in assisting to clear Hanse. Annotated cannot write and with payment details.

File updated by Borough Archivist 1 October 2005


Date: 22 June 1802
Quantity: 1 membrane
Result number 2 - Please quote Reference: DE0192_Chatham_Chest_certificates_1802_and_1805/DE192_2 on request slip.

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Certificate or smart ticket for the relief Andrew Forbes of HMS Conqueror, injured at the Battle Of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805, endorsed by the Royal Navy and directed for payment to the Governors of Chatham Chest, a charitable organisation whose secure chest was named after the dockyard town in whose parish church porch it had for long been kept. Forbes' leg was amputated on the same day as the action.

File updated by Borough Archivist 5 October 2005


Date: 18 January 1806
Quantity: 1 membrane
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