Warren Hastings Anderson R.N.
Warren Hastings Anderson R.N.

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Warren Hastings Anderson R.N.Explanation
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
11 December 1825 Born at Tranent, East Lothian, second son of Warren Hastings Anderson and Mary Elizabeth Dewar (married 2 October 1820)
2 May 1880 Died
20 October 1847Mate
8 March 1849Lieutenant
5 September 1859Commander
11 April 1866Captain
Date fromDate toService
20 October 184722 January 1848Mate in Albion, commanded by Captain Charles Howe Fremantle, Mediterranean
15 February 184810 February 1849Mate in St Vincent, commanded by Captain Sidney Colpoys Dacres, Western squadron
11 February 18497 March 1849Acting lieutenant in Stromboli, commanded by Commander Rt. Hon. Lord Amelius Wentworth Beauclerk, particular service
8 March 184917 September 1850Lieutenant in Stromboli, commanded by Commander Rt. Hon. Lord Amelius Wentworth Beauclerk then Commander Edward Stanley Adeane, particular service
8 November 18508 June 1852Lieutenant in Excellent, commanded by Captain Henry Ducie Chads, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
9 June 185229 May 1855Lieutenant in Sans Pareil, commanded by Captain Sidney Colpoys Dacres, Lisbon, then (1853) Channel squadron, then (1854) Black Sea during the Russian War
30 May 185513 September 1856Lieutenant and commander in Biter, Baltic (as tender to Hawke), during the Russian War
14 September 185620 September 1856Lieutenant in Victory, commanded by Captain George Henry Seymour, Portsmouth
16 February 18586 September 1859Lieutenant in Victoria and Albert, commanded by Captain Joseph Denman, Portsmouth
26 May 186129 November 1862Commander in Flying Fish, Channel squadron, then west coast of Africa (the vessel going aground on the Newtown Gravel bank in the Solent on 5 November 1862)
17 April 186322 October 1864Commander in Foxhound (until paying off at Sheerness), Mediterannean

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