Indexing has now started for Un-registered
ships Between 1861 and 1913.
|A Guide to selecting Data ~ Crew Members|
mariners by using their Forename, Surname or Shipsname or a combination of all
three. However the names have been interpreted
database will initially display a table of up to 25 entries, and will include
Forename(s), Surname, Rank/Certificate No; Year of Birth, |
Place of Birth and Shipsname (6 fields of data in all ) commencing with the letter(s) selected, or from the letters or name entered
the bottom of each group of 25 entries it will indicate how many entries there
are in the selection. e..g. 25 out 78.You can alter the |
number of entries to be displayed in the box on the right. The word "Next". Click on this word "Next" to display the next 25 or the number
per page you requested, within the letter(s) or name chosen. This and subsequent pages also show the word "Previous" and "Next" Keep browsing forwards or backwards through all the entries clicking on "Previous" or "Next". The last entry for the mariner with the same name displays only the word "Previous".
To display the full
details of the mariner's engagement in a separate window, click on either the
forename of surname. This will display a new
|A Guide to selecting Data ~ Ship's Registry, Ship Owners and Ship's Voyages|
Select ship's name from the right hand side of the table. The
list is made up from ships contained in the main database assigned to the Mariner.
this new window, two icons will be displayed below the registry (1) "Open
- Voyage records from agreements and log books"
|3||At the end of the voyage or shipowners window one can return to the registry, from which one can return to the main database once more.|