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|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|1690||3.6.1690||Hopewell (28), Captain and Commanding Officer||BWAS-1603|
|6.6.1690||[forename name not given] [surname name not given], Captain, HMS Hopewell. Royal Navy Court Martial, 6 June 1690. Crime: Loss of HMS Hopewell. Verdict: Not Guilty.||ADM 1/5253|
|1691||30.8.1691||Sweepstakes (36), Captain and Commanding Officer||BWAS-1603|
|1692||Crown (50), Captain and Commanding Officer||BWAS-1603|
|19.5.1692||Battle of Barfleur|
|2.6.1692||4.6.1692||Battle of La Hogue|
|1693||Grafton (70), Captain and Commanding Officer||B051|
|24.9.1694||16.12.1695||Monck (58), Captain and Commanding Officer||BWAS-1603|
|7.12.1695||22.3.1697/98||Windsor (60), Captain and Commanding Officer ADM 6/3/99||BWAS-1714|
|12.5.1696||Appointed Commander-in-Chief — West Indies|
... "to be Commander in Chief of his majesties ships going to ye West Indies; to continue in force during his being on this service."
|23.3.1697/98||12.11.1699||Harwich (54), Commodore and Commanding Officer ADM 6/5/12||BWAS-1603|
|19.4.1698||Thomas Warren, Captain, HMS Windsor. Crime: Several irregularities. Verdict: Acquitted.||ADM 1/5259|
|6.12.1698||15.12.1698||Appointed Commander-in-Chief — Portsmouth||ADM 6/5|