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David Quidnunc   Link to this

Valentine Jowles

1658 -- a master's mate
1659 -- captain, the Wexford
1660 -- 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)

David Quidnunc   Link to this

Valentine Jowles

1658 -- a master's mate
1659 -- captain, the Wexford
1660 -- 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)

Emilio   Link to this

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/

Bill   Link to this

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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