James Holland Walker

THIRD OFFICER (1915/6)

Ethnicity British
Born in 1886, at Hull
Marital status  Single  in 1918
Weight 140 / 63 kg
Height 5 ft. 6 / 1,70 m

 

Rank:

Ship:

Tonnage:

Year:

3rd Officer

Britannic (II)

48.200

1915/1916

2nd Officer

Ceramic

18.500

1918

3rd Officer

Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm

17.100

1919

3rd Officer

Arabic

21.100

1921/1922

 

POINTS OF INTEREST

- The Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm was orginally a Norddeutscher Lloyd vessel, but after the war she moved the England as a war reperation. Until 1920 she seems to have been doing trooping duties.

- Officer Walker returned to the Mediterranean on at least 2 occasions on the Arabic in 1921. The ship made a voyage from Genoa to New York.

Crew information researched and compiled by Remco Hillen. No unauthorized usage allowed.

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Sources

Inger Sheil

Mark Chirnside

Mark Baber’s daily ‘White Star Line History’

‘HMHS Britannic, the Last Titan’ – Simon Mills

‘Hostage to Fortune’ – Simon Mills

‘RMS Olympic, Old Reliable’ – Simon Mills

‘William McMaster Murdoch – A Career at sea’ – Susanne Störmer

www.ellisisland.org

www.encyclopedia-titanica.org

www.titanic-titanic.com/white%20star%20line%20ships.shtml

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www.bytenet.net/kaleidoscope/osnc/fleet/baltic2.htm