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Charles Maxwell Luckraft R.N.Explanation
Son of John Luckraft (died 1846)
His son, lieutenant Charles Moore Luckraft, was killed when commanding a latter Cormorant in 1882 (see this articleExternal link from the Lucraft and Luckraft One-name Study),
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
8 January 1814 Born (Torpoint, Cornwall)
1845 Married Lousia Jane Sulivan (1824-1898)
11 November 1908 Died (Gosport)
 
DateRank
28 May 1845Lieutenant
29 September 1855Commander
29 September 1870Retired Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
(24 August 1849) Lieutenant in Cormorant, commanded by Herbert Schomberg, south east coast of America
30 August 1852 Lieutenant in Termagant, commanded by George Giffard, particular service
12 January 1854 Lieutenant in Euryalus, commanded by George Ramsay, the Baltic, during the Russian War
4 February 1860 Commander in Hastings, Royal Naval Reserve drill ship, Liverpool
28 January 186215 May 1890Governor of the Naval Prison, North Street, Lewes
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