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May 1, 1893
- February 6, 1899
Bootle, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom

Working at the White Star Engine Works in Bootle, engineer Hesketh spent 5 years here as an apprentice and a further 9 months 5 days as a fitter.

Source: Testimonials and Statement of Service at Shore and at Sea, dated 2nd December 1901. A supporting document to Engineers Certificate of Competency.
Greenwich Maritime Museum.

February 7, 1899
- March 14, 1899
Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom

The Afric made her maiden voyage on 8th February 1899. After her maiden voyage she returned to Harland & Wolff for re-construction. She was a Jubilee Class liner built for the Australian run.

August 3, 1899
- May 31, 1900
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

SS Medic was used as a troop ship during the Boer War. On the return journey of her maiden voyage she transported men and horses from the Australian 1st Victorian Contingent to Cape Town.

Source: The Manchester Guardian November 25th 1899 - The War in South Africa.

August 30, 1911
Southampton, Southampton, England, United Kingdom

The maiden voyage of RMS Olympic commenced 14th June 1911, engineer Hesketh was not on the maiden voyage. He first signs on to the Olympic on 30th August 1911, his previous ship is given as Laurentic.

Crew List, Particulars of Engagement, RMS Olympic. The National Archives.

St Lawrence Church of England