Radulphus Bryce Oldfield R.N.
Radulphus Bryce Oldfield R.N.


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Radulphus Bryce Oldfield R.N.Explanation
Son of Major General Sir John Oldfield (1789-1863)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
29 June 1827 Born (Westbourne, Sussex)
6 February 1877 Died (Brook House, Clapton Road, Hackney, London)
 
DateRank
14 October 1847Lieutenant
29 September 1855Commander
15 April 1862Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
14 November 184616 June 1847Mate in Excellent, commanded by Captain Henry Ducie Chads, gunnery ship, Portsmouth, and Superintendent of Royal Naval College
17 June 184713 October 1847Mate in Victoria and Albert, commanded by Captain Lord Adolphus Fitzclarence, Portsmouth
1 November 18477 August 1851Lieutenant in Maeander, commanded by Henry Keppel, East Indies
15 January 185219 June 1853Lieutenant in Vengeance, commanded by Captain Lord Edward Russell, Mediterranean
20 June 185319 November 1853Lieutenant in Inflexible, commanded by Commander George Otway Popplewell, Mediterranean
20 November 185322 December 1853Lieutenant in Bellerophon, commanded by Captain George Paulet, Mediterranean
23 December 185313 November 1855Lieutenant in London, commanded by Captain Charles Eden then Captain Lewis Tobias Jones then Captain Augustus Leopold Kuper, the Baltic then the Mediterranean during the Russian War
15 May 185618 May 1857Commander in Lynx, Mediterranean
12 November 185716 August 1861Commander in Lyra (from commissioning at Woolwich), Cape of Good Hope
17 August 186122 April 1882Commander in Ariel, Cape of Good Hope
10 November 18659 September 1869Captain in Malacca (from commissioning at Portsmouth until paying off at Portsmouth), Pacific
14 June 18718 October 1872Captain in Topaze (from commissioning at Plymouth), 1871 Detached Squadron
26 April 187314 March 1875Captain in Achilles, Portland (Reserve squadron)
15 March 18759 October 1875Captain in Indus, flagship of Rear-Admiral William Charles Chamberlain, superintendent of Devonport Dockyard


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