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There should be quite a few ships to find on NHN that visited or passed Norway.
Look at the RN Index page and check the "by FLEETS, STATIONS, CAMPAINS etc" column.
E.g. the Norwegian Convoys during WW1.

http://www.naval-history.net/OWShips-LogBooksWW1.htm

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The Logs and FAQ / Re: Natural Phenomena
« on: June 24, 2017, 02:46:15 pm »
U.S.S. Yorktown - At anchor off Atajutla, Salvador.

10-09-1907 - 4 to 8 P.M.:
The Volcano Isalco in eruption at irregular intervals of about 12 minutes.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_217_1.jpg

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Crew Lists
« on: June 19, 2017, 03:12:55 pm »
During transcribing from 01-08-1907 to 31-08-1907 the following persons have been mentioned:

Rank: Commander
J.H. Glennon (took over command 05-08-1907)
R.T. Mulligan (detached and ordered to report to Chief of Bureau of Navigation in Washington for duty in that Department 05-08-1907)

Rank: Lieutenant
John S. Doddridge

Rank: Ensign
J.S. Woods

Rank: Midshipman
E. Durr
R.L. Irvine
F.D. Pryor

Rank: Assistant Paymaster
M.H. Philbrick

Rank: Master-at-Arms, first class
J.H. Marshall

Rank: Seaman
C.F. Carroll
C.L. Hoyle (term of enlistment expired 28-08-1907)
E.A. Pollard (term of enlistment expired 05-08-1907)
C. Ramsey
E.V. Trucks (term of enlistment expired 25-08-1907)

Rank: Ordinary Seaman
R.E. Allemang
C.C. Asimus
A.L. Clark
G.R. Darby
W.F. Fulkerson
S. Hoak
I. Kirkman
C.H. O'Hara
H.T. Rainey
F.R. Sicklesteel
J.C. Stewart
D.W. Townsend

Rank: Plumber and Fitter
E.C. Paine (transferred to U.S. Naval Hospital at Mare Island, California, via U.S.N.C. Saturn 16-08-1907)

Rank: Machinist's Mate, first class
G.R. Klinger (discharged, left Salvador via S.S. Barracouta, 28-08-1907)
F. Rennisson (used to be rated machinist's mate second class until 26-08-1907)

Rank: Blacksmith
M.H. Harcke (term of enlistment expired 04-07-1907)

Rank: Oiler
M.G. Fisher (term of enlistment expired and did not care to enlist 14-07-1907)

Rank: Firemen, first class
J. Bosquet (used to be rated fireman second class until 26-08-1907)
G.M. Collins (used to be rated fireman second class until 26-08-1907)
B.E. Crandall (used to be rated fireman second class until 27-08-1907)
L.C. Wylie (used to be rated fireman second class until 26-08-1907)

Rank: Firemen, second class
P.F. Strum (used to be rated coal passer until 26-08-1907)
E.E. Williford (used to be rated coal passer until 26-08-1907)

Rank: Coal Passer
P.B. Metz
E.M. Ryland
C.G. Sullivan

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: June 07, 2017, 03:03:42 pm »
05-08-1907 - At anchor off Acajutla, Salvador.

8 A.M. to Meridian:
All hands were then called aft and Comd'r. R.T. Mulligan read his orders detaching him from the command of this ship and ordering him to report to Chief of Bureau of Navigation in Washington for duty in that Department.
He then at 10.58 turned over the command of the ship to Comd'r. J.H. Glennon, who then read his orders relieving him from duty in the Bureau of Ordnance + ordering him to take command of this vessel.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_144_1.jpg

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Crew Lists
« on: June 05, 2017, 02:50:17 pm »
During transcribing from 01-07-1907 to 31-07-1907 the following persons have been mentioned:

Rank: Commander
R.T. Mulligan

Rank: Lieutenant-Commander
G.R. Slocum

Rank: Midshipman
R.L. Irvine

Rank: Boatswain's Mate, second class
R.A. Hornaday (used to be rated quartermaster third class until 31-07-1907)

Rank: Coxswain
A.E. Redding (used to be rated seaman until 01-07-1907)
J. Yates (used to be rated seaman until 01-07-1907)

Rank: Gunner's Mate, first class
O. Dwyer

Rank: Gunner's Mate, second class
J.E. Alexander (used to be rated gunner's mate third class until 29-07-1907)
G.B. Evans

Rank: Seaman
Lem. Brown (used to be rated ordinary seaman until 03-07-1907)
P. Brownlee (used to be rated ordinary seaman until 03-07-1907)
W.W. De Wolf
L. Goldborough (used to be rated ordinary seaman until 03-07-1907)
R.G. Kenney (used to be rated ordinary seaman until 03-07-1907)
P.M. Little
R. McFadden (used to be rated ordinary seaman until 08-07-1907)
E.A. Pollard (used to be rated ordinary seaman until 03-07-1907)

