William Pestell


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service1651CSORN
A.K.A.PestillB051
Last Known Service6.12.1662CSORN
Date of Death6.12.1662BWAS-1603

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
16511653Satisfaction (26), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603
16531654Hamburg Merchant (34), Captain and Commanding OfficerBWAS-1603
18.2.1652/5320.2.1652/53Battle of Portland 
2.6.16533.6.1653Battle of the Gabbard 
1661 CaptainCSORN
12.6.16616.12.1662Pearl (22), Captain and Commanding OfficerB051

Notes on Officer


Name?B051
Charnock calls him William Pestill


Previous comments on this page

Posted by Dr Larry J. Kreitzer on Saturday 10th of October 2020 11:27

Dear Ken Pestell,

I would be very interested in seeing what information you have about William Pestell. I am researching the Falcon flyboat at the moment and there is some interaction with Pestell.

Thank you!

Larry


Posted by Patrick Mussett on Saturday 3rd of October 2015 16:29

I have a little information about Pestell which I shall be happy to share.


Posted by Roland Watson on Friday 3rd of May 2013 14:22

I was researching the frigate he commissioned to sail on Loch Ness. Any stories around that boat?


Posted by Ken Pestell on Monday 22nd of October 2012 21:56

I have been researching Capt.William Pestell for some years and have a fair amount of info on his career from his birth c.1606 to his death in action in 1664 in the attack on the Dutch fort at Goree, off Senegal. I would be pleased to share info with others with genuine interest.

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