Harry Francis Hughes-Hallett
Life & Career
Hughes-Hallett was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 26 April, 1866. On 20 June 1868, the British Museum reported his valuable service in connection with the removal of antiquities from Ephesus.
In October 1872, he was commended by the Commander-in-Chief, China for his work with the gunnery in Barossa.
In November 1878, he was praised for his work disembarking Indian troops at Cyprus.
Hughes-Hallett was promoted to the rank of Commander on 23 June, 1880.
Hughes-Hallett was promoted to the rank of Captain on 21 June, 1887. He was mildly censured for invaliding a Paymaster from Liffey without approval.
Hughes-Hallett was appointed in command of the corvette Garnet in August, 1890. In November 1893 and August 1894, there were irregularities in the canteen receipts for Garnet, and the Admiralty expressed its "extreme dissatisfaction" with the part Hughes-Hallett had played in the aftermath.
In September 1895, he received a certificate for taking a course in ballooning.
Hughes-Hallett was appointed in command of the first class protected cruiser Gibraltar in January, 1896.
Placed on the Retired List on account of age on 11 October, 1899, Hughes-Hallett was promoted to the rank of Rear-Admiral (retired) on 15 June, 1901 and then to Vice-Admiral (retired) on 22 July, 1905.
He died in Plymouth Hospital from heart failure.
Albert B. Jenkings
|Captain of H.M.S. Garnet
1 Aug, 1890 – 1 Sep, 1894
|Captain of H.M.S. Gibraltar
14 Jan, 1896
Harry L. F. Royle
Robert W. Craigie
|Captain of H.M.S. Camperdown
28 May, 1898 – 11 Oct, 1899
Alvin C. Corry
- The Navy List. (April, 1894). p. 221.
- The Navy List. (March, 1896). p. 226.
- The Navy List. (October, 1898). p. 236.