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 Vessels Built on the Isles of Scilly

1786-1919    Part 2

All extracted from documents other than Shipping Registers.

Some verification with

Shipping Registers and the Appropriation Book may be necessary.

 

NAME /Reg/ON

masts TYPE

BUILD

DATE

LENGTH

BEAM

DEPTH

TONS

OWNERS  & NOTES / FATE

Presto

ON 28152 Scilly

Cutter

Thomas Edwards

1860

55

1866: 63

15

1866: 16.1

8.25

30

1866: 36.7

Francis Banfield & others;

John Banfield & others.

1866 Lengthened

25.3.1886 sold to Milford pilots

Minalto

ON 28153 Swansea

Barque

William Mumford

1861

-

-

-

215

W Mumford

Masters: Jenkins;

1864 E McDonald

Thomas Edwards

ON 28154  SL PVGT

Scilly

Brigantine

Thomas Edwards

1862

-

-

-

165

B Gruzelier,

Banfields & Thomas Edwards

Master B Gruzelier

Agnes Banfield

ON 47261  SL VMTJ

Scilly

Barque

Thomas Edwards

1863

139.65

28.3

18.3

491

Francis Banfield and others.

Master John Bastian

Foundered 15.6.1871 in the Straits of Sunda, on voyage Manilla to London

Maiden Bower

ON 47262  SL VMTQ

Scilly

Brigantine

John Edwards

1863

84.5

21.1

12.7

140

James Phillips & Co, S Wallis & I Legg.

Master S Wallis (of Penzance)

Edmund

ON 47264 Scilly

Dandy Rig

Smack

Coasting

John Edwards

1864

-

-

-

59t

brthn 100

Tobias Legg, Wm Chas T Mumford.

Master Tobias legg

Edith Banfield

ON 53198  SL HGDC

Scilly

Barque

Thomas Edwards

1865

122.3

26.7

17

390

Francis Banfield & Wm E Michell;

Master William E Michell.

Lost with all hands and ship 1870

en route Sydney to Shanghai

Emma

ON 53299 Scilly

Dandy

Ketch

Thomas Edwards

1866

-

-

-

70

Peter Pender (Master)

Lost 1.2.1873  Wexford Harbour

Atlantic

Cutter

William Mumford Gluyas

1868

-

-

-

39

-

Herbert Graham

Barque

Thomas Edwards

1869

-

-

-

338

Master : James

David Auterson

ON 59220

SL JRTP

London; later Scilly?

Barque

Barquentine

Thomas & John Edwards

1870

106.8

24.1

15.6

256nrt

265 grt

David Auterson, Webber & Co.

Masters: J Webber; 1871 Francis Nance;

1872 Zacharias Hicks;

1875 E Wardropper; 1878 J Tevlon;

1880 J May.

Lost Pernambuco 13.4.1884

Gem

ON 58223 St Agnes IOS

Cutter

Thomas Edwards

1875

58.3

16.3

8.5

36

John Banfield and others.

Sold Shoreham (Walter Eade) 16.7.1883

Tfr to Guernsey CI;

Trinity House cutter Nr1;

Sold to Southampton.

Rosevear

ON 58225  SL RDCM

Scilly

Brigantine

William Mumford Gluyas

1878

-

-

-

177

Masters: Samuel Downing Tiddy;

Moses Parsons.

Lost winter 1893, on route

Trapani to Newfoundland

Gleaner

ON 79111 Scilly

Brigantine

Thomas Edwards

1878

-

-

-

179 grt

300 brthn

Master : Edwin Jenkins

Dash

Registered Tresco

Cutter

Scilly

1835

-

-

-

16

Richard Prideaux,

Charles Lakey and others.

Masters: William Pender;

Richard Prideaux.

Ship Replaced in 1848.

Industry

Cutter

Scilly

1828

34.3

12.75

6.8

21.55

Thomas Pender and others.

Master John Jenkins.

1848 Sold to St Mary’s pilots.

15.12.1859 broken up.

Agnes

Barque

Scilly

1844

-

-

-

-

Master Abraham Humphrey

Bertha

ON 8449

Schooner

William Mumford

1836

-

-

-

77

Squire Davis & Mr Weymouth

Master John Watts

Lyonesse

Nr 8 Scilly

Sailing Packet

Thomas Edwards

1841

-

-

-

-

-

Evening Star

Sloop

Scilly

1786

-

-

-

-

Master Tregarthen (1805)

Mayflower

Sloop

St Mary’s, Scilly

1794

-

-

-

29

Master 1807 James Crocker

Lost with all hands near Scilly 1807

Hope

Sloop

Tresco, Scilly

1802

-

-

-

-

Foundered 27.9.1830 on her way from St Mary’s to Tresco, overloaded.

Active

Cutter

Pilot

Scilly

1849

 

 

 

 

Master William Pender

Atlantic

Nr 5 Scilly

Cutter

Scilly

1861

-

-

-

-

-

Sunrise

Steam Launch

26hp

Leonard Hicks,

Porthcressa

1919

-

-

-

-

Dorrien Smith family, Tresco.

Out of service by 1950.

Britton

Reg Falmouth

1822-1877 London

Snow

2m, trysail

Barnet & F Banfield

1817

42.4

68.5

12.5

21

6.7

10.8

129

W Britto & W Lugg;

1820 Campion; 1827 J Rudall.

Master 1829 Campion.

Renamed Briton 1829.

1843 Lengthened.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raymond Forward

 

With thanks to Roger Banfield

of the

Isles of Scilly Museum