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Admiralty Of Friesland - History - Second Anglo-Dutch War
... Groeningen, Prinses Albertine, d'Elf Steden, Westergo, Omlandia, Frisia, De Postillon van Smirna, Hollandia, and Oostergo finally sailed, with a combined crew of 2279 sailors and 700 cannon ... of the Frisian fleet by Tjerk Hiddes ... In 1666, while Lieutenant-Admiral Michiel de Ruyter was supreme commander of the rebuilt and expanded Dutch fleet, Frisian ships were present at the Four Days Battle near Dunkirk ...
Battle Of Camperdown - Battle - Battle of The Vanguards
... There the combat was centred around the two flagships, Duncan's Venerable engaging De Winter's Vrijheid 18 minutes after Monarch broke the line to the south ... Burges killed, under the combined fire of De Winter's flagship and the next ship ahead Admiraal Tjerk Hiddes De Vries ... Wassenaar and opening a heavy fire while Bedford attacked Admiraal Tjerk Hiddes De Vries and Hercules ...
Tjerk Hiddes De Vries - After His Death
... Tjerk Hiddes is buried in the Grote Kerk of Harlingen his grave memorial has been destroyed ... Four days after his death his son Tjerk Hiddes the Younger was born, who shortly after his birth was promised a future captain's commission by the admiralty to honour the ... Tjerk junior would indeed become a naval captain ...