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Reference DCrew
Covering dates 1863 - 1913
Held by Southampton Archives Services
Creators General Register and Record Office of Seamen, 1835-1872; Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen, 1872-1992
Arrangement The documents are stored by year in numerical sequence of registered number, as they were received, and have not been rearranged under the names of individual ships. For some of the cross-Channel and Isle of Wight passenger ferries, the practice was adopted at certain dates of making one return for all the ships of the company; when this has occurred, the ship names have been cross-referenced.
Related information ALGERIA Reg No 56132
(see BELLA DONNA)
ALLAH KARIM Reg No 131767
(see ELIZABETH)
ALLEMANNIA Reg No 84105
(see OXENHOLME)
ANACONDA Reg No 92048
(see MAID MARIAN)
ANTELOPE Reg No 68577
(see VERA)
AQUILA Reg No 51132
(see MINNIE)
ARCADIAN Reg No 110613
(see ORTONA)
ARCADIAN Reg No 124669
(see ASTURIAS)
ASTEROID Reg No 92036
(see ASTRAEA)
AUGUSTA Reg No 67130
(see HECATE)
AYACANORA Reg No 56138
(see FENELLA)
BISON Reg No 63831
See BELIZE
BLADWORTH Reg No 65237
See ESSEQUIBO
BREIS-IZEL Reg No 104122
See ASPHODEL
BROWNIE Reg No 44908
See SILVER FISH
CARMARTHENSHIRE Reg No 98863
See GAUL
CAROLINE Reg No 84262
See ZINAIDA
CASTANET Reg No 97209
See EUPHRONE
CHALEUR Reg No 98863
See GAUL
CHIGNECTO Reg No 98870
See GREEK
CHINA Reg No 68836
See ZENOBIA
CHIONE Reg No 110263
See MOONBEAM
CHIQUITA Reg No 76849
See MAY QUEEN
COBEQUID Reg No 98866
See GOTH
CORCOUADO Reg No 69227
(See DON)
DANE Reg No 63614
(See AUSTRALIA)
DE REYTER Reg No 68443
(See LARNE)
DOUGLAS Reg No 94515
(see DORA)
DRAGON Reg No 97735 (see VOLATILE)
ENIGMA Reg No 82418
(see ALPHA BETA)
FALAISE Reg No 110253
(see SEA BELLE)
FIDRA Reg No 105,513
(see CARIAD)
FLORENCE Reg No 76831
(see NORE)
GENERAL HAVELOCK Reg No 104354
(see KENNET)
GLENGORM CASTLE, Reg No 109290
(see GERMAN)
GLENARTNEY Reg No 60927
(see TEUTON)
GODDESS Reg No 98463
(see FANTOME)
GUDRUDA Reg No 98463
(see FANTOME)
HELENE Reg No 120,397
(see ADUR)
HERMINIUS Reg No 131795
(see WAIMANA)
HOGARTH Reg No 70456
(see CALEDONIA)
ILIONA Reg No 86,604
(see RHODORA)
IRENE Reg No 92040
(see BELTA)
ILIONA Reg No 93187
(see CASSANDRA)
JASON Reg No 119740
(see PORTIA)
JOY BELL III Reg No 92039
(see ALBERT EDWARD)
JUAN Reg No 49894
(see GALILEO)
JUNO Reg No 104543
(see ARNO)
KAIKOURA Reg No 54619
(see TIBER)
KATOOMBA Reg No 86604
(see RHODORA)
KELPIE Reg No 47977
(see STORM BIRD)
KYALAM Reg No 47982
(see NIOBE)
LADYE MAISRY Reg No 104033
(see WINTONIA)
LADY MARIETTE Reg No 92036
(see ASTRAEA)
LA PLATA Reg No 82428
(see MOOR)
LEOPOLD II Reg No 68386
(see MINHO)
LIZZIE Reg No 56140
(see LIL)
LONDON CITY Reg No 106,000
(see SUSQUEHANNA)
LORD BYRON Reg No 98849
(see IMOGEN)
LORNA Reg No 68577
(see VERA)
LOTUS Reg No 49894
(see JUBILEE)
MADRENA Reg No 92031
(see MARY)
MAFALDA Reg No 105,503
(see MYRTLE)
MALIKAH Reg No 94352
(see Fleur de LYS)
MARGUERITE Reg No 86,604
(see RHODORA)
MARJORIE Reg No 93780
(see SABINE)
MEKONG Reg No 119732
(see MAUND)
MINNESOTA Reg No 68007
(see DEE)
MIRABEL Reg No 16623
(see SIBYL)
MONARINA Reg No 85817
(see WILD ROSE)
MONSOON Reg No 72362
(see GLOW WORM)
MORAWEL Reg No 114582
(see CORONET)
MOUNT SEPHAR Reg No 106,000
(see SUSQUEHANNA)
MOUSE Reg No 51132
(see MINNIE)
NERISSA Reg No 97653
(see CECILIA)
NITA Reg No 106910
(see ANEMONE)
NIXIE Reg No 72352
(see LAVEROCK)
NORA Reg No 94507
(see HIAWATHA)
NORFOLK Reg No 81588
(see LA PLATA)
NORFOLK Reg No 92965
(see YARE)
NORSEMAN Reg No 70980
(see SEA BELLE)
ONEAGH Reg No 71891
(see DOLORES)
PEMBROKESHIRE Reg No 98870
(see GREEK)
PUNO Reg No 69255
(see PARA)
ROMAN Reg No 63553
(see NILE)
ROSALIND Reg No 109281
(see GRAND DUCHESS)
ROSENEATH Reg No 109282
(see STRATHERICK)
ROSENEATH Reg No 113947
(see SUNSHINE)
RUAHINE Reg No 52749
(see LIFFEY)
SABOR Reg No 98863
(see GAUL)
SAINT Reg No 70980
(see SEA BELLE)
SANGUIDA Reg No 97220
(see MONARA)
SANTIAGO Reg No 68404
(see MONDEGO)
SEA QUEEN Reg No 82318
(see NEMESIS)
SEA QUEEN Reg No 90408
(see CARMEN)
SEGURA Reg No 98870
(see GREEK)
SIRIUS Reg No 93429
(see KEMPION)
SNEYD Reg No 62240
(see ITCHEN)
SUNFLOWER Reg No 109279
(see GARLAND)
TAMAR Reg No 112630
(see DENBIGHSHIRE)
TYNE Reg No 115893
(see MONMOUTHSHIRE)
ULNA Reg No 114552
(see CRESTA)
VANCOUVER Reg No 68519
(see TAMAR)
VASCO DA GAMA Reg No 68484
(see TRENT)
VERA Reg No 71891
(see DOLORES)
VIKING Reg No 82428
(see MOOR)
VIXEN Reg No 72352
(see LAVEROCK)
WALRUS Reg No 72359
(see QUEEN OF PALMYRA)
WATER LILY Reg No 72362
(see GLOW WORM)
WAVERLEY Reg No 70980
(see SEA BELLE)
WESTOE Reg No 110253
(see SEA BELLE)
YLGA Reg No 44903
(see PILGRIM)
ZULU Reg No 99056
(see MARIMA)

Contents:
These records consist of the Crew Lists and Ships' Agreements, with some Official (Crew) Log Books, which were required by law to be sent to the Registrar of Shipping and Seamen for ships registered in the United Kingdom. Vessels engaged in coastal or cross-Channel trade made a return half-yearly, while ships going to more distant ports completed an agreement for each voyage. These agreements and crew lists usually include such information as the destination of the ship and the names of individual crew members with age, rank, place of birth, former ship and wage. The Official Log is not the full ship's log, but only a record of certain incidents relating to the crew and sometimes to passengers, such as deaths on board, which had to be reported to the Registrar.
When the documents were made available by the Public Record Office in 1966, this office asked for the records of ships in three categories. The first, and by far the largest, consists of ships registered in Southampton. Secondly, we claimed vessels which had been built in Southampton and, thirdly, ships which mainly used this port, especially the passenger liners which were so important to Southampton but few of which were registered here. In the first category, the attempt was made to obtain all available records except for those of vessels known to be yachts under 40 tons or dumb barges. In the second and third categories, the ships had first to be identified, and these sections are by no means comprehensive; in any case, we could only have the documents if they were not required by the port of registry.
The primary purpose of this list is to provide the names of ships for which crew lists and agreements are deposited in the Southampton Record Office, with the dates and number of items. The additional information given here was gathered partly from the original registration of the vessels, but mainly from the documents themselves. Users should note that the particulars of Owners, Masters and Voyages have been extracted by a number of different people, most of them inexperienced in this work, and it has not been possible to check more than obvious discrepancies. It must be emphasised, therefore, that these details should be used with caution. It is planned to make at a later date an index of Owners and Masters.
The number of items entered for each year is the number of documents, not of complete returns. In some cases there may be only a single sheet recording the release of a crew member; on the other hand, in later years, several documents sometimes make up one crew list. The entry "NA" indicates that the relevant box was not available, so there is a good chance that the documents exist and are held elsewhere, probably among those retained by the Public Record Office and the National Maritime Museum. No lists were available for certain notable ships, or for years ending in 5, eg. 1875.
Some indication has been given of voyages made by the vessels. The amount of information in the documents varies greatly. For long distance voyages, the authorised destination is often given in the most general terms and the only clues lie in entries made at various ports of call. Coastal vessels sometimes give a detailed schedule of calls but at others only a general description. No attempt has been made to indicate whether the information covers the whole year, though this can sometimes be deduced.
Ships of larger Companies included in Crew Lists (and a few local companies with several ships)
P & O Co.
Ancona
Australia
Avoca
Bangalore
Baroda
Bokhara
Candia
Cathay
Ceylon
China
Deccan
Delhi
Delta
Dessouk
Ellora
Euxine
Geelong
Gwalior
Hindostan
Hydaspes
Indus (2)
Ksahgar
Khedive
Khiva
Lombardy
Malacca
Malwa
Massilia
Mirzapore
Mongolia
Mooltan
Nepaul
Niphon
Nizam
Nubia
Pekin
Pera
Peshawar
Plassy
Poonah
Ripon
Simla
Sumatra
Sunda
Surat
Tanjore
Teheran
Travancore
Union
Valetta
Vectis
Venetia
Verona
Zambesi
ROYAL MAIL CO.
Agadir
Arlanza
Arno (2)
Arzila
Asturias
Atrato (2)
Avon (3)
Belize
Boyne
Carona
Catalina
Clyde (2)
Conway (2)
Corsica
Cobequid
Danube (2)
Dee (2)
Denbigh
Derwent (2)
Douro
Ebro (2)
Eider (2)
Elbe
Essequibo
Flintshire
Guadiana
Humber
Kennet
La Plata (4)
Larne
Liffey
Magdalena
Marima
Medway
Mersey
Minho (2)
Mondego
Monmouthshire
Moselle
Nevaa
Nile (2)
Oneida
Orinoco
Oroya
Ortona
Oruba
Para
Parana
Rhone
Seine
Severn (2)
Shannon
Solent (2)
Spey
Tagus (2)
Tamar (4)
Tasmanian
Tees
Teviot
Thames (2)
Tibet
Trent (2)
Tyne (4)
Una
Wear
Wye
Yare
UNION CASTLE CO. (and Union Co.)
African (2)
Alnwick Castle
American
Anglian (2)
Armadale Castle
Aros Castle
Asiatic
Athenian
Athens
Balmoral Castle
Basuto
Berwick Castle
Briton (2)
Cambrian
Carnarvon
Cawdor Castle
Celt (2)
Cluny Castle
Comrie Castle
Corfe Castle
Dane (2)
Dover Castle
Dunluce Castle
Dunottar Castle
Durban
Durham Castle
Edinburgh Castle
Europe
Gaika
Galeka
Gascon
Gaul
Garth Castle
German (2)
(Glengorm Castle)
Gloucester Castle
Gordon Castle
Goth (Cobequid)
Grantully Castle
Greek
Guelph
Guildford Castle
Hansa
Kaffir
Kenilworth Castle
Kildonan Castle
Kinfauns Castle
Mauritius
Mexican
Moor
Namaqua
Natal (2)
Newark Castle
Norman (2)
Norseman (2)
Northam
Nubian
Nyanza
Pretoria
Roman
Saxon (2)
Scot
Spartan
Susquehanna
Syria
Tartar
Teuton
Titan
Trojan
Tyrian
Union
Walmer Castle
York Castle
Zulu (2)
CUNARD CO.
Andania, Ascania, Ausonia
WHITE STAR CO.
Majestic, Teutonic
LAMPORT AND HOLT. CO.
Galileo, Vandyke, Vauban
SHAW SAVILL CO.
Anazi
Aotea
Arawa
Bebington
Elizabeth Graham
Forfarshire
Glenlora
Golden Sea
Halcione
Helen Denny
Hermione
Himalaya
Hudson
Karamiea
Kumara
Lady Jocelyn
Langstone
Lutterworth
Mamari
Maori (2)
Matatua
Merope
Northumberland
Pakeha
Pleiades
Pleione
St. Leonards
Soukar
Tokomaru
Trevelyan
Wairiana
Waimana
RANSOM (later Dible)
Belvidere
Charles Napier
Chin Yang
Cross House
Fonthill
Fortunate
Gleaner
Hannah Ransom
Hawthorn
Honduras
James Hull
J.H. Ransom
Kenneth Victor
Lady Heathcote
Lady Hulse
Louisa Malcolm
Mary Block
May Hulse
Primrose
Reaper
Ridesdale
Sauvegarde
SCOVELL
Active
Ann
Comet
Ellen
Comet
Ellen
Jane
Margaret
Maria
Mary Ann
Pearl
Providence
Ravinala
Result
Secret
Star
Zebedee
Uzziel
AGIUS
Adur, Beaulieu, Frederick, Test
SO'TON STEAM TOWING CO.
Aid, Alexandra, Phoenix, Sovereign
JAMES DREDGING CO. (R.E.V. James)
Coronet
Foam
Norah James
Weymouth
HYTHE CO.
Frederica (2)
Hotspur
Hampton
LONDON & S.W. RAILWAY COMPANY
Alderney
Alice
Alliance
Alma
Atalanta (2)
Brittany
Caesaraea
Caledonia
Cherbourg
Diana
Dispatch
Dora
Dumfries
Ella
Fannie
Frederica
Granville
Griffin
Guernsey
Havre
Hilda
Honfleur
Laura
Lydia
Lymington
Maria
Mayflower
Normandy
Princess Ena
St. Malo
Solent
Southampton
South Western
Stella
Waverley
Wolf
Wonder
Victoria
RED FUNNEL CO.
Ajax (tug)
Albert Edward
Alexandra
Bournemouth Queen
Carisbrooke
Emerald
Gem
Hector (tug)
Hercules (tug)
Her Majesty
Lady of the Lake
Lord Elgin
Lord of the Isles
Lorna Doone
Medina
Neptune (2) (tug)
Pearl
Prince Leopold
Prince of Wales
Princess Helena
Princess Louise
Princess Mary
Princess Royal
Queen
Ruby
Sapphire
Solent Queen
Southampton
Stirling Castle
Vectis
Vulcan
PILOT VESSELS
A4) Active
A5)
D7 Daring
D14 Deerhound
E14 Ela
F9 and 10 Fawn
I11 Iris
J11 Jessica
M56 Minnie
Q5 Querida
S40 and 41 Skipjack
S49 Solent
When requesting crew lists please quote the reference number and the year of the crew list required



ACASTA Reg No 62216  DCrew/62216  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, 1889
Built Sarisbury 1869 by John Moody
Sail, yacht
10 tons (1887-15)
Crew lists: 1887 (for 1886) -1
Owner: Denis Clark, Botley
Master: James Croucher, Bursledon
Voyages: Jan-June 1886 cruising in English Channel not West of Weymouth, round the Isle of Wight and fishing in Southampton Waters

ACORN Reg No 13,236  DCrew/13,236  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1850
Sail
39 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-NA, 1872-2, 1873-1,............... 1892-1
Owners: Edward Jarvis of Market Street, Poole (later Church Street, and 1867 Skinner Street, Poole)
Master: 1863-67 Edward Jarvis; 1868-70 John Bloomfield, Quay, Poole; 1872-3 and 1892 Thos. Collingwood, Poole
Voyages: 1863-67 engaged in flour trade from Poole to Truro; 1868 to 1870 voyages from Poole to Falmouth in flour trade; 1872 Poole to Porthlevan to London, grain, ballast, clay; 1873 Poole to London to Yarmouth to Poole to London to Yarmouth to Poole to London to Poole; 1892 laid up in Cowes, stuck in the mud

ACTIVE Reg No 7879  DCrew/7879  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
Sail
33 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-2
Owner: Robert Scovell of Hamble
Masters: 1863-64 Joseph Dove, Hamble; 1866-78 James Cooper, Hamble; 1880-82 John Cooper
Voyages: 1863-1880 employed wholely in fishing trade; 1882 laid up

ACTIVE Reg No 45300  DCrew/45300  No Date

Contents:
Reg. 1875 transferred from Colchester; reregistered 1885
Built 1862 at East Danyland, Essex
Sail, 1885 converted to steam, screw
19 tons (1885-3 net, 19 gross)
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-NA, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-2,......... 1886-1, 1887-2
Owner: 1876-86 Robert Seward Pearce and G.W. Gubbs; 1887 Mr Andrews
Master: 1876-87 Rob. S. Pearce, 2 Andersons Terrace (1882 14 Andersons Road)
Voyages: 1876-86 Pilot service in Southampton water; 1887 towing ships in Southampton water transferred to Newport, Mon 1888

ACTIVE Reg No 86329  DCrew/86329  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, transferred to Cardiff 1909
Built at Southampton by W.S. Luke, Itchen Ferry
Sail
27 tons
Crew lists: 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-NA, 1889-3, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-NA, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-NA, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-1
Owner: Robert Seward Pearce, Terminus Terrace, Southampton
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1883-1906 employed in the pilot service of the Southampton District

ADELA Reg No 114585  DCrew/114585  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903; again 1920
Built Southampton by Jay & Co. LTD
Sail, yacht
130 tons
Crew lists: 1903 (1)
Master: 1903 William Wilkes
Owner: 1903 Claude Cayley esq., Huntleys, Tunbridge Wells
Voyages: 1903 Yachting Cruise & Baltic

ADELAIDE Reg No 25656  DCrew/25656  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, transferred to Portsmouth 1875
Built 1833 at Brixham
Sail
73 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-NA, 1868-2, 1869-1, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2,
Owner: William Hinks, 10 Nelson Place, Lymington (1868 at 4 Captains Row, Lymington)
Master: 1863 John Lewis; 1864 David Batts, Pennington Village, Lymington; 1866 Charles King, Ashley near Lymington; 1868 John Mant, Solent Baths, Lymington; George Cains, Southampton; 1869-74 Charles King, Milford on Sea (later at Ashley near Lymington)
Voyages: 1863 coastal trading, mainly coal; 1864 Lymington - Swansea - Sunderland - Hartlepool - Newcastle - Le Havre mainly coal; 1866 Southampton, Fecamp - Southampton - Fecamp - Neath - Lymington - Cardiff - Langston - Lymington - Cardiff - Dartmouth - Briton Ferry - Dartmouth - Southampton - Lymington - Briton Ferry - Southampton, mainly coal; 1868 Briton Ferry to Lymington and back; 1869 carrying between Southampton, Lymington, Bristol, Llanelly; 1870 carrying coals and ballast between South coast ports and Llanelly, Cardiff, Swansea, Sunderland; 1871 coal, iron ore and ballast to Cardiff, Dartmouth, Porthcawl, Lymington, Briton Ferry, Totnes, Port Talbot and Llanelly; 1872 Lymington - Plymouth - Llanelly - Lymington - Cardiff - Falmouth - cargo of iron ore and pitwood to Porthcawl - Plymouth (coals) - Newport - Plymouth to Lymington (50 tons of Limestone) - laid up from 23 Oct. 1872; 1873 Jan. 1 - 15 March laid up; Lymington - Cardiff (pitwood) - Dartmouth (coal) - Kidwelly (timber) - Neath - Par (coal) - Newport (iron ore) - Plymouth (coal) - Newport - Plymouth (coke) - Porthcawl (iron ore) - Lymington (coal); laid up from Oct. 1873, 1874 similar voyages to 1873; laid up for sale from 4 Sept.

ADELINE Reg No 72342  DCrew/72342  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built 1874 at Troon by Troon Ship Building Company
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 105 net, 180 gross
Crew lists: 1877-1, 1878-0, 1879-0, 1880-1, 1881-NA, 1882-0
Owner: 1875 Carl de Lalban, Buckhurst, Sussex; 1880 Earl Delaware, 60 Grosvenor Street, London
Master: 1877 David Small; 1880 Thos. Davis, Freemantle
Voyages: 1877 laid up in Clyde; 1880 Southampton to Mediterranean and Black Seas
Sold to Admiralty 1882, registration cancelled 1885

ADUR (formerly HELENE) Reg No 120397  DCrew/120397  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1907, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1877 at Jarrow
Steam, twin screw, tug
Reg. tons 19 net, 56 gross
Crew lists: 1908-2, 1909-1, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1907 E.T. Agius & Co., Southampton Ltd; 1908-1913 J.J. Bayford
Master: 1908-9 William Pointer; 1910 J.J. Bayford; 1911-13 Alfred Webb
Voyages: 1908 Southampton to Portsmouth; 1909 used as a tug boat in Southampton water; 1910 laid up in Southampton; 1911-1913 tugboat
Converted to dumb barge 1928

ADVENT Reg No 76836  DCrew/76836  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877, sold foreign 1878; reregistered 1892
Built by W.S. Luke in Southampton
Sail
52 tons
Crew lists: 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-2
Owner: 1893 Walter Beavis, 83 High Street, Southampton; 1894-1904 H.G.W. Beavis or Haddon and Beavis, 83 High Street, Southampton
Master: 1893 George Duval, Anderson Road, Southampton and Robert Kimber, Freemantle, Millbrook; 1894-1901 Robert Kimber, Millbrook (1897 of Eling); 1902 J. Rainsley, Threefield Lane, Southampton; 1903 George Yeates, Charlotte Street, Southampton; 1903-4 Henry Yeates, Charlotte Street
Voyages: 1893-1901 trading inside Isle of Wight; 1902-4 Lightering inside Isle of Wight
Converted to lighter 1902

AFRICAN Reg No 68814  DCrew/68814  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built 1872 Kirkcaldy by John Rey
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1258 net, 2019 gross
Crew lists: 1873-6, 1874-7, 1876-3, 1877-4, 1878-5, 1879-2, 1880-3, 1881-2, 1882-4, 1883-5, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-1
Owner: 1873-84 Union Steam Ship Co; 1886-7 F. Stumore & Co., London
Master: 1873 F.A. Coathupe, Fred Diver, W.R. Dixon; 1874 Edward George Baynton; 1876-8 George Larmer; 1877 H. Ballard; 1878-84 William Caius Crutchley; 1880 R.A. Leigh; 1886 J. Smyth; 1887 H. Pursse, Jeddah
Voyages: 1873-1884 Cape Mail service (Southampton to East London); 1886 London - Cardiff - Port Said - Jeddah - Port Suakim - Muscat - Basrah - Bushire - Jeddah - Basrah - Bushire - Muscat - Port Said - London; 1887 to Port Said
Ship lost 1887

AFRICAN Reg No 92034  DCrew/92034  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886
Built Middlesborough by Raylton, Dixon & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 886 net, 1372 gross
Crew lists: 1886-1, 1887-1,...... 1892-2, 1893-4
Owners: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd
Masters: 1886-87 W.H. Smyth, Amberley Villa, Spring Road, Southampton; 1892-3 A.E. Jones
Voyages: Cape mail service
Registration transferred to Liverpool 1893

AGADIR Reg No 124092  DCrew/124092  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1907
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1685 net, 2732 gross
Crew lists: 1909 -13, 1910-13, 1911-NA, 1912-NA, 1913-9
Owner: Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Master: 1909 J.B. Mansfield; 1910 J.A. Mackenzie; 1913 J.B. Muir
Voyages: 1909, 1910, 1913 London to Morocco

AGATHA Reg No 119713  DCrew/119713  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1905
Built at Southampton by Day, Summers & Co.
Steam, twin screw, yacht
Reg. tons 162 net, 353 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1, 1907-1, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1910-1, 1911-1, 1912-1, 1913-NA
Owner: 1906-12 Sir Edward Walter Greene bart.
Master: 1906-1912 John Knox
Voyages: 1906-12 yachting cruises
Transferred to Cowes 1921

AGENORIA Reg No 7295  DCrew/7295  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
22 tons
Crew lists: 1874-1
Owner: W. Gannaway, Southampton
Master: George Bevis, Bursledon
Voyages: (July - Dec. 1874) laid up all the 6 months
Transferred to Portsmouth

AID Reg No 13973  DCrew/13973  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built 1852 at North Shields
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 27 net, 82 gross
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-NA, 1870-2, 1871 (see below); 1872-NA, 1873-2, 1874-NA, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-NA
Owners: 1870 Southampton Steam Towing Co. Ltd. (Robert Badcock Jun., Dock Chambers, Canute Road, Southampton); 1870-78 New Southampton Steam Towing Co. Ltd (E.A. Andrews, Woolston)
Masters: 1870 Francis Fred Greenaway, 19 Albert Road, Southampton
Voyages: 1866-1876 towing ships; 1877 laid up
Broken up 1878
N.B. the list for the AID for Jan-June 1871 is included with that of the PHOENIX Reg No 11389

AJAX Reg No 16601  DCrew/16601  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built 1838 at Cowes
Sail
35 tons
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1863-1, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-2
Owner: John Best of Swanage
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1863, 1868-1871 stone trade between Swanage, Portsmouth and Southampton
Broken up 1887

AJAX Reg No 104044  DCrew/104044  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894
Built Whiteinch by Barclay & Curle & Co.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 3 net, 272 gross
Crew lists: 1894-1, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-0, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton, Isle of Wight and South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. Ltd (J.J. Burnett)
Master: 1894-1907 Chas. William Cockett; 1908-1913 Jas. Henry Cooper
Voyages: 1894-1913 towing ships
Sold for breaking up 1936

ALARM Reg No 12271  DCrew/12271  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from Plymouth
Built 1841 at Plymouth
Sail
25 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2
Owner: William Martell, Warsash
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1866 laid up at Plymouth to June, then trading Southampton - Plymouth
Transferred to Guernsey 1867

ALARM Reg No 13812  DCrew/13812  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853 (or 1855)
Sail
158 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2
Owner: P. Hedger esquire, Woolston
Master: Hugh Jones, Newport, Mon (later of Southampton)
Voyages: regular voyages carrying coals and ballast between Newport in S. Wales and Southampton

ALARM Reg No 51285  DCrew/51285  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built Southampton
Sail
45 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-NA, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-NA, 1900-2, 1901-0
Owner: 1866-68 T. Stockham, West Quay, Southampton; 1868-82 J. Nichols, Bugle Street, Southampton; 1883 A. Maddon; 1886-1900 Walter Beavis, Southampton or as Haddon and Beavis).
Masters: 1866-68 John Folger, French Street (from 1867, West Quay) Southampton; 1868-72 Jas. Penney, Lower Canal Walk, Southampton; 1872 Robert Matthews, Briton Street; 1872-1873 W.H. Cole, French Street; 1874-76 J. Folger; 1876 Jacob Mansell, Fareham; 1881-90 W. Allen, Clifford Street; 1891-92 William Mabey, Millbrook, Southampton; 1893-1897 H. Mabey; 1898-1900 Mr Duval
Voyages: 1866 coastal trade (mainly S.W. ports); 1867 Southampton - London - Cowes and coastal trade; 1868 Southampton - Poole - Emsworth - Plymouth - I. of Wight; 1869 trading between Southampton - Poole - Warsash - Portland - Poole - Yarmouth - Lowestoft - Ryde; 1870 coastal voyages and to Guernsey; 1871 ditto; 1872 Poole - London - Plymouth - Falmouth - London - Brading - Southampton - Poole - Brading - Southampton; 5 voyages from Paulsgrove - Newport - Shoreham - Cowes; 1873 trading inside I. of Wight; 1874 lightering inside I. of Wight. 1875 ditto; 1876 Paulsgrove to I. of W. with chalk; 1877, 1878, 1879 ditto; 1881 laid up at Southampton; 1883 - 1900 trading inside the Isle of Wight
Broken up 1901

ALBATROSS Reg No 104037  DCrew/104037  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894
Built Southampton by John Foot
Sail
40 tons
Crew lists: 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-NA
Owner: Edward and Robert Ashby of County Wharf, Northam (also as Hooper and Ashby & Co., Portland Cement Manufacturers) and John Hoskins, master mariner; sold 1903 to Sussex Portland Cement Co., Heighton, Newhaven (also as Hooper and Ashby; Hooper and Co. etc)
Masters: 1894-1901 Mr Hoskings, Southampton; 1902-1904 G. Dore; 1906-1912 Timothy William Mew
Voyages: 1894-1912 trading inside Isle of Wight

ALBERT Reg No 20284  DCrew/20284  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878, transferred from Colchester
Built Brightlingsea 1857; 1884 transferred to Portsmouth
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1878-1, 1879-1, 1880-0, 1881-0, 1882-1, 1883-NA
Owner: John Patten, Southampton
Master: 1878-79 John Foulger, Southampton; 1882 Robert Williams
Voyages: 1878, 1879, 1882 fishing trade

ALBERT EDWARD (from 1934 JOY BELL III) Reg No 92039  DCrew/92039  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886
Built at Southampton by Day, Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 99 net, 159 gross
Crew lists: 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-3, 1891-4, 1892-2, 1893-4, 1894-NA, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-NA
Owner: 1886-1912 Southampton I. of Wight and Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. Ltd (J.J. Burnett)
Master: 1886-1890 Mr, Cockett; 1891-93 Worthy Isaiah Eyers, 3 Anderson Road, Southampton; 1896-1904 William Halford; 1906-7 James Henry Cooper; 1908-9 Charles Gale; 1911-12 J.H. Abraham
Voyages: 1886-1912 towing and carrying passengers in Solent and Southampton water
Transferred to Guernsey 1934

ALCESTE (foreign name GRACE DARLING, formerly ALCESTE) Reg No 63475  DCrew/63475  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890, transferred from Glasgow
Built Fairlie, Ayr 1872, registerd Glasgow 1873, sold to foreigner and then to British Subject
Sail, yacht
35 tons
Crew lists: 1897-2, 1898-2
Owner: 1897 June George Smith, London; 1897 Dec. - 1898 J.S. Heron, Swanley, Kent
Master: 1897 June Robert Thrower, Brightlingsea; 1897 Dec. - 1898 W. Gilbert, Brightlingsea
Voyages: 1897 June laid up with no crew till 1st March, then pleasuring around shores of U.K; 1897 Dec. - 1898 laid up, no crew registration closed 1907

ALCYONE Reg No 62225  DCrew/62225  No Date

Contents:
Reg. 1871 Southampton, transferred to Glasgow 1903
Built at Crabniton by D. Hatcher
Sail
30 tons
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-2
Owner: 1871-73 Sir M.B. Topham, Weybridge; 1873 C.H. Coddington, Southport
Master: 1871-73 James Thompson, 3 Highland Terrace, Peartree Green; 1873 Robert Gomes, Portsea
Voyages: 1871, 1872 cruising for pleasure; 1873 cruising for pleasure till Sept, and since laid up; 1874 cruising for pleasure

ALDERNEY Reg No 72346  DCrew/72346  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built at Low Walker on Tyne by J. Wigham Richardson & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 394 net, 611 gross
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-0, 1886-3, (in 22,12, & 10 folios), 1887-4 1888-4 (in 18,12,20 & 12 folios), 1889-4 (in 20,14,21 and 26 folios) 1890-4 (in 19,34,22 & 34 folios), 1891-1 (see ALLIANCE DCrew/25115)
From 1882 these include other ships of the company when crews were to be employed on several vessels:- CAESAREA 56130 (to 1883), ALICE 51830 (to 1888), FANNIE 51829 (to 1890) ALLIANCE 25115, BRITTANY 47990, CHERBOURG 68826, DIANA 72370, ELLA 82420, GRIFFIN 26152, GUERNSEY 68831, HONFLEUR 68827, MARIA 65895, ST. MALO 51287, SOUTHAMPTON 28109, SOUTH WESTERN 72341, WOLF 44818 (from 1883), HILDA 86327 (from 1883), LAURA 90415 (from 1886), DORA 94515 (from 1889), LYDIA 97217 (from 1890), FREDERICA 97212 (from 1890), STELLA 97219 (from 1890)
Owner: London & S. Western Railway Company; sold 1891 to Dundee Newcastle Steam Shipping Co.
Master: 1876 G. Allix, Thomas Lainson; 1877 T. Lainson, George Husher; 1878 Frank Edward Kemp, William Charles Turtle; 1879 Kemp, Rusher; 1880 Kemp, Francis Edom; 1882-3 Edom; 1886-7 C. Vanderplank; 1888 G. Nutbeem, Edom; 1889-90 Edom (1882-91 the following are given as masters of the various ships:- F. Allix, George Allix, John Dell Barratt, J. Butt, John Dyer, Francis Edom, W. Gregory, J. Heathcote, Frank Edward Kemp, T. Lainson, F.T. Le Bas, G. Lewis, Robert C. Mabb, Thomas Merrells, Hy. Day Mortimer, G. Nutbeem, W. Reeks, J. Stevenson, William Charles Turtle, William Williams, C. Vanderplank, J. Winter)
Voyages: Southampton, France & Channel Islands
Transferred to Dundee 1891

ALEXANDRA Reg No 72364  DCrew/72364  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred to Plymouth 1903
Built Southampton (and Engines) by Day Summers
Steam, tug, screw
Reg. tons 62 net, 120 gross
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2,1884-1, 1886-1, 1887-0, 1888-2, 1889-0, 1890-1, 1891-2, 1892-3, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-3, 1903-2
Owner: New Southampton Steam Towing Co. (liquidated 1885); Southampton, I.W. and S. Eng. Company until 1897; Pethick Bros, Plymouth
Master: 1876 Robert C. Mabb, Marine Parade; William Cockett, 23 Marine Parade; 1877-90 William Cockett; 1891-4 William Halford; 1896 Henry James Cooper, 44 Melbourne Street, 1898-1902 Charles Wycisk, Plymouth
Voyages: 1876-82 towing; 1884 towing and landing passengers; 1896 towing and passengers; 1898-1900 home trade and towing

ALFRED Reg No 114600  DCrew/114600  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Reg. tons 42
Crew lists: 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-1, 1909-1, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: 1904-7 H.G.W. Beavis; 1908-12 William Beavis
Master: 1904 G. Penny; 1907-12 William Beavis
Voyages: coal barge; 1911 on mud at Eling

ALICE Reg No 27409  DCrew/27409  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Sail
Reg. tons 64 (1868-61)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-4, 1869-0, 1870-3, 1871-4
Owner: Thos. Davis, Claymore Cottage, Freemantle
Master: 1863 Thos. Davis, then Samuel Lobb, Lymington; 1866 T. Davis; 1867 George Willcox, 6 Howden Terrace, and Thos. Harding 8 Oriental Terrace; 1868 G. Willcox; 1869 Jn. Gooder King, Southampton and George Wilcox; 1870 G. Willcox; George F. Cole, Greenwich; 1871 S. Lobb
Voyages: 1863-6 coastal; 1867 Southampton, Leith, Paris, Liverpool, Southampton, Hull, Southampton, Colchester, Newcastle; 1868 Newcastle, Portsmouth, Kirkaldy, Dunkirk, London, Rouen, Belfast, Ardrossan, Dieppe, Neath, N. France, Ipswich, Plymouth, Southampton; 1869 Guernsey, Lynn, Sunderland, Hull, St. Malo, Plymouth; 1870 Leith, St. Malo, Guernsey, London, Bridgewater, Cork, Dingle etc; 1871 Dunkirk, Sunderland, Kirkaldy, Clackmannan, St. Malo, Nantes

ALICE Reg No 51830  DCrew/51830  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, 1884
Built Greenock
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 400 net, 635 gross (1884-284 net, 635 gross)
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-4, 1871-3, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1876-3, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-4, 1880-2, 1881-1 (1882-88 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London & S.W. Railway
Master: John Lewis; 1874 J.H. Knight, R.C. Mabb; 1879 Mabb, Henry D. Mortimer; 1880 George Allix, Mabb; 1881-3 Mabb; 1886 J. Heathcote; 1887 Mabb, J. Dyer
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France 1888 converted to hulk

ALICE Reg No 68833  DCrew/68833  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
Built Eling by Charles Payne
Sail
Reg. tons 23
Crew lists: 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-1, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-1, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2
Owner: 1874 J. Fletcher, Eling; 1883 W. Beavis; 1887-1900 George Wilkins, Freemantle
Master: 1874-7 D. Major, Eling; 1878-83 George Weaver, Eling; 1884, 1886 J. Rainsley; 1887 G. Wilkins; 1888-92 William G. S. Wilkins; 1893-9 G. Penny; 1900 Wilkins
Voyages: trading inside I.W.
Broken up 1909

ALICE MOOR Reg No 65338  DCrew/65338  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894, transferred from Falmouth
Built 1893 at Falmouth (1873?)
Sail
Reg. tons 74
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-0, 1900-2
Owner: 1896-1900 Elliott Bros. Southampton
Master: 1896-1900 John Rendle, Plymouth
Voyages: 1896 Portsmouth, Bristol, Southampton, Londonderry, Sunderland; 1897 similar; 1898, 1900 home trade
Transferred to Littlehampton 1901

ALLIANCE Reg No 17154  DCrew/17154  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Built 1841 at Falmouth
Sail
28 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-NA, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1, 1882-2
Owner: 1863, 1871 Daniel Mant, High Street (later Bath Road), Lymington; 1874 G.N. Penney; 1876 George Edmonds; 1877 William Wadham, Thames Street, Poole; 1880 same, West Street, Poole
Master: 1863 D. Mant; 1874 George Edmonds; 1876, 1879 Jn. Bloomfield, Poole; 1880-1 William Russell, Hamworthy; 1882 Jas. Baylie, Market, Street, Poole
Lost 1882

ALLIANCE Reg No 25115  DCrew/25115  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855, 1878, 1884, 1889
Built Blackwall by Mare & Co. 1855, engines by Day Summers, Southampton
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 168 net, 192 gross (1889-176 net, 386 gross)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-4, 1867-4, 1868-4, 1869-4, 1870-3, 1871-NA, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1874-4, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-0, 1881-1 (1882-1890 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346), 1891-2 (includes other ships of company as listed under ALDERNEY 72346)
Owner: London & S.W. Railway Company
Master: Knighton, Woolston; W. Turtle; 1869 James Ockleford; 1870 James Hoskin Knight; 1872 James Stevenson, Woolston; 1873 Robert Long; 1874 Jas. Knight; 1877 Robert C. Mabb; 1878 William Chas. Fortie; 1879 Edward Braiby Clement, Jersey; 1881-91 John Dell Barratt
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France sold to foreigner 1900

ALLY Reg No 2849  DCrew/2849  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
Reg. tons 141
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1967-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2
Owner: W.R. Sharland, 7 Walter Street, Southampton (later Chamberlayne House, Newtown)
Master: Alfred Tupper, 19 High Street, Southampton (later Redbridge)
Voyages:- 1863 Jan-June 5 voyages Sunderland & back; 1864 Sunderland & Hartlepool; 1866-74 Sunderland; 1876 coastal; 1877 Sunderland, Whitby, Littlehampton, Portmadoc; 1878-80 Sunderland, Whitby, S. Shields; 1881-2 same & Cardiff

ALMA Reg No 33060  DCrew/33060  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built 1855 at Quebec
Sail
185 tons
Crew lists: 1863-4, 1864-3, 1866-3, 1867-2, 1868-4, 1869-2, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-NA, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-3,
Owner: George Street, 15 Hanover Buildings, Southampton; July 1868 J.S. Sterry, Lowestoft
Master: George Samways, 3 Stamford Street, Southampton; July 1868 Samuel Chivers, Lowestoft; 1871 S. Chivers and E.R. Ayers, Lowestoft; 1877 E.R. Ayers
Voyages: 1863 Southampton, Hartlepool (twice), Southampton, Shields, Gothenburg, Gloucester, Cardiff, Southampton, Hartlepool (2), Southampton, Llanelly; 1864 Llanelly, Hartlepool, Caen, Sunderland. Gothenburg 1866 Southampton, Swansea, Rouen, Newcastle, Rega and Baltic, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Southampton, Sunderland, Southampton, Sunderland; 1867 Southampton, Middlesborough, Sunderland, Seaham, Southampton, Sunderland; 1868 Jan-June Swansea, Dieppe, Southampton; July-Dec. London, Lowestoft, Sunderland and foreign (Stockholm, Gulf of Bothnia); 1871-2 Lowestoft to Seaham; 1874 Lowestoft, Hartlepool, Seaham; 1876 Lowestoft, Seaham, Hartlepool, Sunderland; 1877 Lowestoft, Hartlepool; 1878-9 Lowestoft, Seaham, Hartlepool, Sunderland
Transferred to Lowestoft 1879

ALMA Reg No 104046  DCrew/104046  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894
Built Clydebank by J. & G. Thomson
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 411 net, 1145 gross
Crew lists: 1912-2
Owner: Eastern Shipping Company, Penang Straits Settlements (Previously LSW Railway Co. until 1912; 1916 sold to P Heath & Co., Shanghai, and to Japanese 1917)
Master: J.D. Williams
Voyages: Cardiff to Penang

ALNWICK CASTLE Reg No 114784  DCrew/114784  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Reg. tons 1901 net, 4402 gross
Crew lists: 1902-7, 1903-5, 1904-4, 1906-3, 1907-3, 1908-NA, 1909-0, 1910-6, 1911-6, 1912-3
Owner: Union Castle Company (Donald Currie & Co.)
Master: 1903-4 B. Burt, London; 1906 E. Travers; 1907 D. Samuel; 1910 D. Samuel, D.H. Hoskins, S. Henderson, H. Strong; 1911-12 W.B. Dyer
Voyages: 1902 Hamburg, Antwerp, Capetown; 1907 Buenos Ayres, Rio de Janeiro, S. Africa

ALPHA BETA (Changed to ENIGMA 1904) Reg No 82418  DCrew/82418  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881
Built Northam by A. Payne & Sons
Sail
22 tons
Crew lists: 1881-1, ------ 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-1, 1896-2
Owner: 1888 Arthur Carrara, Gibraltar; 1892-6 W. Miall Green, London
Master: 1888 Samuel Buckle; 1892-6 Joseph Bowdell
Voyages: cruising
Registration closed 1932

ALVINA Reg No 92050  DCrew/92050  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1887
Built by Oswald Mordaunt & Co. Southampton
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 132 net, 194 gross
Crew lists: 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-NA, 1896-3, 1897-3, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-1
Owner: 1887-91 R. Clifford Smith, Parkfield, Swinton, Manchester; 1892-99 Lawrence T. Cave, Ditchfield Park, Petersfield; 1900 Marmaduke Fox, Mirfield, Yorks; 1903 George Wilson Wallace
Master: 1887-91 Edward Adams, Ryde; 1892-7 Thos. Lashman; 1899 Ashford Southcott, St. Helens; 1900 Duncan McMasters; 1901-2 Peter M. Adams; 1903 A.S. Freebody
Voyages Pleasure cruising
Transferred to Melbourne 1903

AMALIE Reg No 28018  DCrew/28018  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870, transferred from Weymouth
Built 1851 at Sunderland
Sail
182 tons
Crew lists: 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-4, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-NA, 1878-NA, 1879-2
Owner: 1871 F.A. Roseman, Woolston
Master: 1871 Thos. Abbatt, 4 Manor Place, Northam; 1874 William Welch, Poole; 1876 R. Ruskman; 1879 George Smith, Bitterne
Voyages: 1871-2 Southampton, Sunderland; 1873 Sunderland, Southampton (twice), Swansea, Fecamp, Swansea, Dieppe, Sunderland, St. Servan, Sunderland, Southampton Swansea (coals and ballast); 1874 Swansea, Honfleur; 1879 Southampton, Sunderland dredging from 1900

AMARYLLIS Reg No 82426  DCrew/82426  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1882
Built Northam by A. Payne & Sons
Sail
28 tons
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1897-0, 1898-2, 1899-1, 1900-0, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1
Owner: 1896-1904 Walter Malton Baynes, Torquay; 1896-1901 George Richard Hayden, Southampton; 1903-4 W.M. Baynes
Voyages: pleasure cruising

AMBER Reg No 94370  DCrew/94370  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1888
Built Glasgow 1888
Reg. tons 554 net, 1043 gross
Crew lists: 1901-1, ---- 1907-1, ---- 1911-1, 1912-0, 1913-1
Owner: J.D. Pender, Eastern Telegraph Co. Ltd
Master: L.N. Drake
Voyages: 1908 Plymouth, Birkenhead; 1911 Plymouth, N, Atlantic, Lisbon, Egypt (cable ship)

AMERICAN Reg No 68822  DCrew/68822  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873, 1876
Built at Dundee (Alex Stephens & Sons, engines by Gowley Bros.)
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1356 net, 3839 gross
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-6, 1876-2, 1877-3, 1878-4, 1879-NA, 1880-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd
Master: 1873 William Ladds; 1874 C.D. Coxwell, H.E. Draper, Ed. Baynton; 1876 George Larmer; 1877 C.D. Coxwell; 1878-80 J.C. Gilbert & A. Hemwaits
Voyages: Cape Mail service

ANAZI Reg No 52823  DCrew/52823  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1865 at Landport, Hants
Sail
568 tons
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-0, 1878-NA, 1879-1, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-2
Owner: Jas. William Temple & Walter Savill
Master: 1876-82 James Hill, 1883 F.G. Pithfield
Voyages: 1876 New York; 1879-83 New Zealand and Far East broken up 1886

ANCONA Reg No 76194  DCrew/76194  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1879, 1880
Steam
Reg. tons 1965 net, 3081 gross
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-6, 1882-6, 1883-3, 1884-6, 1886-6, 1887-4
Owner: P & O Company (Henry Bayley)
Master: 1879-83 E.G. Stead; 1884, 1886 R.S. Murray
Voyages: 1879-83 India, Australia and the Cape; 1884 London, Antwerp; 1886 London, Antwerp, India, China, India, London, Antwerp, India, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Bombay, London, Antwerp, Bombay, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Marseilles, London

ANDANIA Reg No 135481  DCrew/135481  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool
Crew lists: 1911-11
Owner: Cunard Company (A.D. Mearns)
Master: D.J. Miller
Voyages: London to Montreal via Southampton

ANEMONE (Changed to NITA 1908) Reg No 106910  DCrew/106910  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1897
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 31 net, 73 gross
Crew lists: 1897-2, ---- 1901-1, 1902-1, ---- 1906-2
Owner: 1897 Edward Liddell, Newton House, Chathill, Northumberland; 1901-6 A.B. Tugswell, London
Master: 1897 John Powell, Brightlingsea; 1901-6 George Sandford, Clarence Square, Gosport
Voyages: yachting
Solt to French government 1917

ANGLIAN Reg No 47988  DCrew/47988  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built Deptford
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 531 net, 661 gross
Crew lists: 1867-4
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company (G.G. Mercer)
Master: R.W. Ker, Lieut RNR, South Park, Reigate
Voyages: Cape mail service
Transferred to Dublin 1869

ANGLIAN Reg No 68820  DCrew/68820  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873, 1889
Built at Whiteinch by Aitken & Mansel
Steam, crew
Reg. tons 1413 net, 2245 gross
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-8, 1876-4, 1877-4, 1878-3, 1879-NA, 1880-5, 1881-4, 1882-4, 1883-6, 1884-3, 1886-0, 1887-1, 1888-0, 1889-1, 1890-3, 1891-3, 1892-3, 1893-2, 1894-5
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company
Master: 1873 W.R. Dixon; 1874 W.R. Dixon and W. Ladds; 1876-7 Augustus Black; 1878 Edward Manning; 1880 Wilberforce Travers, Henry Gillen; 1881-2, Henry Owen; 1883-4, 1887 J. Thornton; 1889 J. Morton; 1890 E.T. Jones, Cavendish Grove, Southampton; 1891 E.F. Tyacke; 1892-4 W.K. Smyth
Voyages: S. Africa mail service, Hamburg, Antwerp

ANN Reg No 4464  DCrew/4464  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879, transferred from Salcombe
Built 1831 at Rye
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, ----- 1886-1
Owner: Scovells Hamble Fisheries Co. Ltd.
Master: 1879-82 James Wood, Hamble; 1886 James Primmer, Hamble
Voyages:- fishing
Wrecked in Baltimore Harbour, Cork, 1886

ANNA DIXON Reg No 3227  DCrew/3227  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862
Built 1842 at Liverpool
Sail
162 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-3, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-NA, 1886-2, 1887-2
Owner: 1863 John Jones, Southampton, then Henry Bee, 11 Brunswick Street, Southampton; 1873 H. Bee, 2 Queens Terrace; 1880 S.S. Pearce, Southampton; 1881 S.S. Pearce, G.H. Caw; 1886 H.W. Wellis, Sunderland
Master: 1863 John Jones, Woolston; 1874, 1879 W.J. Thackham, Woolston; 1879 W.J. Thackham and John Dunk; 1880 J. Dunk; 1881 J. Dunk and G.H. Carr; 1886 Jas. Jennes; 1887 Chas. W. Reece, Sunderland
Voyages: 1863 for coal to Sunderland, Cardiff, Llanelly, Newport; 1864, 1866 regularly to Newport (Wales); 1867 Swansea, Cardiff, Newport; 1868-70 Southampton - Newport; 1871-2 Southampton - Cardiff; 1873 Southampton, Swansea, Cardiff, Portsmouth; 1874-6 Southampton - Swansea; 1878-82 Middlesborough, Channel Islands, London, Sunderland; 1883, 1886-7 coastal lost in North Sea 1887

ANNE Reg No 13802  DCrew/13802  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1851
Sail
134 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-3
Owner: Robert Badcock, Junior, Dock Chamber, Southampton (1868 Freemantle)
Master: James Reed, 4 Raglan Street, Newport, Mon; 1874 William Griffith
Voyages: 1863-7 Southampton to S. Wales; 1868-71 Southampton to Newport with coals; 1873 3 times to Newport, Plymouth, Newport, Waterford; Newport - Cork (3 times); Newport, Plymouth, Newport; 1874 Gibraltar

ANN HEWETT Reg No 22180  DCrew/22180  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
48 tons
Crew lists: 1874-1
Owner: J.W. Attwood Godeston
Voyages: vessel unemployed

ANTINIA Reg No 131799  DCrew/131799  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
90 tons
Crew lists: 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: J.J. Bayford
Master: William Tanner
Voyages: Southampton waters

AOTEA Reg No 104047  DCrew/104047  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1895
Built Wallsend by C.S. Swan & Hunter
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 3702 net, 5652 gross
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1903-1, ----- 1909-2, 1910-0, 1911-2
Owner: Shaw, Savill and Albion Company (J. McKirdy)
Master: 1896-8 W. Scotland; 1899-1902 Edgar T. Evans; 1903 R.W. Lowden; 1909 A.N. Kirby; 1911 M.C. Olive
Voyages: New Zealand
Transferred to Glasgow 1912

ARAB Reg No 76846  DCrew/76846  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879, 1888
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2044 net, 3169 gross
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-5, 1881-4, 1882-5, 1883-11, 1884-7, 1886-0, 1887-1, 1888-3, 1889-2, 1890-4, 1891-NA, 1892-3, 1893-3, 1894-4, 1896-2, 1897-3, 1898-NA, 1899-4
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company
Master: 1879-81 Sidney K.W. Caines; 1882 do; R.A. Leigh and A. McLean Wait; 1883-8 Henry Owen; 1889 E.T. Jones; 1892-4 J. Syson; 1896 T. Chope, Eglantine, The Polygon; 1897 T. Chope; J.H. Wilford, 19 Queens Terrace; J.E. Pierce, 53 Gordon Avenue; 1899 L.W. Bayldon, 9 Sussex Place; Bernard Copp, Regents Park; F.S. Kennedy, 23 The Avenue
Voyages: Cape mail service, sometimes via Hamburg, Rotterdam; s me voyages 1882 Alexandria, Suez Canal sold to German 1900

ARAWA Reg No 124,461  DCrew/124,461  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1907
Built Wallsend by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 5984 net, 9371 gross
Crew lists: 1907-6, 1908-NA, 1909-3, 1910-2, 1911-3, 1912-3
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Company
Master: 1907 G. Burton; 1909-12 H. Clayden
Voyages: New Zealand
Sold to Germans 1928

ARBUTUS Reg No 13,936  DCrew/13,936  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1851
154 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1
Owner: Giles Strugnell, 4 Clifton Crescent
Master: as owner
Voyages: -------
Ship lost 4 May 1863

ARGYLL Reg No 13,809  DCrew/13,809  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Steam, screw
63 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-4, 1871-4, 1872-4
Owner: Rowland George Fisher, 12 Manchester Buildings, Westminster Bridge
Master: William Goodridge, 2 Clarendon Terrace, Bridge Road, Southampton (later Upper Queens Terrace)
Voyages: 1863 Channel service; 1864 Channel service between Southampton and Carentan in France; 1866-72 Channel service

ARIADNE Reg No 29890  DCrew/29890  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862
Built at Sunderland
Sail
163 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-NA, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1
Owner: James Long, High Street, Southampton (later 66 High Street, then Marland Place) 1870-1 Alfred Haddon, High Street, So'ton
Master: W. Norman, 4 Belvidere Terrace, Southampton (1868 - 21 Belvidere Terrace)
Voyages: 1864 - 16 voyages to Shields; 1866 Southampton, Tyne; 1868 Tyne and Wales; 1869 Tyne, Newcastle; 1870 Newcastle, Portsmouth, Southampton; 1871-2 Newcastle
Lost off Dungeness on voyage from Newcastle, Feb. 1873

ARKLOW Reg No 29279  DCrew/29279  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1861
500 tons
Crew lists: 1873-1, 1874-2, 1876-1, 1877-NA, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-3
Owner: Clyde Shipping Co.
Master: 1873 Robert Crawford; John McKellar; David King, Glasgow; 1874 Thos. Robertson, George Hepburn, D. King; 1876 George Hepburn; 1878 John Hetherington; 1879-80 J. Hetherington and Duncan Kerr
Voyages: 1873 6 voyages Glasgow, Belfast, Plymouth, Southampton; 2 voyages Waterford, Plymouth, London; 5 voyages Glasgow, Cork, Waterford; 1876 4 voyages Glasgow, Plymouth, Southampton via Belfast and Waterford; 12 voyages Glasgow, Cork and Waterford; 1878-9 Glasgow, Limerick, Waterford, Cork, Dublin, Balfast; 1880 Glasgow, Plymouth, Ireland

ARLANZA Reg No 132021  DCrew/132021  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1912
Steam
Reg. tons 14,930
Crew lists: 1913-10
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: A.C. Farmer
Voyages: Southampton, Cherbourg

ARMADALE CASTLE Reg No 118350  DCrew/118350  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Crew lists: 1903-1, 1904-0, 1906-17, 1907-16, 1908-24, 1909-19,1910-18, 1911-NA, 1912-22, 1913-14
Owner: Union Castle Company (Donald Currie & Co.)
Master: 1903, 1906 John Charles Robinson; 1907-9 R. Rendall; 1910 F.J. Moseley, 1912-13 T.L. Stannistreet
Voyages: S. Africa
Withdrawn from service 1935

ARNO Reg No 52774  DCrew/52774  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Reg. tons 757 net, 1038 gross
Crew lists: 1869-13, 1870-1, ------ 1881-6
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Joseph Thwaites, John Curlewis, John Bruce; 1870 R.H. Macaulay; 1881 H. Coletrin (?), W.J. Compton
Voyages: 1881 W. Indies mail service

