Le Marquis d'O

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Nominal Guns20ref:692
NationalityRoyaume de France
OperatorPrivate Owners
Acquired1703ref:692
Home PortSt Malo - Brittany ref:692
ShipyardUnknownref:692
CategoryPrivateerref:692
Ship TypeUnknownref:692
Last known1711ref:692

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:692
Burthen200French Tonneaux195.8 

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1704136 ref:692
1711171 ref:692

5 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1703Corsaire CaptainBernard Peronne de Kerville ref:6921704Corsaire CaptainThomas Manierref:6921705 - 1706Corsaire CaptainAlexandre Houssais des Marnières ref:6921706Corsaire Captain Rehaut de Villory ref:10101711Corsaire CaptainJoseph Cadiou de la Lande ref:692

1 Commissioned Officer


DatesRankNameSource
1711Corsaire LieutenantMichel Poitevinref:1010

Service History


DateEventSource
1703

Took under Captain Peronne the ships "Bridy Galley" , "Marchand de Cork" , "Joseph" , "Lucrece" , "Noguière" , "Paix" , "Dame Piternelle" and "Elisabeth" .

ref:692
1704

Took under Captain Manier the ships "Galère de jamaique" , "Providence" , "Thétis" , "Carlin Marchand"  , "Faucon" , "Renommé volante" , "Trois Soeurs" and "Jean" .

ref:692
1705

From 1705 to 1706 , under Captain Houssais , took the ships "St Pierre" , "Jacques et Marguerite" , "Galère" , "Yacht Anglais" , "Marie" and "Rodolph"

ref:692
1706

Took and ransom the 3 english ships "Pelican" , of Bedford , the "Carlingue", of Greenwich and the "Trinite" , of Poole for 710 , 400 and 150  Livres Sterlings

ref:1010
1711Took the Merchantman Jean ref:1010


Notes on Ship


Same ship ?ref:692

From 1703 to 1706 and in 1711 , same data 20 guns and 200 Tx , homeport St Malo , but not same owners Rouzier and Locquet in 1711

Same ship in 1706 for Réhaut de Villory as same Captain for 1704 and 1705 Houssais : Réhaut , Captain ??


Rapportref:1010

Rapport du sieur Le Brignou , commandant la fregate la Sainte-Anne , du 30/08/1706 , portant qu'etant à Sainte-Croix de Tenerive , aux Canaries , il a reçu du sieur Réhaut de Villory , faisant pour les armateurs de la fregate le "Marquis d'O" , 3 otages pour sureté desdites 3 rançons .


Act of Council of Prizesref:1010

Jugement du 22/11/1706 , confirmant les rançons de 710 , 400 et 150 livres sterling prélevees par le sieur de la Houssaye, commandant la frégate le "Marquis d'O" , sur les trois vaisseaux anglais le "Pelican" , de Bedford , la "Carlingue", de Greenwich et la "Trinite" , de Poole .



 

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