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John Hose

  • Born: 18 May 1790, Saint Edmund The King And Martyr Lombard Street, London, London, England
  • Christened: 30 May 1790
  • Marriage: Malvina Jane Sharpe on 18 Mar 1823 in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Newfoundland
  • Died: 2 Jun 1834 aged 44
  • Buried: 7 Jun 1834, East Stonhouse, Devon

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Ships John served on:-
July 1818 13 Hose John 1 Mar 1813
AID, 6, sloop, surveying vessel Mediteranean
Capt Wm Henry Smyth 7/1/17
Lt John Hose appointed 7/1/17
Mast Thos Elson (act) 13/11/17
Asst Sur Wm Clarke (2) 31/1/17
Purs Rob Young 31/1/17
1831 -34 Hose John ordinary
Mar 1819 crew as above except
Sur J M Madden 12/10/18
Dec 1819 crew as above except
Lt C R Madden 21/11/18
Navy list 1830 Lieutenant John Hose Seniority 1 Mar 13
25/12/1822 ship 501
SNAP,12, Gun Brig surveying vessel Newfoundland
Snap Gun-brig 12, 181bm,84 x 22.5ft, 10-18pdr carr., 2-6pdr. Russell,Lyme Regis, 25.7.1812 Survey vessel 1823; powder hulk 1827. Sold 4.1.1832 Levy Rochester.
In 1821 HMS Snap did hydrographic surveys around the coasts of Newfoundland.
In 1824, the Griper was refitted for a Parry's third Northwest Passage expedition of 1824, sailing to Wager Bay in support of Hecla and Fury. She departed on 3 July 1824,[5] and proceeded in company with the survey vessel Snap. On this occasion, she was carrying a land component of men under the command of Captain Lyon
by this time John was back in UK
Lt John Hose 1/3/21
Mast ------
Sur James Lindsay 2/3/21
1824-1829 no ships listed
Appointed January 1831 to Devonport Naval Dockyard


John married Malvina Jane Sharpe on 18 Mar 1823 in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Newfoundland. (Malvina Jane Sharpe was born about 1804 in Newfoundland and died on 3 Sep 1882 in 28 Carlton Street, St. Pancreas, Middlesex.)

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