Database

Winyah, near

Other names:

What:
*Captain Dean, Privateer snow Vengenance vs. Capt. Rogers Peace and Harmony, British brig, driven ashore, 28 Mar 1779 (JCP)

Where: 33.18723 -79.17346 Winyah, near

Maps: [map notes]

Sources:

  • E. Lee Spence, Shipwrecks of South Carolina and Georgia, "Spence's List 1520-1865", Sea Research Society, Sullivan's Island, SC, 1984, p.242,
    The brig Peace and Harmony [British], Captain Rogers, was drove ashore near Winyah, South Carolina, on March 28, 1779, and burned by the privateer snow Vengenance of New York, Captain Dean. A small sloop was in company with the privateer. (Note: This may have been the brig Peace and Harmony, Captain G. Kennedy, listed in Lloyd’s Register of Shipping for Underwriters for 1778. That brig was built in Boston in 1775 and was classed A-I for insurance purposes. She was single decked, 80 tons, and drew 9' of water.) [

  • NBBAS:Three Not found.
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  • RevWar75 RevWar75   Not found.

Related locations:
Winyah Bar, near,   (Snow/Notre Dame),  

Confidence level:: See above.