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HMS Falcon (1704)  (11th)
5th Rate 32-gun

    
This the eleventh ship to carry the name HMS Falcon was a 32-gun, fifth rate, ship.

Built at Deptford Dockyard, launched 02-Dec-1704, 106ft 5in long, 29ft 7in wide and of 411 53/94 tons builders measurement. Had a complement of 145/100 men and was armed with 4 x demi-culverins (later 12pdrs), 22 x 6pdr and 6 x 4pdr guns.

Captured 29-Dec-1709 by the French ship Le Serieux in the Mediterranean with only 16 of her crew unwounded.

 

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This page last edited - 16 March, 2013.

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