Person    | Male  Born 16/11/1754  Died 6/10/1836

William Marsden, Secretary of the Admiralty

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: Indonisia, Ireland

William Marsden, Secretary of the Admiralty

As secretary of the Admiralty in November 1805 it was Marsden who was the first to receive the news of the Battle of Trafalgar. Born County Wicklow. Sent by the civil service to work in Sumatra and on his return wrote a book on the subject.

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William Marsden, Secretary of the Admiralty

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The Trafalgar Way - Admiralty

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