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Munden, Sis John, was born about 1655, and made a captain in the year of the Revolution. He took part in the battle of La Hogue in 1692, and in 1701 was promoted to be rear-admiral, and, upon conveying the king to Holland, was knighted. In the following year he was sent to intercept a French flotilla, and was, from no fault of his own, unsuccessful, and a court-martial fully acquitted him of "blame. Yet popular ignorance and prejudice demanded a sacrifice, and the queen dismissed Sir John from her service. He died in 1718.