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Bosanquet, Day Hort

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Title Admiral (RN)
Official Number
Birth 22/03/1843 Death 28/06/1923
Place Alnwick Place (nk)
Area Northumberland Area (nk)
Country UK Country (nk)
Honours KCB. GCVO. Grand Cross of the Order of the Red Eagle (Germany).
He served as the 16th Governor of South Australia 18/02/1909 - 22/03/1914.
Military Service
He was appointed as a Naval Cadet RN (With seniority dated 03/1857). He was appointed as a Midshipman RN. He was present at the capture of Canton. He was appointed as a Sub-Lieutenant RN (With seniority dated 24/03/1862). He was appointed as a Lieutenant RN (With seniority dated 28/11/1863. He served in the Royal Yacht. He was appointed as a Commander RN (With seniority dated 01/09/1874). He was appointed as a Captain RN (With seniority dated 30/06/1882). He was appointed as a Rear-Admiral RN (With seniority dated 10/05/1897). He was the Commander-in-Chief East Indies Station in 1899. He was appointed as a Vice-Admiral RN (With seniority dated 01/07/1902). He was the Commander-in-Chief of the North America and West Indies Station (Flag in H.M.S. Ariadne and H.M.S. Royal Arthur) 1904. He was appointed as a Admiral RN (With seniority dated 04/12/1905). He served as Commander-in-Chief Portsmouth 1907.
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Named Features
MacFarlane, John M. (1994);
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