Benjamin Hulke


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth11.8.1708 - Deal, Kent, Deal ref:660
First Known Service1737ref:660
A.K.A.HulkADM354
SonBenjamin Hulke (1754-1799)ref:660
SonThomas Manley Hulke (1750-1787)ref:660
Last Known Service23.2.1757ref:660
Date of Death10.2.1757ref:660
Cause of DeathFeverref:660

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
17371742Service in the H.E.I.CADM 107/4
5.9.1755 Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/4/323RNLPC
16.11.1756 Lieutenant ADM 6/18/326ref:660

Notes on Officer


ADM 354/157/76ref:660

The widow of Lieutenant Hulke, late of the Dunkirk, has applied for his wages because the ship sailed before he got down to her and he was never entered on her books. He has not been found on the books as Lieutenant and John Wilson, 3rd Lieutenant is discharged in November 1756 and John Wills 3rd Lieutenant was entered in February 1757 and there was no 3rd Lieutenant borne between those times so Mr Hulke may be entered and paid as 3rd Lieutenant from the date of his Commissione to the 10th February when he died.




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