Caesar

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Cesar
Nominal Guns14ref:1290
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorPrivate Owners
Acquired18.11.1743ref:1290
ShipyardUnknownref:1290
CategoryPrivateerref:1290
Ship TypeSloop ref:1290
Last known1745ref:1290

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:1290
Displacement130Ton 

Owners


DatesOwnerSource
1744Philip Wilkinson, Daniel Ayraultref:1291

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
18.11.1743100 ref:1290

1 Commanding Officer


DatesRankNameSource
18.11.1743 - 1745Captain (Privateer)John Griffithref:1290

2 Commissioned Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1743Second Lieutenant (Privateer)John Eldredref:12931744Second Lieutenant (Privateer)William Sanfordref:1293

9 Warrant Officers


DatesRatingNameSource
1743Master (Privateer)Benjamin Ingrahamref:12931743Gunner (Privateer)John Ellisonref:12931743Boatswain (Privateer)Ralph Couchref:12931743Carpenter (Privateer)Daniel Smithref:12931743Surgeon (Privateer)Samuel Nixonref:12931744Master (Privateer)Benjamin Langworthyref:12931744Carpenter (Privateer)Thomas Sargentref:12931744Gunner (Privateer)Peter McDanielref:12931744Boatswain (Privateer)Thomas Maggottref:1293

3 Petty Officers


DatesRatingNameSource
1743Mate (Privateer)William Sanfordref:12931743 - 1744Captain's Quartermaster (Privateer)Ezekiel Foxref:12931744Quartermaster (Privateer)Thomas Doughtyref:1293


Notes on Ship


Letter of Marqueref:1290

1743, Nov. 18. Cesar. Sloop. Tons 130. Men 100. Guns: 14 carriage, 14 swivel.

Commander, John Griffith.

Bond. £1500.

Bonders, John Griffith, merchant, principal; Philip Wilkinson, Daniel Ayrault, Jr., merchants, equippers, sureties; all of Newport.

Witnesses, Peleg Brown, James Martin.

N P. V, 232.

 

1744, July 27. Caesar. Sloop. Tons 130.

Commander, John Griffith.

Bond. £1500.

Bonders, John Griffith, mariner, principal; Philip Wilkinson and Daniel Ayrault, Jr., merchants and equippers, sureties; all of Newport.

Witnesses, James Martin, J. Honeyman, Jr.

N. P. V, 306.

 

1744/5, Feb. 1. Cesar. Snow. Tons 130.

Commander, John Griffith.

Bond. £1500.

Bonders, John Griffith, mariner, principal; Philip Wilkinson and Daniel Ayrault, Jr., merchants and equippers, sureties; all of Newport.

Witnesses. Samuel Nixon, James Martin.

N. P. V, 355



 

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