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John Moore R.N.Explanation
Son of Admiral Sir Graham Moore (1764-1843)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
5 July 1855 C.B. (Companion of the Bath)
19 January 1866 Died (Brook Farm, Chobham, Surrey)
 
DateRank
7 February 1834Entered Navy
22 September 1841Lieutenant
22 November 1843Commander
22 November 1848Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
30 October 1841 Additional Lieutenant in Queen, commanded by George Frederick Rich, flagship of Edward William Campbell Rich Owen, Mediterranrean
26 July 184222 November 1843Lieutenant in Aigle, commanded by Lord Clarence Edward Paget, Mediterranean
12 November 184622 November 1848Commander in Harlequin, Mediterranean
1 April 18537 June 1856Captain in Highflyer (until paying off at Portsmouth), Mediterranean (and Black Sea during the Russian War)
1 March 18584 July 1859Captain in Hogue, Coast Guard, Greenock
(4 July 1859)24 November 1862Private secretary to the Duke of Somerset, First Lord of the Admiralty
January 1864 Naval aide-de-camp to Queen Victoria
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