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Graham Eden Hamond
(1779-1862)

Graham Eden Hamond, son of Andrew Snape Hamond, was born in London (Newman Street) on 30 Dec 1779 and died in Freshwater, Isle of Wight (Norton Lodge) on 20 Dec 1862. He served in the Royal Navy.

He married Elizabeth Kimber on 30 Dec 1806.

Sons who served as naval officers: Andrew Snape Hamond Graeme and Graham Eden William Hamond

Honors:

Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (CB) on 4 Jun 1815
Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (KCB) on 12 Sep 1831
Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (GCB) on 5 Jul 1855

Ranks:

Entered Navy (1785)
Lt (1796)
Cdr (1797)
Capt (1798)
RAdm B (1825)
RAdm W (1830)
Adm B (1847)
Adm W (1849)
Adm Fleet (1862)

He appears as a character in the book "Hornblower and the Hotspur" (C.S. Forester).

Notes:

Cousin of Andrew Snape Douglas.

As Midshipman on Queen Charlotte, 100 (Captain Sir Andrew Snape Douglas), he took part in the Glorious First of June (1794).
As Captain of Blanche, 36, he took part in the Battle of Copenhagen (2 Apr 1801).
C-in-C South America (16 Sept 183417 May 1838)

MAR: DOB/POB
USM: DOB/POB

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