Arundel

3152
Nominal Guns24BWAS-1714
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorRoyal Navy
Ordered3.10.1745BWAS-1714
Keel Laid Down10.1745BWAS-1714
Named30.10.1746BWAS-1714
Launched23.11.1746BWAS-1714
How acquiredPurpose builtBWAS-1714
ShipyardWest Itchenor - Chichester BWAS-1714
Ship Class1745 Establishment 24-GunnerBWAS-1714
Constructorand Vernon ChittyBWAS-1714
CategorySixth RateBWAS-1714
Ship TypeShip BWAS-1714
Sailing RigShip RiggedBWAS-1714
Sold9.7.1765BWAS-1714

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1714
Length of Gundeck111' 8 ½"Imperial Feet33.8455 
Length of Keel90' 10 ¾"Imperial Feet27.4511 
Breadth32' 0"Imperial Feet9.7536 
Depth in Hold11' 0"Imperial Feet3.3528 
Burthen508 3294Tons BM 

Armament


23.11.1746Broadside Weight = 102 Imperial Pound ( 46.257 kg)BWAS-1714
Lower Gun Deck2 British 9-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck20 British 9-Pounder
Quarterdeck2 British 3-Pounder

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1745160Design Complement

7 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
30.10.1746 - 2.10.1751CaptainJohn Reynolds (d.1788): on board from 17.11.1746 ADM 6/17/168BWAS-171423.4.1753 - 11.3.1755CaptainJohn Lloyd (d.1778) ADM 6/18/67ADM 6/1811.3.1755 - 31.8.1757CaptainThomas Hankerson (c.1712-1780) ADM 6/18/146BWAS-171414.2.1757 - 18.11.1757CaptainJohn Knight (c.1712-1788) ADM 6/18/355BWAS-171422.5.1758 - 14.7.1758CaptainCharles Middleton (1726-1813) ADM 6/18/516BWAS-17146.8.1761 - 24.11.1763CaptainWilliam Mainwaring (c.1718-1763) ADM 6/19/338BWAS-171424.11.1763 - 19.2.1764CaptainHugh Dalrymple (c.1730-1784) ADM 6/20/21
Issued by Lord Alexander Colville (7th Viscount Colville of Culross) (1717-1770), North America
Commission confirmed 14.4.1764
BWAS-1714

Service History


DateEventSource
10.1745Began building at Chichester - Sussex BWAS-1714
23.11.1746Completed building at Chichester - Sussex at a cost of £4114.16.6dBWAS-1714
19.12.1746Began fitting at Portsmouth Dockyard - Portsmouth BWAS-1714
15.3.1746/47Completed fitting at Portsmouth Dockyard - Portsmouth at a cost of £3245.19.11dBWAS-1714
1748Sailed to CarolinaBWAS-1714
2.10.1751

Paid off

ADM 51
24.1.1752SurveyedBWAS-1714
7.1752Began middling repair at Woolwich Dockyard - Woolwich BWAS-1714
9.1752Began fitting at Woolwich Dockyard - Woolwich BWAS-1714
4.1753Recommissioned, then sailed to New York and returnedBWAS-1714
7.1753Completed middling repair at Woolwich Dockyard - Woolwich at a cost of £2243.3.10dBWAS-1714
7.1753Completed fitting at Woolwich Dockyard - Woolwich at a cost of £5547.17.0dBWAS-1714
7.1754Sailed to Newfoundland with a convoyBWAS-1714
11.5.1755Sailed as a reinforcement to BoscawenBWAS-1714
1756In the North SeaBWAS-1714
5.1756Began refitting at Portsmouth Dockyard - Portsmouth BWAS-1714
6.1756Completed refitting at Portsmouth Dockyard - Portsmouth at a cost of £2185.1.11dBWAS-1714
10.3.1757Sailed with a convoy to South CarolinaBWAS-1714
17.11.1757SurveyedBWAS-1714
3.1758Began small repair at Woolwich Dockyard - Woolwich BWAS-1714
5.1758RecommissionedBWAS-1714
8.1758Completed small repair at Woolwich Dockyard - Woolwich at a cost of £3508.5.5dBWAS-1714
22.10.1758Sailed for the Leeward IslandsBWAS-1714
8.1761RecommissionedBWAS-1714
9.1761Began refitting at Portsmouth Dockyard - Portsmouth BWAS-1714
12.1761Completed refitting at Portsmouth Dockyard - Portsmouth at a cost of £2245.14.5dBWAS-1714
20.12.1761Sailed for VirginiaBWAS-1714
19.2.1764

Paid off

ADM 51
26.4.1764SurveyedBWAS-1714
6.6.1765Ordered to be soldBWAS-1714
9.7.1765Sold at Woolwich for £670BWAS-1714


Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
BWAS-1714British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792Rif WinfieldBook
ADM 6/18ADM 6/18 Commission and Warrant Book 1751 May-1758 Oct.  Archive
ADM 51ADM 51 1669-1853 Admiralty: Captains' Logs Archive
 

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Posted by David Eckert on Saturday 24th of August 2019 15:29

January 12, 1757 - The ship HMS Hampshire, commanded by Captain Norbury, having under his convoy the transport ships carrying 3 remainder companies of the Highlanders of the 42nd, 3 Companies for Montgomery's Highlanders and 3 for Fraser's stationed at Halifax who had a passage of 12 weeks from Cork, Ireland and met with very bad weather. Upon arrival of the convoy in Port in NYC, HMS Arundal and HMS Salisbury Transports were missing. They finally arrived into Rhode Island.

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