Isaac George Manley


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth3.1755 - London  
First Known Service6.1768CSORN
FatherJohn Manley (1716-1801)CCSU
MotherAnn Hammond (1722-1793)CCSU
WifeFrances Pole (176?-1839)CCSU
SonJohn Shawe (1794-1857)CCSU
DaughterAnn Frances Pole [Salwey] (1792-1862)CCSU
BrotherJohn Manley (1730-1793)CCSU
SisterMaria (1752-?)CCSU
SisterLouisa (1760-1833)CCSU
BrotherRobert Kenrick (1762-1842)CCSU
Last Known Service4.6.1814CSORN
Date of Death1837CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
6.17682.1771Endeavour (6), Servant 
2.17718.1771Endeavour (6), Midshipman 
30.11.17718.4.1772Drake (12), Midshipman 
8.4.177210.1772Terrible (74), Midshipman 
10.17724.1774Thames (32), Midshipman 
7.5.1777 Lieutenant ADM 6/22/42CSORN
1782 Prince George (26), Second Lieutenantref:781
18.12.1782 CommanderCSORN
22.11.1790 CaptainCSORN
22.11.1790 Flora (36), Captain and Commanding OfficerCSORN
1791 Married Francis (two children)CSORN
25.10.1809 Rear-Admiral of the BlueCSORN
31.7.1810 Rear-Admiral of the WhiteCSORN
12.8.1812 Rear-Admiral of the RedCSORN
4.6.1814 Vice-Admiral of the BlueCSORN

Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
  Book
CSORNCommissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner Smith / Syrett & DiNardoWeb Site
CCSUThe Captain Cook Society Web Site
ref:781Tarih Dergisi vol 46 - 1827 Navarin Deniz Savaşi ve Osmanlı DonanmasıAli Fuat ÖrençPeriodical

Previous comments on this page

Posted by Terry manley on Friday 9th of November 2018 00:48

Of great interest as a nephew has same name and our coat of arms is the black hand as was admiral Isaac manleys father,a solicitor in London at the Temple. Will continue research further.


Posted by Cy on Wednesday 22nd of August 2018 07:15

Colin, Look closely, near the top, and all shall become apparent


Posted by Colin George Manley on Wednesday 22nd of August 2018 06:52

Who were Isaacs children?


Posted by Geoffrey Galpin on Tuesday 21st of August 2018 00:57

Thank you Captain Cooks Apprentice, was enough to stimulate my interest for more information on Isaac Manley.


Posted by Geoffrey Galpin on Tuesday 21st of August 2018 00:56

Thank you Captain Cooks Apprentice, was enough to stimulate my interest for more information on Isaac Manley.

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