Charles Ramsey (Royal Navy officer)
|Sir Charles Ramsey|
Lord Elgin, the Lord Lieutenant of the County, presenting the golden key to the Commander in Chief, Vice Admiral Sir Charles Gordon Ramsey, KCB after the opening of the British Sailors Society Hostel, Rosyth, Fife
|Born||4 December 1882
|Died||19 December 1966 (aged 84)
Martin, Florida, USA
|Years of service||1897–1942|
|Battles/wars||World War I
World War II
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath|
Admiral Sir Charles Gordon Ramsey KCB (4 December 1882 – 19 December 1966) was a Royal Navy officer who became Commander-in-Chief, Coast of Scotland. He was later appointed aide de camp to King George VI.
Ramsey joined the Royal Navy as a cadet in 1897. He served in World War I, at one time as captain of HMS Pasley, and was present at the Battle of Jutland. He was appointed Commander of the 2nd Battle Squadron in 1935 and Commander-in-Chief, Rosyth in 1939, serving in that role during World War II until retirement in 1942.
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