ARNO (formerly JUNO) Reg No 104543  DCrew/104543  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1894
Steam
Reg. tons 253 net, 607 gross
Crew lists: 1901-3, ---- 1908-1, 1909-1, ---- 1913 2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1901 D.J. B. Gorrie, R.L. Daniel, R.W. Cracken; 1908 A.B. Macaulay; 1909 W.A. Kennett; 1913 W.H. Pearse
Voyages: 1908-9 West Indies; 1913 home trade

AROS CASTLE Reg No 114732  DCrew/114732  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Reg. tons 4438 net, 5869 gross
Crew lists: 1901-1, 1902-0, 1903-3, 1904-4, 1906-3, 1907-1, 1908-3, 1909-NA, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: Union Castle Company (Donald Currie & Co.)
Master: 1901, 1903 W.M. Whinnie; 1906 E. Day; 1907 E. Death; 1908 E.W. Day; 1910 N.R. Neilson; 1911-12 L.D. Wainwright; 1913 Thomas Martin Lang
Voyages: 1908, 1910 London, New York

ARROW Reg No 25159  DCrew/25159  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1852, 1869, 1873
Built 1822 Pilewell, Hants
Sail, yacht
51 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-2, 1870-1, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-1
Owner: Thos. Chamberlayne, Cranbury Park (died 1876, then to Tankerville Chamberlayne)
Master: 1868 Henry Parker, Itchen Ferry, Southampton
Voyages: cruising
Reg. cancelled 1905, vessel derelict

ARTEMIS Reg No 113276  DCrew/113276  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1900
Built 1899 at Southampton by Summers & Payne
Sail
54 tons
Crew lists: 1900-1
Owner: Frank Loughborough Pearsons, St. Johns Wood, London
Master: G.W. Blanchard
Voyages: Yachting

ARZILA Reg No 124097  DCrew/124097  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1907
Reg. tons 2722
Crew lists: 1909-13, 1910-3, 1911-NA, 1912-13
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: J.B. Muir
Voyages: 1909-12 London to Morocco

ASCANIA Reg No 131342  DCrew/131342  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1911
Crew lists: 1911-10, 1912-9, 1913-7
Owner: Cunard Steam Ship Co. Ltd
Master: 1911-13 G.W. Neilson
Voyages: 1911 London to Portland, Maine via Southampton; 1912-13 London to Montreal

ASCUPART Reg No 72358  DCrew/72358  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built at Stockton 1876
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 857 net, 1351 gross
Crew lists: 1876-9, 1877-5, 1878-5, 1879-4, 1880-5, 1881-NA, 1882-4, 1883-5, 1884-8, 1886-7, 1887-5, 1888-4, 1889-7, 1890-7, 1891-7, 1892-2
Owner: 1876-92 George T. Harper, Oriental Place, Southampton
Master: 1876 Jas. Ward, Cardiff; 1877 J. Ward and Alfred Haslow, London; 1878 A. Haslow; 1879 A. Haslow and Thos. Kemp; 1880-6 Thos. Kemp; 1887-92 Thos. G. Weaver, Cardiff
Voyages: 1876 Dublin, Newport, Waterford, Cardiff; Danube, Turkey; 1877 similar; 1879-83 Mediterranean and Black Seas; 1884 Cardiff, Malta, Newport (Mon), Constantinople, Cardiff, Genoa, Cardiff, Malta, Cardiff, Barcelona, Cardiff, St. Nazaire, Cardiff, Malta, Newport, Brindisi, Newport (Mon); 1887 Newport (Mon), Naples, Soulina, Waterford, Newport, Genoa, Cardiff, Naples, Milazzo, Barletta, Bari, Bordeaux, Cardiff, Genoa, Cardiff, Genoa, Nicolaieff, Dardanelles, Tarragona, Barcelona, Brindisi, Bari, Bordeaux, Newport; 1888 Newport (Mon), Naples, Barletta, Gallipoli, Bordeaux, Cardiff, Pola, Sevastopol, Malt Marseilles, Ergastana, Malt Swansea, Naples, Trieste, Fiume, Bordeaux, Bilba, W. Hartlepool, Sunderland; 1889 Sunderland, Antwerp, Bordeaux, Monte Video, Buenos Ayres, Rosario, Buenos Ayres, Antwerp, Dunkirk, Swansea, Bordeaux, Monte Video, Buenos Ayres, Antwerp, Genoa, Castellamare Di Stabia, Naples, Smyrna, London, Cardiff; 1890 Cardiff, Savona, Smyrna, London, Swansea, Civita Vecchia, Smyrna, Hull, Newport (Mon), Reggio, Valencia, Alicante, Rowen, Newport, Savona, Oran, Dunkirk, S. Shields, Bordeaux, Algiers, Oran, Bordeaux, Algiers, Oran, Bordeaux, Cardiff
Sold to foreigner 1918

ASIATIC Reg No 68812  DCrew/68812  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873, 1887
Built 1872 at Whitehaven by Whitehaven Shipbuilding Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1519 net, 2066 gross
Crew lists: 1873-5, 1874-8, 1876-4, 1877-4, 1878-3, 1879-4, 1880-2, 1881-3, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-0, 1886-3, 1887-0, 1888-3, 1889-2, 1890-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company; sold to H. Martin, Glasgow 1888; 1890 George Tweedy, Bishopsgate Street
Master: 1873 C.D. Coxwell, Freemantle; 1876-7 E. Manning; 1878 R.A. Leigh and A.J. Garrett; 1879 R.A. Leigh and Edward J. Littleton; 1880 Henry Owen and Willian Cains Crutchley; 1881 R.A. Leigh;1882, 1886 H.F.N. Harrison; 1888 Jas. Cowie Airdrie; 1889 G.T. Pearce, Joseph Chamberlain; 1890 Cott, Sharpness
Transferred to London 1890

ASPHODEL (foreign name BREIS - IZEL) Reg No 104122  DCrew/104122  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898, (Cowes 1894, then foreign)
Built 1894 at Cowes by Hansen & Sons
Sail
19 tons
Crew lists: 1898-1
Owner: Capt, N. Stewart, Southampton
Master: as owner
Voyages: Northam, Southampton, Weymouth, Plymouth, Falmouth, Milford Haven, Oban
Broken up 1909

ASTARTE Reg No 51446  DCrew/51446  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870, transferred from Liverpool
Built 1864 at Northam by Day & Co.
Sail
53 tons
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2
Owner: 1876 J.R. Bridson, Belle Isle, Windermere; 1878 D.H. Magdalane; 1879 R. Assheton Napier, Glasgow
Master: 1876 William Waters, Church Street, Chapel, Southampton; 1877-8 George Grist, 2 Albert Road; 1879 R.A. Napier
Voyages: 1877-8 laid up; 1879 Weymouth, St. Ives, Lundy Is. and St. Mary, Isle of Man, East Loch Tarbert, wrecked at entrance to Sound of Harris, Outer Hebrides, 23 Sept. 1879

ASTRAEA Reg No 46897  DCrew/46897  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, transferred from Prince Edward Island
Built Prince Edward Island
Sail
199 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-4, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-NA, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1
Owner: William Hill & Co., Winkle Street, Southampton (1868 - Coal merchant); 1878 J.G. Hill, Gloucester Square; 1886 - 90 Ernest Hill, Oak Bank, Wharf, Woolston
Master: Donald Taylor, P.E. Island, then H. Perkins, Southampton; 1866 - 1871 R. Rickman; 1876-87 John Thornhill, Sholing; 1888-90 Alfred Tupper, 51 Chapel Road, Southampton (1889-90 Sunderland)
Voyages: 1864 regular voyages to Sunderland (after arrival from P.E. Island); 1866 Sunderland and twice to Swansea; 1867 Sunderland and once to Swansea; 1868-9 Sunderland; 1870 24 trips to Sunderland; 1871-2 Sunderland; 1873 mainly Sunderland also Guernsey, Cardiff, Hartlepool; 1874 Sunderland, 1876 mainly Sunderland, also St. Malo, Hull; 1878-83 mainly Sunderland; 1884-8 coasting and home trade
Transferred to Newcastle 1890

ASTRAEA (Formerly ASTEROID Until 1888, changed to LADY MARIETTE 1913) Reg No 92036  DCrew/92036  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay
Sail, yacht
90 tons
Crew lists: 1888-2, 1889-1, 1890-1, 1891-0, 1892-1, ----- 1903-1
Owner: 1888-92 W.W. Pilkington, Prescott, Lancs; 1903 Albert Illingworth, Heaton Hall, Bradford
Master: 1888-92 John Joseph Candon; 1903 John Morris
Voyages: pleasure cruising; sold 1914

ASTURIAS (later ARCADIAN 1923) Reg No 124669  DCrew/124669  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Belfast 1908
Reg. tons 12,015
Crew lists: 1908-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: J.D. Spooner
Voyages: Southampton to Brazil

ATALANTA Reg No 13,805  DCrew/13,805  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Steam
Reg. tons 161 (1866-171)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-4, 1868-2, 1869-2
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Co. (E.K. Corke)
Master: 1863-4 John Lewis, 3 Fanshawe Road, Southampton; 1866 William Wright Ivanhoe Villa, Park Road, Freemantle, then Robert Chas. Mabb, 2 Herman Terrace, Southampton (also 1867); 1868 William Williams, Clifford Street, Southampton; Alfred John Croft, Padwell Road, Avenue Robert Mabb, 51 St. Andrew Road; 1869 George Day, 16 Albert Street
Voyages: 1863-4 trading between Southampton, Channel Islands and St. Malo; 1866-9 between Southampton, Havre, Honfleur, Channel Islands or any port between Elbe and Brest

ATALANTA Reg No 124,469  DCrew/124,469  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1907
Built Dundee by Gourlay Bros.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 56 net, 576 gross
Crew lists: 31907-2, 1908-NA, 1909-2, 1910-1
Owner: London and S.W. Railway; 1909 G.W. Railway
Master: 1907-10 H.E. Lawrey
Voyages: 1907 Southampton; passengers between Plymouth, Torquay, Falmouth and mail tender in Plymouth Sound; 1910 passengers between Fishguard, Newquay and Aberystwyth, and Mail tender in Fishguard Bay
Transferred to London 1907

ATHENIAN Reg No 82425  DCrew/82425  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1882
Built at Whiteinch by Aitken and Mansell
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2492 net, 3877 gross
Crew lists: 1882-3, 1883-4, 1884-5, 1886-5, 1887-6, 1888-5, 1889-5, 1890-5, 1891-4, 1892-5, 1893-3, 1894-5, 1896-4, 1897-6, 1898-2, 1899-1, 1900-2, 1901-4, 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-3, 1907-2
Owner: Union Steamship Co. Ltd. Sold 1897 to Canadian Pacific Railway Company, Montreal
Master: 1882 Henry S. Warleigh and Chas. D. Connell; 1883 Hy. Warleigh; 1888-94 William Bainbridge; 1897 Martin; 1899 Coward; 1900 H. Mowatt; 1906 A. Cooper
Voyages: 1882-97 S. Africa; 1900 Vancouver, Seattle, Japan, Manila, Hong Kong, Honolulu
Sold to Japanese 1907

ATHENS Reg No 17836  DCrew/17836  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built 1856 at Dumbarton by Alexr. Denny
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 502 net, 739 gross
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company (G.G. Mercer)
Master: William Ladds, Lieut. RNR, Kelways Hotel, Southampton; R.B. Davie, Goodridge Hotel- Southampton
Voyages: Cape Mail service
Lost 1865 in Table Bay

ATRATO Reg No 13926  DCrew/13926  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1854
Steam
Reg. tons 1969
Crew lists: 1863-4, 1864-0, 1866-7, 1867-10, 1868-12, 1869-9, 1870-2, 1872-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company; 1872 John Morrison
Master: Frederick Woolley; 1867 John H. Jellicoe, Richard Revett, Ernest West; 1870 George E. Parkes; 1872 J.B. Husband
Voyages: 1863-70 W. India mail service; 1872 Melbourne

ATRATO Reg No 95512  DCrew/95512  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1888
Steam
Reg. tons 5347
Crew lists: 1890-4, 1891-7, 1892-5, 1893-5, 1894-5, 1896-5, 1897-5, 1898-6, 1899-5, 1900-6, 1901-6, 1902-6, 1903-8, 1904-0, 1906-7, 1907-10, 1908-5, 1909-6, 1910-5, 1911-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1890 Parsons; 1891 J. Brander; 1892-4 A. Gillies; 1896 L.R. Dickinson; 1897 Buckeley; 1898 Milner; 1899-1901 Powells; 1902 R.H. Stranger; 1907-9 M. Matson; 1910 J.G.K. Cheret; T.W. Watson; 1911 Richard Hicks
Voyages: Europe and W. Indies

AUK Reg No 105502  DCrew/105502  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1895
Sail
3 tons
Crew lists: 1897-1
Owner: F. Court, Southampton
Master: W. Brown, Southampton
Voyages: pleasure curising

AUSONIA Reg No 129735  DCrew/129735  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1911
Crew lists: 1911-6
Owner: Cunard Steam Ship Company Ltd
Master: E.G. Diggle
Voyages: London to Middlesborough

AUSTRALIA (Changed to DANE 1889) Reg No 63614  DCrew/63614  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1889, transferred from Greenock
Built 1870 at Greenock by Caird & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2085 net, 3646 gross
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-0, 1873-7, 1874-7, 1876-6, 1877-1, 1878-4, 1879-6, 1880-NA, 1881-7, 1882-8, 1883-6, 1884-8, -------------, 1889-1, 1890-5, 1891-3, 1892-3, 1893-1
Owner: P & O Company; 1889 Union Steam Ship Company
Master: 1871 P. Methuen; 1873 J.S. Murray; 1878 J. Murray and G.F. Gates; 1879 G.F. Gates; 1881 G.F. Gates and John Alderton; 1882-90 J. Alderton; 1891 G.M. Moloway; 1892-3 F.J. Symons
Voyages: 1870-1 mail service Southampton - Alexandria; 1873-6 India; 1877-81 New Zealand; 1882 India and Australia; 1891 S. Africa
Broken up 1894

AUSTRALIA Reg No 72349  DCrew/72349  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built Lymington by George Inman
Sail, yacht
92 tons
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-3, 1883-2
Owner: Walter Watson Hughes, 48 Porchester Terrace, Bayswater
Master: 1876-80 Frederick Rice, 1 Bath Road, Lymington; 1882-3 Harry Chas. Rickman, 3 Solent Place, Batts Road, Lymington
Voyages: yachting (1879 to Norway and Baltic)

AVALON Reg No 56760  DCrew/56760  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1880 transferred from Liverpool
Built 1850 at Ipswich
Sail, yacht
34 tons
Crew lists: 1886-1
Owner: W.H. Lean, Falmouth (formerly Alfred Pegler, Southampton)
Master: ----
Voyages: laid up
Broken up 1893

AVOCA Reg No 54691  DCrew/54691  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1866
Steam
Reg. tons 1006 net, 1480 gross
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-0, 1868-1, ------- 1874-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: John S. Joyner, Southampton; 1874 Charles Fraser
Voyages: 1866 Mediterranean mail service from Southampton; 1868 Southampton to Bombay and elsewhere in India and China seas; 1874 mail service

AVON Reg No 13,932  DCrew/13,932  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1847
Steam
Reg. tons 1151
Crew lists: 1863-3
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Frederick Reeks
Voyages: wrecked and left at Colon for sale, 7 April 1863

AVON Reg No 81623  DCrew/81623  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Sunderland 1881
Reg. tons 1417 net, 2225 gross
Crew lists: 1880-2, 1881-5, 1882-7, 1883-4, 1884-NA, 1886-4, 1887-NA, 1888-3, 1889-3, 1890-3, 1891-4, 1892-3, 1893-NA, 1894-3, 1896-3, 1897-4, 1898-NA, 1899-4, --------- 1903-6
Owner: Royal Mail Company; 1903 Ellerman Lines, Liverpool
Master: 1880 Douglas Spencer; 1881 J. Douglas Spooner, F.A. Horton; 1882 F.A. Horton and Ed. St. Edey; 1886 A.B. Bell; 1889 W.A. Milver, London; 1890-1 Henry W. Ford, London; 1892 J. Brander; 1894 H. Greaves, London; 1896 F.S. Newton, R.J. Hernaman, H.W. Beal; 1897 Horrace E. Rudge, F.S. Newton; 1899 Thomas; 1903 H.J. Boley (RM), William Attree, G. Broadbent, F.A. Petheram
Voyages: W. India mail service and Europe; 1903 Mediterranean ports to Alexandria

AVON Reg No 124665  DCrew/124665  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Belfast 1907
Reg. tons 11,073
Crew lists: 1907-13, 1908-5, 1909-0, 1910-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Dickinson
Voyages: 1908 Southampton, Brazil; 1910 Southampton to Brazil

BADSWORTH Reg No 87865  DCrew/87865  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1883
Built Southampton 1883
Steam
Reg. tons 1304 net, 1992 gross
Crew lists: 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-NA
Owner: W.Wheatley, Liverpool
Master: W.Simpson; 1884 David Stewart, Wm.Simpson
Voyages: 1883 Liverpool to Gibraltar, 1884 Liverpool to Bombay

BALCARRES BROOK Reg No 87896  DCrew/87896  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1883
Built Southampton 1883
Steam
Reg. tons 1306 net, 2001 gross
Crew lists: 1884-4, 1886-NA
Owner: Killock and Pollexfen, Liverpool
Master: William Williams
Voyages: Newport to Bombay

BALMORAL Reg No 113300  DCrew/113300  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1900
Built Ayr by McNight and Co. Ltd.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 96 net, 473 gross
Crew lists: 1900-1, 1901-NA, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-3, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-1, 1912-1, 1913-4
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S. of England Company
Masters: 1900 Grandy, W.J.Prewett; 1902-11 W.J.Prewett, 1912-13 A.Goldsmith

BALMORAL CASTLE Reg No 129074  DCrew/129074  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1910
Steam
Reg. tons 9511 net, 13360 gross
Crew lists: 1910-16, 1911-15, 1912-18, 1913-13
Owner: Union Castle Mail S.S. Co. Ltd.
Master: 1910-11 R.Rendall; 1912 T.Tyson; 1913 R.Reynolds
Voyages: Home trade, S. and E. Africa

BANGALORE Reg No 56802  DCrew/56802  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1867
Steam
Reg. tons 1178 net, 2342 gross
Crew lists: 1867-4, 1868-10 1869-12, 1870-7, 1871-9..... 1874-4, 1875-0, 1876-2 1877-0, 1878-NA
Owner: P. and O. Company
Master: 1867 E.P.G. Browne, P. and O. Offices, So'ton, then Nicholas Roskell, So'ton; 1868 Nicholas Roskell, 5 Brunswick Place, then Geo. I.Babot, So'ton; 1869 Roskell, then Babot; 1870 Roskell, then Wm.Soames; 1871 Wm.Soames, Geo. Brooks, W.C.Angone; 1874 G.C.Burne; 1876 J.C. Babot.
Voyages: 1867 Mail Service Southampton to Marseilles; 1870 Mail service to Alexandria; 1876 to India

BARBARA Reg No 2939  DCrew/2939  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, transferred from Sunderland
Built Sunderland 1830
Sail
Reg. tons 182
Crew lists: 1867-NA, 1868-3, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-4
Owner: Henry Hayward, Lymington
Master: Wm.Bond, Seaham
Voyages: 1868-71 Coal, Lymington - Sunderland; 1872 and Fecamp transferred to Sunderland 1872

BARODA Reg No 48665  DCrew/48665  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1864
Steam
Reg. tons 1232 net, 1874 gross
Crew lists: 1864-5
Owners P. and O. S.S. Co.
Master: N.W.Haselwood, Croyden
Voyages: Mediterranean Service

BASINGSTOKE Reg No 53208  DCrew/53208  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from South Sheilds
Built 1865 at Willington Quay on Tyne by Bambridge, Davey and Hopper
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 519 net, 649 gross
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-7, 1868-11, 1869-16, 1870-10, 1871-6, 1872-5, 1878-3, 1874-NA
Owner: Robert Ekless Merchant, Southampton; 1866 Southampton Steam Collier and Coal Co. Ltd; 1867, 1868, 1873 Mark Capper, So'ton 1872 Southampton Steam Collier and Coal Co. Ltd.
Master: 1867(1) C.Dawson, North Shields, (2) W.Kedgley, So'ton, and 1868, then W.H.Dashper, 19 Brunswick Square; 1871 Thomas W.Orme, Hanley Street Shirley
Voyages: 1867 Mediteranean, Cardiff, Bordeaux; 1868 Baltic, Black Sea, Home trade; 1869 Spain and France; 1870 Mediteranean; 1871 London to Baltic; 1872 London, Ireland, Riga; 1873 Shields, France, Wales, Rotterdam.
Sold foreign 1874

BASUTO Reg No 68816  DCrew/68816  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built Sunderland by R.Thompson
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 651 net, 1034 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1876 H.E.Draper
Voyages: 1876 Cape Town
Sold Foreign 1876

BATO Reg No 104034  DCrew/104034  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894, purchased from Dutchman
Built in Germany 1871
Sail
Reg. tons 196
Crew lists: 1894-2, 1896 -2, 1897-2, 1898-1, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA
Owner: 1894-8 R.S.Pearce, Southampton; 1899-1901 Robert Pearce
Master: 1894 Webb, Southampton, 1896-8 O'Leary, Littlehampton 1899-1901 Henry Lemon, Southampton
Voyages: Home trade; transferred to Whitby 1902

BEATRIX Reg No 28,104  DCrew/28,104  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860, 1868
Built Lymington 1860
Sail
64 tons (1868-108 tons)
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-0, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-NA, 1873-NA, 1874-3, 1876-3, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-0, 1883-0, 1884-0, 1885-0, 1886-0, 1887-2, 1888-0, 1889-1, 1890-1
Owners: 1868 Earl of Durham, Lambton Castle, Durham; 1880-9 H.Gerard Leigh, 23 Pont St., Belgrave Square, London; 1890 G.M.Coxhead, London
Master: 1868 Fredrick Rice, 1 Bath Road, Lymington; 1877 Wm.Pearce, Lymington; 1878-81 Abraham Blackford, 1 Solent Place, Lymington; 1887-9 Wm.B.Caines, Cowes; 1890 Henry Laigent, Brighton.
Voyages: 1868 Yachting; 1870-6 pleasure; 1877-80 Laid up at Lymington; 1881 pleasure cruising; 1889 Cowes to West Indies;
Sold foreign 1891

BEAULIEU Reg No 114536  DCrew/114536  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1901
Built Southampton by Day Summers Co.
Steam, screw, tug
Reg. tons 16 net, 57 gross
Crew lists: 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-4, 1904-2, 1906-NA, 1907-4 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owners: Ed.T. Agius Co., Southampton Ltd. (1902-13 John James Bayford managing owner for E.T. Agius)
Master: William Harris; 1903 T. Petit; 1904, 1908 Wm. Death; 1909 H. Jewiss; 1910-13 W. Death.
Voyages: Mostly Solent and nearby coasts
Broken up 1950

BEBINGTON Reg No 27449  DCrew/27449  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1850 in Belfast
Sail
Reg. tons 924 net, 941 gross
Crew lists: 1878-1
Owner: James William Temple and Walter Savill (Shaw Savill & Co.)
Master: Arthur F. Roberts, Aberdeen
Voyages: W. Indies, N. and S. America and Australia; sold and transferred to Belfast 1883

BELA (changed to IRENE 1889) Reg No 92040  DCrew/92040  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886
Built Southampton by Oswald Mardaunt and Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 25 net, 37 gross
Crew lists: 1887-2, 1888-0, 1889-0, 1890-0, 1891-0, 1892-1, 1893-0, 1894-NA 1896-0, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-1
Owner: Lathen; 1892 H. Cockerell; 1897 Gasconge, Southampton; 1899 Partwright, Leeds
Master: Lathen; 1892 D. Brooks; 1897 Woods, Southampton; 1899 Woods, Brightlingsea
Voyages: 1887 laid up, 1892 Hamburg, pleasure cruising; transferred to Grimsby 1915

BELIZE (formerly BISON) Reg No 63831  DCrew/63831  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Reg. tons 590
Crew lists: 1884-1, 1885-0, 1886-0, 1887-0, 1888-1
Owners: Royal Mail S.P.Co. Ltd.
Master: 1884 J.R. Mackenzie; 1888 D.W. Cameron
Voyages: W. Indies, N. and S. America

BELLA DONNA Reg No 51298  DCrew/51298  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built Southampton
Sail
Reg. tons 22
Crew lists: 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-NA
Owner: G. Blow, London; 1876 Wm.L. Lowe, 14 Eastcheap, London; 1879 James Lowe; 1880 Robert Lowe, 14 Eastcheap; 1883 H. Burnard Esq.
Master: Wm. Martin, New St., Billingsgate; 1883 John Clifford
Voyages: 1874-9 yachting on coast of U.K.; 1880 laid up; 1881 yachting on coast of U.K.; 1882- N. Sea
Broken up 1909

BELLADONNA (changed to ALGERIA 1892) Reg No 56132  DCrew/56132  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867
Built Crab Niton
Sail
Reg. tons 82
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1878-2, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-NA, 1884-1, 1886-2, 1887-1, 1891-NB, 1892-1, 1894-2, 1897-1
Owner: 1871 Schreidor, Windermore; 1878 Daniel Mackenley, 6 Duchess St., Portland Place, London; 1884-97 Charles Bishop
Master: 1871 J. Kelleway, Cowes; 1878-81 James Maybey, Bedford Road, Southsea; 1884-7 Wm. Matthews; 1892-7 Charles Carter, W. Cowes
Voyages: Pleasure cruising
Sold to Portugese government 1901

BELUGA Reg No 86334  DCrew/86334  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883
Built Southampton by Alfred Payne and Sons
Sail yacht
Reg. tons 43
Crew lists: 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-NA, 1899-2, 1890-2
Owner: 1884-90 J. Bennett Esq.
Master: W. Jurd
Voyages: 1884-9 pleasure cruising; 1890-2 laid up at Southampton
Sold to foreigner 1892

BELVIDERE Reg No 29886  DCrew/29886  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862
Built at Southampton
Sail
Reg. tons 63
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-NA, 1869-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-1
Owner: John Ransom, Cross House, Southampton
Master: Geo. Barnett, Longcross St. (later Bevis St. and 1 Peel St., Northam) Southampton
Voyages: 1864 Sheilds, Sunderland, Newcastle, Leith, Arbroath
1866 Arbroath, Stonehaven, London, Lydney, Portreath, Llanelly Sunderland, Peterhead, Plymouth.
1868 Sunderland, Grangemouth, Newcastle, Stonehaven, Montrose Charleston
1869 Sunderland, Stonehaven, Bowness, Penzance, Leith, Clackmannan, Portsmouth, Peterhead
1870 Coastal voyages
1871 Leith, Ryde, Dundee, Newcastle, Portsmouth. Newburgh, London, Arbroath, Kirkaldy, Shields, Clackmannan, Stonehaven
1872 London, Perth, Goole, Southampton, Fisherton, Southampton, Cockenzie, Southampton, Newcastle, Exbury, Southampton, Stirling Clackmannan, Plymouth, Southampton, Leith, Methil, London, Perth
1873 Perth, Middlesboro, Stockton, Newquay, Cardiff, Newquay, Bristol, Newport, Calstock, Plymouth, St. Clears, London, Devonport, Plymouth, Southampton, Cardiff, Par, Stockton, Middlesborough, Southampton, Plymouth, Southampton
1874 Montrose, Newcastle, London

BERWICK CASTLE Reg No 114822  DCrew/114822  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1902
Steam
Reg. tons 3787 net, 5883 gross
Crew lists: 1903-7, 1904-4, 1906-5, 1907-3, 1908-NA, 1910-2, 1911-4, 1912-6, 1913-7
Owner: 1903-11 D. Currie and Co; 1912-13 Union Castle S.S. Co.
Master: 1903 Henry M. Cruise, 1906 T.T. Robinson, 1910 E. Day, 1911 E.J. Hall, 1913 W.B. Dyer
Voyages: Within prescribed limits

BESSIE Reg No 13,903  DCrew/13,903  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Sail
29 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1868-1, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-3, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-0, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-0, 1893-0, 1894-2, 1896-0, 1897-0, 1898-2, 1900-2, 1901-1, 1907-2
Owner: E. Hooper, Chapel Road, Southampton, Merchant; 1883 E. Hooper then E. Ashby, Northam; 1891 Hooper and Ashby, Northam; George Widger, Northam; 1898 G. Widger, Northam, Southampton
Master: Joseph Roe, Leap; 1867 E. Roe; 1869 Edward Rowe, Beaulieu; 1872 E. Rowe, Exbury; 1877 Tom Rowe, Woolston; 1883-94 James Hoskins, Milbank Street, Northam; 1898 Mr. Hoskins; 1899-1900 Mr. Young; 1907 Geo. Pullinger
Voyages: Solent area, sometimes to Portland

BESSIE Reg No 68832  DCrew/68832  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
Built at Itchen Ferry by W.S. Luke, engines by Guy and Adams, West Cowes
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 52 net, 77 gross
Crew lists: 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-4, 1878-1, 1879-NA, 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-3, 1884-2, 1886-0, 1887-1
Owner: 1874 Earl of Harrington, Derby; 1878 Lt. Col. A.J.L. Freemantle, 5 Tilney Street, Park Lane, London; 1880 ditto; 1887 H.G. Walkins Inn Esq., Hants.
Master: 1874 Thomas Lashmar; 1876-81 Henry Wadley, 3 Clifton Terrace; 1882-3 Alfred Bailey; 1884-7 A.P.J. Freemantle
Voyages: 1874 yachting off coast; 1876 Cowes - Norway; 1877 Colchester via Lisbon to Mediteranean, laid up at Cowes; 1878, 1880 laid up at Cowes; 1881 ditto and pleasure cruising to Mediteranean and Black Seas; 1882 laid up, then yachting around Europe and Mediterranean; 1883-4 laid up in Southampton water; 1887 Trading inside I.W.
Sold to foreigners 1887

BEWLEY Reg No 26218  DCrew/26218  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862 transferred to Dover 1866
Built 1832 in Sunderland
Sail
184 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2
Owner: Wm. Hill, 1 Winkle Street, Southampton; July 1866 R.H. Jones, Dover
Master: Francis Bravey, Elm Cottage, Belvidere Terrace, Southampton July 1866 Thomas B. Mawksfield, Dover
Voyages: 1863-7 to Sunderland; 1864 12 to Sunderland; 1866 regularly to Sunderland and Shields

BILLY Reg No 114550  DCrew/114550  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Sail
31 tons
Crew lists: 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1905-0, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-1
Owner: C. Kendall, Cross House, Southampton
Master: C. Kendall
Voyages: 1908 Trading in Southampton Water; 1909-11 dumb barge, between Southampton, Portsmouth and I.W.

BLACK EYED SUSAN Reg No 1399  DCrew/1399  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859, transferred from Weymouth
Built 1853 at Maryport
Sail
148 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-1, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-Reg. Bideford
Owner: Thomas Kemp, 1 Richmond Street So'ton; 1874 R. Cocks, Appledore
Master: Robert Kemp, 1 Richmond Street So'ton; 1866-7 Thomas M. Hulman, 30 Paget Street, So'ton; 1870 Frank Kemp; 1871 Frank Kemp then Edward Kemp; 1872 ditto; 1873 Charles Coughlin, So'ton
Voyages: 1863 Jan-June 6 voyages to Cardiff and back
1863 July-Dec 5 voyages to Cardiff and back
1864, 1866 trading to S. Wales
1867 voyages to Newport
1868-9 between Newport and Southampton carrying coal
1870-2 carrying ballast and coal between Southampton and Newport
1873 So'ton - Newport and back 4 times then S.-Cardiff and back 6.5 times
1874 Cardiff - So'ton - Cardiff - So'ton; then laid up for 3 months; from end of June general coast trading between England and France; transferred to Bideford 1877

BLACK PEARL Reg No 92029  DCrew/92029  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built at Culzean, Ayrshire
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 114 net, 240 gross
Crew lists: 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-3, 1890-3, 1891-3, 1892-2 1893-1, 1894-NA
Owner: 1886-93 Earl of Pembroke, Wilton House
Master: 1886-93 R. Bond, Southampton
Voyages: Pleasure cruising
Sold to an American 1895

BOKHARA Reg No 68397  DCrew/68397  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1873
Steam
Reg. tons 1775 net, 2944 gross
Crew lists: 1874-9, 1876-7, 1877-6, 1878-5, 1879-4, 1880-5, 1881-1, 1882-1, 1883-0, 1884-9, 1886-7, 1887-7, 1888-4, 1889-NA, 1890-1, 1891-0, 1892-3
Owner: P. and O. S.S. Co.
Master: 1874-80 W.D. Anderson (1879 with J. Opman, 1880 with W.J. Webber) 1881 M. Johnson; 1882-7 H. Weighel; 1888-91 W.J. Nautis; 1892 Charles Sams
Voyages: Mail service to Far East; wrecked off Sand Island
Pescadores group 10 Oct. 1892

BONNIE LASS Reg No 69813  DCrew/69813  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890, transferred from Yarmouth
Built 1874 at Lowestoft
Sail
55 tons
Crew list: 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-1, 1900-2, 1901-1, 1902-2, 1903-1, 1904-2, 1906-3, 1907-NA, 1908-2
Owner: 1890-4 James Lock, Warsash; 1896 Charles Tabit, Bosham; 1897-1902 H.Jeffery, Bosham; 1903-4 James Lock; 1908 J.R.Dickenson.
Master: 1890 Wm.Distin, Warsash; 1891 Hiram Spencer; 1892, Wm. Batchelor;
1893-4 Charles Coffin; 1896 Charles Tabit; 1897-1900 J.Coombes;
1901 Jeffery; 1903-4 James Bowman; 1908 W.Godwin.
Voyages: 1890 trawling on North Devon Coast Jan. to April then laid up in Hamble river; 1891 dredging in N. Sea; 1892-3 dredging in Caen Bay and laid up; 1896-1901 fishing, dredging and laid up; wrecked 1908

BOURNEMOUTH QUEEN Reg No 124501  DCrew/124501  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1908
Built Troon by Alisa Shipbuilding Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 138 net, 352 gross
Crew lists: 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-NA
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S. of England R.M.S.P. Co. Ltd.
Master 1909 W.J.Prewett; 1910-2 Albert Edward Jones.
Voyages: Home trade, passenger service
Sold to Belgians 1958

BOYNE Reg No 65634  DCrew/65634  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1871
Steam
Reg. tons 2084 net, 3318 gross
Crew lists: 1873-8
Owner: Royal Mail S. P. Co.
Master 1873 Fredrick Reeks
Voyages: Cape and American mail service

BOYNE Reg No 77003  DCrew/77003  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1877
Built in Southampton
Steam
Reg. tons 1337 net, 1402 gross
Crew lists: 1878-1, 1897-1
Owner: James Nourse, 50 Lime Street, London
Master: 1878-9 John Kelly
Voyages: 1878 Calcutta, New Zealand and W. Coast of America
1879 Christchurch, New Zealand.; New Zealand, Australia, India W. Indies, America

BRANWEN Reg No 119727  DCrew/119727  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1905
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 64 net, 122 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1, 1907-3, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-0, 1911-1, 1912-4, 1913-NA
Owner: 1906 Lord Howard de Walden; 1907-8 Thomas Selwyn Scott Ellis;
1909 Lord Howard de Walden; 1911-12 Capt. Alwyn Foster
Master: 1906 James Bryant; 1907-9 Joseph Grove; 1911-12 G.D. Harnett
Voyages: Cruising
Sold to Egyptian 1949

BRILLIANT Reg No 47981  DCrew/47981  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built at Southampton
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 250 net, 330 gross
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1866-NA, 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869--2, 1870-1, 1871-2.... 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-1.... 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-0, 1887-NA, 1888-2.... 1892-1
Owner: George H. Ackels, Moreton Hall, Congleton, Cheshire (1867); 1876-92 B.Samuelson M.P., Banbury (56 Princes Gate, London)
Master: Edw. Wm. Main, Bevois Hill, Southampton; 1871 same; 1874 same, of "The Hawthorns", Portswood; 1883-4 Thomas Meades; 1888, 1892 James Berry, Southampton
Voyages: 1864 Cruising around coasts of England, Ireland, Scotland, France; 1867 Channel Is., France, Belgium, Holland, Prussia, Hamburg, Heligoland and coasts of England and Wales;
1869 Channel Is., Belgium, Holland, Hebrides (laid up Jan. - July);
1870 Pleasure cruising British and Fench coasts;
1871 Laid up ½ year; Southampton, Thames, Schelde, Helvoelslays, Nieuwediess, Hamburg, English and Irish coasts;
1872 Gibraltar, Spain, Algeria, Tunis, Sicily, Malta, Italy, Marseilles, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Crete, Ionian Islands, Italy, Sicily, Corsica, Toulon, Marseilles, Gibraltar, Vigo, Corunna, England, Scotland, W. Hebrides, Southampton; on cruie Jan. 1872 to Nov. 1874;
1876 Cruising British and French coasts; 1878 cruising England and Mediteranean; 1878 Copenhagen, Cronstadt, Stockholm, Keil
1883-4 British and French coasts
1888 Mediteranean, Baltic, Red and Black Seas
1892 Yachting July to Sept.

BRISK Reg No 21545  DCrew/21545  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1851
Sail
37 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-0, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1894-2
Owner: Thomas Masters, Southampton; 1888 Smith and Burt, Swanage; 1891, 1994 Frank Smith, Dorset;
Master: Thos. Masters; 1883 same; 1887 Smith; 1888-9 Frank Smith, Eastbrook, Swanage; 1890 Henry Hicks Burk, Swanage, Frank Smith, 1891-4 Frank Smith, Dorset
Voyages: 1863 Portland and ports to Newhaven; 1866-7 ditto; 1867 Dartmouth to Plymouth to Southampton, Portland, Portsmouth, Newhaven, Poole, Portland, Newhaven, Swanage, Shoreham. Weymouth
1868 13 voyages between Portland, Dartmouth and Ransgate
1869 Southampton and Portland, Portsmouth to Plymouth;
1870 coastal as before; 1871-3 coastal between Portsmouth and Portland; 1876 Plymouth, Southampton, Portland, Teignmouth, Portsmouth, Truro, Swanage; 1877 ditto; 1878 Portsmouth, Swanage and I.W.; 1879 ditto; 1880 Caen, Poole, Plymouth, Portland;
1883 ditto; 1887 Lulworth; 1888 S. coast - Bridport, Poole, London, Swanage, Bursledon, Gosport, Swanage, Poole, Plymouth, St. Helen's;
1889-91, 1894 ditto

BRITTANIA Reg No 51286  DCrew/51286  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built 1851 at London
Sail
52 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-3, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-2, 1876-2
Owner: George and Charles Molland, blockmakers, Southampton 1871-2 F.W. Spencer, Portswood; 1875 Thomas Smart, Bosham
Master: John Hoskin, Southampton. (1868, then of Bosham)
1871-2 F.W. Spencer (1872 also David Major)
1873, 1875 Wm.Baker, Fishbourne
Voyages: 1866 coastal trade to S. and S.W. ports
1867 Portland, Portsmouth, W. Hartlepool, Portland
1868 Trading between Portland and Portsmouth
1869 Ballast and stone, Portsmouth, Portland, London, Fareham and Poole
1870-1 Trading between Portsmouth and Poole
1872 Shoreham, Plymouth, Parr, Portsmouth, Poole, Teignmouth, Lyme, Plymouth, Southampton, laid up till October, London, Dunkirk, London, Rochester, Portsmouth
1873 Southampton, Poole (light), London (clay), Weymouth (manure), Poole (light), London (clay), Poole (manure), London, Stockton, Chichester, Poole, London, Southampton, Weymouth, Plymouth, Southampton, Poole, London
1874 London, Dover, Weymouth, Portland, Portsmouth, London, Brading, Poole, London, also Bosham and Brading
1875 voyages to Poole, London, Littlehampton, Saundersfoot
1876 Bosham, Poole, London, Fareham, Portsmouth, Chichester, Hartlepool
Sunk about 1883

BRITON Reg No 29,884  DCrew/29,884  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861 (and 1865)
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 928 net, 1163 gross
Crew lists: 1864-4, 1866-3, 1867-NA, 1868-6, 1869-6, 1870-8, 1871-6, 1872-2, 1873-6
Owner: Union Steam Sh. Co. Ltd. (agent G.G. Mercer)
Master: John Boyer, 14 Oxford St., Southampton; 1868 R.W.Ker, East Park Terrace (Leiut RN.R.); 1869 G.R.Vyvyan, Woolston; 1871 same and Hy.S. Warsleigh, 7 Peninsular Tce.;
1872 H.E. Draper, Brighton Terrace; 1873 F.A.Coathupe and SR.P.Caines
Voyage: Mail service to Cape;
Sold to government 1873

BRITON Reg No 106919  DCrew/106919  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1897
Built Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, twin, screw
Reg. tons 5154 net, 10,248 gross
Crew lists: 1900-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd. 1900 Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. Ltd.
Master: E. J. Griffin
Voyage: Southampton to Natal;
Sold to Italians 1926

BRITTANNIA Reg No 68817  DCrew/68817  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built Southampton by D.G. Hatcher and Co.
Sail
27 tons
Crew lists: 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-1, 1894-1
Owner: 1881 Francis Rhodes Hartwell, Co. Down, Ireland; 1882 R.P.Lavery Withington, Manchester; 1883 same, Woodville; 1894 same
Master: Charles Mountfield, Walton, Essex; 1882 same, Hardway, Gosport; 1883 John Sweetenham, East Cowes, 1894 same
Voyages: 1881 yachting; 1882 under repair; 1883 voyage to Cowes;
1894 cruising

BRITTANY Reg No 74990  DCrew/74990  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, 1883, 1888
Built Cubitt Town, Middlesex by James
Ash & Co; lenghtened 1883 by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 350 net, 528 gross (1888 - 283 net, 624 gross)
Crew lists: 1869-4, 1870-5, 1871-6, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1874-4, 1876-3, 1877-3, 1878-3, 1879-0, 1880-5, 1881-1 (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)- 1892-0 1893-1
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: Wm. Turtle; 1870 Thos.Merrell, Robt.C.Mabb; 1871 J.H. Knight, Merrell; 1872-6 Merrell; 1877-8 George Allix; 1880 Allix, Mabb; 1881 Mabb; 1882-3 W.Williams; 1886-90 H.D.Mortimer; 1891 G.H.Lewis
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Broken up 1901

BROMSGROVE Reg No 62477  DCrew/62477  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870, transferred from Sunderland
Built 1868 by J.R.Oswald, Sunderland at Pallion, Co. Durham
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 427 net, 658 gross
Crew lists: 1871-5, 1872-4, 1873-3, 1874-4, 1876-6, 1877-2, 1878-3, 1879-NA, 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-3, 1896-2, 1897-NA
Owner: John George Hill of Sunderland, shipowner, William Hill and James Ledger Hill, merchants; 1888-92 J.G.Hill, Sunderland; 1893 Jn.Hill; 1894 and 1896 same
Master: 1871 C. Darrel; 1872 same and W.W.Hodgson, Sunderland; 1874, 1876-7 same; 1878 W.W.Hodgson and Thos.W.Orme, Suffolk Villa, Lower St. Denys Rd., Southampton; 1888-96 Brodie Philip, Sunderland
Voyages: 1871 S., Sunderland and Cardiff till June, then foreign; 1872 Southampton - Cardiff; 1873 14 voyages S. - Cardiff, 1 voyage Cardiff - Havre and back, 19 voyages S. - Cardiff; 1874 Cardiff - Havre also to Sunderland, London, Newport; 1876 Rouen, Havre, Portsmouth, Cardiff; 1876-8 U.K. ports, Hamburg and Brest; 1888-96 Home trade mainly So'ton to Sunderland, Hartlepool, Cardiff or Newport. Transferred to Sunderland 1879; back to Southampton 1888 and again to Sunderland 1897

BRUNETTE Reg No 76181  DCrew/76181  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Portsmouth 1878
Sail
159 tons
Crew lists: 1908-1
Owner: White Bros.
Master: Wm. L.Harris
Voyages: from Southampton, yachting for 3 months, U.K. and Europe

CAESAREA Reg No 56130  DCrew/56130  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, 1874, 1884
Built Glasgow 1867 by Aitken and Maunsel, engines by Day Summers, Southampton
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 210 net, 407 gross (1884 - 250 net, 467 gross)
Crew lists: 1867-4.... 1870-4, 1871-6, 1873-4, 1874-4. 1876-2, 1877-2 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1 (1882-3 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1867 G.B.Clement; 1870 Thos.Merrell, Alfred John Cross; 1872, 1874 George Day; 1874, 1879-81 James Heathcote; 1882-3 Wm. Gregory
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Sunk by collision off Cape La Hague, 1 crewman lost, 27 June 1884

CALEDONIA (changed from HOGARTH 1878) Reg No 70456  DCrew/70456  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878
Built 1876 at Port Glasgow by Cunliffe and Dunlop
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 312 net, 538 gross
Crew lists: 1879-1, 1880-2, 1881-1
Owner: L.S.W. Railway Co. (1880 E.K.Corke, agent)
Master: 1879 Thos. Lawson, Wyndham Villa, Bevois Mount, So'ton; 1880 same and Wm. Gregory, Spring Cottage, Steila Road, Freemantle; 1881 Thos. Lainson, 1 Sidney Villas, Cambridge Road
Voyages: Channel Islands, St. Malo, Cherbourg;
Wrecked 19.2.81 off Jersey

CALLER-OU Reg No 50393  DCrew/50393  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Sail
Reg. tons 22
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1891-2, 1892-0, 1893-2, 1894-4, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1907-1, 1908-1
Owner: John Nicholls, 29 Bugle Street; 1878 Wm.Nicholls, 12 Gloucester Sq.; 1886-7 same; 1888-93 Wm.Nicholls Senr.; 1896-1908 Mr. Nicholls, jun.
Master: 1871 John Nicholls, 8 Bugle St.; 1876 Jn.Nicholls, 40 Bugle St.; 1878-94 same; 1896-1908 Jn.Nicholls jun., 8 Bugle St.
Voyages: Pilot service

CAMBRIA Reg No 110199  DCrew/110199  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Sail
Reg. tons 66 net
Crew lists: 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-0, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1901-13 E.J. and W. Goldsmith Ltd.
Master: 1901 C.Wagham; 1902-10 E. Parsons; 1911-13 Walter Burt
Voyages: London, Portsmouth, Southampton, Ipswich, Rochester, general cargo

CAMBRIAN Reg No 28108  DCrew/28,108  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860
Built Deptford Green by Charles Longley
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 868 net, 1054 gross
Crew lists: 1863-5, 1864-6, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-8, 1869-6, 1870-6, 1871-8, 1872-NA
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company
Master: Ed. Baynton, Trafalgar Lodge, Shirley and Wm.Strutt; 1864 Wm.Ladds, Lieut R.N., 5 Bellevue Tce.; 1866 R.D.Davie; 1868 G.F.Snart, 19 Oxford St., Southampton and C.D.Coxwell, Gest Cottage, Shirley; 1869 C.D.Coxwell; 1870 same and H.H.Hammond, Pelham Villa, Portswood
Voyages: Cape mail service;
Sold abroad 1872

CAMELION Reg No 51299  DCrew/51299  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built at Lymington, date unknown; Famerly Revenue Cruiser
Sail
49 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-2, 1868-3, 1869-2, 1870-NA
Owner: Charles Molland, blockmaker and others; 1866-9 G.Valler, High Street, Southampton
Master: W.C.Parrett, Southampton; 1867-8 John Draper, Itchen Ferry;
1869 J.E.Jackson, Redbridge
Voyages: 1866 coastal; 1867 Jan. - May between S. and Montrose carrying fish; June - Dec., Newcastle, Plymouth, Swansea, St. Malo, London; 1868 coastal Jan. - June; fish between Norway and England June - July; laid up July - Dec.; 1869 S., Guernsey, London, Montrose

CANDIA Reg No 674  DCrew/674  No Date

Contents:
Steam?
Reg. tons 1347
Crew lists: 1871-1 (part of the logbook of 48666 "Delhi" was used for "Candia" when ship's log had been sent to Calcutta with most of the crew for signing off: ship at Alexandria, Jan. 1871 - see log of "Delhi" dated 28 July 1870 p. 21.)
Owner: P. and O. Company?
Master: P.S.Murray
Voyages: European waters

CAPE CLEAR Reg No 72357  DCrew/72357  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built Southampton by Day and Summers
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 98 net, 168 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-1
Owner: 1876 Wm. Henry Wynne Hall, London; 1877 The Borneo Corp., 28 Fenchurch Street, London
Master: 1876 Wm.Henry Wynne Hall; 1877 John Roy, Bedford Place
Voyages: 1877 Bangkok; transferred to London 1877

CARIAD Reg. (name changed to FIDRA 1913) Reg No 105,513  DCrew/105,513  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896, 1912, 1913
Built Southampton by Summers and Payne.
Sail, yacht (1913 screw, auxiliary, motor)
74 tons (1913 Reg. tons 69 net, 74 gross)
Crew lists: 1896-1, 1906-1, 1913-2
Owner: Earl Dunraven, Adare Manor, Co. Limerick; 1906 Capt. C.F.Dixon Johnson, Croft, Darlington; 1913 F.Chaplin
Master: 1896 Earl Dunraven; 1906 Capt. C.F.Dixon Johnson; 1913 B.F.Edwards
Voyages: Yachting;
Sold to Frenchman 1910; Sold foreign 1919

CARIAD Reg No 114578  DCrew/114578  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903
Built Southampton by Summers and Payne
Sail
86 tons
Crew lists: 1913-1
Owner: Earl Dunraven, 22 Norfolk St., London
Master: B.L. Smith

CARISBROOKE Reg No 72360  DCrew/72360  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built Glasgow by Barday and Co. engines by same
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 117 net, 198 gross
Crew lists: 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-0, 1890-4, 1891-2
From 1880 these include other ships of the company when crews were to be employed on several vessels:-
MEDINA 13860 (to 1883), GEM 25119 (to 1883), LADY OF THE LAKE 43772 (to 1888), LORD OF THE ISLES 29100 (to 1888), VECTIS 56125, SOUTHAMPTON 62236, PRINCE LEOPOLD 72361, PRINCESS BEATRICE 82408, PRINCESS HELENA (from 1883), HER MAJESTY 90419 (from 1886), SOLENT QUEEN 97201 (from 1890), PRINCE OF WALES 98550 (1891)
Owner: Southampton, I.W and S. Eng. Company (Red Funnel)
Master: 1878 John Beazley; (1880-91 the following are given as masters of the various ships:- John Beazley, George Bullmore, George Clark, Charles Cottrell, James Cottrell, Henry Cutting, Robert Davis, Thomas Gandy, George Jenman, John Muston, James Short, J. Vaughan)
Voyages: Southampton, Portsmouth, I.W., Channel ports, mostly passenger and mail
Transferred to Liverpool 1907

CARLOTTA Reg No 68821  DCrew/68821  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built Lymington by Geo. Inman, engines by Hayball, Lymington
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 37
Crew lists: 1874-1
Owner: -----
Master: Frederick Jenkins
Voyages: pleasure; transferred to Inverness 1877

CARMEN (name changed to SEA QUEEN 1901) Reg No 90408  DCrew/90408  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884 (and 1901)
Built Port Glasgow by J.Reid and Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 67 net, 141 gross
Crew lists: 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-3,..... 1906-1
Owner: 1890 Thos.Wood Esq., Gwernyfed Park, Breconshire; 1891-2 A.C.Kennard
Master: 1890 Thos.Derham. E.Cowes; 1891-2 A.C.Kennard
Voyages: 1889 cruising; 1890 July - Sept. yachting; Sept. - Dec. laid up at Cowes; 1891 for use anywhere; 1892 yachting;
Sold to Austrian 1893; Sold to Belgian 1906

CARNARVON Reg No 90411  DCrew/90411  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884
Built Southampton by Day Summers and Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 46 net, 103 gross
Crew lists: 1884-1, 1894-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: H.C.Reynell (?); 1894 Mr. Smith, Port Natal
Voyages: 1884 and 1894 S. to Port Alfred, Cape;
Sold to Portugese 1896

CAROLINE Reg No 22948  DCrew/22948  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, transferred from London
Built 1840 at Dartmouth
Sail
149 tons
Crew lists: 1867-1, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-NA, 1872-NA, 1873-2, 1874-2
Owner: 1867 Thos.Kemp, 1 Richmond Street Southampton; 1869 John Kemp
Master: 1867-70 John Kemp, same address
Voyages: S. to Newport; 1869 laid up Jan. to March; coals and ballast between S. and Newport; 1870 16 voyages S. and Newport, coals and ballast; 1873 Newport - S. - Penarth;
1874 Penarth - S.;
Register closed 1886

CARONI Reg No 118638  DCrew/118638  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Newcastle 1904
Steam
Crew lists: 1904-1, 1906-7, 1907-5, 1908-7, 1909-6, 1910-NA, 1911-NA, 1912-6, 1913-5
Owner: Royal Mail Co.
Master: Chas.F.Laws; 1906 Wm.Barrett; 1907 J.Matthew; 1908 R.L.Daniel; 1909 J.A.Mackenzie; 1912 Wakeman; 1913 J.A.Hill
Voyages: 1908 London to Europe; 1909 coastal U.K.; 1912 within presented limits; 1913 London to W.Indies

CASSANDRA (name changed to "ILIONA" 1899) Reg No 93187  DCrew/93187  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1892, transferred from Glasgow
Built 1886 at Culzean, Ayr.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 36 net, 81 gross
Crew lists: 1898-1
Owner: J.H.Huth, Eaglehurst, Fawley
Master: Arthur Ewens, Southampton
Voyages: yachting; Broken up 1931

CASSANDRA Reg No 110257  DCrew/110257  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Built Southampton by Day Summers and Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Crew lists: 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-NA, 1906-1, 1909-1
Owner: 1899-1903 Mr.Huth, Eaglehurst, Fawley; 1906, 1909 James Clark Neill
Master: Arthur Ewens; 1906, 1909 Dugald Turner
Voyages: cruising; sold to Italian 1912

CASSELL Reg No 98926  DCrew/98926  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1891
Built at Southampton 1891
Steam (95 h.p.)
Reg. tons 257
Crew lists: 1891-2
Owner: Weatherley Mead and Co., St. Dunstans Hill, London
Master: R.T.Reynolds
Voyages: London to Dunkirk and other European and U.K. ports

CATALAN Reg No 110191  DCrew/110191  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1899
Steam (65 h.p.)
Reg. tons 192, gross 456
Crew lists: 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1908-13 Topham, Jones and Railton Ltd.
Master: 1908 Wm. Greaves; 1909-10 Garnett; 1911-12 F.S.Calbourne; 1913 James Browne
Voyages: Home trade, South coast

CATALINA Reg No 118640  DCrew/118640  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Newcastle 1904
Steam
Reg. tons 1667 net, 2625 gross
Crew lists: 1903-2, 1904-1, 1906-4, 1907-4, 1908-0, 1909-5, 1910-NA, 1911-NA, 1912-4, 1913-4
Owner: Royal Mail S.S.Co.
Master: 1903-7 E.Cheret; 1909 Walker Parker; 1912 Jos. Green
Voyages: West Indies trade; 1913 London to Brazil via Newport

CATCH ME Reg No 21279  DCrew/21279  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, transferred from Hartlepool
Built 1855 in Norway
Sail
105 tons
Crew lists: 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-NA.
Owner: (in register - Alfred Pegler, goldsmith); 1867 D.Corke, 38 Bugle St.; 1870 J.J.Burnett, High St.
Master: 1867 H.Williams, Liverpool; James Morley, Victoria Tce. May 1867-1871 Dec, Llanelly
Voyages: 1867 Bristol and Llanelly; 1868-71 Llanelly; transferred to Sunderland 1873

