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'''Stewart Ayscough Perry-Ayscough''' ( – ) served in the [[Royal Navy]].
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{{CommRN}} '''Stewart Ayscough Perry-Ayscough''', R.N. (18 June, 1871 – ) served in the [[Royal Navy]].
  
 
==Life & Career==
 
==Life & Career==
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The son of Lord Congleton.
  
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Appointed to the {{UK-Arrogant|f=t}} on 3 November, 1903, Perry-Ayscough died of Mediterranean enteric fever at Royal Naval Hospital, Devonport.
  
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Latest revision as of 10:23, 23 July 2020

Commander Stewart Ayscough Perry-Ayscough, R.N. (18 June, 1871 – ) served in the Royal Navy.

Life & Career

The son of Lord Congleton.

Perry-Ayscough was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 30 June, 1893.

Perry-Ayscough was promoted to the rank of Commander dated 30 June, 1903.[1]

Appointed to the second class protected cruiser Arrogant on 3 November, 1903, Perry-Ayscough died of Mediterranean enteric fever at Royal Naval Hospital, Devonport.

See Also

Naval Appointments
Preceded by
George S. Q. Carr
Captain of H.M.S. Circe
31 Mar, 1902 – Dec, 1902
Succeeded by
Godfrey E. Corbett
Preceded by
Ernest F. A. Gaunt
Captain of H.M.S. Landrail
18 Dec, 1902[2]
Succeeded by
?
Preceded by
?
Captain of H.M.S. Lee
21 Jul, 1903[3] – 19 Aug, 1903
Succeeded by
Colin K. MacLean

Footnotes

  1. "Naval & Military Intelligence." The Times (London, England), Wednesday, Jul 01, 1903; pg. 12; Issue 37121.
  2. The Navy List. (May, 1903). p. 276a.
  3. "APPOINTMENTS FOR THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES." The Times (London, England), Thursday, Jul 16, 1903; pg. 8; Issue 37134.