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Federico Carlos Gravina y Napoli

Date of Birth1756 
Place of BirthPalermo 
Date of Death1806/03/09 
Place of DeathCadiz 
ShipDate fromDate toEventSource
 1768 Entered the Navy 
Capitan de fragata, 1779 
Castilla 1782/12/211783/10/31As Commanding Officer 
Juno 1783/07 As Commanding Officer 
Capitan de navio, 1790 
San Francisco de Paula 1790 As Commanding OfficerTODO
Jefe de Escuadra, 1793TODO
San Hermenegildo 17931794As Flag OfficerTODO
Neptuno 1801/12/14 As Flag OfficerB006
Teniente General, 1805B006
Argonauta 1805/03/251805/09/01As Flag OfficerB006
 1805/07/22 3rd Battle of Cape FinisterreB006
Principe de Asturias 1805/09/03 As Flag OfficerB006
 1805/10/21 Commanded the Squadron of Observation at the Battle of Trafalgar
Montanes 1805/11/021805/12/05As Flag OfficerB006
Capitan General, 1806B006
TODO Todo a BaborUnknownWeb Site
B006 La Campaña de Trafalgar (1804-1805) Corpus Documental (2 vols)J Ignacio González-AllerBook
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Posted by Mario Gravina on Saturday 2nd of February 2013 11:01

I have been fascinated in my Farther's past since a friend of my brother came up with some information of my great-great grandfather vice admiral Federico Carlos Gravina and ever since Iv'e always try'd to find out more and to find pages like these,well what can I say but wow and thank you...

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