2 edition of Winder, William, To Be a Commodore on the Retired List (H.R. 14684) found in the catalog.
Winder, William, To Be a Commodore on the Retired List (H.R. 14684)
|Statement||United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Sixty-First Congress, second session|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1249|
After being commissioned captain, in , he engaged in destroying the slave-trade. During the Civil War he attained the rank of commodore on the retired list, 16 July, , and at its close was put in charge of the fifth lighthouse district. THOMAS F. MEEHAN. Beehler, William Henry, "To Place on Retired List" (Book) H.R. , "To Correct the Record of William Henry Beehler, Commodore, U.S. Navy" (Book) William Henry Beehler.
No, I think the Commodore (Commodore Warwick is now retired) is senior to all other captains in Cunard Line, but has no direct authority over them. And I believe that "commodore" is a traditional rank above that of captain, generally discontinued nowadays, but still used on Cunard ships when a captain is considered to warrant that title. He commanded the steamer “Canandaigua,” of the North Atlantic squadron, in '3, was promoted to commodore, 12 Sept., , and was placed on the retired list on 9 Nov., , by reason of his age.
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William Henry Winder ( – ) was an American soldier and a Maryland lawyer. He was a controversial general in the U.S. Army during the War of Winder was born in Somerset County, Maryland. He was the nephew of Levin Winder. He graduated at the University of Pennsylvania, and from to practiced law in Baltimore.
Captain William Andrew Winder was a U.S. Army Commanding Officer of Fort Alcatraz. A native of Maryland, he served in the Army for eighteen years, having been promoted to lieutenant in the Mexican–American War, serving continuously until He was appointed second lieutenant, Third Artillery, Ma ; first lieutenant, Third Artillery, Aug ; and captain, Third Artillery.
William Henry Winder was an American soldier and a Maryland lawyer. He was a controversial general in the U.S. Army during the War of On Augas a brigadier general, he led American troops in their disastrous defeat at the Battle of Bladensburg, which led to the Burning of Washington by British troops.
Winder was court-martialed for his role in the battle, but acquitted of any wrongdoing. In The Commodore, the Navy in is fighting a Winder battle against Japan for control of the Solomon Islands.
Vice Admiral William "Bull" Halsey P. Deutermann's previous novels of the US Navy in World War II - Pacific Glory, Ghosts of Bungo Suido, and Sentinels of Fire - have been acclaimed by reviewers and readers for their powerful /5.
William A. Winder 1st Lieutenant, 3rd U.S. Artillery Regiment These documents were stolen by Howard Harner. Letter dated Octowhile Lieutenant Winder was stationed at San Diego Barracks, California. Winder would later go through court marshal proceedings for what would become known as the “Blandensburg races,” aptly describing the speed with which Winder’s men fled the battle.
The nation watched as the seat of their new republic burned, solidifying one of. An attack on Barney's boats would provide ample warning to General William Winder, who commanded the American forces defending Washington.
On 16 August, American scouts sighted an enemy convoy transporting 5, British soldiers, veterans who had fought and bested Napoleon's forces during the Peninsular War. The troops landed at Benedict on the 19th. Internals by Rainer Ellinger; a Data Becker Book published by Abacus Software.
Dear Reader, With the / disk drive you have one of the most powerful. Helmore retired from the R.A.F. at his own request in to devote himself to research at Cambridge, but be returned to the active list in August His appointments included Wing Commander (1 July Air Commodore (1 March ), Honorary Group Captain (21 May ) and Honorary Air Commodore.
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Frank W. Bartlett died at Boston, Massachusetts, on 20 August This page features all the views we have related to Commodore Frank W. Bartlett, USN (Retired) Frank W. Bartlett recorded many interesting aspects of his service in a manuscript entitled "Naval Yarns".
Commodore (Cdre) is a rank of the Royal Navy above captain and below rear admiral. It has a NATO ranking code of OF The rank is equivalent to brigadier in the British Army and Royal Marines and to air commodore in the Royal Air : One-star. Biographies of retired Navy flag officers are linked from the list below.
Please select on the right-hand column the first letter of the last name to obtain faster access to the biography you're. Unfortunately General William H. Winder, a Marylander and a relative of the Governor of the state was appointed to command the district. Winder’s recent military experience had come on the Niagara Front, where he had been captured by the British at the battle of Stoney Creek after mistaking British for American troops.
In Chapter 1: Heritage, Customs, and Courtesies of the Army of the 50th Edition of Army Officer's Guide, by LTC Keith E. Bonn, USA, Retired (, Stackpole Books), he states under Use of Titles by Retired Personnel: "Official signatures will include the designated retired status after the grade, thus, "USA Retired" will be used by members on.
How to Address Retired Officers or Enlisted Personnel of a United States Armed Service. 1) The service designation (the abbreviation for the branch of service, e.g., USN or USAF) and retired are used on official written correspondence and in official situations when it is important to specify the person is retired and is not on active duty.
2) The service designation and retired are not used. On the evening of FebruBarney’s Fountain Inn hosted a public dinner to celebrate General William H.
Winder visiting Baltimore on his way to Canada. A native of Somerset County Maryland, William Henry Winder started practicing as a lawyer in Baltimore in He retired with the rank of Captain in Decemberand was promoted to Rear Admiral on the retired list in July Sloat was a Freemason, and belonged to St.
Nicholas lodge No. in New York City. He died in New Brighton, New York, and was buried in. Below is a list of some of the more obscure occupations that you may find on the English Census during your genealogy research.
The English census has been taken every 10 years since but, because they can not be viewed by the public for years, we only have access to the, and census. Here it is. The updated Sonlight® Retired Book list. This should be up to date as of April If you find errors or have additions to make, please email me.
Also, I am still looking for 92, 93 and 96 catalogs. If you have any of these and would like to sell or give it to me, I would be grateful and could make this list more complete.Admiralis a senior rank of the Royal Navyof the United Kingdom, which equates to the NATO rank code OF-9, formally outranked only by the rank admiral of the fleet.
The rank of admiral is currently the highest rank to which an officer in the Royal Navy can be promoted, admiral of the fleet being used nowadays only for honorary promotions.
This work was published before January 1,and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.