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Thomas Hayward (3)

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Officer of the British Navy

Thomas Hayward (3)

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Personal Details
Date of Birth 1767  
Place of Birth Hackney  
Father Francis Hayward MD  
Mother Ann Green  
Date of Death circa 1797/07/00  
Place of Death South China Sea  
Naval Service Events
Ship Date From Date To Event Source
Halifax 1775/11/30 1779/11/23 As Unknown  
Portland 1782/09/10 1782/09/29 As Able Seaman  
Thisbe 1784/01/17 1785/04/16 As Midshipman  
Thisbe 1785/04/16 1785/10/05 As Able Seaman  
Porcupine 1786/06/09 1787/07/19 As Able Seaman  
Bounty 1787   As Midshipman  
Promoted to Lieutenant, 26th October 1790 B080
Pandora 1790/10/26 1791/12 As Lieutenant  
  1791/12/20 Served as 3rd Lieutenant on the Hornwig a vessel of the V.O.C. (Dutch East India Company)  
Diomede 1793   As Second Lieutenant  
Promoted to Commander, 22nd December 1796 B080
Swift 1797/12/22 1797/07 As Commander  
Personal Events
Date Event Source

 

Notes on Officer
General Notes  

1798/4 In April 1798 the Swift was overtaken by a succession of violent typhoons in the China Seas, which scattered and disabled many of the large convoy of merchantman returning to England from Macao. The Swift was last seen making signals of distress, and is presumed to have founded. 


From BL Add. 35161 the papers of Rev. Joseph Hunter "In December 1796 he was appointed Commander of the Swift and in July 1797 Captain of the resistance of 44 guns and in a few days to the Trident of 60 guns. He was, however, lost on the Swift.... Capt. Hayward's charts of the voyage in the Pandora and of the Banda Seas were published by Mr. Dalrymple"


From Gentleman's Magazine May 1813: the obituary of Francis Hayward, and references to his son, Thomas. "At the beginning of the French revolution, he [Thomas] served on board the Constant, from which ship he removed to the Diomede, then on the East India station, when he again suffered shipwreck, the Diomede having struck upon a rock not laid down in any chart, at the entrance of the harbour of Trincomalee." Joseph Hunter was brother-in-law to Thomas Hayward.

Source References  
As a Midshipman ADM107/13
As a Lieutenant ADM 36/14097 ADM36/11136 ADM36/14097 ADM26/13516

 

Sources
Id Link or Description Author
B080 A Naval Biographical Dictionary 1849

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