Blockade of Brouwershaven

May 1576 - 20th September 1576
Fought at : Brouwershaven
Part of : Eighty Years War (1568 - 1648)
Previous action : Battle of Lillo 30th May 1574
Next action : Combat of the Meuse April 1587

 

Spain - Cornil Weus

 
Ship NameGunsCommanderNotes
Lévrier UnknownCornil WeusFleet Flagship
Cochon Maigre UnknownAndré Janssen
Cerf Volant UnknownAert Jonghe
Petit Chien UnknownJacques Bau
Grave Unknown 
Chasseur Unknown 
Cheval noir Unknown 
Cochon Gras Unknown 
Poste Unknown 
Jeune Chien Unknown 
 

Notes on Action


Forcing the blockade by Weusref:706

The spanish fleet bring 40 tons of munitions in Brauwershaven (Brouwershaven) to combat the army of the Prince d'Orange on the Isle of Schouwen-Duiveland.

The whole fleet return to Dunkirk the 20 september 1576 .



Sources

IDDescriptionAuthorType
ref:706 Weus and relatives families of DunkirkDominique LucasDigital Book
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