George Anson, 1st Baron Anson

(flagship), , and the sloop "Tryal", plus the two store ships
* [ Biography of George Anson at]

External links

* [ Anson's Voyage Round the World] , by Richard Walter, 1901, from Project Gutenberg
* [ Portait by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1755]

NAME = Anson, George, 1st Baron Anson
SHORT DESCRIPTION = British admiral
DATE OF BIRTH = 23 April 1697
DATE OF DEATH = 6 June 1762

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