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William Rae Rolland R.N.

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William Rae Rolland R.N.Explanation
Son of Adam Rolland (1763-1837)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
20 February 1817 Born
1858 Married Adeliza Arabella (1831-????), daughter of George Moubray (1773-1856)
27 August 1904 Died (Edinburgh, Scotland)
 
DateRank
8 October 1841Lieutenant
13 November 1854Commander
10 August 1857Captain
21 February 1872Retired Captain
25 April 1875Retired Rear-Admiral
9 September 1879Retired Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
18 April 184215 June 1842Lieutenant in Cornwallis, commanded by Captain Peter Richards, East Indies (including the first Anglo-Chinese war)
16 June 18427 November 1842Lieutenant in Blonde, commanded by Captain Thomas Bourchier, East Indies (including the first Anglo-Chinese war)
8 November 184212 October 1843Lieutenant in Pylades, commanded by Commander Louis Symonds Tindal, East Indies (including the first Anglo-Chinese war)
8 November 184212 October 1843Lieutenant in Pylades (until paying off), commanded by Commander Louis Symonds Tindal, East Indies (including the first Anglo-Chinese war)
9 September 184412 December 1845Lieutenant in Daring, commanded by Commander Henry James Matson, home (1844 experimental brig squadron), and North America and West Indies stations
13 December 18456 March 1848Lieutenant in Alarm, commanded by Captain Charles Colville Frankland, North America and West Indies
10 April 184830 March 1849Lieutenant in Sidon, commanded by Captain William Honeyman Henderson, Mediterranean
19 June 184931 August 1852Lieutenant in Hogue, commanded by Captain John Macdougall, Cork, then (October 1849), Lisbon and the Mediterranean, then (December 1850) Queenstown again
28 September 185227 January 1855Lieutenant in Agamemnon, commanded by Captain Thomas Maitland, Channel squadron
24 October 18555 April 1856Commander (2ic) in Exmouth, commanded by William King Hall, flagship of Rear-Admiral Michael Seymour, Mediterranean and the Baltic during the Russian War
6 April 185617 November 1857Commander (2ic) in Calcutta, commanded by Captain William King Hall, flagship of Rear-Admiral Michael Seymour, East Indies (including 2nd Anglo-Chinese War)
15 May 186315 May 1865Captain in Cossack (from commissioning at Sheerness), Mediterranean
16 May 186529 June 1866Captain in Phoebe (until paying off at Plymouth), Mediterranean
23 July 186722 May 1869Captain in Lord Warden, Channel squadron, then Mediterranean
16 June 186928 February 1870Captain in Duncan, Coast Guard, Queensferry (replaced by Repulse)
1 March 187025 February 1872Captain in Repulse, Coast Guard, Queensferry (replacing Duncan)
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