HMS Echo (1758)  (1st)
6th Rate 24-gun

This the first ship to carry the name HMS Echo was a sixth rate, 24-gun, ship.

Originally French, captured May-1758 at Louisburg, Cape Breton Island, 118ft long, 32ft 6in wide and of 539 tons builders measurement, Armed with 24 x 9pdr guns.

Took part in operations at Quebec 1759 and Martinique 1762.

Returned to the UK 1763 and laid up in ordinary (reserve).

Sold 05-Jun-1770.

Won the Battle Honours: Quebec 1759, Martinique 1762 and Havana 1762.


Other HMS Echo
- 1st  HMS Echo
- 2nd HMS Echo
- 3rd HMS Echo
- 4th HMS Echo
- 5th HMS Echo
- 6th HMS Echo
- 7th HMS Echo
- 8th HMS Echo
- 9th HMS Echo
- 10th HMS Echo
- 11th HMS Echo
- 12th HMS Echo

- Full Battle Honours

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This page last edited - 23 February, 2013.

Copyright Ian M King, except where otherwise indicated.