John Neville


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service1673CSORN
Last Known Service28.7.1693CSORN
Date of Death17.8.1697CSORN
Cause of Deathyellow fever as 1300 of his captains and seamenE-WIKI

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
1673 LieutenantCSORN
bef.9.1676aft.21.5.1677Sapphire (32), Lieutenant ADM 8/1/78ADM8
21.2.1680/81 CaptainCSORN
23.2.1680/8110.6.1681Anne (8), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603
16859.1685Rupert (64), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603
6.9.16851686Garland (22), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603
8.16861687Crown (48), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603
3.9.168826.12.1689Henrietta (58), Captain and Commanding Officer: On board from 18.9.1688BWAS-1603
25.9.16881690Elizabeth (70), Captain and Commanding OfficerB051
1.5.1689 Battle of Bantry Bay 
30.4.1690 John Nevill, Captain, HMS Henrietta. Royal Navy Court Martial, 30 April 1690. Crime: Loss of HMS Henrietta. Verdict: Not Guilty.ADM 1/5253
30.6.1690 Battle of Beachy Head 
16911692Kent (70), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603
19.5.1692 Battle of Barfleur 
2.6.16924.6.1692Battle of La Hogue 
28.7.1693 Rear-Admiral of the BlueCSORN
12.169310.1695Royal Oak (70), as Flag Officer, Rear-Admiral of the BlueB051
169627.8.1697Cambridge (80), as Flag Officer, Vice-AdmiralBWAS-1603
28.4.1696 Rear-Admiral of the RedCSORN
10.1696 Vice-AdmiralCSORN
3.10.169612.10.1696Appointed Commander-in-Chief — PortsmouthADM 6/4
2.11.169627.8.1697Appointed Commander-in-Chief — The Mediterranean SeaADM 6/4
8.1697 His fleet contract the yellow fever after the capture of a hospital ship of Armement Mixte of Jean-Baptiste du Casse returning in France.E-WIKI


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