-H.M.S. Hood Crew Information-
H.M.S. Hood Rolls of Honour
Memorials to Men Lost in the sinking

We will remember them
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In Remembrance of
Albert Martin Stewart

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Date of birth: 2nd July 1895
Place of birth: Pimlico, London, England
Parents: Martin and Daisy Stewart
Previous occupation: Errand Boy
Service: Royal Navy
Rank: Able Seaman
Service Number: P/J 11960
Joined Hood: 8th March 1941 (Able Seaman)
Left Hood: 24th May 1941 (loss of ship) (Able Seaman)
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Biographical Information:

Albert was born on 2nd July 1895 in Pimlico, London to Martin and Daisy Stewart. The family lived in East Sheen, Surrey. He was 45 years old at the time of his loss.

History of ships served in and rate held:

Date FromDate toShipRatingSource
12th January 191125th March 1912OrionBoy 1st ClassADM188/670
12th April 191123rd November 1911ImpregnableBoy 2nd ClassADM188/670
2nd November 191111th January 1911HiberniaBoy 1st ClassADM188/670
24th November 19111st November 1911ImpregnableBoy 1st ClassADM188/670
26th March 191212th April 1912Victory IIBoy 1st ClassADM188/670
13th April 19121st July 1913ZealandiaBoy 1st ClassADM188/670
2nd July 191311th May 1914ZealandiaOrdinary SeamanADM188/670
12th May 191420th September 1917ZealandiaAble SeamanADM188/670
21st September 19177th March 1918ExcellentAble SeamanADM188/670
8th March 191830th June 1918Wallington (Ferret)Able SeamanADM188/670
1st July 191828th February 1919Leander (Ferret)Able SeamanADM188/670
1st March 191931st March 1919Victory X (Ferret)Able SeamanADM188/670
1st April 191928th September 1919Victory IAble SeamanADM188/670
29th September 19196th January 1922MalayaAble SeamanADM188/670
7th January 192221st July 1922ExcellentAble SeamanADM188/670
22nd July 19222nd January 1924Vernon (Winchester)Able SeamanADM188/670
3rd January 192423rd January 1924Columbine (Tiger)Able SeamanADM188/670
24th January 192416th November 1926TigerAble SeamanADM188/670
17th November 19265th October 1927ExcellentAble SeamanADM188/670
4th February 192712th November 1928Vernon (Vanoc)Able SeamanADM188/670
6th October 192717th November 1927Victory IAble SeamanADM188/670
18th November 19273rd February 1927ExcellentAble SeamanADM188/670
13th November 192810th January 1929ConcordAble SeamanADM188/670
11th January 192930th September 1931Tamar II (Somme)Able SeamanADM363/317
1st October 193111th December 1931VindictiveAble SeamanADM363/317
12th December 193125th January 1932Victory IAble SeamanADM363/317
26th January 19328th November 1933ExcellentAble SeamanADM363/317
9th November 193331st December 1934CourageousAble SeamanADM363/317
1st January 19355th August 1935ExcellentAble SeamanADM363/317
6th August 193527th September 1938Shore PensionedAble SeamanADM363/317
28th September 19382nd October 1938Victory I - II (Mobilised)Able SeamanADM363/317
3rd October 19383rd September 1939DemobilisedAble SeamanADM363/317
4th September 193913th September 1939Victory IAble SeamanADM363/317
14th September 193926th December 1940MontclareAble SeamanADM363/317
27th December 19407th March 1941Victory IAble SeamanADM363/317
8th March 194124th May 1941HoodAble SeamanADM363/317

Additional Photographs
None at this time.

Hood Chapel, Church of St. John the Baptist, Boldre, Hampshire, England

Photos of the memorial

Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea, Hampshire, England

Photos of the memorial

The part of the memorial in which the Hood casualty names can be found.
(Panels 45 to 61)

Albert's name is in Column 3 of Panel 49.

Detail of Albert's name.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission
'Register of Deaths of Naval Ratings' (data extracted by Director of Naval Personnel (Disclosure Cell), Navy Command HQ, 2009)