William Loney R.N. - Album
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Dr William Loney RN, Surgeon

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Loneys note to Annie:
"Retired as Insp. General
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Loneys note to Annie:
Retired as Insp. General"

William Loney R.N. 
Second child of William A Loney (1763-1834)
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
2 July 1817 Born (Erryville, Cashel, Co Tipperary)
27 July 1898 Died (Leign, Moretonhampstead, Devon)
19 November 1839Assistant Surgeon
1 November 1845Surgeon
18 February 1863Staff Surgeon
18 September 1872Deputy Inspector General
3 July 1877Retired Inspector General
Date fromDate toService
19 November 183915 September 1840Assistant Surgeon in Wanderer, commanded by Joseph Denman, West coast of Africa
16 November 18408 January 1841Acting Surgeon in Persian, commanded by Thomas Edward Symonds, West coast of Africa
9 January 184129 November 1842Assiatant Surgeon in Dolphin, commanded by Edward Littlehales, West coast of Africa
20 November 184321 February 1845Assistant Surgeon, Royal Marine Division, Woolwich
22 February 184529 June 1845Addnl. Assistant Surgeon in Penelope, commanded by William Jones, West coast of Africa
30 July 184531 October 1845Acting Surgeon in Pantaloon, commanded by Edmund Wilson, West coast of Africa
1 November 184511 May 1846Surgeon in Pantaloon, commanded by Edmund Wilson, West coast of Africa
12 May 184630 June 1846Surgeon, in charge of invalids at Ascension
16 July 184726 July 1850Surgeon in Amphitrite, commanded by Thomas Rodney Eden, West coast of Africa, then Pacific
25 January 185120 August 1851Surgeon in Apollo, commanded by James Rawstorne, particular service
17 January 185210 May 1856Surgeon in Hydra, commanded by Thomas Belgrave, Cape of Good Hope
17 December 185628 February 1858Surgeon in Melampus, commanded by Leopold George Heath, Coast-guard, Southampton water
1 March 185822 August 1859Surgeon in Arrogant, commanded by Leopold George Heath, Coast-guard, Southampton water
23 August 185918 January 1860Surgeon in Dauntless, commanded by Leopold George Heath, Coast-guard, Southampton Water
16 July 18602 April 1861Surgeon in Emerald, commanded by Arthur Cumming, Channel squadron
18 February 186314 April 1864Surgeon in Cumberland, commanded by Thomas Pickering Thompson, guard ship of the steam reserve, Sheerness
1 November 186517 November 1869Staff Surgeon, Haulbowline Hospital, Co. Cork
24 May 187130 September 1872Staff Surgeon in Glasgow, commanded by Theodore Morton Jones, flagship of Rear-Admiral James Horsford Cockburn, East Indies
1 October 187231 December 1874Deputy Inspector Gereral of Hospitals and Fleets, Hong Kong Hospital
1 January 18752 July 1877Deputy Inspector Gereral of Hospitals and Fleets, Haslar Hospital

Source: Admiralty Record of Service ADM 196/8, folio 251'.

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