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Henry Gage Morris R.N.Explanation
Son of Rear-Admiral Henry Gage Morris (1770-1852)
 
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DateRank
19 April 1837Lieutenant
25 June 1846Commander
10 May 1856Captain
19 January 1874Retired Rear-Admiral
1 February 1879Retired Vice-Admiral
27 March 1885Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
20 April 1837 Additional Lieutenant in Hastings, flagship of William Hall Gage, Lisbon
25 May 1838 Lieutenant in Herald, commanded by Joseph Nias, East Indies
31 October 1840 Lieutenant in Endymion, commanded by Frederick William Grey, Plymouth
10 June 1841 Lieutenant in Champion, commanded by Richard Byron
28 August 1841 Lieutenant in Harlequin, commanded by George Fowler Hastings, East Indies
15 August 1842March 1844Lieutenant commander in Wolverene, East Indies
5 September 1845 Lieutenant in Juno, fitting at Sheerness
17 November 1845 Lieutenant in St Vincent, flagship of Admiral Charles Ogle, Portsmouth
20 October 1847 Acting Captain in Cambrian, flagship of Commodore James Hanway Plumridge, East Indies
22 January 185310 May 1856Commander in Hydra (until paying off at Sheerness), Cape of Good Hope
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