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Edmund Moubray Lyons R.N.Explanation
Son of Rear-Admiral Sir Edmund Lyons, Bart. (under whose orders he was, when he was killed)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
23 June 1819 Born
23 June 1855 Died (mortally wounded on 18th June when in command of Miranda, when that vessel engaged the batteries at Savastopol)
 
DateRank
10 July 1829Entered Navy
10 June 1841Lieutenant
9 November 1846Commander
4 October 1849Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
1841 Additional Lieutenant in Howe, commanded by Robert Smart, flagship of Francis Mason, second in command, Mediterranean
1 March 1842 Lieutenant in Rodney, commanded by Robert Maunsell, Mediterranean
11 January 1844 Additional Lieutenant in Queen, commanded by John Baker Porter Hay, flagship of Edward William Campbell Rich Owen, Mediterranean
15 April 1844 Lieutenant in Aigle, commanded by Lord Clarence Edward Paget, Mediterranean
19 June 1845 Lieutenant in Tyne, commanded by William Nugent Glascock, Mediterranean
10 April 1846 Lieutenant in Siren, commanded by Harry Edmond Edgell, Mediterranean
7 June 1848 Commander in Pilot, East Indies
25 February 185423 June 1855Captain in Miranda (from commissioning at Sheerness), White Sea (in Sir Erasmus Ommanney's squadron) then Black Sea during the Russian War (until he died)
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