Captain Frederick Percival Trench RN

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Captain Frederick Percival Trench RN

Postby opcmh » 14 May 2016 18:27

Would anyone have any information or a photo of this officer or ship's company. He was Captain of the HMS Royal Arthur in 1895, died and was buried at sea....jack
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Re: Captain Frederick Percival Trench RN

Postby Bushman » 18 May 2016 07:57

For their services in the upper Burmah campaign, Captain Robert Woodward was made a C.B. (May 29, 1886), Commander Clutterbuck was posted (March 1, 1886), and Lieutenant Frederick Perceval Trench was made a Commander (Dec. 81, 1885).
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Re: Captain Frederick Percival Trench RN

Postby opcmh » 02 Jun 2016 06:09

Hi: Thank you for the note, there is an 1895 monument to him at CFB Esquimalt in Victoria, BC Canada and I am doing research for an article I am writing. regards jack bates
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