Edward Hamilton Clark

RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service5.5.1798CSORN
Last Known Service5.5.1798CSORN

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5.5.1798 LieutenantCSORN

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Posted by Tim Oakley on Thursday 26th of March 2020 08:36

Unsure if this the same person
11 Sep 1800 Portsmouth, a Court Martial was held on board the Gladiator on Lieutenant E. H. Clark, of the Alliance14 store-ship, for absenting himself without leave. The charge being fully proved, he was sentenced to be dismissed H. M. service, and rendered incapable of serving in any capacity whatever in the Royal Navy.

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