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2nd Governor-General of
Lord Jellicoe served in the Egyptian War (1882).
In 1902 he married Florence Gwendoline Cayzer and together they had one son and five daughters.
In the first World War he commanded the Grand Fleet (1914-16) and, after the Battle of Jutland (1916), became First Lord, Chief of Naval Staff, and Viscount.
He was appointed Governor-General of New Zealand in 1920, an office which he served most capably.
He was a great sportsman and patron of nearly every yacht club in New Zealand.
Lord Jellicoe wrote three books based on naval experiences:
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