Alfred Luckraft R.N.
Alfred Luckraft R.N.

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Alfred Luckraft R.N.Explanation
Son of Admiral Alfred Luckraft (1790-1871)
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
6 March 1817 Born (Plymouth, Devon, England)
2 June 1860 Married Louisa Elfrida (1820-1868), daughter of George Luckraft (1783-1855) in Southwark, London, England
11 September 1865 Died (while serving in the Coast Guard)
Entry in O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'
21 April 1841Mate
15 January 1846Lieutenant
Date fromDate toService
22 April 184111 June 1842Mate in Weazle, commanded by Lieutenant commander William Edmonstone, Mediterranean, Home, Brazilian, and Pacific stations
23 June 184216 December 1842Mate in Excellent, commanded by Captain Thomas Hastings, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
17 December 184214 January 1846Mate in Frolic, commanded by Commander William Alexander Willis then Commander Cospatrick Baillie Hamilton, South America
15 January 184615 April 1847Lieutenant in Frolic, commanded by Commander Cospatrick Baillie Hamilton then Captain James Horsford Cockburn, Pacific
16 April 184730 April 1847Lieutenant in Firebrand, commanded by Captain James Hope, south-east coast of America
1 May 184715 December 1848Lieutenant in Melampus, commanded by Captain John Norman Campbell, south-east coast of America, then East Indies (until Campbell invalided himself at Bombay at the end of 1848)
16 December 18484 May 1849Acting commander in Ringdove, East Indies
12 June 184913 July 1850Lieutenant in Ranger, commanded by Commander Thomas Miller, west coast of Africa
22 January 185130 January 1852Agents for transports (afloat)
12 February 185226 March 1852Lieutenant in Vesuvius, commanded by Commander Frederick Lamport Barnard
27 March 185210 July 1855Lieutenant in Vixen, commanded by Commander Frederick Lamport Barnard, south-east coast of America
11 July 185511 June 1858Lieutenant and commander in Spy, south-east coast of America
26 May 185914 July 1859Lieutenant in Aboukir, commanded by Captain Charles Frederick Schomberg, Channel squadron
9 August 186011 September 1865Lieutenant in Coast Guard, Colchester, Essex then Rathmullen, Donegal then Dromore West, Sligo (until he died)

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