William Urry

First Known Service1695/09/05CSORN
A.K.A.UrreyADM 6/6
Last Known Service1703CSORN

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
1695/09/05 CaptainCSORN
1695/09/051696/02/12Swallow Prize (18), as Commanding Officer ADM 6/3/75BWAS-1603
1696/10/231697/01/18Seaford (28), as Commanding Officer ADM 6/4/41ADM 6/4
1697/03/25 Roebuck (28), as Commanding Officer ADM 6/4/85BWAS-1603
1701/03/061701/03/15Terrible (26), as Commanding Officer ADM 6/6/69ADM 6/6
1701/03/161701/04/24Experiment (32), as Commanding Officer ADM 6/6/75ADM 6/6
1701/04/251702/10/13Sheerness (32), as Commanding Officer ADM 6/6/25BWAS-1603
1703 Dismissed from the NavyCSORN


CSORN Commissioned Sea Officers of the Royal NavyDavid Bonner SmithWeb Site
ADM 6/6 ADM 6/6 Commission and Warrent Book 1699 2 June-1702 26 Jan Archive
BWAS-1603 British Warships in the Age of Sail 1603 - 1714Rif WinfieldBook
ADM 6/4 ADM 6/4 Commission and Warrent Book 1696 25 May-1698 20 Jan. Archive

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Posted by Robert Boon on Thursday 2nd of March 2017 22:23

Saturday, 26 Decemb. [1702] - Admiral Hobson has prevailed with the queen to pardon capt. Urry, late commander of the Sheernesse frigat, who was condemned to be shot for cowardice.

A brief historical relation of state affairs: from September 1678 to April 1714 By Narcissus Luttrell

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