CATHAY Reg No 65702  DCrew/65702  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1872, Glasgow 1875
Steam
Reg. tons 1884 net, 2983 gross
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-3, 1874-8, 1875-0, 1876-5, 1877-6, 1878-NA, 1879-4, 1880-5, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-0, 1884-5, 1886-5, 1887-4, 1888-7, 1889-0, 1890-0, 1891-1, 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-NA
Owner: P. and O. Company
Master: 1872 Robert Dundas and W.B.Hall; 1876-7 R.Dundas; 1879 R.Dundas and Raymond Harvey; 1880 same and A.N.Johnson; 1881, 1884 W.M.Robbie; 1886 Hassall; 1887 E.Andrews, London; 1888 Hassall, London; 1891-3 Alfred Symons
Voyages: 1872 mail service, China; 1873-81 Bombay; 1884-6 New Zealand colonies; 1887-93 London, Antwerp

CATHERINE Reg No 53084  DCrew/53084  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, transferred from Sunderland (re-registered 1873)
Built 1865 at Sunderland
Sail
192 tons
Crew lists: 1869-4, 1870-3, 1871-NA, 1872-2, 1873-4
Owner: 1870 F.H.Rosoman; later John Chisholm
Master: 1870 Thos Shelley then Geo.Samway both of Southampton; 1872-3
Thos Shelley (Sebastapol Cottage, then Oakbank Cottages, Itchen)
Voyages: 1869 reg. Sunderland, laid up for sale previous to June 1869, then sailed to Southampton; 1870 Southampton and Sunderland, voyage from Cardiff to Alexandria began Aug. 1869 and ended June 1870; 1872 Southampton, Sunderland, Llanelly, Littlehampton; 1873 Littlehampton, Sunderland, S., Swansea, Dieppe, Greenock, Troon, Dieppe, Shields, S., Guernsey, London, Shields, Cherbourg, Guernsey, London, Shields, Dartmouth, Guernsey; transferred to Guernsey 1873

CAWDOR CASTLE Reg No 114823  DCrew/114823  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1902
Steam
Crew lists: 1903-7, 1904-4, 1906-6, 1907-4, 1908-NA, 1909-1, 1910-3, 1911-4, 1912-6, 1913-5
Owner: Donald Currie and Co., later Union Castle Co.
Master: 1906 J.N.Culverwell; 1907 A.F.Marshall; 1909 F.F.Mosely; 1910-3 E.Day
Voyages: "Within prescribed limits" (S. African ports)

CAXTON Reg No 87919  DCrew/87919  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1883
Built 1883 at Southampton
Steam
Reg. tons 1793 net, 2783 gross
Crew lists: 1884-1
Owner: Lamport and Holt, Liverpool
Master: John Askew
Voyages: Liverpool to continental ports and America

CAYMAN Reg No 7890  DCrew/7890  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1847
Yacht
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1871-1
Owner: R.Baxendale, Welwyn, Harts; 1871 B. Nicholson, Gosport
Master: Jacob Atthill, West Cowes; 1871 John Liddell
Voyages: yachting, U.K. shores

CECILIA (formerly NERISSA) Reg No 97653  DCrew/97653  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1910, transferred from Gloucester
Built Glasgow 1890
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 53 net, 137 gross
Crew lists: 1912-2
Owner: Sir C.Wyndham Murray
Master: W. Reeves
Voyages: 1912 laid up at Southampton; 1913 cruising; broken up 1946

CELT Reg No 25147  DCrew/25147  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855 (again 1862)
Built at Rotterhithe 1855
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 426 net, 550 gross (in 1862 449 and 592)
Crew lists: 1863-3, 1864-1
Owner: Union Steam Collier Co.; 1862 re-reg. Union Steam Ship Co.; sold to Chas.Lungley of Deptford Green, Kent, Shipbuilder 1862; sold to foreigners 1864
Master: S.S.Cook, Southampton
Voyages: 1863(1) ?, (2) London, Havre, New York, America, (3) Liverpool to Matamoras and back; 1864 Swansea to Madeira and other parts of Europe and Mediteranean

CELT Reg No 51296  DCrew/51296  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, 1870, 1873
Built 1865 at Millwall by shipbuilding Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1078 net, 1438 gross (1870-n.1044, g.1681 1873-n.1370, g.2098)
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-6, 1868-9, 1869-6, 1870-NA, 1871-6, 1872-6, 1873-6, 1874-5
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1867-8 Edw.G.Baynton, Trafalgar Lodge, Shirley; 1869 same and Fred.Waldeck; 1870 same; 1872 A.C.Davie, 44 S. Quay, Yarmouth and H.S. Warleigh, 7 Peninsular Tce.; 1873 H.Warleigh and Henry Draper, 3 Brighton Tce.; 1874 A.J.Garrett, Summerhill, Hill Lane
Voyages: Cape mail service; wrecked at Long Bay. Capetown 1875

CERES Reg No 62411  DCrew/62411  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886, transferred from Poole (re-reg. 1922)
Built 1869 at Poole
Sail
51 tons
Crew lists: 1887-2, 1888-NA, 1889-NA, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-0, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1903-NA, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1887-1900 John Scovell, Jun, Hamble (later Southampton); 1904 A.N.Fisher, London; 1907-8 J.R.Dickinson; 1909-11 C.Saunders 131 High St.; 1912 C.Spencer; 1913 Jos. Bowman
Master: 1887-93 Robt. Williams, Hamble: 1896-1901 E.French, Hamble; 1904 G. Scovell, Hamble; 1907-9 E.French; 1910 J. Woods; 1911-13 C.Saunders
Voyages: 1887 fishing; 1890-1 lobster fishing; 1892-3 lobster dredging in N. sea; 1896-1913 fishing

CEYLON Reg No 22173  DCrew/22173  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1858
Tonnage: 1374 (1879 1143 net, 2110 gross)
Steam
Crew lists: 1863-8, 1864-0, 1866-4, 1867-12, 1868-8, 1869-10, 1870-12, 1871-NA, 1872-10, 1873-7, 1874-0, 1876-0, 1877-NA, 1878-0, 1879-4, 1880-0, 1881-2, 1882-2
Owner: P. and O. Company
Master: R.W.Evans, Milton Road, Woolston; Geo.Babot; Alfred Coleman, Warnfleet Lodge, Park Road, So'ton; P.S.Tomlin, 60 Bedford Place, So'ton; 1870 R.W.Evans; N.Soames; 1872 R.W.Evans; 1873 Rbt.Methuen; E.Christian: 1879 Geo.Stan. Brooks; 1881 Hy.Wyatt; L.Janson; 1882 R.D.Lunham
Voyages: 1866 Mediterranean; 1869-73 mail service, Gibralter and Mediterranean; 1879 Med. and India, China, Japan, Australia; 1881 same; 1882 cruising and Azores, Canaries, Madeira

CHALLENGER Reg No 11,708  DCrew/11,708  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Waterford 1839, transferred to Southampton 1867
Sail
134 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1867-2, 1869-2, 1870-3, 1872-2, 1877-2, 1878-2
Owner: 1863-4 Wm.Angel, Cardiff; 1867 Hy.Taylor and Wm.H.Newett, Liverpool, later D.Cork, 38 Bugle St.; 1869 J.J.Burnett, 2 High St.
Master: 1867 (1) Thos. Johns, Liverpool, (2) Hy. Williams, Liverpool 1869 Hy. Williams, Llanelly; 1870 H.W. then Wm. Hughs, Llanelly
Voyages: 1863-4 Mediterranean, Black and Baltic Seas and N. America; 1867 Dublin, Liverpool, Llanelly, Hartlepool; 1869 coastal, Wales to Southampton; 1870 Southampton, Swansea, Llanelly and Cherbourg; 1871 S.-Swansea, Llanelly; 1872,1877 same; 1878 Llanelly, Cowes Honfleur

CHAMPION Reg No 21509  DCrew/21509  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built 1839 at Cowes
Sail
35 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2
Owner: Thos. Hardy, Swanage; Weeks, Swanage
Master: Thos. Hardy; 1876 Robert Keynes, Swanage
Voyages: 1866 stone trade, Portland and Swanage to London and Shoreham; 1867 So'ton, Swanage, Shoreham, Portsmouth; 1868 flour trade from Swanage, coastwise; 1869 London and Swanage; 1870 London, Poole, Shoreham, So'ton; 1871 Swanage, Shoreham, London; 1872 stone trade; 1873 Swanage, So'ton, Swanage, Portsmouth, repairs until May, Swanage, London, Poole, Swanage, London, stone trading Swanage, London; Swanage Shoreham, Newhaven, London, Portsmouth, Poole, Exeter; 1876-7 trading inside I.W.; lost on Shingles 1878

CHARLES NAPIER Reg No 24216  DCrew/24216  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
Sail
102 tons (1891 - 95 tons)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-1, 1870-0, 1871-4, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1880-2, 1886-2, 1887-3, 1888-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1
Owner: J. Ransom, Belvidere Yard, Crosshouse, Southampton; 1887 same; 1888-93 James Dible and Son (successor to J. Ransom), Belvidere Yard
Master: Henry Kent, 37 Alfred St.; 1866 James Cooper, Stanford St.; 1870 Geo. Barnett, 71 Bevois St.; 1876 Jas. Cooper, Belvidere St.; 1878, 1880 Edw. J. Painter, 22 Fleet St., Southsea; 1886 Saml. Fogwell, Stephen Trew; 1888 C. Crawford, 79 Station Place, Shirley; 1890-3 Robert E. Bray
Voyages: 1863 S. coast ports, London, Cardiff, Sunderland, Valentia (Ireland); 1864 Valentia, London, Bideford, Cardiff, Bridport, Sunderland; 1866 similar; 1867 Sunderland, So'ton, Aberdeen (coal), Sunderland, So'ton; 1868 Sunderland and Aberdeen only: 1869 laid up So'ton July to Dec.; 1870 Cardiff, Rouen coasting to Sunderland, Plymouth, London, Portsmouth, Glasgow, Londonderry; 1871 British and French ports; 1872 London, Swansea, Portsmouth and Glasgow; 1873 six coastal voyages; 1874 So'ton, Sunderland, Kirkaldy, Stockton, Bristol, Cardiff, Dieppe; 1876 London, Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth, Kirkaldy, Trouville, Rouen, Plymouth; 1877 Dublin, London, Dundee; 1878 London, Swansea, Sunderland, Leath; 1880 Plymouth, Liverpool, London, Sunderland, Valentia, Guernsey; 1886-7 coasting; 1888 Cardiff, Cadiz; 1891 ditto; 1891 So'ton, Cadiz, St. Johns (Newfoundland), Naples, Cadiz, Rio Grande de Sul, Antwerp, Gaspé (Canada), So'ton; 1892 Newfoundland, Lisbon, Messina, Malaga
Lost off Malaga 1893

CHARLOTTE Reg No 47989  DCrew/47989  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864; transferred to Goole 1866
Sail
83 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: George Lungley, Portswood, Southampton
Master: John Denman, London
Voyages: 1864 laid up Jan.-Oct.; Nov.-Dec. Hartlepool, Southampton, Jersey, Guernsey

CHARLOTTE Reg No 62231  DCrew/62231  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872; re-reg. 1877
Built Cowes by John White
Sail
21 tons (1877-34 tons)
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-0, 1908-0, 1909-1, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: J.C. Bemister, Barrack Rd., Christchurch; 1883-1900 ditto; 1901 F.W. Bemister, High St. Christchurch; 1903-12 ditto
Master: Richard Sellwood, 9 Whitehall Gdns., Christchurch; 1883-1904 ditto; 1910 J. Parmsley; 1911 John Le Couter; 1912 Wm. Blendicott
Voyages: 1872 Christchurch, Southampton, Portsmouth and I.W.; 1873-81 ditto; 1883 Portsmouth and Christchurch; 1884, 1886 ditto; 1888-91 Portsmouth, Southampton and Christchurch; 1892 laid up 8 March - 30 June; 1893 ditto; 1894 Portsmouth and Christchurch; 1896- 1900 ditto 1901 cargoes of stone and coal Portsmouth, Swanage, Poole, Christchurch; 1910, 1912 within I.W.
Broken up 1914

CHARMIAN Reg No 106901  DCrew/106901  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896 (re-reg. 1921)
Built Southampton by J. G. Fay and Co. Ltd
Sail, yacht
100 tons
Crew lists: 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-0, 1902-0, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-1,
Owner: Atkinson, "Cresswell", Morpeth, Northumberland
Master: W. Marret
Voyages: yachting

CHAUDIERE Reg No 48683  DCrew/48683  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton, transferred from London
Built 1864 at Sunderland
Sail
470 tons
Crew lists: 1878-1, 1879-NA, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-2, 1883-1
Owner: W. Savill and J.W. Temple
Master: 1878 Edward J. Pitfield; 1880-1 Robert P. Stow; 1882 E.J. Pitfield; 1883 Charles James
Voyages: 1878 New Zealand; 1880 Nelson, New Zealand and Australia; 1881 same; 1882 London to Sydney; 1883 same; wrecked 1883

CHERBOURG Reg No 68826  DCrew/68826  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873, 1884, 1889
Built by P. and R. Swan, Dumbarton
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 244 net, 386 gross
Crew lists: 1874-4, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1882-1 (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and S. W. Railway Company
Master: 1874-6 Wm. Turtle; 1877 Turtle, Geo. Husher; 1878 Husher, Wm. Gregory; 1880 Turtle, J. Dyer; 1881-3 Turtle; (1886-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France

CHILCOMBE Reg No 119745  DCrew/119745  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
Sail
55 tons
Crew lists: 1907-1, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1912-1
Owner: G.T. Harper and Sons, 6 Oriental Place, Southampton
Master: 1907-9 Thomas Longman; 1912 J. Green
Voyages: 1908 lighter; 1912 dummy barge

CHINA Reg No 27199  DCrew/27199  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Reg. tons 1348
Crew lists: 1867-5
Owner: P and O Company
Master: N. Roskell, Arbon Lodge, Bedford Terrace; J.W. Steward, Bitterne
Voyages: Southampton to Bombay - mail service

CHIN YANG Reg No 72219  DCrew/72219  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878, transferred from St. John
Built 1875 at Rothsay, Kings Co. NB.
Sail
Reg. tons 555 net, 575 gross
Crew lists: 1880-1, 1881-3, 1882-0, 1883-3
Owner: John Ransom
Master: 1880-1 Hy. J.S. Youlden; 1883 Richard James; S.B. Avery, Beehive Hotel, Southampton
Voyages: 1880 Cardiff, Singapore, Greenock; 1881 Greenock to Demerara; 1883 Cardiff, Dunkirk, Southampton, Cardiff
Sold to foreigner 1886

CHIRIA (name changed to CASSIOPEIA 1906, to YR ERYR 1910) Reg No 114579  DCrew/114579  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903
Built 1902 Southampton by White Bros, Itchen Ferry
Sail, yacht
60 tons
Crew lists: 1910-1
Owner: 1910 G.M.T. Williams, Aberpergwm, Glamorgan
Master: 1910 John Thomas
Voyages: Colchester to Mediterranean ports

CLARA Reg No 13906  DCrew/13906  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1851
Sail
161 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-3, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2
Owner: W.H.R. Gregory, Vine Hotel, Southampton (later Clara Villa, Freemantle and High Street, Southampton)
Master: James Aldridge, Freemantle; William Hawkins, 8 Popes Buildings (1870 of Balmoral Cottage, Princes Road, Freemantle)
Voyages: 1863 foreign (Spain, Portugal) to August, then Cardiff, Newport, Southampton; 1866 regularly S. to Swansea or Newport; 1867 Llanelly, Honfleur, Rouen, Newcastle, Poole, Hartlepool, Newport; 1868-70 Southampton to Newport with coal

CLAYMORE Reg No 7891  DCrew/7891  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1852
Yacht
84 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1869-1, 1870-2, 1887-1
Owner: John Harvey, Biggleswade, Beds. (1870, 1887)
Master: William Sadler, 1 Medina Road, E. Cowes (1870, 1887)
Voyages: 1863 cruise to Mediterranean; 1870 laid up from 1 July to May 11 then cruising round Norway and England until Sept; 1887 ditto

CLEMENTINA Reg No 44  DCrew/44  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857, transferred from London
Built 1824 at Ipswich
Sail
114 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2
Owner: J.S. Phillips of Plymouth
Master: John Dan of Plymouth
Voyages: trading to S. Wales, mainly from Plymouth; lost 1865

CLUNY CASTLE Reg No 118323  DCrew/118323  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1903
Steam
Reg. tons 5147 net, 3303 gross
Crew lists: 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-5, 1907-2, 1908-0, 1909-1, 1910-2, 1911-6, 1912-3, 1913-6
Owner: 1903-11 D. Currie and Co; 1912 Union Castle Co.
Master: 1903-4 L.A. Millard; 1906-9 W. McWhinnie; 1910-11 M.D. Butterwick; 1912 N.R. Neilson; 1913 M. Gowley
Voyages: 1903 Capetown, Greenock, Hamburg, Antwerp, London; 1911 Capetown Mauritius, Natal

CLYDE Reg No 11390  DCrew/11390  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1853
Steam
Reg. tons 797
Crew lists: 1864-8
Owner: Royal Mail Co.
Master: various
Voyages: Nov. 1859 - March 1865 contract mail service in W. Indies, intercolonially

CLYDE Reg No 98131  DCrew/98131  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1890
Steam
Reg. tons 5618 gross, 3051 net,
Crew lists: 1890-4, 1891-4, 1892-NA, 1893-4, 1894-4, 1896-7, 1897-5, 1898-6, 1899-4, 1900-0, 1901-5, 1902-6, 1903-NA, 1904-10, 1906-6, 1907-5, 1908-5, 1909-6, 1910-10, 1911-8, 1912-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1890-93 Spooner; 1894 A.E. Bell, Southampton; 1896 Frederick Messery; 1897-8 Powes; 1899 -1901 C.S. Tindall; 1906 H.W. Doughty; 1908-9 Arthur P. Dix, 1911-12 Watson
Voyages: Mostly S. American, Some Europe

COLNE Reg No 114564  DCrew/114564  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Steam, tug
Reg. tons 10.62 net, 24.55 gross
Crew lists: 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1905-0, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1902-13 John James Bayford, 71 High Street, Southampton
Master: 1902 Robert Glasgow; 1903 Louis Jacklin, 20 Andersons Road; 1904-9 George Holley; 1910 William Lonsdyke; 1911 Louis Jacklin; 1912-13 George Holley
Voyages: tug boat

COLUMBIAN Reg No 7459  DCrew/7459  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1855 (1859)
Steam
Reg. tons 1436 (1878 1404 net, 2250 gross)
Crew lists: 1864-4, 1867-4, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1878-3, 1901-1
Owner: P. and O. Company
Master: 1864 David Rennoldson, Ryde, I.W.; 1867 Jas. Kellock, Sholing; I.W. Macnamara; 1874 W.C. Augone, Wellington Villa, Southampton; 1873 Edw. G. Stead; 1873, 1901 G.J.W. Baldwin.
Voyages: 1864 Bombay to London; 1867 mail service to Mediterranean, Calcutta and E. Indies; 1872-3, 1878 ditto

COLUMBINE Reg No 98844  DCrew/98844  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891, 1900
Built Southampton by J.G.Fay and Co.
Sail, yacht
48 tons
Crew lists: 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-1
Owner: 1892-3 M.B. Paget; 1894 Geo. Wilder, Stanstead Park, Emsworth, Sussex
Master: 1892-3 H. Garrad; 1894 Wm. Chas. Bates, Brightingsea, Essex
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Frenchman 1897; broken up 1906

COMET Reg No 10132  DCrew/10132  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879, transferred from Salcombe
Built 1819 at Crookhaven, Cork
Sail
41 tons
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2
Owner: Scovells Hamble Fisheries Co. Ltd.
Master: 1879 Rich. Chissell, Hamble; 1880 do. of Salcombe
Voyages: fishing
Wrecked on Norfolk coast 1880

COMET Reg No 13892  DCrew/13892  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855, 1863, 1868, 1876
Built 1842 at Guernsey
Sail
59 tons (1880 - 57)
Crew lists; 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-3, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-1, 1870-3, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-3, 1883-3, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2
Owner: Wm. Spooner, Eling; 1866, 1871 Walter Bailey, Southwick nr. So'ton; 1882 W. Bailey; 1883 J. Lewin; 1884, 1887 S.D. Lewin, Exeter; 1888 Jas. S. Lewin; 1888 John Hawken, Padstow
Master: John Hayter, Eling; 1866 Wm. Bailey, Gosport; 1867 Chas. Osborne, Redbridge, then Edw. Munden, Fareham; 1869 Francis Bailey; 1870-1 Robert Matthews, Chitham, Sussex; 1878 Samuel Bailey; 1880-2 Francis Bailey, Millbrook Road; 1883-8 James S. Lewin, Exeter; 1888 Fred Conway, Padstow
Voyages: 1863 coastal; 1866 coastal, mainly Portland - Portsmouth; 1867 London, Scilly. Llanelly, Plymouth, Portland, Chatham; 1868 Southampton, Portland, Dover, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Sandwich, Sunderland, Newcastle, Fareham, Lymington, Bembridge, Swansea, Chatham London, Newcastle; 1869 So'ton to London, Bristol, Caen, Cork; 1870 coastal, Portsmouth to Wales and ports between; 1871 Shoreham, Lymington, Rochester, Pwllheli and other British ports, laid up July-Dec 1872 laid up Fareham till March, then Jersey, London, Yarmouth I.W., Sunderland, So'ton, Scilly, Swansea, Par, Portsmouth, So'ton, Guernsey; 1873 Par, Portsmouth, London, Dover, Littlehampton, Poole, So'ton, Portsmouth, London, Teignmouth, Paignton, Kidwelly, Saundersfoot, Poole, Lymington, Cork, Kinsale, Portsmouth, Poole, London, Louth, Poole, So'ton, Poole, So'ton
1876 Penzance, Scilly, Looe, Portsmouth, So'ton, Port Madoc, Portsmouth, Swanage, Ramsgate, Sunderland, Broadstairs, Dover, Bridport, London, Cork
1877 Redbridge, Newhaven, So'ton, Penryn, Parlight, Radstow, Saundersfoot; 1878 Penzance, Plymouth, Llanelly, Truro, Penryn, Falmouth, Poole, Torquay, Hull, Dunkirk, Woolwich, Weymouth, Portland, Ipswich; 1880 ditto; 1881 London, So'ton, Bude, Newport, Par, Plymouth, Cork, Falmouth, St. Ives; 1882 similar home trade; 1883 So'ton, Llanelly, Exmouth, Fowey, Runcorn, Plymouth, Wadebridge, Hull, London, Shoreham, Exeter, Port Talbot; 1884, 1887 ditto; 1888 Topsham. Newport, Malpas, Runcorn, Malpas, Port Talbot, Plymouth, So'ton, Cardiff, Plymouth; July - Dec. repairs at Padstow; Newport, Mevagissey, Plymouth; transferred to Padstow 1888

COMMODORE Reg No 20,554  DCrew/20,554  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built 1858 at Point Port, Truro
Sail
30 tons (1870, 1901 - 34 tons)
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-NA, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-NA, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2
Owner: James Lawrence, Lymington; 1879 John Synons, Alexander Cottage, Bath Road; 1880-1 George Mant, Bath Road, Lymington; 1882 John Seymour, Lymington; 1883 G.Mant, then J. Keales, Swanage; 1886-92 Thos. Walter Masters, Warsash (later Studland, Dorset) 1893-6 Geo. Masters; 1897-1900 A.Nicholls, Sumerset; 1901 Mrs. Jane Nicholas, Watchet, Summerset
Master: James Lawrence, Lymington; 1879-86 Geo, Mant; (1887-99 as owner) 1900-4 William Chidgey, Watchet
Voyages: 1866 Southampton, Plymouth or Falmouth, London; 1867 Poole, Plymouth, Lymington, Lyme, Regis, So'ton; 1868 So'ton, Plymouth, Shoreham, Poole, London. Lymington, Weymouth, Portland, Salcombe 1869 Kingsbridge, London, Fowey, Par, Chatcham, Pentewen, Lymington, Neath, Exmouth, Plymouth
1870 Guernsey, Lymington, Sandersfoot, London, Poole, Lymington, (laid up there Oct. - Nov.); 1871 coastal round Poole, London, So'ton, Portland, Lymington carrying stone and manure; 1872 Poole - London, clay and grain; 1874 Poole, London, Lymington voyages; 1876 mainly Poole and London; 1877 Lymington, Portsmouth, London, Poole, Rouen; 1878 Lymington, Portsmouth, Poole, London, Plymouth, I.W.; 1879 Lymington, Poole, Plymouth, Fareham, Portsmouth, London, Newport; 1880-2 ditto; 1883 all round S.England; 1886-9 ditto; 1890-4 home trading; 1896 repairs; 1897-1900 home trade; 1901 trading in Bristol Channel from Watchet; wrecked at Burnham 1904

COMRIE CASTLE Reg No 118342  DCrew/118342  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1903
Steam
Reg. tons 5167 gross, 3311 net
Crew lists: 1903-1, 1904-4, 1906-5, 1907-4, 1908-3, 1909-1, 1910-5, 1911-NA, 1912-5, 1913-4
Owners: 1903 Donald Currie and Co. (later Union Castle Co.)
Master: Henry Prior; 1906-8 L.George; 1909-10 N. Strong; 1912 A.Knight; 1913 J.S. Warren
Voyages: Europe and S. Africa

CONSTANCE (name changed to FREDA 1893 and foreign to FLEUR DE LYS) Reg No 90423  DCrew/90423  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885, 1891
Built Southampton by Payne and Sons
Sail, yacht
83 tons
Crew lists: 1886-2, 1887-2, 1890-1, 1891-0, 1892-3, 1893-1, 1894-2, 1896-1, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-NA, 1900-2
Owner: 1886-90 C.W.Prescott Westcar (?), London; 1892 J.H.Morrison, Newcastle on Tyne; 1893-1900 W.F.Cook, Cadogan Sq., London;
Master: 1886-7 Wm. Frost; 1890 Langmaid, Cowes; 1892 Geo. J.Hoskins; 1893 W.F.Cook; 1894-1900 T.A.Matthewman
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to Austrian 1890, re-reg. 1891, sold Austrian 1905

CONWAY Reg No 25136  DCrew/25136  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1847
Steam
Reg. tons 579
Crew lists: 1869-1
Owner: Royal Mail Steam P. Co.
Master: Wm.Barnett
Voyages: So'ton to St. Thomas, W. Indies; sold to foreigners
St. Thomas 1870

CONWAY Reg No 118636  DCrew/118636  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Newcastle 1904
Steam
Reg. tons 2649 gross, 1666 net
Crew lists: 1904-2, 1906-5, 1907-4, 1908-6, 1909-8, 1910-NA, 1911-NA, 1912-6, 1913-5
Owner: Royal Mail S.S. Co. Ltd.
Master: J.H.Matson; 1906-7 A.M.Stump; 1908 G.A.Mackenzie; 1909 A.M. Stump 1912-13 Bennett
Voyages: W. Indies, S. America, Europe

CORALIE Reg No 72351  DCrew/72351  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built Southampton by D.G. Hatcher
Sail, yacht
28 tons
Crew lists: 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2,
Owner: A.W.Craig, St. Stephens Club, London
Master: Geo. Gilbert, New St., Brightlingsea
Voyages: yachting around British coast

CORFE CASTLE Reg No 114773  DCrew/114773  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Reg. tons 2958 net, 4592 gross
Crew lists: 1903-3, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-NA, 1908-3, 1909-1, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-1
Owner: Donald Currie and Co.
Master: T.Rose; 1904 A.F. Marshal; 1908 D.H.Hoskins; 1911-12 C.B.Imlah
Voyages: New York, S. Africa

CORONET (changed to MORAWEL 1910) Reg No 114582  DCrew/114582  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903
Built Southampton by Day Summers and Co.
Yacht, steam, screw
Reg. tons 35 net, 66 gross
Crew lists: 1910-2, 1911-1, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: Col. S.M.Benson, 15 Grosvenor Gardens
Master: Geo.E. Parsons, Cowes
Voyages: 1910-12 laid up at Cowes; 1913 home trade

CORSAIR Reg No 98855  DCrew/98855  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1892
Built Southampton by Summers and Payne
Sail, yacht
36 tons
Crew lists: 1894-1
Owner: F.W.L.Popham, Hungerford
Master: T.T.Harston
Voyages: Plymouth to Mediterranean ports

CORSICA Reg No 44819  DCrew/44819  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1863, London 1868
Steam
Reg. tons 681 net, 1134 gross
Crew lists: 1869-5, 1877-13
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: R.H.Macaulay, N.Herbert, Ernest West; 1877 Stephen Dix
Voyages: mail service to W. Indies

COSSACK Reg No 119747  DCrew/119747  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
67 tons
Crew lists: 1907-1, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1912-1
Owner: G.T. Harper and Sons, 6 Oriental Place
Master: 1907, 1909 Thos. Longman, 2 Short St., Southampton
Voyages: lighter, dummy barge

COURIER Reg No 13814  DCrew/13814  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1848, 1855
Steam
147 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-4, 1868-2, 1870-4, 1871-4, 1872-4, 1873-4
Owner: L. and S.W. Railway Co. (E.K.Corke) Terminus, then Bridge Road
Master: Henry Beckford Harvey, 18 Western Tce.; 1866 Wm. Turtle, Jessamine Cottage, Freemantle; 1867 Alfred John Cross, Padwell Road, Avenue; 1868 Henry Day Martimer, 20 York St., Bevois Town; 1869 G.B.Clement, Rose Cottage; H.D.Mortimer; James Heathcote; 1870 G.B.Clement; 1871 Jas. Stevenson, then J.Heathcote; 1872 Robert Long, Broughton Cott., Bevois Hill; John Cross; 1873 J. Stevenson, A.J.Cross
Voyages: Chanell Islands, Le Havre

CRESTA (formerly ULNA until 1911) Reg No 114552  DCrew/114552  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1902
Built Southampton by Day Summers and Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 47 net, 92 gross
Crew lists: 1913-2
Owner: R.F.French
Master: W.G.Hadley
Voyages: .......
Sold to Russian 1913

CROSS HOUSE Reg No 51289  DCrew/51289  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built at Cross House, Southampton
Sail
74 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-NA, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878 2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-1, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-NA, 1886-2, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2
Owner: John Ransom, Cross House; 1888 James Dible
Master: 1866 James Cooper, Stanford St., then Henry Kent (and 1867); 1868 H.Kent, Clifford St.; 1871, 1883, 1886-7 ditto; 1888 George Sandy, The Elms, Bellevue Rd., Cowes; 1889-90 ditto; 1891 C. Crawford, 53 Alexandra Rd. Freemantle and C.Bevis, Bursledon; 1893-4 C.Bevis
Voyages: 1866 coastal trade; 1867 Cardiff, Bristol, Valentia, London and coastal; 1868 ditto; 1869 ditto and Bridport; 1871 ditto; 1872 So'ton, Bridport, Valentia, London, Bridport, Valentia, Cardiff, Penryn, Par, Portsmouth, So'ton, Cardiff; 1873 Valentia, Bristol, Cardiff, Valentia, London, Swansea, Valentia, London, Portsmouth, So'ton, Bridport, Valentia, Bristol, Cardiff, Valentia, London; 1874 Plymouth, Swansea, Valentia, London, Cardiff, Bristol; 1875 home trade, London, Bristol Cardiff, Valentia; 1876 London, Penzance, Cardiff, Valentia, Tralee, Caherciveen, Bridport; 1877 London, Bridport, Cardiff, Valentia; 1878-86 ditto; 1877 laid up; 1888 home trade; 1889-90 ditto; 1891 So'ton - Sunderland, 10 voyages; So'ton - River Tyne twice; 1892-4 coastal; missing 1894

CRYSTAL Reg No 13807  DCrew/13807  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Poole 1853, Southampton 1880
Sail
78 tons
Crew lists: 1880-4, 1881-2, 1882-2
Owner: 1880 J.A. Stokes, West St., Poole; 1881 John Bailey Hescroff, 74 Emmanuel St., Landport
Master: 1880 Geo. Thomas Stokes, High St., Poole (later 74 Emmanuel St., Portsmouth)
Voyages: 1880 Hartlepool, Middlesborough, Exmouth, Plymouth, Charlestown, Antwerp, Brussels, Liverpool, Portleven, London, Newport, Bristol Ipswich, Eyemouth; 1881 Fraserburgh, Dundee, Runcorn, Lynn, Yarmouth, Caen and Poole; 1882 similar trips around British Isles

CYGNET Reg No 76842  DCrew/76842  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878
Built at Northam by Day and Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 17 gross, 7 net
Crew lists 1878-1, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1904-1
Owner: 1878 Richard Philips, 58 Erismore Gdns., London; 1883 same; 1904 Neville Wilford
Master: 1878 Richard Philips, Victoria Tce., Weymouth; 1904 Neville Wilford
Voyages: 1878 cruising in Weymouth, Portland Bay; 1879-83 yachting; reg. cancelled 1917

DAISIE Reg No 94501  DCrew/94501  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1887
Built Southampton by W.S. Luke
Sail, yacht
28 tons
Crew lists: 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-NA, 1890-2, 1911-1
Owner:
Master:
Voyages: yachting

DANE Reg No 12,994  DCrew/12,994  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
421 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1
Owner: G.G. Mercer, Union S.S. Company
Master: H. Hoffman, St Denys Road
Voyages: mail service.

DANE Reg No 56124  DCrew/56124  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built Kirkaldy
Screw
Reg. tons 635 net, 787 gross (1870-525 net)
Crew lists: 1870-4, 1871-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company
Master 1870 A.C. Davie, then H. Ballard; 1871 same
Voyages: 1870 Spain (and unstated); 1871 mail service, Table Bay, sold to foreigner 1871

DANUBE Reg No 41154  DCrew/41154  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857
Built Wallace, Nova Scotia By James Robertson
Sail
160 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2.
Owner: George Jackman, Woolston
Master: 1863 Henry Bacon, 2 Oxford Street, Southampton; 1864 David Groves, Newport
Voyages: Regular voyages to Cardiff; 1864 regular voyages to South Wales; transferred to Jersey 1866

DANUBE Reg No 54753  DCrew/54753  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1866, 1874 Southampton
Built Glasgow 1864
Steam,screw
Reg. tons 1259 (1877-1462 net, 2038 gross)
Crew lists: 1868-8, 1872-7, 1873-8, 1874-6, 1876-3, 1877-5, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-3, 1886-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company 1865-71; 1872 Union Steam Ship Company
Master: 1868 Ernest West and Frederick Reeks; 1869 John Gillies; 1872 Edward Baynton, Trafalgar Lodge, Shirley; 1873 H.S. Warleigh, 7 Peninsular Terrace; 1876 Chas. D. Coxwell and E. Baynton; 1877 J. King and Henry E. Draper 1882 C. Hepworth
Voyages: mail service West Indies, later Cape

DANUBE Reg No 102868  DCrew/102868  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1893, 1894
Steam
Reg. tons 3425 net, 5946 gross (1894 3312 net, 5890 gross)
Crew lists: 1894-3, 1896-5, 1897-NA, 1898-6, 1899-5, 1900-6, 1901-5, 1902-6, 1903-NA, 1904-11, 1906-NA, 1907-8, 1908-11, 1909-2, 1910-3, 1911-5, 1912-NA, 1913-12
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1894, 1896 G.M. Hicks Southampton; 1900-04 L.R. Dickinson, Southampton; 1907 Dagnall; 1909 Doughty
Voyages: West Indies, South America, Europe

DARING Reg No 9892  DCrew/9892  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864 transferred from Cowes
Sail
26 tons
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-1
Owner: William Waters, 33 Bugle Street Southampton
Master: as owner
Voyages: piloting S. and I.W area; broken up 1874

DART Reg No 7872  DCrew/7872  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1851
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1886-2
Owner: Ann Gibbens of Itchen; 1886 Charity Butler
Master: Robert Gibbens of Itchen; 1886 Edward Judd
Voyages: 1868-71 fishing; 1873 fishing inside I.W., laid up February-November; 1874-80 fishing; 1886 laid up

DAVID AND MARY Reg No 113301  DCrew/113301  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Reg. tons 34 net
Crew lists: 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-1, 1911-1
Owner: G.W. Sandell
Master: R. Kendall
Voyages: Within I.W

DAWN Reg No 98112  DCrew/98112  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1890
Steam
Reg. tons 49 net, 60 gross
Crew lists: 1901-2, 1913-2
Owner: Frank Paremor, Margate
Master: James Page; 1913 J.W. Haggar
Voyages: Southampton area, London, South coast, Nieussent

DECCAN Reg No 60889  DCrew/60889  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow
Steam
Reg. tons 2156 net, 3429 gross
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1873-4, 1874-5, 1876-5, 1877-5, 1878-NA, 1879-6, 1880-6, 1881-10, 1882-3, 1882-3, 1883-NA, 1884-8
Owner: P & O Company
Master: Jas. Kellock; 1873 William Soames; 1876 I.D. Gaby; 1879-81 William Bishop Andrews; 1882-4 A. Seaton and J.B. Chapman
Voyages: 1873-79 Bombay mail service; 1880-1 same and Australia; 1882 Bombay; 1884 London and Antwerp

DEE (Name formerly STATE OF MINNESOTA. formerly MINNESOTA) Reg No 68007  DCrew/68007  No Date

Contents:
Steam
Reg. tons 1152 net 1864 gros (1877-1208 net, 1858 gross)
Crew list; 1876-3, 1877-3, 1878-3, 1879-4, 1880-3, 1881-5, 1882-0, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-0, 1887-3, 1888-2, 1889-1, 1890-4, 1891-3, 1892-0, 1893-3, 1894-0, 1896-3, 1897-3, 1898-5, 1899-4, 1900-3, 1901-5
Owner: Royal mail Company, 1875-1901; Niger Co. Ltd, Liverpool
Master: 1876-7 Chas. N. Hanslip, E.C. Kemp, N.King; 1877 same; 1878-9 G.T. Copeland and R.H. Macaulay; 1880-1 R.H. Macaulay and D.W. Cameron; 1883 J.D. Spooner; 1884-90 Buckler; 1891 James Pope; 1893 W. Cobb; 1896-7 Thomas, Manchester; 1898 Young, London; 1899 Boby, London; 1900 Joliffe, Southampton; 1901 A. Joliffe, then (aftersale) W. P. Homby, Cheshire; Walter W. Rendell (died 12/11/01)
Voyages: West Indies

DEE Reg No 113903  DCrew/113903  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Middlesborough 1902
Steam
1871 tons
Crew lists: 1902-7, 1903-4, 1904-6, 1906-5, 1907-1, 1908-NA, 1909-8, 1910-5, 1911-6, 1912-5, 1913-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: S.J. Jeffs; 1906 D. Mcnab; 1907 R.C. Orchard; 1908 C. Cottman; 1909 L.G, Jebbs; 1910 W.E. Smith; 1911 C. Adams; 1912-13 J.A. Hill
Voyages: West Indies

DEERHOUND Reg No 52986  DCrew/52986  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894 transferred from Colchester
Sail
21 tons
Crew lists: 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-NA, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-2, 1896-NA, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-2, 1896-NA, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2
Owner: W.C.Bowyer, Andersons Road to 1900; 1901-4 J.T. Bowyer, Bugle Street
Master: J.T. Bowyer to 1890; 1891-1904 J Hodges, Northam (later of Chapel)
Voyages: pilot service, tranferred to Weymouth 1910

[...] DEAR Reg No 18778  DCrew/18778  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Sail
68 net tons, 87 gross
Crew lists: 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-1, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1897 North, London; 1898-1913 J.T. Bayford, 71 High Street
Master: 1897 Engle, Southampton; 1898-1908, 1913 Thos, Ward, 22 Lower Canal Walk, Southampton; 1911-12 W. Tanner
Voyages; Within I.W

DELHI Reg No 48666(?48667)  DCrew/48666(?48667)  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow, then London 1864
Steam
Reg. tons 1331 net, gross 1899 (1870-1285 Reg. tons)
Crew lists: 1864-8, 1866-1, 1867-0, 1868-3, 1869-8, 1870-4, 1871-0, 1872-0, 1873-5, 1881-1, 1883-3
Owner: P & O Company
Master: J.R. Kellock, Shirley, Southampton; 1866 Chris. Pickering, London; 1868 W.B. Hall; 1869 George Chas. Burne; 1870 same and Chas. I. Wilkinson; 1873 Edward Christian Brooklyn, Woolston; Chas. Wilkinson, George Lee; 1881 Chas. V. Daly, 1 Stainsby Road, London; 1883 Wright
Voyages: 1864 mail service, Southampton, to Alexandria to Marseilles; 1866 London, Karachi, 1868 Karachi, Bombay; 1869 mail service to Alexandria; 1870, 1873 same; 1881 Liverpool (on28 July 1870 becomes log book of CANDIA)

DELTA Reg No 27916  DCrew/27916  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1859
Built Southampton by Day Summers 1856 (1864-1019 tons)
Steam
1618 tons
Crew lists: 1863-11, 1864-5, 1866-5, 1867-NA, 1868-NA, 1869-8, 1870-11, 1871-11, 1872-9, 1873-0, 1874-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: John Weekes of Glenlee, West End and J. M Rogers, Shirley; 1864 A.M. Lockie, Victoria Villa, Portswood; 1866 J.R. Kellock, Prospect House Shirley; 1869 William Curling; 1871 George Hyde, H.W. King, Robert Curling 1872 R. and W. Curling; 1874 E.M. Edmond
Voyages: mail service to Alexandria

DENBIGHSHIRE (later TAMAR) Reg No 112630  DCrew/112630  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1899
Steam
Reg. tons 2488 net, 3843 gross
Crew lists: 1907-3, 1508-2, 1909-2, 1910-3, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1907 Jenkins and Co., Royal Mail Company 1908-13 Royal Mail company
Master: 1907 W.A. Evans and David Davies; 1909 W.Davies; 1910 W.E. Smith; 1911 N. Barrett; 1912 P. Cochrane; 1913 Owen Lewis
Voyages: China and Japan, 1913 London and Brazil

DERWENT Reg No 13902  DCrew/13902  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1850
549.8 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1868 George E. Banks, Ernest West
Voyages: West Indies

DERWENT Reg No 19641  DCrew/19641  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862
Built at Gosport 1851
Sail
104 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-NA, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-NA, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1881-NA, 1882-0, 1883-1, 1884-3
Owner: Col. J.T. Clipton, Leytham Hall, Lancashire; 1869 H. Bridson, Haerwood; 1880 E.C. Lucas, Castle Shane, Ireland
Master: William J. Hurst, 1 Winchester Terrace, Southampton; 1869 A. Leamouth, Cowes; 1880, 1883 Gurney Davis
Voyages: 1874 cruising Southampton, Ryde, Cowes, Yarmouth, Weymouth, Torquay, Plymouth, Holyhead, Kingstown, Liverpool, Barrow, Bangor; 1876 pleasure cruising, Southampton, Cowes, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Fowey, Falmouth, Kingstown, Holyhead, Douglas, Ramsay, Landark, Rothesay, Helensburgh, Gourock; 1877 laid up at Dartmouth, Cadiz; 1879 laid up at Dartmouth January-April; pleasure cruising April-June; 1880 Mediterranean and Black Sea; 1883 laid up Cowes:
Sold to foreigner 1887

DERWENT Reg No 81603  DCrew/81603  No Date

Contents:
Reg .London 1880, Sunderland 1881
Steam
Reg. tons 2466 gross (1881-2471 gross, 1605 net)
Crew lists: 1880-3, 1881-3, 1886-1, 1888-3, 1889-3, 1890-2, 1891-3, 1892-4, 1893-NA, 1896-2, 1897-4, 1898-NA, 1899-3, 1900-4, 1901-0, 1902-3
Owner- Royal Mail Company
Master: 1880-88 Chas. B. Hanslip; 1889 James Pope; 1890-4 Buckley; 1896 W. Copp; 1897 Davies; 1899 Rudge; 1901 Hurst
Voyages: West India mail service

DESSOUK Reg No 50135  DCrew/50135  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1864
Steam
Reg. tons 1062
Crew lists: 1864-2
Owner: P & O Company then (1864) Egyptian Government (ship sold at Alexandria 13 December 1864)
Master: William T. Woodgates, Southampton
Voyages: 1864 voyage to Alexandria where sold

DHOW Reg No 90417  DCrew/90417  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1892
Built 1885 at Dartmouth
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 5 net, 8 gross
Crew lists: 1892-2
Owner: W.L. Popham
Master: James Bryant
Voyage: yachting six months; laid up

DIANA Reg No 28102  DCrew/28102  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860
Built abroad
Sail
363 tons
Crew lists: 1863-3
Owner: George Lungley, Southampton
Master: Frank B. Duff, Penzance
Voyages: (i) Southampton to Quebec to Pembroke Dock, (ii) (iii) Pembroke to Quebec to Scilly, where wrecked 2 December 1863

DIANA Reg No 72370  DCrew/72370  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877, 1883, 1892
Built Glasgow by Aitken and Mansel
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 368 net, 738 gross (1892-293 net, 778 gross)
Crew lists: 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, (1882-91 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1877-9 Thos. Merrells; 1882-7 George Allix; 1888 Allix, T. Dyer; 1890 Dyer, F. Edom; 1891 R. Mabb
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France Wrecked off Cape La Hague 1895

DIANE Reg No 114563  DCrew/114563  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Steam
Reg. tons 76 net 202 gross
Crew lists: 1910-2, 1911-1, 1912-1
Owner: Cecil Slade, London
Master: G. Davis, Seaview I.W
Voyages: 1910 home trade; 1911-12 yachting then laid up at Cowes

DIOGENES (no number- provisional certificate)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Kiel
Reg. tons 535 net. 1071 Gross
Crew lists: 1882-1
Owner: Henry Lambert, 51 Lime House, London
Master: Edward Dixon
Voyages: Kiel to Southampton

DISPATCH Reg No 13819  DCrew/13819  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1850, re-reg. 1878
Built at Blackwall
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons (1850)149 (1878) 166 net, 287 gross
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-3, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-4, 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-1
Owner L and S.W. Railway Company (Edward Cocke)
Master: William Turtle, 2 Waterloo Road, Freemantle; 1867 Joseph Back, 7 Trinity Road; 1868 Alfred John Cross, Violet Cottage, Padwell Road; and Thos, Menells, Freemantle; 1869 G.B. Clement, Park Road, Freemantle; 1874, 1876 Edward B. Clement, 57 Don Road, Jersey; 1880 same and F. Lemenny, Granville Road; 1881 Francis Edom, Delhi Cottage, Freemantle
Voyages: 1863-4 ferry service Southampton and Channel Island; 1866 Southampton, Channel Islands, Havre, Harfleur, St. Malo; 1867 Jersey Guernsey, South Wales, Havre; 1868 Southampton, Havre, Honfleur, Channel Islands; 1869 Southampton, Channel Islands, Cherbourg; 1871 Southampton, Havre, Honfleur etc, on French coast; 1874-8 Channel Islands and St. Malo; 1880-1 same and French Coast Reg. Cancelled 1885 converted to Hulk

DIVER Reg No 25,201  DCrew/25,201  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
Sail
23 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-0, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-1
Owner: George Derham, Christchurch (1867 Wellington Place, Stanpit)
Master: George Derham; 1867-8 Jas. Derham, Nelson Cottage, [...] Mudeford; 1873 same, of Christchurch; 1874 Peter Derham, Christchurch
Voyages: 1863 8 voyages Swanage to Christchurch with stone; 3 Portsmouth to Christchurch with coal; 1866 Cowes to Christchurch trading; 1867 14 voyages Portsmouth - Christchurch; 4 voyages to Swanage, 12 to Cowes; constantly between Swanage and Cowes; 1868 Jan-June 13 voyages to Christchurch coal; June- Dec. 11 Voyages Portsmouth to Christchurch; 1869 30 voyages Portsmouth - Christchurch; 1870 trading between Christchurch, Chichester, Swanage, Portsmouth, Southampton; 1871 voyages between Southampton, Portsmouth, Christchurch and Portland with coal; 1872-4 Portsmouth - Christchurch, coal

DOLORES (changed to VERA 1900; formerly ONEAGH of Cowes) Reg No 71891  DCrew/71891  No Date

Contents:
Reg. as Dolores in London 1889, Southampton 1899; re-reg on conversion to steamer 1905; transferred to Adelaide 1905; re-reg London 1909
Built 1876 at Cowes by C. Hansen & Sons
Sail (later steam)
95 tons 1905 Reg. tons 74, gross 95
Crew lists: 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1909-2
Owner: 1899-1902 J. Ferrell, London; 1904-6 Henry Dutton, S. Australia; 1909 Capt. A.M. Berkeley Gage, London
Master: 1899 Robert. Hazelton, Brightlingsea; 1900-2 Harry Cross; 1904-6 Thos. Wood; 1909 George W. Long
Voyages: pleasure cruising

DON (formerly CORCOUADO) Reg No 69227  DCrew/69227  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1875
Steam
Reg. tons (1877) 2405 net, 3805 gross (1899) 2208 net, 3913 gross
Crew lists: 1876-4, 1877-7, 1878-5, 1879-5, 1880-4, 1881-5, 1882-5, 1883-4, 1884-5, 1886-5, 1887-6, 1888-3, 1889-2, 1890-5, 1891-5, 1892-6, 1893-5, 1894-NA, 1896-6, 1897-5, 1898-5, 1899-6, 1900-6
Owner: Royal Mail Company (1883-92 T.A. Bevis, 1890-3 W. Chapman, 1896 to 1900 Hicks)
Master: 1876-81 Robert Woolward; 1882 same and Andrew Gillies; 1883 same; 1884 Rolf Moore; 1886-8 Robert Woolward, Southampton; 1889 A. Hart Dyke, Southampton (died 21.9.89); 1890 R. Rowsell, R. Woolward; 1891-3 R. Woolward; 1896 F.W. Poules, Southampton; 1897 J. Constantine, Southampton; 1898 Trinidad (?), Southampton; 1899-1900 Powles
Voyages: 1876 Barbados, W. Indies; 1877-83 mail service to W. Indies; 1884-8 W. Indies and Colon; 1889 Southampton, Antwerp, Vigo, Lisbon Bueanos Ayres, Southampton, Rio de J. Lisbon, Vigo, Southampton; 1890 mail service W. Indies, River Plate and Brazil; 1891 ditto; 1892 S. Africa; 1893-1900 continent and W. Indies

DORA (changed to DOUGLAS1901) Reg No 94515  DCrew/94515  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1889, transferred to Douglas 1901
Built Govan, Glasgow by R. Napier and Sons
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 109
Crew lists: (1889-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346).......... 1901-2
Owner: L.S.W. Railway Company; sold to Isle of Man Steam Packet Company 1901
Master: 1889-90 George Allix; 1891 J. Dyer; 1901 Edward Cowley William Hill
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France; 1901 coasting

DOURO Reg No 52721  DCrew/52721  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1865
Steam
Reg. tons 2026 net, 2824 gross (1879-1804 net, gross 2846)
Crew lists: 1866-6, 1867-11, 1868-10, 1869-10, 1870-9, 1871-8, 1872-7, 1873-8, 1874-NA, 1876-14, 1879-3, 1880-4, 1881-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: T.A. Bevis; 1868-9 Robert Woolward; 1871-2 Joseph Thwaites; 1879 W.W. Herbert; 1880-1 E.C.Kemp
Voyages: 1866 Southampton Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Pernambuco, St. Vincent, Lisbon, Southampton; mail service Brazil and River Plate
Lost April 1882

DOVE Reg No 13870  DCrew/13870  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
17 tons
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-1
Owner: T. Holbrook, Newtown
Master: As Owner
Voyages: 1872 January-June between Cowes, Newtown, Southampton, Lymington;July-December do. with ballast and bricks, 1873 July-December between Newtown, Cowes, Southampton and Portsmouth with general foods.

DOVE Reg No 20936  DCrew/20936  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860, transferred to Portsmouth 1877
Built 1834 at Fareham
Sail
31 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-3
Owner: William Gater, West End Mills; 1868 John Barnett, 21 Marine Parade; 1870 W. Gater.
Master: 1863-72 John Barnett, 24 Marine Parade; 1873 William Masters, Fareham; 1874 George Barnett
Voyages: 1863 to Devon and Cornwall; 1864 coastal trade; 1866 same, mainly Wast Country; 1867 same mainly Plymouth to Southampton; 1868 6 voyages Southampton to Plymouth; 1869 Southampton to Plymouth, Charleston to Southampton; 1870 S. Y. Plymouth; 1871-2 trading around South coast; 1873 Fareham, Lyme, London, Kingsbridge, Lyme, London, Marazion, Penzance, Portsmouth, Fowey, Fareham, Teignmouth, coasting trade Fareham, Dartmouth, Teignmouth, Rochester, Jersey, Poole, Port Levan, London, Lyme Plymouth, Southampton, Poole, Port Levan, Bridgewater, Guernsey, Portsmouth, Salcombe; 1874 inside I.W.; 1876 home trade- Portsmouth, Barfleur, Shoreham, Portsmouth, Rosecoft, London, Fareham

DOVER CASTLE Reg No 118409  DCrew/118409  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1904
Steam
Reg. tons 5218 net, 8260 gross
Crew lists: 1907-25, 1908-13, 1909-NA, 1910-11, 1911-9, 1912-9, 1913-9
Owner: Donald Currie and Co. later Union Castle Company
Master: 1907-12 J. Alnwick; 1913 Edward A. Sylvester
Voyages: South and East Africa

DREAM Reg No 56139  DCrew/56139  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868
Built Lymington
Sail
171 tons
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-1, 1873-0, 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-0, 1878-1
Owner: G.W.P. Bent
Master: William Chalmers, 48 Devon Street, Berkeley Square, London; 1871-2 George Bentinck
Voyages: pleasure Yachting
Closed 1878

DUCHESS OF YORK Reg No 106903  DCrew/106903  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896
Built Whiteinch, Glasgow by Barclay Curle and Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 126 gross 302
Crew lists: 1906-2, 1907-NA, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton I.W. and South Eng. Company
Masters: G. Bullmere, 12 Argule Road
Voyages: Southampton and I.W; sold to government 1919 and bought back 1921

DUFFRYN Reg No 82403  DCrew/82403  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879
Built Woolson by John Foot
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 38, gross 56
Crew lists: 1908-1, 1909-1. 1912-1
Owner: G.T. Harper, Southampton
Master: 1909 Thos. Langman; 1912 J. Green
Voyages: A lighter in Southampton Water (re-reg. 1891 as hulk) 1909, 1912 dummy Barge

DUKE OF GLOUCESTER Reg No 13210  DCrew/13210  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton1865, transferred from Poole
Built 1810 at Cowes
Sail
21 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1. 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-NA 1872-1, 1873-NA
Owners: William Gregory, Vine Hotel, Southampton
Master: George Cole, Upper Back of Walls, Southampton; 1867-72 John Chalk, 26 Princess street, later North Front, Kingsland, 18 Oxford Street
Voyages: 1866 laid up to 1.3.66, 4 voyages to Swanage and 1 to Portsmouth; 1867 voyages to 24 May, then voyages to Littlehampton and Poole; 1868 voyages Southampton, Cowes, Poole, Portsmouth, Fareham, Dartsmouth; 1869 (i) Southampton, Poole, Littlehampton (2) six months between Chichester and Dartmouth; 1870 8 voyages
Southampton to Poole with grain; other voyages Southampton Poole and Chichester; 1872 Southampton and Poole
Reg. closed 1873; broken up

DUMFRIES Reg No 16254  DCrew/16254  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built at Greenock 1857
Steam. screw
Reg. tons 85 net, 124 gross
Crew lists: 1864-3, 1866-2, 1867-4, 1868-2, 1869-4, 1870-4, 1871-5
Owner: Bought by L.S.W.Ry. Co. 1863 from Thos. Rose and John Cassell of Jersey, merchants, sold 1871 (LSWR agent E.K.Corke)
Masters: William Wright, 1Grove Cottage, Firgrove Road, Freemantle; 1866 Alfred J. Cross, Bevois Town; 1867 Hy.D. Mortimer, Bevois Town; 1869 George Day, Albert Street; William Williams, Clifford Street; 1870 George Day, Thos. Williams, Jas. Heather; 1871 Chas. Wareham Jas. Stevenson
Voyages: 1864 ferry Southampton-Havre; 1866 trading (cargo only) Southampton, Channel Islands, Le Havre; 1867 Le Havre, Honfleur, Channel Islands, St Malo, carrying cargo; 1871 Southampton and sundry ports France; Transferred to Stranraer after July.

