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Humphry Fleming Senhouse R.N.Explanation
Third son of Lieutenant William Senhouse RN (1741-1800).
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1781 Born
1810 married Elizabeth, daughter of Vice-Admiral John Manley, who bore him two daughters
13 April 1832 K.C.H. (Knight Commander of the Royal Guelphic Order)
5 June 1834 Knighted
14 June 1841 Died (of fever at Hong Kong in command of Blenheim)
 
DateRank
1797Entered Navy
9 April 1802Lieutenant
2 June 1809Commander
12 October 1814Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
9 April 1802 Lieutenant in Galgo
May 18031806Lieutenant in Conqueror
1806 Lieutenant in Elephant
September 1806March 1808Lieutenant commander in Express, in the West Indies
March 1808 Flag lieutenant in Belleisle to Sir Alexander Cochaine
7 March 1809 Lieutenant commander in Wolverine
1809 Lieutenant commander in Ringdove
1809December 1809Lieutenant commander in SuperiĆ©ure in the West Indies
18101812Commander in Recruit at Gibraltar, Newfoundland and Halifax.
18121814Commander in Martin at Halifax.
April 1815September 1815Captain in Superb on the coast of France as flag-captain to Sir Henry Hotham.
18311834Captain in St Vincent as flag-captain to Sir Henry Hotham
9 April 183914 June 1841Captain in Blenheim (Portsmouth), East Indies (including the first Anglo-Chinese war), until he died
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