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Francis Leopold M'Clintock
(1819-1907)

Francis Leopold M'Clintock was born in Dundalk on 8 Jul 1819 and died in Nov 1907. He served in the Royal Navy.

Ranks:

Entered Navy (1831)
Exam Lt (1838)
Lt (1845)
Capt (1854)

Ship Ranks:

Mate on the Excellent
Mate on the Gorgon*
Lieutenant on the Frolic from 16 Aug 1845 to 1847

Notes:

Son of Henry and Elizabeth Melisina (née Fleury) M'Clintock. His father was in the 3rd Dragoons before becoming Collector of Customs at Dundalk. First cousin of William Bunbury M'Clintock Bunbury. Brother-in-Law of Charles Henry Paget.

• Superintendent of Portsmouth Dockyard
• Elected an Elder Brother of Trinity House (1882)

O'Byrne (p. 690)

Manuscripts:

1859. A Narrative of the Discovery of the Fate of Sir John Franklin and His Companions. London: John Murray.

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