Come and ask, answer or inform.
|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|c.1686||c.1696||Service as a merchant seaman||ADM 107/2|
|21.3.1705/6||Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/2/93||RNLPC|
|27.6.1711||27.7.1711||Second Lieutenant, ADM 6/11/170|
|28.7.1711||27.2.1711/12||Third Lieutenant, ADM 6/11/170|
|28.2.1711/12||15.6.1714||First Lieutenant, ADM 6/11/264|
|27.11.1714||31.3.1716||Lieutenant, ADM 6/12/62|
|1715||In the service of Russia||ref:567|
|15.1.1714/15||Taken Prisoner by Sweden while in transit to Russian Service.||ref:567|
|25.1.1725/26||20.5.1728||Second Lieutenant, ADM 6/13/97||ADM 6/13|
Petition of the wives and relations of British sea officers, entered into the Czar of Muscovy's service but taken prisoner in Sweden during their passage to Petersburg [Russia].
Prisoners: 11 January 1715; Robt [Robert] Knapton, Gunner; Math [Matthew] Paterson, Surgeon; John Wallis, Surgeon; Robt [Robert] Lemon, Surgeon; Moses?Moseinan, Surgeon; Alexr [Alexander] Bowers, First Lieutenant; Chrs [Christopher] Frederick, First Lieutenant; Francs [Frances] Brook, Third Lieutenant; Carey Rochester, Surgeon; Dens [Dennis] Thompson, Second Lieutenant; Saml [Samuel] Clark, Second Lieutenant; Nichs [Nicholas] Parker, First Lieutenant; Chrs [Christopher] Nettlerose, Gunner; Edwd [Edward] Robinson, Gunner; Chars [Charles] Prett, Surgeon; Saml [Samuel] Pike, Gunners Mate; John Byrone, Gunner; Jos [Joshua[ Stephens, Second Lieutenant; John Lowden, Gunners Mate; John [Johnathan] Barefoot, Boatswain.
|Date:||1715 Mar 23|