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USF Deane (1777)

Page history last edited by Mark Gutis 11 years, 10 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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