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John Montagu Hayes R.N.

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John Montagu Hayes R.N.Explanation
Son of Captain John Hayes, R.N., C.B. (1768-1838) and brother of Courteney Hayes R.N.
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
23 March 1816 Born (Purbrook, Hampshire, England)
4 October 1853 Married Julia (1831-1922), daughter of Richard Atkinson Coward (1792-1862)
3 April 1882 Died (Southampton, England)
Entry in O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'
 
DateRank
20 March 1829Entered Navy
21 October 1837Lieutenant
8 October 1841Commander
9 July 1855Captain
30 April 1873Retired Rear-Admiral
21 March 1878Retired Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
12 May 18358 September 1835Mate in Spartiate, commanded by Captain Robert Tait, flagship of Rear-Admiral Sir Graham Eden Hamond, South America,
9 September 183518 November 1837Mate in Rodney, commanded by Captain Hyde Parker, Mediterranean
13 February 183810 May 1841Lieutenant in Cruizer, commanded by Richard Henry King, East Indies
3 February 18489 January 1852Commander in Champion, Pacific
10 February 18551 October 1855Commander in Phoenix (from commissioning at Woolwich until paying off at Sheerness), White Sea, during the Russian War
13 August 186017 May 1865Captain in Tartar (from commissioning at Sheerness until paying off at Sheerness), China (including the bombardment of Simonoseki)
8 September 18658 September 1868Captain in Lion (until paying off at Portsmouth), Coast Guard, Greenock, then (July 1867) Coast Guard squadron, then (October 1867) Londonderry before returning to Greenock (replaced by Black Prince)
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