HMS Agincourt (1796)  (1st)
3rd Rate 64-gun

This the first ship to carry the name HMS Agincourt was a third rate, 64-gun, ship-of-the-line.

Built by Perry of Blackwall, 161ft long, 46ft wide and of 1,440 tons builders measurement.

Originally designed as an East Indiaman, the Earl Talbot, she was bought on the stocks and converted.

Used as a prison ship from 06-Jan-1812 and renamed HMS Bristol.

Sold 15-Dec-1814.

Won the battle Honours: Camperdown 1797 and Egypt 1801.


Other HMS Agincourt
- 1st  HMS Agincourt
- 2nd HMS Agincourt
- 3rd HMS Agincourt
- 4th HMS Agincourt
- 5th HMS Agincourt

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