THE ROYAL NAVY
June 1906
Channel Fleet
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Flag Officers

Admiral Sir Arthur K. WIlson, GCVO, KCB, VC - Commander-in-Chief
Vice Admiral The Hon. Sir Assheton G. Curzon-Howe, KCB, CVO, CMG - 2nd-in-Commande
Rear Admiral Robert L. Groome, CVO - Battleship Division
Rear Admiral Alfred L. Winsloe, CVO, CMG - Torpedo & Submarine Flotillas in Commission & Reserve
Rear Admiral George Neville, CVO - 1st Cruiser Squadron
Battleships

ALBEMARLE (flag of Rear Admiral Groome)
- Captain Edward S. Fitzherbert

CAESAR (flag of Vice Admiral Curzon-Howe)
- Captain Sydney R. Fremantle

CANOPUS
- Captain Douglas A. Gamble, MVO

CORNWALLIS
- Captain Charles H. Coke

DUNCAN
- Captain John Casement

EXMOUTH (flag of Admiral Wilson)
- Captain Edward E. Bradford, CVO (also fleet Chief of Staff)

GLORY
- Captain Ernest C. T. Troubridge, MVO

GOLIATH
- Captain Henry C. Kingsford

ILLUSTRIOUS
- Captain Frederick A. Warden

JUPITER
- Captain Herbert A. Warren, MVO

MONTAGU
- Captain Thomas B. S. Adair

OCEAN
- Captain Charles Dundas of Dundas

PRINCE GEORGE
- Captain Robert H. S. Stokes

RUSSELL
- Captain Robert S. Lowery

SWIFTSURE
- Captain Arthur A. C. Galloway

TRIUMPH
- Captain Frederick E. E. Brock

VENGEANCE
- Captain Harry C. Reynolds


ATTACHED CRUISERS

DIDO
- Captain Stuart Nicholson

JUNO
- Captain John de M. Hutchinson, CMG

TOPAZE
- Commander Vivian H. G. Bernard


ATTACHED SHIPS


PATHFINDER (scout)
- Commander Spencer A. Hickley

PATROL (scout)
- Commander Wilfred Henderson

SAPPHIRE (flag of Rear Admiral Winsloe)
- Captain Cecil F. Lambert

SENTINEL
- Commander Edward H. F. Heaton-Ellis

TYNE (Depot Ship for Destroyers)
- Commander Maurice H. H. Nelson




1st CRUISER SQUADRON

ANTRIM
- Captain Edward F. Inglefield

ARGYLL
- Captain Charles E. Anson, MVO

DEVONSHIRE
- Captain Arthur T. Stuart, MVO

GOOD HOPE (flag of Rear Admiral Neville)
- Captain George P. W. Hope

HAMPSHIRE
- Captain Sir Robert Arbuthnot, Bt., MVO

ROXBURGH
- Captain Somerset A. G. Calthorpe

1st DESTROYER FLOTILLA

BOYNE
- Lt. Ernest Parker

CRANE
- Lt. Henry F. D. Jelf

DERWENT
- Lt. George P. England

DOON
- Lt. Edward O. Gladstone

FAWN
- Lt. Herbert M. Denny

FLIRT
- Lt. Bertram O. F. Phibbs

GARRY
- Commander Harry L. D'E. Skipworth

KANGAROO
- Lt. William S. F. Forbes

MYRMIDION
- Lt. Lionel J. G. Anderson

PETEREL
- Lt. Arthur Bromley

RIBBLE
- Lt. Hubert S. Cardale

WAVENEY
- Commander Francis G. St. John
2nd  DESTROYER FLOTILLA

EARNEST
- Lt. Percy W. Pontifex

EXE
- Lt. Valentine E. B. Phillimore, DSO

LIVELY
- Lt. John R. Dodington

NESS
- Lt. Stanley W. Ellis

NITH
- Commander Wilmot S. Nicholson

ORWELL
- Lt. Reginald C. L. Owen

SEAL
- Lt. Basil G. Washington

SPRIGHTLY
- Lt. Frederick H. Hallowes

SWALE
- Lt. Richard F. White

THRASHER
- Lt. Cecil H. Pilcher

URE
- Commander James R. P. Hawksley

WEAR
- Lt. Albert M. H. Phillips
3rd DESTROYER FLOTILLA

ARAB
- Lt. Geoffrey Mackworth

ARUN
- Lt. Spencer R. S. Richards

CHEERFUL
- Lt. Arthur G. Miller

EXPRESS
- Lt. George H. Brown

FOYLE
- Lt. Cyril Asser

GREYHOUND
- Lt. Dennis G. Thyme

ITCHEN
- Lt. John A. Gregory

LIFFEY
- Commander James U. Farrie

MOY
- Lt. David C. H. Dalrymple

OUSE
- Commander John G. deO. Coke

RACEHORSE
- Lt. Frank F. Rose

ROEBUCK
- Lt. Walter L. Allen
Royal Navy 1906 Home
The armoured cruiser HMS Devonshire, part of the Channel Fleet in 1906, photographed prior to World War I. Photo from the US Naval Histroical Center's On-Line Library. As far as I know, it is in the public domain
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