HMS Salvadore del Mondo

Discussion in 'History' started by Ians_lad, Sep 10, 2008.

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  1. Can anyone point me in the direction of a good on-line sources for the history of this ship, a first rate around the time of Trafalgar? My searches haven't come up with anything useful yet.
  2. :thumright: Salvador Del Mundo 1797-1815 (Spanish)
    Taken by the Royal Navy at St Vincent 14.2.1797,a first rate 3 decker with a crew of 839 men, lower gun deck 30x32 pdr's,middle gun deck 32x24 pdr's,upper gun deck 32x12 pdr's, quarter deck 12x9 pdr's,foc'sle 6x9 pdr's. never fitted for sea by the Royal Navy,ship broken up 1815.Aye jr .
    I'll get me anorak??
  3. a Google search using Salvador Del Mundo+Royal Navy seemes to produce loads of hits. Not sure what type of info you want.

  4. Is this the one?
  5. That's the jobby. Thanks Gents.

    Now I've worked out what a receiving ship is, I know why my ancestor James Dalton went from there to HMS Mars, just before Trafalgar.

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