Donald McLeod Mackenzie R.N.
Donald McLeod Mackenzie R.N.

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Donald McLeod Mackenzie R.N.Explanation
Sixth son of Sir George Steuart Mackenzie (1780-1848), 7th Baronet of Coul
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
18 September 1815 Born (Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland)
20 April 1865 Married Dorothea (1830-1901), eldest daughter of Admiral Sir Michael Seymour
25 January 1894 Died (Lewisham, London)
Obituary in the Times newspaper
25 June 1830Entered Navy
23 November 1841Lieutenant
29 August 1854Commander
13 December 1859Captain
1870Retired Captain
31 December 1876Retired Rear-Admiral
23 November 1881Retired Vice-Admiral
Date fromDate toService
18 October 18425 May 1843Lieutenant in Excellent, commanded by Captain Thomas Hastings, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
6 May 184316 November 1847Lieutenant in Castor, commanded by Captain Charles Graham, East Indies
29 June 18488 March 1851Lieutenant in Powerful, commanded by Captain Richard Saunders Dundas, Mediterranean
18 December 18516 February 1854Lieutenant in Excellent, commanded by Captain Henry Ducie Chads, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
7 February 185424 September 1854Lieutenant in Edinburgh, commanded by Captain Richard Strode Hewlett, the Baltic (including the bombardment of Bomarsund) during the Russian War
2 November 185431 December 1856Commander (2ic) in Excellent, commanded by Thomas Maitland, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
1 January 185731 December 1859Commander (2ic) in Excellent, commanded by Richard Strode Hewlett, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
17 April 18603 August 1864Captain in Bacchante (from commissioning at Portsmouth until paying off at Portsmouth), flagship of Rear-Admiral Thomas Maitland, Pacific
21 April 186631 December 1868Captain in Formidable, flagship of Vice-Admiral Baldwin Wake Walker, Sheerness
1 January 18696 April 1869Captain in Agincourt, flagship of Vice-Admiral Baldwin Wake Walker, Sheerness

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