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John Burnet Dundas
(1794-1868)

John Burnet Dundas was born in Richmond on 17 Nov 1794 and died in Richmond (Queensberry Villa) on 2 Sep 1868. He served in the Royal Navy.

He married Caroline Jeffreys on 30 Dec 1828.

Ranks:

Lt (1815)
Cdr (1823)
Capt (1828)

Ship Ranks:

Lieutenant on the Lacedemonian from 18 Jul 1815
Lieutenant on the Tagus from 18 Sep 1815
Lieutenant on the Myrmidon from 28 Dec 1816 to 1818
Lieutenant on the Niemen from 25 Nov 1820 to Mar 1823
Commander on the Argus from 20 Mar 1823
Commander on the Weazle from 9 Mar 1827
Commander on the Raleigh from 2 Jan 1828

Notes:

Son of Sir David and Isabella (née Robertson) Dundas. His father was a medical attendant to George III.

Marshall (Volume III - Part II, p. 41)

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