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Royal Naval Biography/Groube, Thomas


THOMAS GROUBE, Esq.
[Post-Captain of 1814.]

Obtained the rank of lieutenant Aug. 1[errata 1], 1799; and served as first of the Culloden 74, bearing the flag of Sir Edward Pellew, on the East India station. He commanded a division of boats at the destruction of the Dutch shipping in Batavia roads, Nov. 27, 1806; and the Victor sloop, at Griessee, Dec. 11, 1807[1].

This officer was advanced to the rank of commander July 31, 1809; appointed to the Calypso brig July 29, 1812; and posted June 7, 1814. He married at Madras, March 17, 1810, Mrs. Watson, daughter of the late James Dudson, Esq.




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