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Edward King Barnard R.N.Explanation
Son of Rear-Admiral Sir Edward King Barnard (1782-1863)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1 July 1815 Born
 
DateRank
August 1828Entered Royal Naval Colle
23 November 1841Lieutenant
5 January 1852Commander
2 May 1857Captain
13 April 1870Retired Captain
20 April 1875Retired Rear-Admiral
2 August 1879Retired Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
8 June 1842 Lieutenant in Excellent, commanded by Thomas Hastings, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
27 May 1843 Lieutenant in Virago, commanded by George Graham Otway, Mediterranean
20 May 184616 November 1847Lieutenant in Virago, commanded by John Lunn, Mediterranean
7 January 1847August 1848Lieutenant in Excellent, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
August 1848September 1848Act. Lieutenant commander in Driver
28 November 1853 Commander in Racehorse, East Indies
31 December 185923 April 1864Captain in Nile, flagship of Rear-Admiral Alexander Milne, North America and West Indies
10 June 186527 October 1867Captain in Constance (from commissioning at Plymouth), North America and West Indies
15 November 186720 November 1869Captain in Trafalgar (from commissioning at Sheerness), Coast Guard, Lough Swilly
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