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Charles Thomas Curme R.N.Explanation
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
2 August 1827 Born
19 February 1892 Died (as commaninder-in-chief at the Nore)
Obituary in the Times newspaper
 
DateRank
1841Entered Navy
4 March 1848Lieutenant
26 February 1858Commander
16 February 1864Captain
1 January 1880Rear-Admiral
9 March 1886Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
14 April 1848 Lieutenant in Hastings, commanded by James William Morgan, flagship of Rear-Admiral Francis Augustus Collier, East Indies
16 June 1854 Lieutenant in Grecian, commanded by George Disney Keane, East Indies
1855 Lieutenant in Nankin, commanded by Keith Stewart, East Indies
(1858)26 February 1858Lieutenant in Sybille, commanded by Charles Gilbert John Brydone Elliot, East Indies
16 February 1859 Commander (2ic) in Algiers, commanded by George William Douglas O'Callaghan, Channel squadron, then Mediterranean
6 February 186328 April 1863Commander in Hannibal, depot ship for seamen, Portsmouth, tender to Asia
17 November 186325 February 1864Commander in Adventure
(3 August 1872) Captain in Repulse, flagship of Rear-Admiral Charles Farrell Hillyar, Pacific
1 January 1875 Captain in Duncan, flagship of Vice-Admiral George Fowler Hastings, Sheerness
1 January 1877 Captain in Indus, flagship of Rear-Admiral Charles Webley Hope, Guard Ship of Reserve, Plymouth
20 February 1880 Admiral Superintendent of Devonport dockyard (flag in Indus)
4 August 189019 February 1892Commander-in-chief, the Nore (until de died) (flag in Wildfire)
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