HMS Thunderer at the Battle of Jutland

HMS Thunderer at the Battle of Jutland

HMS Thunderer was an Orion-class Battleship in the 2nd Battle Squadron under Vice Admiral Jerram. During the battle, she engaged the High Seas Fleet briefly, firing only 37 rounds of 13.5" shells. She incurred no damage or casualties. This community aims to include all those who served in Thunderer at Jutland. To share, or request, information, please email: gerrycostellofww[at]

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  • Born 1890

    British Army Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps

    Royal Navy Surgeon HMS THUNDERER

  • Born 1893

    Royal Navy Naval Instructor HMS THUNDERER

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    Died 1979

    Royal Navy Assistant Paymaster Royal Naval Reserve - HMS THUNDERER

  • Born 1895

    Royal Navy K18464

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    Royal Navy K18445

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    Royal Navy K19197 Leading Stoker HMS Thunderer

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    Royal Navy L5091

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    Royal Navy L7382

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    Royal Navy L6544

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    Royal Navy M19625

  • Born 1884

    Royal Navy 347195

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    Died 1949

    Royal Navy Staff Surgeon HMS MINERVA

    Royal Navy Fleet Surgeon HMS THUNDERER

    Royal Navy RFA Maine

  • Born 1895

    Royal Navy 16776 Royal Marine Light Infantry: Portsmouth Division

    Royal Navy PO/16776 HMS THUNDERER

    Royal Navy PO/16776 Private 4th Royal Marine Battalion

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    Born 1893

    Died 1919

    Royal Navy K12449 Stoker 2nd Class HMS Vivid II

    Royal Navy K12449 Stoker 1st Class HMS Thunderer

    Royal Navy K12449 Leading Stoker L55

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    Died 1963

    Royal Navy 178370 Petty Officer (NS) HMS Thunderer

  • Born 1893

    Royal Navy SS113264 Stoker 1st Class HMS THUNDERER

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    Royal Navy K23364 Stoker 1st Class HMS THUNDERER

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    Royal Navy 193926 Able Seaman HMS THUNDERER

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    Royal Navy K13823 Leading Stoker HMS THUNDERER

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    Royal Navy 341290 Plumber HMS THUNDERER