DUNLUCE CASTLE Reg No 118490  DCrew/118490  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1904
Steam
Crew lists: 1906-6, 19 7-0, 1908-3
Owner: Donald Currie and Co, Union Castle Company
Master: J.W. Hague, J Stanistreat
Voyages: Cape Town

DUNOTTAR CASTLE Reg No 98152  DCrew/98152  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1890
Steam
Reg. tons 3139 net, 5625 gross
Crew lists: 1904-2, 1908-1, 1910-10, 1911-13
Owner: Donald Currie Co.
Master: 1904 Robbert Winder; 1908 G.K.Gaudy, 1910-1 W. Francis Stanley
Voyages: 1908 New York; 1910 Maiseilles, Berpen, Travemunde, Hull, Grimsby; 1911 Belgium and Norway

DURBAN Reg No 76838  DCrew/76838  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877, 1888
Built Sunderland 1877 by Jas. Laing (1888-1562 net, 2808 gross)
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1685 net, 2874 gross
Crew lists: 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-4, 1880-4, 1881-4, 1882-5, 1883-5, 1884-1, 1888-1, 1889-3, 1890-4, 1891-3
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company
Master: 1877-81, Henry S. Warleigh, York; 1882 same and Henry Ballard; 1888John Tyson, 21 Queens Terrace; 1889 Lewis A. Munn, Winton House, Gordon Avennue; 1890 same A.E. Jones, Roselands, Alexandria Road; 1891 W.H. Smyth,Westwood Villa; 1893 F.L. Symons
Voyages: 1877-83 London and Cape; 1883-8 Southampton to Natal; 1889 Southampton to South Africa and back, 3 voyages via Hamburgh and Rotterdam; 1890 same 4 times; 1891 Europe; 1893 same

DURHAM CASTLE Reg No 118387  DCrew/118387  No Date

Contents:
Reg.
Crew lists: 1904-15, 1906-34, 1907-17...... 1909-9, 1910-0, 1911-12, 1912-7, 1913-9
Owner: D.Currie and Co.
Master: 1904 F. Whitehead; 1906-9 F.J. Moseley; 1912-13 T. Chope
Voyages: South Africa

EAGLE Reg No 16532  DCrew/16532  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872 Transferred from Colchester
Built 1803 at Cowes
Sail
20 tons
Crew lists: 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-3, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1, 1891-2, 1892-1,
Owner: James Lock, Warsash
Master: David West, Warsash; 1873 E. Budden, Warsash 1876 George Fox, Warsash; 1877-8 Jas. Hewitt, Warsash 1880 Same and Thos. Bevis; 1882-7 Thos. Bevis
Voyages: 1872-6 fishing in English Channel; 1877-87 same, lobster trade; 1888-92 laid up, Hamble river

EBENEZER Reg No 51095  DCrew/51095  No Date

Contents:
Reg Southampton 1888, transferred to Hartlepool 1896 (1891-196 tons)
Built 1865 at Montrose
Sail
211 tons
Crew lists: 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-NA, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2
Owner: W.R. Holden, Commercial Road, Southampton
Master: John Thorn Lloyd, 7 Radcliff Road, Southampton
Voyages: Coasting Trade; 1891 Southampton to Sunderland (10 times), Southampton to West Hartlepool (once)

EBRO (formerly RAKAIA) Reg No 54660  DCrew/54660  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1872
Steam
Reg tons 853 net, 1509 gross
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-7, 1874-4, 1878-1, 1879-3,
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1872-3 George E. Parkes; 1874 same and W. T. Compton; 1875 Stephen Dix; 1874 Stephen Dix, Hy. Manners, John Bruce, Alex Ducain; 1878 Joseph Semple, 1879 R. H. Macaulay
Voyages: West Indies, Brazil, River Plate

EBRO Reg No 106051  DCrew/106051  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1896
Steam
Reg. tons 2166 net, 3445 gross
Crew lists: 1897-4, 1898-4, 1899-3, 1900-NA, 1901-3, 1902-0, 1903-3
Owners Royal MailCompany (agent Hicks, Whitworth)
Master 1897 A.C. Farmer; 1898-1901 R.T. Hernaman 1903 G.C. As cough
Voyages: Continent and W. Indies

EDEN Reg No 119748  DCrew/119748  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Steam
Reg. tons 40 net, 113 gross
Crew lists: 1907-2, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: J.J. Bayford 1907-12
Master: J.J. Bayford 1907-12
Voyages: Houseboat

EDINBURGH CASTLE Reg No 129088  DCrew/129088  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1910
Steam
Crew lists: 1911-1
Owner: Donald Currie and Company
Master:
Voyager:

EDWARD AND MARY Reg No 25148  DCrew/25148  No Date

Contents:
Reg Southampton 1856
Built 1802 at Cowes
Sail
29 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-0, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-2, 1883-2
Owner: Henry Bowyer, 13 Chapel Road; 1876 Robert Hodder, Coombe Street, Lyme Regis
Master: William Appleton, Southampton; 1871 Henry King, Broadlane, Southampton; 1872 do. and Robert Sims, Warsash; 1873 William Appleton, Dock Road, 1877-83 Robert Hodder, Lyme Regis
Voyages: 1868 Oyster fishing; 1869-73 fishing; 1876 laid up till July then coasting between Southampton and Plymouth; 1877 Southampton and Plymouth; 1878 London, Plymouth and Jersey; 1879-80 Plymouth, Lyme, Portsmouth, and Channel Islands; 1881 Southampton and Plymouth, London and Salcombe; 1882 Plymouth; 1883 Penzance, Plymouth, Southampton, Lyme; wrecked in heavy gale at Lyme 1883

EDWARD BARNETT Reg No 34768  DCrew/34768  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857
Built 1828 at Salkia, Bengal
Sail
201 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-1
Owner: H. Abinett, Oak Road, Woolston; 1867 John Garnon, Galway
Master: Edward Collingwood, 45 Somers Road, Southampton; 1864 John Groves, Newport Mon.; 1866 John Stone, 10 Ransome's Terrace, Southampton; 1867 William Tangie, Portseath
Voyages: 1863 3 voyages to Sunderland; 1864, 1866 Newport and Sunderland, coals; 1867 Southampton to Newcastle coasting

EELIN Reg No 110250  DCrew/110250  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Built by Summers and Payne
Sail, Yacht
43 tons
Crew lists: 1899-1,
Owner: Captain J. Orr Ewing, Bletchington Park, Oxford.
Master: J.P. Showyer, Cowes
Voyages: cruising

EFFORT Reg No 2779  DCrew/2779  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1843
Sail
119 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-1,
Owner: A. Hodden, 81 High Street, Southampton
Master: 1863 William Evans, then Giles Strugnell, Oriental Court, Southampton; 1864 William Sloggett of Fowey
Voyages: 1863 (i) January - June, 6 to Britonferry (Swansea); (2) July-December 2 voyages to Sunderland and 1 to Llanelly; 1864 trading to South Wales from Southampton; 1866 same

EGRET Reg No 22534  DCrew/22534  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built Lymington by George Imman (1868-48 tons)
Sail
58 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-0, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-3, 1891-2, 1892-2
Owner: John Benners, Wolverston Park, Suffolk 1868-92
Master: Charles Mills, Cat House, River Orwell 1868-92
Voyages: 1868-9 yachting and fishing; 1871-83 pleasure cruising; 1886 fishing; 1887-92 pleasure

EIDER Reg No 50163  DCrew/50163  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Reg. tons 114 net, 1569 gross
Crew lists: 1874-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: John Bruce
Voyages: Intercolonial Mail service in West Indies

EIDER Reg No 113912  DCrew/113912  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1900
Steam
Reg. tons 1236
Crew lists: 1902-3, 1903-2, 1904-4, 1906-2, 1907-3, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-0 1913-3
Owner Royal Mail Company
Master: 1902-10 Hugh Owen; 1911,1913 William Short
Voyages: Home Trade 1908-13

ELA Reg No 43519  DCrew/43519  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891, transferred from Poole
Built 1863 at Poole
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1890-2, 1893-1, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1903-2, 1904-1
Owner: 1896-1904 Bowyer, Bugle Street, Southampton
Master: 1890 E. Penny, Avenue Road, Southampton; 1893 S. Spence; 1896 Bowyer; 1897 - 1907 Jas. Bowyer
Voyages: Pilotage

ELBE Reg No 63565  DCrew/63565  No Date

Contents:
Reg
Steam
Reg. tons 1772 net, 3108 gross
Crew lists: 1870-8, 1871-12, 1872-0, 1873-10, 1874-NA, 1876-4, 1877-5, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-4, 1881-3, 1882-7, 1883-5, 1884-4, 1886-NA, 1887-NA, 1888-6, 1889-4, 1890-4, 1891-4, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-3, 1896-3, 1897-3, 1898-3, 1900-4, 1901-0, 1902-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1870 Thos. Bevis then Jos. Thwaites; 1871 R. Woolward, Jas. Moir, A. Hole, E.M.Leeds; 1873, 1876-7 Jas. T. Moir; 1878 W.W. Herbert and K.H.Macaulay; 1879 M. Compton; 1880 Stuart Dyke; 1881 J. Brander and S. Dyke; 1882-4 Jas. Brander and G.M. Hicks; 1888-90 L.R. Dickinson, B.G. Armstrong; 1891 B.G. Armstrong, London; 1892 Bell, Southampton; 1896-8 H.E. Rudge; 1900 Duncan W.H. Mcnab
Voyages: 1870-71 Southampton to Alexandria mail service; 1873-82 West Indies mail service; 1883-4 London to Europe; 1888-90 Europe, West Indies, North and South America; 1891 London, Cadiz, Rotterdam, Southampton; 1892-1900 Continent

ELEANOR Reg No 98856  DCrew/98856  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1892
Built Southampton by Summers and Payne
Steam, Screw, Yacht
Reg. tons 43 net, 64 gross
Crew lists: 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1
Owner: Percy Lankester, Shirley (1904 Highwood House, Kingston, Surrey)
Master: H.W. Stallard, Cowes
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to Duke of Schleswig Holstein 1905

ELIZA Reg No 7898  DCrew/7898  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1852, 1883 sold in Norway
Sail
35 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1883-1
Owners: Robert Scovell Hamble
Master: 1863 Richard Gill, Hamble; 1873 George Light, Hamble; 1883 H.L. Hanson Norway
Voyages: 1863 Shellfish trade, fishing trade; 1864-70 fishing trade; 1871-80 fishing trade (carrying fish, not catching); 1882 laid up; 1883 Southampton to Norway where sold

ELIZA Reg No 22318  DCrew/22318  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1850
Sail
18 tons
Crew list: 1864-1, 1866-2, 1868-2. 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1874-3; 1882-1, 1883-1, 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-1
Owner: 1866-70 Edward Elliott, Christchurch; 1871 A. Briant, Bournemouth; 1874 A. Briant, A. Lawrence; 1882 George Parsons; 1888-91 William Veale, Devonport
Master: 1866-70 Augustine Davy, Christchurch; 1871 E. Taylor, Christchurch; 1874 Jas. Seymour, Christchurch; 1882 George Parsons, Southampton; 1883-7 Thos. Andrews, Southampton; 1888-91 William Veale, Devonport
Voyages: 1864 coasting Portsmouth, Southampton and Christchurch; 1866 44 voyages between Portsmouth and Christchurch with coal; 1868 28 same; 1869 as before; 1870 Christchurch, Portsmouth, Southampton and I.W.; 1871-4 Chichester, Portsmouth, Southampton; 1882-7 inside I.W.; 1888-9 employed in Plymouth harbour

ELIZA Reg No 56126  DCrew/56126  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred to Banff 1872
Built Woolston
Sail
63 tons
Crew lists: 1867-4, 1868-NA, 1869-NA, 1870-4, 1871-6, 1872-2
Owner: George Voller, 99 High Street, Southampton
Master: Edwin Springale, Jersey; 1870-1 William Young, Falmouth
Voyages: 1867 Channel Islands; London, Greenock,B,head, Wick, Hamburg, Hartlepool, St. Malo, Sunderland, Havre; 1870 coastal with salt, potatoes, ballast, lime, then foreign Stornaway to Hamburg, back to Aberdeen;1871 Liverpool, Warrenport, Carlingsford, Cardiff, Jersey, Chatham, Portsmouth, Poole, Runcorn; 1872 Limerick, Leith, Montrose, Southampton, Newcastle, Portroy, Stockton, Middlesborough, Helmsdale, Portroy, Stockton

ELIZA (not registered 1873)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Reg.
Crew lists: 1873-2
Owner: John Chambers, Yarmouth
Master: John Chambers, Yarmouth
Voyages: 1873 January- June Wheat, Yarmouth to Lymington; barley, Yarmouth to Southampton; barley, same; coals, Southsea to Yarmouth; barley, Southampton to Yarmouth; same; wheat, Lymington to Yarmouth; wheat, Southampton to Yarmouth; flour, Yarmouth to Brading; wheat Lymington to Yarmouth; same to St. Helens; flour, Yarmouth to Lymington; barley Lymington to Yarmouth; malt, Yarmouth to Portsmouth; same; wheat, Lymington to Newport; wheat, Lymington to Yarmouth; Pollard, Yarmouth to Lymington; wheat, Lymington to St. Helens; salt, Southampton to Yarmouth; flour, Yarmouth to Lymington; malt, Yarmouth to Southampton; wheat, Lymington to Yarmouth (July-December similar, details given)

ELIZABETH Reg No 7894  DCrew/7894  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857
Built 1838
Sail
39 tons
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-1, 1877-2
Owner: 1870 G.Drover, Cowes
Master: 1870 G.Drover, Cowes
Voyages: 1870 laid up at Cowes; 1871 Jan-June laid up at Cowes; sold to ferrymen and Registry cancelled 1871

ELIZABETH Reg No 9943  DCrew/9943  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from Cowes
Re-reg. 1866 (closed 1875)
Built at Cowes 1815
Sail
21 tons (1866-71 - 35 tons)
Crew lists: 1867-3, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-3
Owner: W. Duke, Chichester; 1869 W. Smart, Bosham; 1870 Jan., William Duke; July, William Gannaway; 1871 William Duke
Master: Samuel Mullings, 22 Regent Place, Landport; 1869-72 H. Batchelor, Bosham
Voyages: 1867 laid up till July, then London, Poole, Honfleur, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Swansea, Havre, Shoreham, 1868 London, St. Brieux, Newport, Havre, Guernsey, home trade; 1869 (i) Chichester to St. Malo with cement, Chichester to Plymouth with wheat; (ii) Chichester, Sunderland, Llanelly, Littlehampton, Sunderland; 1870 coals between Seaham, Southampton, Chichester, London, Llanelly 1871 coastal England and Wales; 1872 Southampton, Llanelly, Saundersfoot, Littlehampton; 1873 Littlehampton, Llanelly and back; 1874 Llanelly, Littlehampton (several voyages), also Itchenor, Penzance, Poole, Rotterdam, Newcastle
On way to France wrecked at Cleethorpe

ELIZABETH (changed to ALLAH KARIM 1911) Reg No 131767  DCrew/131767  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1911, 1913, 1926
Built 1906 Itchen Ferry by White Bros
Motor, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 124 net, 140 gross (1913 - 119 net, 140 gross)
Crew lists: 1911-3, 1912-3, 1913-1
Owner: Earl of Normanton
Master: 1911-2 Edwin E. Lucas; 1913 N. Renier
Voyages: pleasure cruising

ELIZABETH GRAHAM Reg No 56539  DCrew/56539  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1869 at Middlesborough, Yorks by William Harkness
Sail
Reg. tons 598 net, 616 gross
Crew lists: 1877-1, 1878-1, 1879-1, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-1
Owner: Walter Savill & F.A. du Croz
Master: 1877-86 J.G. Mordue
Voyages: 1879 Havre, 1881-3 New Zealand, Australia, India, Cape; 1884, 1886 New Zealand
Transferred to New Zealand 1886

ELLA Reg No 82420  DCrew/82420  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881
Built Glasgow by Aitken and Mansel
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 428 net, 820 gross
Crew lists: (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346) ----- 1903-1
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: (see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346); 1903 Henry Forester
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France

ELLEN Reg No 7880  DCrew/7880  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1840, 1867
Built 1840 at Southampton
Sail
33 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2 1872-NA, 1873-2, 1874-1, 1876-0, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2
Owner: Robert Scovell of Hamble; 1866 John Scovell
Master: 1863 William Brunnen, Hamble; 1866 David West, Hamble; 1867 Jas. Primmer Hamble; 1873 Hy. Yalden, Hamble; 1880 same
Voyages: 1863-74 Shellfish and fishing trade; 1874 carrying fish; 1877-8 carrying fish; 1880 same and laid up; 1882 laid up; broken up 1891

ELLEN Reg No 19240  DCrew/19240  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1846
Reg. tons 38 (1880-35)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-3, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-1
Owner: Edward Jarvis, Church Street, Poole; 1866-9 Samuel Perry, Plymouth; 1870 George D. Underhill, Plymstock, Nr. Plymouth
Master: John Randell, Lake Road, Landport; 1866-9 James Holten, Plymouth; 1871 Jas. Holten, Plymouth;1873 Edward Harper Oreston, Devon; George Worley, Yeats Hill, Plymouth;1878 John Sibby, 15 Market Street Devonport
Voyages: 1863 London, Llanelly, Shoreham, Poole; 1864-8 coasting Cornwall, Wales, Solent; 1869 coastal, Plymouth to Newport; 1870 between Swansea, Plymouth, Padstow, Newport, Falmouth, Chatham; 1871 British, Welsh and French ports; 1872 Ireland, Wales and South coast (July) Plymouth, Hayle, Newport, Plymouth, Penzance, Newport, Yealm; 1873 Plymouth, Penzance, Newport, Plymouth, Cardiff, Cawsand; 1877 Carmarthen, Plymouth, Landsport, Newport, Truro, Neath, Plymouth, Caernarvon; 1877 Plymouth
Penryn, Poole, Guernsey, Hayle, Newport; 1878 Plymouth, Shoreham, Bristol, Newport, Dartmouth; 1879-80 laid up

ELLIDA Reg No 72355  DCrew/72355  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875 transferred to Cowes 1878
Built Cowes by M.E. Ratsey, Engines by Day Summers and Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 87 net, 119 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1
Owner: E.M. Langworthy
Master: Same as Owner
Voyages: yachting

ELLORA Reg No 27,200  DCrew/27,200  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1859 (re-reg 1860, 1862, 1863?)
Steam
Reg. tons 1070
Crew lists: 1863-10, 1864-8
Owner: P & O Company
Master: James R. Kellock, Prospect House, Anglesea Road, Shirley 1864 W.C. Angrove, Melrose Cottage, Portswood, Southampton and George C Sparkes, Pelham Villas, Portswood
Voyages: 1863 mail service Southampton, Gibraltar, Malta and Alexandria; 1864 mail service Maiseilles to Alexandria and Malta

ELSPETH Reg No 76751  DCrew/76751  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886 (proviously Glasgow)
Built 1877 at Clyde Bank
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 79 net, 131 gross
Crew lists: 1887-1, 1888-0, 1889-0, 1890-NA, 1891-1, 1892-2, 1893-1
Owner: 1887 Henry Drenson; 1891-3 G.E. Jarvis
Master: 1887 Warder; 1891 John C. Bealey; 1892 T.F. Harpton 1893 G.E. Jarvis
Voyages: yachting; transferred to Glasgow 1895

EMERALD Reg No 22532  DCrew/22532  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built Northam by Summers and Day 1857
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 43 net, 69 gross
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-1
Owner: Southampton I.W. and South of England R.M.S.P. Company
Master: 1863 James Conke, Cowes; Frank Kemmett, Lower Canal Walk, Southampton, 1864 George Clarke, 6 Peninsular Terrace, Southampton; 1868 Robert Clarke, Wise Lane, Bugle Street, Southampton; 1869-70 John Chambers, Cowes
Voyages: Passenger ferry, Solent

EMMA Reg No 7881  DCrew/7881  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 847
Sail
Reg. tons 41
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-2
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble; 1866 John Scovell, Hamble
Master: 1863 William Bedbrook, Hamble; 1866 John Saunders, Hamble;1873 John Saunders, Edward Pewter, J. Saunders, William Mears all of Hamble
Voyages: 1863 Shellfish trade, fishing trade; 1866-80 fishing trade, 1882 laid up

EMMELINE Reg No 19968  DCrew/19968  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, transferred from Liverpool
Built 1857 at Liverpool
Sail
Reg. tons 137
Crew lists: 1867-3, 1868-2, 1869-2. 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-NA, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2
Owner: Alfred Pegler, Merchant, Southampton; 1867 David Cork, 38 Bugle Street, Southampton; 1870 D. Corke, then John James Burnett; 1883 same
Master: 1867 Thos. Penciman, Exeter; 1868 James Aldridge, Freemantle, Southampton; 1868 Chas. Jennens, 2 Russels Place, Bridgewater; 1870 Jas. Aldridge Freemantle; 1872-83 John Thomas, Llanelly
Voyages: 1867 Llanelly, Hartlepool etc; 1868 Wales; 1869 Llanelly to Southampton and back; 1870 coasting Swansea, Llanelly, Southampton; 1871-2 coasting Llanelly and Southampton; 1873-83 Llanelly to Southampton as collier; converted to hulk 1884

ENTERPRISE Reg No 27405  DCrew/27405  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built at Northam
Sail
Reg. tons 72
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-3, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-3, 1883-2, 1884-1, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1881-1
Owner: M. Marshall Murray, Godalming; 1883-8 Charles Pudney Mariners Terrace, Bosham
Master: 1863 Jas. Childs, Eling; W. Upson of Burnham, then of Eling; 1878 W. Upson; 1880, 1882 Fred Childs, Fishers Road, Totton; 1883 John Cole, Richard Dale; 1886-8 Henry Parnell, Dunbar Villa, Ryde
Voyages: 1863-6 coastal; 1867 London, Exeter, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Poole, Hastings, Portland, Southampton; 1868 Sunderland, London, Antwerp, Rochester, London, Portsmouth, Yarmouth, Southampton; also Dundee, Dublin, Gloucester; 1869 coastal I.W. and Dublin; 1870 coastal; 1871 Dublin, Liverpool, Swansea, Southampton, London, Hull (coal, bricks, timber etc); 1872 Abbeville, Southampton (oats), London (timber), Bideford, Swansea, Southampton (coal), Ipswich, London, Wexford (timber), Minehead, London, Glasgow, Ardrossan, Jersey, Dahout, London, Dundalk, Barrow; 1873 Dundalk, Barrow, Swansea, Highbridge, London, Belfast, Troon, Dieppe, Teignmouth, Llanelly, Brading, Southampton, Portmadoc, Cowes, Southampton, Pwllheli, Portmadoc, Southampton, London; 1874 London, Sunderland, Pwllheli, Newcastle, Portmadoc; 1876 Hull, Ryde, Emsworth, Brading, Portmadoc; 1877 Grimsby, Sunderland; 1878 Cardiff, Middlesborough, Hull, Sunderland; 1880 Whitby, Sunderland, Cardiff, Newcastle; 1882 Ditto and Cherbourg; 1886 coastal; 1887 home and coastal; 1888 home trade; 10 July capsized at Flamborough Head, 4 lives lost

ERNE Reg No 90402  DCrew/90402  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 83 net, 132 gross
Crew lists: 1884-2, 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1892-1,
Owner: 1884-92 Henry Evans, Derbyshire
Master: 1887-91 George White, 115 Bevois Street, Southampton
Voyages: yachting

ESSEQUIBO (formerly BLADWORTH to 1873) Reg No 65237  DCrew/65237  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Hull; London 1873, re; reg 1877; Sunderland 1881
Steam
Reg. tons 1341 net, 1817 gross
Crew lists: 1873-10, 1874-6, 1876-4, 1877-3, 1878-NA, 1879-4, 1880-3, 1881-3, 1882-3, 1883-4, 1884-NA, 1886-5, 1887-4, 1888-4, 1889-3, 1890-3, 1891-3, 1892-NA, 1893-NA, 1894-3, 1896-3, 1897-3, 1898-3, 1899-4, 1900-3
Owner: Brownlow, Lumsden & Co.; 1873 Royal Mail Company
Master: 1873 Thos. Edward Gaggs, Hull; Jas. Rutter, Robert H. Bruce, P.D. Serjeant; 1876 J. Prideaux; 1877 Chas. W. Hanslip; 1879-80 Ed. S. Edey; 1881 do. and William Chapman; 1882 E.H. Edey; 1883 T.A. Bevis; 1886-90 F.W. Powles; 1891 Frederick Messervy; 1894 Thos. D. Bulkeley; 1899 Chas. E. Dawn, London; 1900 Arthur Hackland, London
Voyages: Dec. 1872 ("Bladworth") Black Sea; Feb. 1873 Odessa and Antwerp; June - Hull to Southampton; July and Sept ("Essequibo") W. Indies; 1874 W. Indies; 1876 Bremerhaven, W. Indies; 1877-82 W. Indies; 1883-7 continental and U.K; 1888-98 Europe, W.I, N. & S. America; 1899 continent and W.I; 1900 London to Alexandria

ESTEREL Reg No 110200  DCrew/110200  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Reg. tons 66 net
Crew lists: 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-0, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: E.J. and W. Goldsmith Ltd
Master: G.E.J. Outram; 1910-11 Ernest Blundell; 1912-13 Arthur B. Finch
Voyages: 1908 South Coast with cargo 1909-10 Langston, Portsmouth, Southampton

EUDORA Reg No 53425  DCrew/53425  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
Built 1866 at Galmpton, Devon
Sail
Reg. tons 47
Crew lists: 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-NA, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2
Owner: F. Lock Warsash; 1884-7 L. Lock; 1888-1903 James Lock Warsash
Master: 1874 D. West, Warsash 1876 Cornelius Spencer, Warsash; 1878-87 G. Fox, Bursledon; 1888-9 Hiram Spencer, Warsash; 1890-4 James Wood, Warsash; 1896 James Wills, Warsash; 1897-9 Richard Mason, Southampton; 1900-1 James Wood, Warsash
Voyages: 1876-8 fishing under I.W.; 1879-81 fishing in English Channel; 1883-8 laid up; 1888-9 lobster fishing Devon, Cornwall, South and West Ireland; broken up 1903

EUGENIE Reg No 7866  DCrew/7866  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854, Re-reg 1855
Reg. tons 52 (1871-92)
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-1
Owner: Lord Henry Cholmondeley, the Priory, St. Helens, I.W. 1870 F.M.A. Dufmore, Pall Mall
Master: William Jones, St. Helens I.W. 1870 George Cook, Cowes; 1872 Joseph Shawyer, Shirley
Voyages: yachting

EUPHRONE (formerly CASTANET) Reg No 97209  DCrew/97209  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay and Co. Ltd.
Reg. tons 37 net
Crew list: 1901-1
Owner: H.F.B. Lynch
Master: G. Leavett
Voyages: pleasure cruise U.K and Europe; Broken up 1912

EUROCLYDON Reg No 24457  DCrew/24457  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860, transferred from Arbroath
Built 1852 at Sunderland
Sail
260 tons
Crew lists: 1863-3, 1864-2, 1866-1, 1867-3
Owner: Hill and Nephews (coal merchants), High Street then Park Place, Southampton
Master: John Hayles; Fred Perkins, Sunderland; John Cook, Sunderland; 1866 Thos. Morrison Southampton George Lewis
Voyages: 1863 (i) Southampton to Gloucester; (ii) and (iii) 9 voyages to Sunderland and back; 1864 Southampton, Sunderland, Shields, Hamburg; 1866 Southampton to Sunderland (4 times); 1867 Sunderland to London, Hamburg, Transferred to Sunderland 1868

EDROPA Reg No 42879  DCrew/42879  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from Exeter
Built 1861 Grand River, Prince Edward Island
Sail
187 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-NA, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2
Owner: Thos. Kemp, Richmond Street, Southampton (? Powells Duffryn Steam coal offices, Oriental Place, Southampton)
Master: Robert Kemp, 10 Richmond Street; 1871 same; 1873-4 F.E. Kemp, 30 Paget Street; 1876 W.I Lane, 11 Regent Street, Mile End, Landport
Voyages: 1866 Newport, Mon. (coal); 1867 Newport, Swansea, Southampton (coal); 1868 coal to Newport and back; 1869-71 Southampton and Newport coal and ballast; 1873 Southampton and Newport, coal and ballast, Penarth to Southampton same; 1874 Penarth; 1876 Ramsgate, Seaham, Portsmouth; laid up June-December, about to be broken up.

EUROPEAN (formerly EUROPE to 1872) Reg No 65556  DCrew/65556  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872, transferred from London, re-reg. 1875
Built 1869 at Govan, Lanark, by R. Napier and Son for foreigners
Steam, screw
Reg. tons (1872) 1431 net, 2242 gross
(1875) 1460 net, 2271 gross
Crew lists: 1872-7, 1873-4, 1874-8, 1876-4, 1877-4
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company
Master: 1872 S.T.S Lecky Liverpool, H.E. Draper, G.R. Vyvyan; 1873-4 J.D. Jeffries; 1877 John P.R. Ker and G.D. Jeffries
Voyages: 1872 Liverpool to Havre, Cape mail service; 1873-6 Cape mail service

EUTERPE Reg No 82405  DCrew/82405  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1880
Sail
19 tons
Crew lists: 1881-1, 1884-2, 1886-4, 1887-2, 1888-3, 1889-4, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2
Owner: 1881 A.O. Bayley, 25 Bucklesbury, London; 1884-9 John Gretton Esp; West Cowes; 1890-2 W.L. Hacon, 6 New Square Lincolns Inn, London
Master: 1881 William Thrower, Brightlingsea; 1884-8 William Merrett; 1889 G. Gilbert, Brightlingsea; 1890-2 George Earl
Voyages: yachting 1890-2 laid up

EUXINE Reg No 13954  DCrew/13954  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1850
Steam
Reg. tons 729
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-8
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 George Babot, Southampton; 1867 J.D. Steward, Woolston (later Botley Road, Bitterne); E. Raskell, Avon Lodge
Voyages: 1866 Mediterranean; 1867 mail service in Mediterranean, to Gibraltar and Alexandria

EVA Reg No 29128  DCrew/29128  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860
Built at Lymington
Sail
63 tons
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-0, 1876-2, 1877-0, 1878-1, 1879-3, 1880-1, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1883-NA, 1884-1
Owner: 1871 A Kavanagh, Carlow, Ireland; 1878 Sir Thos. Kirkpatrick, 6 Royal Terrace, Southend; 1880 same of New Southgate, London; 1882 A.G. Bagot, Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall
Master: 1871 Chas. Bennett, Lymington; 1878-80 Paul Kyle, North Lake, Cowes; 1882-4 Capt. A. G. Bagot
Voyages: 1871-8 cruising; 1879 cruising to Scandinavia; 1880-4 cruising

EXCELSIOR Reg No 86326  DCrew/86326  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1882
Built Northam, Southampton by Day Summers and Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 171 net, 339 gross
Crew lists: 1883-1
Owner: T.J. Parker, Melbourne
Master: W.R.B. Hubbard (?)
Voyages: Southampton to Melbourne

FAIRFAX Reg No 52732  DCrew/52732  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1872
Steam
Reg. tons 708
Crew lists: 1881-1
Owner: William Balcombe, 17 Gracechurch Street, London
Master: Chas. F. Butler, 30 Acland Street, Burdett Street London E.
Voyages: 1881 S. Shields, Dublin, Swansea, Belfast, Cardiff, Havre

FALCON Reg No 72354  DCrew/72354  No Date

Contents:
Built Southampton 1875
Built at Wivenhoe, Essex
Sail
62 tons
Crew lists: 1876-1
Owner: 1876 B.H. Hartley, London
Master: 1876 H. Brown, Wivenhoe
Voyages: 1876 yachting July to September, then laid up

FANNIE Reg No 51829  DCrew/51829  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869 (transferred from Glasgow), 1870, 1883, 1888
Built 1859 at Greenock
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 402 net, 639 gross
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-4, 1871-4, 1872-4, 1873-6, 1874-4, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1881-1, (1882-90 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: G.H. Lewis; 1870 Lewis, Henry Day Mortimer, Robert Mabb; 1872 William Williams, G.B. Clement, J.R. Knight, 1873 Knight, Mabb, E. Copperthwait; 1874, 1879 Clement; 1880 Thomas Lainson, 1881 W. Williams, (1882-90 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France. Broken up 1891

FANNY Reg No 62239  DCrew/62239  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Built Woolston by Alfred Blanchard
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 18 net, 27 gross
Crew lists: 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1903-1
Owner: 1872 Alfred Blanchard; 1886 Haddon and Beavis, coal merchants and Shipping agents, 83 High Street (in name of A. Haddon, William Beavis or Walter Bevis until 1901)
Master: 1886-91 William Court, Bogle Street; 1892-7 William Mabey, Southampton; 1898-1901 Alfred Hanley, Southampton
Voyages; trading and towing inside I.W.

FANNY (no number - registered abroad)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Civitavecchia, Italy 1877
20 tons
Crew list: 1877-1
Master: Sarwel Studley, Lymington
Voyages: Civitavecchia

FANTOME (formerly GODDESS, GUDRUDA 1899, later CONNEMARA 1937) Reg No 98463  DCrew/98463  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899, transferred from Portsmouth, 1903, 1911
Built 1893 Brixham; rebuilt Gosport (1911-115 net, 179 gross)
Sail
Reg. tons 94 net, 110 gross
Crew lists: 1903-1, 1906-1, 1907-1, 1912-1, 1913-1
Owner: Hon. Arthur Ernest Guinness, Co. Dublin; 1913 E. Guiness
Master: George Harnett; 1906-7, 1912 Edward T. Lower
Voyages: 1903 pleasure cruising; 1906 Dublin, Alexandria and Mediterranean, Dublin; 1912 pleasure cruising

FAVOURITE Reg No 27404  DCrew/27404  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built at Northam
Sail (barque)
251 tons (1864-281 tons)
Crew lists: 1863-3, 1864-1, 1866-1, 1867-4
Owner: John Ransom, Cross House, Southampton
Master: William Davies, Newport, Pembrokes; 1866 Andrew Robertson, Plymouth
Voyages: 1863 (1) and (ii) Cardiff, Bristol, Liverpool (iii) Liverpool, -?-, Greenock; 1864 Newport to Nantes, other ports France, Spain, Portugal; 1866 Liverpool, Bahia, and back; 1867 Cardiff, Brazil, North and South America, W.I.

FAUVETTE Reg No 114544  DCrew/114544  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1901
Built 1892 at Leith
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 127 net, 327 gross
Crew lists: 1902-2, 1903-0, 1904-1
Owner: Professer John Harvard Biles, Woolston (1904 University Gardens, Glasgow)
Master: C.E. Willis
Voyages: 1902 New York and yachting U.K.
Sold to Imperial Ottoman Government 1911

FAWN Reg No 26,326  DCrew/26,326  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built 1844 at West Passage, Cork
Sail
31 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-0, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-1
Owner: 1866 Jas. Bowyer, Glen Villa, Woolston; 1869 H. Penny, Anglesea Terrace; 1869 J. Bowyer, Glen Villa, Woolston; 1871 same, Paget Street
Master: 1866 W.C. Bowyer, Glen Villa, Woolston; 1869 W. Bowyer, Clifford Crescent; 1870 W.C. Bowyer; 1871 Edgar Penny, Anglesea Terrace
Voyages: piloting; broken up 1874

FAWN Reg No 62212  DCrew/62212  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856, 1869
Built Kiel, Duchy of Holstein
Steam screw
Reg. tons (1869) 43 net, 75 gross
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-3, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-1, 1884-NA, 1886-1
Owner: 1866 Jas. Bowyer Sen. Glen Villa, Woolston; 1869-83 E.A. Andrews, Glen Villa, Woolston; 1886 do and J.J. Burnett, Southampton
Master: W.C. Bowyer, Glen Villa, Woolston; 1870 Robert C. Mable, then George Dawson; 1872 George Dawson, Princes Street, 1874 Do., Albert Street; 1876 F.F. Greenaway, Albert Road; 1878 do., Anderson Road; 1879 W.J. Eyers, Andersons Road; 1880 Henry Cockatt, 30 Andersons Road, 1881, 1883, 1886 do.
Voyages: 1866 Cruising with pilots, 1869 touring and Excursions Southampton and I.W.; 1870-86 towing ships; transferred to London 1888

FENELLA Reg No 47983  DCrew/47983  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built at Lymington
Sail (yacht)
48 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1870-1, 1871-1, 1872-1, 1873-1
Owner: S. Nicholson, London; 1870 J.G. Grace, Springfield, Dulwich, London; 1873 Lord Calthorpe
Master: James Rice, Bath Street, Lymington; 1870 Chas. Studley, 11 Prospect Place, Lymington; 1873 Benjamin Coltar, Mill Hill, W. Cowes
Voyages: 1864 Cruising (Lymington based); 1871-2 pleasure cruising; 1873 pleasure cruising Cowes, Trouville, Cherbourg, Alderney, Guernsey, Jersey, Brest, Plymouth and Portland until 15 Oct., then laid up at Cowes
Reg. cancelled 1889

FENELLA (later AYACANORA 1872) Reg No 56138  DCrew/56138  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868, transferred to Portsmouth 1872
Built at Lymington
Sail
74 tons
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-1
Owner: S. Nicholson, Union Club; 1871 Earl of Gosford, Harley Street
Master: Jas. Rice, Rosalie Cottage, Lymington
Voyages: yachting

FIDELIO Reg No 16243  DCrew/16243  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, transferred from Cowes
Built 1856 at Port Glasgow
Sail
67 tons
Crew lists: 1869-1
Owner: Peter Irish, 4 Norfolk Street, Strand
Master: J.R. Hitch, 33 Campbell Street, Bon .......?
Voyages: London, Monserrat, West Indies; Transferred to Bridgetown, Barbados 1875

FIRE FLY Reg No 13920  DCrew/13920  No Date

Contents:
Reg. 1855 London or Southampton
Sail
143 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2
Owner: 1866 Jan. Edwin Newman, 7 Jeffrey Square, St. Mary Axe; June Holloway Bros, Jeffrey Square, London; 1867 W. Bullock, Victoria Patent Slip, Greenwich
Master: 1866 William Embleton, Stepney; 1867 Chas. Edwards, Swansea
Voyages: 1866 partly laid up and voyages London to Swansea; 1867 London, Swansea, Plymouth, Porthcawl, Lundy

FIREFLY Reg No 76833  DCrew/76833  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built Northam by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, Screw, yacht
Reg. tons 31 net, 46 gross
Crew lists: 1904-1, 1908-1
Owner: Earl de la Warr, Bexhill on Sea; 1908 D.W. Blundell
Master: William Webb; 1908 G.E. Sklirg, London
Voyages: yachting
Reg. Cancelled 1932

FLEUR DE LYS (formerly MALIKAH) Reg No 94352  DCrew/94352  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1895 (London 1888, then foreign)
Steam
Reg. tons 109 net, 221 gross
Crew lists: 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-1
Owner: 1896-8 Frederick Alexr. English, London
Master: 1896-7 W.J. Marshall; 1898 Chas. Toms, Southampton
Voyages: 1896 Southampton to Baltic; 1897 same; 1898 yachting sold to foreigner 1889

FLINTSHIRE Reg No 105833  DCrew/105833  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1896
Steam
Reg. tons (1912) 2404 net, 3837 gross
Crew lists: 1910-3, 1911-NA, 1912-3, 1913-2
Owner: Royal Mail S.P. Co.
Master: G.C. Cundy
Voyages: 1910, 1912-13 part year Hong Kong, Shaghai, Japan, part Middlesborough to Hartlepool to Antwerp to Rotterdam

FLORA Reg No 21561  DCrew/21561  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1856
Sail
136 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2
Owner: William Cook, Alma Cottage, Sutton, Surrey; 1867-8 William Cook, Chancery Lane, London
Master: Jas. Dyer, Henry Street, Gosport; 1867 Thos. P. Dyer, S. Durham Street, Sunderland; 1868 Jan-June T.P. Dyer; July-Dec. Thos. Harding, Portsmouth
Voyages: 1863 voyages from Portsmouth and Southampton to Seaham and Sunderland (coal), Guernsey (stone), London; 1866 similar coastal voyages; 1867 same (mainly coal); 1868 voyages to Seaham, Shields, Sunderland Etc.

FLYING FISH Reg No 47979  DCrew/47979  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, 1869
Built at Hythe
Sail
22 tons (1869-24 tons)
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1870-1, ---- 1884-3
Owner: 1870 A.J. Bidenwell; 1884 Harrison
Master: Capt. Thos. Hayes; 1884 Harrison
Voyages: yachting, sold to foreign 1886

FOAM Reg No 11135  DCrew/11135  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
86 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1
Owner: E.A. Smith, 13 Oriental Place, Southampton
Master: J.P Smither, 138 Leadenhall Street, London
Voyages: 1863 Falkland Islands and ports in South America

FOAM Reg No 62230  DCrew/62230  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1871
Built Lymington by G. Inman
Sail
Reg. tons 57
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-1, ---- 1892-2
Owner: Howard Elkington, Pembry, Carmarthen; 1878 Henry Chance, Sherborn House, Warwick; 1892 ...C. Cramer, Kinsale, Co. Cork
Master: John Morgan, Lymington; 1876 Robert Sullivan, Cowes; 1878 Emmanuel Griggs, Brightlingsea; 1892 Edward Kerley, Southampton
Voyages: yachting, transferred to Preston 1894

FOAM Reg No 76840  DCrew/76840  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878
Built Lymington by G. Inman and Son
Sail, yacht
Reg. tons 88
Crew lists: 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-0, 1887-2, 1888-3, -----, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-1
Owner: 1878-87 Howard Elkington, Plas. Newydd, Pevilsey, Carmarthenshire; 1888 William Garton, Roselands, Woolston; 1896 M. Jenks, Southampton; 1897 Sir Edwin Arnold, 225 Cromwell Mansions London
Master: 1878-80 John Morgan, Penclawdd, Glam; 1882-4 same, of Lymington; 1887-94 Harry Chas. Rickman, Lymington; 1896 William Frost, Southampton; 1897 Sir Edwin Arnold
Voyages: yachting; sold to Spaniard 1897

FOAM Reg No 120776  DCrew/120776  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1912, transferred from Ipswich
Built 1904 at Paisley, by John Fullerton and Co.
Steam, tug, screw
Reg. tons 2 net, 91 gross
Crew lists: 1912-2
Owner: R.E.V. James Ltd, London
Master: W.J. Delaney
Voyages: towing; sold and Reg. transferred to London 1913

FONTHILL Reg No 76843  DCrew/76843  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878
Built at Southampton by John Ransom
Sail
Reg. tons 202 net, 213 gross
Crew lists: 1879-1, 1880-2, 1881-4, 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-1, 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-1, 1889-1, 1890-1, 1891-NA, 1893-2, 1894-4, 1897-2
Owner: 1879-87 John Ransom; 1888-97 Jas. Dible and Sons
Master: 1879 J.J. Harwood; 1880-2 Henry Brown, Brixham; 1883-7 Saml. John Evans; 1888 Morgan; 1889-97 John Matthews, London
Voyages: 1879 St. Catherines, N.W. African Coast; 1880 Hamburg, Rosario; 1881 St. Catherines, Brazil and Santos; 1882 St. Catherines; 1883 Cardiff to Paysandu (Uraguay); Plymouth, Cardiff; 1884 Cardiff to Paysandu; 1886 Cardiff to Buenos Aires; 1887 Liverpool to Bolivia; 1888 Cardiff, Rio de [...] Janairo, Peinambuco, New York, St. Thomas, Barbados, Bristol; 1890 London, Straits Of Magellan, Punta Arenes, London; 1893 Southampton to ? Tei nmouth; 1894 same; 1897 Cardiff to Baltic; Wrecked 1897

FORESTER Reg No 19645  DCrew/19645  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Sail
Reg. tons 20
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1868-2; 1869-2; 1870-2, 1871-2 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-0, 1879-2 1872-1, 1874-2
Owner: J. Bemister, Christchurch; 1876 George Brown, W. Cowes; 1879 William Summerton, Southampton
Master: James Seymour, Christchurch; 1876 Francis Jerram, 19 Edward Street, Southampton; 1877, 1879 Chas. Preston, Marine Terracce, Southampton
Voyages: 1863 within I.W.; 1864 5 voyages Christchurch to Portsmouth; 1866 Christchurch to Solent Ports; 1876-9 inside I.W.

FORFARSHIRE Reg No 56779  DCrew/56779  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1867 at Pallion, Durham
Sail
Reg. tons 1238 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-NA, 1879-1, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-0, 1883-1, 1884-1, 1887-1, 1891-2, 1894-1
Owner: Walter Savill and Jas. William Temple; 1884 Shaw Savill and Albion Co.; 1891, 1894 Walter Savill
Master: 1876 Daniel Jones, London; 1977-81 D.D. Brown, London (later ABERDEEN); 1883-7 Brown (same?); 1891 John Collingwood
Voyages: 1876 Calcutta; 1877 Australia, New Zealand, India and China; 1879 Melbourne; 1880 New Zealand, Australia; 1883 London to Sydney; 1884, 1887 Glasgow to Otago (New Zealand); 1891 Lonodn, Gofle, Melbourne, Falmouth, Rouen, London
Sold to Argentina 1896

FORTUNA Reg No 72365  DCrew/72365  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred to London 1893
Built at Lymington by G. Inman and Son
Sail
Reg. tons 192
Crew lists: 1876-3, 1877-3, 1878-2, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1886-1, 1896-2
Owner: 1876-86 A.E. Hope, 8 Chesterfield Gardens, London; 1896 Hill & Co. Southampton
Master: 1876-86 Oliver Andrews, 36 High Street, Lymington; 1896 F. Rowlands
Voyages: 1876-86 Pleasure Cruising; 1896Stanley, Falkland Islands, to any port F.I. or S.E. Coast America

FORTUNATE Reg No 13923  DCrew/13923  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1849, 1858, 1867, 1872, 1885
Sail
143 (1885-109 tons)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-3, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-NA, 1875-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-NA, 1879-NA, 1880-1, 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-N.A, 1894-2, 1896-NA, 1897-NA, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-1
Owner: 1863-87 John Ransom, Cross House, Southampton; 1888-1900 J. Dible and Sons, Southampton
Master: 1863 Samuel Woodcock, 22 Richmond Hill, Cork; 1867 G.W. Moore, West Street, Poole; 1871 J.H. Tribble, Hayton Quarry, Lancaster (died on board 1873); 1876 John Steers, G.W. Moors; 1880 Johm Swain; 1884-1900 Thos. Stevens, Bursledon
Voyages: 1863 Leith, Shetland, Barcelona or any port in Mediterranean; Corfu Ionian Islands, Mediterranean; 1867 Southampton to Cardiff With Ballast; 1868-70 Rio Grande, Brazil; 1871 Foreign, then Southampton to Cardiff; 1872-3 Rio Grande; 1876 Hamburg, Bristol, Brazil; 1877 Kongsburg; 1880 Brazil, North Australia, New Zealand; 1884, 1887 coastal; 1888 Home trade; 1889-90 coastal; 1891 Southampton, Newcastle, Sunderland, Southampton (5 voyages), Hull; 1892 coastal; 1894, 1898-9 home trade; lost in collision 1900.

FOUR BROTHERS Reg No 18708  DCrew/18708  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1846
Sail
26 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1866-1, 1867-2, 1868-1, 1874-2, 1877-1
Owner: Gillingham and Booth, Swanage and Gosport; 1874 J.I. Pharoah, Portsmouth
Master: John Hixon, Swanage (1867-8 of Southampton); 1874 W. Prince; 1877 W.A. Cole, 81 Bevois Street.
Voyages: 1864 12 voyages (July-December) Portland, Swanage, Southampton; 1866 trading Portland to Southampton; 1867 2 voyages Swanage to Portsmouth, 2 Swanage to Southampton, 3 Portsmouth to Swanage, 1 Southampton to Swanage; 1868 January-June 5 voyages Swanage to Portsmouth; 1874 Portsmouth to Swanage, Poole to I.W.; 1877 Portsmouth to Swanage.

FOUR - FOUR - SEVEN (or in numerals 447) Reg No 131777  DCrew/131777  No Date

Contents:
Dumb barge
11 tons
Crew lists: 1911-1, 1912-1
Owner: 1911 M. Plascott; 1912 R.E.V. James Ltd, Southampton
Master: 1911 M. Plascott, 1912 ---
Voyages: dumb barge, trading to I.W.

FOUR SISTERS Reg No 29888  DCrew/29888  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862, transferred to London 1866
Built at Southampton
Sail
40 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1866-1
Owner: 1864 John Hawthorne, Lampdealer, near (Limehouse?) Church; 1866 Elwin Hawthorn, Burdett Road, Limehouse
Master: John Barkes, Bradwell, Nr. Maldon, Essex
Voyages: 1864 between Shoeburyness and London, a voyage every 12 days; 1866 trading Herne Bay to London.

FOX Reg No 13132  DCrew/13132  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
124 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2
Owner: Charles Laver, High Street, Southampton
Master: William Turner
Voyages: 1863 Briton Ferry, Southampton, Cardiff, Yarmouth, Newport, Havre, Southampton, Sunderland; Ship lost with all lands after leaving Sunderland, 25 October.

FOXGLOVE Reg No 92047  DCrew/92047  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1887
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay & Co.
Sail, yacht
36 tons
Crew lists: 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1
Owner: 1887 W.B. Paget Esq. Loughborough
Master: 1887 Henry Thompson, Itchen; 1890 H. Garrad, Wivenhoe
Voyages: yachting
Broken up 1918

FRANCIS (or FRANCES) Reg No 13939  DCrew/13939  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Sail
28 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-0, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1894-2
Owner: 1863 John Bray, East Street; 1868 John Bray; Robert Ekless, Merchant; 1871, 1876, 1880 John Bray; 1884 same and Isaac Bray; 1886 Jas. West, Woolston; 1887 Jas. West and John Bray; 1890-4 W. Wilkins, Freemantle
Master: 1863 Jas. Rowe (Roe), 5 St. Marys Place, Southampton; 1871-82 James Hoskins, Millbank Street (1877 2 Belvidere Terrace); 1883-4 Tom Rowe, Woolston; 1886 Goerge Marshall; 1887 Thos. Newman, Woolston; J. Cole; 1888 Newman, West; 1890 C. Barnes, Northam; 1891-4 William Coombs, Rookery. Southampton.
Voyages: 1863 within port of Southampton; 1864-7 Southampton to I.W; 1868 I.W., Manure trade Southampton water; 1869, 1871 Southampton to I.W.; 1873-82 inside I.W; 1883 same and around South; 1886-94 inside I.W.

FREDA Reg No 90423  DCrew/90423  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Reg. tons 84 net
Crew lists: 1904-1
Owner: W.F. Cook Esq, 69 Cadogan Square, London
Master: Thos. A. Matthewman, Colchester
Voyages: yachting

FREDERICA Reg No 44904  DCrew/44904  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built at Southampton
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 21 net, 34 gross
Crew lists: 1867-1, (1871-1887 see LOUISA DCrew/22538), 1875-3, 1876-3, 1878-3, 1879-2 --- 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2
Owner: W. Winkworth, Hythe; 1874 Frederick Fry, Hythe; 1888-93 James Fercy, Shepherds Bush
Master: T. Barnes, Hythe; 1871 Mark Nash Leburn, Hythe; 1878 Richard Banks, George Warren; 1879-93 Richard Banks, Hythe
Voyages: 1867 Southampton to Hythe daily; 1869 Southampton to Hythe ferry; 1871-93 same crew worked LOUISA (22538) and FREDERICA between Hythe and Southampton
Broken up 1897

FREDERICA Reg No 97212  DCrew/97212  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Clydebank by J. and G. Thomson Ltd
Steam, twin, screw
Reg. tons 192 net, 1058 gross
Crew lists: (1890-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346), 1891-3
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1890 George Allix; 1891 G. Allix, Alfred Lee (died 11 May 1891)
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Sold to Imperial Ottoman Government 1911

FREDERICK Reg No 55403  DCrew/55403  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1912, Transferred from Cowes
Built Portsmouth 1867 by Frederick Hardham
Sail
29 tons
Crew lists: 1913-1
Owner: 1912 REV James Ltd; 1913 Edward T. Agius & Co.
Master: William Tanner
Voyages: Used as lighter in Southampton Water
Lost off Bembridge 1919

FREEDOM Reg No 1616  DCrew/1616  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton, transferred from Cowes
Built 1833 at Salcombe
Sail
32 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-NA, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-1
Owner: B. Pounds, Wimborne, Dorset
Master: B. Pounds, 46 Chapel Road (1869 11 Bridge Road) Southampton
Voyages: 1866 coastal Southampton, Cornwall, Poole; 1868-9 Southampton to Poole; 1870 South Coast; lost off Beachy Head, 22 April, on way from Poole to London

FRIENDS Reg No 44902  DCrew/44902  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862
Built Weymouth by Christopher Besant
Sail
25 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-NA, 1871-NA. 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-NA, 1886-1, 1887-NA, 1888-2
Owner: Chas. Molland, 14 Longcroft Street, Southampton; 1868 John Holland, Bevis Street; 1866 E. Ashby, Britannia Wharf; 1880 Edmund Hooper and E. Ashby; 1881, 1888 W.J. Viney, Southampton
Master: William H. Cole, 81 Bevois Street, Southampton; 1872 same and J. Baker, Bevois Street; J. Cole, 177 Melbourne Street; 1876 same and George Duval; 1878 W.H. Cole and Jn. Cole; 1879-86 W.H. Cole; 1888 W. Coombes, Southampton
Voyages: 1866-7 Southampton to I.W.; 1868 Southampton to Plymouth, Southampton to Portsmouth; 1869 Southampton to Portsmouth; 1872 Southampton to Portsmouth with Chalk and timber; 1873-88 within I.W.
Reg. cancelled 1889, converted to barge.

FRIENDS GOOD WILL Reg No 7884  DCrew/7884  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1840
12 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1868-1, 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1873-1, 1876-1, 1877-2, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1
Owner: David Bevis, Swanwick Lane, Bursledon; 1868 Henry Bowyer, Chapel Road, Southampton; 1873 Alfred Ireland, St Mary Street; 1882, 1887-90 Charles Henry Baker of Southampton (then Walhampton nr. Lymington)
Master: David Bevis, Swanwick Lane Bursledon; 1868 Richard Thesman, Itchen; 1870 John Foulgev, French Street, Southampton; 1870 same then William Bradley; 1873 Henry King, Broad Lane; 1876 Jas. Mears; 1882-90 Chas. H. Baker
Voyages: 1863 fishing within Solent; 1871 laid up until Nov. then fishing; 1873 fishing until Feb. then laid up; 1876 laid up until Nov. 1877 laid up until Nov. then fishing in English Channel; 1882 same; 1883, 1886 coastal and fishing trade; 1887 coastal trade; 1888-90 dredging cement stone at Barton Cliff, transport to Newport I.W.

