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Arthur William Moore R.N.Explanation
Son of Rev. Edward Moore, Honorary Canon of Canterbury, and vicar of Frittenden, Kent
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
30 July 1847 Born
3 April 1934 Died
Obituary in the Times newspaper
WikipediaExternal link
 
DateRank
11 December 1860Entered Navy
19 May 1870Lieutenant
31 December 1881Commander
27 June 1884Captain
13 January 1899Rear-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
24 May 1871 Lieutenant in Glasgow, commanded by Theodore Morton Jones, flagship of Rear-Admiral Arthur Cumming, East Indies
9 February 1877 Lieutenant in Charybdis, commanded by Charles Frederick Hotham, China
15 January 1881 Lieutenant in Invincible, commanded by Robert O'Brien FitzRoy, Mediterranean (including 1882 Anglo-Egyptian warExternal link)
23 June 1882 Commander (2ic) in Orion, commanded by Robert O'Brien FitzRoy, Mediterranean
26 July 188319 May 1884Commander in Frolic (from commissioning at Sheerness), West coast of Africa
30 March 188525 February 1888Captain in Bacchante (from commissioning at Portsmouth), flagship of Rear-Admiral Frederick William Richards, East Indies
17 April 189421 April 1897Captain in Britannia, training ship for Naval cadets, Dartmouth
8 June 18973 August 1897Captain in Renown
January 189821 January 1901Commissionerof the Admiralty (Fourth Naval Lord)
11 February 190111 February 1904Commander-in-Chief, Cape of Good Hope
9 May 19055 December 1905Second in Command, Channel Fleet, flag in Caesar
6 December 19061 January 1908Commander-in-Chief, China station
13 March 191130 July 1912Commander-in-Chief, Portsmouth
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