Renshaw, William Bainbridge, Cmdre

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Last Rank
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Line Officer
Primary Unit
1862-1863, Surface Vessels USS V-Z
Service Years
1831 - 1863

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Home State
New York
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Home Town
Brooklyn, New York
Last Address
Renshaw, William B.
Midshipman, 17 November, 1831.
Passed Midshipman, 15 June, 1837.
Lieutenant, 8 September, 1841.
Commander, 26 April, 1861.
Killed in battle 1 January, 1863.

Casualty Date
Jan 01, 1863
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  Battalion of Sailors, from the fleet on the Pacific coast 1847
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Jul 1, 2010

* Battalion of Sailors, from the fleet on the Pacific coast, organized by Commodore Robert F. Stockton, for the recapture of Los Angeles, California, January 1847. Major, Stephen C. Rowan (Lieutenant U. S. Navy).
o Artillery Company. Captain Richard L. Tilghman (Lieutenant)
o A Company. Captain. John Guest (Acting master).
o B Company. Captain. William B. Renshaw (Lieutenant)
o C Company. Captain. Benjamin F. B. Hunter (Acting Lieutenant)
o D Company. Captain. Edward Higgins (Acting Lieutenant)
o E Company. Captain. J. Fenwick Stenson (Acting Lieutenant)
o F Company. Captain James M. Duncan (Passed Midshipman)
o G Company. Captain John Peed (Sailmaker).
o Sappers and Miners. Captain John Southwick (Carpenter).

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