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USF Deane (1777)

Page history last edited by Mark Gutis 10 years, 8 months ago

 

Deane, 28 Gun Frigate

Renamed Hague in 1782

 

Details

Nationality United States of America
Authorised    
Started    
Named For Silas Deane  
Launched 1777  
Shipyard Nantes  
Designer    
Constructor    
Supplier    
Decks 1  
Rate Frigate  
In Service 1778  
Out Service 1783-Aug  
Fate Sold  

 

 

Dimensions

Gun Deck Keel Beam Depth Draught Burthen Displacement Source
96' 0"   32' 0"     550 LT    

 

Armament

Date Crew Guns Gundeck Quarterdeck Forecastle B/S Weight Source
1778-May   34 24 x 12 8 x 4 2 x 6 166 W012

 

Commanders

Date From Date to Name Source
1778 1782 Samuel Nicholson  
1782-Sep-11   John Manly  

 

Officers

Date From Date To Rank/Position Name Source
1780   First Lieutenant Rhodes Arnold The Arnold Family Association of the South 
1781-Nov-20 1782-May-13 Midshipman Jonah Frisbie Cadron Post Chapter Honored Patriots 

Crew

Date From Date To Rank/Position Name Source
    Seaman Aaron Arnold The Arnold Family Association of the South 
    Seaman Turner, Winslow Mrs. Mary E. Billingsley: Pioneer Mother
1781-Nov-21 1782-May-31 Ordinary seaman Spencer, Anthony

Massachusetts soldiers and sailors of the revolutionary war

  
1781-Dec-7 1782-May-31 Boy Charles Teague Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors in the War of the Revolution 
1782-Jan-1 1782-May-31 Marine Frances, Levi

Massachusetts soldiers and sailors of the revolutionary war

 

 

Service record

1778-May Brought to the USA to be prepared
1779-Jan-14 Left Boston in company with Alliance for a cruise in the Wset Indies
1779-Jan Took the privateer ship Viper (16) with a crew of 75
1779-Apr-17 Arrived in Philadelphia
1779-Jul-29 Convoy escort in company with Boston and two ships of the Virginia navy
1779-Jul Five week cruise with Boston which netted eight prizes, including the packet Sandwich (16) and the sloop Thorn (16)
1779-Sep-06 Arrived in Boston
1779 Cruises in the West indies with Confederacy and Saratoga
1782-Sep Cruise in the Caribbean
1782-Sep Renamed Hague
1783 Cruise in the Caribbean
1783-Jan Ran aground near Gaudaloupe after being chased by a British ship (50)
1783 Out of Commission in Boston
1783-Aug Sold into private hands

 

Actions & Battles

Date   Source
     

 

Notes

 

Sources

W012 Dictionary of American Fighting Vessels
W013 DANFS Online
B037 A Naval History of the American Revolution (2 volumes)

 

 

 

 

 

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