THE ROYAL NAVY JUNE 1906

Ships Under the Orders of the Admiral
Commanding Coast Guard & Reserves
FLAG OFFICERS

Vice-Admiral Reginald F. H. Henderson, CB - Commanding, Coast Guard & Reserves
Rear Admiral George F. King-Hall - Senior Officer, Coast of Ireland
Coast Guard & Reserves Service

HALCYON - torpedo gunboat
- Commander Anthony F. Gurney

LEDA - torpedo gunboat
- Lieutenant John B. Hancock

RINGDOVE - gunboat (Coast of Scotland)
- Lieutenant Walter C. Chaytor

SKIPJACK - gunboat
- Lieutenant Robert F. W. Travers




Coast Guard Steam Cruisers

ARGUS
- Chief Officer William T. Hicks

COLLEEN
- Chief Officer William Lewis

FANNY
- Chief Officer Walter B. Hunkin

JULIA
- Chief Officer James Brookins

SQUIRREL
- Chief Officer Charles Coleman

THRUSH
- Chief Officer Forest Atkins



Non-Seagoing Drill Ships

CLYDE - Aberdeen
- Commander Archibald B. Purvis

DAESALUS - Bristol
- Lieutenant Basil C. Barber

EAGLE - Liverpool
- Commander Lionel H. St. C. Coxon

PRESIDENT - London(?)
- Commander Reginald A. Cave-Browne-Cave


Miscellaneous


EMERALD - training ship for Boys, Queenstown (Flag of RADM King-Hall)


Coast Guard District Commanders

WESTERN
- Captain Edward P. Ashe, MVO

SOUTH OF IRELAND
- Captain Peyton Hoskyns, CMG, MVO

NORTH OF IRELAND
- Captain Frederick St. G. Rich

SCOTTISH
- Captain Charles H. Robertson, CMG, MVO

EASTERN
- Captain Henry P. Routh, MVO

SOUTHERN
- Captain Charles H. Winnington-Ingram
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