Brian Richmond Brasier-Creagh

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Lieutenant-Commander (retired) Brian Richmond Brasier-Creagh, (12 September, 1899 – ) served in the Royal Navy.

Life & Career

Brasier-Creagh was granted the acting rank of Sub-Lieutenant on 15 November, 1917.

Brasier-Creagh was promoted to the rank of Sub-Lieutenant on 15 May, 1918.

Brasier-Creagh was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 15 May, 1920.

In 1922, he was described as "slow" by Captain Lionel Fitzgerald Maitland-Kirwan. Despite this, in September 1923 he was permitted to study at Oxford under his own arrangement while unemployed on half-pay.

Brasier-Creagh was retired owing to non-servie on 24 March, 1926 and was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Commander on the Retired List on 15 May, 1928.

In early 1933, he travelled to Switzerland.

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