Samuel Lofting


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birthc.1696 - London CSORN
First Known Service21.12.1728CSORN
FatherJohn Lofting (1659-1742)ref:1063
MotherHester Basses (1670-1709)ref:1063
WifeMary Edmonds - Married 1720ref:1063
WifeBarbara Whitaker - Married 9.12.1730 - St James, Clerkenwell, London ref:1063
WifeHester Beckford - Married 1769ref:1063
SonSamuel (1721-?)ref:1063
DaughterCharlotteref:1063
SonWilliam (1759-?)ref:1063
DaughterHesterref:1063
DaughterMatilda (1761-?)ref:1063
BrotherBenjaminref:1063
Last Known Service16.7.1745CSORN
Date of Death1779CSORN
Will Probated13.12.1779

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
13.3.1733/34 Lieutenant ADM 6/14/175CSORN
1.3.1734/35 Passed the Lieutenant's Examination ADM 107/3/234RNLPC
28.7.173818.6.1739Advice (54), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/15/134ADM 6/15
25.2.1741/42 Commander ADM 6/16/18CSORN
25.2.1741/427.6.1744Wolf (14), Commander and Commanding Officer ADM 6/16/18BWAS-1714
28.6.1744 Captain ADM 6/16/330CSORN
28.6.17449.3.1744/45Wager (20), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/16/330BWAS-1714
20.3.1744/4528.6.1746Expedition against Louisbourg 
27.3.174516.7.1745Kinsale (44), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/16/460BWAS-1714
16.7.1745 Dismissed from the NavyCSORN


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Posted by Trevor Davison on Thursday 29th of November 2012 04:15

Just a quick question. Is it permissible to copy these pages and enter them on my "Ancestry.com" family tree if I give credit to Simon Harrison ?
PS. What a great job on this site. Regards, Trevor Davison

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