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Peter Fisher
(d 1844)

Peter Fisher died in Sheerness on 28 Aug 1844. He served in the Royal Navy.

Sons who served as naval officers: Peter Fisher

Ranks:

Lt (1800)
Cdr (1808)
Capt (1814)

Notes:

As Midshipman on Culloden, 74 (Captain Isaac Schomberg), he took part in the Glorious First of June (1794).
As First Lieutenant of Barfleur, 98 (Captain George Martin), he took part in Sir Robert Calder's Action (22 Jul 1805). Wounded.
Captain Superintendent - Sheerness (17 Dec 184128 Aug 1844)

GM: DOD/POD
Marshall (Supplement - Part III, p. 237)

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