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John Jervis Tucker R.N.Explanation
Son of Benjamin Tucker, of Trematon Castle, near Saltash, Second Secretary to the Admiralty under St Vincent and Grenville
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1802 Born
16 October 1830 Married Sabina Anne (died 1873), eldest daughter of Vice-Admiral James Young
March 1886 Died (Trematon Castle)
 
DateRank
19 August 1815Entered Navy
12 September 1822Lieutenant
15 June 1827Commander
28 June 1838Captain
10 September 1857Rear-Admiral
9 February 1864Vice-Admiral
19 October 1864Retired Vice-Admiral
10 September 1869Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
5 July 18281831Commander (2ic) in Semiramis, commanded by Maurice Frederick Fitzhardinge Berkeley, flagship of Rear-Admiral Charles Paget, Queenstown
26 May 184112 April 1845Captain in Dublin (from commissioning at Portsmouth until paying off at Plymouth), flagship of Rear-Admiral Richard Thomas, Pacific
16 June 185410 September 1857Captain in Formidable, guard ship of Ordinary, Sheerness
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