Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

 

Nominal Guns:                    58

Nationality:                         Spain

Operator:                           Armada Real

Keel Laid Down:                 1702/01/25

Home Port:                         Bilboa 

Shipyard:                            Campeche 

Constructor:                        Francisco de los Reyes 

Category:                            Fourth Rate

Ship Type:                          Ship of the Line

Foundered:                         1724/08/13

 

Dimensions

DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalent, Length of Gundeck77' 0"Spanish Codos,

Length of Keel57' 0"Spanish Codos , readth18' 66"Spanish Codos, Depth in Hold10' 0"

Spanish Codos, Burthen 800 Ton Armament1703 Broadside Weight = 294

Spanish libre (317.226 lbs 134.946 kg)B001,Lower Gun Deck22 Spanish 18-Pounder

Upper Gun Deck20 Spanish 8-Pounder, Quarterdeck/Fore castle 8 Spanish 4-Pounder,

1710Broadside Weight = 302 Spanish libre (325.858 lbs 138.618 kg) B001, Lower

Gun Deck22Spanish 18-Pounder, Upper Gun Deck 22 Spanish 8-Pounder,

Quarterdeck/Forecastle8 Spanish 4-Pounder, Crew Complement, 

Date# of Men Notes Source

1703 500, 

 

Flag Officers

From To Rank Name Source

1703/04      General Andrés de Pez y Malzarraga,

1706/12/28 General Andrés de Pez y Malzarraga

 

Commanders

From     To         Rank          Name 

1703/04 1704/11/10 Capitan de navioAntonio de Ibarra, 

1704/11/11 to 1706/05/09 Capitan de navio Andres de Arriola,

1706/05/10 to 1708/05/27 Capitan de navio Diego Fernandez de Santillan,

1708/05/28 to 1713/01/18 Capitan de navio Andres de Arriola, 

1713/01/19 to 1717/07/17Capitan de navio Pedro de Ribera, 

1717/07/28 to 1719 Capitan de navio Juan de Cordoba y Lasso de la Vega, 

1719/ 20/01 Capitan de navio Rodrigo Torres y Morales

1720/01 to 1724/07/13 Capitan de navio Gabriel Perez de Alderete, 

1724/07/131724/08/24Capitan de navio Gabriel de Mendinueta

 

Service History

Date               Event 

1703/04     Arrived to Veracruz from Campeche.

1703/12     Entered at Campeche with N S del Rosario due to storm damages.

1703/12/11 Left Veracruz to La Habana with N S del Rosario.

1704          Left La Habana with a frigate to Santo Domingo.

1704/03      Left Campeche with N S del Rosario to La Habana.

1704/04/02 Arrived to La Habana with N S del Rosario.

1704/08/12 Arrived to La Habana.

1704/09      Left La Habana to Veracruz.

1704/09      Entered at Veracruz with N S del Rosario.

1704/11/11 Left Veracurz to Cadiz with 1,000,000 pesos.

1705/02/25 Arriaved to Cadiz.

1706/03/10 Left Cadiz to Veracruz with 3 SoL and 13 merchantmen.

1706/05/29 Arrived to Veracruz.

1706/12/28 Left Veracruz to Spain with 1,000,000 pesos.

1707          Arrived to Brest and bougth a frigate with gold.

1707          Left Brest to Cadiz with the new frigate, scorted by 2 french warships.

1707/01/13 Entered at La Habana.

1707/09/28 Arrived to Cadiz.

1708          Arrived to La Habana to leave papers for the governor.

1708/05/28 Left Cadiz to Veracruz with 18 merchantmen, (5 french) and 6 french frigates.

1708/07     Arrived to Guarico.

1708/07     Captured Anna, Milla, Dragon, Galere, British's Sefo & Crist, from a

british convoy from Jamaica and brig British's Anne.

1708/08/03 Arrived to Veracruz.

1709/05/15 Left Veracruz with HMXMS Apolo, HMXMS Triton and 18 merchantmen.

1710          Left Cadiz back to Veracruz.

1710/01/20 Left La Habana to Cadiz with HMXMS Apolo, HMXMS Triton and 18 merchantmen.

1710/03/02 Arrived to Cadiz.

