ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
JOHN GARROW
Construction
IRON
Type
SHIP
Date
1840
Description
Built at Aberdeen by John Vernon & Sons, Aberdeen in 1840.
Owner: Anderson, Garrow & Co., Liverpool

Registered in Liverpool.
Rigged with standing bowsprit, square stemmed, no galleries and male figurehead. Owned by John Anderson, William Garrow, Alexander Smith and Thomas Irvine, all of Liverpool, trading as Anderson, Garrow & Co.

1840: Master Frederick Wilson; Owned by Cannon & Co, Liverpool; Sailing Aberdeen to New Orleans.
1841-1844: Master Anderson; Sailing Aberdeen to Bombay.
1845: Master E. Devey; Owner Mather; Registered Liverpool; Voyage Liverpool - New York.
1847-1849: Master Thomson; Sailing London to New Orleans
1847: Listed in New Orleans Picayune newspaper as follows:
'John Garrow, Ship, British. Capt. Thomson, Liverpool, Sept 27- New Orleans, Nov 15'.
1851-1853: Master M Hamilton.
1856: Master J Dyer; Owned by J Robinson.
7 December 1856: Abandoned at sea.

Shipbuilder
John Vernon
Dimensions
length 130' 1" x breadth 30' x depth 19' 6"
gross tonnage 555 tons

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