John Foster Barham Carslake

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Captain John Foster Barham Carslake, (4 May, 1889 – ) served in the Royal Navy.

Life & Career

Carslake was awarded the second-ever Ogilvy Medal, for the year 1913, for taking first place in examinations to qualify for Lieutenant (T).

During the Great War, he served as torpedo officer in Inflexible, Ocean and Malaya.[1]

Carslake was promoted to the rank of Commander in 1922, while serving in Hood.[2]

Carslake was promoted to the rank of Captain in 1929.[3]

Carslake was replaced as Deputy Director of Torpedoes and Mining by fellow Ogilvy Medal winner Captain Gervase Boswell Middleton and was placed on the Retired List at his own request on 10 February, 1936.[4]

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Bibliography

Naval Appointments
Preceded by
Edmund G. N. Rushbrooke
Captain of H.M.S. Versatile
8 Nov, 1930[5]
Succeeded by
Claude P. Hermon-Hodge
Preceded by
Patrick E. Parker
Deputy Director of Torpedoes and Mining
1931 – 10 Feb, 1936
Succeeded by
Gervase B. Middleton

Footnotes

  1. "Captain Carslake's Retirement." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Feb 08, 1936; pg. 17; Issue 47293.
  2. "Captain Carslake's Retirement." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Feb 08, 1936; pg. 17; Issue 47293.
  3. "Captain Carslake's Retirement." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Feb 08, 1936; pg. 17; Issue 47293.
  4. "Captain Carslake's Retirement." The Times (London, England), Saturday, Feb 08, 1936; pg. 17; Issue 47293.
  5. The Navy List. (July, 1931). p. 279a.