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John Pasco
(1774-1853)

John Pasco was born on 20 Dec 1774 and died in Plymouth in 1853. He served in the Royal Navy.

Sons who served as naval officers: William Montagu Isaacson George Pasco and Crawford Aitcheson Denham Pasco

Ranks:

Entered Navy (1784)
Lt (1795)
Cdr (1805)
Capt (1811)
RAdm - Ret (1847)

Notes:

Father-in-Law of John Bunch Bonnemaison M'Hardy and H.M. Kinsman

As Lieutenant (Signals) of Victory, 100 (Captain Thomas Masterman Hardy), he took part in the Battle of Trafalgar (21 Oct 1805). Wounded in the right arm. Pasco was actually Victory's First Lieutenant but had taken over the duty of signals officer at the request of Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson.
Pension for Wounds/Disabilities (2 Dec 1815)
Good Service Pension (19 Feb 1842)

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