William Peach


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service1665CSORN
Last Known Service30.12.1667CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
1665 CaptainCSORN
15.3.1664/6523.11.1666Truelove (14), Captain and Commanding OfficerB051
5.3.1666/6730.12.1667Success (24), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603


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Posted by Brian on Saturday 30th of January 2016 17:18

1665, Harwick, March 10 - On Thursday towards the evening, came in here Captain Peach of the Truelove, who had convoyed sixteen Colliers from Tinmouth to the mouth of the Thames. He was saluted by the Colliers at Bridlington Bay, who with their convoy, lay expecting a wind. About ?mouth Roads he perceived the Santa Maria and Young Lisa, and he believes one or two frigates more convoying of about 200 sail of Colliers bound for Newcastle; the coasts every way clear.

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