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Severne, Henry, 1800-1838 (seaman and clergyman)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1800-1838

Henry Severne (1800-38), son of Samuel Severne of Wallop Hall, Shrewsbury, was midshipman on board HMS Dublin, 1813-14; HMS Bedford, 1814-15; HMS Ville de Paris, 1815; and HMS Savannah, 1815-16 (part of the squadron taking Napoleon to St. Helena, 1815). Severne was an undergraduate at Christ's College, Cambridge, 1820-24. He was afterwards ordained and became curate at Westbury, Shropshire.

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Henry Severne: Midshipman's Log Books

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.9328
Dates: 1813-1816
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