Commander-in-Chief on the Lisbon Station

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Commander-in-Chief on the Lisbon Station
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Preceded by:Commander-in-Chief, Lisbon
CountryFlag United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.gif United Kingdom
Service Branch:Naval Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg Royal Navy
Commands:Lisbon Station
Appointed by:First Lord of the Admiralty
Reports to:First Naval Lord
Term:2-4 years
Established:1815
First Holder:Rear-Admiral Sir George H. Parker
Abolished:1841
Final Holder:Vice-Admiral of the White: Sir William Hall Gage

The Commander-in-Chief, Lisbon was a senior British Royal Navy appointment created in 1815. The office holder was responsible for the naval command of Lisbon Station until 1841.

Office Holders

References

  1. "Naval and Military, Original the Bavarian State Library, Digitized 28 November 2011". The London and China Telegraph, p. 635, November 28th, 1866. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  2. The United Service Journal. H. Colburn. 1837. p. 428.
  3. Heathcote, T. A. (2002). British Admirals of the Fleet: 1734-1995. Barnsley: Pen and Sword. pp. 206–208. ISBN 9781473812703.
  4. Heathcote, T.A. (2002). The British Admirals of the Fleet : 1734-1995 : a biographical dictionary (1. publ. in Great Britain. ed.). Barnsley: Cooper. p. 94. ISBN 0850528356.