Battle of Malaga

Battle of Vélez-Málaga

13th August 1704
Part of : War of Spanish Succession (1701 - 1714)
Previous action : Capture of Gibraltar 21.7.1704 - 23.7.1704
Next action : Action of 1704-11-23 23.11.1704

 

Allied (Royaume de France & Spain)

 
Vanguard, Chevalier Phillippe Le Valois (Marquis de Villette-Mursay) (1632-1707)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
L'Eclatant (68)  
L'Éole (62)  
L'Oriflamme (62)  
Le Saint Philippe (90)  Squadron Flagship
L'Heureux (70)  
Rubis (56)  
L'Arrogant (58)  
Le Marquis (60)  
Constant (70)  
Le Fier (94)  Squadron Flagship
L'Intrépide (84) Chevalier Jean Baptiste Ducasse (1646-1715)
L'Excellent (60) Gaspard Goussé (Comte de la Roche-Allard) (1664-1745)
Le Sage (56) Chevalier Antoine de la Haye du Coudray (Chevalier de Montbault) (1642-1712)
L'Écueil (68)  
Le Magnifique (88) Jean Erard (Seigneur de Belle-Isle) (1640-1704)
Monarque (90)  
L'Ardent (64) Chevalier Philippe-César d'Aligre de Saint-Lié (2nd Baron de La Mothe) (1650-1720)
La Perle (50)  
 
Centre Squadron, Sir Louis Alexandre de Bourbon (Duc de Penthièvre) (1678-1737)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Le Furieux (58)  
Le Vermandois (60)  
Le Parfait (72) Joseph-Charles Joubert de La Bastide (2nd Marquis de Châteaumorand) (1660-1727)
Le Tonnant (90)  Squadron Flagship
L'Orgueilleux (90) Félix de Beaussier (d.1724)
Le Mercure (52)  
Sérieux (58) Gilles des Nos de Champmeslin (Comte des Nos de Champmeslin) (1653-1726)
Le Fleuron (56)  
Le Vainqueur (86)  
Le Foudroyant (104) Claude Élisée de Court de La Bruyère (1666-1752)Fleet Flagship
Le Terrible (100)  
Entreprenant (58)  
Le Fortuné (54) Pierre de Bagneux (1650-1718)
Magnanime (70)  
L'Henri (64)  
Le Lys (64)  
Le Fendant (58) François de Bricqueville (Comte de la Luzerne) (1665-1746), Chevalier de Ferville (1645-1715)
 
Rearguard
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Zélande (60)  
Le Saint Louis (60)  
La Couronne (80)  
Le Cheval Marin (42)  
Le Diamant (58)  
Le Gaillard (54)  
L'Invincible (70)  
Le Foudroyant (104) Claude Élisée de Court de La Bruyère (1666-1752)Squadron Flagship
Le Sceptre (88) Chevalier Jacques d'Arcy d'Ailly (1648-1720)
Le Trident (56)  
Le Content (60)  
Le Maure (50)  
Le Toulouse (62) Chevalier Abraham Duquesne-Monier (1654-1726)
Le Triomphant (92)  Squadron Flagship
Le Saint Esprit (74)  
 
French Galleys (11 vessels)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
 
Spanish Galleys (11 vessels)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
 

Allied (Kingdom of England & Dutch Republic)

 
Van Squadron
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Namur (96) Christopher MyngsFleet Flagship 18 killed, 44 Wounded
Barfleur (90) James Stewart (d.1704/5)6 killed, 24 wounded
Boyne (80) Lord James Berkeley (Viscount Dursley) (1679-1736)14 killed, 52 wounded
Norfolk (80) John Knapp15 killed, 20 wounded
Newark (80) Richard Clarke15 killed, 32 wounded
Yarmouth (70) Jasper Hicks (d.1714)7 killed, 26 wounded
Orford (70) Sir John Norris (1670-1749)6 killed, 9 wounded
Lennox (70) Sir William Jumper (d.1714/15)23 killed, 78 wounded
Assurance (66) Robert Hancock (d.1707)6 killed, 14 wounded
Warspite (64) Edmund Loades (d.1707)17 killed, 44 wounded
Swiftsure (64)  13 killed, 33 wounded
Nottingham (60) Samuel Whitaker (d.1707)7 killed, 19 wounded
Tilbury (54) George Delavall (c.1667-1723)20 killed, 25 wounded
Princess Ann (30) Charles Gay (d.1712) Hired Hospital Ship
 
