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John Borlase Warren
(1753-1822)

John Borlase Warren was born in Stapleford on 2 Sep 1753 and died in Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich on 22 Feb 1822. He served in the Royal Navy.

He married Caroline Clavering in Dec 1780.

Honors:

Baronet
Knight of the Bath (KB)

Ranks:

Lt (1778)
Capt (1781)
RAdm B (1799)
RAdm W (1801)
VAdm B (1805)
VAdm W (1808)
Adm B (1810)

Ship Ranks:

Captain on the Flora

He appears as a character in the book "King's Cutter, A" (Richard Woodman).

Notes:

Uncle of Samuel John Brooke Pechell and Augustus Parkyns.

Groom of the Bedchamber to the Duke of Clarence (1 Jun 1789)
Promoted directly to Admiral of the Blue from Vice-Admiral of the White.

OB: DOD

Further Reading:

1811. Additional Biographical Memoir of Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren, K.B. Naval Chronicle. 26:89133.
Bienkowski, Lee. 2003. Admirals in the Age of Nelson. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press.

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