Richard Warren (Royal Navy officer)
|Died||29 July 1875|
|Years of service||1822–1870|
|Commands held||HMS Magicienne
South East Coast of America Station
Born the son of Admiral Frederick Warren, Warren joined the Royal Navy in 1822. Promoted to Captain in 1839, he commanded HMS Magicienne and then HMS Trincomalee. The Trincomalee was assigned to provide hurricane relief and to search vessels for slave-trade activities on the North American Station.
He also commanded HMS Cressy in the Black Sea during the Crimean War. He was appointed Commander-in-chief, South East Coast of America Station in 1861 and Commander-in-Chief, The Nore in 1869 and retired in 1870.
In 1844 he married Eleanor Charlotte Warren; they had six sons and four daughters.
- O'Byrne, William Richard (1849). " Warren, Richard Laird". A Naval Biographical Dictionary. John Murray. Wikisource.
|Commander-in-Chief, South East Coast of America Station
Sir Baldwin Walker
|Commander-in-Chief, The Nore
Sir Charles Elliot