* Home * Loney home * Life & career * Documents * Album * Ships * Portrait * Uniform * Background * * Search this site *
William Loney RN - Background  

Home-Loney-Background-The Royal Navy Browse mid-Victorian RN vessels: A; B; C; D; E - F; G - H; I - L; M; N - P; Q - R; S; T - U; V - Z; ??

NameFlyExplanation
TypeSloop  
Launched25 August 1831
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure485 tons
Displacement 
Guns18
Fate1903
Class 
Ships book
Note1855 c.h.
18?? = C.2.
18?? = C.70
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
17 September 1831
- October 1835
Commanded by Commander Peter M'Quhae, West Indies
12 July 1838
- July 1840
Commanded by Commander Granville Gower Loch, South America
17 November 1841
- 4 July 1846
Commanded (until paying off at Plymouth) by Captain Francis Price Blackwood, East Indies (surveying Torres Straits and northern coast of Australia)
14 October 1847Commanded by Commander Richard Aldworth Oliver, East Indies (surveying in New Zealand and the Pacific)
1 July 1859
- April 1861
Commanded by Lieutenant commander John Smith Keats, the Humber, tender to Cornwallis

Top
Valid HTML 4.0