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Annapolis (Maryland, United States) (search for this): entry goldsborough-louis-malesherbes
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
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xican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron iapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blopolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Louis Malesherbes Goldsborough (search for this): entry goldsborough-louis-malesherbes
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic bloLouis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes 1805-1877 Naval officer; born in Washington, D. C., Feb. 18, 1805; was appointed midships Louis M. Goldsborough. man in 1821, and lieutenant in 1825. In the Seminole War (q. v.) he commanded a company of mounted volunteers, and also an armed steamer. Made commander in 1841, he took part in the Mexican War. From 1853 to 1857 he was superintendent of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. In the summer of 1861 he was placed in command of the North Atlantic blockading squadron, and with Burnside commanded the joint expedition to the sounds of North Carolina. For his services in the capture of Roanoke Island Congress thanked him. He afterwards dispersed the Confederate fleet under Lynch in North Carolina waters. He was made rear-admiral July 16, 1862; became commander of the European squadron in 1865; and was retired in 1873. He died in Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, 1877.
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