John Fawler


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service1733CSORN
Last Known Service1747CSORN
Date of Death1777CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
1733 Passed the Lieutenant's ExaminationRNLPC
13.3.1733/34 Lieutenant ADM 6/14/177CSORN
13.3.1733/344.11.1734Revenge (70), Fourth Lt. & Lt. at Arms ADM 6/14/177ADM 6/14
4.11.173415.3.1734/35Revenge (70), Third Lieutenant ADM 6/14/196ADM 6/14
23.8.1742 Commander ADM 6/16/188CSORN
23.8.17422.12.1745Deptford (24), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/16/188
Commission confirmed 14.6.1743
BWAS-1714
2.12.1745 Captain ADM 6/17/287CSORN
2.12.174522.1.1745/46Stirling Castle (70), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/17/287BWAS-1714

Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
CSORNCommissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner SmithWeb Site
RNLPCRoyal Navy Lieutenants' Passing Certificates 1691-1902Bruno PappalardoBook
ADM 6/14ADM 6/14 Commission and Warrant Book 1728 4 Oct.-1735 23 Dec. Archive
BWAS-1714British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792Rif WinfieldBook

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Posted by Albert Parker on Saturday 11th of August 2018 05:07

Fawler was court-martialed for misconduct after capture of French frigate in private service Volage (although told by the crew that other ships of the raiding squadron were in the vicinity, he took no precautions, then cut the tow line when they showed up, abandoning the prize crew to capture by the French). Sentenced to me mulcted (fined) 1 year's pay.

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