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Parker, Sir Peter, first baronetlocked

  • Alan G. Jamieson


Parker, Sir Peter, first baronet (1721–1811), naval officer, third son of Rear-Admiral Christopher Parker (d. 1765), was probably born in Ireland. He was promoted lieutenant in 1743, and was present in the Barfleur at the action off Toulon on 11 February 1744. On 6 May 1747 he was posted captain of the ...

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