Commander Roddam Thomas Douglas

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Commander Roddam Douglas was from 1807-08 held as a prisoner of war at Verdun. He was the eldest son of Admiral Billy Douglas.

Captain Roddam Douglas, of H.M. sloop Sylph, died on 3rd August 1813, at Halifax, after a long illness. His remains were interred with every honour due to his rank.

First Known Service: 21 June 1768
Lieutenant, 21 June 1798
Commander, 9 August 1810

April 1813, Sylph As Commanding Officer


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