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Rear-Admiral Richard Tyrrell (1716/7-1766)
A three-quarter-length portrait to right in flag officer's full-dress uniform, 1748-1767, and a tie wig. In 1748 he frustrated a French attempt to take over Tobago, using only his frigate and forceful personality. In 1758, while in command of the 'Buckingham', 64 guns, he intercepted a French convoy protected by the 'Florissant', 74 guns, and two frigates. The 'Buckingham', is depicted in the right background of the portrait, flying a commodore's pendant and a white ensign.
- Image reference: BHC3064
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London