FRIENDSHIP Reg No 22328  DCrew/22328  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1836, 1879
Built 1815 at Redbridge 1868-2
Sail
64 tons (1836), 83 tons (1873)
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1866-1, 1868-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-1, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-NA, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-1
Owner: William Barnes, Botley; 1876 Alfred Haddon, 83 High Street
Master: William Barnes, Botley; 1872 William Allen, 52 Clifford Street, J. Dawkins, Emsworth; 1876 John Dawkins; 1878 George Horner and James Biddlecombe; 1879, 1881 George Horner, 8 Albert Road
Voyages: 1864 Par, Portsmouth, Bursledon, Sunderland, Southampton; 17 voyages Southampton to Sunderland; 1866 Southampton to Sunderland; 1868 Bursledon to Penzannce carrying hoops; to Portsmouth with stone, St. Ives, Portland; Southampton Fareham, Sunderland (3 times); Fisherow, Kennet; 1869 Southampton Sunderland, Cardiff, Dublin, Saundersfoot, Dundee, Seaham, Penzance; 1870 Portsoy, Fortrose, Penzance, Saundersfoot, Newcastle, Portsmouth; 1871 Southampton, Cork, Stirling, Cowes, Hull and other British Ports; 28 September fire partly destroyed ship and destroyed register; to Hamble for repair; 1872 laid up, partly rebuilt; from March 1873 Southampton, Dundee, Sunderland, Southampton, Limerick, Newport, Waterford, Neath, Swansea, Southampton, Port Madoc, Southampton; 1874 Southampton, Sunderland, W. Hartlepool, Middlesborough, Dublin, Swansea, Torquay, Louth, Port Madoc Cardiff; 1876 coasting, Glasgow, Torquay, Llanelly, Littlehampton Sunderland, Shields, Cork, Leith, Briton Ferry; 1878, 1879 similar; 1881 Sunderland to Southampton, ship lost.

FUSEE Reg No 135,654  DCrew/135,654  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1913
Built Milwall 1879 by Edwards and Symes
Motor, twin screw
Reg. tons 16 net, 26 gross
Crew lists: 1913-1
Owner: Chas. Sanuel Kendall
Master: same as owner
Voyages: between Langstone Harbour and Portsmouth
Broken up 1947

GAIKA Reg No 106908  DCrew/106908  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1897
Built Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 3975 net, 6287 gross
Crew list: 1897-2, 1901-1, 1906-2
Owner: Union Steamship Co., from 1900 Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. Ltd. (D. Currie & Co.)
Master: 1897 Bernard Copp, Southampton, 1901 H. Strong 1906 F. Dovey
Voyages: 1897 Belfast to Natal

GALEKA Reg No 110265  DCrew/110265  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Built Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 4299 net, 6767 gross
Crew list: 1903-7, 1912-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co; from 1900 Union Castle Mail Steamship Co.
Master: 1906 J.H. Wilford; 1912 G.W. Armstrong
Voyages: 1906 Cape Town
Wrecked 1917

GALILEO (later JUAN) Reg No 49894  DCrew/49894  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1864
Reg. tons 1037
Crew lists: 1870-4
Owner: Liverpool, Brazil and River Plate line (Lamport and Holt)
Master: William Lee, 50 St. Domingo Vale, Liverpool
Voyages: Liverpool to Brazil and River Plate
Sold to Foreigner in 1870; Re-registered as JUAN

GARLAND (formerly SUNFLOWER) Reg No 109279  DCrew/109279  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 82 net, 234 gross
Crew list: 1906-3 ----- 1910-1, 1911-0, 1912-1, 1913-1
Owner: 1906, 1913 Mrs A. Yorke, 17 Curzon St. Mayfair
Master: 1906 Thos. A. Darby; 1910-13 Henry Doughty
Voyages: Yachting

GARTH CASTLE Reg No 129078  DCrew/129078  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1910
Reg. tons 4791 net, 7609 gross
Crew list: 1910-11, 1911-11, 1912-NA, 1913-13
Owner: Donald Currie and Sons (Union Castle Mail Steamship Co.)
Master: 1910-1 G.K. Gandy; 1913 N.R. Neilson
Voyages: S. Africa

GASCON Reg No 106907  DCrew/106907  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1897
Built Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 3975 net, 6257 gross
Crew list: 1904-2, 1906-3, 1907-NA, 1908-13
Owner: Union Steamship Co., from 1900 Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. (Donald Currie & co.)
Master: 1904 N.R. Neilson; 1908 T. Chope
Voyages: S. Africa; Broken up 1929

GAUL (later SABOR 1906, CARMAR THENSHIRE 1909 CHALEUR 1913) 98863  DCrew/98863  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built 1893 at Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 3074, 4785
Crew list: 1893-2, 1894-5, 1896-3, 1897-4, 1898-4, 1899-4, 1900-3, 1901-3, 1902-5, 1903-9, 1904-11, 1906-4, 1903-4, 1908-NA, 1909-4, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-3,
Owner: Union Steamship Co. (from 1900 Union Castle Mail CO.); sold to Royal Mail Steam Pachet Co. in 1906
Master: 1893 E.F. Tyacke; 1896-8 Edward Sylvester, Southampton; 1897 Milford, Southampton; 1901-3 J. Williams; 1904 S. Clinnock; 1906 F. Whitehead, H. Strong, R.H. Stranger; 1907 J.G.K. Cheret, Walter S. Masin; 1909 Cheret, R.L. Daniel; 1910-12 Daniel; 1913 L. Bolland
Voyages: 1893-1900 S. Africa; 1906 Natal, Hamburg, Antwerp, Havana New Orleans; 1907 Antwerp, Cuba, Mexico; 1909 Same, also Singapore, Japan; 1911-13 China and Japan

GAZELLE Reg No 97206  DCrew/97206  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built 1872 at Wivenhoe
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 18 net, 32 gross
Crew list: 1898-2, 1899-1
Owner: T.D.S. Cunninghame, Penally Abbey, Penally, S. Wales.
Master: 1898 F. Wedge, 13 Northbrook Road, Southampton; 1899 Daniel Welham, Queens Road, Wivenhoe
Voyages: Yachting

GEELONG Reg No 54641  DCrew/54641  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1866
Steam
Reg. tons 1216 net, 1835 gross
Crew lists: 1866-2,........... 1873-1, 1874-3..... 1883-2,.... 1887-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 G.J. Babot, Ivanhoe Villa, Freemantle, then Alfred Johnson, Southampton; 1873 G.J. Babot; 1883 R.G. Murray 1887 G.C. Wroollen (?)
Voyages: 1866 April to May Mediterranean Mail service; June - Bombay, India and China seas; 1873, 1874 Bombay; 1883 India; 1887 London to Antwerp

GEM Reg No 25119  DCrew/25119  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Steam
Reg. tons 47 net, 138 gross
Crew list: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-0, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, ------ 1878-2, 1879-0, (1880-1883 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S. England Company
Master: G. Clark, F. Kemmitt; 1867 David Wain; 1868 Robert Davis, John Master; 1869 Robert Davis, David Wain; 1870 Wain, Charles Fellows; 1872 Fellows; 1873 Fellows George [...] Pull 1874 Fellows; 1876 Junior Huston; (1880-83 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Voyages: Southampton, Portsmouth, Isle of Wight

GEM Reg No 58223  DCrew/58223  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Souhtampton 1890 transferred from Storeham; re-reg 1915
Built 1875 at Scilly; part rebuilt 1890 at Southampton by John West
Sail
56 tons
Crew list: 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-NA, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1803-NA, 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-NA, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1890-1904 James Lock, Warsash; 1907 J.R. Dickinson; 1909-13 Chas. Saunders
Master: 1890-6 William Distin, Warsash; 1897-1913 Janes Wills, Warsash
Voyages: 1890-1900 lobster fishery on coast of Brittany and Ireland; lobster fishing and dredging for escallops on French coast; 1901 a Well bottom vessel carrying shell fish between West of England, Ireland and Hamble river; laid up Hamble River January to April, October to December; 1909-13 fishing

GEORGE Reg No 13959  DCrew/13959  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
89 tons
Crew list: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1870-2, 1871-1
Owner: Joseph Clarke, 18 High Street, Southampton; Edmund Sainsbury High Street, Freemantle; 1870 James Dinning, E. Sainsbury; 1871 E. Sainsbury
Master: Edmund Sainsbury
Voyages: 1863 Southampton, Llanelly, Honfleur; 1864 Southampton, Llanelly, Havre; 1867 Sunderland, Llanelly, Cherbourg, Newcastle; 1868 mostly Sunderland, Jarrow, Tyne, Llanelly, Cardiff, Cork; 1870 coal and stones between Cork, Newport, Southampton, Cardiff, Waterford; 1871 Pitwood to Newport, coal to Waterford

GEORGE (not registered 1871) (no number)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
10 tons
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1873-2
Owner: Matthew Kelleway, Freshwater
Master same as owner
Voyages: 1871 laid up from July to November 5, then Flour and barley to Portsmouth, Yarmouth, Newport, Lymington; 1873 January - offal at Yarmouth to Lymington; Malt to Portsmouth; Malt to Southampton; malt at Yarmouth to Portsmouth; Wheat to Yarmouth; Wheat at Southampton to Yarmouth; wheat at Yarmouth to Newport; malt at Yarmouth to Southampton; timber at Lymington to Yarmouth; slates at Lymington to Yarmouth; wheat at Lymington to Yarmouth; same to Newport; flour at Yarmouth to Newport; barley at Lymington to Newport; wheat at Yarmouth to Newport; same; malt Yarmouth to Shirley; malt Yarmouth to Portsmouth; wheat at Yarmouth to St. Helens; malt Yarmouth to Southampton; timber Lymington to Yarmouth; barley Yarmouth to Newport; wheat Yarmouth to Ryde; wheat Lymington to Yarmouth

GEORGE Reg No 68828  DCrew/68828  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Soutaampton 1874
Built at Woolston by John Foot
Sail
31 tons
Crew list: 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-1, 1911-NA, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: 1874 G. Tugwell; 1878-96 Edward A. Stephens, Hythe; 1897-1904 Goerge Wilkins, Millbrook; 1907 J.S. Standfast; 1908-10 J.S. Boulton; 1912-13 R.E.V. James
Master: 1874 G. Tugwell; 1876 J. Davies, 16 Diamond St. Southsea and E.A. Stephens; 1877 same and D. Cole; 1878-98 Edward A. Stephens; (1898 and G. Burdfield, Totton); 1899-1901 G. Burdfield, Eling; 1904 W. Porter; 1907 R. Nicholls; 1908 W.L. Porter; 1909-10 W. Way; 1912-13 R.E.V. James
Voyages: 1874-81 trading inside I.W.; 1882 same and Portsmouth to Poole; 1883-4 inside I.W.; 1886 same and 2 voyages to Dartmouth; 1887 inside I.W; 1888 Solent and round I.W; Totnes and Truro several times, Shoreham; 1889 January to March inside I.W; Southampton to Totnes twice, laid up July to December; 1890-1900 inside I.W; 1909-10, 1912 trading in South; 1913 inside I.W.
Broken up 1918

GERMAN Reg No 76834  DCrew/76834  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877, 1888
Built at Dumbarton by William Denny Bros.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1946 net, 3028 gross
(1888-1821 net, 3007 gross)
Crew list: 1877-1, 1878-3, 1879-5, 1880-4, 1881-5, 1882-5, 1883-7, 1884-0, 1886-2, 1887-0, 1888-2, 1889-4, 1890-3, 1891-4, 1892-0, 1893-3
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1877-9 Chas. D. Caxwell; 1880 Coxwell, William Bainbridge and A. McLean Wait; 1881 A. McLean Wait; 1882 Leamont and R.A. Leigh, 1883 Leigh; 1886 A.J. Jones; 1888-9 Rd. Reynolds; 1891 Walter Martin, Denzil Avenue and R. Reynolds; 1891-3 W. Martin
Voyages: 1877-8 East London; 1879-86 Cape Mail service; 1888 Southampton, E. London, Algoa Bay, Table Bay, Natal, Southampton (twice); 1890 Southampton, Hamburg, S. Africa, Southampton (3 times); 1891, 1893 S. Africa
Sold to Frenchman 1895

GERMAN (changed to GLENGORM CASTLE 1914) Reg No 109290  DCrew/109290  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 4292 net, 6763 gross
Crew list: 1909-2
Owner: Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. Ltd.
Master: Edward Sylvester
Voyages: 1909 South Africa
Sold to Dutch 1930

GERTRUDE Reg No 67242  DCrew/67242  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875 transferred from Cork
Built 1871 at Southampton by A. Payne
Sail
46 tons
Crew list: 1878-1, 1879-2, 1880-1, 1881-2
Owner: William Henn RN, Hans Lodge, Rothesay, Buke
Master: William Henn, RN, Dublin
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to foreigner 1892

GILMORE Reg No 912  DCrew/912  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built 1824 at Calcutta
Sail
535 tons
Owner George Lungley, Spear Hall, Portswood
Crew list: 1863-3, 1864-2, 1866-2
Master: 1863 William Wright, London; 1864 Francis B. Duff, Penzance
Voyages: 1863 February to August London, Quebec, Plymouth; August to November 2 voyages Plymouth to Quebec; 1864 Penzance, Quebec, Cowes, Quebec, Southampton, 1866 Wrecked April on Scilly Islands on way to Quebec

GIPSY Reg No 13899  DCrew/13899  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1845
88 tons
Crew list: 1863-2, 1866-2
Owner: D. Corke, 3 Queens Terrace, Southampton
Master: William Munday, Freemantle, Southampton
Voyages: 1863, 1866 regular voyages to Llanelly

GLADYS Reg No 82048  DCrew/82048  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built 1883 at Port Glasgow
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 96 net, 142 gross
Crew list: 1886-1, 1887-3, 1888-1, 1889-NA, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-1, 1893-0, 1894-4, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-1, 1900-2, 1901-0, 1902-2, 1903-NA, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-0, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: 1886-8 Rose Elizabeth Stuart, London; 1890-2, E.B. Liebart, London; 1894 Chas. A. Barton, London (and St Aignan Sur Cher, France); 1896-1907 J. Mowlem Burt 3 St John's Gardens, Kensington Park, London; 1909-12 H.H. Bartlett
Master: 1886-8 W.H. M. Curtis, Devon; 1890-2, William Bartlett, Park Road, W. Cowes; 1892-9 Cornelius Long, Cowes; 1900-7 A. Butcher; 1909-12 Mark French
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to foreigner 1920

GLEANER Reg No 13,106  DCrew/13,106  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855 (? 1847)
63 tons
Crew list: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1867-2, 1869-2, 1870-3, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-3, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-3, 1878-2, 1879-1, 1880-1
Owner: John Ransom, Cross House, Southampton
Master: 1863-80 Edward Painter, 12 Cambridge Street, Portsmouth (1873 Fleet Street, Portsmouth)
Voyages: 1863 voyages to Waterford, Newport, Cardiff, Weymouth, Portland, Dublin, Neath, Poole, Swansea, Neath Etc.; 1864 coastal esp. Ireland; 1867 Valencia, London, Southampton, Newport, Bristol, Bridport; 1869 Valencia to Swansea (copper ore), to Valencia (coal), Leif (slate slabs), Sunderland (iron), Southampton (coal); Bridport, Valencia, Swansea, Southampton Bridport, Valencia, London; 1870 Between London, Channel Islands, Wales and France with Coals; 1871 sand and coals, British ports and Valencia; 1872 do.; 1873 Valencia Dublin, Waterford, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea, Fecamps, Swansea, Teignmouth, London, Plymouth, Swansea, Valencia, London, Bristol, London, Portsmouth, Southampton; 1874 Southampton, Bridport, Valencia, London, Bristol, Cardiff, Plymouth, Swansea, Valencia, London, Swansea; 1876 Poole, London, Cork (twice), Fareham, Poole, London, Bristol, Newport, London, Wemmouth, Penzance, Portsmouth, London, Newhaven; 1877 London, Newport, Falmouth, Pennyn, Shoreham, Poole; 1878 Caen, Guernsey, London, Llanelly, Chatham, Weymouth, Poole, Gloucester; 1879 London, Swansea, Poole, Plymouth, Penzance; 1880 coasting trade

GLENLORA Reg No 50084  DCrew/50084  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built 1864 at Liverpool
Sail
764 tons (1880-773 tons)
Crew list: 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-1, 1879-2, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-0, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-4, 1890-1, 1891-1, 1892-1, 1893-NA, 1894-NA, 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-1
Owner: W. Savill J.W. Temple and 3 others; from 1883 Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.
Master: 1876 J.H. Le Vescoute, Bow; 1877 J.B. Mitchell; 1878-87 W. Scotland; 1888-9 Alfred H. Sargeant; 1890-2, G. Nichole; 1896-8 George Lonkin, London
Voyages: New Zealand
Sold to foreigner 1898

GLOUCESTER CASTLE Reg No 132592  DCrew/132592  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1911 Reg. tons 4990 net, 7998 gross
Steam
Crew list: 1911-5, 1912-11, 1913-14
Owner: Union Castle Steamship Co.
Master: 1911 G.K. Gandy, 1912 Gandy, B.A. Bryan, W. Wyndham Verrall; 1913 Stanley Ower
Voyages: S. Africa, Mozanbique

GLOW - WORM (changed to MONSOON 1889, WATER LILY 1894) Reg No 72362  DCrew/72362  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built at Northam by Day and Summers, engines by same
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 118 net, 182 gross;
Crew list: 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-1, 1879-1, 1880-0, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-1, 1889-0, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-0, 1893-1, 1894-3, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-1, 1906-1, 1907-1, 1908-0, 1909-2, 1910-0, 1911-2
Owner: 1876-8 C.L.W. Gardiner, London (1878 The Temple, Goring, Oxford); 1879-88 Lord Lilford; 1890 W. Playne Mailing, Cambridge; 1891-4 W.R. Diggle; 1896-1901 G.F. Muntz; 1907 Frank Bussey 1909-11 Wilson
Master: 1876-8 W. Pearce, 134 High Street, Lymington; 1879-87 John Tracey, 102 Wellington Street, Gravesend (later Southampton); 1888 W. Tracey, mate in charge; 1890 William Woodley Jurd, 68 Derby Road, Southampton; 1891 Thomas Whitticom and W. Jurd, 1893-4 W.R. Diggle; 1896-1901 Dosland, Cowes; 1907 E. Dent; 1909 L. Corke; 1911 C.E. West
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Transferred to Cardiff 1912

GNOME Reg No 7970  DCrew/7970  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, later transferred to Portsmouth
Sail
19 tons
Crew list: 1870-1
Owner: Henry John Buckett, Warsash
Master: Henry John Buckett

G.N. WILKINSON Reg No 63032  DCrew/63032  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875, transferred from London
Built 1869 at West Hartlepool
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 475 net, 719 gross
Crew list: 1876-4, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2
Owner: 1876 James Ledger Hill, Gloucester Square, Southampton
Master: 1876 William Richardson, 28 Chichester Terrace, Southampton; 1878-9 W.W. Hodgson 11 Foyle Street, Sunderland and William Richardson
Voyages: 1876 Southampton, Cardiff, Rouen, Havre, Hartlepool, Portsmouth, Swansea; 1877-9 similar
Transferred to Sunderland 1879

GOLDEN GLEECE Reg No 114572  DCrew/114572  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903
Built Frindsbury near Rochester
Sail
49 tons
Crew list: 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Elliott, Sons & Co, Southampton Docks with E.A. Stephens;
Master: 1903 Edward Stephens; 1912-13 G.H. Underwood
Voyages: 1907 Southampton to Poole, occasionally Portsmouth, Newhaven, Weymouth, London; July to December to I.W. only; 1911 Poole to Portsmouth area mainly, once to Plymouth transferred to Colchester 1917

GOLDEN SEA Reg No 51454  DCrew/51454  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875, transferred from London
Built Quebec in 1864
Sail
1418 tons
Crew list: 1877-2, 1878-0, 1879-1
Owner: Walter Savill and James William Temple, 34 Leadenhall Street, sold in 1880 to Richard George Guy of same address
Master: Alexander M. Ferguson
Voyages: 1877 Australia; 1879 Australia and New Zealand
Transferred to London 1880

GOLIAH Reg No 16614  DCrew/16614  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Cowes
Built 1854
Sail
35 tons
Crew list: 1873-1
Owner: E. Woodnutt, Newport
Master: J. Stevens, Bursledon
Voyages: 1873 Southampton, Saundersfoot, Cowes, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Cowes, Plymouth, Cowes, Portland, Portsmouth, Southampton

GOOD WILL Reg No 9888  DCrew/9888  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1806 at Cowes
Sail
27 tons
Crew list: 1864-2, 1866-1
Owner: C. Molland, 81 Bevis Street, Southampton
Master: 1864 William Cole, 74 Bevis Street, Southampton; 1866 William Masters, Swanage
Voyages: 1864 between Southampton, Swanage and I.W.; 1866 stone trade between Swanage and Southampton; lost February 1866, abandoned at sea

GORDON CASTLE Reg No 114677  DCrew/114677  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Crew list: 1903-5, 1904-3, 1905-NA, 1906-3, 1907-2, 1908-1, 1912-3, 1913-2
Owner: Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. (Donald Currie and Co. Ltd)
Master: 1903 William T. Nutman; 1906-8 Bernard Burt; 1912-13 G. D'Arcy Hinde
Voyages: S. Africa; 1912 N. York, St. Vincent, Cape Town, Karachi

GOTH (changed to COBEQUID 1910) Reg No 98866  DCrew/98866  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 3034 net, 4738 gross
Crew lists: 1893-3, 1894-3, 1896-4, 1897-3, 1898-4, 1899-4, 1900-4, 1901-5, 1902-5, 1903-5, 1904-5, 1906-3, 1907-8, 1908-11, 1909-6, 1910-5, 1911-3, 1912-6
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co,; from 1900 Union Castle Co., Sold to Royal Mail Co. 1913
Master: 1893-6 T.J. Bremner, 23 Cranbury Avenue; 1897-8 N. Messenger; 1899 Neilson; 1904-8 E.A. Travers; 1910 T. George; 1911 L.A. Willard, J.B. Whitton, Stanley Owen; 1912 S. Owen
Voyages: S. Africa; London, Hamburg, Antwerp

GOWAN Reg No 114531  DCrew/114531  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
60 tons
Crew list: 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: 1908-10 C. Kendall; 1911-13 R.E.V. James, Chapel
Master: (as owner)
Voyages: dumb barge, Portsmouth to I.W.

GRAND DUCHESS (changed to ROSALIND 1912) Reg No 109281  DCrew/109281  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Built Hamble by W. Luke & co.
Sail
39 tons
Crew list: 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-1, 1907-NA, 1908-1, 1912-1
Owner: 1903-8 Percy Ashton, Nr. Worcester; 1912 Reg. L. Whittal
Master: 1903-8 Adolphus J. Rand, Essex; 1912 as owner
Voyages: pleasure cruising

GRANTULLY CASTLE Reg No 129058  DCrew/129058  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1909
Steam
Crew list: 1909-2, 1910-0, 1911-12, 1912-8, 1913-14
Owner: Union Castle Co.
Master: 1909, 1911 Edward Sylvester; 1912 N.R. Neilson; 1913 J. George
Voyages: S. Africa, Hamburg

GRANVILLE Reg No 871  DCrew/871  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868 transferred to Cardiff 1872
Built London (before 1856)
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 50 net, 129 gross
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1872-2
Owner: L.S.W. Railway Co.; 1872 C. McConochire, Cardiff
Master: 1872 E.L. Baron, Cardiff and John Lloyd, Cardiff
Voyages: 1871 laid up July to December; 1872 Bristol to Cardiff

GRASSHOPPER Reg No 8171  DCrew/8171  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862, 1866, 1871
Sail
104 tons (1871-154)
Crew list: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-3, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-NA, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-3, 1874-2, 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-0, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2
Owner: Alfred Clayton, High Street, Southampton; 1870-87 F. Rosoman, Albert Wharf, Woolston (later Shirley)
Master: 1863-4, John Richards, Southampton; 1866 John Hayes, Sunderland; 1870 George Webb Hazley Cottage, Woolston; 1867 David Pullen, 52 Clifford Cresent, Southampton; Thos. Abbott, Southampton; 1872-79 George Webb, Vine Cottage, Woolston (later Lyndock Place); 1882-7 J.T. Lloyd, 21 Cumberland Street, Southampton
Voyages: 1863 Llanelly, Southampton, Dublin, Ardrossan, Cardiff, Dover, Shields, Poole, Runcorn, Liverpool; 1864 coastal trade; 1864 coal trade incl. voyage to Fecamp; 1867 Neath Llanelly, Hartlepool, Sunderland; 1868 coal and coastal trade, Portsmouth, Hartlepool, Southampton, Sunderland, Harfleur, Swansea, Cherbourg; 1870 between Southampton Seaham and Hartlepool, laid up from October; 1871 laid up for repair and alterations November 1870 to August 1871, then between Southampton Seaham and Sunderland; 1872 ditto; 1873 Sunderland, Seaham, Trouville, Swansea, Dieppe, Swansea Cherbourg, Llanelly, Rochester, Newcastle, Southampton, Shields, Southampton, Newcastle, Southampton; 1874 Southampton, Newport, Sunderland, Plymouth, Llanelly, London, Shields: 1876 home trade, Sunderland; 1877-82 ditto; 1883 coastal trade, Southampton, Hartlepool

GRATITUDE Reg No 20325  DCrew/20235  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872, transferred from Scilly
Built 1842 St. Mary's Scilly, by John Edwards
Sail
23 tons
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-NA, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-1, 1890-1, 1891-NA, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-1
Owner: 1873-94 James Lock, Warsash
Master: 1873 William Baker, Warsash; 1866-7 Wyatt D. Bedbrook, Hamble; 1888-94 Thos. Bevis, Warsash
Voyages: 1873-80 fishing in English Channel; 1881 do. and laid up; 1882-7 fishing; 1888-92 lobster and crabs fishing, Devon and Cornwall
Broken up 1896

GREEK (changed to SEGURA 1906 PEMBROKESHIRE 1909, CHIGNECTO 1913) Reg No 98870  DCrew/98870  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, screw
Reg tons 3036 net, 4746 gross
Crew list: 1903-2, 1904-1, 1907-1, 1910-1
Owner: Union Castle Steam Ship Co; sold to Royal Mail S.P. Co. in 1906
Master: 1904 L.N. Bayldon; 1907 E.W. Morison; 1910 W.E. Smith
Voyages: 1907 Southampton, Hull, Antwerp, W. Indies, Southampton; 1910 Ceylon

GRIFFIN Reg No 2675  DCrew/2675  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
196 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-1
Owner: 1863 William Alexander, Irene Villa, Freemantle, Southampton
Master: 1863-4 Thos. Shelley, 30 Belvidere Terrace, Southampton; 1866-73 James Stothard, Freemantle (later East Street); 1874 William Munday
Voyages: 1863-4 each year 7 voyages to Sunderland, 1866 voyages Shields, Sunderland, Aberdeen; 1867-9 Sunderland, Aberdeen; 1870 Southampton, Sunderland, Hartlepool; 1871 Southampton and Sunderland; 1872 same and Cardiff; 1873 Cardiff, Southampton, Bursledon, Sunderland, Southampton, Bursledon, Sunderland, Southampton, Sunderland, Southampton, Shields, Sunderland, Southampton, Hayle, Llanelly, Portsmouth, Southampton, Portsmouth

GRIFFIN Reg No 26152  DCrew/26152  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865, 1876, 1884, 1889
Built 1858 at Inch Green, Glasgow by Lawrence Hill & Co.,engines by Aitken & Mansell, Glasgow, compounded by Day & Co.
Steam. screw
Reg. tons 147 net, 216 gross (1889-145 net, 272 gross)
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-NA, 1868-4, 1869-4, 1870-4, 1871-2, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1874-4, 1876-3, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-3, 1880-2, 1881-2, (1882-91 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London & S.W. Railway
Master: G.B. Clement; 1868 R. Mabb, A.J. Cross; 1869 Cross, G. Lewis, J. Heathcote; 1870 Heathcote, G. Day; 1872 Chas. Wareham; 1873 R. Long, W. Williams; 1876 Thos. Lainson; J. Stevenson; 1877-8 F.E. Le Menu, A.J. Cross; 1879 J.D. Barrett, William Williams, F.E. Kemp; 1880 Williams, W.C. Turtle; 1881 J. Dyer; 1882 J. Vanderplank; 1882-9 F. Allix; 1890 F. Allix, Merrells; 1891 E.T. Le Bas
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France

GUADIANA Reg No 70718  DCrew/70718  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1875, Glasgow 1882
Steam
Reg. tons 1579 net, 2504 gross
Crew list: 1876-3, 1877-4, 1878-1, 1879-5, 1880-4, 1881-3, 1882-3, 1883-6, 1884-5
Owner: Royal Mail S.P. Co.
Master: 1876 A. Gillies; 1877-8 A. Gillies and J. Mander; 1879 E.C. Kemp and J Mander; 1880-1, Jas. Lawson; 1882 Arthur C. Green and P. H. Rowsell; 1883 L.R. Dickinson; 1884 T.A. Horton
Voyages: N & S America and W. Indies

GUELPH (changed to CARAQUET 1913) Reg No 104040  DCrew/104040  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894
Built Belfast by Havland and Wolff
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 3111 net, 4916 gross
Crew list: 1899-4, 1904-2, 1906-2
Owner: Union S.S. Co; from 1900 Union Castle Mail S. Co
Master: 1899 John W. Hague; 1904 L. Verrall; 1906 L.W. Bayldon
Voyages: 1899 Table Bay
Lost 1923

GUERNSEY Reg No 68831  DCrew/68831  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874, 1884, 1888
Built Cubitt Town, Poplar by J and W. Dudgeon in 1874
Steam screw
Reg. tons 315 net 545 gross (1888-255 net 520 gross)
Crew list: 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-2 (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72364
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1874-80 George Day; 1881 George Allix, William Williams (1882-91 various, see ALDERNEY DCrew/72364)
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Lost 1915

GUILDFORD CASTLE Reg No 132611  DCrew/132611  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1911
Steam
Reg. tons 4990 net, 7994 gross
Crew list: 1911-5, 1912-9, 1913-15
Owner: Union Castle M.S. Co.
Master: 1911 Edward Sylvester; 1912 Augustus Knight, B.A. Blyan; 1913 B. A. Blyan
Voyages: S. Africa

GWALIOR Reg No 68434  DCrew/68434  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1875
Steam
Reg. tons 1720 net, 2733 gross
Crew list: 1873-3, 1874-2, 1876-3, 1877-4, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-4, 1881-0, 1882-5, 1883-1, 1884-1.... 1888-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1873 Nathan, W. Haslewood, Thanet House, Bassett; 1876-9 J.C. Babot; 1880 same and E.J. Baker; 1882 A.W. Adamson, and M.De Horne; 1883-4 M.De Horne; 1888 W.J. Nantes. Alfred Symons
Voyages: 1873-7 Bombay, New Zealand; 1884 London to Antwerp; 1888 Mediterranean, Alexanria

HALCIONE Reg No 60929  DCrew/60929  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Sail
Reg. tons 842 net, 877 gross
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-1, 1879-2, 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-NA, 1884-2, 1886-0, 1887-0, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-1, 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-NA, 1896-2
Owner: Walter Savill and Jas. W. Temple, Leadenhall Street (later Shaw Savill Line)
Master: 1876 J.E. Croker; 1879-84 E.J. Parker; 1888-92 Richard Kelly; 1893, 1896 H. Brownway
Voyages: New Zealand
Wrecked 1896 Fitzroy Bay, Wellington, N.Z.

HALCYON Reg No 13930  DCrew/13930  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1836, 1849, 1851
28 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-1
Owner: J.A. Warner, Botley Mills, then J. Vant, Hamble; 1866 James Scovell, Hamble; 1867 Edward Budden, Southampton; 1868 A. Haddon, High Street
Master John Draper, Bursledon; J. Vant, Hamble; 1866 Jn. Budden, Bursledon; 1867 E. Budden, Southampton; 1868 Iram Spencer, Bursledon, and E. Budden
Voyages: 1863 coastal to Cornwall and Wales; 1864 coastal and to Abbeville; 1866 January to June, Southampton to Lym trade; July to December, Cornwall to Wales; 1867 coasting between Cornwall and Wales; 1868 between Southampton and Plymouth

HAMPSHIRE Reg No 51295  DCrew/51295  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built at Sunderland 1866
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 489 net, 624 gross (1891-424 net, 601 gross)
Crew list: 1866-3, 1867-4, 1868-3, 1869-7, 1870-NA, 1871-6, 1872-3, 1873-4, 1876-4, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-NA, 1887-4, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-2, 1899-NA 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-3, 1904-2
Owner: J.G. Hill, Sunderland, William Hill of Stoneham, William Hill, Junior, Winkle Street (William Hill and Co.); 1887 Robert Jobson, Hartlepool; 1888-1904 J.L. Hill
Master: Robinson Thompson, Sunderland; 1871 Thos. Taylor, Hiram Parish; 1872 Hiram Parish; 1874 John George; 1876 same and Hy. Coombs 1877 J.E. George; 1877 Hy. Coombs, Cardiff and Brodin Philip; 1880-6 Brodin Philip; 1887 William George Thompson; 1888 J.C. George; J.S. Turpin, Southampton; 1889 J.S. Turpin; 1890 Jas. Simpkin; 1891-5 J.S. Turpin 1900-1; William Gardner; 1902-4 Richard Smith
Voyages: 1866 (May to July) Sunderland, Baltic, Dublin, Cardiff, Dieppe, Sunderland then Sunderland to Southampton regular trading; 1867 Sunderland, Cardiff, Southampton; also Hamburg; 1868 Sunderland, Hamburg, Sunderland; 1869 Sunderland, Hamburg, Penarth, Havre, Cardiff; 1871 similar; 1872-3 Southampton, to Cardiff; 1874 Cardiff, Havre, Sunderland, London, Newport; 1876 Cardiff, Dieppe, Shields, Devonport, Rouen, Cork; 1877-83 similar; 1886 Blyth to Revel; 1887 same; 1888-90 home trade; 1891 home trade, mainly to Cardiff Barry Dock and Newport, several to Sunderland; 1892-1900 home trade; 1901 coastal mainly Sunderland or River Tyne; one voyage to Havre, Caen and Rouen
Sold to foreigner 1907

HAMPTON Reg No 104035  DCrew/104035  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894
Built Southampton By Day Summers and Co.
Steam, Paddle
Reg. tons 32 net, 62 gross
Crew list: (see also HOTSPUR no. DCrew/94514) 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-1....1904-2, 1907-2, 1910-1, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: James Percy, Hotspur Lodge, Shepherds Bush, Middlesex
Master: Richard Banks, Hythe
Voyages: Southampton to Hythe Ferry
From 1915 owned by General Estates Co, Ltd, Ealing; Sold to foreigner 1936

HANDY Reg No 19087  DCrew/19087  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857
Built 1841 at Jersey
Sail
20 tons
Crew list: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble
Master: 1863 John Saunders, Hamble; 1866-7 Joseph Dove, Hamble; 1869 George Light, Hamble; 1872 George Bull, Hamble; 1873 George Light, George Strugnell, Hamble; 1874-81 John Light, Hamble
Voyages: 1863 Shell fish trade; 1864-72 fishing trade; 1873 do. and laid up for repairs July to December, 1874-82 fishing
Broken up 1892

HANNAH RANSOM Reg No 62222  DCrew/62222  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built Southampotn by John Ransom
Sail
Reg. tons 103 net, 113 gross
Crew list: 1871-3, 1872-2, 1873-6, 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-0, 1889-2, 1890-1, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-1, 1913-3
Owner: John Ransom, Cross House, Southampton; 1891 James Dible & Sons (leirs of J. Ransom); 1892-1912 George Alford, Bridport
Master: 1871 F.S. Sanderson, London; 1872 T.F. Stabb; 1873-89 Lewis Davies, Bridge Street, Cardigan; 1890 Hiram Williams Hamburg; 1891 Hiram Williams, C. Bevis, Richard Wheeler; 1892-3 Richard Wheeler, Dorset; 1894-1904 Edward Allen, Chatham; 1909-10 William Coward; 1911-2 Allison Brinkworth, Bridport; 1913 John Travis
Voyages: 1871 Great Yarmouth to Genoa; 1872 Newfoundland, Mediterranean; 1873 Swansea, Barcelona, Cadiz, Newfoundland, Labrador, Leghorn, London; 1874 Limevick, Swansea, Newry, London; 1876 Lisbon, Gijon; 1878 coastal trade and Newfoundland, Labrador; 1879 do; 1880 Newfoundland, Labrador, Canada, U.S.A. and W. Indies; 1881 similar; 1883 coastal U.K; 1884 Cardiff, Cadiz; 1886 Bristol, Cadiz; 1887, 1889 Cardiff, Cadiz; 1891 Hamburg, Seville, Cadiz, Rio Grande do Sul, Runcorn, Sunderland, Bridport, Sunderland, Bridport, Sunderland; 1892-3 home trade; 1894-7 home coasting trade; 1898 coasting; 1899-1900 mainly coasting; 1901 Hull, Bridport, London, Newcastle, Bridport, London, Newcastle, Bridport, Sunderland, Lymington, Bridport, London, Hull, Bridport, London, Hull; 1909-13 home and coastal trade; wrecked 1919

HANSA Reg No 118472  DCrew/118472  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1904
Steam
Reg. tons 516 net, 880 gross
Crew list: 1904-2, 1906-3, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-1, 1911-2, 1912-4
Owner: Donald Currie & Co. (for Liverpool and Hamburg line, transferred to Union Castle Line 1906 for feeder service Southampton to Continent)
Master: 1904 Walter C. Wolfe; 1906 C.I. Johns; 1908-12 R. Buchanan
Voyages: 1908 Southampton to Europe; 1909-11 U.K. to Hamburg
Sold 1937

HARBINGER Reg No 90424  DCrew/90424  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 26 net, 38 gross
Crew list: 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-0, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-NA, 1900-1
Owner: Andrew Simon Lamb, Inner Temple, London and St. Andrews Villa, Bruswick Place, Southampton
Master: as owner
Voyages: yachting (mostly laid up)
Transferred to Grimsby 1916

HARLEQUIN Reg No 14656  DCrew/14656  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
Sail
54 tons
Crew list: 1870-2, 1872-1
Owner: Richard Hare, St. Michaels Lodge, Stoke Devonport
Master: as Owner
Voyages: pleasure cruising between U.K and France

Harriett Reg No 47,976  DCrew/47,976  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built Bursledon 1863
Sail
20 tons
Crew lists: 1864-3, 1866-NA, 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-NA, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-0, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-NA, 1881-1, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-NA, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2
Owner: 1863-86 G. Hewett, Warsash; 1888 R. Halland, Warsash; 1889-94 A. Mears, Swanwick
Master: 1863-86 A. Bevis, Warsash; 1888-94 A. Mears, Swanwick
Voyages: trading inside I.W.
Broken up 1899

HAVRE Reg No 11,385  DCrew/11,385  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built Blackwall by C.J. Mare & Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 200 net, 387 gross
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-3, 1867-4, 1868-2, 1869-4, 1870-4, 1871-4, 1872-5, 1873-4, 1874-4
Owner: L.S.W. Railway (agent E.K. Corke)
Master: Walter Smith, "Dovecote" Highfield, Southampton; 1868 William Turtle, 2 Jessaman Cottages, Freemantle; 1871 William Turtle, Jas Knight, Hy. Day Mortimer; 1872 Hy. Day Mortimer, Bevois Town, Southampton
Voyages: 1863-8 Southampton to Havre; 1869 Southampton, Havre, Guernsey, Jersey; 1870 Havre, Channel Islands and any port between Elbe and Brest; 1871-3 ditto; 1874 Channel Islands and Havre wrecked off Guernsey 1875

HAWTHORN Reg No 27,408  DCrew/27,408  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859, 1873
Built Littlehampton 1859
Sail
298 tons (1878-310 gross)
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-1, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-6, 1873-0, 1874-4, 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-1, 1879-0, 1880-1, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-1
Owner: John Ransom
Master: W. Swinborn, Melbourne Street. Southampton; 1868 H. Carpenter, 1870 G.Avery, Hy. Carpenter and William Robertson; 1874 G. Avery 60 Nelson Street; 1876 John Lacey Pinson, Wimborn; 1877-80 C.H. Ransom, Yarmouth; 1882-4 Thos. Brown, Brigham
Voyages: 1863 foreign from London; 1864 Cardiff to Mauritius and elsewhere; 1866 Liverpool, Monte Video ?, Cardiff; 1867 Cardiff to St. Catherine, Brazil, North and South America and elsewhere; 1868 Liverpool to Buenos Aires; 1869 Cardiff to Rosario then R. Plate and W.I.; 1870 Liverpool, Buenos Aires, Bahia; 1871 foreign; 1872 Cardiff, Port Said, Constantinople, Berdyansk, Taganrog, Amsterdam; 1874 Brazil; 1876 Pensacola; 1877 Cardiff; 1878 St. Catherina; 1880 Buenos Aires and Brazil; 1882 Brazil and home trading; 1883 Liverpool, Buenos Aires; Burghead and R. Tyne; 1884 similar;
Sold to foreign 1884

HECATE (changed to AUGUSTA 1899) Reg No 67130  DCrew/67130  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875, transferred from Fleetwood
Built Fleetwood in 1872
Sail
17 tons
Crew list: 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-1, 1889-1, 1890-1, 1891-NA, 1892-2, 1893-0, 1894-1, 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-2
Owner: 1886-94 J.M. Whitchurch; 1896-7 Hy. Robt. Stevens, Southampton; 1898 William Hy. Trim
Master: 1886-94 W.H. Rogers; 1896, 1898 William Hy Trim, Southampton,
Voyages: yachting; 1896-8 laid up

HECTOR Reg No 114589  DCrew/114589  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 35 net, 316 gross
Crew lists: 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-NA, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton I.W. and R.M.S.P. Co. Ltd, (sec. T.J. Burnett)
Master: 1903-13 Chas. William Cockett
Voyages: Towing
Sold to Belgians 1961

HEDON Reg No 119746  DCrew/119746  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
73 tons
Crew lists: 1908-1, 1909-1, 1912-1
Owner: V. Harper, 6 Oriental Place
Master: 1908-9 Thos. Longman; 1912 T. Green
Voyages: dumb barge

HELEN DENNY Reg No 56168  DCrew/56168  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built 1866 Glasgow
Sail
Reg. tons 727
Crew list: 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-1, 1883-1, 1884-1, 1886-1, 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-NA, 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-1, 1896-1
Owner: Jas. William Temple; Walter Savill and David Peters (from 1883 The Shaw Savill and Albion Co.); 1884-92 P. Henderson & co. Glasgow; 1893-6 Walter Savill
Master: 1876 William Ruth, Bow; 1877 William Lane; 1878-83 William Ruth; 1884-92 Chas. C. James; 1893-6 J. Cearnell
Voyages: New Zealand

HENGIST Reg No 13820  DCrew/13820  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868
Built 1854 at Cowes
Sail
58 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-2, 1870-NA, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-3, 1874-2, 1875-1
Owner: Chas and George Molland of Southampton, blockmakers; 1874 George Brown, Cowes
Master: 1868 John Hoskins, Southampton; 1875 Hy.Harris, Poole
Voyages: 1868 Pothleven, London, Plymouth, Cork, London, Ryde, Portland, Portsmouth; 1869-73 Portland to Portsmouth; 1874 constant trader between Stokes Bay and Portland; 1875 left Portland with stone 10 March for Plymouth and lost on voyage.

HENRY Reg No 7871  DCrew/7871  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1849
15 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1873-1, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2
Owner: 1868-86 Letitia Dyke, Itchen; 1887-90 R. Robinson, Itchen
Master: 1868 William Thompson, Itchen; 1870-6 William Cooper, Itchen; 1877 E. Jurd; 1878 E. Jurd and Thos. Diaper; 1880-90 William Cooper
Voyages: fishing

HENRY AND JANE Reg No 19622  DCrew/19622  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, transferred from Poole
Built 1806 at Cowes
Sail
32 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1
Owner: Thos. E. Oram, Freemantle
Master: Henry Wilkins, 28 Southside Street, Plymouth
Voyages: 1863 coastal, Dorset and Devon; 1864 coastal, Southampton, Lyme, Plymouth, Charlestown
Broken up 1866

HENRY BRAND Reg No 62756  DCrew/62756  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Built 1868 Hartlepool
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 444 net, 698 gross
Crew lists: 1873-3, 1874-4, 1876-3, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-NA, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-1, 1902-3, 1903-3, 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-1
Owner: 1873-1902 James Ledger Hill, 9 Gloucester Square, (later Southampton Steamship Coal and Patent Fuel Co.)
Master: 1873 Hiram Parish, 7 Havelock Street; 1876-8 William Chatwin, South Shields; 1879 Hy. Coombs, Woolston; 1881 do. and John Sealy, Southampton; 1882-1899 John Sealy; 1900 Andrew Scott, Cardiff; 1901 A. Scott and Brodie Philip; 1902-9 B. Philip
Voyages: 1873 13 voyages Southampton and Cardiff, 2 Portsmouth and Cardiff, 1 Hamburg and Cardiff, 15 Southampton and Cardiff, 1 Portsmouth and Cardiff; 1874 Cardiff, Newport, Havre, Hamburg, Tyne; 1876 Cardiff, Rouen, Dieppe, Havre; 1877 Southampton, Cardiff, Sunderland, Hamburg and Brest; 1878-1909 similar home and coastal

HENRY PLASCOTT Reg No 131788  DCrew/131788  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Dumb barge
72 tons
Crew lists: 1911-1, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: 1911 H. Plascott; 1912-13 R.E.V. James
Master: as owner
Voyages: inside I.W.

HERCULES Reg No 97218  DCrew/97218  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Whiteinch by Barclay Curle and Company
Steam, twin screw (tug)
Reg. tons 40 net, 234 gross
Crew lists: 1891-4, 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-2, 1896-NA, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-NA, 1904-1, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-NA, 1910-1, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S.E. of Eng. (agent J.J. Burnett)
Master: 1891-1910 Henry Cockett; 1911-13 George Ellsmore
Voyages: towing in Southampton water
Broken up 1927

HER MAJESTY Reg No 90419  DCrew/90419  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built 1885 at Whiteinch, Glasgow by Barclay Curle and Company
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 131 net, 235 gross
Crew lists: (1886-91 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360) ------ 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton. I,W, and S.E. of Eng. Company
Master: (1886-91 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360) 1906-8 W. Dennis; 1909-10 H.J. Jackson; 1911 J.G. Grant; 1912 G.H. Bligh; 1913 A.G. Harris
Voyages: Southampton, Portsmouth, I. Wight
Broken up 1942

HERMIONE Reg No 72368  DCrew/72368  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built Aberdeen by A. Hall & Co.
Sail
Reg. tons; 1120 net, 1175 gross
Crew lists: 1878-2, 1879-1, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-1, 1887-0, 1888-2, 1889-0, 1890-1, 1891-1, 1892-1, 1893-2, 1894-1, 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-1, 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-1
Owner: J.W. Temple, W. Savill and J. Parker (sometimes in name of C.H. Petherbridge) - later Shaw, Savill & Co.
Master: 1878-86 D.T. Roberts; 1888 D. Roberts, E.Parker; 1890-2 E. Parker; 1893-1900 J. Ceriez; 1901-3 John J. Alsop
Voyages: New Zealand
Sold to foreigner 1905

HEROINE Reg No 18468  DCrew/18468  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton, Transferred from Belfast
Built 1857 at Lymington by G. Inman
Sail
46 tons
Crew lists: 1874-2,
Owner: Henry V. D'Estere, Rossmaquaker, Co. Clare
Master: Thos. R. Butler, Plymouth
Voyages: yachting off Gibraltar
Wrecked 1879

HERON Reg No 58811  DCrew/58811  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1895 (Cowes 1884 then foreign)
Built 1866 at Cowes by R & M Ratsey
Sail, yacht
28 tons
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1899-2, 1902-1
Owner: 1896-9 Frederick John Greenish and Alfred William Greenish, London; 1902 George Cecil Crampton, Co. Wicklow
Master: 1896-9 William Henry Rogers; 1902 Thos. Morgan, Brightingsea
Voyages: cruising
Broken up 1908

HESPERUS Reg No 47,984  DCrew/47,984  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built at Hythe
Sail
16 tons
Crew lists: 1871-1
Owner: F. Moore, London
Master: Emanuel Griggs, Brightingsea
Voyages: laid up
Reg. Cancelled 1911

HIAWATHA Reg No 94507  DCrew/94507  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1888
Built 1879 at Newcastle on Tyne
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 218 net, 339 gross
Crew lists: 1888-4, 1889-NA, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-NA, 1893-1, 1894-NA, 1896-1, 1897-1
Owner: 1888-93 D.H. Macfarlane, London; 1896-7 Jas. D. Baird, Glasgow
Master: 1888, 1890 Lacombe, Ryde; 1891-3 Gurney Davis, I.W. 1896-7 George Liddle, Gosport
Voyages: yachting
Sold to foreigner 1910

HILDA Reg No 86327  DCrew/86327  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, 1888
Built 1882 at Glasgow by Aitken and Mansell
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 392 net, 821 gross
Crew lists: (1883-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1883-7 T. Merrells; 1889 Merrells, T. Lainson; 1890 Lainson; 1891 G. Nutbeem
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Wrecked St. Malo 1905

HIMALAYA Reg No 48594  DCrew/48594  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1863
Built 1863 at Sunderland
Sail
1008 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1878-2, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-0, 1886-2, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-NA, 1890-2, 1891-NA, 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-2, 1896-1, 1897-2
Owner: W. Savill, J.W. Temple and W.S. Partridge (later Shaw Savill and Albion Co.)
Master: 1867 Chas. B. Cow, Deptford; 1870 William Hy. Hawkins; 1871-2 A.W. Friston; 1878 Francis Williams, Leyton, Essex; 1879 Edward J. Pitfield; 1880-3 A. Culbert; 1886-90 William Paterson, Glasgow; 1892-4 H.F. Hill, London; 1896-7 Mann Glasgow
Voyages: New Zealand (also India, Australia)
Sold foreign 1897

HINDOO Reg No 68253  DCrew/68253  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Hull 1875
(Steam)
Reg. tons 2360 net, 3136 gross
Crew lists: 1876-9, 1877-7, 1878-9, 1879-9, 1880-2
Owner: J. Wilson, Sons & Co, Hull
Master: 1876 J.N. Mills; 1877 Mills and Jos. Mitchell; 1878 Mitchell, Lindsey, Lincoln and J.H. Stephens, Wisebech; 1879-80 Stephens
Voyages: New York and Boston

HINDOSTAN Reg No 63507  DCrew/63507  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1869
(Steam)
Reg. tons 1746 net, 3113 gross
Crew lists: 1872-1, 1873-2, 1874-4, 1876-2, 1877-3, 1878-0, 1879-7
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1872 N. Roskey, London; 1877 R.F. Frizell, London; 1879 N.W. Haselwood, Edmond. M. Edmond
Voyages: Bombay, Calcutta

HONDURAS Reg No 12948  DCrew/12948  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from London
Built 1836 at Hylton, Durham
Sail
368 tons
Crew lists: 1866-3
Owner: John Ransom
Master: Thos. Meades, West Street, Poole
Voyages: Southampton, Quebec, Portsmouth, lost off coast of Newfoundland 25.12.66

HONFLEUR Reg No 68827  DCrew/68827  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874, 1884, 1888, 1889
Built 1874 at Kelseahaugh, Glasgow by Aitken and Maunsel
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 277 net, 410 gross (1889-107 net, 397 gross)
Crew lists: 1874-5, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-4, 1881-2, (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1874 Henry D. Mortimer, Robert Long, William Williams; 1876 George Allix; 1877 G, Allix, A.J. Cross; 1878 Thos. Lainson, A.J. Cross; 1880 William Gregory, H.D. Mortimer, C. Vanderplank; 1881 Vanderplank, Gregory (1882-1891 Various, see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Sold to Greeks 1911

HONOR Reg No 119718  DCrew/119718  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1905
Built Leith
Yacht, twin screw
Reg. tons 415 net, 915 gross
Crew lists: 1906-2, 1907-4, 1910-2
Owner: Maurice Arnold Baron de Forest, 25 St. James Place, London
Master: 1906 A. Ernest Laws; 1907 M.E. Chalmers; 1910 Richard James and James Harris
Voyages: cruising
Sold to Frenchman 1911

HOPE Reg No 13,910  DCrew/13,910  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1844
Sail
15 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-1
Owner: C. Molland, 105 Bevois Street
Master: 1866 John Cole, 10 Melbourne Street; 1867 Edward Cole. 81 Bevois Street
Voyages: 1866 Jan-June Southampton to Plymouth, July - Dec. Southampton to Langston; 1867-8 Southampton to I.W.

