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Baldwin II of Flanders was recorded as "Count of Flanders"

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Title: Admiralty, and Ministry of Defence, Navy Department: Ships' Logs
Publication: Name: The National Archives; Location: Kew, Surrey; Date: 1799-1987;
Author: Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Mari
Archive ADM 53
These logs were books maintained by the Officer of the Watch for every ship of the Royal Navy in commission. They provide a permanent and consecutive daily record of the ships movements and position, recording all wheel and telegraph orders, weathThese logs were books maintained by the Officer of the Watch for every ship of the Royal Navy in commission. They provide a permanent and consecutive daily record of the ships movements and position, recording all wheel and telegraph orders, weathThese logs were books maintained by the Officer of the Watch for every ship of the Royal Navy in commission. They provide a permanent and consecutive daily record of the ships movements and position, recording all wheel and telegraph orders, weather encountered and other events, such as the employment of the ship's company, any deaths on board, disciplinary action (i.e. the reading of punishment warrants), loss or damage to stores and any other items of interest, such as visits by dignitarer encountered and other events, such as the employment of the ship's company, any deaths on board, disciplinary action (i.e. the reading of punishment warrants), loss or damage to stores and any other items of interest, such as visits by dignitarer encountered and other events, such as the employment of the ship's company, any deaths on board, disciplinary action (i.e. the reading of punishment warrants), loss or damage to stores and any other items of interest, such as visits by dignitaries of foreign officers. Logs were not kept by ships under major refit, which account for some gaps in sequence.ies of foreign officers. Logs were not kept by ships under major refit, which account for some gaps in sequence.ies of foreign officers. Logs were not kept by ships under major refit, which account for some gaps in sequence.

Repository

Title: The National Archives
Source for: Albert Lee Overbury HMS Amphitrite; Midshipman then Acting Mate. Served on HMS Amphitrite with a brief interlude for examinations, page: ADM 53/5018, ADM 53/5019, ADM 53/5020 etc.