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Trillo was promoted to the rank of {{CGunnerRN}} on 7 October, 1917.
 
Trillo was promoted to the rank of {{CGunnerRN}} on 7 October, 1917.
  
On 23 July, 1918 Trillo was appointed to H.M.S. ''Tarlair'',{{NLJan19|p. 1088}} the [[Hydrophone]] training and experimental station on the [[Firth of Forth]], acting as a deputy to Temporary {{LCommRNVR}} [[Anthony Ashley Froude|Froude]].  Trillo was tasked with closing down the base in 1919, and wrote to his wife in January 1919 that life at Aberdour was miserable due to cost, constant rain and poor roads.<ref>[http://www.hmstarlairfife.org.uk/Index.asp?MainID=26694 HMSTarlairFire.org.uk website]</ref>
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On 23 July, 1918 Trillo was appointed to {{UK-Tarlair|f=p}},{{NLJan19|p. 1088}} the [[Hydrophone]] training and experimental station on the [[Firth of Forth]], acting as a deputy to Temporary {{LCommRNVR}} [[Anthony Ashley Froude|Froude]].  Trillo was tasked with closing down the base in 1919, and wrote to his wife in January 1919 that life at Aberdour was miserable due to cost, constant rain and poor roads.<ref>[http://www.hmstarlairfife.org.uk/Index.asp?MainID=26694 HMSTarlairFire.org.uk website]</ref>
  
 
Trillo was appointed in command of the rescue tug [[H.M.S. St. Fagan (1918)|''St. Fagan'']] from 7 July, 1922 to 6 June, 1924, being promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} during this appointment, on 12 August, 1922.
 
Trillo was appointed in command of the rescue tug [[H.M.S. St. Fagan (1918)|''St. Fagan'']] from 7 July, 1922 to 6 June, 1924, being promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} during this appointment, on 12 August, 1922.

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Lieutenant-Commander (retired) Edward James Trillo, R.N. (14 January, 1878 – 3 March, 1945) served in the Royal Navy.

Life & Career

Trillo was granted the acting rank of Gunner on 7 October, 1902 and confirmed in the rank on 16 October, 1903.

Trillo was appointed in command of the first-class torpedo boat T.B. 79 on 13 March, 1913.[1]

Trillo was promoted to the rank of Chief Gunner on 7 October, 1917.

On 23 July, 1918 Trillo was appointed to H.M.S. Tarlair,[2] the Hydrophone training and experimental station on the Firth of Forth, acting as a deputy to Temporary Lieutenant-Commander R.N.V.R. Froude. Trillo was tasked with closing down the base in 1919, and wrote to his wife in January 1919 that life at Aberdour was miserable due to cost, constant rain and poor roads.[3]

Trillo was appointed in command of the rescue tug St. Fagan from 7 July, 1922 to 6 June, 1924, being promoted to the rank of Lieutenant during this appointment, on 12 August, 1922.

Trillo was appointed in command of the rescue tug St. Cyrus from 31 July, 1924 to 10 April, 1926. He lost one of her anchors in 1925 through an error in judgment.

Trillo was appointed in command of the rescue tug St. Martin from 11 April, 1926 to 19 June, 1926, when he was appointed in charge of a rifle range in Portsmouth.

Trillo was placed on the Retired List on account of age on 14 January, 1928 and promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Commander (retired) on 12 August, 1930.

See Also

Naval Appointments
Preceded by
William Barlow
Captain of H.M.S. Taku
24 Jun, 1910[4] – Feb, 1912
Succeeded by
Francis G. Brickenden
Preceded by
George B. Hazell
Captain of H.M. T.B. 079
13 Mar, 1913[5] – 4 May, 1915
Succeeded by
Frederick T. Groome

Footnotes

  1. The Navy List. (January, 1915). p. 401.
  2. The Navy List. (January, 1919). p. 1088.
  3. HMSTarlairFire.org.uk website
  4. The Navy List. (April, 1911). p. 381.
  5. The Navy List. (April, 1915). p. 401b.