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Carteret, Sir George, first baronet (1610?–1680), naval officer and administrator, was the eldest son of Elie de Carteret (c.1585–1640), and his wife, Elizabeth Dumaresq (d. 1640). This cadet line of the Carterets had for generations held the manor of ...

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Cox, Sir John (d. 1672), naval officer and administrator, may have been the Captain John Cox of the Employment, hired by the state during the First Anglo-Dutch War in 1653. During the protectorate he gained considerable experience and an unblemished reputation as a ship's master. Upon the Restoration, and following his receipt of a certificate of loyalty, he was appointed master attendant at ...

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Sir Andrew Snape Hamond, first baronet (1738–1828) by George Henry Phillips, pubd 1830 (after Sir Thomas Lawrence, c. 1800–05) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Hamond, Sir Andrew Snape, first baronet (1738–1828), naval officer and administrator, was born in Blackheath, Kent, on 17 December 1738, the youngest child and only son of Robert Hamond (1704/5–1775), a shipowner of modest means, and his wife, Susannah Snape. Robert Hamond owned five ships in 1748, but then lost two, and, in his son's words, 'fell into misfortune, from which, with all his industry, he could never entirely extricate himself'. The family moved to ...

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Holstocke [Holstock], William (d. 1589), naval commander and administrator, sailed as page to Richard Gonson in 1534 on a voyage to Candia (Crete) and Chios in the ship Matthew Gonson. In the following year he made another voyage to the islands as purser of the same ship. His association with the ...

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Thomas Howard, first earl of Suffolk (1561–1626) by unknown artist, 1598 Rangers House / © English Heritage Photo Library

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Howard, Thomas, first earl of Suffolk (1561–1626), naval officer and administrator, was born on 24 August 1561, the elder son of Thomas Howard, fourth duke of Norfolk (1538–1572), and his second wife, Margaret Dudley, Lady Dudley (1540–1564), daughter and heir of Thomas Audley, ...

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Loehnis, Sir Clive (1902–1992), naval officer and civil servant, was born on 24 August 1902 at 21 Cadogan Gardens, London, the son of Herman William Loehnis, barrister, and his wife, Vera Geraldine, née Wood. He grew up as an only child, an elder brother having died as a baby. His father was brought up in ...

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Sir Robert Mansell (1570/7171–1652) by unknown artist © National Museums and Galleries of Wales

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Mansell, Sir Robert (1570/71–1652), naval officer and administrator, was the fourth, or possibly the sixth, son of Sir Edward Mansell (1530/31–1585) of Margam, Glamorgan, and Lady Jane Somerset, the youngest daughter of Henry, second earl of Worcester, and his second wife, Elizabeth, daughter of ...

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Charles Middleton, first Baron Barham (1726–1813) by M. Bourlier, pubd 1809 (after John Downman) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Middleton, Charles, first Baron Barham (1726–1813), naval officer and administrator, the twelfth child and second son of Robert Middleton, a collector of customs at Bo'ness in Linlithgowshire, and his wife, Helen, the daughter of Charles Dundas of Arniston, was born at Leith on 14 October 1726. His grandfather, ...

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Mitchell, Sir David (c. 1650–1710), admiral and parliamentary official, whose parents and birthplace are not known, was reportedly 'a poor boy from Scotland' (Marshall, 461), who was apprenticed to a Leith shipmaster, and later served as mate of a vessel in the ...

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Slingsby, Sir Robert, baronet (1611–1661), naval officer and administrator, was the second of five sons (there were also four daughters) of Sir Guylford Slingisbie or Slingsby (1565–1631) of Bifrons, Canterbury, comptroller of the navy, and his wife, Margaret (d. in or after 1661)...

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Suckling, Maurice (1725–1778), naval officer and administrator, the second son of Maurice Suckling, prebendary of Westminster and rector of Barsham in Suffolk, and Anne Turner, daughter of Sir Charles Turner and niece of Robert Walpole, first earl of Orford, was born at Barsham rectory...

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Tippet, Sir Anthony Sanders (1928–2006), naval officer and public servant, was born on 2 October 1928 at Loughrigg, South Molton, Devon, the son of William Kirby Roberts Tippet (1898–1985), bank clerk, and his wife, Henrietta Winifred Parker, née Sanders (1904–2004). At the time of his birth registration his parents lived at ...

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Woodhouse, Sir William (b. in or before 1517, d. 1564), naval commander and administrator, was the second son of John Woodhouse of Waxham in Norfolk and Alice, the daughter of William Croft of Thorpe Market. Sir Thomas Woodhouse was his elder brother. As ...