Royal Naval Biography/White, Charles Samuel

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CHARLES SAMUEL WHITE, Esq.
[Post-Captain of 1822.]

Was made lieutenant, June 13, 1808; commander, Sept. 24, 1814; and post-captain, Dec. 26, 1822. He acted as second to Captain Hassard Stackpoole, of the Statira frigate, when that officer was killed in a duel, at Jamaica, by Lieutenant Thomas Walbeoff Cecil, of the Argo 44[1]; and two of his letters, relative to that fatal affair, were soon afterwards published in the Naval Chronicle, vol. xxxi, p. 56 et seq, and p. 411 et seq.

Captain White died at Paris, May 25, 1823.