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Grand Fleet

FEBRUARY 22, 1915


Commander-in-Chief: Admiral Sir John Jellicoe
Chief of Staff: Rear-Admiral C E Madden
Fleet Flagship: Iron Duke – Captain R N Lawson
Attached ships: light cruiser Sappho – Commander G V C Knox; destroyer Oak – Lieut-Comm D Faviell
FIRST BATTLE SQUADRON
Vice-Admiral Sir Cecil Burney
Rear-Admiral H Evan-Thomas
Marlborough (flag of VA) – Captain E P F G Grant
St Vincent (flag of RA) – Captain W W Fisher
Collingwood – Captain J C Ley
Colossus – Captain The Hon E S Fitzherbert
Hercules – Captain H H Bruce
Neptune – Captain T D L Sheppard
Superb (in dockyard hands) – Captain E Hyde Parker
Vanguard – Captain C S Hickley
Light cruiser Bellona – Captain P M R Royds
SECOND BATTLE SQUADRON
Vice Admiral Sir George J S Warrender Bt
Rear-Admiral Arthur C Leveson
King George V (flag of VA) – Captain G H Baird
Orion (flag of RA) – Captain F C Dreyer
Ajax – Captain Sir A J Henniker-Hughan Bt
Centurion (dockyard hands) – Captain M Culme-Seymour
Conqueror (dockyard hands) – Captain H H D Tothill
Monarch – Captain E H Smith
Thunderer – Captain C L Vaughan-Lee
Light cruiser Boadicea – Captain L C S Woolcoombe
THIRD BATTLE SQUADRON
Vice Admiral Edward E Bradford
Rear-Admiral Montague E Browning
King Edward VII (flag of VA) – Captain Crawford Maclachlan
Hibernia (flag of RA) – Captain A Lowndes
Africa – Captain H J O Millar
Britannia (dockyard hands) – Captain H G G Sandeman
Commonwealth – Captain M Woolcombe
Dominion – Captain H L Mawbey
Hindustan – Captain J Nicholas
Zealandia – Captain R M Harbord
Light cruiser Blanche – Captain R Hyde
FOURTH BATTLE SQUADRON
Vice Admiral Sir F C Doveton Sturdee
Rear-Admiral Alexander L Duff
Benbow (flag of VA) – Captain J A Ferguson
Emperor of India (flag of RA) – Captain W C M Nicholson
Agincourt – Captain D R L Nicholson
Bellerophon – Captain E F Bruen
Dreadnought – Captain W J S Alderson
Erin – Captain The Hon V A Stanley
Temeraire – Captain A T Hunt
Light cruiser Blonde – Captain A C Scott
BATTLE CRUISER FLEET
Vice Admiral Commanding: Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty
Fleet Flagship: Lion (in Tyne repairing damage after Dogger Bank action) – Captain A E M Chatfield
FIRST BATTLE CRUISER SQUADRON
Commodore De B Brock
Princess Royal (broad pendant) – Captain W H Cowan
Queen Mary – Captain C I Prowse
Tiger – Captain H B Pelly
Attached – FIRST LIGHT CRUISER SQUADRON
Commodore E S Alexander-Sinclair
Galatea (broad pendant) – Commander F A Marten
Caroline – Captain H Ralph Crooke
Cordelia – Captain A V Vyvyan
Inconstant – Captain B S Thesiger
SECOND BATTLE CRUISER SQUADRON
Vice-Admiral Sir George E Patey
(Relieved by Rear-Admiral W C Pakenham, March 8, 19150
Australia (flag) – Captain S H Radcliffe
Indefatigable – Captain C F Sowerby
New Zealand – Captain L Halsey
Attached – SECOND LIGHT CRUISER SQUADRON
Commodore William E Goodenough
Southampton (broad pendant) – Commander E A Rushton
Birmingham – Captain A A M Duff
Lowestoft – Captain T W B Kennedy
Nottingham – Captain C B Miller
THIRD BATTLE CRUISER SQUADRON
Indomitable (in dockyard hands) – Captain F W Kennedy
Inflexible (at Dardanelles To join later) – Captain R F Phillimore
Invincible (to be flagship) – Captain A L Cay
Attached – THIRD LIGHT CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Trevelyan D W Napier
Falmouth (flag) – Captain J D Edwards
Gloucester – Captain W A H Kelly
Liverpool – Captain E Reeves
