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Frederick Erskine Johnston R.N.Explanation
Second son of Sir Alexander Johnston, F.R.S., of Carnsalloch, Dunfries
 
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DateRank
4 September 1828Entered Navy
28 June 1838Lieutenant
9 November 1846Commander
 
Date fromDate toService
25 July 1838 Lieutenant in Tyne, commanded by John Townshend, Mediterranean
6 January 1841 Lieutenant in Powerful, flagship of Commodore Charles Napier, Mediterranean
28 August 1841 Lieutenant in Formidable, commanded by Edward Thomas Troubridge, Sheerness
2 October 1841 Lieutenant in Queen, commanded by George Frederick Rich, flagship of Edward William Campbell Rich Owen, Mediterranean
23 October 1844 Lieutenant in Formidable, commanded by George Frederick Rich, flagship of Edward William Campbell Rich Owen, Mediterranean
2 February 184821 September 1849Commander in Scout, East Indies
10 May 185429 August 1854Commander in Mariner (from commissioning at Plymouth), Plymouth
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