Alexis Samouïlovitch Greig (en russe : Алексей Самуилович Грейг), né le 6 septembre 1775 à Kronstadt, décédé le 18 janvier 1845 à Saint-Pétersbourg.Amiral russe, il fut gouverneur militaire de Sébastopol et de Nikolaïev (1816-1833).

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  • Alexis Samouïlovitch Greig (en russe : Алексей Самуилович Грейг), né le 6 septembre 1775 à Kronstadt, décédé le 18 janvier 1845 à Saint-Pétersbourg.Amiral russe, il fut gouverneur militaire de Sébastopol et de Nikolaïev (1816-1833).
  • Алексе́й Самуи́лович Грейг (6 сентября 1775, Кронштадт — 18 января 1845, Петербург) — адмирал (1828), командующий Черноморским флотом, сын Самуила Грейга, председатель Николаевского ссудного банка.
  • Алексей Самуилович Грейг е руски военноморски офицер, адмирал (от 1828 година). Син на преминалия на руска служба шотландски капитан Самюел Грейг. Изучава морско дело във Великобритания. Воюва в нейния флот срещу французи и испанци през 1789-1792 година. По-късно се завръща в Русия, като капитан първи ранг участва в експедиция до Холандия през 1799. Четири години по-късно получава първото самостоятелно командване на кораб, а през 1804-1806 води ескадра срещу Наполеон в Далмация и Неапол. През 1807, по време на руско-турската война от 1806-1812, взема участие (с чин контраадмирал) във военноморските операции срещу Османската империя в Егейско море, а след 1809 – в Черно море. През 1813 Грейг служи в Балтийско море. За участието си в блокадата на Данциг получава званието вицеадмирал. Две години по-късно е назначен начело на Черноморския флот и базата Севастопол. Ръководи военноморските операции в следващата война с османците, при превземането на Анапа (където е произведен в адмирал) и обсадата на Варна през 1828 година. От 1833 е член на Държавния съвет на Руската империя.
  • Aleksey Samuilovich Greig (Russian: Алексей Самуилович Грейг) (6 September 1775 – 18 January 1845) was an admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy. He was the son of Admiral Samuel Greig, brother-in-law of Mary Somerville, and father of Samuil Greig, Russian Minister of Finance.He studied at the High School of Edinburgh under the Rector Adam from 1783 to 1785, and then served as a volunteer on board H.M.S. Culloden, under Admiral Trowbridge.Greig started his career in the British Royal Navy, serving in East India and Europe from 1785 to 1796. He returned to Russia to take part in the Mediterranean expeditions against Revolutionary France in 1798-1800. Under command of Dmitry Senyavin, he distinguished himself in 1807 in the Battle of Athos and Battle of the Dardanelles, which resulted in the Russian occupation of Lemnos and Tenedos. At the close of the Napoleonic Wars, he was placed in command of the sea blockade of Danzig. When he was a Captain, he and another Scotsman Captain Brown, were involved in some trouble by the wreck of the Imperial frigate Archangel in 1797. In the following year, in the squadron off the Texel, he commanded the Rättvisan, 64 guns; and Captain Robert Crown, said to be a Scot, had the Utislaw, 74. (Edinburgh Herald)In 1801 he was banished to Siberia for a time, in consequence of boldly remonstrating with the Emperor Paul for his severity to some British naval prisoners.In 1816, Greig was appointed Commander of the Black Sea Fleet, a post which he kept for 17 years. At the same time, he served as Military Governor of Sevastopol and Nikolayev, introducing so many reforms and improvements that the grateful citizens of Nikolayev erected a statue to his memory in 1873. During the Russo-Turkish War of 1828/29 his bold leadership made itself felt at Varna and Anapa.In 1828 he was in full command of the Russian fleet at the sieges of Varna and Anapa, whither he had sailed from Sebastopol with forty vessels eight being of the line acting in conjunction with the troops under Prince Menshikov for three months by sea and land. During these operations the Emperor was his guest on board the Ville de Paris, which had the Diplomatic Chancery and 1,300 persons under her flag (Slade's Travels).In 1833 he was recalled to Saint Petersburg, where the Tsar appointed him a member of the State Council of Imperial Russia and asked him to superintend the construction of the Pulkovo Observatory.
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  • Alexis Samouïlovitch Greig (en russe : Алексей Самуилович Грейг), né le 6 septembre 1775 à Kronstadt, décédé le 18 janvier 1845 à Saint-Pétersbourg.Amiral russe, il fut gouverneur militaire de Sébastopol et de Nikolaïev (1816-1833).
  • Алексе́й Самуи́лович Грейг (6 сентября 1775, Кронштадт — 18 января 1845, Петербург) — адмирал (1828), командующий Черноморским флотом, сын Самуила Грейга, председатель Николаевского ссудного банка.
  • Aleksey Samuilovich Greig (Russian: Алексей Самуилович Грейг) (6 September 1775 – 18 January 1845) was an admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy. He was the son of Admiral Samuel Greig, brother-in-law of Mary Somerville, and father of Samuil Greig, Russian Minister of Finance.He studied at the High School of Edinburgh under the Rector Adam from 1783 to 1785, and then served as a volunteer on board H.M.S.
  • Алексей Самуилович Грейг е руски военноморски офицер, адмирал (от 1828 година). Син на преминалия на руска служба шотландски капитан Самюел Грейг. Изучава морско дело във Великобритания. Воюва в нейния флот срещу французи и испанци през 1789-1792 година. По-късно се завръща в Русия, като капитан първи ранг участва в експедиция до Холандия през 1799. Четири години по-късно получава първото самостоятелно командване на кораб, а през 1804-1806 води ескадра срещу Наполеон в Далмация и Неапол.
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