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Saint Malo

14496
Nominal Guns8ADM 6/3
NationalityKingdom of England
OperatorRoyal Navy
Previously
British Merchant 'Saint Malo' (1696) 1696-1696
British Merchant
Hired18.2.1695/96ADM 6/3
First Commissioned18.2.1694/95ADM 6/3
Shipyard ADM 6/4
CategoryHired VesselADM 6/3
Ship TypeShip
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Returned to Owners17.12.1696ADM 6/3

1 Ship Commander


DatesRankNameSource
18.2.1695/96 - 17.10.1696Captain
Christopher PollardBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1695-1696
ADM 6/3/130
ADM 6/3

1 Commissioned Officer


DatesRankNameSource
8.5.1696 - 17.10.1696Lieutenant
Jasper PoynterBritish
Naval Sailor
Merchant Sailor
Service 1674-1713
ADM 6/3/156
ADM 6/3

5 Warrant Officers


DatesRankNameSource
18.2.1695/96 - 17.10.1696Carpenter
John HillBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1696
ADM 6/3/131
ADM 6/3
18.2.1695/96 - 17.10.1696Boatswain
Charles EdwardsBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1696
ADM 6/3/131
ADM 6/3
27.3.1696 - 17.10.1696Gunner
Thomas GriffinBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1694-1696
ADM 6/3/142
ADM 6/3
17.4.1696 - 17.10.1696Cook
John TunnardBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1696
ADM 6/3/146
ADM 6/3
8.5.1696 - 17.10.1696Purser
Thomas BoltonBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1696
ADM 6/3/156
ADM 6/3

2 Petty Officers


DatesRatingNameSource
aft.18.2.1695/96 - 17.10.1696Volunteer
George HastingsBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1696
ADM 6/4/55
ADM 6/4
15.4.1696 - 17.10.1696Volunteer
James ParrimoreBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1695-1697
ADM 6/3/145
ADM 6/3

Service History


DateEventSource
9.7.1696Sailed from Bideford ADM 106
10.11.1696

Commissioner George St. Lo, Hamoaze. Today the St. Malo drove on the mud in a storm, but he hopes there is not too much damage.

ADM 106
17.11.1696

George Coldham, Francis Bauldouin, Anthony Tuilliot and John Pollard, owners of the St. Malo hired ship, Bideford. Receipt of directions to fit the ship for a voyage to Barbados, they have not received the two months' advance money, nor money from the Victuallers, and as each owner has suffered loss at Newfoundland, they request money or order of credit at Plymouth.

ADM 6/4
20.11.1696

Commissioner George St. Lo, Hamoaze. The St. Malo is ordered to the West Indies, but there is nothing left with which to sheathe her.

ADM 106
27.11.1696

Commissioner George St. Lo, Hamoaze. The St. Malo is to be fitted at the owners' charge, but if she is to be sheathed, the owners should be told.

ADM 106
18.12.1696

George Coldham, Francis Bauldouin, Anthony Tulliot and John Pollard, Bideford, owners of the St. Malo. They complain about the deviation from the charter party which is that, on discharge, the ship is to be returned to the River Thames, but Captain Pollard reports all his men were taken by the Commissioner, so if damage occurs to the ship, they will hold the Board responsible unless men bring the ship to their port so that they are not disappointed in a voyage to Newfoundland as there are no men available at Plymouth.

ADM 106

 

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