Master-Shipwright, Harwich Dockyard
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|Master-Shipwright, Harwich Dockyard|
Navy Board Flag
|Reports to||Resident Commissioner Harwich|
|Appointer||Board of Admiralty|
|Term length||Not fixed|
|Inaugural holder||Anthony Deane|
The Master-Shipwright, Harwich Dockyard was a Royal Navy appointment first created in 1664. The appointee was in charge of shipbuilding, ship repair, ship maintenance and management of the associated workforce at Harwich Dockyard until 1781.
- 1664-1668, Anthony Deane
- 1668-1677, Isaac Betts
- 1694-1695, Robert Shortis
- 1695-1698, Thomas Podd
- 1702 Jan-Nov, Benjamin Rosewell
- 1702-1705, John Lock
- 1705 Mar-Nov, Jacob Ackworth
- 1705-1706, Fisher Harding
- 1706-1709, John Poulter
- 1709-1711, John Naish
- 1711-1717, Paul Stigant
- 1753-1759, Robert Grassingham
- 1781, Edward Mackie
- Harrison, Simon (2010–2018). "Master Shipwright at Harwich Dockyard". threedecks.org. S. Harrison.
- The House of Commons, 1660-1690. Martlesham, Suffolk, England: Boydell & Brewer. 1983. ISBN 9780436192746.