“Cold Clay”

Wollaston Hall, Stourbridge, Edward Wheeler’s childhood home
Harbours of Port Royal and Kingston, Jamaica 1756
HMS Isis © Royal Museums Greenwich
A Royal Navy Fourth Rate Ship of the Line by Thomas Buttersworth — this is from a later date and the gun configuration is not quite the same as on HMS Isis, but gives some impression of the appearance of that ship under sail
Will of Edward Wheeler Captain of his Majestys Ship the Isis 31 May 1760 — UK National Archives PROB 11/866/14
1798 map of Morocco, showing both Gibraltar and the straits of Gibraltar and the Capo de tres Forcas on the northern coast (referred to in Edward Wheeler’s day as the Barbary Coast)
The last land seen by Captain Edward Wheeler before his death on 1 April 1761 — Gibraltar as drawn (probably by the master of HMS Isis) in the ship’s Remark Book in 1761 — UK National Archives ADM 346/13/18
1771 Memorial inscription for Captain Edward Wheeler at Gibraltar, composed by John Jervis, Admiral Earl St Vincent

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English barrister & mediator — specialising in disputed succession & decision-making for people who lack mental capacity

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