Thomas Hugbon


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birthc.1673ADM 107/1
First Known Service30.8.1687CSORN
FatherThomas HugbonADM 1/5255
Last Known Service9.5.1699CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
30.8.168731.1.1687/88Tiger (46), Captain's Servant ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
1.2.1687/884.2.1688/89Nonsuch (36), Ordinary Seaman ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
5.2.1688/894.4.1689Cambridge (70), Ordinary Seaman ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
5.4.168928.12.1689Swallow (48), Able Seaman ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
29.12.16892.8.1690Deptford (50), Coxswain ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
30.6.1690 Battle of Beachy Head 
3.8.169024.8.1691Suffolk (70), Coxswain ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
25.8.169130.12.1691Royal Katherine (84), Midshipman ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
31.12.169131.7.1694Monck (58), Midshipman ADM 107/1/71ADM 107/1
19.5.1692 Battle of Barfleur 
1.6.16922.6.1692Action at Cherbourg 
17.6.1693 Battle of Lagos 
31.7.1694 Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/1/71RNLPC
c.8.16945.2.1694/95Monck (58), Acting Third Lieutenant ADM 1/5255/24ADM 1/5255
8.12.1694 Thomas Hugbon, junior, 3rd Lieutenant, HMS Monk.   Crime: Complaint by Robert Kilner against Thomas Hugbon senior, and Thomas Hugbon junior.   Verdict: Acquitted.ADM 1/5255
6.2.1694/95 Lieutenant ADM 6/3/34ADM 6/3
6.2.1694/9516.4.1695Hope (70), Third Lieutenant ADM 6/3/34ADM 6/3
4.1.1695/968.8.1696Restoration (70), Third Lieutenant ADM 6/3/113
Commission confirmed 23.9.1696
ADM 6/3
9.8.16969.5.1699Restoration (70), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/4/29
Commission confirmed 23.9.1696
ADM 6/4
14.8.169716.8.1697Action of 1697-08-14 

Notes on Officer


Two Thomas HugbonsADM 106
Reference: ADM 106/444/168B
Description:

Folio 168B: Proceedings of a Court Martial held on the Hampton Court at Spithead before Captain Graydon, Commander in Chief, Spithead and 7 named captains. An enquiry into a complaint by Robert Kilner, Surgeon of the Monk, against Thomas Hugbon Sr. and Jr. 1st and 3rd Lieutenants of the Monk. The case was dismissed due to lack of evidence, but on further enquiry, Robert Kilner was found to be of a dangerous and turbulent character and addicted to drink. He was dismissed from his post and the Royal Navy.

Date: 1694



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