Ships Lent to the Prince Elector


Fleet Formed1637
Fleet Disbanded1637

ShipJoinedLeftCommanderNotes
Bonaventure (30) 16371637Henry MervynFleet disbanded
Mary Rose (26) 16371637Lewis Kirke, Thomas TrenchfieldFleet disbanded
Lions Whelp I (14) 16371637Richard Donnel, Robert Slingsby (1611-1661)Fleet disbanded
Lions Whelp X (14) 16371637 Fleet disbanded
Swan (6) 16371637Henry DunningFleet disbanded
William and Elizabeth (22) 16371637 Fleet disbanded

DateEventSource
1653/03/01List of fourteen ships lent by the King to the Prince Elector. They were the Bonaventure, the Mary Rose, the Unicorn, of London, the Industry, the Mary [May ?] Flower, the William and Elizabeth, the Golden Eagle, the Margaret, the William, the Prudence, the Royal Defence, the First and Tenth Whelps, and the Swan. 

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