Philip Browne


NationalityBritish 
RolesNaval Sailor, Merchant Sailor 
First Known Service1.5.1691CSORN
Last Known Serviceaft.30.9.1702CSORN
Date of Deathaft.30.9.1702CSORN
Cause of DeathShipwreckCSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
1.5.1691 LieutenantCSORN
1.5.169416.1.1694/95Swiftsure (66), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/3/10ADM 6/3
4.1.1694/959.6.1695Shrewsbury (80), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/3/1ADM 6/3
10.6.169526.9.1695Queen (100), Third Lieutenant ADM 6/3/61ADM 6/3
27.9.169525.12.1695Victory (100), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/3/81ADM 6/3
26.12.16958.5.1699London (96), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/3/106ADM 6/3
9.5.169913.3.1699/1700Revenge (70), Second Lieutenant ADM 6/5/49ADM 6/5
1702aft.30.9.1702Gloucester Frigate (30), Captain (HEIC) and Commanding OfficerIORMAR

Notes on Officer


Privateer?HCA26

Possibly the Philip Browne commanding the Gloucester Frigate privateer in 1702.




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