Lionel Read Place, 18161854 (aged 38 years)

Name
Lionel Read /Place/
Given names
Lionel Read
Surname
Place
Birth 1816
British King
George III
from October 25, 1760 to January 29, 1820 (aged 4 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Robert Jenkinson
from June 8, 1812 to April 12, 1827 (aged 11 years)

Peterloo Massacre
Cavalry was used to disperse a large crowd who were demanding electoral reform. 15 were killed and hundreds injured.
August 16, 1819 (aged 3 years)
British King
George IV
from January 29, 1820 to June 26, 1830 (aged 14 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
George Canning
from April 12, 1827 to August 31, 1827 (aged 11 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Frederick John Robinson
from August 31, 1827 to January 22, 1828 (aged 12 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington
from January 22, 1828 to November 22, 1830 (aged 14 years)

British King
William IV
from June 26, 1830 to June 20, 1837 (aged 21 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Charles Grey
from November 22, 1830 to July 16, 1834 (aged 18 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
William Lamb
from July 16, 1834 to November 17, 1834 (aged 18 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington
from November 17, 1834 to December 10, 1834 (aged 18 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Robert Peel
from December 10, 1834 to April 18, 1835 (aged 19 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
William Lamb
from April 18, 1835 to August 30, 1841 (aged 25 years)

Death of a fatherRev John Conyers Place
before 1843 (aged 27 years)

Religious marriageAnne WoodhouseView this family
November 4, 1843 (aged 27 years)
Occupation
Lietenant, HMS Queen.
November 6, 1843 (aged 27 years)

Birth of a sonHenry Harvey Place
between October 1844 and December 1844 (aged 28 years)
Source: BMD Idexes
Birth of a daughterAnn Woodhouse Place
between January 1846 and March 1846 (aged 30 years)
Birth of a sonLionel Place
July 10, 1847 (aged 31 years)
Death of a sonLionel Place
January 1848 (aged 32 years)
Military 1849 (aged 33 years)

Note: British Naval Biographical Dictionary 1849

British Naval Biographical Dictionary 1849 LIONEL READ PLACE entered the Navy 31 Oct 1829; passed his examination 5 July 1836; served in the East Indies as Mate in the MELVILLE, Capt. Hon. Rich. Saunders Dundas; and was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant 29 March 1842, in honour of a visit paid by her Majesty the Queen, on the eve of the departure of that ship for the Mediterranean, with the flag of Sir Edw. W. C. R. Owen. His appointments have since been 5 April 1842, again to the Queen, in which ship he returned to England under the command of Sir Chas. Sullivan, and was paid off in 1844 - 4 Dec 1846, to the AMPHION steam-frigate, of 300 horse power, Capt, Woodford John Williams, fitting at Devonport - and 8 Feb 1847, to the President, flag-ship of Rear Admiral Jas. Rich. Dacres at the Cape of Good Hope, where he is now serving.

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Birth of a sonLionel Reynolds Place
1850 (aged 34 years)
Death of a sonLionel Reynolds Place
1851 (aged 35 years)
Birth of a sonJohn Conyers Place
between January 1851 and March 1851 (aged 35 years)
Baptism of a sonLionel Reynolds Place
May 4, 1851 (aged 35 years)
Death of a sonHenry Harvey Place
between October 1851 and December 1851 (aged 35 years)
Source: BMD Idexes
Death of a sonJohn Conyers Place
between January 1852 and March 1852 (aged 36 years)
Birth of a daughterCordelia Blanche Place
between January 1854 and March 1854 (aged 38 years)
British Queen
Victoria
from June 20, 1837 to January 22, 1901 (aged 85 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Robert Peel
from August 30, 1841 to June 30, 1846 (aged 30 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
John Russell
from June 30, 1846 to February 20, 1852 (aged 36 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Edward Smith-Stanley
from February 20, 1852 to December 19, 1852 (aged 36 years)

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
George Hamilton-Gordon
from December 19, 1852 to February 6, 1855 (aged 39 years)

The Crimean War from October 16, 1853 to March 30, 1856 (aged 40 years)

Death May 24, 1854 (aged 38 years)
Source: BMD Idexes
Text:

Name: - PLACE, Lionel Read Registration District: - Barnstaple County: - Devon Year of Registration: - 1854 Quarter of Registration: - Apr-May-Jun Volume No: - 5B Page No: - 302

Family with parents
father
mother
elder brother
1807
Birth: 1807Mrnhull, Dorsetshire, England
Death:
10 years
himself
18161854
Birth: 1816EastDown, Devon, England
Death: May 24, 1854Barnstaple, Devon, England
Family with Anne Woodhouse
himself
18161854
Birth: 1816EastDown, Devon, England
Death: May 24, 1854Barnstaple, Devon, England
wife
18171902
Birth: September 3, 1817 45 20Walton on the Hill, West Derby, England
Death: October 23, 1902Christchurch, Hampshire, England
Marriage
Marriage: November 4, 1843St Paul's Cathedral, Valletta, Malta
14 months
son
18441851
Birth: between October 1844 and December 1844 28 27Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
Death: between October 1851 and December 1851Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England
18 months
daughter
PLACE - Ann Woodhouse
18461871
Birth: between January 1846 and March 1846 30 28Newton Abbot, Devon, England
Death: between 1871 and 1874Rome, Italy
19 months
son
18471848
Birth: July 10, 1847 31 29London, England
Death: January 1848Elstead, Surrey, England
4 years
son
18501851
Birth: 1850 34 32Rio D Janerio, Brazil
Baptism: May 4, 1851 35 33Elstead, Surrey, England
Death: 1851Ventnor, Hampshire, England
15 months
son
18511852
Birth: between January 1851 and March 1851 35 33Elstead, Surrey, England
Death: between January 1852 and March 1852Isle of Wight, England
3 years
daughter
PLACE Cordelia Blanche
18541907
Birth: between January 1854 and March 1854 38 36Barnstaple, Devon, England
Death: May 12, 1907Pancras, London, England
Military

British Naval Biographical Dictionary 1849 LIONEL READ PLACE entered the Navy 31 Oct 1829; passed his examination 5 July 1836; served in the East Indies as Mate in the MELVILLE, Capt. Hon. Rich. Saunders Dundas; and was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant 29 March 1842, in honour of a visit paid by her Majesty the Queen, on the eve of the departure of that ship for the Mediterranean, with the flag of Sir Edw. W. C. R. Owen. His appointments have since been 5 April 1842, again to the Queen, in which ship he returned to England under the command of Sir Chas. Sullivan, and was paid off in 1844 - 4 Dec 1846, to the AMPHION steam-frigate, of 300 horse power, Capt, Woodford John Williams, fitting at Devonport - and 8 Feb 1847, to the President, flag-ship of Rear Admiral Jas. Rich. Dacres at the Cape of Good Hope, where he is now serving.

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