Center Squadron, Sir George Rooke (1650-1708/9)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Firm (70) Baron Wylde (d.1737)25 killed, 48 wounded
Royal Katherine (96) John Fletcher (d.1704/5)27 killed, 94 wounded
Saint George (96) John Jennings (1664-1743)45 killed, 93 wounded
Prince George (96) Stephen Martin (d.1737)15 killed, 57 wounded
Torbay (80) William Caldwell (d.1718)21 killed, 50 wounded
Dorsetshire (80) Edward Whitaker12 killed, 20 wounded
Cambridge (80)  11 killed, 27 wounded
Shrewsbury (80) Josias Crow31 killed, 73 wounded
Ranelagh (80) John Cowe24 killed, 45 wounded CO Killed
Somerset (80) John Price (d.1709)31 killed, 62 wounded
Bedford (70) Sir Thomas Hardy (1666-1732)12 Killed, 51 Wounded
Suffolk (70) Robert Kirktown (d.1718)13 killed, 38 wounded
Kent (70) Jonas Hanway (d.1737)15 killed, 26 wounded
Grafton (70) Andrew Leake (d.1704)31 killed, 66 wounded CO Killed
Berwick (70)  
Burford (70) Kerrit Roffey (d.1716)
Essex (70) John Hubbard (d.1723)13 killed, 36 wounded
Royal Oak (70) Gerard Ellwes
Eagle (70) Archibald Hamilton (c.1673-1754)7 killed, 57 wounded
Monck (64)  36 killed, 52 wounded
Monmouth (64) John Baker (1660-1716)27 killed, 67 wounded
Kingston (60) Edward Acton (d.1707)14 killed, 46 wounded
Montagu (60) William Cleveland
Centurion (54) John Herne (d.1705)10 killed, 33 wounded
Panther (54) Peregrine Bertie (d.1709)10 killed, 16 wounded
Swallow (54) Richard Haddock (c.1674-1749/50)1 killed, 3 wounded
Triton (42) Tudor Trevor (d.1739/40)
Jeffreys (20) Thomas Robinson Hired Hospital Ship
 
Rear (Dutch) Squadron, Gerrit Callenburgh (1642-1722)
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Wapen van Friesland (58)  
Utrecht (64)  
Graaf van Albemarle (64) Visscher (d.1704)Squadron Flagship
Vlissingen (54)  
Damiaten (50)  
Leeuw (64) Johan Willem van Regteren (1658-1718)
Banier (64)  
Nijmegen (74) Herman Lijnslager (1664-1704) CO Killed
Katwijk op Zee (72)  
Unie (92)  
Gelderland (64) Philip Schriver (d.1711)
Dordrecht (74)  
 
Not in the line
Ship NameCommanderNotes
Garland (42) Henry Hubbard (d.1711), Henry Greville (d.1720)
Lark (42) Charles Fotherby (d.1720)
Roebuck (42) Thomas Kempthorne (d.1736)
Charles Galley (36) Joseph Taylor (c.1664-?)
Tartar (32) John Cooper (d.1728)
Firebrand (28) Henry Turville (d.1719) Fireship
Hunter (28) Thomas Legge (d.1711/12) Fireship
Lightning (28) Archibald Hamilton (d.c.1739) Fireship
Phoenix (28) George Paddon (1670-1719) Fireship
Vulcan (28) John Clifton (d.1723) Fireship
Vulture (8) George Fisher (d.1705) Fireship
William and Mary (10) William Robinson Yacht
Griffin (8) George Ramsay (d.1717) Fireship
Terror (4) Isaac Cooke (c.1668-1712) Bomb vessel
Hare   Bomb Vessel
 

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