Royal Naval Biography/Curran, John Bartholomew Hoar

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JOHN BARTHOLOMEW HOAR CURRAN, Esq.
[Commander.]

A son of the late Right Hon. John Philpot Curran, formerly Master of the Rolls in Ireland, Member of the Privy Council, &c. &c.

This officer was made a lieutenant in June, 1806; promoted to the rank of commander, Aug. 2d, 1811; appointed to the Elk sloop, fitting out for the East India station, Nov. 11th, 1813; and removed from that vessel to the Tyne 24, in Mar. 1816. The latter ship returned home, and was paid off at Plymouth, previous to Jan. 1817; since which he has not been employed.