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Lewis Tobias Jones R.N.Explanation
Second son of Captain L.T. Jones, formerly of 14th Regement
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
24 December 1797 Born
28 June 1861 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
27 May 1873 G.C.B. (Knight Grand Cross of the Bath)
11 October 1895 Died (Rubgy House, Southsea)
 
DateRank
1 January 1808Entered Navy
29 August 1822Lieutenant
28 June 1838Commander
4 November 1840Captain
17 June 1859Rear-Admiral
2 December 1865Vice-Admiral
1 April 1870Retired Vice-Admiral
17 July 1870Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
29 August 18221824Lieutenant in Athol, commanded by Henry Bourchier
3 October 1827 Lieutenant in Cordelia, commanded by George William St John Mildmay, North Sea, Lisbon, West Indies and Newfoundland
18 August 1828 Lieutenant in Cordelia, commanded by Courtenay Edmond William Boyle, Mediterranean
13 March 18301833Lieutenant in Cordelia, commanded by Charles Hotham, Mediterranean
31 October 1833 Lieutenant in Edinburgh, commanded by James Richard Dacres, Mediterranean station
9 February 183728 June 1838Lieutenant in Princess Charlotte, commanded by Arthur Fanshawe, flagship of Robert Stopford, Mediterranean
7 July 1838January 1841Commander (2ic) in Princess Charlotte, commanded by Arthur Fanshawe, flagship of Robert Stopford, Mediterranean
18 December 1847 Captain in Penelope, flagship of Commodore Charles Hotham, west coast of Africa
24 December 1850 Captain in Sampson, west coast of Africa, then Mediterranean (and Black Sea during the Russian War)
18 November 185413 August 1855Captain in London, Mediterranean
13 August 185528 July 1856Captain in Princess Royal (until paying off at Portsmouth), Mediterranean
20 September 1859 Second in command, East India and China station (flag in ImpĂ©rieuse)
31 March 186231 March 1865Commander-in-Chief, Queenstown (flag in Hastings)
25 March 1884 Governor of Greenwich Hospital
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