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2 Jan 1841 Lieutenant R. B. Bowden (1815) appointed to be Chief Officer. 2 Jan 1841 Mate William Henry Walters (1831), appointed be Chief Officer. 2 Jan 1841 Mate Charles F. Collett (1835), appointed be Chief Officer. 13 Feb 1841 Commander George Bissett, appointed from Dundalk to Fowey. 13 Feb 1841 Lieutenant Henry A. Finucane, appointed to be Chief Officer. 13 Feb 1841 Mr. W. C. Forsyth, Chief Officer of Selsey station, appointed to Kington near Littlehampton, vice Lieutenant Parry, removed to South Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. 19 Feb 1841 Portsmouth. It is reported that on Friday last Lieutenant R. Combauld, R.N. chief officer of the Langton station, Weymouth. succeeded in finding, secreted in the beach under the Station, 128 four gallon tubs of foreign spirits, being the cargo of a French smuggling vessel. From the appearance of the tubs they had but recently been deposited. They were on Sunday brought in, and delivered up to the custom-house at Weymouth. 12 Mar 1841, Coast Guard : Lieutenant R. E. BulIen (1830), appointed to be chief officer. 3 Apr 1841, Coast Guard. Commander Alexander Taubman Goldie (1839) to be Inspecting Commander. 3 Apr 1841, Mates J. G. S. M. Moore and Christopher Ludlow to be chief officers. 17 Apr 1841, Coastguard Lieutenant Knapman (1812) appointed to be chief officer. 20 Apr 1841, A party of smugglers made an attempt to run a cargo on the station of Lieutenant Bulley, RN., at Atherfield, Isle of Wight, when 59 tubs and one man were taken. The smugglers issued from all quarters, to the number of 30, but were soon dispersed by the resolute conduct of the officers and men on the station. 15 Apr 1841, Lieutenant Parsons, chief officer of Swanage a Coast Guard station, captured 8 notorious smugglers and tubs, and 1 flagon. The smugglers had got down by ropes over the cliff, and after the tub boat had put off the patrols prevented the smugglers from coming up at a place called Tilly Whim, near Warleston Head. This is the third capture made by this officer, besides having rendered assistance to a great number of wrecks, while in command at St. Alban's Head. 8 May 1841, Coast Guard, Commander A. T. Goldie, appointed to be inspecting Commander. 22 May 1841, Coast Guard Lieutenant W. H. Lloyd (1815), appointed to be chief officer. 26 Jun 1841, Coast Guard, Lieutenants Ross Connor (1807) and Augustus Bolton (1825) appointed to be Chief Officers. 7 Aug 1841, Lieutenant W. Stanbury, appointed to be Chief Officer on the Coast Guard; 21 Aug 1841, Lieutenants Charles Goullet (1814), William Hay (1830), appointed to be Chief Officer. 18 Sep 1841, Coastguard Commander C. Parker R. N., from Sligo, is appointed Inspecting Commander of Coastguard to the Waterford district, in the room of Commander the Hon. G. Hastings, appointed to the command of Her Majesty's ship Harlequin. 18 Sep 1841, Lieutenant J. Clerk, to the Coastguard, at Romney. 4 Dec 1841, Captain Peter Fisher, appointed to be Controller-General of the Coast Guard, vice Bowles. 11 Dec 1841, Captain Peter Fisher appointed to succeed Rear-Admiral Bowles, C.B., as Controller General of the Coast Guard. 17 Dec 1841, Captain Phipps Hornby, C.B., Superintendent of HM Dockyard, Woolwich, has been appointed Surveyor-General of the Coast-Guard, vice Bowles, promoted to be a flag officer. Jul 1890 Commissioned Boatman C. Curtis, Boatman Thomas Harris and Boatman Frederick Drier, of the Coastguard, awarded LS & GC Medal.