O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'
O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'

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The following is the entry for Thomas Miller in William O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'.

MILLER. (Lieutenant, 1844.)

Thomas Miller entered the Navy in 1833; passed his examination 7 June, 1839; and after serving as Mate on the Mediterranean, Home, and East India stations, in the Britannia 120, flag-ship of Sir John Acworth Ommanney, Powerful 84, Capt. Mich. Seymour, and Agincourt 72, bearing the flag of Sir Thos. John Cochrane, was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant 22 July, 1844. His appointments have since been ? 30 Aug. 1844, again to the Agincourt, in which ship he returned home and was paid off in 1846 ? and 1 Jan. 1847, to the Caledonia 120, bearing the flag of Sir John Louis, Admiral Superintendent at Portsmouth, where he is at present employed.

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