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Charles Talbot R.N.Explanation
Second son of the Very Rev. Charles Talbot, D.D., Dean of Salisbury
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1 November 1801 Born
10 November 1862 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
8 August 1876 Died
Obituary in the Times newspaper
 
DateRank
19 August 1815Entered Royal Naval Colle
7 January 1823Lieutenant
13 April 1827Commander
25 November 1830Captain
28 December 1855Rear-Admiral
22 November 1862Vice-Admiral
2 April 1866Admiral
1871Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
30 June 182925 November 1830Commander in Algerine (from commissioning), South America
25 November 1830 Captain in Warspite, flagship of Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Baker, South America (where he rescued the Brazilian Emperor, Pedro I, during the insurrection in Rio de Janeiro on 6 April 1831 which forced his abdication)
2 November 1843July 1847Captain in Vestal, East Indies
14 July 1852 Captain in Maeander, Cape of Good Hope
27 May 185413 February 1856Captain in Algiers, troop transport to the Baltic, and Black Sea during the Russian War
7 December 1858 Commander-in-chief, Queenstown (flag in Nile, then Sans Pareil) (flag in Nile)
1 March 18645 April 1866Commander-in-chief, the Nore (flag in Formidable)
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