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Sir George Burlton

 
NationalityBritish
Date of Death1815/09/21EWIKI
ShipDate fromDate toEventSource
Lieutenant, 1777/09/15W032
Camel 1783/041784/07As Commanding OfficerB057
Commander, 1794/07/05W032
Lively 17951795/03/01As Commanding OfficerB064
Captain, 1795/03/16W032
Vengeance 1795/09 As Commanding OfficerB057
Saldanha 1796/121797As Commanding OfficerB064
Haarlem 1798/041801As Commanding OfficerB064
Africaine 1801/071802/02As Commanding OfficerB064
Success 1802 As Commanding OfficerB057
Adamant 1804/061805/10As Commanding OfficerB057
Resolution 1806/011809/07As Commanding OfficerB057
 1807/08/151807/09/07Second Battle of CopenhagenB057
 1809/04/11 Battle of the Basque RoadsB057
Rodney 1810/021811/08/01As Commanding OfficerB064
Ville de Paris 1812 As Commanding OfficerB064
Boyne 1813/031814/08As Commanding OfficerB064
Rear-Admiral of the White, 1814/06/04W032
Cornwallis 1814/121815/09/21As Flag OfficerB064
Appointed Commander-in-Chief at East Indies, 1815/06EWIKI
Appointed Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath Exmouth, 1815/01/02TKE1
Sources
IDDescriptionAuthorType
EWIKI WikipediaVariousWeb Site
W032 Commissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner SmithWeb Site
B057 British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792Rif WinfieldBook
B064 British Warships in the Age of Sail 1793 - 1817Rif WinfieldBook
TKE1 The Knights of England. A complete record Vol IWilliam Arthur Shaw and George Dames BurtchaellDigital Book
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