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Henry Parkyns Hoppner
(1795-1833)

Henry Parkyns Hoppner was born in London in 1795 and died in Lisbon on 22 Dec 1833 from illness. He served in the Royal Navy.

Ranks:

Lt (1815)
Cdr (1822)
Capt (1825)

Ship Ranks:

Lieutenant on the Alceste from 7 Nov 1815 to 18 Feb 1817
Lieutenant on the Hecla from 1821 to 1823

Notes:

Son of the painter John Hoppner.

As Midshipman on Endymion, 44, he took part in the evacuation of British troops after the retreat to Corunna (Jan 1809).
As Lieutenant on Alceste, 38 (Captain Murray Maxwell), he was in command of the boats which carried Lord Amherst and his party to Batavia after the ship ran aground and was wrecked.

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