Edward Collier R.N.
Edward Collier R.N.


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Edward Collier R.N.Explanation
Son of James Collier
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
25 December 1793 Born
20 January 1816 Married Isabella Mary (1799-1874), second daughter of the late Capt. John Montgomery, of the 15th Foot
11 February 1859 Died (Stoke Damerel, Devonshire, England)
Entry in O'Byrnes 1849 'Naval Biographical Dictionary'
 
DateRank
3 April 1807Entered Navy
28 February 1815Lieutenant
1 May 1845Commander
21 November 1857Retired Captain
 
Date fromDate toService
8 September 1818 Lieutenant in Hyperion (1807, fifth rate), commanded by Thomas Searle
5 March 1825 Additional lieutenant in Hyperion (1807, fifth rate), commanded by Captain William James Mingaye, for the Coast Blockade
30 April 1827 Lieutenant in Windsor CastleExternal link, commanded by Edward Durnford King, Lisbon
3 October 1828 Lieutenant in Ranger, commanded by William Walpole, Chatham
8 January 1829 Lieutenant in Galatea, commanded by Charles Napier, patricular service
10 July 1832 Lieutenant commander in Goldfinch, Falmouth
11 September 1839 Lieutenant commander in Lyra, Falmouth
31 October 18431 May 1845Lieutenant in Caledonia, flagship of Admiral David Milne, Devonport
16 November 184610 January 1848Commander (2ic) in Trafalgar, commanded by Captain John Neale Nott, coast of Portugal in 1846 Squadron of Evolution
11 January 184825 May 1848Commander (2ic) in Ocean, commanded by Captain John Neale Nott, flagship of Vice-Admiral John Neale Nott on the Nore station (but then rdered to be discharged the day after appointment!)


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