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Pownoll Bastard Pellew
(1786-1833)

Pownoll Bastard Pellew, son of Edward Pellew, was born on 1 Jul 1786 and died in London (Feuillade's Hotel) on 3 Dec 1833 from scarlet fever. He served in the Royal Navy.

He married Eliza Harriet Barlow on 1 Oct 1808 and Georgiana Janet Dick on 15 Apr 1822.

Sons who served as naval officers: Pownoll Fleetwood Pellew

He received the title of 2nd Viscount Exmouth and was also known as Baron Exmouth.

Ranks:

Lt (1802)
Cdr (1804)
Capt (1806)

Notes:

Nephew of Israel Pellew. Elder brother of Fleetwood Broughton Reynolds Pellew.

MP Launceston (1812)
MP Launceston (1818)
Marriage to Eliza dissolved by Act of Parliament (1820). She had an affair while he was at sea in command of Impregnable.
MP Launceston (18261830)
Naval Aide-de-Camp to King William IV (11 Nov 1830 )

Marshall (Supplement - Part I, p.108)

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