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Thomas Alexander Pakenham R.N.Explanation
Third son ofThomas Pakenham, 2nd Earl of Longford
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
3 March 1820 Born
21 September 1853 Married Sophia Frances, daughter of Tatton Sykes, 4th Bart
6 January 1889 Died
 
DateRank
14 April 1835Entered Navy
10 June 1844Lieutenant
10 May 1856Commander
9 May 1863Captain
30 December 1878Retired Rear-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
9 September 1844 Lieutenant in Mutine, commanded by Richard Borough Crawford, Cape of Good Hope
2 September 1845 Lieutenant in President, commanded by William Pearse Stanley, flagship of Rear-Admiral James Richard Dacres, Cape of Good Hope
4 April 1854 Lieutenant in Algiers, commanded by Charles Talbot, troop transport to the Baltic, and Black Sea during the Russian War
3 June 185815 May 1860Commander in Racer (from commissioning at Woolwich), Channel squadron, then (February 1859) North America and West Indies
17 November 1862 Commander in Curlew, south-east coast of America
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