Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
1658 -- a master's mate1659 -- captain, the Wexford1660 -- captain, the Dolphin
T. Bayles, another master's mate, recommended him to Edward Mountagu.
Jowles appears in the diary once, on 31 March 1660.
A Henry Jowles and his wife, Rebecca, also appear in the diary later, but no relationship to this Jowles is mentioned in the Latham and Matthews edition.
-- L&M, Vols. 10 (Companion) & 11 (Index)
As the Wexford was named for one of Cromwell's victories, the Dolphin is likely the same ship renamed after the Restoration. For more info see the ship's own page:http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/602/
JOWLES, Valentine,—was appointed, in the year 1660, captain of the Dolphin; but does not appear to have had any command afterwards.---Biographia Navalis. J. Charnock, 1794.
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