Gilbert Dutton Kennicott

Date of Birth1789NBD1849
First Known Service1803/07/26NBD1849
Last Known Service1846/11/09NBD1849
Date of Death1874/07/29NBD1849
Burial1874/08/03 - Folkestone, Cheriton Road CemeteryNBD1849

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
1803/07/26 Entered the NavyNBD1849
1803/07/261803/08/10Venerable (74), 1st Class VolunteerNBD1849
1804/08/211805/10/10Dreadnought (98), MidshipmanNBD1849
1805/10/111805/11/23Royal Sovereign (100), MidshipmanNBD1849
1805/10/21 Wounded and lost an eyeNBD1849
1805/10/21 Battle of Trafalgar 
1807/10 Taken prisoner by the OttomansNBD1849
1809 Released form captivity late in the yearNBD1849
18091810/01/28Seahorse (38), MidshipmanNBD1849
1810/01/281810/08/22Ville de Paris (110), Acting LieutenantNBD1849
1810/08/22 LieutenantCSORN
1810/091810/10Minorca (16), LieutenantNBD1849
1810/11 Taken prisoner when the prize he commanded was carried into MarseilleNBD1849
1814 Released from CaptivityNBD1849
1815/091817/06/03Leveret (10), LieutenantNBD1849
1817/06/03 InvalidedNBD1849
1836/09/17 Appointed to the coast guardNBD1849
1846/11/09 CommanderNBD1849


NBD1849 A Naval Biographical Dictionary 1849O'BrienDigital Book
CSORN Commissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner SmithWeb Site

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Posted by Richard Cross on Sunday 2nd of April 2017 21:32

came across Capt Kennicott retired, RN pensioner, wounds at Trafalgar, in the 1871 census, living at 3 Shellons Place, Broadmead Road, Folkestone, aged 80; reference is National Archives RG10 piece 1015 folio 79 page 27

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