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Thomas Sabine Pasley R.N.Explanation
Only son of Major John Sabine of the Grenadier Guards (brother of Sir Edward Sabine) and his wife, Maria, elder daughter of Admiral Sir Thomas Pasley (1734-1808), first baronet
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
26 December 1804 Born (as Thomas Sabine)
29 November 1808 Succeeded as 2nd Baronet Pasley of Craig, Dunfries
10 June 1826 Married Jane Matilda Lily (died 15 May 1869), eldest daughter of Rev. Montagu John Wynyard
24 May 1873 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
13 February 1884 Died (Moorhill, Botley, Southampton)
Obituary in the Times newspaper
 
DateRank
7 August 1817Entered Royal Naval Colle
16 March 1824Lieutenant
17 September 1828Commander
24 May 1831Captain
31 January 1856Rear-Admiral
23 March 1863Vice-Admiral
20 November 1866Admiral
22 February 1870Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
22 February 1843January 1846Captain in Curacoa, south-east coast of America
11 October 1849June 1854Captain in Saturn, Pembroke (and Superintendent of Pembroke Dockyard)
October 185427 November 1854Captain in Royal Albert, Sheerness
27 November 185410 February 1856Captain in Agamemnon, flagship of Rear-Admiral Edmund Lyons, Black Sea during the Russian war
4 December 1857December 1862Admiral superintendent of Devonport dockyard (flag in Royal William, then Wellington), then Royal Adelaide, then (1 January 1862) Indus
1 March 186625 February 1869Commander-in-chief, Portsmouth
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