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- The first Hector was a 22-gun ship sold in 1656.
- The second Hector was a 30-gun ship sold in 1657.
- The third Hector was a 22-gun ship sunk by the Dutch Navy in 1665.
- The fourth Hector was a 44-gun fourth-rate launched in 1703 and broken up in 1742.
- The fifth Hector was another 44-gun fourth-rate sold in 1762.
- The sixth Hector was cutter purchased in 1763 and sold in 1773.
- The seventh Hector was a 74-gun third-rate launched at Deptford in 1774 and converted to a prison ship in 1808.
- The eighth Hector was a 74-gun third-rate captured from France in April 1782 that foundered in October.
- The ninth Hector was the first ship of her class of iron steam propelled battleships and launched in 1862, and scrapped in 1905.
- The tenth Hector was a kite balloon ship operating in World War I, which served in the Dardanelles campaign (1915).
- The eleventh Hector was an armed merchant cruiser that served in World War II and was damaged beyond repair by Japanese aircraft in 1942.
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