Francis Sullivan Delves Broughton R.N.
Francis Sullivan Delves Broughton R.N.


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Francis Sullivan Delves Broughton R.N.Explanation
Son of Rev. Thomas Delves Broughton (1801-1859)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
6 September 1838 Born (Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, England)
14 August 1872 Married Josephine Harriet (1848-1935), daughter of William Whalley Billyard
27 February 1878 Died (Ilfracombe, Devonshire, England)
 
DateRank
25 December 1859Mate
19 November 1860Lieutenant
2 September 1872Commander
 
Date fromDate toService
13 May 185210 March 1854Naval cadet in Sans Pareil, commanded by Captain Sidney Colpoys Dacres, Lisbon, then (1853) Channel squadron, then (1854) Black Sea during the Russian War
11 March 185412 May 1854Naval cadet in Trafalgar, commanded by Captain Henry Francis Greville, Mediterranean
13 May 185414 April 1855Midshipman in Trafalgar, commanded by Captain Henry Francis Greville, Mediterranean
15 April 185514 October 1856Midshipman in Tartar, commanded by Captain Hugh Dunlop, the Baltic during the Russian War
15 October 185619 December 1856Naval cadet in Tartar, commanded by Captain Hugh Dunlop, the Baltic during the Russian War, then North America and West Indies
21 December 18564 May 1857Midshipman in Cossack, commanded by Captain James Horsford Cockburn, North America and West Indies (mainly Greytown, Nicaragua)
5 May 185725 February 1858Midshipman in Tartar, commanded by Captain Hugh Dunlop, North America and West Indies
26 February 185818 April 1858Naval cadet in Tartar, commanded by Captain Hugh Dunlop, North America and West Indies
19 April 185824 June 1859Midshipman in Tartar, commanded by Captain Hugh Dunlop, North America and West Indies
25 June 185917 August 1859Acting mate in Tartar, commanded by Captain Hugh Dunlop, North America and West Indies
18 August 185927 September 1859Acting mate in Victory, commanded by Captain Arthur Farquhar, flag-ship, Commander-in-chief, Portsmouth
28 September 185924 December 1859Acting mate in Mars, commanded by Captain James Newburgh Strange, Channel squadron
25 December 185912 April 1860Mate in Mars, commanded by Captain James Newburgh Strange, Channel squadron
13 April 186018 November 1860Mate in Hero, commanded by Captain George Henry Seymour, Channel squadron, and (July - November 1860) as Commodore of the squadron taking the Prince of Wales to North America
31 December 18606 October 1862Lieutenant in Falcon, commanded by Commander Arthur George Fitzroy then Commander Algernon Charles Fieschi Heneage, west coast of Africa
2 December 186215 December 1863Lieutenant in Queen, commanded by Captain Charles Farrell Hillyar then Captain James Horsford Cockburn, Mediterranean
26 March 186410 September 1864Lieutenant in Duke of Wellington, commanded by Captain John Seccombe, Portsmouth, training ship for seamen
11 September 186419 January 1869Lieutenant in Brisk, commanded by Captain Charles Webley Hope, Australia
20 January 186916 March 1869Lieutenant in Royal Adelaide, commanded by Captain George William Preedy, Devonport, flag-ship of the Port Admiral
12 November 18697 September 1872Lieutenant in Royal Adelaide, commanded by Captain Trevenen Penrose Coode, Devonport
13 October 187313 July 1875Coast Guard, Malahide, Co. Dublin
2 July 187523 August 1877Commander in , East Indies


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