Lt. Stephen Francis Douglas

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Stephen Francis Douglas, second son of Capt. W. H. Douglas, R.N., was an officer in the Royal Navy.

He passed his examination 1 Sept. 1841; and served as Mate, on the East India, and Mediterranean stations, in the Belleisle troop-ship, Capt. John Kingcome, and Cornwallis 72, and Hibernia 104, flag-ships of Sir Wm. Parker. He obtained his commission 30 Sept. 1845; and still (c1846) serves in the Hibernia, in the capacity of Additional-Lieutenant.

He was Chief Officer of the Coast Guard - Kessingland and Lowestoft (22 Nov 1852).

In March 1860, at Mancetter, Warwickshire, Commander Stephen Francis Douglas, esq., R.N., married Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of Stratford Stratton Baxter, esq., of Mancetter-manor.

COAST GUARD.
Lieutenants, R.N.—Stephen Francis Douglas to command the Kessingland Station, vice Baskerville, resigned (1853)

COAST GUARD.

Removals—Lieutenant Stephen F. Douglas, R.N., from Kessingland to the Grays Station, vice Mr. Dyer, previously removed. Lieutenant Stephen Francis Douglas, R.N., from Kessingland to the Reculvers Station, vice Lieutenant Bowden, promoted ; this Officer's appointment to Grays, as previously announced, having been cancelled. (?1853)

 

Notes:

1. Stephen's father was dead by the time Stephen married in 1860

 



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