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Culme-Seymour, Michael

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Title Admiral (RN)
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Birth 13/03/1836 Death (nk)
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Titles Baronet.
Honours GCB. GCVO. Order of Medjidie 1st Class (Turkey).
Awards AdC.
He was Vice-President of the Royal Naval Benevolent Society in 1900.
Military Service
He was appointed as a Naval Cadet RN (With seniority dated 06/02/1850). He was appointed as a Sub-Lieutenant RN (With seniority dated 01/04/1856). He was commissioned as Lieutenant RN (With seniority dated 25/05/1857). He was appointed as a Commander RN (With seniority dated 06/06/1859). He was appointed as a Captain RN (With seniority dated 16/12/1865). He was appointed as Private Secretary to First Lord of the Admiralty 1874-76 and AdC to Queen Victoria 1879-82. He was appointed as a Rear-Admiral RN (With seniority dated 06/05/1882). He was appointed as the Commander-in-Chief HM Ships and Vessels on the Pacific Station (Flag in H.M.S. Triumph) in 1885. He was appointed as a Vice-Admiral RN (With seniority dated 19/06/1888). He served as Senior Officer-in-Command Channel Squadron 1890-92. He was promoted Admiral RN (With seniority dated 13/05/1893). He was appointed as the Commander-in-Chief on The Mediterranean 1893-96. He was appointed as the Commander-in-Chief Portsmouth 1897. He served as First and Principal AdC to HM Queen Victoria 1899. He was appointed as Vice-Admiral of the United Kingdom in 1901. (He was retired on 13/03/1901.)
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Longstaff, F.V. (1941); MacFarlane, John M. (1994);
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