Cyril Leigh Wasey

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Lieutenant Cyril Leigh Wasey, (12 March, 1866 – 16 March, 1892) served in the Royal Navy.

Life & Career

Wasey was born the son of Reverend John S. Wasey, vicar of Compton, Newbury, Berkshire.

Wasey was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in January, 1889. He was awarded a second-class certificate in torpedoes following a Short Course in June, 1891 and commanded a torpedo boat in the annual manoeuvres immediately thereafter, before being appointed to a ship (perhaps Edinburgh?) in the Mediterranean in August, 1891.

Wasey died of enteric fever on 16 March, 1892.

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Naval Appointments
Preceded by
Arthur P. James
Captain of H.M. T.B. 58
8 Jul, 1891 – 5 Aug, 1891
Succeeded by
Cecil I. Prowse