John Neale Nott R.N.
John Neale Nott R.N.

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John Neale Nott R.N.Explanation
Eldest son of the Rev. Edward Nott (1774-1842) and grandson of Captain John Neale Pleydell Nott R,N. (1732-1781), who was fatally wounded in command of the Centaur, 74, at the Battle of Fort RoyalExternal link in the West Indies, 29 April, 1781.
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1800 Born (Reading, Berkshire)
11 May 1827 Married, firstly, Elizabeth Anne Bennett (1804-1827), daughter of Thomas Calley, M.P., of Burderop Park, Wiltshire
18 February 1840 Married, secondly, Mary Elizabeth Reynolds (1808-1875), eldest daughter of Sir William Burnett (1779-1861)
20 October 1849 Died (Bath, Somerset, England)
Entry in O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'
October 1812Entered Navy
25 August 1826Lieutenant
10 January 1837Commander
28 January 1842Captain
Date fromDate toService
14 February 183823 November 1839Commander in Medea, North America and West Indies
7 August 184031 December 1841Commander (2ic) in Excellent, commanded by Captain Thomas Hastings, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
1 January 184227 January 1842Commander in Firebrand, tender to William and Mary, conveying the King of Prussia from Ostend to England and back again
18 October 184511 January 1848Captain in Trafalgar, flagship of Vice-Admiral Edward Durnford King, Sheerness, 1846 experimental squadron, then (1847) Channel squadron and Sir William Parker's squadron at Lisbon, then (October 1847), the Mediterranean
11 January 184821 May 1848Captain in Ocean, Sheerness

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