|Place of birth||At sea|
|Place of death||Brighton, East Sussex|
Australia Station (1870-1873)
Pacific Station (1879-1881)
Vice Admiral Frederick Henry Stirling (1829 – November 1885) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Station. He was a son of Admiral Sir James Stirling, the first Governor of Western Australia and Ellen Mangles.
Having been born at sea on the barque Parmelia, Stirling was appointed a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy in 1848. He went on to serve in the Black Sea during the Crimean War. Promoted to Captain in 1860, he was given command of HMS Warrior and then HMS Clio. He was appointed Commander-in-Chief, Australia Squadron in 1870 and Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Station in 1879.
|Commander-in-Chief, Australia Station
Sir Algernon de Horsey
|Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Station
Sir Algernon Lyons
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