William Loney R.N. - Album
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Revd. Edwd. A. Williams, Chaplain RN

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Edward Adams Williams R.N. 
The second son of Henry Williams of Glasthule, Co Dublin
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
26 March 1826 Born
1848 Graduated from Trinity College, Dublin
1859 Wrote 'The Cruise Of The 'Pearl' Round The World'.
1872 Secretary of the Church Missionary Society for the Metropolitan District
1901 Honorary Chaplain to King Edward VII
1910 Honorary Chaplain to King George V
13 April 1913 Died (5 Queens Gate, Southsea)
3 March 1854Chaplain
25 April 1855Chaplain and Naval Instructor
Date fromDate toService
1849 Curate of Lye, Worcestershire
3 March 1854 Chaplain in St George, commanded by Harry EyresParticular service in the Baltic
May 1855 Chapl. and Naval Instr. in Hawke, commanded by Erasmus Ommanney, the Baltic, in the Gulf of Riga during the Russian War, and then at Falmouth
3 May 185615 January 1859Chaplain in Pearl, commanded by Edward Southwell Sotheby, Pacific, and with Pearl's Naval Brigade during the Indian Mutiny
29 June 18594 September 1860Chaplain in Emerald, commanded by Arthur Cumming, Channel squadron
1 September 18601862Chaplain in Royal Adelaide, commanded by William King Hall, steam reserve depot ship, Plymouth
7 February 18621864Chapl. And Naval Instr. in Impregnable, commanded by Charles Vesey, trainng ship, Devonport
28 February 1865 Chapl. And Naval Instr. in Cadmus, commanded by Alexander Crombie Gordon, North America and West Indies
4 April 1868 Chapl. And Naval Instr. in Excellent, commanded by Henry Boys, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
6 March 187519 May 1880Royal Marine Artillery Portsmouth
19 May 1880 Sheerness Dockyard
25 November 18811886Portsmouth Dockyard
1898 Honorary Chaplain to Queen Victoria


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