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Alfred, (late Asia, 1811), 1811
Type: 3rd rate ; Armament 74
Launched : Dec 1811 ; Disposal date or year : BU 1865
BM: 1763 tons
Complement : 393 Officers and men, 47 boys and ?? marines.
1819 Asia renamed Alfred
1828 Reduced to 50 guns
21 Feb 1831 Commissioned at Chatham by Capt. T. Mansell
Portsmouth Jun 8 1831 At Spithead.
20 Sep 1832 at Alexandria.
21 Nov 1832 at Malta.
27 Feb 1833 arrived Malta, from Nauplia.
Malta, June 8 1833, Remains with the squadron awaiting the arrival of Sir P. Malcolm, the flag officer.
27 Jul 1833 Arrived at Malta from Tenedos and left on the 18th of August, for Nauplia.
Portsmouth 21 Dec 1833 News has been received from the Mediterranean that the Alfred is in Vourla Bay, near Smyrna, along with the rest of the squadron.
Portsmouth Apr 19 1834 Reports received from the Mediterranean advise that she is at Smyrna.
Portsmouth, May 17 1834 A letter from Malta of 29 Apr reports that the Alfred had returned from Smyrna, after being relieved by the Endymion and was waiting for orders.
2 Sep 1834 Arrived ? Saturday from Lisbon.
27 Oct 1840 Sheerness, has been brought up for active service. 16 Dec 1840 Sheerness, is ready, awaiting orders for commission. 23 Oct 1841, Portsmouth, has been commissioned at Sheerness, for the Rio Janeiro station. 23 Oct 1841, Commander John Scott ; Lieutenants Edward S. Sotheby, W. H. Molyneux and Thomas Ellis appointed to the Alfred. 30 Oct 1841, Commander J. B. Woodthorpe appointed to the Alfred. 31 Oct 1841, Sheerness, her Royal Marines joined from Woolwich, having been brought down by the Geyser. 6 Nov 1841, Lieutenant J. H. Bridges, appointed to the Alfred. 13 Nov 1841, Commander J. B. Woodthorpe ; Lieutenants W H. Molyneaux and T. Elks ; Purser W. L. Freeman, appointed to the Alfred. 27 Nov 1841, Clerk K. Chamberlain, appointed to the Alfred. 11 Dec 1841, Clerks K. Chamberlain, and C. Slaughter appointed to the Alfred. 18 Dec 1841, Lieutenant G. R. Holliday, appointed to the Alfred. 25 Dec 1841, Mate R. Wilcox, appointed to the Alfred. 4th March 1845 Lying at Rio
Nov. 1844 Salvage of John Dalton. Prize money due for payment 18 July 1849
Jan 1848 Portsmouth, in Ordinary (reserve)
20 Dec 1848 Portsmouth
1865 Broken up