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Edward Hardinge R.N.Explanation
Third son of Major-general Richard Hardinge (1790-1864)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
19 May 1830 Born
15 September 1875 Married Lila Matilda, daughter of Thomas Papillon, of Crowhurst Park, Sussex
1877 C.B. (Companion of the Bath)
2 May 1894 Died (London)
 
DateRank
1842Entered Navy
25 February 1852Lieutenant
10 May 1856Commander
12 December 1863Captain
30 January 1879Rear-Admiral
7 April 1885Vice-Admiral
1888Retired Vice-Admiral
6 August 1890Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
6 June 1853 Lieutenant in Tribune, commanded by James Robert Drummond, Mediterranean, and Black Sea during the Russian War
24 December 1855 Lieutenant commander in Banterer
7 March 18562 July 1856Lieutenant commander in Brave (until paying off at Portsmouth)
27 January 1859 Commander in Persian, Cape of Good Hope
9 July 186114 December 1863Commander in Camelion (from commissioning at Sheerness), Pacific
28 December 18688 March 1870Captain in Juno, China
(1870) Captain in Valorous, protection of Canadian fisheries
10 October 187221 July 1874Captain in Topaze, 1872 Detached Squadron
1877 Naval aide de camp to Queen Victoria
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