Admiral Sir

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Stanley Colville
... Admiral Sir Stanley Cecil James Colville GCB GCMG GCVO (21 February 1861 – 9 April 1939) was a British Royal Navy officer ... In September 1898 he took command of the battleship Barfleur as Flag Captain to Rear-Admiral Penrose Fitzgerald, second-in-command of the China Station ... In March 1900 he was appointed Flag Captain to Vice-Admiral Sir Frederick Bedford in the cruiser Crescent on the North America and West Indies Station ...
Master Of The Household - List of Masters of The Household
... Sir Herbert Price 1660–1678 Honourable Henry Bulkeley 1678–1688 Sir Thomas Felton, 4th Baronet 1689–1708 Edmund Dunch 1708–1712 Sir William Pole, 4th Baronet 1712 ...
Admiral (Australia) - Australian Admirals
... Admiral Sir George Hyde KCB CVO CBE RAN (1936) Admiral Sir Louis Keppel Hamilton KCB DSO RAN (prior to 1948) The following held the rank of Admiral due to serving as ...
Convoy Commodore
... Noted commodores include Admiral Sir Reginald Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax Admiral Sir Frederic Dreyer Admiral Lachlan Donald Ian Mackinnon Survived his ship sinking and ... Admiral Sir Studholme Brownrigg who went down with his ship, the SS Ville de Tamatave on Jan ...
South Atlantic Station - Commanders-in-Chief
... Commander-in-Chief, South Atlantic and Pacific Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee (1914) Commander-in-Chief, South Atlantic Vice Admiral Sir George Lyon (193 ...

Famous quotes containing the words sir and/or admiral:

    When the critics come around it’s always too late.
    Sidney, Sir Nolan (1917–1992)

    In this country it is a good thing to kill an admiral from time to time to encourage the others.
    Voltaire [François Marie Arouet] (1694–1778)