Resident Commissioner Deptford
|Office of the Resident Commissioner of the Navy at Deptford|
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|Member of||Navy Board (1714–1823)|
|Reports to||Comptroller of the Navy|
|Nominator||First Lord of the Admiralty|
Subject to formal approval by the King-in-Council
|Term length||Not fixed|
|Inaugural holder||Captain Henry Greenhill|
The Resident Commissioner at Deptford was the chief representative of the Navy Board based at Deptford Dockyard. He was the senior official of the yard responsible for the supervision of the principal officers of the yard from 1714 until 1823.
- 1714-1739, Captain Henry Greenhill.
- 1740-1745, Captain Thmoas Whorwood
- 1744-1745, Commodore Edward Falkingham (also resident commissioner of the navy at Woolwich Dockyard)
- 1746-1747, Captain James Compton. (ditto)
- 1747-1762, Captain William Davies, (ditto)
- 1806-1823, Captain Sir Charles Cunningham, KCH.
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