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Edward Henry Howard R.N.Explanation
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
7 June 1832 Born
18 January 1890 Died
 
DateRank
7 January 1853Lieutenant
7 May 1857Commander
16 February 1864Captain
27 November 1879Rear-Admiral
26 November 1885Vice-Admiral
29 November 1889Retired Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
31 March 1853 Lieutenant in London, commanded by Charles Eden, Spithead
22 October 1853 Lieutenant in President, Pacific, including the attack by the Anglo-French squadron on Petropaulovski on 4 September 1854 during the Russian war, in which he was severely injured (flag lieutenant).
22 June 1855 Lieutenant in Duke of Wellington, commanded by Henry Caldwell, flagship of Rear-Admiral Richard Saunders Dundas, Baltic (additional lieutenant)
7 June 1856 Lieutenant in Impregnable, commanded by Charles Wise, flagship of Admiral Sir William Parker, flagship, Devonport (flag lieutenant)
30 May 1860 Commander in Mohawk, Mediterraean
5 July 186216 February 1864Commander in Rattler (from commissioning at Sheerness), China
7 May 18702 July 1873Captain in Racoon (from commissioning at Bermuda until paying off at Plymouth), North America and West Indies
14 August 1878 Captain in Hercules, Coast Guard, Greenock (and 1879 temporarily with the Channel squadron)
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