Rice Edwards


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service1.7.1719CSORN
Last Known Service26.11.1745CSORN
Date of Death14.1.1779 - Aberystwith, Wales ADM354
Will Probated20.2.1779

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
22.1.1724/25 Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/3/146RNLPC
6.2.1728/29 Lieutenant ADM 6/14/36CSORN
31.1.1733/345.3.1735/36Captain (70), Fourth Lt. & Lt. at Arms ADM 6/15/162ADM 6/14
16.7.173914.8.1739Deptford (24), Lieutenant ADM 6/15/204ADM 6/15

Notes on Officer


RetiredADM354

Was a superannuated lieutenant at the time of decease.




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Posted by Peter.van-Velzen on Saturday 15th of February 2020 22:12

Rice Edwards had a house built near Bronant, Aberystwyth in 1747 called "Navy Hall". He is buried under the chancel of stPadarns church, Llanbadarn Fawr - a tombstone marks his grave.

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