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Owen Glendower, 1808
Type: 5th rate ; Armament 36
Launched : 21 Nov 1808 ; Disposal date or year : 1884
BM: 951 tons
18 May 1809 a part of a squadron which captured the Danish island of Anholt.
Portsmouth 29 Dec 1809 arrived from the eastward.
Portsmouth 11 Jan 1810 departed for a cruise off Cherbourg.
Portsmouth 12 Jan 1810 Put back from a cruize off Cherbourg.
10 Mar 1810 captured the French privateer Camille in the Channel.
1 Oct 1810 captured the French privateer Indomptable.
Portsmouth 25 Sep 1811 Detained by adverse wind.
Portsmouth 30 Sep 1811 departed for the East Indies.
Lymington 3 Oct 1811 departed for India.
Falmouth 5 Oct 1811 Put back due to contrary winds.
Falmouth 20 Oct 1811 departed for the East Indies.
May 1814 captured a U.S. privateer, the 12 gun vessel Hyder Ally, with 30 men, in the East Indies.
Malacca Roads 21 Aug 1814 arrived.
Madras 29 Aug 1815 departed for Penang and China.
23 Aug 1815 arrived in Madras roads from Trincomalee.
1 Jan 1820 repairing with a circular stern.
12 Aug 1820 in the river Plate.
11 Oct 1820 the Admiralty announced that the commanding officers of the following vessels now cruising on the South America Station, ie the Owen Glendower, Hyperion, Creole, Conway, Slaney, and Alacrity, have been supplied with their instructions, should the right circumstances arise, authorising them to detain Portuguese or Spanish vessels in accordance with the several Treaties with foreign powers for preventing the Illegal Traffic in slaves with those countries.
5 Apr 1821 arrived at Valparaiso from Callao.
10 Oct 1821 departed Valparaiso for Rio Janeiro.
Rio Janeiro 23 Nov 1821 departed for England.
19 Jan 1822 arrived Spithead from South America with specie and news of the revolutions in Chile, Peru, and around BA.
22 Jan 1822 has been taken into harbour to be fitted for Channel Service.
13 Jun 1823, detained in lat. 4° 31' N. long. 8° 38' E. the Spanish slave schooner Concheta, which was sent for adjudication to the British and Spanish Mixed Court of Justice, Sierra Leone and sentenced to be condemned.
3 Jul 1823, detained in lat. 4° 24' N. long. 7° 11' E. the Spanish slave Maria la Luz, with 184 slaves on board when detained, which was sent for adjudication to the British and Spanish Mixed Court of Justice, Sierra Leone and sentenced to be condemned on 8 Sep 1823.
14 Sep 1823, detained in lat. 4° 28' N. long. 7° 21' E. the Spanish slave Fabiana, with 118 slaves on board when detained, which was sent for adjudication to the British and Spanish Mixed Court of Justice, Sierra Leone and sentenced to be condemned on 11 Oct 1824.
8 Feb 1824 it is reported that the marines from the ship are manning and defending Cape Coast Castle following the defeat of Government forces by the Ashantee : 2 marines and a Krooman have been killed and 2 marines and 5 seamen from the ship wounded.
Cape Coast Castle 23 Mar 1824 is reported to be visiting ports along the coast where the Ashantee may be taking refuge.
Cape Of Good Hope 26 Mar 1825 Is expected here in the near future to relieve the Andromache.
Simon's Town 25 Jul 1825 Refitting here.
Cape of Good Hope 17 Oct 1825 Remained.
Cape of Good Hope 21 Oct 1825 Remains.
10 Sep 1826 at Port Louis, Mauritius. Commodore Christian writes to Lt Gen Sir G. Lowry Cole.
16 Oct 1826 Port Louis.
6 Jan 1827 Based on the Cape of Good Hope.
Simon's Bay 15 May 1828 departed for England via St. Helena.
St. Helena 28 May 1828 departed for Portsmouth.
Portsmouth 13 July 1828 arrived from the Cape of Good Hope.
Portsmouth 15 July 1828 departed to the eastward to be paid off.
1830 Chatham, rated as a 42.
18 Dec 1841 it is reported in the newspapers that she is to be fitted out as a Convict Ship. Mar 1842 at Chatham, being fitted as a Convict hulk to be based at Gibraltar.
6 Oct 1842 the African and Monkey departed Woolwich with 100 convicts for Sheerness to be put on board the Owen Glendower, recently converted to a convict ship, for passage to Gibraltar, where the convicts were to be employed on new works to be added to the fortress. She is expected to depart Sheerness shortly, under the supervision of Mr. Armstrong, lately master of the Warrior Convict Ship, at Woolwich, who proceeds in the Owen Glendower as Superintendent of the convicts on board.
13 Oct 1842 departed Spithead for Gibraltar with convicts for Gibraltar along with 110 supernumerary seamen for the Mediterranean Fleet.
20 Dec 1848 Convict Hulk, Gibraltar.
1860 Convict Hulk, Gibraltar.
1870 Convict Hulk, Gibraltar.
1870 Receiving Hulk, Gibraltar.
Oyster, late X. 3, 1921
Type: Oiler ;
NL Jan 1921 based at Harwich.