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Richard Edward Tracey R.N.Explanation
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
24 January 1837 Born
7 March 1907 Died
Obituary in the Times newspaper
 
DateRank
28 June 1859Lieutenant
19 April 1865Commander
29 December 1871Captain
1 January 1888Rear-Admiral
23 June 1893Vice-Admiral
29 November 1898Admiral
24 January 1902Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
24 June 186212 August 1863Lieutenant in Euryalus, commanded by John James Steven Josling, flagship of Rear-Admiral Augustus Leopold Kuper, East Indies and China (additional for disposal)
17 August 186318 April 1865Lieutenant in Euryalus, commanded by John Hobhouse Inglis Alexander, flagship of Rear-Admiral Augustus Leopold Kuper, East Indies and China
18671868In charge of a naval mission to Japan, assisting in the creation of a modern navy
20 July 187618 August 1880Captain in Spartan (until paying off at Sheerness), East Indies
3 January 188115 March 1883Captain in Iron Duke (until paying off), flagship of Vice-Admiral George Ommaney Willes, China station
2 May 1884July 1885Captain in Sultan, Channel squadron
20 July 18852 January 1888Captain in Asia, captain of the Steam Reserve, Portsmouth
1 July 1889 Second in command "A" Fleet; annual manoeuvres
12 September 188911 September 1890Second in command, Channel Squadron (flag in Anson)
12 January 1892 Admiral Superintendent of Malta Dockyard
18971900President of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich
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