ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
GLENTANAR
Construction
WOOD
Type
SHIP
Date
1842
Description
Rig: SHIP
Yard Number: 123
Owner: Yule and Co.

Aberdeen Reigister of Ships (Aberdeen City Archives):
Registered Liverpool 6/4/1842
Registered Aberdeen 12/8/1843. One deck and a poop deck. 3 masts. Master George Brock. Male figurehead.
Subscribing owners - Thomas Blaikie, Plumber (11 shares), Alexander Anderson, Advocate (11), Robert Johnston, Merchant (10); all Aberdeen.
Other owners - William Adam, Advocate (11), Alexander Jopp (11), Henry Paterson, Banker (10), all Aberdeen.
29/6/1848: Whole vessel sold to Thomas Blaikie, Alexander Anderson, Robert Johnston, William Adam, Alexander Jopp as partners for behoof of the Bon Accord Company.
25/10/1849: Whole vessel sold to James Hyde, John Hodge and James Bartler Hyde, London, Merchants, Co-Partners trading as Hyde, Hodge and Company.
9/11/1849: Aberdeen registration cancelled. Vessel registered De Novo at London.

Lloyd's Register:
1843: Owners Yule and Co. Port belonging to Liverpool. Master Anderson. Destined voyage Aberdeen-Africa.
1847: Owners Johnstone. Port belonging to Aberdeen. Master Brock. Destined voyage London.
1850: Owners Hyde and Co. Port belonging to London. Master G. Taylor. Destined voyage London - Cape of Good Hope.
1851: Owners Hyde and Co. Master G. Taylor. Port belonging to and destined voyage blank.
1852: No reference.
Shipbuilder
A. HALL & Co., Aberdeen
Dimensions
length 130' x breadth 26' x depth 19'
Gross Tonnage: 610 burthen

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