The photograph below shows a ‘Group of Teetotal Seamen, Fishermen & Boatmen of Brighton & its Vicinity, Members of the Philanthropic Society’.
The inscription reads: ‘Presenting to Mr Nathaniel King, (Missionary engaged by the Society for Promoting Missions to Seamen at home & abroad) A Gold Pen and Pencil Case, Engraved on it as having been much benefited through his ministry during the last five years – 1864’.
The names are printed on the photo in order but, to make it easier to find a particular person, I list the names here in surname alphabetical order:
Edward Akehurst, Jacob Akehurst, Samuel Akehurst, John Allen,
Thomas Bassett, Henry Bray, Francis Bushby,
George Campbell, William Campbell, Robert Carden, Edward Collyer,
George Gillam, Richard Gillam, John Grinyer, Cornelius Gunn, George Gunn, John Gunn, Nathaniel Gunn, Thomas Gunn,
Parker Harman, William Humphrey,
John Laycock, Thomas Laycock, Joseph Leach,
Davis Marchant, William Markwick, Richard Measor, Henry Miles, William Moor,
Charles Patching, William Pentecost, George Priest,
James Rolf, Joseph Rolf,
George Shrivell, Thomas Shrivell,
James Taylor, John Taylor, William Taylor,
Joseph Webb, Henry Wells, Robert Whiley.