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Clarence Edward Paget
(1811-1895)

Clarence Edward Paget was born on 17 Jun 1811 and died in Brighton on 22 Mar 1895. He served in the Royal Navy.

Honors:

Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (KCB) on 2 Jun 1869

Ranks:

Entered Navy (1823)
RAdm R (1863)

Notes:

Younger half-brother of William Paget.

As Midshipman on board Asia, 84 (Captain Edward Curzon), he took part in the Battle of Navarino (20 Oct 1827).
Secretary to the Board of Ordnance (1846)
MP Sandwich (18471852)
MP Sandwich (18571866)
Secretary to the Admiralty (18591866)
C-in-C Mediterranean (28 Apr 186628 Apr 1869)
His wife, Martha, died (23 Mar 1895).
He and his wife were both buried at Patcham, near Brighton (28 Mar 1895).

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