Royal Naval Biography/Innes, Thomas
THOMAS INNES, Esq.
[Post-Captain of 1810.]
Received his first commission in Nov. 1790; and was made a Commander into the Pomona armed ship, on the North Sea station, Dec. 26, 1799. On the 7th Aug. 1804, being then in the Rambler brig, he attacked a French convoy near Isle Dieu, captured two vessels, and drove the remainder on shore. He was afterwards actively employed in the Childers brig, and Myrtle ship-sloop, until his advancement to post rank, Oct. 21, 1810.
Captain Innes’s lady is a sister to Captain George Sayer, C.B.
Agents.– Messrs. Stilwell.