Cuthbert Baines

RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth1743 - Layham, Suffolk ref:980
First Known Service25.9.1755CSORN
A.K.A.BaynesADM 6/19
A.K.A.BainsADM 6/16
FatherJohn Baines (1700–1776)ref:719
MotherElizabeth Johnson (1711–1804)ref:719
WifeLydia Veale (1747-1803) - Married 25.8.1774 - Saint Buryan Church, Penzance, Cornwall ref:719
WifeMary Anne Mawby - Married 1808ADM6
SonJames Johnson Baines (1778–1854)ref:719
Last Known Service25.10.1809CSORN
Date of Death25.12.1810 - Duke st, Manchester sq., London CSORN
Will Probated15.1.1811, PROB 11/1518/191

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
2.17559.1755Served seven months in the merchant service.ref:980
25.9.175521.5.1756Hampton Court (64), Captain's Servantref:980
21.5.17562.7.1756Prince George (80), Captain's Servantref:980
2.7.175628.10.1756Buckingham (68), Captain's Servantref:980
29.10.175618.7.1757Buckingham (68), Ordinary Seamanref:980
6.6.175719.10.1758Intrepid (64), Midshipmanref:980
18.7.175724.10.1757Intrepid (60), Captain's Servantref:980
5.9.17576.10.1757Raid on Rochefort 
24.10.17576.6.1758Intrepid (60), Landmanref:980
4.3.1761 Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/23/392RNLPC
11.3.1761 Lieutenant ADM 6/19/290CSORN
26.3.17617.8.1761Minerva (32), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/19/302ref:980
30.10.177021.1.1771Namur (90), Sixth Lieutenant ADM 6/20/306ADM 6/20
21.1.1771 Commander ADM 6/20/341CSORN
21.1.177129.7.1774Falcon (14), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/20/341BWAS-1714
7.17777.1780Appointed to the Impress ServiceADM354
25.10.1809 Superannuated CaptainCSORN

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