Yarmouth – Captain T D Pratt
FIRST CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Sir Robert K Arbuthnot, Bt
Defence (flag) – Captain E La T Leatham
Black Prince – Captain J D Dick
Duke of Edinburgh – Captain H Blackett
Warrior – Captain G H Borrett
SECOND CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral The Hon Somerset A Gough-Calthorp
Shannon (flag) – Captain J S Dumaresq
Achilles – Captain F M Leake
Cochrane – Captain W G E Ruck-Keene
Natal – Captain J F E Green
THIRD CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral William C Pakenham
Antrim (flag) – Captain V B Molteno
Argyll – Captain J C Tancred
Devonshire (in dockyard hands) – Captain E V Underhill
Roxburgh – Captain B M Chambers
SIXTH CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral William L Grant
Drake (flag) – Captain A C H Smith
Cumberland – Captain C P Beaty-Pownall
Leviathan – Captain M R Hill
SEVENTH CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Arthur W Waymouth
Minotaur (flag) – Captain E B Kiddle
Donegal – Captain C D Carpendale
Hampshire – Captain H W Grant
Lancaster (in dockyard hands) – Captain W H D’Oyly
8 armed boarding steamers (attached to Commander-in-Chief)
GRAND FLEET DESTROYER FLOTILLAS
SECOND FLOTILLA
Active (Light Cruiser) – Captain J R P Hawksley (Captain D)
Broke (Flotilla Leader) – Commander C D Roper (2nd in Command)
20 destroyers
FOURTH FLOTILLA
Swift (Flotilla Leader) – Captain C J Wintour (Captain D)
Faulknor (Flotilla Leader) – Commander A J B Stirling (2nd in Command)
20 destroyers
HARWICH DESTROYER FLOTILLAS
Commodore Reginald T Tyrwhitt (Commodore T)
Arethusa (broad pendant) (Light Cruiser) – Commander (ret) E K Arbuthnot
Penelope (Light Cruiser) – Captain H Lynes
FIRST FLOTILLA
Fearless (Light Cruiser) – Captain W F Blunt (Captain D)
Meteor (Destroyer) – Commander A B S Dutton (2nd in Command)
20 destroyers
THIRD FLOTILLA
Undaunted (Light Cruiser) – Captain F G St John (Captain D)
Miranda (Destroyer) – Commander B E Domville (2nd in Command)
30 destroyers
TENTH FLOTILLA
Aurora (Light Cruiser) – Captain W S Nicholson (Captain D)
10 destroyers
HARWICH SUBMARINE FLOTILLA
EIGHTH OVERSEAS FLOTILLA
Commodore Sydney S Hall (Commodore S)
Captain A K Waistell (Captain S)
Firedrake (Destroyer) – Commander A T Tillard
Lurcher (Destroyer) – Commander W Tomkinson
20 submarines
CRUISER FORCE “B”
Tenth Cruiser Squadron (Armed Merchant Cruisers)
Rear-Admiral Dudley R S de Chair
Alsatian (flag) – Captain G Trewby
Ambrose – Commander C W Bruton
Bayano – Commander H C Carr
Calyx – Commander T E Wardle
Caribbean – Commander F H Walter See also
Cedric – Captain R E R Benson See also
Changuinola – Commander H C R Brocklebank
Columbella – Captain H L P Heard [Place: Loch Ewe Lat 62.8, Long -10.0 to Liverpool] See also
Digby – Commander R F H H Mahon See also
Eskimo – Commander C W Trousdale
Hilary – Commander R H Bather
Hildebrand – Captain H Edwards
Mantua – Captain C Tibbits
Motagua – Captain J A Webster
Oropesa – Commander N L Stanley
Orotava – Commander G E Corbett
Otway – Captain E L Booty See also
Patia – Captain G W Vivian See also [At Sea Lat 61.16, Long 1.16 Am: At night defence Zigzagging]
Patuca – Lieut-Comm J H Neild See also [Glasgow Lat 55.86, Long -4.3]
Teutonic – Captain G C Ross See also
Virginian – Captain H N Garnett See also
CHANNEL FLEET
FIFTH BATTLE SQUADRON
Vice-Admiral The Hon Sir Alexander E Bethell
Rear-Admiral Cecil F Thursby
