HMS Growler (1841)
|Commissioned:||20 July 1841|
|Class and type:||Driver-class sloop|
HMS Growler was re-assigned to the West Africa Squadron in September 1844. The vessel was involved in a scheme to relocate liberated Africans from Sierra Leone to the Caribbean, arriving in Trinidad in December 1847. 150 men, 37 women and 254 children former captives survived the journey, although 45 Africans died on the journey.
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