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Henry James Lacon R.N.Explanation
Youngest son of Edmund Lacon, Bart., of Ormesby, Norfolk
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
27 November 1810 Born
9 July 1844 Married Carolina Louisa Barlett, second daughter of J. Roberts, of Buckingham
15 May 1867 Died (the Goldrood, near Ipswich)
 
DateRank
4 November 1823Entered Royal Navy Colleg
21 March 1835Lieutenant
23 December 1842Commander
16 October 1856Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
28 September 183520 January 1837Lieutenant in Castor, commanded by Lord John Hay, coast of Spain
20 January 1837 Lieutenant in North Star, commanded by Lord John Hay, coast of Spain
5 April 184122 January 1842Lieutenant in Cornwallis, commanded by Peter Richards, flagship of Rear-Admiral William Parker, China
22 January 1842March 1843Lieutenant in Blonde, commanded by Thomas Bourchier, China (including the first Anglo-Chinese war)
13 November 1846 Commander (2ic) in Vanguard, commanded by George Wickens Willes, Mediterranean
1 October 185925 January 1861Captain in Royal Albert (until paying off at Plymouth), Channel squadron (flagship of Rear-Admiral Charles Howe Fremantle until 10 October 1860, then of Rear-Admiral Robert Fanshawe Stopford)
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