John Binney Scott R.N.
John Binney Scott R.N.

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John Binney Scott R.N.Explanation
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1827 Born (Madras, India)
19 December 1878 Married Agnes Katherine (born 9 August 1856, Switzerland), 4th child of James George Clements (b 2 February 1823)
His son, Lieutenant John Stuart Binney-Scott, R,N. was lost when H.M. Submarine E 3 (Lieutenant Commander George F Cholmley) was torpedoed by U27 off Emms on 18th October 1914 with loss of all her crew. This was the first ever successful attack on one submarine by another.
28 January 1846Lieutenant
20 August 1861Commander
1 October 1873Retired Captain
Date fromDate toService
28 July 18574 March 1859Lieutenant and commander in Jaseur (from commissioning), North America and West Indies (until wreched on the Ronconebas Reef, 200 miles south-east of Jamaica; all saved)
10 August 1860 Lieutenant and commander in Caradoc, Mediterranean
24 June 18643 March 1865Commander in Cordelia (from commissioning at Plymouth), North America and West Indies (until Scott invalided)
26 August 1870 Commander in President, drill ship for Royal Naval Reserve, West India Docks

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