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William Cathcart
(1782-1804)

William Cathcart was born on 30 Jun 1782 and died in Port Royal, Jamaica on 5 Jun 1804 of yellow fever. He served in the Royal Navy.

Ranks:

Entered Navy (1795)
Lt (1801)

Ship Ranks:

Volunteer on the Melpomene from 9 Aug 1795 to 12 Apr 1796
Supernumerary on the Pallas from 6 May 1796 to 20 Aug 1796
Able Seaman on the Romulus from 21 Aug 1796 to 13 Jan 1797
Midshipman on the Romulus from 14 Jan 1797 to 12 Nov 1797
Midshipman and Master's Mate on the Alcmene from 13 Nov 1797 to 7 Mar 1799
Midshipman on the Majestic from 8 Mar 1799 to 2 Dec 1799

Notes:

Attended Eton (17911795)

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