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NameCaradocExplanation
TypeGunboat   
Launched3 July 1847
HullIron
PropulsionPaddle
Builders measure676 tons
Displacement 
Guns1
Fate1870
Class 
Ships bookADM 135/79
Note 
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
4 April 1848Commanded by Lieutenant commander Charles Pybus Ladd, Holyhead
14 April 1851
- 11 October 1854
Commanded by Lieutenant commander Samuel Hoskins Derriman, Mediterranean (until Derriman was promoted for his role as aide-de-camp to Lord Raglan, the British commander, during the battle of the Alma, 20 September 1854)
11 October 1854Commanded by Commander Samuel Hoskins Derriman, tender to Britannia, Mediterranean and Black Sea during the Russian War (and bringing the remains of Lord Raglan - the British commander in the Crimea, who died there of dysentery on 9 July 1855 - back to England)
21 September 1855Commanded by Lieutenant commander Chandos Scudamore Scudamore Stanhope, Mediterranean
19 May 1856Commanded by Lieutenant commander Henry Augustus Clavering, Mediterranean
18 March 1858
- 5 February 1861
Commanded (until paying off at Woolwich) by Lieutenant Commander Charles Matthew Buckle, Mediterranean
10 August 1860Commanded by Lieutenant commander John Binney Scott, Mediterranean
13 January 1863Commanded by Lieutenant commander Edward Henry Wilkinson, Mediterranean
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