Venus

7304
Nominal Guns36W006
NationalityDenmark
OperatorDano-Norwegian navy
Keel Laid Down11.8.1804BWAS-1793
Acquired5.10.1805BWAS-1793
Home Port W006
ShipyardCopenhagen - Zealand BWAS-1793
CategoryFifth RateW006
Ship TypeFrigate W006
Sailing RigShip RiggedW006
Captured7.9.1807BWAS-1793
BecomesBritish Fifth Rate frigate 'Venus' (1807) (36)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentW006
Length of Gundeck143' 6"Danish Fod (Feet)44.92 (138′ 9″ Imperial)
Breadth36' 6"Danish Fod (Feet)11.3338 (35′ 0″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold14' 10"Danish Fod (Feet)4.3974 (13′ 7″ Imperial)

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1805340 W006

 

Previous comments on this page

Posted by Bob Johns on Sunday 23rd of February 2020 21:08

Lt Thomas Eborall is also an ancestor of mine. I believe that the family fortunes started to slide when both Thomas Eborall and his wife, Sophia Ebern, died young, leaving four young children. In the next generation, Thomas' son William Wickens Eborall also died young, of typhoid fever, leaving his wife Amelia Salmon to look after five young children. My great-grandfather, George Eborall, was one of those four children. In 1851, Amelia and four of the children were depending upon poor relief from the workhouse.


Posted by Diane Eborall on Wednesday 22nd of May 2019 11:30

Ancestor Lt Thomas Eborall served on board Venus under Cat K MacKenzie in the Gunboat Wars. he was injured "off the coast of Denmark," and subsequently put ashore in Leith. he was later pensioned off due to "severe injuries."
Does anyone know how I can find out about his injuries and treatment?
Thomas married in 1815, but died in 1822 "after a long illness."
Our family fortunes were destroyed by this occurrence, and it is a mystery as to what really happened, and why there was no money left from what had been a well to do family.

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