Compton Edward Domvile R.N.
Compton Edward Domvile R.N.

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Compton Edward Domvile R.N.Explanation
Son of Henry Barry Domvile (1813-1843)
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
10 October 1842 Born (Worcester, England)
3 November 1876 Married Isabella (c1852-1929), daughter of Captain Edmund Yates Peel (1826-1900)
18881891Naval aide-de-camp to Queen Victoria
1898 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
1903 G.V.C.O. (Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order)
1904 G.C.B. (Knight Grand Cross of the Bath)
19 November 1924 Died (Shipston on Stour, Gloucestershire, England)
Obituary in the Times newspaper
28 October 1862Lieutenant
2 September 1868Commander
27 March 1876Captain
4 January 1891Rear-Admiral
23 February 1897Vice-Admiral
25 January 1902Admiral
Date fromDate toService
22 November 18621 March 1866Lieutenant in Meeanee, commanded by Captain George Wodehouse, Mediterranean
20 May 18662 January 1869Lieutenant and commander in Algerine, China
28 January 187113 October 1872Commander (2ic) in Valiant, commanded by Captain Arthur Wilmshurst, Coast Guard, Tarbert, River Shannon
14 October 187225 May 1874Commander (2ic) in Immortalité, commanded by Captain Algernon McLennan Lyons, 1873 detached squadron
26 May 187430 July 1874Acting captain in Narcissus, 1873 detached squadron
13 August 187417 May 1876Commander in Dryad (from commissioning at Plymouth), North America and West Indies
1 May 187729 September 1879Captain of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich
30 September 187911 October 1882Captain in Dido (until paying off at , Barbados), west coast of Africa, then (October 1881), North America and West Indies
12 August 188217 August 1882Captain in Tyrian, depot ship, Jamaica
18 August 18824 October 1882Acting commodore in Tyrian, depot ship, Jamaica
5 October 18824 May 1883Captain in Dido, North America and West Indies
21 March 188412 November 1886Captain in Temeraire, Mediterranean
13 November 188630 June 1887Captain in Excellent, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
1 July 188731 August 1887Captain in Collingwood, Queen Victoria's Silver Jubilee Review at Spithead
18 July 188915 September 1889Captain in HoweExternal link, for manoeuvres
12 June 189021 May 1891Vice President of the Ordnance Committee
21 May 18914 March 1894Director of Naval Ordnance and Torpedoes
5 March 189413 May 1896Second-in-command, Mediterranean, flag in Trafalgar
10 May 189721 May 1900Superintendant of Naval Reserves, flag in Alexandra
19021905Commander-in-chief, Mediterranean, flag in Bulwark

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