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Product images of Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Graves (1680-1755)
Product details Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Graves (1680-1755)
Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Graves (1680-1755)
A three-quarter length portrait to left. Although he appears to be wearing flag officer's full-dress uniform, 1748- 67, the lacing is curiously idiosyncratic. Relatively little is known about the sitter. He was made post-captain in 1713 and although employed for many years he is only notable for his command of the 'Norfolk', 80 guns, which took a prominent part in Vernon's attack on Cartagena in 1741. He was promoted onto the Superannuated List in 1747.
- Image ref: BHC2721
- National Maritime Museum