British Royal Navy Battleship Cruiser HMS Good Hope, anchoring in an undisclosed naval port, date not given. HMS Good Hope (United Kingdom) – She was sunk on 1 November 1914 off the Chilean coast along with HMS Monmouth in the Battle of Coronel by the German armoured cruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau (Germany) – The entire complement of 900 hands were lost. Note: This page is not meant to be a comprehensive history of HMS GOOD HOPE., but a record of sailors of the ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY who served in her. Good Hope was sunk with all hands, a total of 919 officers and enlisted men. HMS Good Hope Naval / Maritime Art Prints, Paintings and Drawings Naval Art Prints: The Good Hope in Table Bay by Charles Dixon. From the Meade Gibbs postcard series. Sunday, 1 November 1914. Before the outbreak of war she was ordered by the Commander-in-Chief, Portsmouth, to proceed from Portsmouth to Scapa viâ the West Coast of Ireland. BATTLE OF CORONEL. Lost with all hands. Hope this helps... Name John Rowe Rank Ldg Smn Birth 12th November 1887 Birth Place Denmead, Hampshire Branch of Service Royal Navy Cause of death: Killed or died as a direct result of enemy action Official Number Port Division 232049 (Po) Death date 1st November 1914 Ship/Unit HMS GOOD HOPE Location of grave: Not recorded. ABRAMS, Harold J, Able Seaman (RFR B 6813), 233190 (Po)ADAMS, Ernest H A, Leading Seaman, 206926 (Po)ADAMS, George, Stoker 1c (RFR B 2978), 299119 (Po)ADAMS, Roland, Signal Boy, J 23322 (Po) The second HMS Good Hope (1665), of 6 guns, was a flyboat captured from the Dutch in 1665 and sold in 1667. HMS Good Hope was a 14,100-ton Drake-class armoured cruiser, originally planned to be named Africa, but was renamed before she was launched. Approximate Sinking Location, HMS Good Hope Armored Cruiser sunk at Battle of Coronel, 1914. HMS Good Hope was the flagship of Rear Admiral James Craddock. Captain Luce gives orders to turn to starboard and increase speed. A few minutes later HMS Monmouth and HMS Good Hope turn east in support of HMS Glasgow. One edition : £85.00: Text for the above items : The Good Hope in Table Bay by Charles Dixon. She was reduced to reserve in 1913, but was recommissioned in mid-1914. The 'HMS Good Hope', an armoured cruiser of the Royal Navy, circa 1905. If you find our videos helpful you can support us by buying something from amazon. Good Hope was part of the Sixth Cruiser Squadron, nominally in the Second Fleet but part of the Third Fleet for administrative purposes. The flagship is the outermost ship, close to forty miles from HMS Glasgow. The third HMS Good Hope (1901) was a Drake-class armoured cruiser launched in 1901 and sunk in 1914 at the Battle of Coronel. Four of the midshipmen aboard the ship were the first casualties of the newly formed Royal Canadian Navy. At 16:30 the light cruiser’s lookouts sight smoke on the eastern horizon. KADWELL, William, Corporal, RMLI, 13957 (Ch), Aboukir, 22 September 1914, ship lost. Published in 1901 by George Newnes Ltd, this is an original book plate from a large format naval book. HMS Good Hope was one of four Drake-class armoured cruisers built for the Royal Navy around 1900; she was originally named Africa, but was renamed before she was launched.She became flagship of the 1st Cruiser Squadron of the Atlantic Fleet in 1906, and was the flagship of the 2nd Cruiser Squadron in 1908. GOOD HOPE, cruiser, sunk with all hands.