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Habbakuk Wyley


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor 
First Known Service1692CSORN
A.K.A.WilesNMMWH
A.K.A.WilyADM 1/5253
Last Known Service12.6.1718CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
16921693
Vulture (28) 1690-1708
British 28 Gun
5th Rate Fireship
, Master ADM 107/3/20
ADM 1/5253
19.5.1692 Battle of Barfleur 
28.1.1692/93 Court Martial : Habbakuk Wily, Master, HMS Vulture. Crime: Embezzlement. Verdict: Acquitted. Comments: This was malicious prosecution by James Hunt, cook of the Vulture.ADM 1/5253
1694 
Friendly Society (36) 1693-1695
British 36 Gun
Hired Ship
, Master and Commanding Officer ADM 107/3/20
NMMWH
19.1.1701/2 LieutenantCSORN
19.1.1701/29.4.1703
Grafton (70) 1700-1707
British 70 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, Third Lieutenant ADM 6/6/135
ADM 6/6
20.4.170420.8.1706
Namur (96) 1697-1729
British 96 Gun
2nd Rate Ship of the Line
, First Lieutenant ADM 6/8/73
ADM 6/8
13.8.1704 Battle of Malaga 
21.8.170625.10.1706
Boyne (80) 1692-1707
British 80 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, First Lieutenant ADM 6/9/9
ADM 6/9
17.9.17073.10.1708
Gosport (42) 1707-1735
British 42 Gun
5th Rate Frigate
, Lieutenant ADM 6/9/92
ADM 6/9
4.10.17082.8.1710
Bedford (70) 1698-1736
British 70 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, Second Lieutenant ADM 6/9/188
ADM 6/9
3.8.171030.4.1711
Bedford (70) 1698-1736
British 70 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, First Lieutenant ADM 6/11/83
Confirmed 22.11.1710
ADM 6/11
3.10.17118.7.1715
Launceston (42) 1711-1728
British 42 Gun
5th Rate Frigate
, Lieutenant ADM 6/11/164
ADM 6/11
9.7.171512.6.1718
Crown (50) 1704-1719
British 50 Gun
4th Rate Ship of the Line
, First Lieutenant ADM 6/12/75
Confirmed 31.7.1716
ADM 6/12

Notes on Officer


Birthref:719

Possibly the Habakkuk Wily baptised in Tynemouth, Northumberland 2 April 1666.




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Posted by Susan on Saturday 5th of October 2019 13:47

There was a Habbakuk Wiles buried at Tynemouth 30 Sep 1667. It is noted in the register: Master. and Mariner. (the ships fired their guns all ye time they brought him up to the Church and all ye time he was burying)


Posted by Sarah Crowley on Saturday 15th of December 2012 00:43

In 1703 Habakkuk Wiles was the Commanding Officer of the transport ship Asia which took soldiers to the West Indies.
On the return voyage the Asia was wrecked at Spithead during the great storm of November 1703 and everyone on board was lost. Does anyone know anything about the Asia?

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