Thomas Hanbury


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth4.11.1722 - Pontypool, Monmouthshire CSORN
First Known Service24.1.1736/37CSORN
FatherJohn Hanbury MP (1664-1734)ref:977
MotherBridget Ayscough (1672-1741)ref:977
BrotherJohn (1705-1739)ref:977
BrotherCapel MP (1707-1765)ref:977
BrotherCharles (1709-1759)ref:977
Last Known Service12.3.1754CSORN
Date of Death13.12.1788 - Île de Ré CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
28.8.1743 Lieutenant ADM 6/16/393CSORN
24.11.1744 Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/3/543RNLPC
25.1.1745/461.9.1746Dorsetshire (80), First Lieutenant ADM 6/17/173
Issued by Isaac Townsend (1684-1765), North America
Commission confirmed 17.11.1746
ADM 6/17
23.10.1747 Commander ADM 6/17/277CSORN
23.10.174721.5.1748Salamander (8), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/17/277ADM 6/17
23.5.17481.9.1748Serpent (10), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 3/17/258BWAS-1714
11.10.174931.1.1753Hazard (8), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/17/499BWAS-1714
5.3.1754 Being accused of several 'Ineqularites' not to be employed until enquired at by court martial.ADM 12/27B


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Posted by David Drabold on Monday 22nd of February 2016 17:56

I am most interested in this Thomas Hanbury, and have been researching him for genealogical purposes, but have found interesting things about the sinking of the Serpent from the London Post and am quite interested in his dismissal; i have found information relevant to this (I believe) in the National Archives. Would love to talk to an expert! -- Dave

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