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Joseph Millar Langtry R.N.Explanation
Third son of Joseph Langtry, of Bishop's Waltham, Hants, and Townabrache, Co. Antrim
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1 May 1805 Born (Aldingbourne, Sussex)
14 February 1862 Died (Southampton)
 
DateRank
7 November 1818Entered Navy
22 October 1827Lieutenant
4 January 1842Commander
11 December 1859Retired Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
22 October 1827 Lieutenant in Lyra, commanded by John Harvey Boteler, off Lisbon
10 October 1829 Lieutenant in Ramillies, commanded by Hugh Pigot, Coast Blockade ship
19 November 1830 Lieutenant in Talavera, commanded by Hugh Pigot, Coast Blockade ship
5 April 1831March 1833Coast guard
7 August 1835 Lieutenant in Pylades, commanded by William Langford Castle, Plymouth (until invalided)
25 March 1836October 1836Lieutenant in Hercules, commanded by Maurice Frederick Fitzhardinghe Berkeley, home station
2 October 1837 Lieutenant in Donegal, commanded by John Drake, flagship of Rear-Admiral John Acworth Ommanney, Lisbon and the Mediterranean
13 October 1840 Lieutenant in Britannia, flagship of Vice-Admiral John Acworth Ommanney, Lisbon and the Mediterranean (as flag lieutenant)
23 September 1841December 1841Lieutenant in Powerful, Mediterranean
30 June 1856 Commander (2ic) in Wellesley, commanded by George Goldsmith, guard ship of Ordinary, Chatham
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