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Nominal Guns22B028
NationalityKingdom of England
OperatorRoyal Navy
PreviouslyFrench Privateer 'Le Soleil' (1704) (22)
Captured13.5.1704BWAS-1603
First Commissioned23.6.1704B028
ShipyardUnknownBWAS-1603
CategorySixth RateB028
Ship TypeShip B028
Sailing RigShip RiggedB028
Captured18.1.1707/8B028

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1603
Length of Gundeck82' 8"Imperial Feet25.0952 
Length of Keel69' 3"Imperial Feet21.0397 
Breadth24' 2"Imperial Feet7.3279 
Depth in Hold9' 7 ½"Imperial Feet2.7559 
Burthen215 1294Tons BM 

Armament


1704Broadside Weight = 57.5 Imperial Pound ( 26.0767 kg)BWAS-1603
Gun Deck18 British Saker
Gun Deck4 British 4-Pounder

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1704110 BWAS-1603

4 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
23.6.1704 - 20.1.1705/6Captain and MasterJohn Bennet (1670-1716/17) ADM 6/8/83BWAS-160321.1.1705/6 - 19.1.1706/7CommanderWilliam Graham (d.1717/18) ADM 6/8/223ADM 6/820.1.1706/7 - 14.11.1707CommanderJohn Wood (d.1725) ADM 6/9/43BWAS-160315.11.1707 - 17.1.1707/8CommanderAndrew Ley ADM 6/9/103BWAS-1603

2 Commissioned Officers


DatesRankNameSource
23.6.1704 - 20.12.1704LieutenantRichard Cook ADM 6/8/83ADM 6/821.2.1704/5 - 17.7.1709LieutenantAnthony Gwavas ADM 6/8/154ADM 6/8

Service History


DateEventSource
13.5.1704Captured by LichfieldBWAS-1603
1.7.1704RegisteredBWAS-1603
17.1.1707/8Taken by the French privateer Duc de Vendôme off St Albans Head. Losing 2 killed, 1 missing and 10 woundedBWAS-1603

 

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