|Birth: ||Sep. 4, 1879|
|Death: ||Jul. 18, 1935, England|
Vice-Admiral Edward Astley-Rushton CB CMG, served in World War I as Second-in-Command of the cruiser HMS Southampton and as Commanding Officer of the cruiser HMAS Melbourne. He became Deputy Director of Training and Staff Duties at the Admiralty in 1919, Director of the Royal Naval Staff College in 1922 and Director of Mobilization at the Admiralty in 1928.
He went on to be Commander of the 2nd Cruiser Squadron in the Home Fleet in 1932 and Vice-Admiral Commanding the Reserve Fleet in 1934.
Died of illness.
HMS Effingham (cruiser)
St. Peter & St. Paul Churchyard
East Sussex, England
Created by: Adrienne
Record added: Oct 31, 2012
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