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James Seagrove


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service29.10.1810CSORN
Last Known Service29.10.1810CSORN

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29.10.1810 LieutenantCSORN


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Posted by John Seagrove on Tuesday 28th of September 2021 20:21

James Seagrove of Portsmouth. Royal Navy service 1799-1815

Prince-98g s.o.l: June 1799-August 1800 Vol.1st C/Landsman
August 1800-May 1802 Midshipman
Penelope-36g frigate: June 1802-July 1803 Midshipman

Starling-14g sloop: Sept. 1803-Feb.1805 Midshipman
[Barfleur]

Fervent-12g sloop: Feb.1805-July 1807 Midshipman
Lieutenant Board September 1807 - passed

Rambler-14g sloop: May 1808-October 1810 Actng Lt.

Menelaus-38g frigate [Capt Sir P Parker]: November 1810-Oct.1815 Appointment 1810 as junior lieutenant.

Lt James Seagrove RN [26] laid off on 1/2 pay Oct.1815 Portsmouth. Migrated 1818 to Bengal Presidency.

Source: A biographical account of James Seagrove RN - a service life 1799 to 1815. Researched and written by John Seagrove UK 2021.


Posted by John Seagrove on Sunday 19th of April 2020 18:32

Lt James Seagrove on 1/2 pay 1816. Died Calcutta 1822 in employ of EIC, aged 39

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