Rank: Ordinary Seaman
R.E. Allemang
G.B. Gibson
I. Kirkman
C.H. O'Hara
G.W. Scott
J.C. Stewart

Rank: Electrician, third class
F.T. Matthews (used to be rated seaman until 01-07-1907)

Rank: Painter, first class
E.W. Owen (term of enlistment expired 01-07-1907)

Rank: Oiler
M.G. Fisher (used to be rated fireman first class until 30-07-1907)
J. Todd (used to be rated fireman first class until 30-07-1907)
B. Toenneman (used to be rated fireman first class until 30-07-1907)

Rank: Firemen, first class
A.P. Lyness (term of enlistment expired 01-07-1907)
J. Todd

Rank: Firemen, second class
L.H. Christie
F.M. Davis (used to be rated coal passer until 29-07-1907)
H.E. Johnson (detached and ordered to New York City for duty on board U.S.S. Hancock 28-07-1907)
L.J. Stehsel (used to be rated coal passer until 30-07-1907)
E. Wilson (used to be rated coal passer until 30-07-1907)

Rank: Coal Passer
G.S. Austin
T.E. Emmertson (used to be rated shipwright until 30-07-1907)
E.M. Ryland (used to be rated yeoman third class until 18-07-1907)

Rank: Yeoman, second class
J.S. Clarke (used to be rated yeoman third class until 03-07-1907)

Rank: Yeoman, third class
W. Cook

Rank: Ship's Cook, fourth class
J.F. Eckardt (used to be rated ordinary seaman until 29-07-1907)

Rank: Mess Attendant, first class
G. Watanaba (used to be rated mess attendant second class until 29-07-1907)

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: May 27, 2017, 02:56:41 pm »
07-07-1907 - At anchor off Acajutla, Salvador.

Commences and until 4 A.M.:
At 1.15 the alcohol chest on the stb'd side of the Quarter deck was found to have been bored into.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_087_1.jpg

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Crew Lists
« on: May 22, 2017, 03:21:17 pm »
During transcribing from 01-06-1907 to 30-06-1907 the following persons have been mentioned:

Rank: Commander
J.H. Glennon
R.T. Mulligan

Rank: Lieutenant-Commander
E.R. Pollock
G.R. Slocum

Rank: Lieutenant
J.S. Doddridge

Rank: Ensign
J.H. Blackburn (detached and ordered home 19-06-1907)
S.P. Hooper
T.C. Johnson jr.
J.S. Woods

Rank: Midshipman
E. Durr
R.L. Irvine
F.D. Pryor

Rank: Assistant Paymaster
E.G. Morsell
M.H. Philbrick

Rank: Pay Clerk
S.B. Vaughn

Rank: P.A. Surgeon
C.N. Fiske

Rank: Coxswain
R.H. Duling
S.H. Nicholson

Rank: Gunner's Mate, second class
G.B. Evans (used to be rated gunner's mate third class until 25-06-1907)

Rank: Gunner's Mate, third class
F. Jordan (used to be rated seaman until 08-06-1907)
H. Kanger

Rank: Quartermaster, second class
R.A. Hornaday (used to be rated quartermaster third class until 08-06-1907)

Rank: Quartermaster, third class
M.B. Boscovich (used to be rated seaman until 08-06-1907)

Rank: Seaman
W.W. De Wolf
C.L. Hoyle
J.V. Le Brell
P.M. Little
W.J. Morris
B. Putsche

Rank: Ordinary Seaman
R.E. Allemang
C.C. Asimus
P. Brownlee
J.S.W. Carr
C.J. Casserie
A.L. Clark
B.F. Diehl
J.F. Eckardt
W.R. Evans
S. Hosk
I. Kirkman
P.T. Knudson
U.E. Mikko
C.H. O'Hara (declared deserter 10-06-1907, brought back on board 19-06-1907, disrated from baker second class 25-06-1907)
E.A. Pollard
G.N. Ragan
H.T. Rainey
J.W. Remington
G.W. Scott
F.R. Sicklesteel
J.C. Stewart (declared deserter 10-06-1907, brought back on board 19-06-1907)

Rank: Electrician, first class
J. Griffin
C.H. Hope (used to be rated electrician second class until 08-06-1907)

Rank: Shipfitter, first class
M.S. Davis (used to be rated shipfitter second class until 11-06-1907)

Rank: Plumber and Fitter
E.C. Paine

Rank: Painter, first class
E.W. Owen (used to be rated painter second class until 11-06-1907)

Rank: Water Tender
J. Doyle

Rank: Blacksmith
M.H. Harcke

Rank: Oiler
F.A. Hopkins
D.E. Martin (used to be rated fireman first class until 11-06-1907)

Rank: Firemen, first class
H.C. Martin (used to be rated fireman second class until 11-06-1907)

