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|Nationality||United States of America|
|Returned to Owners||26.10.1777|
This vessel was part of Washington's Fleet and was not formally a part of the Continental Navy.
The prize Stokesby ran aground enroute to Gloucester. After much of her cargo had been removed, British brig Hope arrived and put the torch to the hulk
Extact from B037 "...the Lee, was a seventy-two ton schooner carrying a large square-sail on the fore topmast ; she mounted four four-pounders and ten swivels, and was manned by fifty soldiers from Glover's regiment".
The Nancy's cargo included "ordnance and military stores which were of the utmost value to the American army. Besides other things there were two thousand muskets, thirty-one tons of musket shot, three thousand round shot, several barrels of powder, and a thirteen-inch brass mortar..."