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Biographical details Biography - documents
Description Documents - This class contains single documents and small collections of documents which are of a biographical nature. It includes a pardon of alienation on the property left in the will of John Frettleton (d.1597), with the Great Seal (Elizabeth I) appended; letters, memoranda and certificates, 1852 to 1896, relating to the career of Dr William James Baird (1831-ca.1906; , Fleet Surgeon, who became a naval surgeon in 1852, served in the Crimean War with the Royal Marine Brigade in China, 1858 to 1859, and in the Ashanti War of 1874; papers relating to John Hoskin (b.1769), who was Master Shipwright at Bermuda Dockyard, 1811 to 1824, and his family, including a letter of 1805 from Captain (later Admiral) Thomas Masterman Hardy (1769-1839); and the certificates and letters of Captain Joseph Besant Fowler (b.1826), merchant seaman, which gives a detailed record of his career from the time of his indenture of apprenticeship in 1843 to his application for admission to the almshouse in 1886.
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Finding Reference BGY
Catalogue section Manuscript documents acquired singly by the Museum
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Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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