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Keith Maxwell
(ca 1774-1823)

Keith Maxwell was born around 1774 and died in London on 22 Apr 1823. He served in the Royal Navy.

Ranks:

Lt (1794)
Capt (1804)

Notes:

Brother of Murray Maxwell and John Maxwell. Uncle of John Balfour Maxwell.

As Second Lieutenant of Beaulieu, 40 (Captain Francis Fayerman), he took part in the Battle of Camperdown (11 Oct 1797).

EAR: DOD (15 Apr 1823)/POD
MAR: DOD

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