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HMS Canterbury (1693)  (2nd)
4th Rate 60-gun

    
This the second ship to carry the name HMS Canterbury was a fourth rate, 60-gun, ship-of-the-line.

Built by Snelgrove of Deptford, launched 18-Dec-1693, 145ft long, 38ft wide and of 903 tons builders measurement (bm).

Rebuilt at Portsmouth 1722 as 963 tons bm. Rebuilt again, this time at Plymouth 1744 as 1,117 tons bm and 58-guns.

Used for harbour service from 1761.

Broken up Jul-1770 at Plymouth.

Won the Battle Honours: Marbella 1705 and Passero 1718.

 

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- 3rd HMS Canterbury

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This page last edited - 03 November, 2012.

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