Frederick Pelham Warren R.N.
Frederick Pelham Warren R.N.

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Frederick Pelham Warren R.N.Explanation
Third child and second son of Vice-Admiral Frederic Warren (1775-1848) and younger brother of Richard Laird Warren R.N.
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
10 December 1822 Born (Strathmartin, Angus, Scotland)
26 June 1858 Married Anne Charlotte (1779-1858), daughter of Henry Martin Blackwood R.N.(1801-1851)
1882 Wrote "Gibraltar: is it worth holding? and Morocco: a letter to Charles Magniac ... and the Chambers of Commerce of Great Britain"
16 May 1891 Died (East Court, Cosham, Southampton)
7 August 1836Entered Navy
25 September 1843Lieutenant
7 February 1852Commander
1 April 1870Retired Commander
Date fromDate toService
19 October 18431 February 1847Lieutenant in Fox, commanded by Henry Martin Blackwood, East Indies
2 February 184728 February 1847Acting commander in Cruizer, commanded by Henry Martin Blackwood, East Indies
1 March 18475 August 1848Lieutenant in Fox, commanded by Commodore Henry Martin Blackwood, East Indies
2 February 185030 August 1850Lieutenant in Agincourt, commanded by Captain William James Hope Johnstone, depot ship of Ordinary, Devonport
31 August 18503 May 1851Lieutenant in St George, commanded by Captain Joseph Nias, guard ship of Ordinary, Devonport
4 May 18518 February 1852Lieutenant in Impregnable, commanded by Captain Arthur Lowe, flagship of Admiral John Acworth Ommanney, Devonport
3 September 185229 March 1853Admiralty agent on contract mail steam vessel Urgent
30 March 185328 June 1854Commander in Star, South east coast of America
22 October 185512 March 1856Commander in Polyphemus, commanded by John Coghlan Fitzgerald, for the Baltic, but wrecked on 29 January 1856 en route.
16 May 185821 May 1863Inspecting Commander, Coast Guard, Aberdeen then Southsea
17 July 186831 March 1870Inspecting Commander, Coast Guard, Gravesend

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