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Hon. Henry Carr Glyn R.N.

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Hon. Henry Carr Glyn R.N.Explanation
Son of George Carr Glyn (1797-1873), 1st Baron Wolverton
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
17 April 1829 Born
23 September 1858 Married Rose (1831-1870), daughter of Rev Denis Mahony (d1851)
187315 September 1877Naval aide-de-camp to Queen Victoria
29 May 1875 Companion of the Order of the Bath in Queen Victoria's Birthday Honours list
7 March 1876 Companion of the Order of the Star of India
16 February 1884 Died (London)
Obituary in the Times newspaper
 
DateRank
7 February 1852Lieutenant
15 January 1855Commander
20 August 1861Captain
16 September 1877Rear-Admiral
9 June 1882Vice-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
7 February 185215 February 1852Lieutenant in Scourge, commanded by Commander Lord Frederick Herbert Kerr, Mediterranean
16 February 185216 May 1852Lieutenant in Britannia, commanded by Thomas Wren Carter, flagship of Vice-Admiral James Whitley Deans Dundas, Mediterranean
17 May 18526 November 1852Lieutenant in Vengeance, commanded by Captain Lord Edward Russell, Mediterranean
7 November 185222 February 1855Lieutenant in Britannia, commanded by Captain Thomas Wren Carter, Mediterranean (and Black Sea during the Russian War)
23 February 185514 October 1855Commander in Hecate, West Coast of Africa (until Glyn was invalided home)
18 July 185621 August 1858Commander in Coquette, Mediterranean
4 October 186013 February 1862Commander in Miranda (from commissioning at Sheerness), Australia
15 January 186816 June 1869Captain in Doris (until paying off at Plymouth), West Indies
1 October 18692 March 1870Captain in Agincourt, Channel squadron
3 March 187015 September 1871Captain in Warrior, Channel squadron
1 March 18721 March 1875Captain in Duke of Wellington, flagship of the port admiral, Portsmouth
22 July 187524 March 1876Captain in Serapis (from commissioning at Portsmouth), to convey the Prince of Wales to India
20 June 188130 November 1881Second in command, Channel squadron, flag in Agincourt
1 December 188126 April 1882Commander-in-Chief, Channel squadron, flag in Agincourt
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