George Vandepot Crosbe

RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth13.4.1774 - Portsea - Portsmouth CSORN
First Known Service29.9.1781CSORN
Last Known Service6.7.1815CSORN
Date of Death2.5.1826BPvN

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
29.9.17817.11.1782Arundel (74), ServantBPvN
7.6.178921.5.1790Magnificent (74), Captain's ServantBPvN
22.5.179030.6.1790Prudente (38), Able SeamanBPvN
1.7.17902.12.1790Prudente (38), MidshipmanBPvN
16.12.179017.12.1790Actaeon (44), Able SeamanBPvN
18.12.179013.5.1791Actaeon (44), MidshipmanBPvN
13.5.179119.9.1791Illustrious (74), MidshipmanBPvN
16.12.179219.12.1792Alcide (74), Able SeamanBPvN
20.12.17921.7.1794Alcide (74), MidshipmanBPvN
2.7.179427.8.1795Windsor Castle (98), MidshipmanBPvN
14.3.1795 Action off Genoa 
13.7.1795 Battle of Hyeres 
29.8.179528.4.1796Audacious (74), Acting LieutenantBPvN
13.7.1796 LieutenantCSORN
13.7.17966.8.1797Eurus (32), LieutenantBPvN
7.8.17974.3.1798Dictator (64), LieutenantBPvN
5.3.179820.5.1798Bedford (74), LieutenantBPvN
19.6.179815.10.1799Cleopatra (32), LieutenantBPvN
16.10.179926.12.1800Asia (64), LieutenantBPvN
22.2.180119.6.1802Doris (36), LieutenantBPvN
7.1803 Appointed to the Sea Fencibles in LincolnshireBPvN
30.6.180525.12.1806Zealous (74), LieutenantBPvN
25.12.1806 Left the Sea FenciblesBPvN
27.4.180724.4.1808Britannia (6), Lieutenant and Commanding OfficerBPvN
25.4.180823.12.1808Duke of York (8), Lieutenant and Commanding OfficerBPvN
7.12.18086.7.1815Escort (12), Lieutenant and Commanding OfficerBPvN


CSORNCommissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner Smith / Syrett & DiNardoWeb Site
BPvNBiografisch Portaal van Nederland Web Site

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