Come and ask, answer or inform.
|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|15.12.1730||19.12.1731||Bedford (70), Ordinary Seaman ADM 107/3/313||ADM107/3|
|20.12.1731||31.3.1732||Dursley Galley (20), Able Seaman ADM 107/3/313||ADM107/3|
|1.4.1732||1.10.1732||Canterbury (60), Able Seaman||ADM107/3|
|22.12.1734||3.2.1736/37||Dursley Galley (20), Midshipman ADM 107/3/313||ADM107/3|
|3.2.1736/37||Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/3/313||RNLPC|
|27.9.1740||Lieutenant ADM 6/15/338||CSORN|
|27.9.1740||18.6.1741||Phaeton (8), Lieutenant ADM 6/15/338||ADM 6/15|
|4.3.1740/41||5.1741||Operations against Cartagena|
|19.6.1741||15.3.1741/42||Cumberland (8), Lieutenant ADM 6/15/450|
Commission confirmed 7.9.1741
|21.1.1741/42||1.4.1743||Newcastle (50), Third Lt. & Lt. at Arms ADM 6/16/5||ADM 6/16|
Date: 1745 Jun 28
Mr Metcalfe, late Purser, the Newcastle, Portsmouth. Was succeeded as Purser by Greenway Davis, who disposed of the effects of the late Richard Walden, 3rd Lieutenant of the Newcastle, and has not come home. Request that his accounts and clothes bill is paid from Captain Foxe's slop book to Mr Metcalfe as he has a Letter of Administration from Lieutenant Walden's Widow.