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Lieutenant General Sir Frederick William Adam


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1. Amelia Thompson

2. Diamantina Palatino
3. Anne Lindsay Maberley

Lieutenant General Sir Frederick William Adam 231,1028

  • Born: 17 June 1784 1029
  • Marriage (1): Amelia Thompson in 1811 900
  • Marriage (2): Diamantina Palatino on 23 June 1820 900
  • Marriage (3): Anne Lindsay Maberley on 24 July 1851 1027
  • Died: 17 August 1853, Greenwich Railway aged 69 1030,1031

bullet   Cause of his death was Apoplexy.1027


bullet  General Notes:

Governor of Madras. Married to Amelia.

From The Times, 18 August 1853

Sudden Death of General Sir Frederick Adam, G.C.B., G.C.M.B. - General Sir Frederick Adam, Colonel of the 21st Regiment of Foot (Royal North British Fusiliers), having been on a visit to his brother, Admiral Sir Charles Adam, K.C.B., Governor of Greenwich Hospital, entered one of the carriages on the Greenwich Railway yesterday morning, for the purpose of returning to London, and suddenly ceased to exist. Sir Frederick Adam served in Holland, and was present in the actions of the 27th of August, 10th of September, and 2d of October 1799; he was also present in the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st of March, 1801, in Egypt. Sir Frederick was severely wounded near Alicante on the 12th of April, 1813; and at the Pass of Ordall he received two wounds, one of which broke his left arm, and the other shattered his left hand. The late gallant officer was also severely wounded at the battle of Waterloo. General Sir Frederick Adam entered the service as Ensign on the 4th of November, 1795; was promoted to be Lieutenant on the 2d of February, 1796; Captain August 30, 1799; Major July 9, 1803; Lieutenant-Colonel August 28 , 1804; Colonel February 20, 1812; Major-General June 4, 1814; Lieutenant General July 22, 1830; and General November 9 1846. His commission as Colonel of the 21st North British Fusiliers bears date May 31, 1843, and his decease places the Colonelcy of that regiment at the disposal of the Commanding-in-Chief.


Frederick married Amelia Thompson in 1811.900 (Amelia Thompson died in 1812 in Messina, Italy 900.)


Frederick next married Diamantina Palatino on 23 June 1820.900 (Diamantina Palatino died on 1 June 1844 in Rome, Italy 900.)


Frederick next married Anne Lindsay Maberley, daughter of John Maberley and Unknown, on 24 July 1851.1027 (Anne Lindsay Maberley died c 1904 1027.)

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