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Pellew - Captain Pownoll William., R.N.
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Capt. Pownoll William Pellew & Mary Elizabeth Bagnell Pellew
The Grave and Headstone, in Madeira, of Capt. Pownoll William Pellew, R.N.
Pownoll William Pellew, Captain in the Royal Navy. b. 27 Jan. 1837, of 17 Rue Bayard, Pau, Basses Pyrénées, France and Chateau de Bellevue, Laroin, Pau, Basses Pyrénées, France. 3rd s. of Rev. Hon. Edward William Pellew (4th s. of 1st Viscount Exmouth) and Mary Anne (Marianne) Winthrop (b. 1809 d. 6 Mar. 1867), dau. of Stephen John Winthrop, M.D., (Doctor of Medicine) m. 20 June 1867, Mary Elizabeth Bagnell, dau. of Rev. John Armstrong Bagnell, and d.12 Mar. 1872, (aged 35) at Madeira and is buried there, leaving issue,
1. EDWARD IRVING POWNOLL, 8th Viscount Exmouth
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17 Rue Bayard, Pau - Laroin, Pau, France
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|222.||Pellew, Commander Pownoll.** FLEET MANOEUVRING. Mitchell. Lon. 1868. Sepia frontis, b/w fldg. diagrams. vi, 91 pp. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR, who was the grandson of Admiral Viscount Exmouth, a naval hero of the Napoleonic wars. This is his treatise on tactics in the age of steam. Pellew is quick to point out that vessels with their own motive power will fight sea battles in a new way. He organizes and comments on the different forms of engagement. With folding b/w plate of divisional pennants and distinguishing flags, as well as 9 folding plates of battle plans and formations. Rebacked, VG in original blind stamped boards. $300|
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** Father of the 8th Viscount Exmouth
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