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Thomas Chaloner R.N.Explanation
Youngest son of Robert Chaloner, of Gainsborough, Yorkshire
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
6 February 1815 Born
1881 C.B. (Companion of the Bath)
20 October 1884 Died (at Guisborough, North Yorkshire)
 
DateRank
5 August 1827Entered Navy
15 November 1834Lieutenant
24 March 1845Commander
6 April 1853Captain
17 March 1869Retired Rear-Admiral
30 July 1875Retired Vice-Admiral
2 August 1879Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
26 March 1835 Lieutenant in Dublin, commanded by Charles Hope, flagship of Graham Eden Hamond, South America
8 December 1835 Lieutenant in Dublin, commanded by George Wickens Willes, flagship of Graham Eden Hamond, South America
18 April 1836 Lieutenant in Harrier, commanded by William Henry Hallowell Carew, South America
8 November 1839 Lieutenant in Wanderer, commanded by Joseph Denman, west coast of Africa
14 July 1841 Lieutenant in Bittern, commanded by Byron Charles Ferdinand P. Cary, west coast of Africa
1 July 1843 Lieutenant in Bittern, west coast of Africa
10 November 1846 Commander in Siren, west coast of Africa
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