Rotterdam Admiralty Witte de With Prinses Louise 36 guns Aert van Nes Gelderland 26 guns Rotterdam Directors Ruth Jacobszoon Buys (not known) 26 guns Corstiaen Corstiaenszoon Prins te Paard 38 guns Amsterdam Admiralty Gideon de Wildt Vrede 42 guns Cornelis Hoola Leiden 28 guns Abraham van der Hulst (not known) 26 guns Albert de Graeff Hollandia 32 guns Joris van der Zaan Campen 38 guns Nicolaes Marrevelt Zeelandia 36 guns Jacob Paulussen Cort Star 28 guns Jan van Campen Overijssel 28 guns Dirk Schey Achilles 28 guns Amsterdam Directors Cornelis van Houtten Witte Lam 30 guns Abraham van Campen Arke Troijane 28 guns Jacob Corneliszoon Swart Faam 28 guns Stoffel Juriaenszoon Sint Francisco 28 guns Noorderkwartier Admiralty Arent Dirckszoon Monnick 24 guns Hoorn Dirctors Pieter Adriaanszoon van Blocker (not known) 28 guns Zeeland Admiralty Adriaan Bankert (not known) 26 guns Middelburg Directors Jacob Penssen Gouden Leeuw 30 guns Johannes de Regermorter (not known) 30 gunsAs you can see, there are still some holes in our knowledge of ships and captains of the First Anglo-Dutch War.
Sunday, November 13, 2005
More about the Prins te Paard in De With's journal
Witte de With's journal starting from 24 August 1652 refers to Corstiaean Corstiaenszoon as commanding a Rotterdam Directors' ship. On that date, Witte de With had 22 ships with him. This is the list: