ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
FAIRY QUEEN
Construction
WOOD
Type
BRIG
Date
1867
Official Number
56607
Description
Rig: BRIG

1 deck, 2 masts, brig rigged, round stern, carvel built, no gallery, full female figurehead

Owner:
John McLauchlan, Shipowner, 43 shares
Robert Stephen, Shipmaster, 21 shares

Source: Aberdeen Register of Shipping (Aberdeen City Archives)
Listed in Lloyd's Registers 1875-76

John McLauchlan sold 8/64 shares to John Cook.

Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 1880-81:
Owner J. J. Wallace, port of registry London, master D Evans, Net registered tonnage 261
Not listed in Lloyd's after 1881.

Dundee Courier 21/10/1873 : Fairy Queen, Brig, Stephen master, from Baltimore for Queenstown, spotted October 1st off Cape Henry

Glasgow Herald 12/3/1875: From Glasgow for Trinidad, Fine A1 Brig Fairy Queen, 249 tons Register, will have immediate despatch.

Aberdeen Weekly Journal 2/5/1879: Notice to creditors - Parties having claims against...Brig Fairy Queen [and other vessels], all of Aberdeen, of which John McLaughlan, shipowner etc. in Aberdeen was managing owner, are requested to lodge same with David Stewart, Advocate, Aberdeen, Agent of Trustees of said John McLaughlan.
Shipbuilder
HUMPHREY
Dimensions
length 119 9/12' x breadth 24 5/12' x depth 18 9/12'
Gross Tonnage: 249 ton

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