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PostSubject: Lieutenant Anthony Kingscote, HMS Tenedos   Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:39 pm

Lieutenant Anthony Kingscote, HMS Tenedos

17 Oct 1846 Born to Henry Robert Kingscote and Harriett Elizabeth Tower in London

12 Mar 1860 Naval Cadet

19 Dec 1865 promoted to Sub-Lieutenant

19 Dec 1865 Sub-Lieutenant on HMS Racoon (Corvette, Channel Squadron)

22 Jan 1867 Sub-Lieutenant on HMS Galatea, H.M.S. Frigate (Particular Service)

5 Aug 1868 promoted to Lieutenant

1 Sep 1869 Lieutenant on HMS Royal Alfred (Flag Ship North America and West Indies)

16 Jun 1875 Lieutenant on HMS Raleigh (Frigate, Mediterranean)

25 Mar 1878 Senior Lieutenant (Gunnery) on HMS Tenedos (Corvette, Cape of Good Hope and West Coast of Africa) Commanded her brigade during the Zulu war; Senior Officer commanding on the Lower Tugela, assisting at the transport of troops, etc., across the river, and at the building of Forts Tenedos and Pearson, February and March, 1879; formed part of advance-guard of the Ekowe Relief Column, and had charge of two guns at the battle of Gingihlovo, 2nd April, 1879; mentioned in despatches; promoted (Zulu Medal and Clasp)

3 Jul 1879 promoted to Commander

16 Dec 1879 Commander on HMS Lord Warden (Coast Guard Service, Queensferry)

1882 Commander on HMS Sultan during Egyptian war, (Egyptian Medal, Khedive's Bronze Star)

1884 Commander on HMS Woodlark at Suakin, (naval and military operations in the Eastern Soudan, 1884 and 1885)

22 Jun 1886 Commander on HMS Curlew (Steel Gun and Torpedo Vessel, Temporarily attached to the Channel Squadron)

31 Dec 1887 promoted to Captain

9 Mar 1891 Announcement of his appointment to be Captain HMS Wallaroo (Australia Station)

3 Apr 1891 Placed on the Retired List

14 May 1891 Died at age 44, in London

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PostSubject: Re: Lieutenant Anthony Kingscote, HMS Tenedos   Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:46 pm

"On 20th December 1878, HMS Tenedos, under the command of Captain Edward Adeane, moored at Durban. On New Year's Day 1879, she landed a force of 3 officers and 58 men, led by Lieutenant Anthony Kingscote. They marched to the mouth of the Tegula River and joined the contingent from HMS Active. The men from Tenedos crossed the river and, along with men from 'The Buffs' and the Royal Engineers, built Fort Tenedos on the Zululand side. It was from this position that they joined Colonel Pearson's (of 'The Buffs' - the 3rd Regiment of Foot) No.1 Column in the Zulu War in January 1879. The column, a force of around 4,000 men included a Naval Brigade made up of 270 seamen and marines from HMS Active and HMS Tenedos equipped with two gatling guns and two 24-pounder rocket tubes."


Surname: Kingscote , First Names : Anthony
Awarded Medal (m) : m

Date promoted :
Commander: 03/07/1879
Lieutenant: 05/08/1868
Mate/Sub Lieutenant:: 19/12/1865

Date of Navy List - Appointment and date:
June 1870 : 422 - Royal Alfred 1 Sep 69 addl for disposal
June 1879 : 486 - Tenedos 25 Mar 78 (G)

Awards and Qualifications: : G ; ;


http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/24780/pages/6313/page.pdf
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PostSubject: Re: Lieutenant Anthony Kingscote, HMS Tenedos   Wed Aug 23, 2017 7:44 pm

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Lt. A. Kingscote HMS Tenedos, present at Gingindlovu & the Relief of Eshowe (Brompton)
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