|Sir Morgan Singer|
|Born||13 December 1864|
27 April 1938 (aged 73)|
|Commands held||North America and West Indies Station|
|Battles/wars||World War I|
Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath|
Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order
Admiral Sir Morgan Singer KCB KCVO (13 December 1864 – 27 April 1938) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Commander-in-Chief, America and West Indies Station.
He served in World War I and was appointed Director of Naval Ordnance in August 1914 taking responsibility for the Admiralty's entire supply of guns, torpedoes and mines. He continued in that post until March 1917.
Promoted to Vice Admiral in February 1919, he became Commander-in-Chief, America and West Indies Station the same month. He was appointed KCB later that year, and went on to be Commander-in-Chief of Coastguards and Reserves in 1921. He became a full Admiral in 1924.
- World Naval Ships
- Obituary: Sir Morgan Singer New York Times, 29 April 1938
- The Crisis of the Naval War by Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O. Chapter 10
- Royal Navy Flag Officers 1904 - 1975
- Naval Notes The RUSI Journal, Volume 64, Issue 455 August 1919, pages 517 - 530
- Honours List Edinburgh Gazette, 26 December 1919
- Naval Notes The RUSI Journal, Volume 66, Issue 463 August 1921, pages 530 - 541
- Tudor 44
Sir William Grant
|Commander-in-Chief, North America and West Indies Station
| Succeeded by|
Sir Trevylyan Napier