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Help and advice for Totnes: TAdmiral Sir Frederick Thomas Michell, K.C.B. (1900): index

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Name Index

To

Admiral Sir Frederick Thomas Michell, K.C.B.

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 32 (1900), pp. 390-399.

by

T.W. Windeatt

Prepared by Michael Steer

Naval hero Michell attended the Royal Naval Academy at Portsmouth (1800-3) and served in the Mediterranean (1803-9). He was made Commander in 1816 and led the battering flotilla attached to Admiral Edward Pellew's squadron at the battle of Algiers. In 1830, he was promoted to Captain and was engaged in the Syrian operations of 1840. From 1852-55 he commanded the QUEEN, flagship in the Mediterranean; distinguishing himself at the bombardment of Sebastopol. He was Senior Officer when Lord Lyons (1790-1858) took his force to Kerch, 1855. He was promoted to Rear-Admiral, becoming an Admiral in 1866. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the New York Public Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.

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Beale, W 398
Boardman, Captain Thomas 398
Brisbane, Captain 394
Buret, Commander 398
Cobden 391
Codrington, Sir Edward 394
Collingwood, Lord 392, 396
Dundas, Admiral 396
Elizabeth I 390
Exmouth, Lord 393-4
Farwell, Mr Justice 398
Farwell, Mrs 391, 395
Gilbert, G C 391
Grantham, Midshipman 392
Haydon, Mr Samuel 396
Hoste, Captain Sir William 391
Howe, Admiral 390
Kellock, Mr T C 396
Malcolm, Captain Charles 393
Malcolm, Sir Pulteney 394
Mary, Princess 390
McCarthy, Daniel 398
Michell, Anna Maria 391
Michell, Charles Cornwallis 391
Michell, Emma 391
Michell family 390
Michell, Frederick Thomas throughout
Michell, Gilbert 390
Michell, Humphrey 390
Michell, John MP 390-1
Michell, Louisa 391
Michell, Mrs 396, 398
Michell, R, MP 390
Michell, Sampson 390
Michell, Thomas 390
Mychell, John MP 390
Napier, Admiral Sir Charles 395
Newberry, William 398
O'Connell 391
Ommanay, Sir John 396
Pasha, Rustem 395
Penrose, Sir Charles 394
Prideaux, Mr Thomas 398
Richard II 390
Rogers, Captain Frederick 398
Saxe-Coburg, Prince Albert 395
Saxe-Coburg, Prince Ernest 395
Shore, Rev James 396
St Aubyn, Sir John 391
St Aubyn, Louisa 391
Sussex, Duke of 391
Whitbread, Jacob 391
Whitbread, Louisa 391
White, Lieutenant 398
William I 390
Wood, Anna Maria 391
Wood, Benjamin MP 391
Wood, Mrs Benjamin 393
Wood, Emma 391
Wood, Sir Evelyn VC 391, 396
Wood, Rev Sir J P 391