C1860

The Death of Captain Faulknor

Artist:

Thomas Stothard

Engaged with the French on 4 January 1795, the Blanche ‘s crew discovered the French frigate Pique off Pointe � Pitre, Guadeloupe. Faulknor was wounded, but not fatally, and continued to direct the action until killed by two more musket … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

The Death of Captain Faulknor

Date:

C1860

Artist:

Thomas Stothard

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200mm 
x 150mm
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The Death of Captain Faulknor - Antique Print from 1860

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dated:

1860

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Engaged with the French on 4 January 1795, the Blanche ‘s crew discovered the French frigate Pique off Pointe � Pitre, Guadeloupe. Faulknor was wounded, but not fatally, and continued to direct the action until killed by two more musket shot, and Lieutenant Frederick Watkins took over command. Two hours later the Pique surrendered. Faulknor was buried the day after his death on the Isles des Saintes and, following news of his death, he was commemorated with a memorial in St Paul’s Cathedral, London.

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