Frederick Maitland


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service11.6.1750CSORN
Last Known Service9.1782CSORN
Date of Death1786CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
11.6.1750 Lieutenant ADM 6/18/10CSORN
17.1.1757 Commander ADM 6/18/345CSORN
17.1.17579.3.1759Port Royal (12), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/18/345BWAS-1714
9.3.1759 Captain ADM 6/19/112CSORN
9.3.17597.8.1759Lively (20), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/19/112
Commission confirmed 15.11.1759
BWAS-1714
7.8.175916.4.1761Lively (20), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/19/355
Commission confirmed 9.10.1761
ADM 6/19
18.10.1760 Action off Cuba 
16.4.17619.1764Renown (30), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/19/355
Commission confirmed 9.10.1761
BWAS-1714
1.177812.1778Elizabeth (74), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1714
27.7.1778 1st Battle of Ushant 
7.17791780Elizabeth (74), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1714
6.7.1779 Battle of Grenada 
18.12.1779 Combat de la Martinique 
17.4.1780 Battle of Martinique 
15.5.1780 Action of 15th March 1780 
19.5.1780 Action of 19th March 1780 
1.17819.1782Queen (90), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1714
12.12.1781 2nd Battle of Ushant 
12.12.1781 Action of 1781-12-12 

Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
CSORNCommissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner SmithWeb Site
BWAS-1714British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792Rif WinfieldBook
ADM 6/19ADM 6/19 Commission and Warrant Book 1758 Nov.-1763 Archive

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Posted by Tim Oakley on Thursday 15th of March 2018 09:35

Frederick Lewis Maitland (20 Jan 1730 - 16 Dec 1786)
He was promoted to Rear admiral in 1786, but died before the news reached him


Posted by Brian Stephens on Saturday 5th of April 2014 19:17

The Edinburgh Advertiser, Feb. 1, 1780
By letters from on board his Majesty's ship Elizabeth, commanded by the Hon. Capt. Frederick Maitland, dated Carlisle Bay, Barbadoes, 16th October last, we learn that the fleet was just returned from a five week's cruize and had brought in twelve sail of French ships, six of which were taken by the Elizabeth, viz. four King's ships, and two others.; two of the King's ships of 30 guns, extreme fine frigates. Capt, Maitland had been ill before they fell in with these ships, and the fatigue of chasing, brought on bilious fever; but he is now perfectly recovered.

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