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J. K. Laughton

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Jones, George Matthew (c. 1785–1831), naval officer and traveller, was the son of John Jones, general superintendent of Landguard Fort, Felixstowe, and his wife, Mary, née Roberts; General Sir John Thomas Jones, first baronet, and Lieutenant-General Sir Harry David Jones were his brothers. On 28 April 1802 he was promoted lieutenant in the ...

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J. K. Laughton

revised by Andrew Lambert

Mangles, James (1786–1867), naval officer and traveller, entered the navy in March 1800, on the frigate Maidstone with Captain Ross Donnelly, whom in 1801 he followed to the Narcissus. After active service on the coast of France, at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope...