Thomas Ouchterlony (1691 - 1777) Icn_world

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Birthplace: Dundee, Dundee City, UK
Death: Died in London, England
Occupation: Ship's Master
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About Thomas Ouchterlony

Born 1691 in Dundee.

May 1726 -May 1728 rating on H M S Royal Oak and eventually Master's Mate.

February 1733-February 1735 Third mate on the Swedish East India Company ship Drottning Ulrica Eleonora on a journey to Bengal and Canton.

April 1740-October 1742 first mate on the Company ship Stockholm on a journey to Canton.

January 1745 Co-Captain on the Company ship Stockholm which was shipwrecked off the Shetland coast on 12 January.

January 1746-June 1747 Second captain on the Company ship Kronprinsessan Lovisa Ulrica on a journey to Canton.

June 1748 acquired the Åkarp and Susekull estates in the County of Blekinge (near Karlshamn).

1750 Captain (and part owner) of Karlshamn's biggest ship Carlshamns Wärf.

8 April 1766 admitted to the Royal Hospital at Greenwich in London as an in-pensioner (aged 74). By this time he was a widower.

30 September 1777 died at the Royal Hospital and buried the same day.

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Thomas Ouchterlony's Timeline

1691
September 27, 1691
1691
Dundee, Dundee City, UK
1729
October, 1729
Age 38
London, United Kingdom
1733
February 2, 1733
Age 42

Third mate on the Swedish East India Company ship Drottning Ulrica Eleonora saililing to Porto Novo and Bengal. Ship returned on 13 February 1735.

1740
April 5, 1740
Age 49

First mate on the Swedish East India Company ship Stockholm sailing to Canton. Ship returned October 18 1742.

1746
January 30, 1746
- June 14, 1747
Age 55
Sweden

Captain on the East India Company ship Kronprinsessan Lovisa Ulrica on a journey to Canton

1748
June 10, 1748
Age 57

On 10 June 1748 Thomas acquired the Åkarp and Susekull estates in the county of Blekinge (near Karlshamn).

1750
1750
Age 59
Karlshamn, Blekinge, Sweden

Captain on the largest ship in Karlshamn, Carlshamns Wärf.

1755
1755
Age 64
1777
September 30, 1777
Age 86
London, England

Died at Royal Hospital Greenwich in London