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Aplin, Peterlocked

(1753–1817)
  • J. K. Laughton
  • , revised by Randolph Cock

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Aplin, Peter (1753–1817), naval officer, first went to sea as captain's servant and, later, midshipman on the yacht William and Mary, and then as able seaman and midshipman on the Guernsey, Savage, and Niger before passing his lieutenant's examination on 9 August 1775. On 9 October 1776 ...

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