Edward Wilmot R.N.
Edward Wilmot R.N.


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Edward Wilmot R.N.Explanation
Son of Sir Henry Sacheverel Wilmot (1801-1872), baronet, of Chaddesden, Derbyshire
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
1828 Born
15 August 1863 Died; killed while serving in Euryalus during the bombardment of Kagoshima ('Anglo-Satsuma War')
 
DateRank
12 March 1852Mate
26 September 1853Lieutenant
24 December 1861Commander
 
Date fromDate toService
12 March 185221 June 1852Mate in Queen, commanded by Captain Charles Wise, Mediterranean
22 June 185223 June 1853Mate in Prince Regent, commanded by Captain Frederick Hutton, Channel squadron
24 June 185325 September 1853Mate in Victoria and Albert, commanded by Captain William Crispin, Portsmouth
26 October 185316 November 1853Lieutenant in Royal Albert (according to service record ADM 196/70/61, however Royal Albert was only launched in May 1854)
20 November 18583 May 1859Flag Lieutenant in Indus, commanded by Captain John Charles Dalrymple Hay, flagship of Vice-Admiral Houston Stewart on the North America and West Indies station
3 May 1859April 1861Flag Lieutenant in Hannibal, commanded by Captain Matthew Connolly, flagship of Rear-Admiral George Rodney Mundy on the Mediterranean station
30 July 186124 December 1861Acting Commander (2ic) in Agamemnon, commanded by Captain Thomas Hope, Mediterranean
29 January 186315 August 1863Commander (2ic) in Euryalus, East Indies and China (until he was killed during the bombardment of Kagoshima ('Anglo-Satsuma War'))


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