|Covid-19|HMS Wellesley was a Royal Navy school ship, formerly HMS Cornwall and renamed Wellesley in 1868.
HMS Wellesley, launched 1815, was a 72-gun third-rate ship of the line built at Bombay by the East India Company. Refitted as a training ship in 1868 and renamed HMS Cornwall. Sunk by enemy action, 1940.
HMS Wellesley was a Royal Navy Nautical Training School at Blyth, Northumberland.
HMS Wellesley Wikipedia
Two ships of the Royal Navy and one shore establishment have been named HMS Wellesley after Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.