HOPE Reg No 20937  DCrew/20937  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built 1854 at Plymouth
Sail
24 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-1
Owner: Thos. Copp, Parade, Exmouth; 1869 G.Ellen, Exmouth
Master: as owner; 1869 G. Carnell, Exmouth
Voyages: 1866-7 coasting trade; 1868 limestone from Berry Head to River Exe;
Lost 1869

HOPEWELL Reg No 13949  DCrew/13949  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1842, 1852, 1874 (Guernsey 1891)
Built 1843 at Southampton
Sail
Reg. tons 43 net, 54 gross
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-3, 1873-3, 1876-2, 1877-3, 1878-NA, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-3, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2
Owner: Jas. Edmonds, Swanage; 1870 Emily Ann Randall, Swanage; 1882 Alfred Smith, Eastbrook, Swanage; 1883 A. Smith and G.A. Randall; 1884-91 Alfred Smith
Master: Jas. Edmonds; 1876, 1880 Jas. B. Wills; 1881 Edward Painter, Fleet Street, Southsea; 1882-91 Alfred Smith
Voyages: 1864-7 coasting; 1869 Penryn to London (stone); to Weymouth (grain); Swanage, London; London to Cowes (manure), Cowes to Swanage to London (stone); London to Poole (manure), Poole, Swanage to Southampton (stone), Swanage to London (stone), Portsmouth, Swanage; 1870 stone trade between Swanage and London; 1871 London, Hayle, Swansea, Caen, London, Fareham, Plymouth, Portsmouth with ballst, grain etc. 1873 London, Fareham, Swanage, London, Fowey, Swanage, Southampton, Swanage, London, Yarmouth, Swanage, London, Plymouth, Saunders foot, Swanage, London, Poole, Swanage, Lyme, Poole; 1876 Bridport, London, Swanage, Poole, Weymouth, London, Newcastle, Swanage; 1877 Weymouth, Swanage, London, Poole, Margate, Seaham; also London, Bristol, Hull, Cardiff, Gloucester; 1880 Caen, Rouen, Plymouth, Swansea, London; 1881 London, Poole, Plymouth; 1882 Plymouth, Newport, Newhaven; 1883 Poole, London, beached at Brighton; 1884-91 home trade; 1891 London, Guernsey, Poole, Guernsey, Southampton, Poole, Fowey, Plymouth, Littlehampton, Bridport, London, Salcombe, Plymouth, Southampton, Poole, London, Southampton, Plymouth, Exmouth, Plymouth, Poole, Swanage, Portsmouth, Guernsey, Portsmouth, Southampton, Guernsey, Portsmouth, Weymouth, Guernsey
Transferred to Guernsey 1891

HORNET Reg No 51604  DCrew/51604  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870 transferred from Cape Town
Foreign built
Sail
Reg. tons 170 (1870)
Crew lists: 1870-4
Owner: Edward James Bellingham, Pier, St. Helier, Jersey, C.I.
Master: Chas. Hy. Jasper, Old St. Johns Road, Jersey, C.I.
Voyages: Jan-June between Southampton, Sunderland, Newcastle and Jersey; then foreign trade; left Jersey for Chatham, 28 November and was lost off Cape La Hague, all hands saved

HOTSPUR Reg No 94514  DCrew/94514  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1889
Built Plymouth
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 38 net, 61 gross
Crew lists: (1891, 1893 See FREDERICA DCrew/44904) 1896-1, 1898-1 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1906-2, 1909-1, 1910-1, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2 (see also HAMPTON DCrew/104035)
Owner: James Percy, London
Master: Richard Banks, Hythe
Voyages: ferry Southampton to Hythe; Reg. closed 1930

HUDSON Reg No 58998  DCrew/58998  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877, transferred from London
Built 1869 at Stockton on Tees
Sail
Reg. tons 794 net, 840 gross
Crew lists: 1880-1, 1884-1, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1893-1, 1894-1
Owner: W. Savill, J.W. Temple and others; 1884 Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.
Master: 1880 George G. Colville; 1884, 1887 Edwin J. Thomas; 1888-94 Albert Henry Kemp, Sittingborne
Voyages: New Zealand, via India, China, Australia; sold Norwegian 1898

HUMBER Reg No 81618  DCrew/81618  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1880
(Steam)
Reg. tons 1528 net, 2371 gross
Crew lists: 1880-2, 1881-5, 1882-0, 1883-5
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1880 G.M. Hicks; 1881 Arthur C. Green; 1883 J.A. Lawley
Voyages: West India mail service lost 1885 with all hands

HUMBER Reg No 93071  DCrew/93071  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898, transferred from Shoreham
Built 1886 at Hull
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 7 net, 18 gross
Crew lists: 1901-1, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1901-13 J.J. Bayford
Master: 1901-3 Walter Death; 1904-13 Louis Jacklin
Voyages: tug boat
Reg. closed 1917

HUMMING BIRD Reg No 98841  DCrew/98841  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891, 1902
Built Southampton by J & G Fay
Steam, screw, yacht (1902- sail)
Reg. tons 20 net, 30 Gross (1902-30)
Crew lists: 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-2
Owner: Earl Brownlow
Master: V. Rayner
Voyages: Cruising;
Broken up 1918

HYACINTH Reg No 92037  DCrew/92037  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886
Built Southampton by Payne and Sons
Sail, yacht
Reg. tons 32 (1891-40)
Crew lists: 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-NA, 1896-2, 1897-2
Owner: 1886-97 T.C. Garth, Twyford, Berks
Master: 1886-97 Alfred Carter, Tollesbury, Essex
Voyages: Pleasure cruising sold to German 1914

HYDASPES Reg No 65730  DCrew/65730  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1875
(Steam)
Reg. tons 1890 net, 2984 gross
Crew lists: 1872-1, 1874-5, 1877-8, 1879-4, 1880-3, 1881-1, 1883-3, 1884-8, 1886-5, 1887-9, 1888-2, 1892-3, 1893-1, 1894-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1872 John Rogers; 1877, 1879-80 D. Rennoldson; 1881, 1883 Raymond Harvey; 1884, 1886 G.R. Lawrence; 1887 S. Bason, George Scriviner; 1893-4 Ernest H. Gordon
Voyages: 1874-81 Bombay; 1883-8 Antwerp; 1892 Auckland; 1893 Antwerp; 1894 Brindisi to Bombay

HYDRA Reg No 90425  DCrew/90425  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built at Poole,
Sail, yacht
8 tons
Crew lists: 1892-1
Owner: H.W. Bush
Master: J. Medway
Voyages: laid up
Broken up 1907

HYPATIA Reg No 72345  DCrew/72345  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875, 1890
Built Northam by Alfred Payne
Sail, yacht
43 tons
Crew lists: 1900-1
Owner: C.E. Willis, Clareville, Southampton
Master: as owner
Voyages: Gibraltar to Clyde
Transferred to Liverpool 1883, broken up 1906

IDA Reg No 27410  DCrew/27410  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built at Cowes
Sail
20 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-3, 1867-2, 1868-3, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-NA, 1890-NA, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2
Owner: 1863-94 Obed Bevis, Titchfield, Hants, (later Bursledon, Swanwick)
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1863 local and to Cornwall; 1864 10 voyages Southampton to Truro, then coastal in Cornwall and Wales; 1866 Coastal Cornwall to Wales, and Southampton to Fowey and Truro; 1867 coastal, Cornwall; 1868 coastal, Cornwall and Wales; 1869 Honfleur, Penzance, Falmouth, voyages some with ballast; 1870-72 Cornwall, Wales; 1873 Jan-July 12 voyages between Cornwall and Wales; July-Dec. inside I.W.; 1874 inside I.W.; 1876 Southampton, Penzance, Plymouth, Mevagissey, Portmouth; 1877 Ditto; 1878 I.W.; 1880-3 Fareham and Plymouth; 1884-7 Plymouth to Southampton; 1888 Plymouth to Southampton, Fareham to Teigmouth, then coasting Torquay, Poole, Plymouth, Fareham; Torquay to Fowey; 1891 Plymouth, Southampton, Fareham, Fowey, Plymouth, Southampton, Bursledon, Fareham, St. Helens, Dartmouth, Plymouth, Southampton, Weymouth, Bursledon, Portsmouth; July - Dec. inside I.W. except 22 Aug.-9 Sept. Fareham-Plymouth-Southampton-Fareham-Southampton, and 29 Oct.-23 Nov. Fareham-Fowey-Looe-Plymouth-Southampton; 1892-4 home and coastal
Transferred to Cowes 1895

IDAS Reg No 52987  DCrew/52987  No Date

Contents:
Reg. 1878 transferred from Colchester
Built 1865 at Burnham, Essex
Sail
18 tons
Crew lists: 1878-1, 1881-1, 1883-1
Owner: J. Holdaway, Bulls Head, French Street, Southampton
Master: 1878 J. West; 1881 John Newman, Fratten, Portsmouth; 1883 Smith
Voyages: 1878 fishing; 1881 ditto and trading between Portsmouth and Barfleur; 1883 fishing;
Transferred to Portsmouth 1884

ILDEGONDA No number  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Not Reg.
Built 1870
15 tons
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-1
Owner: Langtry Esq. Peartree Green, Southampton
Master: George Cooper, Lymington
Voyages: yachting

IMOGEN Reg No 22535  DCrew/22535  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built Lymington by George Inman
Sail
37 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1884-1, 1886-2, 1887-1
Owner: 1868 John Snook, Bedhampton; 1886-7 James Lock, Warsash
Master: 1868 Stallard; 1886 James Wood, Warsash; William Hammett
Voyages: 1886-7 fishing
Lost in North Sea 1887

IMOGEN (changed to LORD BYRON 1893) Reg No 98849  DCrew/98849  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891
Built 1890 at Paisley
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 156 net, 330 gross
Crew lists: 1892-2, 1894-1
Owner: 1892 Jn. Robert Wood, Newcastle, New South Wales; 1894 D.S. Schilizzi, Hypatia Villa, Camden Hill, London
Master: 1892, 1894 G. Elliot
Voyages: Europe and Mediterranean Ports;
Transferred to Greenock 1895

INDUS Reg No 13,884  DCrew/13,884  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1863
Sail
Reg. tons 1319
Crew lists: 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1875-1, 1876-2
Owner: P & O Company; 1876 Taylor Bethell and Roberts, Fenchurch Street, London
Master: George W. Hicks, P & O Office, Southampton; 1874, 1876 Edwin Hunt
Voyages: 1867 Southampton to Bombay; 1868 Southampton, Hong Kong, China, Plymouth; 1869 India; 1875-6 Australia

INDUS Reg No 65564  DCrew/65564  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1871
Steam
Reg. tons 2234 net, 3470 gross
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1874-9, 1876-5, 1877-6, 1878-1, 1879-NA, 1880-6, 1881-NA, 1882-4, 1883-6, 1884-7
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1871 H.B. Greaves; 1874 William Barratt, Nathanial Stewart; 1876 Nathanial Stewart, S.D. Shallard; 1877-84 S.D. Shallard
Voyages: India and Australia

IOLE Reg No 62215  DCrew/62215  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, 1873
Built 1868 at Lymington by George Inman, engines by Hayball of Lymington
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 30 net, 44 gross
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-1, 1879-2, 1880-2
Owner: Lieut Col. C.S. Hannington, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex
Master: 1869 as owner; 1870 James Cutler, Lymington; 1878 Thos. H. Rubie, Rye; 1880 Jas. Andrews, Lymington
Voyages: pleasure cruising-1869 Amsterdam, Antwerp and down Rhine; 1870 Havre, Rouen, Paris, St. Valleries, Dieppe; 1871 June-Sept. coastal, otherwise laid up; 1880 cruising Solent and Channel
Transferred to London 1882

IONE Reg No 14,672  DCrew/14,672  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton, transferred from Dublin
Built 1851 at Cowes
Sail, yacht
67 tons
Crew list [...] 1864-1, 1869-1, 1872-1, 1874-1
Owner: 1864 William Stirling, M.P, London; 1869 Francis Thyme Hages Park, Bedford
Master: 1864 Charles Brown, Cowes; 1869 William Winsor, Brixham; 1872 John Brown, 9 North Front, Southampton; 1874 E.H. Page, Yarmouth
Voyages: yachting
Transferred to Cowes 1877

IREX Reg No 90403  DCrew/90403  No Date

Contents:
Reg. 1884 at Southampton
Built Southampton by John G. Fay & Co.
Sail
74 tons
Crew lists: 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2
Owner: J. Jameson, Dublin
Master: W. O'Neill, Southampton
Voyages: Pleasure cruising sold to Russian 1889

IRIS Reg No 76851  DCrew/76851  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879
Built Itchen by W.S. Luke
Sail
28 tons
Crew list: 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-NA, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-1
Owner: 1879-90 George William Tubbs, 11 Cambridge Terrace, Southampton (1889 27 Bridge Road) 1892-7 William Tubbs; 1899-1907 G.H. Dowson
Master: 1879-97 as owner; 1899 Young, Southampton; 1900-4 J. Biggs, Hythe; 1907 T. Wakefield
Voyages: pilot service
Transferred to Rochester 1907

ISABELLAS Reg No 7632  DCrew/7632  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built 1854 at Sunderland
Sail
198 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2
Owner: Hill and nephew, High Street, Southampton
Master: Jas. Hy. Abbott, 31 Belvidere Terrace, Southampton
Voyages: 1863 Jan-June 6 voyages to Sunderland, Swansea and London; July - Dec. 5 voyages to Sunderland; 1864 11 voyages to Sunderland, Shields and Hamburg; Transferred to Sunderland 1866

ISOLA Reg No 114553  DCrew/114553  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southamptom 1902
Built Southampton by Summers and Payne
Sail
52 tons
Crew list: 1902-2
Owner: Messrs. Coombs and Spencer, 113 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, London
Master: Charles Chesterfield, Mevagissey
Voyages: yachting;
Sold to foreigner 1919

ITCHEN (changed to SNEYD 1890) Reg No 62240  DCrew/62240  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Built Northam Iron Works by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 157 net, 192 gross
Crew lists: 1872-1, 1873-4, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-1 1880-3, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-4, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-1, 1902-NA, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Chas. F. S. Day, Thos. Summers and Arthur J. Day, Northam Iron Works; 1888-1913 W.A. Osborn, Bristol (or Osborn & Wallis)
Master: 1872-3 H. Kitcher, 1 Bridge Place, Northam; 1874-1887 John Blaker, 81 Clifford Street, Southampton; 1888 Jn. Blaker, William Fryer, Bristol; 1890 William Fryer; 1890-3 E. Everett, Cardiff, later Hamble; 1894 Enoch Porter, Southampton; 1896-7 W. George, Pembroke; 1898-1900 Edwards, Southampton; 1901-3 J. Guss, Cardiff; 1904 J. Hughes; 1907 E.J. Bower; 1908 G. H. Morgan; 1909-10 A. Nurse; 1911-13 H. Phillips
Voyages: 1872 Built Nov. 1872, sailed from Southampton 16 Dec. to Stockton; 1873 Middlesborough, Poole, Newcastle, Southampton, Newport to Southampton and back, Southampton, Newcastle, Southampton, London, Devonport, Newport, Southampton, Newcastle, Southampton; from 9 June, Southampton to Cherbourg to Harfleur with Cargo for L.S.W.R.Co 19 July Newcastle to Southampton (3) Swansea, Southampton, Aberdeen, Sunderland; 1874 similar; 1876 Sunderland, Southampton, Swansea, Fecamp, London; also Hamburg and Brest; 1889-90 home trade; 1891 home, mainly Newport, Cork, Cardiff, Bristol; 1892-1900 coastal; 1901 coastal mainly Avonmouth, Newport, Ely Harbour; 1909-13 coastal broken up 1928

ITCHEN Reg No 76837  DCrew/76837  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built at Redbridge by Thomas Payne
Sail
Crew lists: 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-0, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-1, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-3, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2
Owner: 1877 Driver and Capper, Marsh Lane, Southampton; 1881-7 R. Driver; 1888-9 Driver and Co; 1890 William R. Gibbs, Lyme; 1891-1909 G. Widger, Northam, Southampton
Master: 1877 George Weaver, Eling; 1879 G. Weaver and David Major, Totton; 1879-82 ditto; 1883-7 Blaker; 1888-91 Chris. Barnes; 1893-6 G. Pullinger; 1897-1901 Jas. Hornyer, Lyme Regis; 1903 Timothy William Mew; 1906-11 F. Poncezocha, Southampton
Voyages: 1877-8 Portsmouth, Littlehampton and I.W.; 1879 St. Helens, Poole and inside I.W.; 1880-2 inside I.W.; 1883 Elbe and Brest; 1883-1908 trading with I.W. and South coast; 1909 trading in Southampton waters; 1910-11 Southampton, Poole, Portsmouth and I.W.

ITCHEN Reg No 113342  DCrew/113342  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Reg. tons 30 net, 34 gross
Crew lists: 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-0, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1901-13 J.J. Bayford (Ed. T. Agius and Co.)
Master: 1901-2 Edward Read; 1904, 1907 Harry Johnson; 1909-11 William Tanner; 1912-13 Thos. Ward
Voyages: dummy barge

IVERNA Reg No 97208  DCrew/97208  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay & Co.
Sail, yacht
84 tons
Crew lists: 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-1, 1896-NA, 1898-1, 1899-0, 1900-1, 1901-0, 1902-1, 1903-NA, 1904-1, 1906-1, 1907-1, 1908-1, 1909-NA, 1910-1, 1911-1, 1912-1, 1913-1
Owner: 1890-1913 John Jameson, Dublin
Master: 1890-1900 W.J. O'Neill; 1902-13 Charles Toms
Voyages: yachting

JAMES AND EMMA Reg No 13,867  DCrew/13,867  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1851
Sail
60 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-1, 1869-2, 1871-4, 1872-4, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-3, 1887-2
Owner: J. Carne, Bankside London; 1867 Henry Carne, Bankside; 1871 W. Carne, Bankside; 1878-82, 1887 Charles Cole, Harwich
Master: Samuel Hainsworth, Limehouse, London; 1871 William Reader, Clerkenwell; 1872 William Reader, Ipswich; 1873 William Reader; William Ling, Poplar, London; 1876 Jas. Marshall, Harwich; 1878 J. Marshall and Samuel Salter, Ipswich; 1880-2, 1887 S. Salter
Voyages: 1866 London based coastal and Normandy; 1867 Portsmouth, London, Brixham, Par, Spithead, Portland; 1869 similar; 1871 voyages Portland, London, Antwerp, London, Dover, Southampton, Poole, Portland, London, Dunkirk, London, Dunkirk, London; 1872 similar; 1873 home trade, and Par to Antwerp; 1876 Harwich, London, Lowestoft; 1877 Lowestoft, Ipswich, Yarmouth, Dunkirk, Woodbridge, Newhaven; 1878-80 similar; 1881 Newport, London, Dover, Grimsby, Antwerp, Dunkirk, Calais, Melton, Gode; 1882 similar; 1887 London, Yarmouth, Ipswich

JAMES HULL Reg No 21,683  DCrew/21,683  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858, 1871
Built at Northam 1858 by John Ransom
Sail
165 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-3, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-4, 1872-2, 1873-2
Owner: John Ransom, Cross House, Southampton
Master: John Friend, Kingsbridge and Henry Carpenter, Phoenix Place, Southampton; 1868 William Morrish and Thos. Elliot, both of Liverpool; 1870 William Morrish; 1871 Edward John Medhurst, Bermondsey; 1872-3 Samuel Bradfield
Voyages: 1863 Liverpool to Bahia and other ports; 1864 Liverpool to Pernambuco and then other ports; 1866 Cardiff, Bahia etc, Liverpool, Bahia (S. America) etc., Bristol; 1867 Cardiff, St. Catherine, Brazil, River Plate, Mauritius, W. coast S. America, W. or E. Indies, Mediterranean, France (or some of those), Liverpool; 1868 similar; 1869 Liverpool to Santos, and ports in Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean and Europe; 1871 Mediterranean, B. Sea, U.S.A. between Galveston and Portland, Europe; 1872 similar; 1873 Glasgow to Palermo and European W.I.,N. America and Brazilian ports; wrecked 1873

JAMES WALTER Reg No 47980  DCrew/47980  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built 1863 at Eling
Sail
75 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-NA, 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-4, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-0, 1883-2
Owner: John Fletcher, Eling; 1869 James Fletcher; 1883 John Swift
Master: 1864-81 James Childs, Eling Wharf; 1883 John Eastwood
Voyages: 1864, 1867 coastal; 1869 coastal between Southampton, Sunderland, Portsroy, Scilly, Penzance, Eling, Cardiff, Shields; 1870 coastal; 1871 Sunderland, Eling, Portsoy, [...] Lees, Sunderland Kelmsdale, Hamburg, Dunkirk, London, Shields, Sunderland, [...] Poollheli, Portmadoc Eling, Dundee, Montrose, Southampton, Dundee, Montrose; 1872 Portsmouth, Whitby, Sunderland, Eling, Tayport, Southampton, Yarmouth, Sunderland, Southampton, Portmadoc, Southampton, 1873-4, 1876-7, 1878-93 similar
Transferred to Hull 1883

JANE not registered  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Not registered
7 (8) tons
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-1
Owner: Joseph Kellaway, Norton Green, Freshwater, I.W.
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1872 Yarmouth, Portsmouth, Lymington, Newport, Southampton, (malt, flour, barley, flour, wheat, manure); 1873 similar

JANE Reg No 20,317  DCrew/20,317  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1851
Sail
Reg. tons 52
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1887-1, 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-1
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble; 1887 Scovells Hamble Fishery Co. (William Scovell, Sec.); 1888-9 John Scovell, Jun. 1890-1901 Jn. Scovell
Master: Thos. Knowles, Hamble; 1876-82 Robinson; 1887-9 Richard Chessell, Salcombe; 1890 George Light, Hamble; 1892-3 Edward French, Southampton; 1897 Edward Sheppard, Southampton; 1899-1901 Scovell
Voyages: 1863-87 fishing trade; 1888-9 fishing, Ireland and N. Sea; 1890 lobster fishing; 1892-3 lobster and oyster fishing; 1893-7 fishing; 1899-1901 laid up half the year

JANIRA Reg No 68835  DCrew/68835  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
Built at Lymington by G. Inman
Sail, yacht
Reg. tons 105
Crew lists: 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-0, 1878-1, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-5, 1882-3, 1883-2, 1884-3, 1886-3, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-1, 1890-2
Owner: 1874 George Field; 1878-90 Capt. Thos. Hargreaves, The Mount, Bishopstoke
Master: 1874 Chas. Studley, Lymington; 1878 Thos. Hargreaves; 1879 Robert Matthews; 1881 R. Matthews and Alexandra Houston; 1882 A. Houston; 1883-90 John Whitford
Voyages: cruising for pleasure

JASON (changed to JASON II 1915 and to JASON 1919) Reg No 131818  DCrew/131818  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1913
Built Southampton by Day Summers and Co.
Steam, twin screw, yacht
Reg. tons 246 net, 560 gross
Crew lists: 1913-2
Owner: J. Bibby Esq. Hardwicke Grange, Salop
Master: W.H. Parker
Voyages: Yachting
Sold to American 1930

JAVELIN Reg No 109274  DCrew/109274  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898, 1912, 1920
Built 1897 by Summers and Payne
Sail, yacht
Reg. tons 31 net, 33 gross
Crew lists: 1904-1, 1906-1
Owner: E.S. Price
Master: Edmund Button
Voyages:
Sold to Frenchman 1907

JEANNE HACKETTE Reg No 131793  DCrew/131793  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Reg. tons 39 net, 47 gross
Crew lists: 1911-1, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: J.J. Bayford, (for Ed. T. Agius, 71 High Street, Southampton)
Master: William Tanner, 4 Masons Close, Southampton
Voyages: dumb barge in Southampton water

JEMIMA Reg No 7224  DCrew/7224  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Reg. tons 25
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-0, 1879-2
Owner: J. Lock, Warsash
Master: 1872 Andrew Haynes, Warsash; 1874 Thos. Bevis, Warsash; 1879 William Hammett, Warsash
Voyages: 1872-6 fishing in English Channel; 1877 laid up July to December; 1879 fishing

JESSICA Reg No 58825  DCrew/58825  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893, transferred from Cowes
Built 1869 at Cowes by Charles Hansen
Sail
Reg. tons 36 net
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1897-NA, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-0, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-NA, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-NA, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-NA, 1913-2
Owner: J.T. Bowyer, Bugle House, 53 Bugle Street
Master: 1896 J. Bowyer; 1899-1908 H. Prince, Southampton; 1910-13 John Hodges
Voyages: Piloting
Reg. closed 1946

J. H. RANSOM Reg No 29883  DCrew/29883  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built at Southampton
Sail
Reg. tons 398
Crew lists: 1864-3
Owner: John Ransom
Master: E.H. Chapman; John Friend, Kingsbridge, Devon
Voyages: foreign trade, Shanghai; lost in China Sea 1864

JOHN AND WILLIAM Reg No 10986  DCrew/10986  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870, transferred from Harwich
Built 1846 at Oulton, Kent
Sail
Reg. tons 24
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-1, ----- 1889-1, 1890-1
Owner: Arthur Payne, Milford, Hants (later Gun Inn, Keyhaven)
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1870 dredging in Channel; 1871 until July laid up for want of employment; from July employed dredging stone; 1873-80 fishing; 1881, 1889 coastal; 1890 dredging for cement stone at Barton Cliff, Hurst Castle
Broken up 1909

JOHNNY BOY Reg No 21,436  DCrew/21,436  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
Sail
Re tons 44
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-3, 1876-3, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2
Owner: 1864, 1868, 1875, 1880 J.J. Bray, 10 East Street (later Woolston) (1867 George Tugwell; 1869 Robert Ekless)
Master: 1864 John Hoskins, 70 Millbank Street; 1866-9 George Tugwell, Southampton; 1873, 1875 William Rogers, Clifford Crescent; 1878-9 H. Pointer, Bevois Hill; 1880-1 George Barnett, Hamilton Place
Voyages: 1864 Dover, Ipswich, Jersey, Guernsey, London, Havre, Dieppe, Chichester, Portsmouth; 1866-7 coastal trade; 1868 Jan-June coastal, July-Dec. laid up at Southampton; 1869 S & E. coasts; cereals, clay, ballast, stone; 1872 Southampton to London; 1873 London to Southampton (Jan-June); Portsmouth, London, Plymouth, Southampton, London, Southampton, Poole, Woolwich, London, Poole, London, Southampton; 1874 London to Southampton; 1875 voyages to London, Poole, Bridport; 1876 Poole, London, Southampton, St. Ives, Penryn, London, Southanpton, Poole; 1878 Plymouth and Poole; 1879 London, Channel Islands and do.; 1880 Dublin, Aberdovey, Londonderry, Dunkirk, Sunderland; 1881 coasting between London and Plymouth.

JOHN PERKINS Reg No 44914  DCrew/44914  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built in America, date unknown
Sail
71 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: Nathaniel Fisher, Southampton
Master: Samuel Parton, Clovelly, Devon
Voyages: home trade
Sold foreign 1864

JOHN SAMUEL Reg No 13,977  DCrew/13,977  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1850
Sail
27 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1868-2,
Owner: William Scanes, Bucklers Hard, Beaulieu
Master: Edward Collins, Beaulieu
Voyages: 1863 inside I.W. with cargo; 1864 within Solent; 1866-8 Southampton to I.W.

JOHN WATSON Reg No 7870  DCrew/7870  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854, South Shields 1866
Sail
Reg. tons (1866-134)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-1
Owner: William Swain, Rosaville, Woolston
Master: Henry Fouraker, Rosaville, Woolston
Voyages: 1863-4 to Shields, 1 Llanelly, 5 to Sunderland, Shields and Newcastle; 1866 3 Southampton or Cowes to Shields

JOSHEPH WELD Reg No 51282  DCrew/51282  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built 1864 at Northam
Sail
Reg. tons 43
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-1
Owner: G. Voller, High Street, Southampton (Voller and Pearce)
Master: 1866 Chas. Arnold, W. Quay; 1867-8 H. Pointer, French Street, 1870 Chas. Arnold then G. Wilkins, Redbridge; 1871-8 G. Wilkins (Freemantle); 1879 William Pointer
Voyages: 1866 Southampton to Langstone Harbour or I.W.; 1867 Southampton to Paulsgrove, Portsmouth Harbour (?) Southampton to I.W.; 1868 Southampton to I.W.; 1869-79 Inside I.W.
Reg. closed 1888, used as open barge

JOYEUSE Reg No 109284  DCrew/109284  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 98 net, 267 gross
Crew lists: 1909-1, 1910-1, 1911-3, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1909 Maurice Jenks; 1910-13 Henry Berkeley, Portman 17 Berkeley Square, London
Master: 1909-13 James Warder
Voyages: yachting;
Sold to French Government 1916

JUBILEE (formerly LOTUS) Reg No 19299  DCrew/19299  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1897, transferred from Greenock
Built 1857 at Fairlie
Sail
Reg. tons 67
Crew lists: 1897-1, 1898-2, 1899-NA, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-NA, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1897-1902 James Lock, Warsash; 1904-6 John R. Dickinson, Warsash; 1909-13 Charles Saunders
Master: 1897 James Lock; 1898 James Wood; 1901-6 William Godwin, Warsash; 1908-10 C. Spencer; 1911-12 James Bowman; 1913 J. Williams
Voyages: 1897-1900 Oyster and shell fishing; 1901 a well bottom vessel carrying shell fish between W. of England, Ireland and Hamble River; laid up Hamble River Jan-March, Oct-Dec; 1906 shellfish between Ireland and Hamble River in summer, and sprat fishing in winter, laid up in Hamble River Jan-Apr. 1909-13 fishing
Broken up 1923

JULIE Reg No 24341  DCrew/24341  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, transferred from Liverpool
Built 1855 at Wivenhoe, Essex
Sail
Reg. tons 244
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-6, 1873-5, 1874-4, 1876-4, 1877-3, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-4, 1881-2
Owner: George Thomas Harper, coal Merchant and ship owner
Master: 1870 George Evans; 1873-81 Robert Crosby, 4 Park Terrace, Wivenhoe
Voyages: 1870 Cardiff, Monte Video, Buenos Aires, Liverpool; 1871 foreign; 1872 Cardiff, Newport, Plymouth; Brazil; 1873 Christianna via Tannang; coastal and Roven; 1874 Baltic, White Sea; 1876 Colchester, Dieppe, Burntisland, Dieppe; 1877 Clackmannan, Dieppe, Barnes, Shields, Norrkoping, Gefle, Colchester, Shields, Weymouth, Blyth, Rochester; 1878 Fredrikshald and La Rochelle; 1879 Colmar and Cronstadt, coasting; 1880 Dieppe, Copenhagen, Malmo and Baltic; 1881 similar
Wrecked on Woolsterners near Warner Light 1881

KAFIR Reg No 68825  DCrew/68825  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built 1873 by John Keg, Kingham
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 613 net, 981 gross
Crew lists: 1878-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd
Master: W.S. Ward
Voyages: S. Africa, India
Wrecked off Cape Point 1878

KAISAR - I - HIND Reg No 76182  DCrew/76182  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1878
Steam
Reg. tons 2560 net, 4023 gross
Crew lists: 1879-6, 1880-5, 1881-7, 1882-4, 1883-6, 1884-6, 1886-6, 1887-10, 1888-NA, 1889-0, 1890-3, 1891-0, 1892-3, 1893-3, 1894-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1879-81 Robert Methuen; 1881 do and Jas. C. Babot; 1882 J.G. Babot; 1883 do. and E.G. Stead; 1884-7 E.G. Stead; 1890 George William Atkinson; 1894 F.H. Seymour
Voyages: 1879-82 India, 1883 New Zealand; 1884 London, Bombay, Colombe, Calcutta, London, Calcutta, London; 1886 London, Antwerp, India, London, Australia, London, India, London; 1887 similar; 1890 Southampton, Gibraltar, Malta, Suez, Aden, Bombay, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Bombay, Aden, London, Antwerp, Gibraltar, Malta, Suez, Aden, Bombay, Hongkong, Shanghai, Bombay, London, Antwerp, Gibraltar, Malta, Suez, Aden, Calcutta

KARAMEA Reg No 110264  DCrew/110264  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Built Hebburn-on-Tyne by R.W. Hawthorn Leslie & Co. Ltd
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 3553 net, 5563 gross
Crew lists: 1899-1, 1900-2, 1901-3, 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-NA, 1906-3, 1907-3, 1908-2, 1909-3, 1910-2, 1911-1, 1912-2, 1913-3,
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: 1899 George Burton; 1908 W.P. Cliffton Mogg and W.S. Turvill Holmes
Voyages: 1900 New Zealand, Africa; 1908 New Zealand; 1909 Liverpool, Glasgow, Brazil, Uraguay, New Zealand; 1912 Montreal, Australia, 1913 New Zealand
Sold to foreigners 1925

KASHGAR Reg No 68549  DCrew/68549  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Sunderland 1874
Steam
Reg. tons 1515 net, 2621 gross
Crew lists: 1874-3, 1876-0, 1877-4, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-4, 1881-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1874 Jn. Babot; 1877-81 Edmund J. Baker
Voyages: 1874-7 Bombay and China; 1878-81 India, E. Indies, New Zealand

KATE Reg No 2945  DCrew/2945  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1847
Sail
153 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-1
Owner: H. Hayward, 7 Nelson Street, Lymington
Master: 1864 John Smith, Lymington; 1866 William Youlden, Sunderland
Voyages: 1864, 1866 regularly between Lymington and Sunderland

KATE Reg No 9583  DCrew/9583  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
Built 1836 at Brightingsea, Essex
Sail
34 tons
Crew lists: 1874-2, 1876-NA, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-2
Owner: J. Lock, Warsash
Master: 1874 Walter West, Warsash; 1877 George Smith, Warsash; 1878 Owen Bevis, Hamble and George Smith; 1879, 1881 O. Bevis; 1882 O. Bevis and Tram Spencer
Voyages: 1874 fishing in English Channel; July-Dec. laid up Warsash; 1878-81 fishing in English Channel; 1882 fishing until lost at Ballaskilly, nr. Waterville, Co. Kerry

KELPIE Reg No 114590  DCrew/114590  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903
68 tons
Crew lists: 1903-1, 1904-2..... 1907-1
Owner: C. Kendall, Cross House, Southampton
Master: 1903 F. Kendall, G. Kendall; 1907 Chas. Kendall
Voyages: inside I.W.

KEMPTON (formerly SIRIUS) Reg No 93429  DCrew/93429  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1900, transferred from Barrow
Built 1892 at Barrow
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 82 net, 162 gross
Crew lists: 1901-2, 1902-1, 1904-1
Owner: 1901 F.H. Blackhall Esq. Stonehaven; 1904 William Dixon Winterbottom, Aston Hall, Aston on Trent
Master: Thomas Jay, Rowhedge, Essex
Voyages: yachting
Sold to French Government 1917

KENILWORTH CASTLE Reg No 118433  DCrew/118433  No Date

Contents:
Reg.
Steam
Reg. tons 12,975
Crew lists: 1908-3, 1909-4
Owner: Union Castle Co.
Master: J. Morton
Voyages: Cape Mail Service

KENNET (formerly GENERAL HAVELOCK) Reg No 104354  DCrew/104354  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Reg. tons 413 net, 827 gross
Crew lists: 1901-2,.... 1906-1,..... 1912-5
Owner: Royal Mail Company (G.M. Hicks)
Master: T.K. Corbould; 1906 T.K. Corbould, A.A. Smith; 1912 H.W. Turner, F.S. Harman
Voyages: W. Indies and S. America

KENNETH VICTOR Reg No 106906  DCrew/106906  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896
Built Southampton by James Dible & Sons
Sail
171 tons
Crew lists: 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-0, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-2, 1906-2
Owner: J. Dible & Sons; 1906 R. Ehlers, Bristol
Master: 1897 Stephen Trew, Poole; Herbert G. Lee, Brixham; 1898-9 H.G.Lee; 1900, 1902 W. Oliver; 1903-6 Joseph Wood, Dartmouth
Voyages: 1897 W. Indies, S. America, coastal trade; 1898 Seville and coastal; 1900 Gallegos (Argentina); 1906 Newport, Bristol Coybonear (Newfoundland);
Transferred to St. Johns, Newfoundland 1906

KHEDIVE Reg No 65565  DCrew/65565  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1879
Steam
Reg. tons 2228 net, 3860 gross
Crew lists: 1874-8, 1876-6, 1877-5, 1878-6, 1879-NA, 1880-4, 1881-NA, 1882-6 1883-6, 1884-9, 1886-6, 1887-6, 1888-9, 1889-5, 1890-3, 1891-5, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-3, 1896-2, 1897-0, 1898-1
Owner: P & O Company (H. Bayley, F.D. Barnes)
Master: 1874 J.D. Steward, Bitterne; 1880 do. and P.S. Tomlin; 1882 do. and William A. Seaton; 1884 W.A. Seaton, Maurice Horne, S. Bason; 1886-90 Arthur A. Loggin; 1891-6 L.H. Mouls; 1898 Andrews, Southampton
Voyages: 1876-84 India; 1886-7 Antwerp; 1888 London, Antwerp, Mediterranean, India; 1889-96 London to Antwerp; 1898 Bombay

KHIVA Reg No 68491  DCrew/68491  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Sunderland 1873
Steam
Reg. tons 1506 net, 2609 gross
Crew lists: 1874-5, 1876-3, 1877-2, 1880-6, 1881-4, 1882-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1874 J.D. Gaby, Bath; 1876 G.G. Perrins; 1877 do. and George Lee; 1878-9 G. Lee; 1880 do. and T. Alderton; 1881 Thos. Alderton, George Serivener; 1882 G. Serivener
Voyages: 1874 mail service to India; 1876 Hong Kong; 1877 Bombay; 1878-82 mail service to Australia and New Zealand

KILDONAN CASTLE Reg No 112615  DCrew/112615  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1899
Steam
Reg. tons 5104 net, 9652 gross
Crew lists: 1900-9, 1901-10, 1902-19, 1903-20, 1904-28, 1906-20, 1907-19, 1908-23, 1909-15, 1910-18, 1911-18, 1912-15, 1913-11
Owner: Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. (D. Currie & Co.)
Master: 1900-1 J.C. Robinson; 1902-3 R. Randell; 1904 J. Rose; 1906-9 J. Tyson; 1910 F.J. Moseley; 1911-12 J.L Stanistreet; 1913 J. Whitehead
Voyages: S. Africa

KINFAUNS CASTLE Reg No 110173  DCrew/110173  No Date

Contents:
Reg.
Steam
Reg. tons 5063 net, 9664 gross
Crew lists: 1900-8, 1901-16, 1902-17, 1903-1, 1907-18, 1908-18, 1909-10, 1910-17, 1911-14, 1912-18, 1913-9
Owner: Union Castle Mail Steamship Co. (Donald Currie & Co)
Master: 1900-1 Robert Duncan; 1908 Robert Winder; 1910 G.R. Gaundy; 1912-13 F.J. Moseley

KING ERMYN Reg No 68815  DCrew/68815  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built Stockton on Tees by M. Pearce & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 697 net, 1109 gross
Crew lists: 1873-9, 1874-9, 1876-7, 1877-8, 1878-4, 1879-3, 1880-6, 1881-5, 1882-5, 1883-5, 1884-6, 1886-2, 1887-6, 1888-4, 1889-4, 1890-3, 1891-4, 1892-3, 1893-2, 1894-2
Owner: George Thos. Harper, Oriental Place, Southampton
Master: 1873 James Ward, Cardiff; 1876 Alfred George Harlow, Thos. Kemp; 1878-9 John Kemp; 1880 J. Kemp and A.G. Harlow; 1881 J. Kemp and James Ward; 1882-3 J. Kemp; 1884 B.J. Cator; 1886-9 R. Hughes; 1891-2 H. Jack; 1893-4 L. Hughes
Voyages: 1873 Mediterranean, Sea of Azov, Hull, Cronstadt, Black Sea; 1874 Mediterranean; 1876 Braila (Roumania), on R. Danube; Varnia (Bulgaria); also Southampton to Newport; 1877 Brindisi, Corfu, Malta, Venice, Constantinople; 1878 Mediterranean and Black Sea; 1879 Venice, Malta; 1880 Mediterranean and Black Seas; 1881 Mediterranean, Black, Azov and Baltic Seas; 1882-3 Malta and Constantinople; 1886 regular voyages, mainly S. Wales to Havre; 1887 Cardiff to Bordeaux; 1888 S. Shields, Copenhagen, Sundsrall, Southampton, Havre, Cardiff (Penarth), 11 voyages South Wales to Havre, Southampton, Cardiff, Barcelona, Bilbao, Teineuzen, S. Shields, Elsinore, Skelleftea, Dunkirk, Blyth; 1889 Blyth, Copenhagen, Sielleftea, Bordeaux, Bilbao, S. Shields, Copenhagen, Maiseilles, Elbe, Rouen, Cardiff, Newport, Havre, Penarth, Grangemouth, Copenhagen, Sundsrall, Grangemouth, Copenhagen, Skelleftea, Southampton, Burntisland, Flensburg, Skelleftea, Southampton, Buntisland, Lulea, Cardiff, Havre, Cardiff; 1890 Cardiff, Havre, Cardiff, Newport, Lisbon, Bilbao, Dunkirk, Barry, Portsmouth, Cardiff, Havre, Cardiff
Sold to German 1896

KINGFISHER Reg No 27406  DCrew/27406  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built at Lymington
Sail
48 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1868-2, 1871-2, 1872-2
Owner: H.R. Lee, Esq, R.A., Brodgate House, Barnstaple
Master: Thos, Butler, Plymouth
Voyages: 1866 Plymouth based; 1868 Appledore to Scotland, Swansea to Plymouth; 1871-2 Plymouth to Cape Town and other ports transferred to Portsmouth 1872

KITTIWAKE Reg No 102380  DCrew/102380  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1905 (1893 Greenock, then owned by Frenchman)
Built 1893 at Greenock
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 122 net, 179 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1, 1909-1, 1911-1
Owner: Walter S. Bailey, Poulett Lodge, Twickenham
Master: 1906 E.H. Sheitliff, Southwick, Sussex; 1909 Alfred Butcher; 1911 A. Chas. Bedowra, Cowes
Voyages: pleasure Cruising
Sold to French n 1912

KUMARA Reg No 110258  DCrew/110258  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Built Wallsend by C.S. Swan & Hunter Ltd
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 3906 net, 6034 gross
Crew lists: 1899-1, 1900-3, 1901-1, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-NA, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-3, 1909-2, 1910-4, 1911-2, 1912-3, 1913-2
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: 1899-1906 W. Scotland; 1907-12 A. Marten; 1913 R.S. Lewis
Voyages: 1899 Tyne to London; 1900 New Zealand; 1908 Birkenhead to London; 1910 London to Liverpool; 1911 London to River Plate; 1912-13 Australia via Tyne and Montreal
Sold to Italian 1928

LADY BEATRICE Reg No 92028  DCrew/92028  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built at Leith
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg.tons 154 net, 244 gross
Crew lists: 1886-3, 1887-1, 1888-1, 1889-1
Owner: R.J. Parker Esq. London
Master: 1886-7 L. Stirkland, Poole; 1887-8 as owner
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Transferred to Poole 1890

LADY CONSTANCE Reg No 21685  DCrew/21685  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built North Hylton, Durham by William Tayler
Sail
195 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-NA, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-0, 1884-2, 1886-NA, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-1, 1893-NA, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2
Owner: William Hill, Merchant and Nephews, Southampton; 1880 J.L. Hill, Gloucester Square; 1887-94 Ernest Hill, Oak Bank, Wharf, Woolston; 1896-1900 Harper, Oak Bank Wharf, Woolston; 1901 Jan-June Vivian Harper, Millbrook; July-Dec. John Pattison, W. Hartlepool
Master: 1863-90 Jas. H. Abbott, Belvidere Terrace, Southampton; 1891-2 Alfred Tupper, 51 Chapel Road, Southampton; 1896-1900 Robert Wilkinson, Woolston; 1901 Jan-June Robert Wilkinson; July-Dec. Albert Keeler, Sunderland
Voyages: 1863 12 voyages from Southampton to Sunderland; 1866-7 Southampton, Sunderland; 1868-70 regularly Southampton, Cardiff, Sunderland, Swansea; 1871-6 Southampton, Sunderland; 1877-82 Hartlepool, Sunderland; 1887-90 coasting and home trade; 1891 Sunderland, Southampton (once each Plymouth, Shields, Harwich); 1892-1900 coastal; 1901 Jan-June Southampton to Hartlepool (twice), Southampton to Sunderland, Southampton to Hartlepool; July-Dec. Sunderland, Newhaven, Hartlepool, Southampton, Hartlepool, Portsmouth, Yarmouth, Hartlepool, Whitstable
Transferred to W. Hartlepool 1901

LADYE Reg No 19083  DCrew/19083  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857, 1871
Built at Lymington 1857 by George Inman
Sail
16 tons (1871-28 tons)
Crew lists: 1871-2, 1872-1
Owner: William Halliday, Kingston College, E. Cowes.
Master: 1871 as owner; 1872 Peter Derham, Sandbanks
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Broken up 1887

LADY HEATHCOTE Reg No 62210  DCrew/62210  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868
Built Southampton
Sail
498 tons
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-0, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-4
Owner: John Ransom
Master: Samuel F. Loosemore, Park Road, Freemantle
Voyages: 1869 foreign; 1870 Liverpool to Bordeaux, Guatemala to Queenstown and Bristol; 1872 Liverpool, Guay-Aguil (Equador), W. Coast of S. America, Callao(Peru) Iquique, and Pis gua (Chile); 1873 Liverpool, Valparaiso, Callao, Mal Abrigo (Uruguay), Liverpool; 1874 Liverpool, Talchauamo Bay, Queenstown, Havre,
Burnt at Sea 1874

LADY HULSE Reg No 47985  DCrew/47985  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, 1872
Built Southampton by John Ransom
Sail
462 tons
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-0, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-0, 1877-2, 1878-1, 1879-0, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-0, 1883-1, 1884-3
Owner: J. Ransom, Southampton
Master: William Robertson, Southampton; 1873 Henry Carpenter, Kingsbridge; 1877-80 J. Robinson, Newhaven; 1881-4 Alfred John Hitchins
Voyages: 1869-70 foreign trade; 1871 Latin America; 1873 Glasgow, San Francisco and back; 1874 Callao; 1877 Montevideo; 1878 Cardiff, Carrigal; 1880 Callao; 1881, 1883 Liverpool, Buenos Ayres; 1884 home trade

LADY JOCELYN Reg No 11923  DCrew/11923  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, transferred from London
Built 1852 at West Ham, Essex
Sail
1509 tons
Crew lists: 1884-2, 1886-1..... 1890-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: W. Watt
Voyages: New Zealand
Transferred to London 1899.

LADY JOSYAN Reg No 62233  DCrew/62233  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Built at Stockton on Tees by M. Pearse & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 659 net, 1053 gross
Crew lists: 1872-8, 1873-8, 1874-8, 1876-6, 1877-9, 1878-5, 1879-3, 1880-6, 1881-5, 1882-NA, 1883-3, 1884-4
Owner: George Thos. Harper, Southampton
Master: James Ward, Cardiff; 1873 Alfred Harlow; 1874 do. and Daniel Hughes; 1876 S.F. Looseman, Melrose, Park Road, Freemantle; Thomas Kemp; 1877-83 P.J. Mareth, Shrewton, Wilts; 1884 George Wright
Voyages: 1872 Liverpool to Cardiff, Mediterranean to Halifax and St. Johns; 1873 Black Sea; 1874 do; 1876 Dublin to Newport, (Russia) Nilolaiev, Black Sea; 1877 London to Cronstadt and other Baltic ports; 1878 various ports in Western Europe; 1879 ports in Mediterranean and Black Sea; 1880 do; 1881 do; 1883 Newport to Venice; 1884 ditto
Transferred to London 1884

LADY OF THE LAKE Reg No 43772  DCrew/43772  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862, 1870
Built 1861 London by Thames Ship Building Company
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 65 net, 104 gross
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-NA, 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-NA, 1878-2, 1879-0, (1880-1888 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and Portmouth Improved Steam Boat Co. Ltd, sold out to Southampton I.W. and S.E. Company in 1865
Master: 1866-70 William Short; 1872 Robert Davis; 1873 Davis, John Beazley; 1874 John and George Beazley; (1880-8 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Voyages: passenger ferry Southampton, Portsmouth, I.W. Broken up 1888

LANGSTONE Reg No 60950  DCrew/60950  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1869 at Sunderland
Sail
746 tons
Crew lists: 1886-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: John le Tonkin
Voyages: Glasgow, New Zealand
Sold to foreigner 1895

LANTANA Reg No 98865  DCrew/98865  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 111 net, 164 gross
Crew lists: 1893-2, 1894-1, 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-1, 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-1, 1907-1, 1908-NA, 1909-1, 1910-1, 1911-1, 1912-1, 1913-1
Owner: Matthew Cope, Cardiff
Master: 1893-1904 William Kenway, Southampton; 1906-13 J.C. Hoskyns
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to Italian 1937

LA PLATA Reg No 13,832  DCrew/13,832  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853, London 1865
Steam
Reg. tons 1474 (1866-1757)
Crew lists: 1863-7, 1864-0, 1866-4, 1867-9, 1868-5, 1869-5, 1871-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1863 Charles Weller, Lieut R.N.R., then Thos. Sawyer, Lieut. R.N.E; 1867 John H. Jellicoe, Fred Woolley, Richard Revett; 1868 Jas. Moir; 1869 Arthur Hole; 1871 A. Hole, Edward Wilton, W. Herbert
Voyages: 1863-9 W. Indies Mail service; 1871 Mail Service to Brazil and River Plate

LA PLATA (formerly Norfolk, name changed 1882) Reg No 81588  DCrew/81588  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1893
Built 1879 at Blackwall
Steam
Reg. tons 3240
Crew lists: 1882-3, 1883-NA, 1884-4, 1886-6, 1887-5, 1888-NA, 1889-5, 1890-NA, 1891-4, 1892-3
Owner: 1882 Richardson, 74 Tyrwhitt Road, New Cross, then Royal Mail Company
Master: 1882 J. O'Callaghan, Lewes; R. Dickinson, Arthur C. Green; 1887 A. Hart Dyke; 1889 A.H. Dyke, J. Douglas Spooner; 1891-2 W.H. Milner
Voyages: 1882 Australia, W. Indies; 1887 W. Indies, S. America, Lisbon, Antwerp; 1889 Lisbon, Antwerp; 1891 Peinambuco, Rio, Santos, Rotterdam, Lisbon

LA PLATA Reg No 106022  DCrew/106022  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1897, 1899
Built Glasgow 1896
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 3445
Crew lists: 1897-4, 1898-4, 1899-4, 1900-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company until 1900, then Alfred Booth and Co. Liverpool
Master: 1897 Herbert Davies, A.C. Farmer; 1898 H. Davies; 1899 H. Davies, R.J. Hernaman, R.H. Stranger; 1900 R.H. Stranger; David Jones, Liverpool; John Pinel
Voyages: 1897 Buenos Ayres, Rio de Jameiro, Bahia, Havre; 1899 Buenos Ayres; 1900 Brazil; Southampton to Liverpool, Hamburg, New York, Para

LARA Reg No 9934  DCrew/9934  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1854
Sail
152 tons
Crew lists: 1867-1, 1868-2
Owner: Earl of Ducie, Tortworth Court, Wotten - Under - Edge, Glos.
Master: as owner:
Voyages: 1867 from Cowes to Mediterranean calling at Plymouth, Corunna, Vigo, Lisbon, Cadiz, Malaga, Gibraltar, Tangier, and back to Cowes; 1868 six weeks cruise to Kenmare River, Co. Kerry

LARK Reg No 7875  DCrew/7875  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1848
16 tons (1871-11)
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-1
Owner: R. Cooper, Itchen
Master: as Owner
Voyages: fishing

LARK Reg. no 19646  DCrew/19646  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1819, 1854
Sail
22 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1868-2, 1869-1
Owner: James Bemister, Christchurch
Master: John Seymour, Christchurch
Voyages: 1863 Portsmouth to Christchurch, with coal (12); 1864 same (12); 1866 same (16), 1868 same, 1869 same
Lost on Christchurch Bar January 1869

LARNE (formerly DE REYTER) Reg No 68443  DCrew/68443  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1873, Newcastle 1881
Built 1870 at Newcastle
Steam
Reg. tons 1068 net, 1670 gross
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-8, 1876-4, 1877-3, 1878-4, 1879-3, 1880-4, 1881-4, 1882-3, 1883-3, 1884-3, 1886-5, 1887-4, 1888-5, 1889-NA, 1890-3, 1891-4, 1892-3, 1893-3, 1894-3, 1896-4, 1897-4, 1898-5, 1899-4, 1900-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1873 Henry King; 1876 E.C. Kemp; 1877 E.C. Kemp and John Moore; 1878-84 H. King; 1886 G.M. Hicks, H.C. Rigaud; 1887 H.C. Riguad; 1888 A.E. Bell; 1890 J.B. Saunders; 1891 J.B. Saunders and James Pope; 1892-4 F. Messervey; 1896-7 R.H. Stranger; 1898-9 Hugh Owen; 1900 Hugh Owen, Thos. R. Prince
Voyages: W. Indies Mail Service

LATONA Reg No 105,520  DCrew/105,520  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 125 net, 184 gross
Crew lists: 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-NA, 1899-0, 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-0, 1907-0, 1908-1, 1909-1
Owner: Baron Jersey de Knoop; 1902 Sir John Whitaker Ellis; 1908-9 Fay & Co.
Master: 1896-1903 G.U. Diaper; 1908-9 Henry Joseph Laws
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Greeks 1919

LAURA Reg No 13961  DCrew/13961  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
Sail
Reg. tons 178 (1891-162)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1886-1, 1887-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1894-2
Owner: James Long, 81 High Street, Southampton; 1870-6 Samuel Harrison, Clifford Street; 1880-94 Pearce Bros, Southampton
Master: Samuel Harrison; 1880-2 Robert Wilkinson, Chantry Road; 1883-94 Henry Lonnon, Gordon Avenue
Voyages: 1863-4 11 voyages to Shields each year; 1866 Shields and Newcastle; 1867 Shields; 1868 Shields and Sunderland with coal; 1870 Shields and Seaham; 1871 Shields, Sunderland; 1873 nine voyages between Southampton and the Tyne; 1876 home trade; 1877-82 Sunderland; 1883-7 coasting home trade; 1888 home trade - Southampton, Sunderland, Hartlepool; 1889-90 home trade; 1891 Southampton to Sunderland 10 times; 1892, 1894 coasting and home trade

LAURA Reg No 29522  DCrew/29522  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built 1861 at Ipswich
Sail
174 tons
Crew lists: 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-1
Owner: 1877-86 George Moore, Sandy, Beds.
Master: 1877-86 Wilkinson Bond, Seaham
Voyages: 1877-81 Seaham, Sunderland, Lymington; 1882 home trade and Rotterdam; 1883-4 coasting and home trade (coal); 1886 home trade
Transferred to Faversham 1886

LAURA Reg No 90415  DCrew/90415  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885, 1888
Built 1885 Whiteinch Glasgow by Aitken and Maunsell
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 247 net, 616 gross
Crew lists: (1886-1891 see ALDERNEY Dcrew/72346) --- 1902-1, --- 1908-1,
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1886-91 W. Gregory; 1902 G.W. Nutbeam; 1908 T.N. Darnell, F.E. Tubbs
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France (1902, 1908 mostly Jersey to Granville)
Transferred to Port of Nassau, N.P. 1928

LAUREL Reg No 7877  DCrew/7877  No Date

Contents:
Reg. tons (1878) 38
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-1, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1886-1
Owner: John Scovell, Hamble
Master: James Primmer, Hamble
Voyages: 1873 Carrying fish; 1874, 1879-82, 1886 fishing

LAVEROCK (formerly NIXIE and VIXEN 1877, changed 1878) Reg No 72352  DCrew/72352  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built Itchen Ferry by W.S. Luke
Sail, yacht
Reg. tons 45
Crew lists: 1878-1, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-1, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, ---- 1896-1, 1897-2, ---- 1907-3, 1908-3, 1909-3, 1910-3, 1911-3, 1912-3, 1913-2
Owner: 1878 G. Lillingston, Brooklands, Southampton; 1879-90 R.B. Heathcots, Friday Hill, Chingford; 1896-7 Chas. Bibby; 1907-13 C.J. Bruce
Master: 1878 F.G. Lillingston; 1879 R.B. Heathcote; 1880 Aubrey Willshir; 1882-90 Anthony Willsher; 1896 William Studley, London; 1909-13 Chas. Carter
Voyages: pleasure Cruising
Registration Cancelled 1919

LEANDER Reg No 113,343  DCrew/113,343  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1901, 1937
Built 1900 by Summers and Payne
Sail, yacht
55 tons
Crew lists: 1902-1
Owner: The Hon. Rupert Guinness
Master: as owner

LEILA Reg No 984  DCrew/984  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858, transferred from Yarmouth
Built 1834 at South Town in Suffolk
Sail
168 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2
Owner: G. Laver, Southampton
Master: W. Twitchett, Southampton
Voyages: 1863 - 14 May, Cardiff to Barcelona and other Mediterranean ports, returned 26 Aug; 15 Sept. Cardiff to Lisbon and other Mediterranean ports, returned Cardiff, 25 November. 1864 Cardiff, Spain, Cardiff, then trading S. Wales to Southampton
Lost off the Longships 1865

LEONORA Reg No 27,403  DCrew/27,403  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built at Lymington
Sail
54 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: T.A. Hawkey Esq, 7 Fenchurch Street
Master: H.L. Dawson
Voyages: Cruising around coast
Sold to foreigners 1870

LETHE Reg No 97204  DCrew/97204  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1889
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay & Co.
Sail, yacht
113 tons
Crew lists: 1890-3, 1891-3, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-1, 1896-NA, 1897-1, 1898-0, 1899-1,.... 1902-1
Owner: 1890-9 S.C. Walson; J.F.A.W. Kennedy
Master: 1890-9 C. Willis; 1902 John Charles Hopkins
Voyages: yachting

LETITIA Reg No 29,132  DCrew/29,132  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built at Sunderland
Sail
115 tons (1895 - 97)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-3, 1868-3, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-3, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-3, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-NA, 1884-3, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-3, 1896-2, 1897-2
Owner W. Alexander, Irene Villa, Freemantle; 1878 Thos. Smart. Bosham 1882-4 Alfred Haddon, Southampton; 1886-97 Thos. Smart, Bosham
Master: 1863 W. Bevan., Lymington, then Hy. Hallett; 1866 James Tupper, Redbridge; 1867 John Pearce and William Ayling, 24 Compton Walk; 1868-72 J. Pearce, Totton; 1873 George Samways, 3 Standford Street; 1874 W. Allen, Clifford Street; 1877 G. Bungey, Totton; 1878 G. Bungey and Henry Sparks, Bosham; 1879 Chas. Tobit of Bosham and George Bungey; 1880 C. Tobit and William Gardner, 7 Argyle Tce.; 1882 John Pearce, Freemantle; 1884-97 F. Towes, Bosham
Voyages: 1863 Cardiff, Barcelona, Goole, Lymington; 1864 Lymington, Redbridge, Aberdeen, Sunderland, Cowes, Brest; 1866 coastal, mainly Southampton - Sunderland; 1867 Southampton, Sunderland, Redbridge, Sunderland, Southampton, London, Newcastle, Havre etc; 1868 coasting, and Havre, Aberdeen; 1869 Newcastle, Shields, Sunderland, Yarmouth; 1870 Sunderland, Poole, Falmouth; 1871 Whitby, Sunderland, Hull, Redbridge, Newcastle, Shoreham; 1872 Sunderland, Dundee, Kennetpans, Sunderland, Stirling, Grangemouth, Plymouth, St. Malo, London, Grestermunde (?), Groningen, London; 1873 London, Gloucester, Newport, Southampton, Kirkaldy, Methil, Plymouth, Llanelly, Portsmouth, Southampton, Newquay, Llanelly, Portsmouth, Southampton; 1874 Poole, Sunderland, Whitby; 1876 Stockton, Whitby, Newcastle; 1877 Whitby, Saundersfoot, Cardiff, Sunderland; 1878-9 Whitby, Sunderland, Newcastle, Woolwich, London; 1880 Cardiff, Sunderland, Leith, Caen, Kirkaldy; 1882 coasting and home trade; 1884 Plymouth; 1886-90 coastal; 1891 Portsmouth, Hartlepool, St. Helens, Hartlepool, Portsmouth, Seaham, Yarmouth, Seaham, Chichester, Seaham, Chichester, Seaham, Chichester, Sunderland, Portsmouth, Liverpool; 1892-7 home trade
Stranded at Kingswear and wrecked 1898

LIBERTY Reg No 4427  DCrew/4427  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1796 at Arundel
Sail
30 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-0, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-NA, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-NA, 1900-1
Owner: 1863 A. Bevis, Southampton; July- W & C. Clarke, Southampton; 1864 A. Bevis, Thos. Bewsey; 1866-7 A. Bevis; 1877-1900 H. Brown, Fareham
Master: 1863-6 A. Bevis; 1876 John Bevis; 1877-9 H. Brown, Fareham; 1880 H. Brown and Jas. A. Bevis; 1882-94 H. Brown; 1896 G. Barnes, Southampton; 1897-8 C. Daish, Newport; 1900 E. Purkiss, Ryde
Voyages: 1863-6 trading between Cornwall and Wales; 1867 17 similar voyages; 1869 similar; 1870 17 similar voyages; 1871 similar until July then between Southampton, Poole, and Truro; 1873 Cornwall and Wales; 1874 do and inside I.W.; 1876 Southampton, Falmouth, Bursledon, Plymouth; 1877 Plymouth, Southampton, Swanage, Teignmouth and inside I.W.; 1878-1900 inside I.W.
Converted to lighter 1901

LIBERTY Reg No 7874  DCrew/7874  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
10 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1
Owner: T. Bright, Yarmouth I.W.
Master: Henry Griffith, Yarmouth I.W.
Voyages: fishing and dredging

LIBERTY Reg No 18705  DCrew/18705  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, transferred to Plymouth 1866
Built 1792 at S -------, Hants
Sail
23 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2.... 1888-2
Owner: Thos. Martell, Warsash; 1866 T. Martell; J.S. Phillips, Millbay; 1888 Hy. Brown Chapel Street, Southampton (1889 Fareham)
Master: 1863 T. Martell; 1866 A. Narkivell, Plymouth
Voyages: 1863 Southampton and I.W.; 1864 regular voyages Plymouth to Portmouth; 1866 Stn. to Plymouth; laid up June - Dec.