1710/10/12 Arrived to Veracruz.

1711          Arrived to Veracruz and is set to careen.

1711/01/29 Left Veracruz to Cadiz with 1,620,000 pesos, staying 8 days at La Habana.

1711/03/31 Arrived to Cadiz.

1711/08/03 Left Cadiz to Veracruz with 6 merchantmen.

1713/01/19 Left Veracruz with HMXMS Aguile and merchantmen, passing thru La Habana.

1713/05/30 Arrived to Cadiz.

1713/09/13 Left Cadiz for the blocking of Barcelona under Adm. Pintado's fleet.

1714          Blocking of Barcelona and waters off Catalunya.

1715/08/21 Left Cadiz to Veracruz with N S de Begonna & Principe de Asturias (Infante)

& 10 merchantmen.

1715/11/01 Arrived to Veracruz.

1716          Arrived to Cadiz.

1716/05/21 Left Veracruz to Cadiz.

1717/07/28 Left Cadiz to Veracruz with N S de Gracia & N S de Begonna.

1717/10/09 Arrived to Veracruz N S de Gracia & N S de Begonna.

1718/05/08 Left Veracruz with N S de Gracia & N S de Begonna.

1718/05/13 Arrived to La Habana with N S de Gracia & N S de Begonna.

1718/05/30 Left La Habana with N S de Gracia & N S de Begonna.

1718/08/16 Entered at Cadiz with N S de Gracia & N S de Begonna.

1719          The surviving ships get back to Santander.

1719/03      Entered at La Coruna to embark troops & reinforce the fleet with more ships.

1719/03      Entered at Santander to embark troops & reinforce the fleet with more ships.

1719/03      Entered at Pasajes to embark troops & reinforce the fleet with more ships.

1719/03/07  Left Cadiz with Hermione, Fidela & 20 transports for a disembark at Scotland.

1719/03/29  Suffered 12 days storm at Cape Finisterre, lossing many ships.

1719/12       Left Santander to Cadiz with San Jose (La Tolosa), Hermione & Fidela.

1719/12      Captured a british frigate at the Gulf of Viscay.

1719/12/21  Action vs. Admiral Cavendish's fleet of 3 warships near Cape Saint Vincent.

1720/01/02  Entered at Cadiz with San Jose (La Tolosa), Hermione & Fidela.

1720/07/31  Left Cadiz with San Jose (La Tolosa), Hermione & 16 merchantmen. 1

1724/07       Entered at Tenerife with San Jose (La Tolosa).

1724/07/13  Left Cadiz with San Jose (La Tolosa) to Veracruz carring 400 Tn. of quicksilver.

1724/08/13  Entered at Puerto Rico with San Jose (La Tolosa).

1724/08/23  Left Puerto Rico with San Jose (La Tolosa) to Veracruz.

1724/08/24  Sunk off Punta Jayan, Samana Bay, Dominican Republic, due to a hurrican.2

1724/08/25  500 men out of 600 crew & passangers survived.



Sources

https://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=12377

 

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                                THE ADMIRAL'S ACTION WEATHER REPORT

 

      In the Year of our Lord 2006, a decree was handed down at the General Membership Meeting from our most esteemed First Admiral, Boyce White. According to this decree, First Admiral White shared his tales and stories about how every time he tries to plan an extra-curricular activity for Krewe members, he has the almost supernatural ability to     have bad weather on the day of his events.

 

 

     As a result, the Website Committee has created this special page for Mr. White to help guide him in his event planning. While we ourselves can not predict the weather for Mr. White, hopefully the information on this page and God's Blessings will lead him to a successful, good weather filled event some day (in our lifetime).

 

We salute you Admiral White and Godspeed!!

FLOAT STORAGE LOCATION

Home of the

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe & San Jose

 

The parade float ships are stored at 719 South N Street. From the intersection of Pace Blvd. and Barrancas Ave

(Pensacola side of the Bayou Chico bridge), go North

on Pace, then take a right on Gimble Street. The Krewe

property is the first lot on the right, bordered by a

wooden privacy fence. Whether you're hanging out

during a float work party or getting ready for a 

parade, it never hurts to check the weather.

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