HMS Weymouth (1795), 56-tykkinen neljännen luokan alus HMS Weymouth (1804), 36-tykkinen viidennen luokan alus HMS Weymouth (1910), Town-luokan kevyt risteilijä Tämä on täsmennyssivu, joka luettelee monimerkityksisen käsitteen eri merkitykset tai useita eri henkilöitä. HMS Weymouth (1804), a 36-gun fifth rate, previously the East Indiaman Wellesley. She returned to Britain in 1806 and was then fitted as a storeship at Woolwich, recommissioning in September 1807 under Commander Martin White. Would you like to suggest this photo as the cover photo for this article? 1820 Settlers. The following month Captain John Draper was in command, and sailed her to India in early 1805. French records state that she was captured off the Gironde. Initially stationed in the Mediterranean, she was assigned to the Navy's Caribbean fleet in 1740 … HMS Weymouth was a 44-gun fifth rate of the Royal Navy. HMS WEYMOUTH – October 1913 to May 1916, Mediterranean (2nd Light Cruiser Squadron), East Indies Station (including German East Africa), Mediterranean (Adriatic Force) December 1916 to June 1917, Grand Fleet (6th Light Cruiser Squadron, detached to Bermuda) December 1922 to December 1923, in Reserve Nore (Chatham) On the latter voyage, under Master Richard Turner, she transported eleven parties of British 1820 Settlers from Portsmouth to Algoa Bay. William Weymouth was born on month day 1804, to Nathaniel Weymouth and Jane. Alus siirrettiin kesäkuussa 1913 Välimeren laivaston 2. The following month Captain John Draper assumed command. More Charles Brooking (c.1723–59) was … She was stationed in Île-d'Aix Roads. His father, John Bullen, also served in the Royal Navy and was the Surgeon General on the North American Station between 1779 and 1781. British Fifth Rate ship of the line 'Weymouth' (1804). She was purchased in May 1804, and fitted out between May and August that year at the yards of Perry & Co, at Rotherhithe. The Weymouth was used to transport 11 parties of 1820 settlers from Portsmouth to Algoa Bay (Port Elizabeth). She passed under a succession of masters over the next few years, visiting Malta in 1817, and the Cape Colony in 1820. Today in Naval History - Naval / Maritime Events in History 21 January 1800 - Transport ship HMS Weymouth (1795 - 26), Cdr. 1807: HMS Blenheim (90), Cptn. She was purchased in 1804, and by 1811 had been converted into a 16-gun storeship. HMS Weymouth was to have been a wood screw corvette. 27 Nov 1804 departed Spithead on a cruise. She left Portsmouth on 7 January 1820, arrived in Table Bay on 25 April 1820 and in Algoa Bay on 15 May 1820.[1]. Dates of service, name changes, previous and next incarnations, dimensions, armament, commanders, officers and crewmen, actions, battles, sources The Royal Navy acquired several East Indiamen, turning them into fourth rates (e.g., HMS Weymouth and HMS Madras, described above), maintaining the confusion for military ships seeking merchant ships as prizes of war. 24 Aug 1804 departed Spithead the Aeolus, Lord W FitzRoy, to attend his Majesty at Weymouth. William was baptized on month day 1826, at baptism place. Service. HMS Weymouth (1804) (1,421 words) exact match in snippet view article Captain Alexander Fraser, in August 1804. At the Battle of Jutland, she was one of four light cruisers of the Third Light Cruiser Squadron screening the battlecruisers under Captain Thomas D. Pratt. She was wrecked in 1800. HMS Weymouth (1804) 44-gun fifth rate of the Royal Navy. Charles Bullen was born in Newcastle in 1769 but spent much of his early childhood in Weymouth, Dorset. 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