Product images of Captain George Miller Bligh (circa 1780-1834)
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Captain George Miller Bligh (circa 1780-1834)
A half-length facing portrait to the left in captain's (over three years) undress uniform, 1795-1812, with gold epaulettes. Bligh became a captain in 1808. As a lieutenant he was severely wounded by a musket ball at the Battle of Trafalgar and was in 'Victory's' cockpit when Nelson died there (see BHC2894).
- Image reference: BHC2562
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Greenwich Hospital Collection