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St George Caulfield D'Arcy-Irvine R.N.

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St George Caulfield D'Arcy-Irvine R.N.Explanation
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
23 May 1833 Born (Monkstown, Cork, Ireland)
30 April 1868 Married Katherine Mary Ann (1844-1917), daughter of Horatio Thomas Austin R.N. (1800-1865)
14 August 1882 Companion, in the Military Division of the Order of the Bath (C.B.)
26 June 1902 Knight Commander, in the Military Division of the Order of the Bath (K.C.B.)
2 July 1916 Died (Aix les Bains, France)
Obituary in the Times newspaper
 
DateRank
9 November 1854Lieutenant
29 January 1863Commander
25 October 1867Captain
1 June 1885Rear-Admiral
29 January 1891Vice-Admiral
23 February 1897Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
12 February 185525 March 1856Lieutenant in Centaur, commanded by Captain William John Cavendish Clifford, Mediterranean, then the Baltic during the Russian War
26 March 185614 June 1856Lieutenant commander in Procris
24 July 185610 December 1859Lieutenant in Brunswick, commanded by Captain Henry Broadhead, Mediterranean
11 December 185927 December 1862Lieutenant in Doris, commanded by Captain Edmund Heathcote, Mediterranean
4 March 186326 April 1865Commander (2ic) in Revenge (until paying off at Plymouth), commanded by Captain Hon. Fitzgerald Algernon Charles Foley, flagship of Rear-Admiral Hastings Reginald Yelverton, second in command on the Mediterranean station (until replaced by Caledonia)
27 April 18656 November 1867Commander (2ic) in Caledonia, commanded by Captain Hon. Fitzgerald Algernon Charles Foley, flagship of Rear-Admiral Hastings Reginald Yelverton, second in command on the Mediterranean station
15 January 187219 April 1875Captain in Euphrates
14 February 187620 September 1877Captain in Duncan, flagship of Vice-Admiral Henry Chads, Commander-in-Chief, the Nore
20 November 187722 April 1878Captain in Hotspur, Mediterranean
23 April 187822 March 1879Captain in Bellerophon, flagship of Vice-Admiral Edward Augustus Inglefield on the North America and West Indies station
23 March 187917 June 1879Acting Commodore of the 2e class in Urgent, Depôt ship, Jamaica
11 July 187924 February 1880Captain in Bellerophon, flagship of Vice-Admiral Edward Augustus Inglefield then Vice-Admiral Francis Leopold McClintock on the North America and West Indies station
4 December 18806 June 1883Captain in Penelope, Ship of First Reserve, Coast Guard and Drill Ship of the Royal Naval Reserve, Harwich and (1882) Mediterranean, including bombardment of AlexandriaExternal link
1 September 188811 September 1889Second in Command, Channel Squadron, flag in Agincourt then from 28 May 1889 Anson (1886)
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