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Barfleur, 98

Ship of the Line - 2nd Rate
(1768-1819)

Built: Chatham
Retired: Chatham
Reason Retired: broken up

Notes:

Captain Alexander Hood
(Rear-Admiral Sir Samuel Hood)

• Battle of the Virginia Capes (5 Sept 1781).

Captain John Knight
(Rear-Admiral Sir Samuel Hood)

• Battle of the Saintes (12 Apr 1782)

Captain Cuthbert Collingwood
(Rear-Admiral George Bowyer)

• Glorious First of June (1794). [First Lieutenant Adrian Renou; Second Lieutenant George Davey; Fifth Lieutenant William Prowse; William Price, Master; Master's Mates: Joseph Hellard; Midshipmen: John Cawley]

Captain John Elphinstone
(Rear-Admiral Sir George Keith Elphinstone)


(Rear-Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood)
• Arrived at Plymouth to refit (22 Jun 1800).
• Sailed from Plymouth to join the Channel Fleet (26 Jun 1800).

Captain John Acworth Ommanney
(Rear-Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood)

• Sailed from Portsmouth to join the Channel Fleet (5 Oct 1801).
• Arrived at Portsmouth from Bantry Bay (29 Dec 1801).

Captain George Martin
• Sir Robert Calder's Action (22 Jul 1805). [First Lieutenant Peter Fisher]

Captain Joseph Sydney Yorke (Jan 1806–Jun 1807)

Captain Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy

Captain Sir Edward Berry (Sept 1812–1813)

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