Prince of Wales (flag of VA) – Captain R N Bax See also
Queen (flag of RA) – Captain H A Adam See also
Implacable – Captain H C Lookyer
London – Captain J G Armstrong
Venerable – Captain V H G Bernard
Light Cruisers:
Diamond – Commander L L Dundas See also
Topaze – Commander W J B Law See also
SIXTH BATTLE SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Stuart Nicholson
Russell (flag) – Captain W Bowden Smith
Albemarle – Captain A W Craig
Exmouth – Captain H R Veale
Detached on Special Service
Jupiter – Captain D St A Wake
Revenge – Captain C H Hughes-Onslow
WESTERN CHANNEL PATROL
TWELTH CRUISER SQUADRON
Diana (SNO) – Captain G B Hutton
Eclipse – Captain F H Mitchell
Talbot – Captain F Wray
4 armed boarding steamers
IRISH COAST PATROL
ELEVENTH CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear Admiral Henry L Tottenham
Juno (flag) – Captain A K Macrorie
Isis – Captain J T Bush
Sutlej – Captain H M Doughty
Venus – Captain R G D Dewar
4 armed boarding steamers
MID-ATLANTIC
NINTH CRUISER SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Sir Archibald G H W Moore
Europa (flag) – Captain H G C Somerville
Amphitrite – Captain H Grant-Dalton
Argonaut – Captain R A Nugent
Calgarian – Captain T W Kemp
Carmania – Captain N Grant
Edinburgh Castle – Captain W R Napier
Ophir (In dockyard hands) – Commander J M D E Warren See also
Victorian – Captain H B T Somerville
CRUISER FORCE “D”
Highflyer (SNO) – Captain H T Buller
Empress of Britain – Commander G B W Young See also
Marmora – Captain R W Glennie
NORTH AMERICA AND WEST INDIES SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Robert S Phipps-Hornby
Glory (flag) – Captain C F Corbett
Berwick – Captain L Clinton-Baker
Caronia – Captain F S Litchfield See also
Essex – Captain H D R Watson
Melbourne – Captain M L'E Silver
Niobe – Captain R G Corbett
Suffolk (In dockyard hands) – Captain B J D Yelverton
Sydney – Captain J C T Glossop
SOUTH-EAST COAST OF AMERICA SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Archibald P Stoddart
Carnarvon (flag) – Captain H L D’E Skipwith
Bristol – Captain B H Fanshawe
Celtic – Captain O M’D English
Glasgow – Captain J Luce
Kent – Captain J D Allen
Macedonia – Captain B S Evans See also
Orama – Captain J R Segrave
Otranto – Captain H M Edwards See also
Vindictive – Captain C R Payne
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE SQUADRON
Rear-Admiral Herbert G King-Hall
Goliath (flag) (In dockyard hands) – Captain T L Shelford
Armadale Castle – Captain O F Gillett
Astraea – Captain A C Sykes
Laconia – Captain C S Wills
WEST COAST OF AFRICA
Challenger – Captain C T M Fuller
Dwarf – Commander F E K Strong
Laurentic – Captain V G Gurner
EAST COAST OF AFRICA
Weymouth (SNO) – Captain W D Church
Hyacinth – Captain D M Anderson
Kilfauns Castle - Captain D B Crampton
22 February 1915 At Niororo Island Lat -7.6, Long 39.7 [Anchored, North end of Niororo Island N83E, 750 yards]
Pioneer – Lieut-Commr (RAN ) T W Biddlecombe
Pyramus – Commander Viscount Kilburn
4 armed whalers
PACIFIC
Newcastle (SNO) – Captain F A Powlett
Rainbow – Commander W Hose
Shearwater – Lieut -Commr A St V Keyes
CHINA
Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas H Jerram
(Flag flown on shore at Singapore )
Cadmus – Commander H D Marryat
Rosario – Lieut-Commr F A N Cromie
4 destroyers
AUSTRALIA
Encounter – Captain C La P Lewin
8 destroyers, 2 armed vessels
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