HMS Weymouth (1795)  (5th)
4th Rate 56-gun

This the fifth ship to carry the name HMS Weymouth was a fourth rate, 56-gun, ship.

Built by Wells of Rotherhithe, an East Indiaman bought on the stocks, launched 30-Sep-1795, 175ft 6in long, 43ft wide and of 1,434 tons builders measurement.

Used as a storeship of 26-guns from 1798.

Wrecked 21-Jan-1900 on the Lisbon bar.


Other HMS Weymouth
- 1st  HMS Weymouth
- 2nd HMS Weymouth
- 3rd HMS Weymouth
- 4th HMS Weymouth
- 5th HMS Weymouth
- 6th HMS Weymouth
- 7th HMS Weymouth

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This page last edited - 08 December, 2012.

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