Patrick Mouat


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birthc.1712 - Northmavine, Shetland Islands CSORN
First Known Service1734CSORN
A.K.A.MowatCSORN
FatherJames Mouatref:1173
MotherElizabeth Mackenzieref:1173
WifeMargaretref:1173
SonHenry Mowat (1734-1798)EWIKI
SonFrederick Mouat (d.1786)ref:1173
SonJamesref:1173
SonStephen Peter Mouat (c.1751-1834)ref:1173
SonAlexander Mouat (c.1761-1793)ref:1173
SonCharles (c.1761-1830)ref:1173
Last Known Service19.6.1766CSORN
Date of Death5.5.1790 - Westminster CSORN
Will Probated20.5.1790, PROB 11/1192/146

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
17341740Service as a merchant seamanADM 107/4
9.12.1745 Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/4/34RNLPC
20.1.1745/46 Lieutenant ADM 6/17/45CSORN
22.5.1758 Commander ADM 6/18/516CSORN
22.5.17587.4.1762Cormorant (8), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/18/516BWAS-1714
5.6.175812.6.1758Raid on Saint-Malo 
7.4.176227.6.1762Gramont (18), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/19/396BWAS-1714
26.3.176428.4.1765Tamar (16), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/20/18BWAS-1714
28.4.1765 Captain ADM 6/20/124CSORN
28.4.176519.6.1766Dolphin (24), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/20/124
Issued by John Byron (1723-1786), East Indies
Commission confirmed 12.6.1766
BWAS-1714
1.7.1779 Included in the list of captains receiving half-pay.ADM104

Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
CSORNCommissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner Smith / Syrett & DiNardoWeb Site
ref:1173Mowat GenealogyAlaander MowattFamily History
EWIKIWikipediaVariousWeb Site
ADM 107/4ADM 107/4 1745-1757 Lieutenants' passing certificates. Archive
RNLPCRoyal Navy Lieutenants' Passing Certificates 1691-1902Bruno PappalardoBook
BWAS-1714British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792Rif WinfieldBook
ADM104ADM 104 Officers entitled to Half Pay Document

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Posted by Kevin Salisbury on Sunday 28th of October 2012 22:22

Any ideas of how to get information from logs of Tamar and Dolphin under Byron's command. We have substantive data from "Danger Island" 21 June 1765 about a fracas that the official published logs don't record. All they say was that "a large vessel under sail was at a distance from the shore"
Tamar Captain's log and master's log missing from National Archives. Where to now?

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