Commander-in-Chief on the Lisbon Station
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|Commander-in-Chief on the Lisbon Station|
|Preceded by:||Commander-in-Chief, Lisbon|
|Service Branch:||Royal Navy|
|Appointed by:||First Lord of the Admiralty|
|Reports to:||First Naval Lord|
|First Holder:||Rear-Admiral Sir George H. Parker|
|Final Holder:||Vice-Admiral of the White: Sir William Hall Gage|
- Rear-Admiral Sir George H. Parker, 1815-1831
- Rear-Admiral of the Blue: Sir William Parker, 1831–1834
- Rear-Admiral of the Red: John Ommanney, 1837 
- Vice-Admiral of the White: Sir William Hall Gage, 1837–1841 
- "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.
- The United Service Journal. H. Colburn. 1837. p. 428.
- Heathcote, T. A. (2002). British Admirals of the Fleet: 1734-1995. Barnsley: Pen and Sword. pp. 206–208. ISBN 9781473812703.
- 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.