Richard Haddock


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service25.10.1740CSORN
Last Known Service15.8.1748CSORN
Date of Death13.6.1749CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
25.10.1740 Lieutenant ADM 6/15/413CSORN
25.10.17404.11.1740Salamander (6), Lieutenant ADM 6/16/413
Commission confirmed 27.4.1741
ADM 6/15
5.11.174024.11.1741Dragon (60), Third Lt. & Lt. at Arms ADM 6/17/109
Commission confirmed 31.5.1746
ADM 6/18
24.7.1741 Action of 1741-07-24 
25.11.174126.1.1741/42Marlborough (90), Sixth Lt. & Lt. at Arms ADM 6/17/109
Commission confirmed 31.5.1746
ADM 6/18
27.2.1741/4231.5.1742Marlborough (90), Fourth Lieutenant ADM 6/17/109
Commission confirmed 31.5.1746
ADM 6/18
7.4.174229.3.1744Marlborough (90), Fifth Lieutenant ADM 6/17/109
Commission confirmed 31.5.1746
ADM 6/18
1.6.17427.9.1742Marlborough (90), Third Lieutenant ADM 6/17/109
Commission confirmed 31.5.1746
ADM 6/18
8.9.17424.10.1742Lennox (70), Fourth Lt. & Lt. at Arms ADM 6/17/109
Commission confirmed 31.5.1746
ADM 6/18
5.10.174212.1.1744/45Romney (50), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/17/109
Commission confirmed 31.5.1746
ADM 6/18
10.2.1742/4311.2.1742/43Battle of Toulon 
30.3.1744 Commander ADM 6/16/283ADM 6/16
30.3.17446.11.1744Wolf (14), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/16/283BWAS-1714
7.11.1744 Captain ADM 6/16/380CSORN
7.11.174419.2.1744/45Squirrel (20), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/16/380ADM 6/16
20.2.1744/4513.3.1745/46Pearl (44), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/16/445BWAS-1714
14.3.1745/4615.8.1748Advice (50), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/17/72BWAS-1714
29.11.174813.6.1749Cumberland (66), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/17/414ADM 6/17


Previous comments on this page

Posted by Cy on Saturday 28th of July 2018 07:52

Ofiicially you had to be at least 20, with a minimum of 6 years service, to take the exam. Between 20 & 25 seems to be the norm, but there is then often a delay of years, especially during peace times, before actually receiving a commission.
If I had to guess this Richard is probably between 20 & 30 in 1740.


Posted by Colorado Ocean on Friday 27th of July 2018 23:50

I see, thank you. At about what age would most sailors have received their Lieutenant passing certificates?

(There were at least 33 Richards in this family, which makes tracing them a mind bender.)


Posted by Cy on Friday 27th of July 2018 19:55

Sorry, this Richard Haddock is not related, as far as I know, to the admiral. Just a coincidence of name. If we knew more it would be shown here.
The link is correct, the only only available digital version of the commissioned sea officers is on ancestry.com, other than here of course. I transcribed every entry for you.


Posted by Colorado Ocean on Friday 27th of July 2018 18:10

How was this Capt. Richard related to Admiral Sir Richard Haddock (1629-1714/15)? This is not his son Richard, who became Comptroller of the Navy after Sir Richard died. Who were this Richard's (d. 1749) parents?

Also, there's a problem with the link to the CSORN website on this and other pages--it directs to Ancestry.com.

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