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Drury, Charles Carter

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Title Admiral (RN)
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Birth 27/08/1846 Death 18/05/1914
Place Rothesay Place (nk)
Area Area (nk)
Country New Brunswick Country (nk)
 
Titles
Honours GCB. GCVO. KCSI. Grand Cross of the Order of Charles III (Spain).
Awards FRGS. AdC.
Qualifications
 
Biography
He received the thanks of the British Foreign Office for his services in Crete in 1896.
 
Military Service
He was appointed as a Naval Cadet RN (With seniority dated 01/12/1859). He was appointed as a Sub-Lieutenant RN (With seniority dated 19/12/1865). He was appointed as a Lieutenant RN (With seniority dated 05/08/1868). He was appointed as a Commander RN (With seniority dated 01/05/1878). He was appointed as a Captain RN (With seniority dated 30/06/1885). He was appointed as a Rear-Admiral RN (With seniority dated 13/07/1889). He served as a Member of the Ordnance Committee in 1893. He received the thanks of the British Foreign Office for services in Crete in 1896. He was appointed as the Commander-in-Chief East Indies 1902. He served as the Second Sea Lord of the Admiralty 1903-08. He was appointed as a Vice-Admiral RN (With seniority dated 16/06/1904). He was appointed as the Commander-in-Chief East Indies Station. He was appointed as the Commander-in-Chief Mediteranean Station 1907. He was appointed as an A/Admiral RN in 1908. He was appointed as the Commander-in-Chief The Nore 1908. (He was retired in 1911).
 
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References
MacFarlane, John M. (1994);
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2011-01-31

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