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Frederick Henry Hastings Glasse R.N.Explanation
Only son of Rev. George Henry Glasse, rector of Hanwell, Middlesex
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
11 April 1806 Born
1837 C.B. (Companion of the Bath)
1849 Married Ada Maria, daughter of Henry Richard Roe of Gnaton Hall, Devonshire
25 May 1884 Died (Billacombe, Plymouth)
 
DateRank
1818Entered Navy
20 February 1826Lieutenant
28 June 1838Commander
9 November 1846Captain
16 September 1864Rear-Admiral
1 April 1870Retired Rear-Admiral
14 July 1871Retired Vice-Admiral
1 August 1877Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
28 November 1828 Additional Lieutenant in Hyperion, commanded by William James Mingaye, Coast Blockade
7 September 1829 Lieutenant in St Vincent, flag-ship, Plymouth
1 May 1830 Lieutenant in Caledonia, flag-ship, Plymouth
28 August 1833 Lieutenant commander in Magpie, home and Lisbon stations
11 November 183318 November 1837Lieutenant commander in Rolla (until paying off), west coast of Africa
28 June 184122 November 1844Commander in Nimrod (until paying off), East Indies (including the first Anglo-Chinese war)
25 November 1852 Captain in Vulture, Devonport, particular service, then (1854) the Baltic during the Russian War
2 June 1858 Captain in Terrible, Mediterranean
22 May 1862 Captain in Terror, Bermuda
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