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Reginald Yorke R.N.

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Reginald Yorke R.N.Explanation
Son of Rev. Philip Yorke (1770-1817), Prebendary of Ely
 
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
24 November 1803 Born (Great Horksley, Essex, England)
30 November 1854 Married (at Paddington, London) Harriet (c1822-1906), daughter of John Walker (1780-1837)
17 December 1870 Died (Cagebrook, Herefordshire, England)
 
DateRank
5 February 1817Entered Navy
2 August 1826Lieutenant
20 November 1833Commander
30 June 1846Captain
9 February 1864Retired Rear-Admiral
 
Date fromDate toService
2 August 1826September 1827Lieutenant in Blanche, commanded by William Bowen Mends , South America
19 August 1828 Lieutenant in Meteor, commanded by David Hope, Mediterranean
4 February 1830 Lieutenant in Asia, commanded by William James Hope Johnstone, Mediterranean
25 May 1831 Lieutenant in Donegal, commanded by John Dick, then Arthur Fanshawe
1 May 183320 November 1833Flag Lieutenant to Sir William Hargood in San Josef, commanded by Gordon Thomas Falcon, flagship of Sir William Hargood on the Plymouth station
12 May 184230 June 1846Commander in Albatross, North America and West Indies, then west coast of Africa (capturing the following slaveships: a brigantine assumed to be 'Piedad' on 7 October 1844, 'Albanez' on 1 March 1845, 'Beija Flor'on 5 July 1845 and a brig, name unknown, on 11 July 1845)
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