From the office of Aeronautical Shipping, ABoC
Being a Catalog of the Crew Members of the Ironclad Airship, Resolution who have been Directed to the Northern Shipping Lanes for the Deployment of Weather Beacons on the Route to the Republic of Lawrencia
BY ORDER OF THE EBENEZER AND THE ABoC
August 12th, 1276
|Captain Otto H. Griswald
Aeronaut Captain, 7th Class.
A known enthusiast for keel hauling within the service until the ban of said disciplines by the Authority board in 1271. An agravatated case of Ruther’s Venereal disease left an already disagreeable disposition in a sorry state. His success though in finding difficult routes through the Goltesh Canyons and the Laurenthial Abyss has made Griswald a valued captain of the service.
|Mr. Jasper Morello
Navigator, 3rd Royal Cartographers, Difference Engine Operator 2nd Class.
Morello’s career was in some doubt after the collision at Weather Station 2C41 in the Lawrencian quarter, and the subsequent loss of a crew member.
Re-instated to the Resolution, after pressure was applied by his wife, Mrs Amelia Morello [surviving daughter of Rear Admiral Balthazar Fortinbras of the Royal Navy] and her society connections. Protest by Captain Griswald has been duly noted.
First Engineer of the Ironclad RES. Found not guilty of rape and debauchery charges,
Prevost Provinces, Oct 1258.
A Lawrencian émigré to Gothia in the fall of 1272, Kovacs first worked in the Gothian docks where his brute strength and abilities distinguished him.
Lower Lawrencia Flatturgle Hurling Champion 1259 & 1261.
|Mr. Emile LeBrun
The ship’s cook. Graduated Cartographers Culinary Arts Program, 15th class. Competent.
|Dr Claude Belgon
Royal Academy Member, Electrical Aerologist 12th Class, Doctorate of Cloud Biology. KP, RTS, q-23P.g.k.o.
A renowned biologist from the Academy. Only member of the Resolution crew member not of the service. Highly controversial in relation to his views on the Sickness and his many Altitude experiments on animals and humans. His pedestrian work on the study of Ants have been well documented in the Royal Academy Journal, Insectia Scrinium. Not born to wealth as some of his colleagues at the Academy, Belgon rose thru the ranks of Academia quickly with the accidental poisoning of the Magister of Insectia Studies at the Academy.
Declared bankrupt January 1275.