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Indefatigable, 64

Ship of the Line - 3rd Rate
(1784-1816)

Built: Bucklers Hard
Retired: Sheerness
Reason Retired: broken up

Notes:

Reduced to 44 guns (1795).

Captain Sir Edward Pellew (Feb 1795 )
Arrived at Plymouth (16 Apr 1795).
Arrived at Falmouth from Plymouth (23 Apr 1798).
Arrived at Falmouth (1 Dec 1798).
Arrived at Plymouth from Falmouth with the captured French privateer La Minerve, 16 (22 Jan 1799).

Captain Hon. Henry Curzon
Sailed from Plymouth on a cruise (3 Jan 1800).
Arrived at Plymouth from a cruise (3 Feb 1800).
Arrived at Plymouth from a cruise (1 Mar 1800).

Captain Matthew Henry Scott
Sailed from Plymouth with 18 bullocks for the squadron off Rochefort under the command of Commodore Sir Edward Pellew (19 Aug 1801).
Arrived at Plymouth from the squadron off Rochefort with five empty victuallers (25 Aug 1801).
Sailed from Plymouth for Torbay (19 Nov 1801).
Sailed from Portsmouth to join the Channel Fleet (19 Dec 1801).

Captain Graham Moore (8 Jul 1803 )
Arrived at Plymouth (21 Jan 1804).
Arrived at Plymouth (12 May 1804).
Paid wages and prize money (15 May 1804).

Captain John Tremayne Rodd

Captain Henry Edward Reginald Baker

Captain John Broughton

Captain John Fyffe

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