Llewellyn Edmund Traherne

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Lieutenant-Commander Llewellyn Edmund Traherne, R.N. (14 September, 1863 – ) served in the Royal Navy.

Life & Career

Born in Paris, the son of Colonel Traherne.

Traherne was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in April, 1886.

Traherne was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Commander in April, 1894. Afflicted with domestic issues, he resigned the service at his own request on 1 September 1896.

Traherne was placed on the Emergency List on 16 August, 1914 and appointed to H.M.S. Excellent. On 12 October, he was made a temporary acting Commander, but he died two days later at Haslar Hospital of pleuro pneumonia.

See Also

Naval Appointments
Preceded by
Guy A. J. Greville
Captain of H.M. T.B. 50
4 Jul, 1888[1] – 24 Aug, 1888
Succeeded by
Henry L. D. Pearce

Footnotes

  1. "Naval and Military Intelligence". The Times. Tuesday, 3 July, 1888. Issue 32428, col A, p. 10.