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William Honeyman Henderson R.N.Explanation
Son of Alexander Henderson, of Sempster, Caithness
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
18 December 1840 C.B. (Companion of the Bath), for service on the coast of Syria
4 September 1844 Married Elizabeth Martha, widow of his owl captain, Lord James Townshend
 
DateRank
25 December 1808Entered Navy
10 May 1820Lieutenant
19 December 1834Commander
27 June 1838Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
1824 Lieutenant in Seringapatam, commanded by Charles Sotheby
1824 Lieutenant in Albion, commanded by Sir William Hoste
1824 Lieutenant in Tribune, commanded by Gardiner Henry Guion
20 February 1826 Lieutenant in Forte, commanded by Jeremiah Coghlan
14 September 1827 Lieutenant in Columbine, commanded by Charles Crole, Halifax
28 January 18281 June 1830Lieutenant in Columbine, commanded by John Townshend, Halifax
March 1831 Lieutenant in Barham, commanded by Hugh Pigot
7 May 18312 October 1834Lieutenant in Dublin, commanded by James Townshend, South America
5 September 183527 June 1838Commander in Phoenix, coast of Spain (during the civil war)
19 June 18391842Captain in Gorgon, Mediterranean (including operations on the coast of Syria in 1840)
25 August 1846 Captain in Sidon (Woolwich), Mediterranean
13 February 1850 Captain in Blenheim, guard ship, Portsmouth
4 February 185114 August 1853Captain in Blenheim, guard ship, Portsmouth
22 October 1853 Controller-General of the Coast Guard
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