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HCMS N S del Pilar (1733)

Page history last edited by ManuBlasco 11 years ago

Nuestra Señora del Pilar de Zaragoza, 50


Details
Nationality Spanish
Ordered    
Started 1731  
Named    
Launched 1733  
Shipyard Filipinas Cavite
Plans Antonio Gaztanneta  
Constructor    
Decks 2  
Rate 4th Rates  
Class Covadonga  
System Spanish  
Crew 385 1741
In Service 1733  
Out Service 1750-sep-01  
Fate Wrecked  

 

Dimensions

Units Length Keel Beam Depth Draught Weight Displacement Source
Codos 60' (36 m.) --- ? (9 m.) ? (5 m.) --- --- 1,000 Tn.  
Codos 60' 50' 16'16" 8'8"   501 Tn   s1

 

Armament

Guns Date # lbs # lbs # lbs Fires Source
50 1733 22 18 22 14 6 10 lbs (Kg.)  
40 1745 ? 18 ? 10 ? 6 lbs (Kg.)  
30 1750 2 18 22 10 6 6 lbs (Kg.)  

 

Commanders

1733-jul-23 yyyy-mmm-dd Captain D. Jeronimo Montero.  
1736-jul-31 yyyy-mmm-dd Captain D. Baltasar de Araneta.  
1738-aug-03 yyyy-mmm-dd Captain D. Francisco Antonio Sendin.  
1741-jul-13 1743-mmm-dd Captain D. Manuel Gomez de Bustamante.  
1743-mmm-00 yyyy-mmm-dd Captain D. Juan Domingo Nebra.  
1746-jul-24 yyyy-mmm-dd Admiral D. Juan Bautista Pannales y Carranza.  

 

Officers

yyyy-mmm-dd yyyy-mmm-dd Rank Commander's name. source/s

 

Service Record

1733-jul-26 Left Filipinas to Acapulco with N S de Covadonga  
1734-mar-21 Arrived to Acapulco with N S de Covadonga  
1734-apr-09 Left Acapulco back to Filipinas with N S de Covadonga  
1734-aug-00 Arrived to Filipinas with N S de Covadonga  
1736-jul-31 Left Manila to Acapulco with N S de Covadonga  
1737-jan-00 Arrived to Acapulco with N S de Covadonga  
1737-aug-00 Arrived back to Filipinas with N S de Covadonga  
1738-aug-03 Left Cavite to Acapulco.  
1739-feb-23 Arrived to Acapulco, Nueva Espanna.  
1739-aug-20 Arrived to Cavite.  
1741-jul-13 Left Cavite to Acapulco.  
1742-jan-19 Arrived to Acapulco.  
1742-dec-07 Left Acapulco to Manila, avoiding Adm. Anson's nearby fleet, with 1,374,715 pesos.  
1743-mar-19 Arrived to Manila.  
1743-mmm-00 Due to the soon arrival of N S de Covadonga from Acapulco, left Manila to find Adm. Anson's ships.  
1743-jul-07 Run ashore at San Jacinto port.  
1744-mar-21 Recovered & repaired, left Cavite with N S del Rosario & 2 small vessels to look for Adm. Anson's ship at the waters off China.  
1744-jul-00 All returned to Cavite, failed the mission, Adm. Anson's was alredy in his way back to London.  
1745-mmm-00 At Manila.  
1746-jul-24 Left Manila to Acapulco with N S del Rosario  
1747-jan-10 Both arrived to Acapulco.  
1747-apr-08 Left Acapulco back to Manila with N S del Rosario & patache Santo Domingo.  
1747-jul-07 Entered at Manila with N S del Rosario & patache Santo Domingo.  
1750-jul-31 Left Manila with galeota San Jose to Acapulco.  
1750-aug-26 Entered at San Jacinto to get more cargo.  
1750-sep-01 Left San Jacinto. This is the last new of the ship. Wrecked.  

 

Notes

One of the Carrera de Filipinas' galleons. All his service history at the Pacific.

 

Sources (research by Santiago Gomez

AGI, Filipinas.

Glyn Williams, "El mejor botín de todos los océanos"

Jesús Gacía del Valle y Gómez, "Retrato de un navío. Nuestra Señora del Pilar de Zaragoza"

Cesáreo Fernández Duro, "Armada española", tomo VI.

"Planos del navío Nuestra Señora del Pilar de Zaragoza, de la carrera Manila-Acapulco (1733-1750)", 2 Vol.; Jesús García del Valle y Gómez (s1)

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