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Thomas Bourmaster Brown R.N.Explanation
Eldest son of Rear-Admiral Thomas Brown (d 1851)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
17 March 1806 Born
7 March 1849 Died (at Haslar Hospital, from an illness he was suffering from when Snake was lost)
 
DateRank
1 March 1820Entered Navy
15 March 1828Lieutenant
23 November 1841Commander
 
Date fromDate toService
10 January 184629 August 1847Commander in Snake, Cape of Good Hope, until that vessel was lost in Mozambique channel. A Court Martial the following March at Portsmouth sentenced Brown (and the Master, Peter Chown) to loose one years seniority for not using sufficient care.
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