Product images of Engineer lieutenant William Waters, R.N.
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Engineer lieutenant William Waters, R.N.
An oval photographic miniature of Engineer Lieutenant William Waters, RN. The miniature is a head/shoulders portrait with the sitter looking at the camera in his naval uniform but without his cap. Waters was killed on 1 January 1915 when the pre-Dreadnought battleship HMS Formidable (1898) was sunk by the German submarine U24. He joined the ship on 6 November 1913
Object number: ZBA7501
Date: pre 1915
Dimensions: 518 mm x 368 mm
- Image reference: S3661
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London