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HBMF Lynn (1696)

Page history last edited by Cy 15 years ago

Lynn, 32 Guns

Nationality British
Ordered 1695/05/03 B164
Launched 1696/04/24 B164
Shipyard Shoreham B164
Design Class 1694 Group 32-Gunner (1694)
Constructor Thomas Ellis B164
Rate Fifth Rate
Type Frigate
Out Service 1713/04/16 B028
Fate Sold B028

B164   Type Metric
Length of Gundeck 109' 0" Imperial Feet 33.22
Length of Keel 88' 0" Imperial Feet 26.82
Breadth 28' 8" Imperial Feet 8.74
Depth in Hold 10' 6" Imperial Feet 3.2
Burthen 3842/94 Tons BM

1695/04/20 B164 Broadside Weight = 96
Lower Gun Deck 4 British Demi-Culverin
Upper Gun Deck 22 British 6-Pounder
Quarterdeck 6 British 4-Pounder

Crew Complement
Date Men Notes Source
1694 145 Design Complement  

Date From Date to Rank/Position Name Source
1695/04 1695/05/26 Post Captain William Caldwell B164
1695/05/27 1695/06 Post Captain John Ward B164
1695/06 1696 Post Captain Valentine Bowles B164
1697 1697 Post Captain Thomas Cleasby B164
1698 1700 Post Captain Nicholas Trevanion B164
1701/01 1702 Post Captain William Power B164
1702 1704/01/15 Post Captain Edmund Letchmore B164
1704/01/19 1705/03/23 Post Captain George Dolman B164
1705/03/23 1705/09/24 Commander Robert Coleman B164
1705/09/25 1706 Post Captain Robert Coleman B164
1708/01/14 1708/12 Post Captain Michael Sansom B164
1708/12 1714 Post Captain James Gunman B164
1717 1719 Post Captain Ellis Brand B164

Service Record
Date Notes Source
1695 Stationed in the Channel B164
1696 Stationed in the Channel B164
1697 Sailed to Newfoundland B164
1698 In North America B164
1700 Sailed to Salee B164
1702/07/09 Took the privateer Marie de Caillot B164
1703/08/22 Took the privateer Marie B164
1704/01/15 Action against a 46-gun privateer off Dodman Head, losing 36 killed and wounded including the captain B164
1704/01/19 Commissioned for the Mediterranean B164
1708 With Byng's fleet in the North Sea B164
1708/12 In the Baltic B164
1710 Sailed from Milford with a Newfoundland convoy B164
1711 In the Mediterranean B164
1714/07 Began middling repair at Deptford B164
1714/11 Completed middling repair at a cost of £1,624.4.4d B164
1717/02 Began refitting at Deptford B164
1717/02/23 Ordered reduced to a Sixth Rate B164
1717/03 Completed refitting at a cost of £925.5.5d ,as a 24-gunner B164
1720/02 Broken up at Deptford to be rebuilt B164

Fleet Title Commander Date From Date To Source
No Fleets Listed

Actions & Battles
Date Source
No Actions Listed

Notes on Ship
No Notes Entered

Id Link or Description Author
B164 British Warships in the Age of Sail 1603 - 1714 Rif Winfield
B028 Ships of the Royal Navy - Volume I J. J. Colledge

Last Updated :2009/07/21 at 10:24:08 by Cy

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