Charles Haydon R.N.
Charles Haydon R.N.

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Charles Haydon R.N.Explanation
Date (from)(Date to)Personal
30 June 1793 Born
12 March 1822 Married Miss Sarah Lincoln, of Chard, Somerset
1866 Died
16 October 1803Entered Navy
28 December 1810Lieutenant
28 June 1851Retired Commander
Date fromDate toService
18101812Lieutenant in Stately, commanded by Edward Stirling Dickson, off Cadiz
December 1812 Lieutenant in Barfleur, commanded by Edward Berry, Mediterranean
1813 Lieutenant in Tremendous, commanded by Robert Campbell, Mediterranean
1813 Lieutenant in Prince of Wales, commanded by John Erskine Douglas, Mediterranean
1813 Lieutenant in Guadeloupe, commanded by Arthur Stow, Mediterranean
1813 Lieutenant in Guadeloupe, commanded by Charles Hole, Mediterranean
1813August 1814Lieutenant in Guadeloupe, commanded by Charles Pengelly, Mediterranean
26 June 1815 Lieutenant in Cephalus, commanded by John Furneaux, coast of France during the 100 days
6 November 1815 Lieutenant in Ramillies, flagship of William Johnstone Hope, Leith
5 June 1818 Lieutenant in Carron, commanded by John Furneaux, East Indies
27 August 18461 September 1846Lieutenant in Poictiers, commanded by Thomas Bourchier, Chatham
1 September 1846 , the Ordinary, Chatham
28 August 1847 Lieutenant and commander in Spider, south-east coast of America

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