Hector des Ardens

Date of Birth1620ref:687
First Known Service1672 
Place of BirthSensref:687
Date of Death1675/10ref:687
Place of DeathBrest ref:687

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
Capitaine de Vaisseau, 1650/02/05FWIKI
1655 Le Triomphe As Commanding OfficerNNF-1610
16601660/11/16César -> 1671 Rubis As Commanding OfficerNNF-1610
1663/121664Le Jules -> 1671 Indien As Commanding OfficerNNF-1610
16651667Reine -> 1671 Brave As Commanding OfficerNNF-1610
1665/08/12 Battle of CherchellNNF-1610
1672 Le Tonnant As Commanding OfficerFWIKI
1672/05/28 Battle of SolebayFWIKI
Chef d'escadre, 1672/09/12FWIKI
1673 Le Terrible As Commanding OfficerFWIKI
1673/05/28 Commanded the White Squadron (French), Van Division at the First Battle of Schooneveld
1673/06/04 Commanded the French Squadron , Van Division at the Second Battle of Schooneveld
1673/08/11 Commanded the White Rear Squadron at the Battle of Texel


ref:687 Mes campagnes de mer sous Louis XIVPhilippe de Vilette-MursayBook
FWIKI Wikipedia - FranceVariousWeb Site
NNF-1610 Nomenclature des Navires Français de 1610 à 1661Alain DemerliacBook
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Posted by gauthard serge on Thursday 19th of January 2017 16:57

Appointed : Chef d'Escadre de Guyenne: 12/september/1672 to October 1675
commanded Van division :battle of Schooneveld 1 and 2.
commanded Rear division : battle of Texel.

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