Rank: Firemen, second class
J. Bosquet
O.R. Clark
H.E. Johnson
R.O. Murdock (used to be rated coal passer until 11-06-1907)

Rank: Coal Passer
G.S. Austin
L.J. Stehsel
P.F. Strum

Rank: Chief Yeoman
C.O. Davies (term of enlistment expired 25-06-1907)

Rank: Yeoman, third class
J.S. Clarke
E.M. Ryland

Rank: Ship's Cook, second class
R.J. Brinley (used to be rated ship's cook third class until 25-06-1907)

Rank: Ship's Cook, third class
T.A. Banigan (used to be rated ship's cook fourth class until 25-06-1907)

Rank: Baker, second class
J.C. Fitzgerald (used to be rated ship's cook fourth class until 25-06-1907)

Rank: Mess Attendant, third class
T. Tanagaya (term of enlistment expired 26-06-1907)

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19-06-1907 - At anchor off Acajutla, Salvador

Meridian to 4 P.M.:
O'Hara, C.H., (Bkr. 2c), + Stewart, J.C. (O.S.) were brought on board from the steamer Newport by Midshipman Durr, the boarding officer.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_045_1.jpg

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: May 17, 2017, 08:07:09 am »
19-06-1907 - At anchor off Acajutla, Salvador

Meridian to 4 P.M.:
O'Hara, C.H., (Bkr. 2c), + Stewart, J.C. (O.S.) were brought on board from the steamer Newport by Midshipman Durr, the boarding officer.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_045_1.jpg

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U.S.S. Yorktown - At anchor off La Union, Salvador.

10-06-1907 - 4 to 8 A.M.:
By order of the Commanding officer, C.H. O'Hara, (Bkr. 2c) + J.C. Stewart, (O.S.) were declared deserters from this ship + from the Naval Service, they having left the ship without authority at about 10:50 pm, June 9, 1907.

8 A.M. to Meridian:
A notice of a reward of $20.00 each was sent to the police authority of La Union for the return of J.C. Stewart, O.S. and G.H. O'Hara, Bkr. 2c who deserted June 9.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_026_1.jpg

11-06-1907 - 8 A.M. to Meridian:
A notice of a reward of $10.00 was sent to the police authorites of La Union for the return of C.J. Casserie, (O.S.) who was overleave. At 10.30, C.J. Casserie, (O.S.) returned from liberty 16 hours overtime.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_029_1.jpg

The next day Yorktown sailed for Acajutla, Salvador.

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Discussion: Questions and Comments
« on: May 14, 2017, 08:59:49 am »
The things you do when you haven't been allowed liberty for a long while. :)

At anchor off La Union, Salvador.

09-06-1907 - 8 P.M. to Midnight.
At about 10.55, four men were discovered in the water attempting to leave the ship.
The 2nd cutter was lowered and recovered J.S.W. Carr, (.S.) and F.R. Sicklesteel, (O.S.).
All hands were mustered and C.H. O'Hara (Bkr. 2c), and J.C. Stewart, (O.S.), were found missing with life preservers.
Search was continued for them without avail until 12.10.
By order of the Commanding Officer J.S.W. Carr, (O.S.) and F.R. Sicklesteel, (O.S.) were confined in double irons to await further action.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_023_1.jpg

10-06-1907 - 4 to 8 A.M.:
By order of the Commanding officer, C.H. O'Hara, (Bkr. 2c) + J.C. Stewart, (O.S.) were declared deserters from this ship + from the Naval Service, they having left the ship without authority at about 10:50 pm, June 9, 1907.

8 A.M. to Meridian:
A notice of a reward of $20.00 each was sent to the police authority of La Union for the return of J.C. Stewart, O.S. and G.H. O'Hara, Bkr. 2c who deserted June 9.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_026_1.jpg

11-06-1907 - 8 A.M. to Meridian:
A notice of a reward of $10.00 was sent to the police authorites of La Union for the return of C.J. Casserie, (O.S.) who was overleave. At 10.30, C.J. Casserie, (O.S.) returned from liberty 16 hours overtime.

http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_029_1.jpg

The next day Yorktown sailed for Acajutla, Salvador.

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I'd wait a while longer.
Every time an upload or download fails the back-off period will be extended.
It's by design, to prevent servers clogging up with requests after an outage.

If it still fails, the CPDN forum is where the knowledgable people are. :)

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The Dockyard / Re: Yorktown -- Crew Lists
« on: May 09, 2017, 08:22:34 am »
From the log-book starting 01-06-1907.

List of Officers:
http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_003_0.jpg

List of Officers who have died, been detached, or transferred:
http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_003_1.jpg

Complement of Petty Officers, Seamen, Ordinary Seamen, Landsmen, Boys, and Marines:
http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol029of040/vol029of040_004_0.jpg

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