Connecticut

2455
Nominal Guns24DANFS
NationalityUnited States of America
OperatorUnited States Navy
Launched6.6.1799DANFS
How acquiredPurpose builtDANFS
ShipyardChatham - Connecticut DANFS
Constructor Seth OvertonDANFS
CategorySixth RateDANFS
Ship TypeShip DANFS
Sailing RigShip RiggedDANFS
Sold1801DANFS

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentDANFS
Burthen492Tons BM 

Armament


1799Broadside Weight = 156 Imperial Pound ( 70.746 kg)DANFS
Gun Deck26 American 12-Pounder

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1799180 DANFS

1 Commanding Officer


DatesRankNameSource
20.9.1798 - 12.11.1800Captain Moses Tryon (1750-1817)ref:1150

2 Commissioned Officers


DatesRankNameSource
23.4.1799 - 30.4.1800Lieutenant Andrew McComb: on board from 17.7.1799ref:115024.4.1799 - 12.11.1800Lieutenant John May: on board from 22.7.1799ref:1150

9 Warrant Officers


DatesRatingNameSource
8.6.1799 - 12.11.1800Carpenter Reubin Atkins: on board from 17.7.1799ref:115010.6.1799 - 9.11.1800Cook Roger Clark: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115028.6.1799 - 12.11.1800Sailmaker James Richards: on board from 25.7.1799ref:11501.7.1799 - 12.11.1800Armourer Montgomery Orr: on board from 24.7.1799ref:11503.7.1799 - 12.11.1800Purser Silas Butler: on board from 6.8.1799ref:115029.7.1799 - 12.11.1800Master Loudon Baily: on board from 10.8.1799ref:115029.7.1799 - 10.6.1801Master Loudon Baileyref:12031.8.1799 - 9.11.1800Master-at-Arms Wait Goodrich: on board from 30.8.1799ref:11509.8.1799 - 12.11.1800Boatswain John Hanes: on board from 26.8.1799ref:1150

18 Petty Officers


DatesRatingNameSource
15.3.1799 - 18.1.1800Surgeon's Mate Nathan Tisdale: on board from 26.7.1799ref:115024.4.1799 - 12.11.1800Surgeon James Wells: on board from 26.9.1799ref:11501.5.1799 - 1.11.1800Quartermaster Jedediah Norton: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115016.5.1799 - 2.1.1800Quarter Gunner Silas Goodrich: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115022.5.1799 - 12.12.1799Master's Mate Asa Bulkley: on board from 17.7.1799ref:115027.5.1799 - 7.11.1800Coxswain Nathaniel Trundy: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115013.6.1799 - 12.11.1800Captain's Clerk Russell Belden: on board from 17.7.1799ref:115025.6.1799 - 7.11.1800Quartermaster Daniel Winchell: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115015.7.1799 - 18.6.1800Midshipman James L Reynolds: on board from 23.7.1799ref:115015.7.1799 - 12.11.1800Steward Samuel Tuells: on board from 18.7.1799ref:115016.7.1799 - 7.11.1799Midshipman George Merrill (d.1822): on board from 17.7.1799ref:115025.7.1799 - 30.10.1800Boatswain's Mate John Gordon: on board from 1.8.1799ref:115010.8.1799 - 26.10.1800Gunner's Mate Ambrose D Trott: on board from 29.8.1799ref:115011.9.1799 - 12.11.1800Midshipman George Tryonref:115011.9.1799 - 12.11.1800Midshipman Matthew Talcottref:115011.9.1799 - 12.11.1800Midshipman Owen Tudorref:115013.9.1799 - 1.1.1800Master's Mate John Gould Lennetref:115010.6.1800 - 30.9.1810Master's Mate James G Averyref:1203

