Hamond, Sir Graham Eden, 1779-1862 (2nd Baronet and Admiral)
- Existence: 1779 - 1862
Admiral Sir Graham Eden Hamond (1779-1862), son of Captain Sir Andrew Snape Hamond, 1st Baronet (1738-1828), held various commands during the Napoleonic Wars. In 1824 he conveyed Lord Stuart de Rothesay to Brazil in the Wellesley. From 1834 to 1838 he held the post of senior officer commanding the South America Squadron.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Letters to Sir Graham Hamond, 1836
Comprises three letters from William Gore Ouseley, charge d'affaires in Rio de Janeiro, to Rear Admiral Sir Graham E. Hamond, March-April 1836, together with two copy letters in Portuguese.
Sir Andrew Snape Hamond and Sir Graham Eden Hamond: Correspondence and Papers
Sir Graham Eden Hamond: commonplace book.
1 vol., in parchment-covered boards, misc. notes, shorthand, copy letter to Governor of Corunna from HMS Blo____, 1801, verse, song, anecdotes, remarkable characters, accounts of cargoes of Spanish vessels, 1804, copy letters of Sir Graham Moore. From back, scrap of a journal, pencil sketches of ships, naval instruments.
Sir Graham Hamond: South American papers
Consular documents and papers concerning Admiralty proposals for the provisioning of ships.
- Collection 3
- Archival Object 1