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Thomas Baillie R.N.Explanation
Sixth and youngest son of George Baillie, of Jerviswood and Mellerstain
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
30 May 1811 Born
31 July 1889 Died
 
DateRank
5 May 1827Entered Navy
18 October 1837Lieutenant
21 December 1841Commander
13 November 1845Captain
30 November 1863Rear-Admiral
1 April 1870Vice-Admiral
29 May 1873Retired Vice-Admiral
22 January 1877Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
1837 Additional Lieutenant in Dublin, commanded by George Wickens Willes, South America
1837 Additional Lieutenant in President, commanded by William Broughton, flagship of Rear-Admiral Charles Bayne Hodgson Ross, South America
12 July 1838 Lieutenant in Fly, commanded by Granville Gower Loch, South America
31 October 1840 Lieutenant in Vernon, commanded by William Walpole, Home waters
20 August 1841 Lieutenant in Warspite, commanded by Lord John Hay, Home waters
21 December 1841 Commander in Rose, South America
5 June 18431845Commander in Modeste, Pacific
1 April 1854 To study steam at Woolwich
30 May 1854 Captain in Maeander, White Sea, during the Russian War
6 February 18585 December 1859Captain in Princess Royal (until paying off at Portsmouth), Mediterranean
14 July 18628 May 1863Captain in Trafalgar, Mediterranean
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