ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
MARY & ANN
Construction
WOOD
Type
BARQUE
Date
1838
Description
Rig: BARQUE
Yard Number: 85
Owner: Captain Thomas Bruce

Port of Registry - Newcastle

1839: Master T. Bruce; Owner R. Huntly; Voyage Aberdeen-Leghorn
1840-41: Master Reynolds; Owner R. Huntly; Voyage London to Rio de Janeiro
1843-44: Master T. Bruce; Owner R. Huntly; Voyage Liverpool to Rio de Janeiro
1845: Master T. Bruce; Owner Derbyshire; Voyage Liverpool to Clyde
1846: No entry in Lloyd's Register, but 1847 entry says "damage repaired"
1847-48: Master Fisher; Owner J. Neill jr.; Voyage Liverpool to Trinidad
1849-50: Master W. Colville; Owner J. Neill jr.; Voyage Clyde to Trinidad
1851-52: Master G. Dempster; Owner J. Neill jr.; Voyage Clyde to Trinidad
1853: Master C. Bailey; Owner J. Neill jr.; Voyage Clyde to West Indies
1856: Master C. Gill; Owner F. Gauntlet (now described as a BRIG)
1857-58: Master R. McLean; Owner F. Gauntlet; now Registered at Portsmouth; Destined voyage to London
1859: Master Johnstone; Owner McLoone; Registered Donegal; Destined voyage Clyde to South America
1860: Master Johnstone; Owner McLoone; Destined voyage Donegal to Liverpool
1862: Master Easterway; Owner Pim & Co.; Destined voyage Youghal, Cork Coaster
1863: Master Easterway; Owner Pim & Co.; Destined voyage Youghal, Cork Coaster
1865: Master J. Goffer; Owner Pim & Co.; Destined voyage Cff(?) to Lisbon
1867: Master B. Easterway; Owner Pim & Co.; Destined voyage Cork to Quebec
1868: Master B. Easterway; Owner Pim & Co.; Destined voyage Youghal, Cork
1869: No entry in Register. Fate unknown.
(Source: Lloyd's Register of Shipping)
Shipbuilder
A. HALL & Co., Aberdeen
Dimensions
length 88'6" x breadth 22' x depth 6'
gross tonnage: 238 tons

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