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    Looking for information on John Buck who I believe worked on SS Chagress Official No. 133071 and/or TSS Cavina Official No. 136348 in 1915. Thank you.

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    Default Re: John Buck

    Have you looked at the archives ?

    Search Merchant Navy 1915 crew lists

    https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/...15-crew-lists/

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    Where was he Born and When please! Lowestoft???
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    J Buck; rank/rating, Able Seaman; age, 49; place of birth, Piill; previous ship, Cheyenne.

    https://discovery.nationalarchives.g...ls/r/C14584648

    Reference: BT 400/3939/17A
    Description: Ship: Chagres; Official number: 133071.
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    Default Re: John Buck, Eldesr & Fyffes boats

    Many thanks, Doc, for coming up with John Buck's previous ship, the Cheyenne. Would you know if this was also an Elders & Fyffes boat?

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    Hi Maggi
    Think the Cheyenne was of the Anglo American Corporation she was a Tanker.
    There were two but the first was Sunk.
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