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Charles Richardson Johnson R.N.Explanation
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
17 October 1842 Married, at Malta, Julia, daughter of Major-General Bredin, of the Royal Artillery
1882 Died
 
DateRank
27 October 1826Entered Navy
19 February 1840Lieutenant
9 April 1847Commander
22 November 1856Captain
1 January 1875Retired Rear-Admiral
15 June 1879Retired Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
6 March 1840 Lieutenant in Princess Charlotte, commanded by Arthur Fanshawe, flagship of Robert Stopford, Mediterranean
11 May 1841 Lieutenant in Ganges, commanded by Barrington Reynolds, Mediterranean
28 August 1841 Lieutenant in Powerful, commanded by George Mansel, Mediterranean
12 November 1841 Lieutenant in Rodney, commanded by Robert Maunsell, Mediterranean
17 October 1842 Lieutenant in Cambridge, commanded by Edward Barnard
23 February 1843 Coast Guard
3 September 1844 Lieutenant in Eclair, commanded by Walter Grimston Bucknall Estcourt, west coast of Africa
25 January 1845 Lieutenant in Ardent, west coast of Africa
21 November 1845 Lieutenant in Trafalgar, commanded by John Neale Nott, Channel squadron
29 June 1846 Lieutenant commander in Comet, Portsmouth
16 September 18489 May 1852Commander in Driver (until paying off at Woolwich), Pacific
19 June 1854 Commander (2ic) in Colossus, commanded by Robert Spencer Robinson, North America and West Indies
(24 July 1855) Commander in Transit, Portsmouth
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