Corbet James D'Auvergne


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth1765 - Saint Helier CSORN
First Known Service20.1.1794CSORN
FatherCharles Dauvergneref:719
MotherElisabeth Bandinelref:719
WifeMarie Victoire de Rohan - Married 1823ref:719
Half-brotherPhilippe Dauvergne, Duc de Bouillonref:719
Last Known Service1814CSORN
Date of Death1825CSORN
Will Probated14.6.1825, PROB 11/1699/200

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
20.1.1794 LieutenantCSORN
180713.10.1807Majestic (74), First Lieutenantref:719
9.18071814Appointed Lieutenant Governor of Heligolandref:719
13.10.1807 CommanderCSORN
18091.8.1811Albacore (16), Commander and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1793
9.18103.1811Autumn (14), Commander and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1793
1.8.1811 CaptainCSORN


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Posted by carol garnett on Tuesday 20th of June 2017 22:12

I have complete letters of "A trip to the Eastward" By Thomas Mandy. to John lees esq.of dublin. I'd like to have more information. I am finding them fascinating to read. capt Vancouver. etc CIRCA 1790.


Posted by Sue Bowers on Tuesday 20th of June 2017 05:26

Did Corbet have an Aide-de-Camp on Heligoland 1807-1814?
I have John Stansfield as Adjudant des gouverneur on Heligoland and a forebear and trying to clarify his position there.


Posted by Tim Oakley on Thursday 7th of June 2012 20:41

Feb 19 1800 French, gun vessel #57 taken by Aristocrat 18 Lt Corbet James D’Auvergne off Cape Frehel, Northern Brittany

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