Birth: 26 March 1852

Place or Registered Place of Birth: St. George's, Hanover Square, Middlesex

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 17 June 1918 - Aged 66

Place or Registered Place of Death: St. George's, Hanover Square, Middlesex

Father: Alfred Henry Paget

Mother: Cecilia Wyndham

Spouse(s): Alpina Viti MacGregor

Date of Marriage: 7 May 1906

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. George's, Hanover Square, Middlesex

Children:

Honor Cecilia Paget (1907-After 1957)

Notes:

Admiral Rt. Hon. Sir Alfred Wyndham Paget was invested as a Knight Commander, Order of the Bath (K.C.B.). He was invested as a Knight Commander, Order of St. Michael and St. George (K.C.M.G.). He was Rear-Admiral of the Coast of Ireland between 1908 and 1911. He was decorated with the award of Companion, Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.). He gained the rank of Admiral in 1914.

The London Gazette - 18 September, 1914.
Commanders
Sir Alfred Wyndham Paget, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. (an Admiral oh the Retired List of His Majesty's Fleet).

Daily News - Canada
June 19, 1907
His Excellency Sir William MacGregor, received a cable from London yesterday morning, informing him that a daughter was born to his daughter, Lady Viti Paget, wife of Rear Admiral Sir Alfred Wyndham Paget, formerly Commodore of this station. The message stated that mother and baby were doing well."

Otago Witness - 5 November 1906
To look at him no one would imagine that Sir Alfred Wyndham Paget, who has Just been promoted to flag rank, had served for over 40 years in the Navy, but this is so (says M.A.P.), his first commission being dated December, 1865. Sir Alfred is a younger brother of the popular General Sir Arthur Paget, whom he greatly resembles in many ways. For some time past he has been one of the naval aides-de-camp to the King, with whom he is a great favourite. His last service was as Commodore of the North American Squadron to command the Scylla in protection of the Newfoundland fisheries. He has seen much fighting on land, and was promoted commander for his gallantry at Suakin. All who have ever served with him speak highly of his abilities and his pleasant genial manner when off duty. He often tells a neat little story of how a more than ordinarily cheeky "middy" once scored off him. He happened to meet the youngster during a house, party, and was criticising him in a friendly manner for not having made better progress. "When I was your age I was a sub-lieutenant," he remarked. Yes. sir," replied the boy, with an affectation of simplicity, “but, then, is it not a fact that the navy was never so efficient as it is to-day?"

St. John's Daily News - Newfoundland - 1918
June
17 - Admiral Sir Alfred Paget, husband of Miss Viti MacGregor, dies aged 66.

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1861 Census:

Melford Hall, Bull Lane, Melford, Suffolk
Arthur Paget - Son - 10 - 1851 - Scholar - St. George, Hanover Square, London
Alfred Paget - Son - 9 - 1852 - Scholar - St. George, Hanover Square, London

1911 Ireland Census:

Alfred Wyndham Paget - Head - 59 - Vice-Admiral, Royal Navy - London
Honor Cecilia Paget - Daughter - 3 - London
George Thomas Cavendish Paget - Brother - Late Major Imperial Yeomanry - London - Single

Admiral Sir Alfred Wyndham Paget, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.