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James Hanway Plumridge R.N.Explanation
Son of James Plumridge of Littleworth, Berkshire, an architect in London
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1787 Born
1821 Married, firstly, a daughter (died 31 July 1827) Rear-Admiral Hart
1835 Married, secondly, Harriet Agnes (died 17 April 1845), daughter of Right Hon. H. Elliot
18411847M.P. for Falmouth
1849 Married, thirdly, a daughter of Colonel Skinner of the Royal Artillery
5 July 1855 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
29 November 1863 Died (Hopton Hall, near Lowestoft, Suffolk)
 
DateRank
6 September 1799Entered Navy
20 August 1806Lieutenant
7 June 1814Commander
9 October 1822Captain
7 October 1852Rear-Admiral
28 November 1857Vice-Admiral
27 April 1863Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
7 June 1814 Commander in Crocus
6 July 1814 Commander in Philomel
29 April 1816February 1817Acting Captain in Amphitrite
19 February 181815 March 1821Commander in Sappho
18 July 18311835Captain in Magicienne, East Indies
7 April 18371841Captain in Astraea, Superintendent of the Packet service at Falmouth
23 June 18421847Storekeeper of the Ordinance
5 August 18471850Captain in Cambrian, East Indies (and from 13 August, Commodore, second in command) (flag in Cambrian)
July 18541854Commanded the flying squadron in the Baltic during the Russian War, and especially in the Gulf of Bothnia (with his flag in the Leopard)
19 February 185528 November 1857Superintendent of Devonport Dockyard (flag in St Vincent)
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