Product images of Admiral Lord George Keith Elphinstone, 1st Viscount Keith (1746-1823)
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Admiral Lord George Keith Elphinstone, 1st Viscount Keith (1746-1823)
Keith was born at Stirling and first served in the Navy during the Seven Years War, though only commissioned in 1770. Thereafter he fought with distinction, gaining several important victories both in Europe and elsewhere. He made his name by capturing Charleston, South Carolina, in the spring of 1780 and, still a captain, helped take Toulon in 1793 at the start of the French Revolutionary War.
George Lethbridge Sanders
- Image reference: BHC2816
- National Maritime Museum