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PostSubject: Charles Bliss Parke Hume, Lieutenant, R.N.   Tue May 14, 2013 7:55 pm

Was he, or wasn’t he, in the Zulu War?

Lieutenant Charles Bliss Parke Hume was assigned to HMS Tenedos on 13 November, 1878. (He probably joined the ship at Simon’s Bay about a month later.)

He is on the Navy List for 20th December, 1878 as a Lieutenant on HMS Tenedos at the Cape of Good Hope and West Coast of Africa Station. He is also on the Navy Lists for 20th March, 1879 and 20 December, 1879.

In the “War and Meritorious Service” section of the Navy List for January, 1881 he is listed as “Hume, C. B. P., Lieutenant of ‘Tenedos’ during the Zulu War of 1879.” In the Navy List for 1883 and 1884 he is again listed, but with the addition of “Zulu Medal.”

The first page on the Medal Roll (the one on CD) for HMS Tenedos is missing. (This is the page that contained the names of most of the ship’s officers.) A later copy of the Medal Roll, which shows when the medals were delivered, omits his name.

Even though he is not on the Medal Roll, it appears that he is entitled to the South Africa Medal, without clasp.

Is he listed on the Forsyth Roll?


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PostSubject: Re: Charles Bliss Parke Hume, Lieutenant, R.N.   Tue May 14, 2013 8:33 pm

"Surname: Hume, First Names : Charles Bliss Park

Date promoted :
Lieutenant: 30/01/1877
Midshipman: 30/01/1868

Date of Navy List - Appointment and date:
June 1870 : 296 - Lord Warden 15 May 70
June 1879 : 486 - Tenedos 13 Nov 78 addl
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PostSubject: Re: Charles Bliss Parke Hume, Lieutenant, R.N.   Tue May 14, 2013 8:59 pm

Admiralty,.31st. January, J877.
The following promotions have been made :Sub-Lieutenants :

Charles Spencer Elton,
Henry Comptou Anderson Baynes,
Thomas Charles St. Andrew St. John,
Robert Copland Sparkes,
James Henry Thomas Burke,
Henry Pearson,
Fredeiick Gilbert Charles Langdon,
Charles Bliss Parke Hume,
Douglas Hamond-Graeme,
Henry John Jeffreys,
William Blake Fisher,
Edward Percy Ashe,
Henry Brooke Anson,
Angus "William Sholto Douglas,
Clement William Swetenham,
James Cuddy,
Francis Pringle Taylor,
Ernest Duncombe,
Charles Valentine Smith,
Charles Gauntlett Dicken,
Frederick Samuel Inglefield.


to be Lieutenants in Her Majesty's Fleet, with seniority of 30th January, 1877.
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PostSubject: Re: Charles Bliss Parke Hume, Lieutenant, R.N.   Tue May 14, 2013 9:14 pm

Hi POT
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Is he listed on the Forsyth Roll?

No he is not listed.
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PostSubject: Charles Bliss Parke Hume , Lt R.N.   Wed May 15, 2013 12:06 am

He isnt in Mack & Shadbolt either .
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PostSubject: Re: Charles Bliss Parke Hume, Lieutenant, R.N.   Wed May 15, 2013 12:20 am

Perhaps he signed under an "a-Hume " name.
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PostSubject: Charles Bliss Parke Hume    Wed May 15, 2013 12:27 am

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