Ann and Amelia

24765
Nominal Guns26EWIKI
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorPrivate Owners
Launched1781EWIKI
How acquiredPurpose builtEWIKI
ShipyardFishburn & Brodrick - Whitby EWIKI
CategoryMerchantEWIKI
Ship TypeShip
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Bought by the Navy6.1804EWIKI
BecomesBritish Fifth Rate ship of the line 'Mediator' (1804) (44)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentIORMAR
Length of Gundeck126' 11"Imperial Feet38.4058 
Length of Keel102' 8"Imperial Feet31.1912 
Breadth33' 2"Imperial Feet10.0753 
Depth in Hold13' 1"Imperial Feet3.9709 
Burthen600Tons BM 

Owners


DatesOwnerSource
1781 - 1804/06John Julius Angerstein (1735-1823)IORMAR

Service History


DateEventSource
1782

Hired by the East India Company as an 'Extra Ship', sailing to India

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6.2.1782

Sailed for India

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1803

Hired in India by the East India Company as an 'Extra Ship'

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29.9.1803

Arrived in Yarmouth

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Notes on Ship


JournalIORMAR

Extra ship, built by Wells, measured 1781, 3 decks, 4in bottom, length 126ft 11in, keel 102ft 8in, breadth 33ft 2in, hold 13ft 1in, wing transom 17ft 5½in, port cell 24ft 3in, between decks 6ft 3in & 6ft 9in, ports 14 middle & upper, 600 tons.

Principal Managing Owner: John Julius Angerstin.

Voyages:

(1) 1781/2 To remain in India. Capt John Popham. Downs 30 Jan 1782 -.


Journal 2IORMAR

Voyages:

(1) From Bengal 1803. Capt Galloway. Saugor 29 Jan 1803 - 27 Feb Coringa - 11 Mar Madras - 10 Jul St Helena - 29 Sep Yarmouth - 3 Oct Downs.



 

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