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John Charles Dalrymple Hay R.N.

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John Charles Dalrymple Hay R.N.Explanation
Eldest surviving son of Sir James Dalrymple Hay, second baronet (1788-1861)
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
11 February 1821 Born (Edinburgh)
18 August 1847 Married the Hon. Eliza, third daughter of William Napier, eighth Baron Napier
19 March 1861 Succeeded as 3rd Baronet Dalrymple-Hay of Park, Wigtown
28 February 186213 July 1865M.P. (Conservative) for Wakefield
8 May 18661 April 1880M.P. (Conservative) for Stamford
1869 C.B. (Companion of the Bath)
1874 Privy Counsellor
2 August 18801885M.P. for Wigton
1885 K.C.B. (Knight Commander of the Bath)
1902 G.C.B. (Knight Grand Cross of the Bath)
28 January 1912 Died (London)
1834Entered Navy
15 August 1844Lieutenant
28 August 1846Commander
20 January 1850Captain
6 April 1866Rear-Admiral
1 April 1870Retired Rear-Admiral
30 April 1873Retired Vice-Admiral
21 March 1878Retired Admiral
Date fromDate toService
12 November 1844 Lieutenant in Agincourt, commanded by Henry William Bruce, flagship of Thomas John Cochrane, East Indies
1 March 1846 Lieutenant in Vestal, commanded by Charles Talbot, East Indies
January 184711 May 1847Commander in Wolverene (until paying off at Chatham), East Indies
6 December 1847 Commander in Columbine, East Indies
19 January 1854February 1855Captain in Victory, flagship of Vice-Admiral Thomas John Cockrane, Portsmouth
25 January 185520 November 1856Captain in Hannibal (until paying off at Portsmouth), flagship of Rear-Admiral Houston Stewart, Black Sea during the Russian War, then Mediterranean
25 November 1856 Captain in Indus, flagship of Rear-Admiral Houston Stewart, Devonport
13 July 186618 December 1868Commissioner of the Admiralty (4th Naval Lord)

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