Official No: 62155 Port Number and Year: - in Plymouth, 1870 (PH ?)
- in Milford, 1870
- in Dublin, c.1887 (D?)
Description: Wooden sailing smack; trawling.
Crew: 8 men
Registered at Milford: 1878?
Tonnage: - grt 34 net.
Length / breadth / depth (feet): - / - / -
As PH ?
1870: Edward Heath, Plymouth.
By 1878: F.B. Mason, The Baths, Tenby.
By 1884: James Dwerryhouse, 23 Buckingham Rd., Tuebrook, Liverpool.
By 1887: Edward Kelly, 3 Thorncastle St., Ringsend, Dublin.
By 1890: Peter Good, 48 Thorncastle St., Ringsend, Dublin.
Landed at Milford: Landed at Liverpool, 1885.
Skippers: William Daniels (02288); signed on and off at Liverpool 1 Jan and 31 Dec 1885.
Notes: May 1883: Abandoned 35 miles SSW of Hook Head (see below), but salvaged, brought back to service, and registered in Dublin.
[ Not listed under that name in the MNL 1893. ]
Cert. Cancelled & Milford Registry Closed: 1883?
Accidents and Incidents
The Times, Friday, May 11, 1883; pg. 11; Issue 30817; col G
Latest Shipping Intelligence. (From Lloyd's.), Wrecks And Casualties.
Category: Shipping News
wrecks and casualties
The Esmeralda, fishing trawler of Milford, landed at Dunmore East yesterday the crew of the Countess, trawler, of Milford, which vessel was abandoned 35 miles S.S.W. of Hook Tower, full of water.
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