Dating a merchant seaman
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First Register of Merchant Seamen Service: Series I, 1835-1836 arranged in five volumes alphabetically in BT 120.
First Register of Merchant Seamen Service: Series II, 1835-1844 in BT 112 with an alphabetical name index in BT 119.
We might have to ask how you'd like it if the shoe were on the other foot.
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From that initial system of extracting personal information from crew agreements and lists, the seamen’s registration system evolved well into the twentieth century, eventually making it a requirement that each merchant seafarer be issued with a unique number which would be retained during his/her time of service.
This evolving process of registration produced the Five Registers of Merchant Seaman’s Service which can be broken down into specific dates as follows: Unfortunately, there was no systematic registration of seamen prior to 1835.
I could handle a week or so at a time, or a night or two out of each week as long as he was attentive when he was home. I'm sure the other side of the bed will get cold and lonely, on both accounts. Personally, I think I'd almost prefer that set-up...that's just me.
Sometimes when a people are away from each other, there's an adjustment period where you have to get used to each other being around again. In the Navy, that doesn't happen, they get home when they get home, and the people marry eachother, knowing this. A friend of mine is in a relationship with a guy who is a merchant marine...he's gone three months and then comes home. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.