LIFFEY (formerly RUAHINE) Reg No 52749  DCrew/52749  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1872
Steam
Reg. tons 980 net, 1504 gross
Crew lists: 1873-9, 1874-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1873 William Gillies; 1874 W. Gillies, J.H. Donne
Voyages: 1873 Rio de Janeiro; 1874 Brazil and River Plate

LIL (formerly LIZZIE) Reg No 56140  DCrew/56140  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868
Built Southampton
Sail
15 tons
Crew lists: 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2
Owner: Capt. D.C.W. Lysons, London
Master: William Henry Trim, Southampton (and Hythe)
Sold foreign 1890 (registered Gibraltar 1896)
Voyages: pleasure cruising

LITTLE DOVE Reg No 11392  DCrew/11392  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built at Southampton
Sail
18 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-1, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2
Owner: Chas. Bulbeck, Freemantle; 1867 E. Rowe, Exbury; 1869 E. Rowe. Beaulieu
Master: David Barnett, Northam Road, Southampton; 1866 Edward Rowe, Bevois Street; 1867 same, Exbury; 1869 Tom Rowe, Beaulieu; 1872 same of Leap
Voyages: 1863 Southampton, Plymouth, Bridport, Swanage, Weymouth, Poole, Teignmouth; 1864 12 voyages Southampton to Plymouth; 1867-74 Southampton and I.W.

LITTLE FLORENCE Reg No 109572  DCrew/109572  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Portsmouth
Reg. tons 19 net
Crew lists: 1903-1
Owner: C. Coombes, W. Wittering, Sussex
Master: as owner
Voyages: laid up at Itchen for half year ending Dec. 1903

LIVELY Reg No 47077  DCrew/47077  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1871, transferred from Jersey
Built 1863 at Jersey
Sail
74 tons (1878 - 26)
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-NA, 1877-NA, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2
Owner: W.C. Bowyer, Andersons Road (later Fawley)
Master: as owner; 1891 Henry Prince
Voyages: pilot service

LIZARD Reg No 90422  DCrew/90422  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built Southampton by Inman & Co.
Sail, yacht
1 tons
Crew lists: 1893-1
Owner: Herbert Fryer, California
Master:
Voyages: laid up at Douglas, Isle of Man since owner went to California 6 years ago Registration cancelled 1932

LOBELIA Reg No 109278  DCrew/109278  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 36 net, 103 gross
Crew lists: 1902-1, 1903-2
Owner: James Clark Neill, Lowthorne, Greenock
Master: Dugald Turner, Greenock
Voyages: cruising transferred to Greenock 1903

LOMBARDY Reg No 68408  DCrew/68408  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Dumbarton 1873
Steam
Reg. tons 1726 net, 2726 gross
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-4, 1876-2, 1877-3, 1878-2, 1879-6, 1880-0, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1873, 1876 E.M. Gillson; 1877 W.B. Hall; 1878 W.B. Hall and Julius Osman; 1879 H. Wyatt; 1881 W.B. Hall and John B. Chapman; 1882-3 E. Breeze
Voyages: 1873-7 India; 1878-83 Bombay, New Zealand

LONISA Reg No 7892  DCrew/7892  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1848
Sail
18 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: James Thomas, Pembroke
Master: John Smith, Pembroke
Voyages: employed in river Jan - May, then 2 voyages Llanelly to Milford

LORD ELGIN Reg No 70774  DCrew/70774  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1911, transferred from Poole
Built 1875-6 at South Stockton, Yorks. by Richardson & Sons
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 81 net, 198 gross
Crew lists: 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: S.I.W & S. England R.M.S.P. Co. (Mr Wilkins, W. Esplanade)
Master: G.H. Reed, Hazeldene, Ash Tree Road, Bitterne Park
Voyages: coastal - passenger service, Southampton to I.W. and S. Coast
Broken up 1956

LORD HAWKESBURY Reg No 13937  DCrew/13937  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1836 and 1858 (Cowes 1855)
Reg. tons 29
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1880-2, 1881-2
Owner: 1863 Oliver Spencer, Southampton; 1864 Thos. Cooper, Southampton; 1867 O. Spencer; 1871 Iram Spencer; 1873 I. Spencer Thos. Cooper; 1867 J. Moody, Bursledon; 1880 J. Moody; Alfred Smith, Swanage; 1881 A. Smith
Master: 1863 O. Spencer; 1871-3 I. Spencer; 1877 Solomon Bevis, Bursledon; 1880 W. James, Swanwick; Alfred Smith, Swanage;
Voyages: 1863 Southampton, Falmouth, Plymouth, Southampton, Par, Southampton, Charlestown, Southampton, Charlestown, Southampton, Charlestown, Par, Portsmouth, Southampton, Par, Portsmouth, Southampton, Charlestown, Par, Portsmouth, Southampton, Fowey, Par; 1864 coastal; 1866-72 voyages Cornwall to Wales; 1873 9 voyagaes Cornwall to Wales; Southampton, Penzance; Portsmouth, Charlestown, Portsmouth, Torquay, Portsmouth; 1876 laid up; 1877 Fareham, Plymouth, Penzance, Portsmouth, Bursledon; 1880 similar; 1881 London, Poole, Swanage, I.W.

LORD LONDESBOROUGH Reg No 47986  DCrew/47986  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built Itchen Ferry
Sail
30 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1866-NA, 1867-1, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2
Owner: J. Nicholas, Southampton; 1867 G. Sutton, High Street, Stoneham
Master: Thos. Andrews, Itchen Ferry; 1867 C. Arnold, W.Quay, Southampton; 1869 Thos. Dove, Fareham
Voyages: 1864, 1867 Southampton to I.W 1869 Southampton, I.W., Portsmouth, Fareham; 1870-1 I.W., Chichester, Fareham, Portsmouth
Transferred to Portsmouth 1872

LORD OF THE ISLES Reg No 29100  DCrew/29100  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862, 1872
Built London 1861 by Stewart
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 59 net, 91 gross
(1872 69 net, 125 gross)
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-0, (1880-1888 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and Portsmouth Improved Steam Boat Co. Ltd (Winchester); sold to Southampton I.W. and S. Eng. Company 1865
Master: 1868-71 George Beazley; 1872 Thos. Lacey, ? Lemon; 1876 Robert Davis; (1880-88 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Voyages: passenger ferry Southampton, Portsmouth, I.W.
Broken up 1890

LORNA DOONE Reg No 98413  DCrew/98413  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899, transferred from Bristol
Built 1891 at Yoker
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 82 net, 427 gross
Crew lists: 1906-2, 1907-NA, 1908-NA, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-3
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S. England R.M.S.P. Co. Ltd (L.T. Wilkins)
Master: George Jenman, 46 Argyle Road
Voyages: passenger service, S. Coast
Broken up 1949

LOUISA Reg No 11391  DCrew/11391  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856, 1869, Exeter 1871
Built at Cowes by J.R. White
Sail
33 tons (1871-45)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2
Owner: 1863, 1866, 1867 (Jan-June) John Russell, Longcroft Street, Southampton; 1864, 1867 (June-Dec.) Thos. Hescroft, Poole; 1869 John Russell, Southampton, George Poley Cotton, Exmouth
Master: John Lancaster, Barton Green, Poole, them Robert Blundell, Poole; 1869 George Edwards, Ringmore, Teignmouth
Voyages: 1863 Poole, Plymouth, London, Milford, Falmouth, Poole; 1864, 1866-7 coastal voyages, mainly from Poole; 1868 Poole, Falmouth, Plymouth, Newport; 1869 Exmouth, Lyme Regis, Plymouth, Southampton, Exmouth, London, Swansea, 1870 voyages between Leigh, Teignmouth, London, Exeter, Poole, Portsmouth, Swansea; 1871 Exeter, London
Transferred to Exeter 1871

LOUISA Reg No 12264  DCrew/12264  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from Plymouth
Built 1829 at Plymouth
Sail
24 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-NA, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-1
Owner: Thos. Martell, Warsash (1868 Fareham); 1869 George Hewett, Warsash
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1866-7 coastal; 1868 5 voyages between Southampton and Plymouth; 1869 Portsmouth, Guernsey, Plymouth, Southampton, Fareham; 1870 between Plymouth and Portsmouth; 1872 Beaulieu, Lyme, Kingsbridge, Fareham, Lyme, Dartmouth, Salcombe, Fareham, Plymouth, Portsmouth; 1873 between Fareham. and Plymouth; 1874 inside I.W.; 1876 Fareham, Plymouth, Southampton, also Teignmouth; 1877 laid up at Portsmouth, July-Dec. broken up 1879

LOUISA Reg No 22538  DCrew/22538  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built 1858 at Cross House by Joseph Hodgkinson
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 23 net, 36 gross
Crew lists: 1867-1, ---- 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-2, 1875-3, 1876-3, 1877-1, 1878-3, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, (see FREDERICA DCrew/44904)
Owner: W. Winkworth, Hythe; 1874 Frederick Fry, Hythe; 1887 James Percy, Southampton
Master: T. Barnes, Hythe; 1871 Mark Nash Leburn, Hythe; 1878-82 Richard Banks and George Warren; 1883-7 Richard Barnes
Voyages; regularly Southampton to Hythe (1871-93 the same crew worked LOUISA and FREDERICA alternately between Hythe and Southampton - see also FREDERICA DCrew/44904)
1893 converted to barge and certificate cancelled

LOUISA Reg No 26409  DCrew/26409  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built 1847 in Jersey
Sail
192 tons
Crew lists: 1873-1, 1874-2
Owner: 1873-4 Capt. William Alexander, Queens Villa, Freemantle,
Master: 1873 William Munday, Freemantle; 1874 Jas. Stothard, 14 East Street, Southampton
Voyages: 1873 Cowes, Newcastle, Southampton, Newcastle, Southampton, Newcastle, Southampton; 1874 between Southampton, Shields and Sunderland
Broken up 1876

LOUISA Reg No 62226  DCrew/62226  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1871
Built 1837 in Cherbourg
Sail
31 tons
Crew lists: 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1
Owner: William Holroyd, Lowestoft
Master: William Dry, Southampton, Zacchias Barnes, Lowestoft; 1872 Z. Barnes, S. Shields
Voyages: 1871 Stonehouse Quay, Plymouth, Par, Dieppe, Lowestoft, Scotland; 1872 Par, Rowen, Southampton, Pentewan, Hull, Lowestoft, Dunkirk, Lowestoft, Boulogne, Yarmouth, Sunderland, Shields, Calais, Shields; 1873 laid up being lengthened and repaired;
1873 transferred to Lowestoft

LOUISA MALCOLM Reg No 62237  DCrew/62237  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Built Northam by John Ransom
Sail
Reg. tons 699 net, 740 gross
Crew lists: 1872-1, 1873-3, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-0, 1878-1, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-0, 1887-1
Owner: John Ransom
Master: William Robertson, 44 St. Andrews Road; Samuel J. Richards
Voyages: 1872 Southampton, Cardiff; 1873 Cardiff, Caldere, Tome; 1874 New York; 1876 Iquique, Pisagua, Rio de Janeiro; 1878 N & S. America, Australia; 1879 Rio de Janeiro, S. American ports; 1880 Rio de Janeiro and N.W. Africa; 1881-7
Buenos Ayres
Sold to Swedish subject 1887

LOVELY CRUIZER Reg No 4433  DCrew/4433  No Date

Contents:
Southampton 1870 (transferred from Poole), 1874
Sail
Reg. tons 39 (1874-44)
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-NA, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-3, 1880-3, 1881-3, 1882-3, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2
Owner: John Bearns, 84 High Street, Southampton (1880 Willoughby Cottages, Totnes)
Master: J. Barnett, 22 James Street, Southampton (1873 10 Long Cross Street); 1876 John Newman, Portsmouth; 1877-87 John Mant, 2 Rosetta Place, Lymington
Voyages: 1870 between Southampton and Plymouth; 1871 between Southampton, Falmouth and Totnes; 1873 Southampton and Dartmouth; Southampton, Totnes, Southampton, Plymouth, Southampton, Fowey, Southampton; 1874 5 voyages to Dartmouth, laid up July-Dec; 1876 home trade, Portsmouth; 1877 London Poole, Ryde, Brading, Dover, Weymouth, Portsmouth, Totnes; 1878 London, Yarmouth, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Poole, Lymington, Penryn, Swansea, Cowes; 1879 Poole, Cowes, Swansea, Hartlepool, Newport, London, Plymouth, Llanelly; 1880 similar and Caen, Le Havre; 1881-2 coastal and French coast; 1883 Coastal to Cardiff, St. Michaels Mount, London, Plymouth etc. 1884-7 similar

LUCILLE Reg No 39542  DCrew/39542  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built 1839 at Dundee
Sail
Reg. tons 156
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-0, 1873-1, 1874-3
Owner: J.E. Bowden, Freemantle; 1864 Chas. Laver, 70 High Street, Southampton; 1869 C. Phillips, Southampton; 1873 P. Peterson, Queenstown
Master: William Berry, Newport, Mon; 1866 Thos. Shelley, Belvidere Terrace, Southampton; 1867-71 William Amon, Rye, Sussex; 1871 W. Amon and William Hawkins, Freemantle; 1873-4 Peter Peterson, Queenstown
Voyages: 1863 S. Wales, Sunderland, Cardiff, Alicante, Cardiff; 1864 between Newport and Portsmouth; 1866 Southampton and Newport, Mon; 1867 Southampton, Sunderland, Portsmouth, Seaham, Hartlepool, Newport, Shoreham, Southampton; 1868 Seaham, London, Gravesend, Devonport, Swansea; 1869 Sunderland, Shields, London, Llanelly, Cardiff, Southampton, Sunderland, Cardiff; 1871 Sunderland, Yarmouth; 1873 New Ross, Newport, Cork, Cardiff, Dublin, Swansea; 1874 Cork, Newport, Kinsale
Broken up 1885

LUCRETIA Reg No 65371  DCrew/65371  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1910, transferred from Ipswich
Built 1872 at Ipswich
Sail
Reg. tons 40
Crew lists: 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: Edward William French
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1910 London, Newport, Cowes, Southampton, Portsmouth; 1911-13
I.W.
Reg. Closed 1953

LUCY Reg No 13881  DCrew/13881  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1852, 1865
Built 1871 at Littlehampton, Sussex
Sail
Reg. tons 33
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-1
Owner: 1866 (Jan) C.H.P. Rawlings, Southampton; 1866 (July) and 1867 J.J. Bishop, Kingston, Portsmouth (1867 Commercial Road, Landport)
Master: Robert Faney, East Street, Southampton (1867 Eling)
Voyages: 1866-7 inside I.W. 1868 I.W. carrying timber; transferred to Cowes 1869

LULWORTH Reg No 19085  DCrew/19085  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857
Built Lymington by George Inman
Sail
Reg. tons 37
Crew lists: 1880-1, ----. 1884-1
Owner: Adrian Hope, 8 Chesterfield Gardens, London
Master: A. Hope; 1884 Oliver Andrews
Voyages: yachting
Broken up 1891

LULWORTH Reg No 51283  DCrew/51283  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built 1837 at Lymington
Sail
Reg. tons 39
Crew lists: 1866-3, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-4, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1875-2, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-0, 1879-2, 1880-0, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-3, 1884-NA, 1886-3, 1887-1
Owner: 1866 George Voller, 99 High Street, Southampton; John Stockham, Southampton; 1867-8 George Voller, Queen Street; 1870 George Stockham, W. Quay; 1875 Thos. Stockham, W. Quay; 1876 Thos. Pickett, W. Quay; 1879-87 S. Bevis, Bursledon
Master: 1866 George Cairns, 43 Bevis Street, then Chas. Goddard, Southampton; 1867 Chas. Goddard, Albert Street; 1868 Henry Reeve, E. Reeve; 1869 Hy. Thos. Galton, Southampton; 1870 Mark Smith; 1871-2 William Butler, Portland Street; 1875 E.T. Budden, Warsash; 1881-7 Solomon Bevis, Bursledon
Voyages: coastal, also St. Malo, Anstruther, Penzance, Leith, Southampton, Redbridge, Bowness, Montrose, Southampton, Lowestoft, Fahrsunds, Shields, Swansea, St. Malo, Southampton, Limekilns, London; 1867 Chichester, Portsmouth Cromarty, Southampton, Montrose, Plymouth, Brussels, Cowes, Grangemouth, St. Malo, Liverpool, Leith; 1868 Montrose, Southampton, Portland, Galway, Glasgow, Hayle, Plymouth, Kirkaldy, London, Inverhiver, London; 1869 coastal and one Voyage to Jersey; 1870-1 coastal with coals, ballast, grain; also to Antwerp and French ports; 1872 Southampton, Cork, Teignmouth, Dartmouth, Portsmouth, Weymouth, Plymouth, Southampton, Cork, Neath, Cork, Portsmouth, Fareham, Southampton, Cork, 1873 Fareham, Truro, Cork, Southampton, Cork, Fareham, Southampton, Cork, Bantry, Cork, Southampton, Cork, Southampton, Fareham; 1874 Fareham, Southampton, Cork, Bantry, [...] Porteleven, Plymouth; Plymouth, Southampton, Cork, Ballinoure, Wade-bridge, Cork, Southampton, Cork, Southampton, Cork, Dartmouth, Fareham; 1875 Cork, Fareham, Abeystwyth; 1876-7 Cork, Fareham; 1879 laid up; 1881 Exeter, Plymouth; 1882 Cherbourg, Plymouth; 1883, 1886-7 home trading, I.W.
Broken up 1891

LUMP Reg No 119687  DCrew/119687  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Open lighter
Reg. tons 74 net
Crew lists: 1907-1, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2,
Owner: 1907-11 Charles Kendall; 1912 R.E.V. James
Master: 1907-8 J. Haynes; 1909-11 C. Kendall
Voyages: dumb barge, between Southampton, Portsmouth and I.W.

LUTTERWORTH Reg No 60895  DCrew/60895  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879
Built 1868 at Hartlepool by Denton, Gray and Co.
Sail
Reg. tons 882 net, 915 gross
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-0, 1881-1, 1882-2, 1883-NA, 1884-1, 1886-0, 1887-1 1888-2, 1889-3, 1890-1, 1891-1, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-NA, 1896-0, 1897-2, 1898-1, 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1 1906-1
Owner: W. Savill and J.W. Temple; 1883 Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.
Master: 1879-87 William Pearson, 4 Crescent Place, Whitby; 1888-92 Roland Strealid; 1893-9 R.A. Kelly; 1901-3 G.H.B. Wood, Bromley; 1904 H. Hicks
Voyages: mostly New Zealand
Transferred to Timaru, New Zealand 1906

LYDIA Reg No 97217  DCrew/97217  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Clydebank by J. & G. Thomson
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 192 net, 1058 gross
Crew lists: (1890-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346) 1891-2, -------, 1897-1,
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1890-1 G. Vanderplank
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Island, France
Sold to James Dredging Towage and Transport Co. Ltd. 1920

LYMINGTON Reg No 98862  DCrew/98862  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 57 net, 130 gross
Crew lists: (1893-98 with MAYFLOWER 51300); 1896-1
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1896 Edwin T. Seymour (and see DCrew/51300)
Voyages: Lymington - Yarmouth

MADRAS Reg No 70626  DCrew/70626  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1874
Steam
Reg. tons 1079 net, 1681 gross
Crew lists: 1878-1
Owner: Learoyd and Wise, 12 St. Helens Place
Master: W. Richardson
Voyages: India via Suez Canal

MAGDALENA Reg No 25,130  DCrew/25,130  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1852
Steam
Reg. tons 1617
Crew lists: 1863-7, 1864-7
Owner Royal Mail Company (?)
Master: Robert Woolward, Southampton
Voyages: mail service - 1863 Pernambuco & S. America; 1864 Soton to the Brazils

MAGDALENA Reg No 96612  DCrew/96612  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1889
Built Govan 1889
Steam
Reg. tons 5373
Crew lists: 1889-1, 1890-4, 1891-0, 1892-5, 1893-4, 1894-5, 1896-5, 1897-7, 1898-5, 1899-5, 1900-6, 1901-6, 1902-NA, 1903-6, 1904-6. 1906-0, 1907-NA, 1908-12, 1909-6, 1910-11, 1911-9, 1912-11, 1913-9
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1890 W. Chapman, P. Rowsell; 1892-4 H. Ryand; 1896-1904 James Pope; 1906 C.H. Down; 1908 J.M. Custance, N. Cargh, 1908-11 J.M. Burnett Trigg (?); 1913 R.H. Daniel
Voyages: W. Indies (some via Cherbourg)

MAGICIAN Reg No 29127  DCrew/29127  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1851, 1863
Yacht
43 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1871-2, 1873-3
Owner: 1868 Anne Frances Pread, 1 Windsor Villas, Plymouth; 1873 T.S. Abraham, 26 Chantry Lane, London
Master: James Fleet, Dartmouth; 1871 Chas. R.K. Smyth (Lieut, R.N.); 1873 George William Gill, Portsmouth; J.F. Pepperell, Plymouth
Voyages: pleasure cruising - 1868 Plymouth area; 1873 Mediterranean

MAID MARIAN (changed to ANACONDA 1903) Reg No 92048  DCrew/92048  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1887, 1905
Built Lymington by Inman and Co. 1887
Sail, yacht
37 tons
Crew lists: 1889-2, 1890-2
Owner: M.B. Kennedy, Piccadilly, London
Master: J. Thompson, Southampton
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Frenchman 1903; re registered 1905, broken up 1913

MAID OF ERIN Reg No 8360  DCrew/8360  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1850
Sail
46 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-2, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1886-2
Owner: Richard Pye, West Street. Fareham, 1869 W.R. Sharland, M. Fay, Richard Pye; 1871 John Skuse, Cork; 1873, 1879 Simon McCarthy, Sherkin Island, Co. Cork; 1886 Joseph Knight, Sydney
Master: 1863 Alfred Hawkins, George Green; 1866-7 John Denmark, Fareham; 1868 John Dimmick; 1869 William O'Brien; 1871 Denis Sullivan; 1873, 1879-82 Simon McCarthy; 1883 James McCarthy; 1886 none
Voyages: 1863 coastal; 1864 coastal, mainly Newcastle; 1866 coastal, Ireland, S. Wales, Newcastle, S. Coast, etc; 1867 Cork, Poole, Weymouth, Newport; 1868 Southampton, Peterhead, Portsmouth, Cork, Plymouth, So'ton, Cork; 1869 Irish ports; 1871-2 ballast etc, Irish ports; 1873 laid up until Dec. then Cork, Cloneskelly; 1874 Cork, Youghai, Oisterhaven, Cork, Castletownsend, Cork, Kenmore; 1876, Cork, Skull, Bantry, Skibberean, Bristol; 1878-83 similar; 1886 laid up at Sydney

MAID OF HONOUR Reg No 98847  DCrew/98847  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891
Built Southampton by Day, Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 93 net, 137 gross
Crew lists: 1893-1, 1894-1, 1896-0, 1897-1, 1898-0, 1899-2, 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1
Owner: 1863 Earl Cawdor, Cawdor Castle, Nairns; 1894, 1897 Francis Barratt, 39 Lennox Gardens, London; 1899 R.H.Henning, London; 1900-2 W.K. Millar, 7 Albemarle Street, London
Master: 1863-4 J.N. Sampson; 1897 W.F. Bulley, Brinton Gardens, So'ton; 1899 Algernon Blackford, W. Cowes; 1900-0 W. Humphrey, Sidney
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Frenchman 1904

MAID OF KENT Reg No 16721  DCrew/16721  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton, Transferred from Ipswich
Built 1848 at Milton, Kent
Sail
18 tons
Crew list: 1869-1, -----, 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-1, ----- 1881-2, 1882-2, ------- 1887-1
Owner: 1869 George Daldy, Chelmondiston; 1876 Henry G. Barry, Lymington
Master: 1869 George Daldy; 1876-81 George Hawkins, Captians Row, Lymington; 1882 same and Henry Baker; 1887 George Hawkins,
Voyages: 1869, 1876 fishing; 1877 fishing and stone dredging; 1878, 1881 fishing; 1882 laid up and dredging for cement stone; 1887 laid up broken up 1891

MAJESTIC Reg No 97763  DCrew/97763  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1890
Built Belfast 1890
Reg. tons 4238 net, 9933 gross
Crew lists: (sailing from Southampton from 1907) 1909-34, 1910-27, 1911-21, 1912-27, 1913-31
Owner: White Star Line
Master: 1909-11 Frank Bradnell; 1912-13 John B. Kelk
Voyages: Southampton to New York

MALACCA Reg No 54692  DCrew/54692  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1866
Reg. tons 1237 net, 1709 gross
Crew lists: 1866-1, ----- 1872-1, 1873-3, 1874-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 Arthur Barlow, Southampton; 1872-3 J.D. Gaby; 1874 S.D. Shallard
Voyages: 1866 Southampton, Bombay and other ports Indian and China seas; 1872 Hong Kong; 1873-4 China

MALCOLM BROWNE Reg No 13854  DCrew/13854  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1850
139 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2
Owner: Willian Beedie, 6 Castle Brae, Aberdeen;
Master: William Murray, Aberdeen; George Adam, 24 Virginia Street, Aberdeen
Voyages: Southampton, Aberdeen, Sunderland, Newcastle, Montrose, London, Bo'ness (coal and ballast mainly)

MALCOLM BROWNE Reg No 22797  DCrew/22797  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868, transferred from London
Built 1846 at Dartmouth
Sail
182 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1869-3, 1870-NA, 1871-2
Owner: George Thomas Harper, Southampton
Master: 1868 William Thomas, Southampton; 1871 James Berry
Voyages: Southampton, Cardiff, Swansea; 1869 Swansea, St. Malo, Portsmouth, Penarth, Sunderland, Le Havre, Cherbourg, Newport, 1871 Southampton, Cardiff, Swansea

MALWA Reg No 68380  DCrew/68380  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1880
Reg. tons 1776 net, 2959 gross
Crew lists: 1873-9, 1874-6, 1876-4, 1877-3, 1878-7, 1879-5, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-5, 1886-6, 1887-5, 1888-3, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1873 George Hyde; 1874-7 P.S. Tomlin; 1878-9 W.E. Breeze and P.S. Tomlin; 1880 P.S. Tomlin; 1881 W.E. Thompson; 1882 W. Horne; 1883-4 A.C. Loggin; 1886-7 Henry B. Moore; 1888 G.W. Atkinson; 1899-90 Morley; 1891-2 Preston
Voyages: 1873-82 India Mail Service; 1883-4 Bombay; 1888 Hong Kong Nagasaki

MAMARI Reg No 119697  DCrew/119697  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1904
Built Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, twin, screw
Reg. tons 4286 net, 6689 gross
Crew lists: 1906-3, 1908-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.
Master: T. Moffatt
Voyages: 1906 N. Zealand, Australia; 1908 Brazil
Sold to German 1928

MAORI Reg No 97205  DCrew/97205  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Wallsend by Swan and Humber
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1755 net, 2710 gross
Crew lists: 1890-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: W. Scotland
Voyages: Newcastle to London
Transferred to Sunderland 1893

MAORI Reg No 104031  DCrew/104031  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Wallsend by C.S.Swan and Hunter
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 4038 net, 5200 gross
Crew lists: 1894-3, 1896-2, 1897-4, 1898-1, 1899-2, 1900-1, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-3, 1906-3, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-5,
Owner: Shaw Savill and Albion Co.
Master: 1894 W. Scotland and Thos. Moffatt; 1896-1904 Thos Moffatt; 1906-9 G. Nicole
Voyages: New Zealand, Ship lost 1909

MARCELLA Reg No 94427  DCrew/94427  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1908, transferred from Cowes
Built 1887 at Cowes by W. White and Sons
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 49 net, 127 gross
Crew lists: 1911-1
Owner: T.M. Lockhart
Master: as Owner
Voyages: cruising
Lost on government service 1917

MARGARET Reg No 13828  DCrew/13828  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Sail
Reg. tons 45
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-0, 1886-2, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-0, 1894-2, 1896-0, 1897-0, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-0, 1901-2, 1903-0, 1904-2, ------ 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1863 Robert Scovell, Hamble; 1886-90 John Scovell, Hamble; 1891 John Scovell, Hamble; William Scovell, Woolston; 1892-9 William Scovell; 1901, 1904 William Ransom Scovell, Woolston; 1909-13 W.R. Scovell, Woolston
Master: 1863 James Williams, Hamble; 1869-80 William Bedbrook, Hamble; 1881 William Bedbrooke; Ed. Pewker, Hamble; 1882-3 William Bedbrook; 1886-7 Henry Morey, I.W. 1888-99 James Primmer, Hamble; 1901 Michael Mannion; 1904-13 Michael Hart, Galway
Voyages: fishing

MARGUERITE Reg No 90410  DCrew/90410  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884
Built Lymington by Inman & Co.
Sail
52 tons
Crew lists: 1886-2
Owner: F. Connor, Belfast
Master: S. Randall, Hythe
Voyages: laid up in Southampton water
Broken up 1911

MARIA Reg No 13,229  DCrew/13,229  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
30 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1
Owner: - - - -
Master: John Russell
Voyages: coastal

MARIA Reg No 29131  DCrew/29131  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built at Hamble
Sail
25 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-NA, 1884-0, 1886-1, 1887-0, 1888-1, 1889-1, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-0, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-0, 1899-NA, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble; 1886-90 John Scovell, Hamble; 1891 John Scovell, junior, Hamble; 1901 Mrs Scovell, Hamble; 1902-4 A.M. Fisher; 1907-8 J.R. Dickinson; 1909-13 Charles Saunders
Master: John Vant, Hamble; 1866 William Bedbrook, Hamble; 1867-73 Giles Strugnell; 1874 George Bull, Hamble; 1876-80 William Light, Hamble; 1886 George Bull and John Light, both of Hamble; 1888-9 George Light, Hamble; 1890 George Light and George Bedbrook, Hamble; 1991-7 George Bedbrook, 1900-2 George Light, Hamble; 1904-6 Percival Spencer; 1907 T. Bowman; 1908 Chas. Spencer, sen; 1909, 1911 Chas. Saunders; 1912-13 E. Buckett
Voyages: 1863 shell fish trade; 1864-70 fishing trade; 1871 fishing trade (carrying not catching); 1872-82, 1886 fishing trade; 1888 laid up; fishing in Finisterre; 1889 crab fishing;1890, 1892 lobster and shellfish trade; 1891 Feb-May oyster and escallop dredging; May-Oct. crab and Lobster fishing on coasts of Cornwall and Ireland; laid up Oct-Dec.; 1893 crab and lobster fishing; 1896-7, 1900-1, 1906 fishing; 1908 spratting; 1909, 1911 laid up at Warsash; 1912-13 fishing and fish carrying

MARIA Reg No 65895  DCrew/65895  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872 (transferred from Liverpool), 1884, 1888, 1908
Built 1871 at Port Glasgow by H. Murray & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 170 net, 271 gross
Crew lists: 1872-4, 1873-4, 1874-0, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1, (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346) --- 1902-1 ----- 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-1, 1911-2
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company; 1907-9 R.J. Campbell, 1910-11 F. Constant
Master: 1872 A.J. Cross; 1873 Cross, Chas Wareham; 1876 George Husher; 1877 J. Stevenson, F.E. Kemp; 1878 J. Stevenson; 1879 Stevenson, J.D. Barratt; 1880-3, Stevenson; 1886-91 W. Bishop; 1902 E.J. Smith; 1907 W.C. Davey; 1908 N.G. Maudatoe; 1910 G.Geyférey; 1911 P. Drecopoulous
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France; 1909-11 Constantinople and Black Sea Etc. Ports

MARIMA (formerly ZULU to 1906) Reg No 99056  DCrew/99056  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1892
Steam
Reg. tons 1759 net, 2742 gross
Crew lists: 1906-3, 1907-4, 1908-5, 1909-6, 1910-6
Owner: 1906 Bucknell Bros, London, the Royal Mail Conpany
Master: 1906 (ZULU) John Johnston; (Marimar) J.M. Triggs, G.A. Mackenzie; 1907 Chas. Doucett; 1908 Chas. Doucett, J. Matthews, R.L. Daniel; 1909-10 Chas. Doucett
Voyages: 1906 (ZULU) London, Cape, Sydney, Melbourne, Dunkirk, Antwerp, N. Shields (MARIMA) N. Shields, Antwerp, Havana, New Orleans, Hull, River Plate, Newport (MON); 1908 Rio de Janeiro, Bahia; 1909-10 Europe

MARINER Reg No 15856  DCrew/15856  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1845
621 tons
Crew lists: 1867-2, 1868-4
Owner: J.P. Gutch, Longfleat, Poole
Master: L. Ropke
Voyages: 1867 Quebec and other ports in N. America; 1868 (i) W. Indies and America (ii) Quebec etc

MARITANA Reg No 86337  DCrew/86337  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, transferred to Harwich 1884
Built Southampton by W.S. Luke
Sail
19 tons
Crew lists: 1883-1, 1885-1
Owner: 1883 S.N. Bankart, Leicester; 1884 George Metcalfe, Richmond
Master: 1883 Adolphus J. Rand;; 1884 H.B. Barnard, Donyland, Essex
Voyages: 1883 cruising British coasts, Holland and Belgium, then laid up at Wivenhoe

MARQUESS OF BUTE Reg No 24952  DCrew/24952  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built 1838 at Sunderland
Sail
216 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-NA, 1868-2, 1869-NA, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2
Owner: William Hill, Town Quay (later Winkle Street, Southampton) and other members of Hill family in Sunderland area
Master: 1863 William Ayling, 25 Amoy Street, Jas. Berry; 1864 Jas. Berry, 34 Melbourne Street; 1866 J.H. Abbott, Southampton; 1870-2 Edward Jerram, Southampton
Voyages: 1863 14 to Sunderland; 1864 Southampton, Swansea, Dieppe, Sunderland, Leith; 1870 Southampton, Sunderland, Shields; 1871 between Southampton and Sunderland; 1874 Southampton, Sunderland;
Last heard of 20 October 1874

MARS Reg No 68819  DCrew/68819  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873, transferred to London 1892
Built at Lymington by George Inman
Sail
28 tons
Crew lists: 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-2
Owner: 1873 Richard Poppleston, London
Master: 1873, 1876 Joseph French, Brightlingsea
Voyages: yachting

MARTHA Reg No 16596  DCrew/16596  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from Colchester
Built 1802 at Wivenhoe, Essex
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-0, 1891-1
Owner: 1888-91 Hiram Dimmick, Warsash
Master: 1888-91 Edward Didymus Swanwick
Voyages: fishing in Solent and Christchurch Bay Cancelled 1900, used as Storehouse

MARY Reg No 3406  DCrew/3406  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, transferred from Shields
Built 1815 at S. Shields
Sail
210 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-1, 1867-2
Owner: William Hill, Winkle Street, Southampton
Master: Henry Wright, Acre Cottage, Park Road, Freemantle 1866 Thos. Abbott, Southampton; 1867 William Etheridge, Southampton; John Pye
Voyages: 1863, 1866 Sunderland; 1867 once to Sunderland, laid up for several months; voyage September from Sunderland to Hamburg and back
Transferrred to Sunderland 1867

MARY Reg No 11380  DCrew/11380  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built 1844 at East Cowes
Sail
21 tons
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-NA, 1888-NA, 1889-NA, 1890-1, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-2, 1899-1
Owner: 1871-96 Jas. Lock, Warsash; 1897-9 George Hy. Chatter, Lymington
Master: 1871 Andrew Haynes, Warsash; 1872 A. Haynes and Thos. Bevis, Warsash; 1876 William James, Warsash; 1877-81 Thos. Bevis; 1882 Thos. Bevis and I. Spencer; 1883 H. Spencer; 1884 Thos. Bevis; 1890-4 Charles Hy. Baker, Milford, Lymington; 1897-8 G.H. Chatter
Voyages: 1871-90 fishing trade; 1891 Jan-June stone dredging in Christchurch Bay; July - Dec. oyster and Sprat fishing in Solent; 1892 sprat fishing and laid up; 1893-4 trawling; 1896 coastal fishing in Solent; 1897-9 dredging in Lymington

MARY Reg No 11382  DCrew/11382  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built Chapel by Thomas George Donkin
Sail
36 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-1, 1867-1, 1868-1, 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2
Owner: R. Jennings, St. Denys, Southampton (later Saw Mills and E. Park Terrace)
Master: 1863-79 Jeremiah Bower, Itchen Ferry (later Pear Tree Green); 1880 Joseph Major, Eling; 1881 Henry Major
Voyages: 1863-4 Southampton to Sandown; 1866 Southampton to I.W.; 1867 coastal and I.W.; 1868-81 inside I.W.
Removed from annual list 1885

MARY (later MADRENA) Reg No 92031  DCrew/92031  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886, transferred to London 1892
Built Southampton by W.A. Black & Co. 1886
Sail, yacht
25 tons
Crew lists: 1886-1, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2
Owner: 1886-91 Cosmo Romilly, London; 1893 Walter B. Bishop, Beckenham, Kent
Master: 1886-91 Samuel Lungley, Brightlingsea; 1893 Fred Bragg, Southampton

MARY ANN Reg No 20,236  DCrew/20,236  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858 (1853?)
Built 1846 at Rye
Sail
Reg. tons 32 (1867 - 43)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-0, 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-NA, 1871-NA, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-0, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, ---- 1888-1, 1889-2
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble; 1867-89 John Scovell, Hamble
Master: James Cooper, Hamble; 1867 Henry Morey, Hamble; 1872 Henry and James Morey; 1878-9 William Hammett, Hamble; 1880 Henry Morey and William Hammett; 1881 Henry Morey; 1882 George Light, Hamble; 1888 George Elliott, Brixham; 1889 Jn. Primmer, George Elliott
Voyages: fishing trade; 1888-9 lobster trading Galway Bay lost in Galway Bay 1889

MARY BLOCK Reg No 19086  DCrew/19086  No Date

Contents:
Reg. 1857 (lengthened and Re-Reg. 1875)
Built Southampton by John Ransom 1857
Sail
146 tons (1874- 176)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-0, 1867-1, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2. 1871-3, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1874-0, 1876-1, 1877-3, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-3, 1881-1
Owner: John Ransom, Southampton
Master: 1863-4 Rich, Rundle, Liverpool; 1867 C. KÖller; 1869-71 George Avery; 1872 George Avery, S. Pile; 1873 S. Pile, Gt. Yarmouth; 1876 I.J. Harwood; 1880 George M. Mant, Emsworth and Thos. Browne; 1881 Thos. Browne
Voyages: 1863 Liverpool to Glasgow, Liverpool to Pernambuco; 1864 Cardiff to Pernambuco and elsewhere America and Europe; 1869 similar; 1870 Brazil and British W. Indies; 1871 Brazil, Antwerp; 1872 Cardiff, St. Catherines, Pernambuco, Liverpool; 1873 Brazil; 1876-7 Buenos Aires; 1878 Barbados, Guadeloupe, Le Havre; 1880 Montevideo and other N & S. American Ports; 1881 Cardiff to Santa Catherina and Brazil lost on voyage from Brazil to Falmouth, carrying Sugar

MASSILIA Reg No 28374  DCrew/28374  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1860
Steam
Reg. tons 1033 net, 1640 gross
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-NA, 1866-5, 1867-5, 1868-10, 1869-11, 1870-10, 1871-12, 1872-11, 1873-4, ----- 1877-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1863 Jn. M. Rogers; 1866 Andrew M. Lockie, Portswood; 1867 W.C. Angove, Portswood; Jn. C. Almond; A. Lockie, W. Curling; 1869 A.M. Lockie; E.P. G. Browne, Surrey; 1870 E.P.G. Browne; 1871 Edward Christian, Woolston; George L. Brooks; 1872 William Curling, E. Christian; 1873 George Cotes, C. Anderson; 1877 Robert Rand
Voyages: 1863-73 contract mail service to Alexandria; 1877 Japan

MATATUA Reg No 114599  DCrew/114599  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1904
Built Belfast by Workman, Clark and Co.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 4178 net, 6488 gross
Crew lists: 1907-2, 1908-3, 1909-4, 1910-4, 1911-3, 1912-2, 1913-4
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: 1907-8 Jos. Maxwell ?; 1909 William Burnett; 1910-13 Lewis B. Gillman
Voyages: New Zealand (some London to the Tyne)
Sold to Germans 1928

MAUND (changed to MEKONG 1912) Reg No 119732  DCrew/119732  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
Built at Leith
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 337 net, 903 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1, 1907-2, 1908-1, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-1
Owner: 1906 A.M. Singer; 1908-11 Adam Mortimer; 1912 U.M. Jackson
Master: 1906-7 W.G. Baynes; 1908-12 E. Love
Voyages: yachting

MAURITIUS Reg No 51284  DCrew/51284  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built 1864 at Kinghorn, Fifeshire
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 442 net, 587 gross
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co; 1869 W.B. and C. Palgrave, Dublin
Master: 1868 C.D. Coxwell, Eling, Southampton; 1869-70 William McKeon, Dublin
Voyages: 1868 Cape of Good Hope mail service; 1869 Cardiff, Gibraltar, Huevla (and other Ports); 1870 Dublin, Cadiz, transferred to Dublin 1869

MAY Reg No 86331  DCrew/86331  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883
Built 1875 by W.S. Luke, Itchen Ferry
Sail, yacht
11 tons
Crew lists: 1894-2
Owner: H. Mansford, London
Master: Walter Dove, Brightingsea
Voyages: pleasure cruising, then laid up
Transferred to Guernsey 1899

MAYFLOWER Reg No 51300  DCrew/51300  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built Newcastle
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 44 net, 69 Gross
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-1, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-NA, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-4, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-NA, 1898-2, (from 1886 includes SOLENT 44913 and from 1893, LYMINGTON 98862)
Owner: W. Grunsell, Lymington Quay; 1878-83 R. Sharp, Lymington; 1886 L.S.W. Ry.
Master: J.H. Cribb, Lymington; 1877-98 Edwin Thomas Seymour
Voyages: Lymington, Yarmouth, Totland and other ports inside I.W. Broken up 1912

MAYFLOWER Reg No 55390  DCrew/55390  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1866 at Portsmouth
Sail
38 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-3, 1872-4, 1873-3, 1874-0
Owner: G. Voller, High Street, Southampton
Master: 1868 G. Penney, Freemantle; 1869 William Rogers, Clifton street, Southampton; 1870-2 Hy. Pointer, High Street, Southampton (1872 St. Denys Road)
Voyages: 1868 Southampton, Guernsey, Portsmouth; 1869 Southampton, Poole, I.W. Guernsey; 1871 Southampton, Poole, Weymouth, I.W. and French ports; 1871 Topsham, Shoreham, Poole, Portland, Portsmouth; 1872 St. Valery, London, Caen, Abbeville, Trouville, Dunkirk, Rouen, Rochester; 1873 London, Celais, Dunkirk, London, Poole, Southampton, Poole, London, Dunkirk, London; (July); Southampton (coals), London (iron), Cowes (deals), Southampton (ballast), Harfleur (guano), Southampton (ballast) St. Valery (jute), Littlehampton (timber), Southampton (chalk), Poole (wheat); 1874 coasting Eling, Southampton, also voyages to Dunkirk and Lyme Regis transferred to Cowes 1876

MAYFLY Reg No 56137  DCrew/56137  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868 (and 1878)
Built 1867 at Southampton
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 21 net, 40 gross
Crew lists: 1871-1
Owner: Tyrwhitt Walker, Bossington, Stockbridge
Master: A, Oman
Voyages: yachting

MAY HULSE Reg No 82423  DCrew/82423  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881
Built Northam by John Ransom
Sail
Reg. tons 463 net, 491 gross
Crew lists: 1882-3, 1883-1, 1884-1, 1886-1
Owner: John Ransom, Southampton
Master: H. Youlden
Voyages: 1882 Valparaiso; 1883-4 Glasgow to Buenos Aires; 1886 U.K. Ports
Transferred to Glasgow 1886

MAY QUEEN (changed to CHIQUITA 1883) Reg No 76849  DCrew/76849  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879 (and 1894)
Built Lymington by G. Inman and Son 1869
Sail
18 tons
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-1
Owner: 1879 Septimus Rivington, Kensington, London; 1882 William Lloyd, Villierstown, Ireland
Master: 1879-82 Chas. Rice, Tollesbury, Essex
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Transferred to Colchester 1883

MECHANICS OWN Reg No 37,725  DCrew/37,725  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856 (and 1861) (formerly of Picton, Nova Scotia)
Built 1855 at New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
Sail
196 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-NA, 1873-3, 1874-5, 1876-2, 1877-2
Owner: Philip Hedger, Dock House, Southampton; later John Ransom, Hawthorn Cottage (and Cross House) Southampton
Master: John Groves, Newport,Mon; 1868 Giles Strugnell, Ship Farm, Northam, Southampton; 1869 John Roberts, Princes Street, Southampton; 1870-1 Jas Cooper, Belvidere Terrace, Southampton; 1873 H. Barnard, Littlehampton; Jas Cooper, 1874 George Samways; 1876 J.T. Hart,Poole
Voyages: 1863 Cardiff; 1864 Sunderland; 1866 coal trade S. Wales; 1867 Southampton, Swansea, Bath; 1868 Swansea, Aberdeen and Sunderland (coal and timber); 1869 Shields, Penzance, Sunderland, Cardiff, Devonport; 1870 Sunderland; 1871 Sunderland; 4 voyages to Cardiff; 1873 Shields, Cronstadt Gulf (Finland), Topsham, Plymouth, Southampton, Sunderland, Southampton, Sunderland, Southampton; 1874 Cronstadt, Sunderland, Cardiff; 1876 Sunderland; 1877 laid up broken up 1888

MEDINA Reg No 13860  DCrew/13860  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Steam
Reg. tons 56 net, 145 gross
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1878-2, (1880-1883 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S. of Eng. Company
Master: 1863 John Muston; 1866-8 George Clark; 1871-2 J. Muston; 1878 George Bullmore; (1880-3 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)
Voyages: Southampton, Portsmouth, Ryde, Cowes Etc.

