Charles George Fane R.N.
Charles George Fane R.N.

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Charles George Fane R.N.Explanation
Son of Colonel Fane of Falbeck Hall, Lincolnshire
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
14 November 1837 Born
1875 Married Mary, youngest daughter of Sir Edward Kenny, of Halifax, Nova Scotia
1 June 1888 Naval aide de camp to Queen Victoria
9 November 1901 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
22 February 1909 Died (Aberdeen)
1851Entered Navy
19 May 1859Lieutenant
16 October 1868Commander
9 August 1875Captain
5 August 1890Rear-Admiral
9 November 1896Vice-Admiral
January 1902Retired Admiral
Date fromDate toService
11 June 18601861Lieutenant in St George, commanded by Francis Egertonflagship of Rear-Admiral Edmund Lyons, Plymouth, then (May 1861) North America and West Indies
29 May 1866 Lieutenant in Caledonia, commanded by Fitzgerald Algernon Charles Foley, flagship of Rear-Admiral Hastings Reginald Yelverton, Mediterranean (second in command)
22 January 1867 Lieutenant in Galatea, commanded by Duke of Edinburghundertaking an extensive world tour to South America, the Cape, Australia, China, India and Japan (interrupted on 12 March 1868, by a Fenian assassination attempt at Sydney, when the ship returned to England to allow him to recover)
2 November 188013 December 1882Captain in Tenedos (until paying off at Antigua), North America and West Indies
14 December 18828 January 1884Captain in Tenedos (from commissioning at Antigua), North America and West Indies (senior officer on the Newfoundland fishery station)
11 July 188522 April 1886Captain in Hector (until paying off at Portsmouth), guard ship, Southampton
19 April 188622 November 1886Captain in Northampton, guard ship, Southampton
23 November 188631 May 1888Captain in Invincible, guard ship, Southampton (off Netley) and in the First Reserve Squadron at the Naval review for Queen Victoria's golden jubilee (23 July 1887)
1 June 18886 August 1890Captain in Duncan, Superintendent of Sheerness dockyard (then flag in Wildfire)
1 February 189229 January 1896Admiral superintendent of Portsmouth dockyard

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