Frederick Archibald Campbell R.N.
Frederick Archibald Campbell R.N.

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Frederick Archibald Campbell R.N.Explanation
Son of Lieutenant-General Sir Colin Campbell, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Ceylon
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1874 Died
1829Entered Navy
7 December 1836Mate
11 May 1837Lieutenant
27 April 1846Commander
13 September 1854Captain
1 April 1870Rear-Admiral
Date fromDate toService
2 September 1837 Lieutenant in Scout, commanded by Robert Craigie, west coast of Africa
20 January 1840 Additional Lieutenant in Winchester, commanded by John Parker, flagship of Thomas Harvey, North America and West Indies
7 March 1841 Lieutenant in Cleopatra, commanded by Christopher Wyvill, North America and West Indies
11 February 1842 Additional Lieutenant in Cornwallis, commanded by Peter Richards, flagship of William Parker, East Indies
25 August 1842 Lieutenant in Harlequin, commanded by George Fowler Hastings, East Indies
17 November 18421845Lieutenant in Cambrian, commanded by Henry Ducie Chads, East Indies
20 August 18473 February 1849Commander in Espiegle, East Indies
27 October 185119 July 1852Commander in Rosamond (from commissioning at Plymouth), North America and West Indies
15 May 185413 September 1854Commander in Hornet (from commissioning at Woolwich), the Baltic during the Russian War
9 December 1855 Captain in Trusty
3 June 1856 Captain in Vulture, Mediterranean
6 December 185911 February 1861Captain in Neptune, Mediterranean
18 February 1863 Captain in Fisgard, Woolwich
27 April 186319 March 1866Captain in Royal Oak, Channel squadron, then Mediterranean
20 March 186616 July 1866Private secretary to the Duke of Somerset, First Lord of the Admiralty
18 January 18698 June 1869Captain in Ariadne (until paying off at Portsmouth), Royal Yacht for the Prince and Princess of Wales (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra) in the Mediterranean (leaving the Royal party at Brindisi in May)
(1 April 1872) Second in command, Channel Squadron
13 May 18726 December 1873Commander-in-chief, Detached Squadron (flag in Narcissus)

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