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James Hanway Plumridge
(1787-1863)

James Hanway Plumridge was born in Mayfair, London (Hertford Street) in 1787 and died in Nov 1863. He served in the Royal Navy.

Ranks:

Lt (1806)
Cdr (1814)
Capt (1822)
Adm B (1863)

Notes:

Son of James Plumridge. His father was an architect.

As Midshipman on Defence, 74 (Captain George Hope), he took part in the Battle of Trafalgar (21 Oct 1805).
Superintendent of the Packet Establishment at Falmouth (7 Apr 18371841)
MP Falmouth (18411847)
Storekeeper of the Ordnance (23 Jun 18421847)
Good Service Pension of 150 (29 Jun 1847)

GM: DOD

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