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Walter Cecil Talbot R.N.

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Walter Cecil Talbot R.N.Explanation
Son of Henry John Chetwynd, 18th Earl of Shrewsbury
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
27 March 1834 Born (Ingestre, Staffordshire)
1851 Played first class cricket for Marylebone Cricket Club
12 May 185918 July 1865M.P. for County of Waterford
1 June 1868 Assumed the surname of Carpenter by Royal License when he inherited the Tyrconnel property of his grandmother, the Countess of Tyrconnel
1869 Married Maria Georgiana (died 1876), daughter of Sir Robert Miller Mundy, K.C.M.G.
28 June 1882 Married, secondly, Beatrice, daughter of Thomas de Grey, 5th Baron Walsingham
13 May 1904 Died (Westminster)
1847Entered Navy
22 September 1854Lieutenant
16 June 1859Commander
11 April 1866Captain
29 December 1882Rear-Admiral
8 November 1888Vice-Admiral
28 May 1894Admiral
11 March 1896Retired Admiral
Date fromDate toService
24 June 1856 Lieutenant in Hannibal, commanded by John Charles Dalrymple Hay, flagship of Rear-Admiral Houston Stewart, Black Sea during the Russian War, then Mediterranean
6 December 1858 Lieutenant in Nile, flagship of Rear-Admiral Charles Talbot, Queenstown, as Flag-Lieutenant
18 November 18642 March 1865Commander in Steady, North America and West Indies
2 March 186514 April 1866Commander in Fawn, West Indies
19 January 187115 December 1871Captain in Bristol (from commissioning at Portsmouth until paying off at Portsmouth), naval cadet training ship
16 December 18712 September 1873Captain in Ariadne (from commissioning at Portsmouth until paying off at Portsmouth), naval cadet training ship, Mediterranean
16 October 1876 Captain in Duke of Wellington, flagship of Admiral Edward Gennys Fanshawe, flagship of the port admiral, Portsmouth
18801882Naval aide te camp to Queen Victoria
1 January 1887 , Senior officer, Queenstown

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