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Devon Burials Transcription
First name(s) Edward
Last name Pellew
Birth year 1757
Death year 1833
Burial year 1833
Burial date 30 Jan 1833
Burial place Christow
Archive South West Heritage Trust
Notes Rt.hon Viscount Of Teignmouth
One of those impressed in 1793 was nineteen year old Richard Anderson a seaman from Yorkshire. He was a great letter writer and left a description of his time on HMS Nymphe and later, as ship's master of The Prince, kept a diary of his time at the Battle of Trafalgar which is preserved at the Greenwich Museum.
See "England Expects", biography of Richard Anderson. Val Tonks
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