Thomas Maitland R.N.
Thomas Maitland R.N.

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Thomas Maitland R.N.Explanation
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
3 February 1803 Born.
7 February 1828 Married at Rio de Janeiro Amelia, daughter of William Young
29 June 1841 C.B. (Companion of the Bath), for service in the first Anglo-Chinese war
1862 Succeeded as 11th Earl of Lauderdale
28 March 1865 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
24 May 1873 G.C.B. (Knight Grand Cross of the Bath)
1 September 1878 Died
22 September 1816Entered Navy
16 May 1823Lieutenant
30 April 1827Commander
10 January 1837Captain
18 June 1857Rear-Admiral
18 November 1863Vice-Admiral
8 April 1868Admiral
3 February 1873Retired Admiral
27 November 1877Retired Admiral of the Fl
Date fromDate toService
16 May 1823 Lieutenant in Euryalus, commanded by Augustus William James Clifford
20 December 1825 Lieutenant in Superb (1798, third rate), commanded by Henry Hill, Guard-ship at Portsmouth
1 March 1826 Lieutenant in Ganges, flg-ship of Sir Robert Waller Otway, South America
14 June 18327 May 1833Commander in Sparrowhawk, Mexico
4 April 183510 January 1837Commander in Tweed, coast of Spain
19 June 1837 Captain in Wellesley, flagship of Rear-Admiral Frederick Lewis Maitland, then Commodore Sir James John Gordon Bremer, then Rear-Admiral Sir William Parker, East Indies (including the first Anglo-Chinese war)
10 November 1846 Captain in America, coast of Portugal
28 April 1848 Captain in San Josef, flagship of Admiral William Hall Gage, Devonport
1 January 1849 Captain in Impregnable, flagship of Admiral William Hall Gage, Devonport
27 September 185222 October 1853Captain in Agamemnon (from commissioning at Woolwich), Channel squadron
20 December 185319 March 1854Captain in Victory, flagship of Rear-Admiral Thomas John Cochrane, Portsmouth
17 January 185418 June 1857Captain in Excellent, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
5 May 186031 October 1862Commander-in-chief, Pacific (flag in Bacchante)

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