Charles Thomas William George Cerjat R.N.
Charles Thomas William George Cerjat R.N.

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Charles Thomas William George Cerjat R.N.Explanation
Second son of Lt-Colonel Charles Sigismund Cerjat (1772-1848), of the 1st Dragoon Guards
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
2 March 1820 Born (Switzerland)
1 February 1849 Married Helen (1821-1902), third daughter of Major James Mill, and widow of Charles Leaviss (-1842)
5 February 1869 Died (Amélie les Bains, France)
Entry in O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'
4 May 1846Lieutenant
15 May 1861Commander
Date fromDate toService
4 May 184610 August 1846Lieutenant in Comus, commanded by Edward Augustus Inglefield, during the Anglo-French action in Uruguay
11 August 184625 October 1846Lieutenant in Vernon, commanded by Captain John Coghlan Fitzgerald, South-east coast of America
26 October 184618 October 1848Lieutenant in Comus, commanded by Commander Thomas Sparke Thompson then Commander Edwin Clayton Tennyson D'Eyncourt, south-east coast of America
26 February 185324 February 1854Lieutenant in Blenheim, commanded by Captain William Honeyman Henderson then Frederick Thomas Pelham, guard ship, Portsmouth, then in the Baltic during the Russian War
5 March 185410 November 1854Lieutenant in Hogue, commanded by Captain William Ramsay, the Baltic during the Russian War
11 March 185415 November 1854Lieutenant in Gorgon, commanded by Captain Arthur Cumming then Captain Peter Cracroft, the Baltic during the Russian War
19 September 185529 October 1858Lieutenant and commander in Jackall (until paying off at Sheerness), particular service
25 April 185911 May 1861Lieutenant in Asia, commanded by Captain George Thomas Gordon, guard ship of Ordinary, Portsmouth
27 November 186231 October 1865Coast Guard (Southsea)

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