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Photos connected with Frederick Lewis Dibblee

These were among the family papers of Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior.


Ships: HMS Triumph
HMS Prince George
HMS Marlborough
Frederick: in uniform
on his motorbike
Other people: David, John and Margaret Dibblee when young
David, John and Margaret Dibblee when older
Violet Dibblee
David and Doris
Bill and Margaret
Houses: Southsea
Sherborne
Other: Desk



Ships

HMS Triumph at Queenstown

Written on the back of the photo: Queenstown Harbour showing H.M.S. "Triumph" Haulbowline Hospital & dockyard & Spike Island (formerly convict prison)". Queenstown is now called Cobh, County Cork, Eire. Frederick Dibblee served on HMS Triumph in 1892.

Queenstown Harbour

Not identified, but it looks like the same ship.


HMS Prince George

Frederick Dibblee served on HMS Prince George, battleship, from June 1901 to June 1902, Channel squadron.


HMS Marlborough

On Frederick Dibblee's service record, it says that he served on HMS Marlborough, battleship, from Feb 1914 to Feb 1917, and that he was at the Battle of Jutland 31 May 1916.




Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior

Frederick in uniform

Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior in uniform Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior in uniform Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior in uniform
Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior in uniform
Taken in Malta

Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior in uniform Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior in uniform

The braiding on Frederick Dibblee's left shoulder is an Aiguillette.

April 1910 - Wearing of Aiguillette by Officers, RM., Afloat.
The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty have been pleased to prrove of an amendment to the Dress Regulations for Officers, R.M., vide paragraph 5 on page 848 of the Quarterly Navy List for April 1910, viz.:-
"5. Officers, Royal Marines, on the Staff of Flag Officers and of Commodores will wear an Aiguillette (Army pattern) on the same occasions as laid down for Naval Officers (page 832), except in Mess Dress."
In view of this approval, all Officers affected will wear the Aiguillette with the Tunic, Frock Coat and Blue Serge Frock on all occasions as specified above.

Frederick in uniform

Frederick Lewis Dibblee junior on his motor bike

Frederick on his motor bike




Other people

David, John and Margaret Dibblee

Frederick's children: David, John and Margaret Dibblee, when children.

David, Margaret and John Dibblee

Frederick's children: David, Margaret and John Dibblee, when older.

Violet Dibblee

Violet, Frederick Dibblee's wife

David and Doris Dibblee

David Dibblee with his wife, Doris

Bill and Margaret Wallace

Margaret with her husband William Wallace




Houses

No 28 Bembridge Crescent, Southsea

Written on the back of the photo:
No 28 Bembridge Crescent, Southsea

'Hailey' Sherbourne, Dorset

Written on the back of the photo: 'Hailey' Sherbourne, Dorset




Other

Desk

Desk given as a wedding present.

Desk
Inscription on desk.
N.I.D. is Naval Intelligence Department.
R.M.A. is Royal Marine Artillery.
Frederick Dibblee got married June 30th 1903, see webpage.