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James Newburgh Strange R.N.Explanation
Son of Sir T Strange, Chief Justice of Madras
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
2 October 1812 Born
1 November 1894 Died (North-hill, Bagshot, Surrey)
 
DateRank
18 April 1827Entered Navy
23 February 1838Lieutenant
28 March 1842Commander
10 January 1854Captain
10 September 1869Rear-Admiral
1 April 1870Retired Rear-Admiral
22 March 1876Retired Vice-Admiral
9 January 1880Retired Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
24 February 1838 Lieutenant in Cornwallis, commanded by Richard Grant, flagship of Charles Paget, North America and West Indies
28 July 1838February 1840Lieutenant in Inconstant, commanded by Daniel Pring, North America and West Indies
30 July 1840 Additional Lieutenant in William and Mary, commanded by Phipps Hornby, Woolwich
1 October 1840November 1841Lieutenant in Wilberforce, commanded by William Allen, 1841 Niger expedition
November 184130 March 1842Lieutenant in Albert, commanded by Edmund Gardiner Fishborne, 1841 Niger expedition
2 April 185015 November 1853Commander in Archer (from commissioning at Plymouth until paying off at Woolwich), west coast of Africa, then Leith (fishery protection)
20 June 18597 February 1863Captain in Mars (from commissioning at Sheerness until paying off at Sheerness), Channel squadron, then (October 1860), the Mediterranean
14 April 186331 March 1864Captain in Cornwallis, Coast Guard, the Humber (replaced by Dauntless)
June 186430 September 1865Captain in Dauntless, Coast Guard, the Humber
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