Biography Papers at the National Maritime Museum

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James Atkins, Sergeant of Marines: letters written to his uncle James Atkins, ironmonger at Windsor, 1804-9, includes letter written by W.A. Green on behalf of Atkins to his uncle, one letter of importance describing the action between the CHESAPEAKE and HMS LEOPARD, other letters concerned with pity, forgiveness and money.

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Ayscough family: Family legal and business papers. Also includes a seal. 1763-1856.

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Ayscough family: mainly legal and business papers of the family of Adm John Ayscough, with commissions, one of Hawkins Godolphin Ayscough, Lt in ROYAL WILLIAM, 1836, and one of Adm Ayscough as Rear-Adm, 1841.

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Ayscough family: A Seal.

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Memorial card of Thomas Abernethy, 13 Apr 1860 (formerly FD/34).

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M.J. Abbs, MBE: memoirs of naval and coastguard service, 1893-1946, written at the time of his retirement, (formerly BGY/1/12).

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