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Ebenezer Johnston R.N.

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Ebenezer Johnston R.N.

Convict Ship Surgeon-Superintendent



Date of Seniority Royal Navy 17 April 1818


Naval History

Ebenezer Johnston was appointed to the position of Assistant Surgeon on 9 November 1812. He was appointed Surgeon to the Mersey in 1818 [3]


Knight of the Tower and Sword

In 1825 having served on HMS Lively, the Knight of the Royal Portuguese Military Order of the Tower and Sword (KTS) was conferred on him


Surgeon Ebenezer Johnston of the Lively granted Royal License  Bulletins and Other State Intelligence[1]



Surgeon Superintendent

Ebenezer Johnston was employed as Surgeon Superintendent on three convict ship voyages to Australia:


1). William Miles to Van Diemen's Land in 1828

2). Manlius to Van Diemen's Land in 1830

3). Captain Cook to New South Wales in 1832.



Death

Ebenezer Johnston died on 10 May 1849 at Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire. [2]



References

[1] Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

[2] United Service Magazine

[3] Edinburgh Magazine



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