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Samuel Hoskins Derriman R.N.Explanation
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1813 Born
1865 Married Caroline, daughter of William John Lysley
21 November 1897 Died (Queens Gate, London)
 
DateRank
14 February 1829Entered Navy
18 November 1842Lieutenant
11 October 1854Commander
11 September 1858Captain
31 March 1866Retired Captain
21 September 1876Retired Rear-Admiral
3 January 1881Retired Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
14 April 185111 October 1854Lieutenant commander in Caradoc, Mediterranean (until Derriman was promoted for his role as aide-de-camp to Lord Raglan, the British commander, during the battle of the Alma, 20 September 1854)
11 October 1854 Commander in Caradoc, tender to Britannia, Mediterranean and Black Sea during the Russian War (and bringing the remains of Lord Raglan - the British commander in the Crimea, who died there of dysentery on 9 July 1855 - back to England)
4 October 185516 September 1858Commander in Harrier, Baltic during the Russian War, then south-east coast of America
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