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Rhode Island (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): entry parker-sir-peter
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): entry parker-sir-peter
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the wn an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
December 21st, 1811 AD (search for this): entry parker-sir-peter
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
Parker, Sir Peter 1721-1811 Naval officer; born in England in 1721; became a post-cap tain in the British navy in 1747. As com mander of a fleet, he co-operated with Sir Henry Clinton in an unsuccessful attack on Charleston, June 28, 1776. He afterwards assisted both Viscount General Howe and Admiral Lord Howe in the capture of New York, and commanded the squadron which took possession of Rhode Island late in that year. Afterwards he was a member of Parliament; was made admiral of the white, and on the death of Lord Howe (1799), as the oldest admiral Sir Peter Parker (from an English print). in the navy, he became admiral of the fleet. He died in England, Dec. 21, 1811.
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