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HMS Cumberland (1842)  (8th)
3rd Rate 70-gun

    
This the eighth ship to carry the name HMS Cumberland was a third rate, 70-gun ship-of-the-line.

Built at Chatham Dockyard, launched 21-Oct-1842, 180ft long, 54ft wide and of 2,214 tons builders measurement.

Became a training ship 1870.

Burned by accident 17-Feb-1889 on the river Clyde.

Wreck broken up 1889 at Rosneath Bay.

 

Other HMS Cumberland
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- 2nd HMS Cumberland
- 3rd HMS Cumberland
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- 5th HMS Cumberland
- 6th HMS Cumberland
- 7th HMS Cumberland
- 8th HMS Cumberland
- 9th HMS Cumberland
- 10th HMS Cumberland
- 11th HMS Cumberland

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This page last edited - 01 December, 2012.

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