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Frederick Augustus Maxse R.N.Explanation
Second son of James Maxse (1792-1864)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1833 Born
1861 Married Cecilia (d. 1918), the daughter of Colonel Steel of the Indian army, but separated in 1877
1868 Unsuccessful radical parliamentary candidate at Southampton
1874 Unsuccessful radical parliamentary candidate at Tower Hamlets, London
1889March 1895Represented Dorking on the new Surrey county council
25 June 1900 Died (London)
 
DateRank
14 May 1852Lieutenant
10 March 1855Commander
23 November 1857Captain
1867Retired Captain
4 November 1875Retired Rear-Admiral
20 January 1880Retired Vice-Admiral
1 July 1885Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
2 February 1854 Lieutenant in Agamemnon, commanded by Thomas Matthew Charles Symonds, flagship of Rear-Admiral Edmund Lyons, second in command, Black Sea during the Russian War (Maxse was also Naval aide-de-camp to Lord Raglan after the battle of the Alma)
5 December 185525 November 1857Commander in Ariel, Mediterranean
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