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TRAFALGAR - The Fleets After the Battle 

British Fleet - Van, Rear
French Fleet
Spanish Fleet

The British Fleet

Van or Weather column - Vice-Admiral Nelson
(L = Lightly Damaged, B = Badly Damaged, S = Sunk, P = Prize)
Ship Guns Commander State of Ship Killed Wounded
Victory 100 Captain Thomas Masterman Hardy B 57 75
Britannia 100 Rear-Admiral the Earl of Northesk,
Captain Charles Bullen
L 10 40
Temeraire 98 Captain Eliab Harvey B 47 76
Neptune 98 Captain Thomas F Freemantle L 10 34
Conqueror 74 Captain Israel Pellew L 3 9
Leviathan 74 Captain Henry W Bayntun L 4 22
Ajax 74 Lieutenant John Pilford L 2 2
Orion 74 Captain Edward Codrington L 1 21
Minotaur 74 Captain Charles J M Mansfield L 3 20
Spartiate 74 Captain Sir Francis Laforey L 3 17
Agamemnon 64 Captain Sir Edward Berry L 2 7
Africa 64 Captain Henry Digby B 18 37
Rear or Lee column - Vice-Admiral Collingwood
(L = Lightly Damaged, B = Badly Damaged, S = Sunk, P = Prize)
Ship Guns Commander State of Ship Killed Wounded
Royal Sovereign 100 Captain Edward Rotheram B 47 97
Prince of Wales 98 Captain Richard Grindall L - -
Dreadnought 98 Captain John Conn L 7 26
Tonnant 80 Captain Charles Tyler B 26 50
Mars 74 Captain George Duff B 29 69
Belleisle 74 Captain William Hargood B 33 93
Bellerophon 74 Captain John Cooke B 27 123
Colossus 74 Captain James N Morris B 43 110
Achille 74 Captain Richard King L 13 59
Revenge 74 Captain Robert Moorsom L 28 51
Swiftsure 74 Captain William G Rutherford L 9 8
Defence 74 Captain George Hope L 7 29
Thunderer 74 Lieutenant John Stockham L 4 12
Defiance 74 Captain Philip C Durham L 17 53
Polyphemus 64 Captain Richard Redmill L 2 4
Also present were 4 frigates
Euryalus 36 Captain the Hon Henry Blackwood
Naiad 36 Captain Thomas Dundas
Phoebe 36 Captain the Hon Thomas Bladen Chapel
Sirius 36 Captain William Prouse
1 schooner
Pickle 10 Lieutenant John R Lapenotiere
1 cutter
Entreprenante 10 Lieutenant R B Young
Total British Casualties - 1,596
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The French Fleet

Vice-Admiral P. Ch. J B S Villeneuve
(L = Lightly Damaged, B = Badly Damaged, S = Sunk, P = Prize)
Ship Guns Commander State of Ship Killed Wounded
Bucentaure 80 Captain Jean Jacques Magendie B, P 197 85
Formidable 80 Rear-Admiral P R M E Dumanoir le Pelley,
Captain Jean Marie Letellier
L 22 45
Neptune 80 Commodore Esprit Tranquille Maistral L 15 39
Indomptable 80 Commodore Jean Joseph Hubert  L (Wrecked later) - All hands drowned.
Algeciras 74 Rear-Admiral Charles Magon
Captain Gabriel Auguste Brouard 
B, P 77 143
Pluton 74 Commodore Julien M Cosmao L 60 132
Mont Blanc 74 Commodore G J Noel la Villegris L 20 24
Intrepide 74 Commodore Louis Antoine Cyprian Infernet  B, P Half the crew lost.
Swiftsure 74 Captain C E L'Hospitalier Villemadrin B, P 68 123
Aigle 74 Captain Pierre Paul Gourrege B, P Two-thirds of crew lost.
Scipion 74 Captain Charles Berenger L 17 22
Duguay-Trouin 74 Captain Claude Touffet L 12 24
Berwick 74 Captain Jean Gilles Filhol Camas P, S All lost.
Argonaute 74 Captain Jacques Epron  B 55 137
Achille 74 Captain Gabriel de Nieport P, S 480 casualties
Redoubtable 74 Captain Jean Jacques Etienne Lucas P, S 490 81
Fougueux 74 Captain Louis Baudoin B, P 546 casualties
Heros 74 Captain Jean B J Remi Poulon L 12 26
Also present were 5 frigates -
Cornelie, Hermione, Hortense, Rhin, Themis;
and 2 brigs -
Argus, Furet.
Total Allied Casualties including Spanish - 2,600 dead and wounded, 4,400 prisoners.
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The Spanish Fleet

Admiral don Federico Gravina
(L = Lightly Damaged, B = Badly Damaged, S = Sunk, P = Prize)
Ship Guns Commander State of Ship Killed Wounded
Santissima-Trinidad 130 Rear-Admiral den B Hidalgo Cesneros,
Commodore don Francisco de Urarte
B, P 216 116
Principe de Asturias 112 Admiral Gravina,
Rear-Admiral don Antonio Escano
B 54 109
Santa Anna 112 Vice-Admiral don Ign, Maria D'Alva,
Captain don Josef Guardoqui
B, P 104 137
Rayo 100 Commodore don Enrique Macdonnell L 4 14
Neptuno 80 Commodore don Cayetano Valdes L, P 38 35
Argonauta 80 Commodore don Antonio Pareja B, P 103 202
Bahama 74 Captain don Dioniscio Galiano L, P 75 66
Montanez 74 Captain don Josef Salcedo L 20 29
San Augustino 74 Captain don Felipe Xado Cagigal  B, P 184 201
San Ildefonso 74 Captain don Josef Bargas B, P 36 124
Nepomuceno 74 Captain don Cosme Churruca B, P 103 131
Monarco 74 Captain don Teodoro Argumosa B, P 101 154
San Francisco de Asis 74 Captain don Luis de Flores L 5 12
San Justo 74 Captain don Miguel Gaston L - 7
San Leandro 64 Captain don Josef Quevedo L 8 22
Total Allied Casualties including French - 2,600 dead and wounded, 4,400 prisoners.
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This page last edited - 29 January, 2013.

Copyright Ian M King, except where otherwise indicated.