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USC Warren (1775)

Page history last edited by PBworks 12 years, 7 months ago

Warren, 4 Gun Schooner

 

Details

NationalityUnited States of America
FormerlyFishing Schooner HawkW012
Authorised
Laid Down
Launched
Purchased1775-Oct-12W012
ShipyardMarblehead MASSW012
Designer
Constructor
Outfitter
Supplier
Decks1
RateSchooner
In Service1775-OctW012
Out Service1776-Aug-26W012
FateCapturedW012

 

Dimensions

Gun DeckKeelBeamDepthDraughtBurthenDisplacementSource
64W012

 

Armament

DateCrewGunsDeckB/S WeightSource
17755044 x 4, 10 x Swivels8W012

 

Commanders

Date FromDate toNameSource
1775-Oct1776-Feb-01Winborn Adams
1776-Feb-011776-Aug-26William Burke

 

Officers

Date FromDate ToRank/PositionNameSource

 

Service record

1775-Oct-12Purchased from John Twisdon
1775-Oct-31Left Beverly on her Maiden voyaage
1775-NovTook an armed schooner north of Cape Ann
1775-Nov-27Took the schooner Rainbow
1775-Dec-24Retook the brig Sally
1776-JanUnderwent repairs in Marblehead
1776-Mar-25Sailed in company with Franklin on a failed mission to intercept a convoy
1776-May-27Attempted to put to sea in company with Lynch and Lee but was blockaded by Milford
1776-JunEngagement with the British troopship Unity, Warren withdrew with 3 dead and 7 wounded
1776-JunReturned to Beverly for repairs
1776-AugPut to sea to patrol between Nova Scotia and Boston
1776-Aug-26Chased and taken by Liverpool

 

Actions & Battles

DateSource
1776-JunEngagement with UnityW012

 

Notes

This vessel was part of Washington's Fleet and was not formally a part of the Continental Navy.

 

Sources

W012Dictionary of American Fighting Vessels
B037A Naval History of the American RevolutionGardner W. Allen

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