Resident Commissioner Plymouth
|Office of the Resident Commissioner, Plymouth|
Navy Board Flag
|Member of||Navy Board (1691–1822)|
|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 Plymouth was the chief representative of the Navy Board based at Plymouth Dockyard. He was the senior official of the yard responsible for the supervision of the principle officers of the yard from 1691 until 1822.
- Captain Henry Greenhill, appointed 25 December 1691
- Captain George St Lo, appointed 26 March 1695
- Captain William Wright, appointed 1 May 1703
- Captain Henry Greenhill, appointed February 1704
- Captain William Wright, appointed 1 July 1708
- Captain Richard Edwards, appointed 19 June 1711
- Captain Sir William Jumper Kt., appointed 12 November 1714
- Captain Thomas Swanton, appointed 30 March 1715
- Captain Francis Dove, appointed 23 July 1716
- Captain Sir Nicholas Trevanion, appointed 22 April 1726
- Captain Matthew Morris, appointed 9 December 1737
- Captain Philip Vanbrugh, appointed 8 January 1738
- Captain Sir Frederick Rogers, Bart., appointed 3 October 1753
- Captain Paul Henry Ourry, appointed 30 January 1775
- Mr Edward Le Cras, appointed December 1782
- Captain Sir John Laforey, Bart., appointed 6 May 1784
- Captain Robert Fanshawe, appointed 13 November 1789
- Captain William Shield, appointed 12 December 1815 – 1822 (reappointed Resident Commissioner Devonport from 1823 until 1828.
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