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HBMS Saint Andrew (1622)

Page history last edited by Cy 10 years, 6 months ago

Saint Andrew, 42 Guns


Details
Nationality British
Ordered 1622/02/00 B164
Launched 1622/00/00 B164
Shipyard Deptford DY B028
Rate Second Rate
Type Great Ship
Out Service 1666/09/03 B164
Fate Wrecked B028

Dimensions
B065   Type Metric
Length of Keel 110' 0" Imperial Feet 33.53
Breadth 37' 0" Imperial Feet 11.28
Depth in Hold 16' 6" Imperial Feet 5.03
Burthen 895 Tons BM
B028   Type Metric
Burthen 587 Tons BM
B164   Type Metric
Length of Keel 110' 0" Imperial Feet 33.53
Breadth 36' 5" Imperial Feet 11.1
Depth in Hold 14' 8" Imperial Feet 4.47
Burthen 587 Baker's Rule Tons
Burthen 783 Tons and Tonnage

Armament
1625 B065 Broadside Weight = 267
Gun Deck 2 British Demi-Cannon
Gun Deck 2 British Cannon-Perrier
Gun Deck 16 British Culverin
Gun Deck 12 British Demi-Culverin
Gun Deck 4 British Saker
Gun Deck 2 British Falcon
Gun Deck 4 British Fowler
1632 B065
Gun Deck 42 All Guns
1660 B065
Gun Deck 56 All Guns
1666 B164 Broadside Weight = 598
Gun Deck 20 British Demi-Cannon
Gun Deck 20 British Culverin
Gun Deck 17 British Demi-Culverin
Gun Deck 8 British Saker

Crew Complement
Date Men Notes Source
1625 250 Establishment of 150 Mariners, 30 gunners and 70 Soldiers B065
1652/03 280 B164
1653 360 B164
1660 280 B164
1666 360 Establishment for war abroad B164
1666 280 Establishment for war at home B164
1666 260 Establishment for peace B164

Flag Officers
Date From Date to Rank/Position Name Source
1641 Unknown Admiral Sir John Pennington B164
1646/02 1646 Vice-Admiral William Batten W015
1650 1650 General at Sea Edward Popham W014
1652/09 1653 Rear-Admiral Nehemiah Bourne B164
1653 1653/07/31 Rear-Admiral of the White Thomas Graves B164
Commanders
Date From Date to Rank/Position Name Source
1628 1628 Captain Thomas Kettleby B164
1635 1635 Captain Walter Stewart B164
1636 1636 Captain Sir John Pennington B164
1638 Unknown Vice-Admiral Sir John Pennington B164
1643 1646 Captain William Batten B164
1649 1649 Vice-Admiral of Ireland Sir George Ayscue B164
1652 1652 Captain Edward Hall W014
1653 1653 Captain George Dakins B164
1656 1657 Captain Anthony Young B164
1664/04/15 1664/06/25 Commodore Thomas Allen B164
1665/01/03 1667/01/16 Captain Valentine Pyend B051
Commissioned Officers
Date From Date to Rank/Position Name Source
1663 1664 Lieutenant Philemon Bacon B051
1664 1664 Lieutenant William Hammond B051

Service Record
Date Notes Source
1623 Under Lord Morley, for voyage to Spain B164
1625 Under Lord Dembeigh and Capt. Watts, for Cadiz B164
1641/06 In the Downs SPD-1664-5
1650 Renamed Andrew B164
1652/03 Re-classified as a Second Rate of 52 guns  
1652/05/29 Present at the Battle of Dover  
1652/09/28 Present at the Battle of Kentish Knock  
1653 At Chatham for the Winter B164
1653/06/02 Present at the Battle of the Gabbard  
1653/07/31 Present at the Battle of Scheveningen  
1653/12 Re-classified as a Second Rate of 58 guns  
1654 Blake's fleet in the Mediterranean B164
1655/04/04 Present at the Battle of Porto Farina  
1660 Re-classified as a Second Rate of 56 guns  
1660/05 Renamed Saint Andrew B164
1665/06/03 Present at the Battle of Lowestoft  
1665/11/17 Came up the river to Chatham in comany with the Unicorn and the Vanguard SPD-1664-5
1666 Re-classified as a Second Rate of 66 guns  
1666/06/01 Present at Four Days Battle  
1666/07/25 Present at St James Day Battle  
1666/09/03 Driven ashore near Rye in a gale B164
1666/11/25 Run ashore to be stripped and broken up, having been salved and deemed not worthy of repair B164

Fleets
Fleet Title Commander Date From Date To Source
Summer Guard of 1650 1650/00/00 1650/00/00
Fleet sent to Lisbon General at Sea Robert Blake 1650/02/14 1652/00/00
British Baltic Fleet 1659 Sir Edward Montagu 1659/00/00 1659/00/00

Actions & Battles
Date Source
1652/05/29 Battle of Dover
1652/09/28 Battle of Kentish Knock
1653/06/02 Battle of the Gabbard
1653/07/31 Battle of Scheveningen
1655/04/04 Battle of Porto Farina
1665/06/03 Battle of Lowestoft
1666/06/01 Four Days Battle
1666/07/25 St James Day Battle

Notes on Ship
No Notes Entered

Sources
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
B065 The Ship of the Line Vol I Brian Lavery
W015 English Parliamentary Journals Various
W014 Anglo-Dutch Wars BLOG James C Bender
B051 Biographia Navalis - Volume I John Charnock
SPD-1664-5 Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1664-5 Mary Anne Everett Green (editor)

Last Updated :2009/11/18 at 09:42:44 by Cy

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