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date: 20 October 2019

Camocke, Georgelocked

(c. 1666–1732)
  • J. D. Davies

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Camocke, George (c. 1666–1732), Jacobite naval officer and officer in the Spanish service, was the son of one of the Camocks of Ballymoney, co. Antrim (formerly of Layer Marney, Essex), and Mary Arney (1643–1699) of Ixworth, Suffolk. He entered the navy about 1682 and was promoted lieutenant in 1690 'for boarding a cat that was laden with masts for his majesty's ships, then riding at Cow and Calf in ...

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