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Augustus Frederick Kynaston R.N.Explanation
Son of Roger Kynaston (1776-1847)
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
12 November 1814 Born
21 June 1855 Married Catherine Mary, daughter of General and Lady Charlotte Bacon, at St. James Church, Piccadilly
23 December 1857 Granted a patent (no 3150 of 1857) for "an improved slip or disengaging hook"
21 March 1860 Died (Plymouth, from the effects of his wounds)
 
DateRank
30 September 1830Entered Navy
10 November 1842Lieutenant
15 December 1852Commander
18 January 1855Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
7 January 1851 Lieutenant in Cumberland, commanded by George Henry Seymour, flagship of Vice-Admiral George Francis Seymour, North America and West Indies
15 December 1852 Commander (2ic) in Cumberland, commanded by George Henry Seymour, flagship of Vice-Admiral George Francis Seymour, North America and West Indies
12 July 1854 Commander in Spiteful (from commissioning at Woolwich), the Baltic during the Russian War, being severely wounded during the first attack on Sebastopol on 17th October 1854
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