Master-Shipwright, Woolwich Dockyard
|Master-Shipwright, Woolwich Dockyard|
Board of Admiralty Flag 19th to early 20th Century
|Appointer||Board of Admiralty|
|Term length||Not fixed|
The Master-Shipwright, Woolwich Dockyard was first a Navy Royal appointment first created in 1630, then later a Commonwealth Navy then Royal Navy appointment. The appointee was in charge of shipbuilding, ship repair, ship maintenance and management of the associated workforce at Woolwich Dockyard until 1866.
- Peter Pett, 1630–1652.
- Christopher Pett, 1652–1668.
- Jonas Shish, 1668–1675.
- Phineas Pett 1675–1678.
- Thomas Shish, 1678–1685.
- Joseph Lawrence, 1686–1696.
- Samuel Miller, 1699–1697.
- William Lee, 1700-1701.
- Joseph Allin, November-March 1705.
- Richard Stacey, 1705-1709.
- Jacob Acworth, 1709-1714.
- John Naish, 1714-1715.
- John Hayward, 1715-1741.
- John Holland, 1742-1745.
- Thomas Slade Thomas, May 1752-June 1752.
- Thomas Fellowes, 1746-1752.
- Adam Hayes, June 1752-February 1753.
- Edward Allin, March 1753-December 1755.
- Israel Pownoll, December 1755-May 1762.
- Joseph Harris, June 1762-May 1767.
- William Gray, July 1767-July 1773.
- Nicholas Phillipps, 1773-1778.
- George White, January-April 1779.
- John Jenner, April 1779-December 1782.
- Henry Peake, December 1782-November 1785.
- Martin Ware, December 1785-March 1787.
- William Rule, April-August 1790.
- John Nelson, March 1787-March 1790.
- John Tovery, 1793-1801.
- Edward Sison, 1801-1816.
- Henry Canham, April 1816-July 1826.
- Oliver Lang, 1826-1853.
- William M. Rice, 1853-1859
- George Turner, 1859-1866
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- Harrison, Simon (2010–2018). "Master Shipwright at Woolwich Dockyard". threedecks.org. S. Harrison. Re