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Register entry for the Countess of Seafield

FROM P181 OF THE STOCKTON SHIPPING REGISTER IN MIDDLESBROUGH ARCHIVES

No 12/1852 PORT OF STOCKTON

OFF No 26507 FEB 25 1852

COUNTESS OF SEAFIELD 492 32/100 TONS BURTHEN

ADDISON BROWN OF STAITHES IN THE COUNTY OF YORK-MASTER

BUILT AT SOUTH STOCKTON IN THE COUNTY OF YORK IN THE PRESENT YEAR AS APPEARS BY THE CERTIFICATE OF WILLIAM TURNBULL & CO., THE BUILDERS DATED 23rd FEB 1852 JAMES NICHOL TIDE SURVEYOR AT THIS PORT

ONE DECK - HALF POOP - TOP GALLANT FORECASTLE, 3 MASTS THAT HER LENGTH FROM THE INNER PART OF THE MAIN STEM TO THE FORE PART OF STEM ALOFT IS 120 FEET 6 TENTHS, HER BREADTH IN MIDSHIPS IS 25 FEET ONE TENTH, HER DEPTH IN HOLD AT MIDSHIPS IS 19 FEET ONE TENTH, THAT THE FRAMEWORK & PLANKING IS WOOD & THAT SHE IS A SAILING VESSEL.

BARQUE RIGGED WITH A STANDING BOWSPRIT, SQUARE STERNED, CARVEL BUILT, SHAM QUARTER GALLERIES AND FULL FEMALE FIGUREHEAD

ADMEASURED UNDER THE ACT 8 & 9 VICTORIA CAP 89

& 12 & 13 VICTORIA CAP 29.

SUBSCRIBING OWNERS

ADDISON BROWN OF REDCAR IN THE COUNTY OF YORK, SHIPOWNER,

64 SHARES

CUSTOM HOUSE LONDON MAY 11th 1854

JOSEPH HAMSHAW ENDORSED MASTER

REGISTRY CANCELLED ON VESSEL BEING REGISTERED DE NOVO AT LONDON JUNE 5 1861

H RODD, REGISTRAR

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