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==Service==
 
==Service==
Arrived at Harwich on 27 October 1919.{{MoS|Wednesday, Oct 29, 1919; pg. 6; Issue 42243}}
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She arrived at Harwich on 27 October 1919,{{MoS|Wednesday, Oct 29, 1919; pg. 6; Issue 42243}} and paid off on 24 October.{{NLDec19|p. 732}}
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By December 1920, she was under the care of an Engineer Sub-Lieutenant,{{NLJan20|p. 732}} and by March was one of many R.N. ships listed to be sold.{{NLMar20|p. 1105}}
  
 
In January, 1921, she was at Harwich, one of forty-one paid off minesweepers there.{{NLJan21|p. 707''a''}}
 
In January, 1921, she was at Harwich, one of forty-one paid off minesweepers there.{{NLJan21|p. 707''a''}}
  
 
==Captains==
 
==Captains==
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The ship appears to have only ever had a single captain during over four years' service.
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<div name=fredbot:officeCapt otitle="Captain of H.M.S. ''Belvoir''" nat="UK">
{{Tenure|rank={{LiCRNR}}|name=Robert Bonar Roberts|nick=Robert B. Roberts|appt=April, 1917{{NLJun19|p. 739}}}}
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{{Tenure|rank={{LiCRNR}}|name=Robert Bonar Roberts|nick=Robert B. Roberts|appt=April, 1917{{NLNov19|p. 739}}|end=24 October, 1919|succBy=Vessel Sold|precBy=New Command}}
 
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Latest revision as of 08:16, 29 July 2020

H.M.S. Belvoir (1917)
Admiralty Pendant Number: 483[1]
Pendant Number: T.C0 (Jun 1918)[2]
Builder: Ailsa Shipbuilding Company[3]
Ordered: mid 1916[4]
Launched: 8 Mar, 1917[5]
Commissioned: 1917[6]
Sold: 1922[7]
H.M.S. Belvoir was one of one hundred and fourteen Hunt Class minesweepers completed for the Royal Navy.

Service

She arrived at Harwich on 27 October 1919,[8] and paid off on 24 October.[9]

By December 1920, she was under the care of an Engineer Sub-Lieutenant,[10] and by March was one of many R.N. ships listed to be sold.[11]

In January, 1921, she was at Harwich, one of forty-one paid off minesweepers there.[12]

Captains

The ship appears to have only ever had a single captain during over four years' service.

See Also

Footnotes

  1. Dittmar; Colledge. British Warships 1914–1919. p. 112.
  2. Dittmar; Colledge. British Warships 1914–1919. "C" denotes Code pendant here. p. 112.
  3. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1906–1921. p. 98.
  4. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1906–1921. p. 98.
  5. Dittmar; Colledge. British Warships 1914–1919. p. 112.
  6. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1906–1921. p. 98.
  7. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1906–1921. p. 98.
  8. "Movements of Ships." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Oct 29, 1919; pg. 6; Issue 42243.
  9. The Navy List. (December, 1919). p. 732.
  10. The Navy List. (January, 1920). p. 732.
  11. The Navy List. (March, 1920). p. 1105.
  12. The Navy List. (January, 1921). p. 707a.
  13. The Navy List. (November, 1919). p. 739.

Bibliography


Hunt Class Minesweeper
Ailsa Design
Belvoir Bicester Blackmorevale Cotswold Cottesmore
Cattistock Croome Dartmoor Garth Hambledon
Heythrop Holderness Meynell Muskerry Oakley
Pytchley Quorn Southdown Tedworth Zetland
Admiralty Design
Aberdare Abingdon Albury Alresford Beaufort
Collinson Appledore Leamington Badminton Bagshot
Barnstaple Swindon Banchory Bloxham Bradfield
Burslem Goole Blackburn Bootle Caerleon
Camberley Carstairs Caterham Battle Fermoy
Forfar Bury Cheam Gretna Harrow
Havant Huntley Instow Gaddesden Gainsborough
Northolt Clonmel Elgin Sherborne Tiverton
Tonbridge Tralee Tring Truro Uppingham
Verwood Wem Wexford Craigie Derby
Dorking Dundalk Dunoon Fairfield Forres
Cupar Sutton Fareham Faversham Ford
Rugby Irvine Kendal Kinross Lydd
Longford Marlow Mistley Monaghan Mallaig
Malvern Marazion Munlochy Nailsea Newark
Repton Weybourne Pangbourne Penarth Petersfield
Pinner Pontypool Prestatyn Radley Ross
Salford Saltash Saltburn Selkirk Shrewsbury
Sligo Widnes Yeovil Stafford Stoke
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