55 Crewmen


DatesRatingNameSource
2.8.1798 - 25.10.1799Landsman William McDanielsref:11501.5.1799 - 28.10.1800Ordinary Seaman David Squires: on board from 26.6.1799ref:11501.5.1799 - 6.11.1800Ordinary Seaman William Woolcott: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115020.5.1799 - 7.11.1799Boy John Bush: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115020.5.1799 - 10.9.1799Seaman Joseph Dorr: on board from 21.7.1799ref:115027.5.1799 - 6.11.1800Seaman Timothy Tripp: on board from 26.6.1799ref:11505.6.1799 - 1.11.1800Seaman Joseph Antonio: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115010.6.1799 - 1.11.1800Boy Alexander Wood: on board from 23.6.1799ref:115010.6.1799 - 2.11.1800Ordinary Seaman Giles Strichland: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115010.6.1799 - 11.11.1800Boy Andrew Mason: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115010.6.1799 - 2.1.1800Landsman Robert Bertles: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115010.6.1799 - 27.11.1799Cooper Robert White (d.1799)†: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115011.6.1799 - 28.9.1799Landsman Solomon Mosseck: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115011.6.1799 - 19.10.1800Seaman Israel Smith: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115012.6.1799 - 2.1.1800Ordinary Seaman Henry D Clemetson: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115012.6.1799 - 8.11.1800Ordinary Seaman Francois Leflour: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115012.6.1799 - 30.10.1800Landsman Daniel Kenney: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115020.6.1799 - 24.10.1800Ordinary Seaman James Smith: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115024.6.1799 - 1.10.1799Ordinary Seaman Allyn Bidwell: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115024.6.1799 - 4.1.1800Landsman John Jordon (d.1800)†: on board from 30.6.1799ref:115024.6.1799 - 21.6.1800Landsman John Barnum: on board from 26.6.1799ref:115028.6.1799 - 24.10.1800Ordinary Seaman Robert Willsonref:115028.6.1799 - 10.9.1799Seaman George Tryon: on board from 20.7.1799ref:115029.6.1799 - 8.12.1799Ordinary Seaman Jonathan Holden (d.1799)ref:115029.6.1799 - 22.10.1800Ordinary Seaman Lewis Manierre: on board from 19.7.1799ref:11501.7.1799 - 7.11.1800Cook's Mate Benjamin Hunterref:11501.7.1799 - 10.9.1799Seaman Matthew Talcott: on board from 17.7.1799ref:11502.7.1799 - 7.11.1800Boy Horace Laneref:11504.7.1799 - 24.10.1800Landsman John Grimes: on board from 22.8.1799ref:11505.7.1799 - 24.10.1800Ordinary Seaman Nathaniel Thorp: on board from 19.7.1799ref:11508.7.1799 - 14.3.1800Boy Lewis Guernseyref:11509.7.1799 - 7.11.1800Ordinary Seaman John Clemens: on board from 19.7.1799ref:115010.7.1799 - 1.11.1800Ordinary Seaman James Holt: on board from 19.7.1799ref:115010.7.1799 - 11.11.1800Landsman John A Graham: on board from 18.7.1799ref:115012.7.1799 - 30.10.1800Landsman Truman Robertsref:115013.7.1799 - 10.9.1799Seaman Owen Tudor: on board from 17.7.1799ref:115016.7.1799 - 6.11.1800Ordinary Seaman Daniel Collierref:115027.7.1799 - 24.10.1800Seaman Gordon Woggs: on board from 1.8.1799ref:115029.7.1799 - 30.10.1800Ordinary Seaman James Pharoah: on board from 1.8.1799ref:115029.7.1799 - 30.10.1800Seaman Isaac James: on board from 1.8.1799ref:11501.8.1799 - 12.11.1800Landsman Moses Payne: on board from 5.8.1799ref:11506.8.1799 - 2.1.1800Ordinary Seaman Thomas Franklin: on board from 15.8.1799ref:11506.8.1799 - 7.11.1800Boy James Franklin: on board from 15.8.1799ref:11507.8.1799 - 30.10.1800Seaman John Clark: on board from 15.8.1799ref:11508.8.1799 - 8.10.1799Ordinary Seaman John Paul: on board from 15.8.1799ref:11508.8.1799 - 15.4.1800Seaman Earl Sheffield Jackson (d.1800)†: on board from 15.8.1799ref:11509.8.1799 - 26.9.1800Ordinary Seaman William Hamilton: on board from 20.8.1799ref:115016.8.1799 - 7.11.1799Seaman Eliakim Johnsonref:115017.8.1799 - 25.10.1800Ordinary Seaman James Patterson: on board from 23.8.1799ref:115020.8.1799 - 20.10.1800Seaman James Hart: on board from 30.8.1799ref:115024.8.1799 - 30.10.1800Landsman Richard Danielsref:115027.8.1799 - 2.1.1800Ordinary Seaman William Toneyref:115027.8.1799 - 21.6.1800Seaman Asa Billings: on board from 2.9.1799ref:115027.8.1799 - 2.11.1800Seaman James Anderson: on board from 2.9.1799ref:115030.8.1799 - 7.11.1799Ordinary Seaman William Phillips: on board from 16.9.1799ref:1150

Service History


DateEventSource
15.10.1799SailedDANFS
29.12.1799Connecticut vs Italic Conquest
18.10.1800Arrived in New London, CTDANFS


Notes on Ship


Full entryDANFS
The second Connecticut was built by Seth Overton at Chatham, Conn. and launched 6 June 1799 at Middle-town, Conn. She sailed 15 Oct. 1799 under the command of Captain M. Tryon for the Guadaloupe Station, and cruised in the West Indies for a year during the Quasi-War with France, protecting American commerce from French privateers. Connecticut's successful career was highlighted by the capture of four privateers and the recapture of seven American merchantmen. Arriving at New London, Conn., 18 Oct. 1800, Connecticut was sold at New York in 1801.

 

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Posted by AvM on Wednesday 24th of July 2019 23:24

She was launched at Chatham not Middletown


Posted by AvM on Monday 15th of October 2018 08:47

She is very probabla the Connecticut, master Pittman which was Totally lost 12-12-1809 at Studwell Island
voyage: New York-Liverpool
crew & a few bales of cotton saved


Posted by AvM on Sunday 14th of October 2018 21:41

She was sold at New Youk, and then registered here on 20 Jun 1801 (548t). Sailed to Liverpool.

Listed LLoyd 1805, master T.Miller (518 tons - note Britsh tons are different to US tons)


Posted by AvM on Saturday 13th of October 2018 13:37

She was sold in may 1801 for $19,300

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