MEDUSA Reg No 119744  DCrew/119744  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co. Ltd.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 228net, 597 gross
Crew lists: 1907-1, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1910-1, 1911-1, 1912-1
Owner: Alfred Farquhar
Master: Thos. P.B. Spuddell
Voyages: yachting

MEDWAY Reg No 77028  DCrew/77028  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1877 (and 1888)
Built Govan 1877
Steam
Reg. tons 2351 net, 3687 gross
Crew lists: 1878-6, 1879-5, 1880-5, 1881-4, 1882-3, 1883-5, 1886-NA, 1887-NA, 1888-3, 1889-5, 1890-6, 1891-2, 1892-6, 1893-5, 1894-6, 1896-5, 1897-5, 1898-4, 1899-6
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1878-9 John S.H. Jellicoe and Robert Revett; 1880-1 R. Revett; 1882-3 J. Bruce; 1888-90 W. Gillies; 1891 R.H. Stranger; 1892-3 L. R. Dickinson; 1896 T.D. Bulkeley; 1897 W.H. Owen; 1898 A.C. Farmer, T.D. Constantine
Voyages: W. Indies mail service

MEROPE Reg No 63605  DCrew/63605  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1870 at Sunderland by T.R. Oswald
Sail
Reg. tons 1053 net, 1081 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-1, 1879-1, 1880-NA, 1881-3, 1882-1, 1883-1 -------, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1
Owner: Walter Savill, James W. Temple and John Parker (1883 Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.)
Master: 1876-90 Isaac Sutherland, Limehouse
Voyages: New Zealand
Abandoned on fire 1890

MERMAID Not registered  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Sail, yacht
Crew lists:- 1864-1
Owner & Master:- Edward Ricketts, Twyford H., Ryde, 1 of w.
Voyages:- pleasure only between Selsey Bill of the Needles

MERRIE DUCHESS Reg No 86349  DCrew/86349  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884
Built Southampton by W.S. Luke
Sail, yacht
24 tons
Crew lists: 1886-1, 1887-0, 1888-1, 1889-1, 1890-1, 1891-1
Owner: Lewis G. Moore, Northampton
Master: Adolphus J. Rand, Wivenhoe
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Frenchman 1913

MERRYMAID Reg No 94516  DCrew/94516  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1889
Built Southampton by W.A. Black & Co.
Sail, yacht
25 tons
Crew lists: 1890-1, 1891-1
Owner: D.C.W. Lysons, 22 Warwick Square, London
Master: William Trim, 1 Blechynden Street, Southampton
Voyages: 1890 cruising; laid up 1891
Broken up 1916

MERSEY Reg No 27,224  DCrew/27,224  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1859
Reg. tons 767
Crew lists: 1866-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Joseph Thwaites, Southampton
Voyages: W. Indies

MEXICAN Reg No 86330  DCrew/86330  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1883
Built Sunderland by James Laing
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 3002 net, 4668 gross
Crew lists: 1883-5, 1884-5, 1886-4, 1887-3, 1888-NA, 1889-7, 1890-5, 1891-5, 1892-5, 1893-7, 1894-6, 1896-NA, 1897-5, 1898-5, 1900-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company
Master: 1883 Chas. D. Coxwell, William Caius Crutchley; 1884-7 William Bainbridge, Hy. Ballard; 1891-2 George Larmer; 1893 E.J. Griffin; 1894, 1897 R. Reynolds, Romsey; 1898 Jn. W. Hague, Walter Martin; 1900 B. Copp
Voyages: S. Africa
Sunk in collision off Cape Town 1900

MINHO (Formerly LEOPOLD II) Reg No 68386  DCrew/68386  No Date

Contents:
Steam
Reg. tons 1490 net, 2540 gross
Crew lists: 1874-6, 1876-4, 1877-4, 1878-4, 1879-5, 1880-4, 1881-3, 1882-7, 1883-6, 1884-7
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1874 Thos. James, Bermondsey; George E. Parkes, Woolston; 1876 George Parkes, R.H. Macaulay, Ernest West; 1877-9 M. Compton;1880 L.R. Dickinson; 1881 L.R. Dickinson, Walter Chapman and James Lawson; 1882 James Lawson; 1883-4 W. Chapman
Voyages: 1874 London, Valparaiso; 1874 Brazil, River Plate; 1876 Brazil; 1877-81 W. Indies, N. York, Brazil; 1882 S. America and W. Indies; 1883-4 Europe

MINHO Reg No 106035  DCrew/106035  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1896
Steam
Reg. tons 3445
Crew lists: 1897-5, 1898-4, 1899-4, 1900-2, 1901-3, 1902-NA, 1903-3,
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1897 W.A.G. Copp, R.H. Stranger; 1898 Stranger; 1899 Stranger, H.E. Rudge, J. Thomas; 1900-1 J. Thomas; 1903 M.J. Boby, D. McNab, Herbert Davies
Voyages: 1897-9 Europe and W. Indies; 1900 S. America; 1903 S. America

MINNIE (Changed to MOUSE 1880, AQUILA 1890) Reg No 51132  DCrew/51132  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878, transferred from Cowes
Built 1866 at Cowes by R & M Ratsey
Sail
18 tons
Crew lists: 1878-1, 1879-2
Owner: William Nicholls, 12 Gloucester Square
Master: as owner
Voyages: pilot service around I.W.
Sold to Frenchman 1901

MINNIE COLES Reg No 56134  DCrew/56134  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867
Built Port Dinorwic, Wales
Sail
115 tons
Crew lists: 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869-NA, 1870-4, 1871-5, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-3
Owner: 1867 William Ellis, Caernarvon, then Richard Coles, Cross House, Southampton; 1870 William Ellis; 1879 Rees Jones, Port Dinerwic
Master: W. Ellis, 1870 Evan Ellis, then William Peters; 1870 William Ellis; 1870 William Ellis; 1872 Evan Ellis; 1876-81 John Jones, Port Dinorwic; 1883 John Jones
Voyages: 1867 Wales, Hamburg, London, Portsmouth, Poole, Runcorn; 1870 coastal and foreign; 1871 Port Madoc, Copenhagen; 1872 Banger, Hamburg, Newcastle, Falmouth, Garston; 1873 Baltic, Hamburg, Drobak, Cork, Port, Dinorwic, London, Belfast, Port Dinorwic, Aberdeen; 1874 Port Dinorwic, Hamburg; 1876 Avonmouth, Cardiff, Queenstown, Port Dinorwic, Kyle Tongue, Little Ferry, Invergordon, Newcastle, Cork; 1877-9 coastal; 1880-1 coastal and Hamburg; 1883 Portsmouth
Transferred to Caernarvon 1883

MIRAGE Reg No 62213  DCrew/62213  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869
Built at Lymington
Sail
111 tons
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-1 ---- 1886 2, ----- 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-1, 1896-1, --- 1903-1
Owner: Marguis of Ormonde, Kilkenny Castle; 1891-6 F.W. Water, Gt. Yarmouth; 1903 Cyril Rose
Master:q William B. Caines, Lymington; 1886, 1891 John Harbert; 1892-6 G. Giffard, Northam; 1903 Cyril Rose
Voyages: pleasure cruising - 1871 Mediterranean until March, then laid up; 1874 Lymington, Ireland, Norway, Spitzbergen, (July - Dec.) 1877 coasts of U.K., Belgium and Holland; Dec. 1877 - Feb 1879 laid up; 1879-80 Mediterranean; 1886 laid up

MIRAGE Reg No 76158  DCrew/76158  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883
Built 1877 Port Glasgow
Steam, yacht
Reg. tons 68 net 135 gross
Crew lists: 1883-1, 1884-1, --- 1889-1, 1890-1, --- 1909-1
Owner: 1883-90 Marquis of Ormonde; 1909 Earl of Edgecombe, Cornwall
Master: 1883-90 as owner: 1909 E. Jacobs
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to foreigner 1914

MIRELLA Reg No 56136  DCrew/56136  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868
Built 1867 at Lymington
Sail
30 tons
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-3, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-1, 1879-1, --- 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1
Owner: H.E. Chatterton, Dublin; 1879-90 A. Ede, 2 Bridgefield Road, Southampton
Master: 1870-87 Henry Dimmick, Lymington; 1888-90 William Martin, New Street, Bursledon
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Wrecked 1890

MIRZAPORE Reg No 65604  DCrew/65604  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1879
Built Greenock 1871
Steam
Reg. tons 2095 net, 3762 gross
Crew lists: 1871-3, 1872-0, 1873-5, 1874-9, 1876-5, 1877-5, 1878-6, 1879-5, 1880-4, 1881-7, 1882-5, 1883-NA, 1884-5, 1886-6, 1887-6, 1888-8, 1889-5, 1890-NA, 1891-3, 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-3, 1896-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1871-80 Alfred Parish, Bembridge, I.W. (from 1876 Guildford); 1881 A. Parish and Chas. G. Perrins; 1882-4 C.G. Perrins; 1886-9 R. Harvey; 1891 Barnes; 1892-3 Harvey; 1894-6 P. Street, London
Voyages: 1871 Alexandria mail service; 1882 Bombay and Australia; 1884-92 London, Antwerp

MOHAWK Reg No 94506  DCrew/94506  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1888
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay & Co.
Sail, yacht
33 tons
Crew lists: 1888-2, 1889-NA, 1890-2, --- 1896-3, --- 1801-1, 1902-1
Owner: 1888, 1890 Col. V. Bagot, Berkeley; 1896 J.A. Orr Ewing, London; 1901 Edward C. Thin, Liverpool; 1902 J.G. Fay & Co. Southampton
Master: 1888, 1890 Thomas Skeats, Brightlingsea; 1896 A.P. Butchers Newport; 1901-2 S.H. Chambers
Voyages: pleasure cruising

MOHICAN Reg No 110246  DCrew/110246  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Dummy barge
Reg. tons 103 net, 103 gross
Crew lists: 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-1
Owner: 1900-12 J.J. Bayford, High Street, Southampton
Master: 1900 Hy. Tubbs; 1902-3 Robert Carr; 1904-7 H. Johnson; 1908-12 William Tanner
Voyages: 1904 coal barge within I.W.; 1908 in tow; 1910-12 dummy barge

MONA Reg No 62229  DCrew/62229  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1871, Greenock 1883
Built Northam by Summers and Day
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 110 net, 193 gross
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-1, ---- 1880-2, 1881-2, --- 1901-1, 1903-1
Owner: 1871-4 Earl House; 1880 James Clark, Ralston, Paisley; 1901-3 James McCall, Greenock
Master: 1871-4 Charles Brown, Cowes; 1880 Fred Chas. Timpson, Portswood/Dunoon; 1901 I. Ibister, Gourock; 1903 Donald Shaw
Voyages: pleasure cruising

MONARA Reg No 97220  DCrew/97220  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Sail
Reg. tons 33
Crew lists: 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-0, 1901-1
Owner: Arthur Herbert Glennie, London
Master: Albert Edward Griggs, Brightlingsea
Voyages: cruising

MONDEGO (Formerly SANTIAGO) Reg No 68404  DCrew/68404  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow
Steam
Reg tons. 1540 net, 2564 gross
Crew lists: 1874-2, 1876-4, 1877-4, 1878-4, 1879-5, 1880-2, 1881-3, 1882-5, 1883-7, 1884-5, 1886-2, 1887-4, 1888-1
Owner: 1874 J. Ryde, 155 Fenchurch Street; Royal Mail Company
Master: 1874 Alfred B.Bee; 1876-7 William Gillies; 1878 William Gillies and E.C. Kemp; 1879 William Gillies and A. Hart Dyke; 1880 A. Hart Dyke and Walter Chapman; 1881 L.R. Dickinson and G.M. Hicks; 1882-8 G.M. Hicks
Voyages: 1874-8 Rio de Janeiro, Valparaiso, Antwerp; 1879-82
New York and Rio de Janeiro; 1883-8 European ports

MONGOLIA Reg No 52731  DCrew/52731  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1865, 1876, later London
Steam
Reg. tons 1946 net, 2833 gross
Crew lists: 1866-4, ------ 1871-4, 1872-8, 1873-4, 1874-NA, 1876-3, 1877-7, 1878-NA, 1879-6, 1880-0, 1881-2, -----, 1888-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 Nath. Stewart, James Kellock, James C. Babot (all of Southampton); 1871 A.E. Barlow; 1872 A.E. Barlow, T. Beasley; 1873 T. Beasley; 1876 Alfred Coleman; 1879 Alfred Coleman and J.M. Edmond; 1881 J.M. Edmond
Voyages: Nov. 1865 - Jan 1866 Southampton, Alexandria, Marseilles; Feb - March Ditto; then Southampton, Calcutta and Indian and China Seas; 1871-81 Alexandria, India mail service China

MONMOUTHSHIRE (Later TYNE 1919) Reg No 115893  DCrew/115893  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1902
Steam
Reg. tons 3306 net, 5090 gross
Crew lists: 1907-3, 1908-3, 1909-3, 1910-NA, 1911-4, 1912-3, 1913-3
Owner: 1906 N.F. Jenkins, 6 Lloyds Ave. London; 1907 Royal Mail Company
Master: 1907-13 G.E. Warner
Voyages: Singapore, China, Japan

MONSOON Reg No 105,504  DCrew/105,504  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1895
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. Tons 116 net, 171 gross
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1897-3, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-4, 1902-1, 1903-1
Owner: 1896 W.N. Diggle Esq. Culham Court, Henley on Thames; 1897 same, then T.J. Hurst, Huddersfield; 1900-1 Sir Andrew Fairbairn, York; 1902-3 Sir Richard Williams Bulkeley, Baron Hill, Beaumais, N. Wales
Master: 1896-7 William Bartlett, Cowes; 1900-1 Ashford Southcott; 1903 William Matrick
Voyages: Cruising
Sold to Russian 1903

MOOLTAN Reg No 29397  DCrew/29397  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1860, London 1861
Steam
Reg. tons 1627 net, 2257 gross
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-3, ------, 1871-3, 1872-8, 1873-6, -------, 1882-2,
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 J.W. Macnamara; 1867 Thos. Beasley, Southampton; 1871 George L. Babot, London; 1872 J.M. Rogers, G.N. Hector, J.C. Almond; 1873 Edward Christian, J.C. Almond; 1882 Joseph Roberts
Voyages: 1866 home from India mail service for repair; 1867 1871-3 Red Sea, Bombay, Calcutta, mail service; 1882 Gibraltar, Mediterranean, Black Sea

MOONBEAM Reg No 44907  DCrew/44907  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, 1866
Built 1858 at Fairlie, Ayr, by W. Fife & Son
Sail
14 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, ------, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-1
Owner: 1868 Peregrine Roberts; 1896-8 C.I.P. Johnson, London
Master: 1868 as owner; 1896--8 W.F. Offord, Brightlingsea
Voyages: cruising

MOONBEAM (changed to CHIONE 1904) Reg No 110263  DCrew/110263  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899, 1928
Built at Southampton by White Bros, Itchen Ferry
Sail
28 tons
Crew lists: 1899-1
Owner: Chas. P. Johnson, London
Master: William J. Offord, Brightlingsea

MOOR (changed to LA PLATA 1901, VIKING 1908) Reg No 82428  DCrew/82428  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1882, 1888, 1894
Built Clydebank by J & G. Thomson 1882, Lengthened 1894 by same
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2352 net, 3687 gross (1894-2800, 4464)
Crew lists: 1882-2, 1883-6, 1884-7, 1886-3, 1887-5, 1888-8, 1889-5, 1890-8, 1891-5, 1892-6, 1893-10, 1894-4, 1896-4, 1897-6, 1898-5, 1899-6, 1900-5, 1901-5, 1902-5, 1903-1, 1904-11, 1906-11, 1907-8, 1908-6, 1909-3
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company; 1901 Royal Mail Co.; 1908 John E.K. Studd, 309 Regent Street, London
Master: 1882-7 Sydney M. Carries? 1889-97 Ed. J. Griffin; 1898-1900 John Tyson; 1902 R.T. Hernaman; 1903 F.S. Newton; 1904 M. Dagnall;I908 Jas. G. Biggs, W.M. Bennett Phipps?
Voyages: 1882-99 S. Africa; 1900 S. Africa, then W. Indies 1908-9 Grimsby, Stravangar

MORGLAY Reg No 76826  DCrew/76826  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built Stockton - on - Tees by Pearse & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 974 net, 1524 gross
Crew lists: 1877-3, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-11, 1881-6, 1882-5, 1883-5, 1884-6, 1886-7, 1887-6, 1888-7, 1889-3, 1890-6, 1891-7,
Owner: Thos. Harper; 1880 G.T. Harper and Co., Southampton, Shipowner
Master: 1877-84 James Ward, London (1881 with John Kemp); 1886-7 Thos. Kemp, Southampton; 1888 Thos. Kemp; C.B. Franks, Newport; 1889 C.B. Franks; R. Hughes; 1890-1 R. Hughes, Bath
Voyages: 1877 Canada, U.S., Odessa; 1878 Europe, Bombay; 1880 America, Mediterranean, BlackSea; 1881 Constantinople; 1882 Malta, Port Said, Odessa; 1883 Newport to Brindisi; 1884 Cardiff to Constantinople; 1887 Newport to Naples; 1888 Newport (Mon), Torre Annunziata, Castellamare di Stabia, Naples, Trieste, Barletta, Bari, Bordeaux, Cardiff, Naples, Ergastiria, Antwerp, Newport, Alexandria, St. Nazaire, Penarth, Naples, Fiume, Bordeaux, Cardiff, Bordeaux, River Plate, Cardiff, Messina, Constantinople, Lisbon, Bristol, Cardiff; 1889 Cardiff, Antwerp, Bordeaux, Cape Verde Island; Monte Video, Buenos Aires, Port Castries in St. Lucia, New Orleans, Newport (Va), Rouen, Cardiff, Bari, Manfredonia, Fiume, Bordeaux, Cardiff, Gaeta, Smyrna, Malta, Avonmouth; 1890 Bristol, Savona, Pirgos, Bordeaux, Rouen, Newport (Mon), Messina, Fiume, Spoleto, Rouen, Newport, Venice, Bari, Fiume, Trieste, Bordeaux, Newport, Venice, Ergasteria, Malta, Maryport, Cardiff, Marseilles, Cartagena, Rotterdam, Swansea, sold to foreigner 1896

MOSELLE Reg No 65617  DCrew/65617  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1871
Steam
Reg. tons (1877) 1900 net, 3252 gross
Crew lists: 871-2, 1872-11, 1873-10, 1874-11, 1876-5, 1877-5, 1878-5, 1879-4, 1880-5, 1881-5, 1882-5, 1883-NA, 1884-4, 1886-5, 1887-7, 1888-5, 1889-5, 1890-NA, 1891-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1871-2 Jas. T. Moir and Jn. H. Jellicoe; 1873 J.H. Jellicoe, Ryde; 1876 C. Taylor, George Parkes; 1877 C. Taylor; 1878-86 J.H. Jellicoe; 1887-9 W. Gillies; 1891 H.C. Rigaud, Philip Rowsell
Voyages: W. Indies mail service

MYRTLE (changed to MAFALDA 1903) Reg No 105,503  DCrew/105,503  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1895, 1846
Built 1891 London
Sail, yacht
13 tons
Crew lists: 1900-1
Owner: John Edmund Mackenzie
Master: as owner
Voyages: yachting

NAB Not yet registered  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Motor cutter
Crew Lists; 1912-1
Owner: Trinity Corporation, London.
Master: Alex B. Woodbam, Leith
Voyage: [...] Anstmitter in Fife to Cowes I. Of W.

NAMAQUA Reg No 68813  DCrew/68813  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built Sunderland by Thos. Ridley Oswald
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 202 net, 352 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: W.C. Barker; J.C. Gilbert; Clark
Voyages: Cape Town
Wrecked 1876

NAN Reg No 62220  DCrew/62220  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built Lymington by George Inman
Sail
19 tons
Crew lists: 1871-1
Owner: A. Fountaine, Norfred Hall, Norfolk
Master: Joseph Link, West Lynn, Norfolk
Voyages: cruising in Solent until September then laid up at Lynn
Sold foreign 1919

NANCY Reg No 2674  DCrew/2674  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
119 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-0, 1868-2
Owner: William Holyman, Freemantle, Southampton; 1868 Alfred Haddon, 83 High Street, Southampton
Master: John Blaker, Orchard Street, Southampton (1867 7 Canton Street); 1868 John King, Melbourne Street, Southampton
Voyages: 1863 10 voyages to Shields and 1 to Sunderland; 1864 10 to Shields; 1866 14 to Newcastle; 1867 4 voyages to Shields, 5 to Newcastle and Sunderland; 1868 Sunderland, Newcastle and Cardiff
Ship lost December 26, 1868

NARCISSUS Reg No 119704  DCrew/119704  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1905
Built Govan
Steam, turbine, twin screw, yacht
Reg. tons 229 net, 659 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1, 1907-3, 1908-1, 1909-2, 1910-1, 1911-1, 1912-1
Owner: A.E. Miller Mundey, Shipley Hall, Derby
Master: Archibald Learmouth
Voyages cruising
Sold to Greek 1919

NATAL Reg No 51288  DCrew/51288  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865, 1875
Built at Northam 1865 by Day & Co Engines by same
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 486 net, 617 gross (1875 - 528, 734)
Crew lists: 1874-9, --- 1877-1, 1883-2 --- 1887-1
Owner: 1874-83 Union Castle Company; 1887 J.R. Anderson, 4 St. Mary Axe (? incomplete)
Master: 1874 Fred Diver, Henry Ballard, G.E. Bird; 1877 A. Clark, J.C. Gilbert; 1883 W.R. Smyth; 1887 Jn. Spencer Wood
Voyages: 1874-83 Cape mail service; 1887 Singapore
Sold foreign 1887

NATAL Reg No 98854  DCrew/98854  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1892
Built Dumbarton by W. Denny & Bros
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 59 net, 158 gross
Crew lists: 1892-1, 1893-1, ----- 1900-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd (from 1900 Union Castle)
Master: 1892-3 A.H. Chapman; 1900 J. Berwick
Voyages: Southampton to Natal

NEAIRA Reg No 90421  DCrew/90421  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built Southampton by Payne & Sons
Sail
34 tons
Crew lists: 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, -------, 1894-1, 1896-1, 1897-2, 1898-2
Owner: 1887 William Marshall, Weaverham; 1888 W. Marshall; J.J. Richardson, Upper Norwood; 1889 J.J. Richardson; 1894 G.L. Chambers, Hanover Square, London; 1896-7 Robert A. Mair, Glasgow; 1898 Viscount Sudley, R.Y.S. Cowes
Master: 1887 William Oakley then Joseph Hadley, both of Wivenhoe; 1888-9 J. Hadley; 1894 as owner; 1896-7 Daniel Downie, Gourock
Voyages: cruising
Broken up 1908

NELLIE Reg No 72353  DCrew/72353  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built 1862 at Hythe by A. Blanchard
Sail, yacht
22 tons
Crew lists 1877-1
Owner: W. Butlin, Duston House, Northampton
Master: Edward De La Rue, Bugle Street
Voyages: yachting

NEMESIS (formerly SEA QUEEN) Reg No 82318  DCrew/82318  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1901, 1906 (Glasgow 1880, since foreign)
Built 1880, Glasgow
Steam, screw
Reg. tons261 net, 385 gross
Crew lists: 1901-1, --- 1904-1, --- 1912-1
Owner: 1901 Duncan Ford; 1904 Baroness de Forrest, London; 1912 William Alexander Rowe, The Cottage, Alverstoke, Hants
Master: 1901, 1904, 1912 James Berry, Southampton
Voyages: 1901, 1904 yachting; 1912 voyage from Havre to Sunderland

NEPAUL Reg No 73821  DCrew/73821  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1876
Steam
Reg. tons 2065 net, 3536 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-NA, 1878-5, 1879-5, 1880-8, 1881-7, 1882-3, 1883-5, 1884-6, 1886-6, 1887-6, 1888-6, 1889-4, 1890-5
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1876 R. Methuen; 1878 Jas. Murray, R. Methuen; 1879-80 J.S. Murray; 1881 Murray, Hy Wyatt; 1882 Wyatt; 1883 J. Reeves; 1884 Reeves, Wyatt, T. Alderton; 1886 Alderton; 1887 Alderton, L.M. Wibner; 1888 S.F. Cole (died Marseilles 14 September 1888), W.A. Wheeler; 1889 Wheeler; 1890 A.B. Daniell
Voyages: 1876 Calcutta; 1878-80 Bombay and Calcutta; 1881 India and China; 1883 Australia; 1884 London, Antwerp, Mediterranean Bombay, Shanghai, Bombay, London, Antwerp, Mediterranean, Bombay, Shanghai, Bombay, London, Antwerp, Calcutta, Madras, London; 1886-9 similar

NEPTUNE Reg No 105,519  DCrew/105,519  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896
Built Whiteinch, Glasgow by Barclay Curle & Co.
Steam, tug, twin screw
Reg. tons 8 net, 309 gross
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-1
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S.E.R. Mail Steam Pachet Co. Ltd (T.J. Burnett)
Master: Henry Cockett
Voyages: Towing
Sold to Admiralty 1904

NEPTUNE Reg No 124528  DCrew/124528  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1910
Built Southampton by Day Summers
Steam tug, twin screw
Reg. tons 3 net, gross 314
Crew lists: 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S.E.R. Mail S.P. Co. Ltd (T.J. Burnett)
Master: Henry Cockett, 13 Glebe Road, Southampton
Voyages: Towing
Broken up 1962

NETLEY Reg No 21,856  DCrew/21,856  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built at Eling by George Light
Sail
33 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-2; 1867-1, 1868-2
Owner: John Light, Bartley Nr. Southampton; 1866 G. Voller, High Street, Southampton
Master: G. Weaver, Redbridge; 1866 Harry Pointer, Oriental Terrace; 1867 G. Penny, Freemantle; 1868 John Avis, 29 College Street Reg. cancelled 1888

NEVA Reg No 60833  DCrew/60833  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1868
Steam
Reg. tons (1882) 1774 net, 3025 gross
Crew lists: 1868-7, 1869-10, 1870-11, 1871-6, 1872-8, 1873-8, 1874-NA, 1876-2, 1877-4, 1878-NA, 1879-4, 1880-4, 1881-5, 1882-4, 1883-4, 1884-4, 1886-3, 1887-4, 1888-4, 1889-4, 1890-1
Owner: Royal Mail S.P. Company
Master: 1868 T.A. Bevis; 1870 Robert Woolward; 1871 Woolward and Henry A. Box; 1873 Box; 1876 J.H. Jellicoe; 1877 John Bruce, W. Gillies; 1879 same and A. Hart Dyke; 1880-7 Gillies; 1889 G.M. Hicks, J.D. Spooner; 1889 Spooner; 1890 W.H. Milner, Southampton

NEWARK CASTLE Reg No 115806  DCrew/115806  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1902
Steam
Reg. tons 4046 net, 6223 gross
Crew lists: 1902-2, 1903-6, 1904-7, 1906-2, 1907-3, 1908-3
Owner: Union Castle Company (D. Currie & Co.)
Master: 1902-4 F.M. Bate; 1906 M. Wyndham Virral; 1908 N.R. Neilson
Voyages: S. Africa

NILE (changed to ROMAN 1890) Reg No 63553  DCrew/63553  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1870, 1878, Southampton 1890
Built Southampton by Day Summers
Steam, screw
Reg. tons (1890) 1876 net, 3020 gross
Crew lists: 1870-8, 1871-11, 1872-10, 1873-11, 1874-NA, 1876-5, 1877-4, 1878-3, 1879-5, 1880-4, 1881-5, 1882-6, 1883-5, 1884-4, ---- 1888-8, 1889-7, 1890-4, 1891-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company; 1890 Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: Richard Revett; 1878 R. Revett and E.C. Kemp; 1879 Kemp and J. Bruce; 1880-1 W.W. Herbert; 1882 Herbert, L.R. Dickinson and Jos. Brander; 1888 W. Gillies, G.M. Hicks, R. Woolward; 1890 R.W. Woolward; Bernard Copp; 1891 Copp
Voyages: W.I. and S. America mail service; 1890 W. Indies (R.M.) and continental service (U.S.S); 1891 Cape Town.

NILE Reg No 102804  DCrew/102804  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1893
Steam
Reg. tons 5455
Crew lists: 1893-1, 1894-4, 1896-5, 1897-5, 1898-5, 1899-6, 1900-6, 1901-5, 1902-NA, 1903-6, 1904-5, 1906-10, 1907-12, 1908-12, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1893-1904 J.D. Spooner; 1907 H.J. Boby; 1911 Walter S. Mason, J.G.K. Cheset
Voyages: W. Indies and Europe

NIOBE (changed to KYALAM 1905) Reg No 47982  DCrew/47982  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built 1863 at Southampton
Sail
28 tons
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-0, 1876-1
Owner: William Gordon, Cross House, Southampton; 1871 A. Haymann, Nottingham; 1876 Henry Crawford, Belfast
Master: 1869-72 Joseph William Copeland, 12 Brintons Terrace, Southampton (later Freemantle); 1876 Henry Crawford, Belfast
Voyages: cruising

NIPHON Reg No 29151  DCrew/29151  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1860, 1878
Reg. tons (1878) 576 net, 602 gross
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-1, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-2, 1876-0, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-1
Owner: 1869 S.R. Clarke, Liverpool; 1870-2 Thos. Tuckerman Carpenter, Liverpool; 1877-8 J. Robinson, Littlehampton
Master: 1878-9 Thos. Bacon, Pagham
Voyages: 1869 New Zealand; 1870-4, 1877 S. America; 1878 U.S.A. etc; 1879 S. America

NIXIE Reg No 76829  DCrew/76829  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877, transferred from Colchester
Built Southampton by Alfred Payne
Sail
52 tons
Crew lists: 1882-1
Owner: Gavin Addie, 238 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow
Master: 1882 Thos. Dudley, Sutton, Surrey
Voyages: cruising
Reg. cancelled 1913

NIZAM Reg No 68455  DCrew/68455  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Dumbarton 1873
Steam
Reg. tons 1727 net, 2726 gross
Crew lists: 1873-1, 1874-7, 1876-6, 1877-1, 1878-3, 1879-7, 1880-3, 1881-5, 1882-4, 1883-6, 1884-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1873-9 Arthur E. Barlow; 1880 Barlow, G.W. Brady; 1881 Brady, John B. Chapman; 1882 W.E. Clement, Raymond Harvey
Voyages: 1873-8 India; 1879-80 Australia, New Zealand; 1881-3 India and China; 1884 Antwerp

NOMAD Reg No 90416  DCrew/90416  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1885
Built 1884 at Dartmouth
Steam. screw
Reg. tons 34 net, 54 gross
Crew lists: 1886-1
Owner: J.B. Dugdale, Warwick
Master: as owner:
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Frenchman 1912

NORAH JAMES Reg No 135660  DCrew/135660  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1913
Built Namuv, Belgium
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 57 net, 122 gross
Crew lists: 1913-1
Owner: R.E.V. James Ltd, Chapel Wharf, Southampton
Master: John Hocking
Voyages: within I.W.; 9 voyages Redbridge - Alderney, then coastal, S. Coast, S. Wales, Solent
Sold to Border Coasters, Newcastle 1914, and registration transferred

NORE (changed to FLORENCE 1894) Reg No 76831  DCrew/76831  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built Southampton by G. Inman & Sons
Sail, yacht
52 tons
Crew lists: 1878-1, ---- 1886-1, 1887-2, ---- 1890-1, 1891-1, 1892-0, 1893-2, 1894-1, 1896-1, 1897-2, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-1, 1901-1
Owner: 1878 John S. Barbour, Belfast; 1886-7 George Brown, Cowes; 1890-1901 Edward M. Chambers, Teddington, Middlesex
Master: 1878 David Small, E. Cowes; 1886-7 Walter Slagden, Ryde; 1890-1901 S.L. Bishop, Cowes
Voyages: cruising
Sold to Frenchman 1911

NORMAN Reg No 13978  DCrew/13978  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854, 1864
Built 1854 at Rotherhithe
Steam, screw
Reg. tons (1864) 464 net, 560 gross
Crew lists: 1864-5, 1866-3
Owner: 1864 Union Ship Company (formerly George Lungley, Shipbuilder, Spear Hall, Portswood, sold 1864);
Master: 1864 R.B. Davie; 1866 W.H. Dashper, Keniston House, Millbrook
Voyages: 1864 mail service Cape of Good Hope; 1866 mail service to W. Africa
Sold 1867 to Breaner, Shipowners, London and Registration transferred

NORMAN Reg No 104042  DCrew/104042  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894
Built Belfast by Harland & Wolff
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 4179 net, 7392 gross
Crew lists: 1899-13, ---- 1902-1, ---- 1909-18
Owner: Union (1900 Union Castle) Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1899 R. Reynolds; 1909 G.K. Gandy, Jn. Bremner
Voyages: S. Africa

NORMANDY Reg No 44911  DCrew/44911  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Steam
Reg. tons 252
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-3, 1867-6, 1868-4, 1869-4
Owner: E.K. Corke (L.S.W. Railway Co.?) Southampton
Master: 1864 George Babel, Henry B. Harvey, L.H. Knight; 1868 J. Smith, Woolston; H.B. Harvey
Voyages: 1864, 1866 mail service to Channel Islands; 1867 Channel Islands, mail, passenger, cargoes; 1868 same and Le Havre; 1869 Channel Islands

NORSEMAN Reg No 51290  DCrew/51290  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865, 1869, 1871
Built Deptford by C. Lungley
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 960 net, 1244 gross
Crew lists: 1866-4, 1867-6, 1868-6, 1869-6, 1870-NA, 1871-6, 1872-8, 1873-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. (agent G.Y. Mercer)
Master: 1866-8 William Ladds, 5 Bellevue Terrace (14 Cranbury Place); 1869 Ladds, then Robert W. Kerr, Woolston; 1871 H. Draper, 3 Brighton Terrace; 1872 C.D. Coxwell, Shirley; J.D. Jefferies
Voyages: Cape mail service
Transferred to London 1873

NORSEMAN Reg No 97211  DCrew/97211  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 556 net, 937 gross
Crew lists: 1891-1, 1892-2, 1893-4
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1891 Charles Forder; 1892 J. Tyacke; 1893 L.A. Mann
Voyages: Cape of Good Hope
Transferred to Hull 1894

NORTHAM Reg No 13,917  DCrew/13,917  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
Sail
70 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-1, 1879-0, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1893-2
Owner: John Cardus, Northam; 1867 E. Dixon, Clayfield House, Southampton (ie Dixon & Caldus); 1877-92 Henry Kitcher, Northam (later Eling)
Master: Henry Kitcher, 15 Alfred Street; 1872 Fredk. Easy, Northam; 1873 J. Pearce, Totton; 1877-92 Henry Kitcher, Northam (later Eling)
Voyages: 1863, 1866-7 coastal, S. Wales and Bristol; 1868 Poole, Swansea, Neath, Portsmouth, Lymington, Southampton; 1869 similar; 1870 coastal with ballast and coal; 1871 Southampton, Poole, Swansea, Briton Ferry, Lymington, Chatham, Newcastle Sunderland; 1873 Bridgewater, Ipswich, Southampton, twice to Briton Ferry, Sunderland, Southampton, Brading, Swansea, Portsmouth, Southampton, Sunderland; 1876 Poole, Briton Ferry, Southampton, London; 1877 Southampton, Littlehampton, Sunderland, Port Talbot, Cowes, Dublin, Briton Ferry, Poole; 1878-9 Cardiff, Swansea, Woolwich, London; 1881 Londonderry; 1882 Briton Ferry, 1883 Briton Ferry, Southampton, Swansea, Londonderry, Neath; 1886-7 similar; 1888 Southampton, to Cardiff (3 times), Abroath; Morrison's Haven, Southampton, Fisherrow, Morrison's Haven etc.; 1889-92 similar; 1891 Cardiff (3 times), Bohess (twice), Cardiff

NORTHAM Reg No 21591  DCrew/21591  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 958 net, 1556 gross
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-8, 1871-6, 1873-7, 1874-4
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1869 William Ladds, Cranbury Place; 1870 Ladds, J.W. Jefferies; 1871 Jeffries, W.R. Dixon; 1872 Dixon, S.R.P. Caines; 1873 Caines, H.E. Draper
Voyages: Cape Town Mail service
Transferred to London 1876

NORTHUMBERLAND Reg No 65640  DCrew/65640  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, transferred from London
Built 1871 at Blackwall by Money Wigram & Sons as a screw steamer, converted to sail 1882
Sail
2094 tons
Crew lists: 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-3
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: R. Todd
Voyages: New Zealand;
Wrecked at Napier, N.Z, 1887

NUBIA Reg No 25118  DCrew/25118  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1854
Reg. tons 1062
Crew lists: 1870-6, 1872-2, 1873-4
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1870 Chas. Wilkinson, G.C. Burne; 1872-3 W.B. Hall, Southampton
Voyages: 1870 freight Bombay to Liverpool; Southampton to Alexandria, mail service from October; 1872-3 Alexandria mail service

NUBIAN Reg No 72366  DCrew/72366  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, 1888, 1891
Built at Low Walker on Tyne by C. Mitchell & Co; engines by Thos. Clark & Co, Newcastle on Tyne
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1997 net, 3091 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-3, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-5, 1881-NA, 1882-4, 1883-6, 1884-3, 1886-0, 1887-3, 1888-3, 1889-0, 1890-3, 1891-4, 1892-4
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1876 Ed. Baynton; 1877-83 William Bainbridge (1880 also A.M. Hewitt); 1884 E.T. Jones; 1887-8 R.A. Leigh, Fawley; 1890, 1892 G.M. Moloney, Carlton Road
Voyages: 1876-83 Cape mail service; 1884 Liverpool, Bermuda, Baltimore, Liverpool, Bermuda, Newport (Virginia), Liverpool, Bermuda, Baltimore, Liverpool; 1887 Mozambique; 1888-92 S. Africa
Sunk off Lisbon 1892

NUMBER ONE (No. 1) Reg No 13760  DCrew/13760  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861 (cancelled 1863 when converted to coal hulk
Built 1853 at Quebec
Sail
255 tons
Crew lists: 1863-3, 1864-2, 1866-3
Owner: John Golden, Brighton
Master: 1864-4 Laurence Smith, Rouen; 1866 Samuel Stracey, N. Shields
Voyages: coastal, mainly between Newcastle and Rouen

NYANZA Reg No 50137  DCrew/50137  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1863, 1864, Southampton 1873
Built 1864 at Blackwall by Thames Ironwork and Shipbuilding Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons (1873) 1481 net, 2082 gross
Crew lists: 1866-4, 1867-9, 1868-10, 1869-10, 1870-10, 1871-12, 1872-2, ---- 1876-4, 1877-4, 1878-5, 1879-2, 1880-5
Owner: P & O Company; bought by Union S.S. Co. 1873
Master: 1866 John Weeks, West End; William Angrove, Millbrook; 1867 William Curling; 1868 Weeks, A. Lockie; Jas. Babot, Ollerton House, Southampton; 1869-70 G.D. Babot, Jn. Weeks; 1871 J.C. Almond, T. Beasley; 1872 Beasley; 1876 H.S. Warleigh; 1877 Warleigh, Hy. Ballard; 1878-80 Hy. Ballard
Voyages: 1866-72 Mediterranean mail service; 1876-80 Cape mail service
Sold to Sultan of Zanzibar 1880

NYANZA Reg No 73907  DCrew/73907  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894, transferred from Banff
Built 1876 at Kingston - on - Spey, Morayshire
Sail
231 tons
Crew lists: 1896-2
Owner: R.S. Pearce, 20 Terminus Terrace, Southampton
Master: Henry Lannon, 101 Gordon Avenue, Southampton
Voyages: coastal - Southampton, Hartlepool, Sunderland sunk in collision 1896

OAK Reg No 13112  DCrew/13112  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1844
54 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2
Owner: B. Lean, Southampton, then 1864 John Chalk, Canal Path, Landport
Master: John Chalk, Southampton
Voyages: 1863 mainly Cardiff to Waterford, also Padstow etc; 1864 South coast ports

OAK APPLE Reg No 47987  DCrew/47987  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built 1858 at Lymington
Sail
20 tons
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-0, 1881-1
Owner: George W. Charlwood, Tooting, London; 1870 H.E. Hole, Quorn Lodge, Loughborough; 1876 W.B. Paget, Southfield, Loughborough
Master: 1869-70 as owner; 1871 George Dowman, Shoreham; 1876 J.W. Copeland; 1877-81 Hy. Thompson, Itchen Ferry
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Frenchman 1890

OAKFIELD Reg No 86344  DCrew/86344  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884
Built Southampton by Oswald Mordaunt & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1123 net, 1748 gross
Crew lists: 1884-3
Owner: Joseph Brown, Castle Street, Liverpool
Master: Hugh Ferguson
Voyages: Dunkirk, Port Said, Singapore, Saigon, Nagasaki transferred to Liverpool 1884

OAKLANDS Reg No 44886  DCrew/44886  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1863 at Portsmouth
Sail
15 tons
Crew lists: 1872-1
Owner: Chas & George Molland, blockmakers
Master: Robert Young, Fareham
Voyages: trading within I.W.
Broken up 1875

OBERON Reg No 92049  DCrew/92049  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1887
Built Northam by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 74 net, 109 gross
Crew lists: 1889-1, 1890-2, 1891-1, 1892-2, ---- 1900-2
Owner: 1889-91 Major Shuttleworth, Biggleswade; 1892, 1900 Major T. Bott, London
Master: 1889-91 Henry Barlow; 1892 William Warrington; 1900 Charles Downer, Parsonage Road, Southampton and George Chambers, E. Cowes
Voyages: cruising sold to foreigner 1924

ODALIQUE Reg No 15273  DCrew/15273  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from Poole
Built 1856 at Dublin
Sail
31 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-1
Owner; George James Ridgeway; 1869 Col. Verner, Steephill Castle, Ventnor, I.W.
Master: G. Bell Lane, Layland Street
Voyages: 1869 pleasure
Transferred to Dublin 1874

OLIVIA Reg No 87,651  DCrew/87,651  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1907 (Glasgow 1883, them foreign)
Built 1883 Glasgow
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 41 net, 83 gross
Crew lists: 1908-2, 1909-0, 1910-1
Owner: 1908 Duncan McCullock, Surrey; 1910 J. Borthwick
Master: 1908 M. Rood; 1910 John Robertson
Voyages: on U,K coast broken up 1826

ONDINE Reg No 21,853  DCrew/21,853  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built at Lymington by George Inman
Sail
48 ton
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-1, ----- 1874-2, 1876-NA, 1877-2, ----- 1880-1, 1881-1, 1882-0, 1883-2
Owner: Robert Wellesley, Strand, Ryde, I.W; 1877 W. Orr Ewing; 1880-3 J.H. Cleeton, London
Master: Robert Spraggs, Bembridge, I.W; 1877 William McGibben, Helensburgh; 1880-1 David Kirkaldie, Jun, Ramsgate; 1883 F. Kennett, Ramsgate
Voyages: Cruising
Sold to American 1886

ONEIDA Reg No 7416  DCrew/7416  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1858
Steam
Reg. tons 1372 net, 2293 gross
Crew lists: 1864-7, 1866-7, 1867-6, 1868-4, 1869-8, 1870-10, 1871-11
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: T.A. Bevis and P.M. Wolcott; 1867 E.M.Leeds; 1868 Fredk. Reeks; 1870 Reeks, Henry Box; 1871 Box, W.W. Herbert
Voyages: mail service, Southampton to Brazil

OPAL Reg No 56133  DCrew/56133  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867
Built Poole
Sail
34 tons
Crew lists: 1878-2, 1879-1, ---- 1887-1, 1888-1, 1889-0, 1890-1, 1891-NA, 1892-1
Owner: 1878, 1892 Henry Willis, Rotunda Organ Works, Camden Town (Rochester Terrace, London)
Master: 1878, 1887 Charles Moon, 84 St. Vincents Street, Southsea; 1888-92 as owner
Voyages: cruising
Transferred to Lerwick 1905

ORINOCO Reg No 91972  DCrew/91972  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1886
Steam
Reg. Tons 2451 net, 4571 gross
Crew lists: 1887-5, 1888-7, 1889-5, 1890-5, 1891-NA, 1892-5, 1893-5, 1894-5, 1896-6, 1897-8, 1898-5, 1899-5, 1900-5, 1901-6, 1902-6, 1903-NA, 1904-10, 1906-13, 1907-7, 1908-8, 1909-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company; 1909 R.M. then Forth Shipbreaking Co;
Master: 1887-90 Jellicoe; 1892-7 W. Gillies; 1898 T.D. Constantine, W.H. Owen, A.C. Farmer; 1899 Farmer; 1900 Farmer, Herbert Davies; 1901 Davies, W.A.G. Copp; 1902 Farmer, H.W. Doughty; 1904 Doughty; 1906 J.M.R. Prince; 1909 J.G.K. Cheret, then E.J. Cotton for Forth Co.
Voyages: Europe, W. Indies

OROTAVA Reg No 96348  DCrew/96348  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1889
Steam
Reg. tons 3316 net, 5850 gross
Crew lists: 1902-1, 1906-4, 1907-4, 1908-3, 1909-3, 1910-3, 1911-NA, 1912-NA, 1913-7
Owner: 1902 Pacific Steam Navigation Co; Liverpool; 1906 Oriental Royal Mail Co. (also F. Green & Co, F.G. Alcock - agents?), then Royal Mail Company
Master: 1902, 1906 Hy. Collins; 1907 W.J. Jenks; 1908 Jenks, W.J. Dagnall; 1909 S.W.V. Plunkett; 1910 Dagnall; 1913 R. Haynes
Voyages: 1902 Cape Town; 1906-9 Australia; 1910, 1913 Jamaica

OROYA Reg No 93712  DCrew/93712  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1887
Steam
Reg. tons 6297
Crew lists: 1906-3, 1907-NA, 1908-11
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1906 Walter Parker; 1908 Chas. F. Laws
Voyages: 1908 W. Indies

ORTONA (later ARCADIAN) Reg No 110613  DCrew/110613  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1899
Steam
Reg. tons 7945
Crew lists: 1902-9, 1903-16, 1904-4, 1906-3, 1907-6, 1908-7, 1909-5, 1910-3
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1902, 1904 Robert Fletcher; 1907-9 Henry Collins; 1910 Chas F. Laws
Voyages: 1908-9 Australia; 1910 W. Indies

ORUBA Reg No 96310  DCrew/96310  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1889
Reg. tons 5737
Crew lists: 1909-4, 1910-10, 1911-8, 1912-NA, 1913-10
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1909-11, 1913 C.P. Langmald
Voyages: W. Indies

OXENHOLME (formerly ALLEMANNIA) Reg No 84105  DCrew/84105  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1881
Built Southampton 1865 for Hamburg America Line
Steam
Reg. tons 1713 net, 2665 gross
Crew lists: 1881-3, 1882-6, 1883-7, 1884-5
Owner: 1881 William Hunter & Co. Liverpool; 1884 T. Harding, Liverpool
Master: 1881 William Thos. Worthington, W. McFee; 1882 W. McFee Nicholas Browse; 1884 W.G. Williams
Voyages: 1881 Liverpool to Montreal and Boston; 1882 Liverpool to New York etc. 1883-4 Liverpool to Montreal

PAKEHA Reg No 97215  DCrew/97215  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Steam
Crew lists: 1893-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion
Master: Thos. Moffatt
Voyages: New Zealand

PAKEHA Reg No 131759  DCrew/131759  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1910
Built Belfast by Harland & Wolff
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 5041 net, 7910 gross
Crew lists: 1913-5
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion
Master: F.H. Chudley
Voyages: Australia and New Zealand

PALLION Reg No 18681  DCrew/18681  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881, transferred from Sunderland
Built 1857 at Sunderland
Sail
Reg. tons 241
Crew lists: 1881-3, 1882-1
Owner: 1881 John Crossby, Sunderland, then George Ridges, Brittannia Wharf, Southampton; 1882 G. Ridges
Master: Joseph Lamb, Sunderland, then George Smith, Bitterne; 1882 G. Smith
Voyages: 1881 Sunderland to Iverness, Dundee, Rotterdam; Nov-Dec. Sunderland to Southampton; 1882 Southampton, Sunderland Newcastle
Wrecked 1882

PALMYRA Reg No 44910  DCrew/44910  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Sail
69 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-1, 1867-1
Owner: 1864 David Pullen, 58 Bevois Street, Southampton; (Dec) Chas, Molland, blockmaker, 74 Bevois Street, Southampton
Master: David Pullen 58 Bevois Street, Southampton; 1867 James Kent, Freemantle
Voyages: coastal to Co. Durham, E.& S. coasts, Ireland, S. Wales, Channel Islands, Dunkirk; 1866 Plymouth, Rotterdam, ? Hepping, Sunderland, Southampton; 1867 sailing from Waterford in January, wrecked at Mount Batten, Plymouth and all hands lost

PARA (formerly PUNO) Reg No 69255  DCrew/69255  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1875
Steam
Reg. tons (1877) 2406 net, 3805 gross
Crew lists: 1876-3, 1877-6, 1878-3, 1879-7, 1880-3, 1881-6, 1882-6, 1883-9, 1884-5, 1886-5, 1887-8, 1888-5, 1889-4, 1890-1, 1891-5, 1892-NA, 1893-6, 1894-NA, 1896-5, 1897-5, 1898-2, 1899-8, 1900-7, 1901-NA, 1902-NA, 1903-3
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1876 W.W. Herbert; 1877 Herbert, James Hull; 1878 Hull; 1879 James Muir; 1880 Muir, J. Bruce; 1881 Bruce; 1882 Bruce, Herbert, Douglas Spooner; 1883 Spooner; 1884 Bruce, Muir, T. Brown; 1886-7 Bruce; 1886 J. Brander, L.R. Dickinson; 1889 Brander; 1890-1 J.H. Jellicoe; 1893 B.G. Armstrong; 1896-7 W.H. Milner; 1898-1900 W.A.G. Copp
Voyages: W. Indies, S. America

PARADOX Reg No 97356  DCrew/97356  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1900, transferred from Cowes
Built 1889 at Eastbourne
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 41 net, 61 gross
Crew lists: 1902-1, ----- 1907-2, 1908-1
Owner: 1902 F.W.L. Popham, Southampton; 1907-8 Walter J.Jackson, Hythe (then Ipswich)
Master: 1902 Robert Harris, Gorlston; 1907-8 as owner
Voyages: 1902 herring fishing off E. coast; 1907 Ipswich, Channel Islands, Harwich, Portsmouth; 1908 laid up
Transferred to Ipswich 1909

PARANA Reg No 25,152  DCrew/25,152  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854, 1868
Steam
Reg. tons 1720 (1868 - 2730 - gross?)
Crew lists: 1863-5, 1864-7, 1868-2
Owner: ? Royal Mail Company
Master: John H. Jellicoe, Southampton; 1868 George E. Parkes, Southampton
Voyages: 1863-4 S. America mail service; 1868 W. Indies

PEACE Reg No 28700  DCrew/28700  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, transferred from Cowes
Sail
15 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-NA, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-1, 1879-2, ---- 1883-2, 1884-1, 1886-0, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-0, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-1, 1896-2
Owner: Charles and George Molland, blockmakers; 1873 Adolphus C. Harvey, W. Cowes; 1879 A. White, W. Cowes; 1883 J. Rowe, Lepe; 1887 George Widger, Britannia Wharf, Southampton
Voyages: 1867-72 John Cole, Bevois Street, Southampton; 1873 Harvey Libter, Locks Green, I.W; 1874 Samuel Gubbins, Cowes; 1877-8 J. Prince, W. Cowes; 1879 Jn. Barratt, W. Cowes; 1884, 1887-9 J. Cole; 1890 J. Bayley, Chapel; 1892-6 J. Price Northam
Voyages: 1867-92 Southampton, Portsmouth, I.W.; 1873 (July-Dec) Cowes to Ryde with coals, Langstone for ballast, Paulsgrove for chalk for Medina Mills, Hurst for shingle for Cowes, Hurst for ballast, Southampton for coals for Steam Packet Company, Cowes to Yarmouth with coals, Cowes to Brading with coals, Cowes to Paulsgrove for chalk 1874 etc. inside I.W.

PEARL Reg No 13,863  DCrew/13,863  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1844
Steam
32 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1866-2
Owner: David Corke, Queens Terrace, Southampton; 1866 Joseph Clark, 18½ High Street, Southampton
Master: William Short, 13 West Gate Street, Southampton; 1866 L.B. Way, Cowes
Voyages: passenger ferry in Solent

PEARL Reg No 44915  DCrew/44915  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built at Hamble
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-0, 1868-1, 1869-2, 1870-NA, 1871-NA, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-1, --- 1878-2, 1879-1, 1880-0, 1881-1
Owner: John Scovell, Hamble
Master: Richard Saunders, Hamble; 1868 William King, Hamble; 1869 John Woods, David Hobden; 1873 D. Hobden; 1878-9 Henry Morey, Hamble; 1881 Edward Jurd, Itchen Ferry
Voyages: fishing trade transferred to Colchester 1884

PEKIN Reg No 65623  DCrew/65623  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1879
Steam
Reg. tons 2098 net, 3777 gross
Crew lists: 1872-6, 1873-3, 1874-NA, 1876-7, 1877-1, 1878-7, 1879-4, 1880-8, 1881-6, 1882-7, 1883-NA, 1884-7, 1886-8, 1887-7, 1888-9, 1889-7, 1890-3, 1891-3, 1892-0, 1893-3, 1894-3, 1896-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1872-9 William Woolcott; 1880 W.M. Robbie, K.D. Anderson; 1881 Anderson; 1882-8 Alfred Symons; 1889-91 P. Harris; 1893 E. Street, George L. Langborne; 1894, 1896 G. Langborne
Voyages: Bombay mail service, Calcutta, Hong Kong

PERA Reg No 4634  DCrew/4634  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1855
Steam
Reg. tons 1202 net, 2119 gross
Crew lists: 1863-9, 1864-2, 1866-10, 1867-10, 1868-6, 1869-12, 1870-10, 1871-10, 1872-4, 1874-3, ------, 1880-3, 1881-2, 1882-3
Owner: P & O Company; 1880 W. Ross, Glasgow
Master: Thos. Jameson, The Firs, Portswood; 1887 A. Coleman, Bellwood Cottage, Portswood; 1868 Andrew Lockie, Kent Villa, Southampton; 1869 W.C. Angove, then Thos Jamieson 1870 John C. Almond, Cranbury Terrace; 1871 John Rogers Cumberland Place, Southampton; 1872 Rogers, N.W. Haselwood; 1874 Robert Methuen; 1880 George Hyde, Robert Tapper; 1881 Jas. F. Leggett; 1882 J.D. Christie
Voyages: mail service to Mediterranean; 1880 Bombay; Montreal; 1881-2 Quebec, Montreal and other N. American ports

PERI Reg No 39064  DCrew/39064  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879, transferred from Salcombe
Built 1848 at Prince Edward Islands, N.B.
Sail
58 tons
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2
Owner: Scovell's Hamble Fisheries Co. Ltd; Hamble
Master: John Argeat, Salcombe; 1880 same and James Wood, Hamble
Voyages: fishing

PESHAWUR Reg No 65641  DCrew/65641  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock
Steam
Reg. tons (1877) 2103 net, 3782 gross
Crew lists: 1873-3, 1874-11, 1876-4, 1877-7, 1878-6, 1879-3, 1880-2, 1881-4, 1882-6, 1883-NA, 1884-8, 1886-4, 1887-8, 1888-7, 1889-6, 1890-2, 1891-4, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-NA, 1896-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1873-9 Charles A. White; 1880 D. Rennoldson; 1881-4 E.J. Baker; 1886-92 L.A. Moule; 1893 J.H. Jepham; 1896 Francis Cole, Bombay
Voyages: India, China, Australia, N. Zealand

PET Reg No 13,925  DCrew/13,925  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1839
176 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2
Owner: James Long, 80/81 High Street, Southampton
Master: James Cooper, 2 Briton Street, Southampton
Voyages: Southampton to Shields

PETEREL Reg No 113,349  DCrew/113,349  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1901
Built 1896 Southampton by J. Foote
Dumb barge
36 tons
Crew lists: 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: 1910 Chas. Kendall, Chapel Wharf, Southampton; 1911-2 E. James; 1913 R.E.V. James
Master: as owner (no Crew on board)
Voyages: dumb barge, Solent area

PETRONILLA Reg No 94509  DCrew/94509  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1888
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay & Co.
Sail, yacht
47 tons
Crew lists: 1888-2, ----- 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-1, 1907-1, 1908-NA, 1909-1
Owner: 1888 Lord Dunraven, London; 1900-9 A. Lee Hogg, Londonderry
Master: 1888 D. Diaper, Itchen and R. Gomes, Southsea; 1900-4 John Macinnes; 1906-9 Peter Stewart
Voyages: cruising

PHOENIX Reg No 11389  DCrew/11389  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856, 1861
Built 1854 at Northam by Money Wigram and Sons
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 30 net, 70 gross
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-1
Owner: Southampton Steam Towing Co; 1878 E.A. Andrews
Master: 1867 William Cockett, 23 Marine Parade, Southampton; 1871 William Cockett, them Francis Greenaway
Voyages: towing; 1873-4 converted to barge; 1876-8 employed as barge

PILGRIM (Changed to YLGA 1900) Reg No 44903  DCrew/44903  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862 at Lymington
Sail (schooner), yacht
Reg. tons 66 net, (1887 - 70)
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-0, 1874-2, 1876-1, 1877-0, 1878-3, 1879-1, 1880-2, -------, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-3
Owner: 1872 Viscount Ranelagh; 1880 Jasper M. Richardson, London; 1888-93 C. Van Raalte, Hyde Park, London
Master: 1872 Oliver Andrews, 36 High Street, Lymington; 1874 H. Wimmick, Lymington; 1876-80 Alfred Blake, Lymington; 1888-93 Joseph A. Harlow, Wivenhoe
Voyages: cruising
Transferred to Glasgow 1904

PILOT Reg No 13264  DCrew/13264  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, transferred from Cowes
Sail
18 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-1, 1869-2, 1871-2, 1873-1, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2
Owner: Charles Denham, senior, Yarmouth; 1867 Jas. Denham, St, James Square, Yarmouth, I.W.
Master: 1866 as owner; 1867-83 Chas. Denham, Yarmouth (1871 also John Chambers)
Voyages: 1866-7 I.W. and Solent; 1868 Newport with oats, Bembridge to Newport with Stone, Swanage to Keyhaven with stone; 1869 Yarmouth, Brading, Newport, Cowes, Southampton, with general goods; 1871 Brading, Portsmouth, Swanage, Yarmouth with stone and general goods; 1873 (wheat) Poole - St. Helens, (furniture) Southampton - Yarmouth, (wheat) Poole - Yarmouth, (stone) Poole - Fareham, (stone) Swanage - Brading, (pipes) Poole - Brading (4 times), (barley) Lymington - Yarmouth, (wheat) Poole - Yarmouth, (wheat) Weymouth - Yarmouth, (wheat) Poole - Yarmouth (3 times), (stone) Swanage - Brading; 1879 Portsmouth Yarmouth; 1881-3 coasting trade

PIONEER Reg. no 27,362  DCrew/27,362  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built at North Shields
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 12 net, 52 gross
Crew lists: 1868-1
Owner: J.I. Leather, Leathernthorpe Hall, Leeds
Master: J. Norster, Gosport
Voyages: used as tug between Stokes Bay, Spithead forts and Portsmouth Dockyard
Transferred to Portsmouth 1872

PLASSY Reg No 109259  DCrew/109259  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1900
Steam
Reg. tons 4411 net, 7405 gross
Crew lists: 1903-8, 1904-7, 1906-9, 1907-0, 1908-4, 1909-3, 1910-1, 1911-3, 1912-3, 1913-6
Owner: P. & O Company
Master: C.M. Preston; 1904 M.A. Hampton; 1906 Edward R. Dowell, F. Simmonds (?); 1908 F. Notley; 1912 J.D. Andrews, S. Finch, F.E. Andrews; 1913 F.E. Andrews
Voyages: 1906, 1908 Bombay, troop carrying; 1913 Indian trooping, also "Special work connected with naval manoeuvres"

PLEIADES Reg No 63509  DCrew/63509  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built 1869 at Dumbarton
Sail
Reg. tons. 997 net, 1019 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-1, 1879-1, 1880-2, 1881-1, 1882-1, 1883-1, 1884-1, 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1, 1891-2, 1892-1, 1893-2, 1894-NA, 1896-1, 1897-1, 1898-1, 1899-3
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: 1876 Llewillen Davis; 1877-87 W. Setten, Exmouth, Devon; 1890-9 Alfred Morton
Voyages: Australia, New Zealand lost off Akitio, New Zealand 1899

PLEIONE Reg No 72369  DCrew/72369  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built Glasgow by A. Stephens & Sons
Sail
Reg. tons 1091 net, 1139 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-0, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-1, 1883-1, 1884-1, 1886-1, 1887-1, ------, 1891-3, 1892-0, 1893-1, 1894-1, 1896-1, ------, 1899-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Co.
Master: 1876-87 Chas. H. Renant; 1891-7 Alfred H. Sargent 1899 Thomas Burton
Voyages: Australia, New Zealand
Sold to foreigner 1899

PLOUSSA Reg No 119711  DCrew/119711  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1905
Built Leith
Steam, screw
Reg. ton 517 net, 986 gross
Crew lists: 1906-2, 1907-3, 1908-4, 1909-4, 1910-1, 1911-3, 1912-2
Owner: Thomas Cowan
Master: S. Wallace; 1912 David Bremner
Voyages: home trade
Transferred to Belfast 1916

POONAH Reg No 45786  DCrew/45786  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1863, Sunderland 1875
Steam
Reg. tons 1477 net, 2152 gross
Crew lists: 1863-7, 1864-6, 1866-5, 1867-4, 1868-8, 1869-10, 1870-10, 1871-12, 1872-12, 1873-9, 1874-5, 1876-4, 1877-5, 1878-0, 1879-6, 1880-6, 1881-5, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-5, 1886-4
Owner: P & O Company
Master: James S. Field, Portswood Park, Southampton; 1866 W. Curling, Southampton; 1867 J.R. Kellock, Shirley and W. Curling; 1868 Kellock; Alfred Coleman, 3 Cliff Terrace, Southampton; Robert Methuen, Southampton; 1870 Nathaniel Hazelwood, Rothsay Villa, Portswood; 1871 Haselwood, Methuen; A.V. Lockie, Kent Villa, Portswood; 1872 Methuen; 1873 G.N. Hector; 1876 W.E. Angove; 1879 Angove, J.B. Chapman, C.J. Perrins, Julius Orman; 1880 Perrins, E. Stewart; 1881 Perrins; 1882 Orman, Chapman; 1883 Orman; 1884 James S. Parfitt
Voyages: 1863-73 Alexandria mail service; 1874-7 India mail service; 1879-84 Australia

PORTIA Reg No 119740  DCrew/119740  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
Built Birkenhead by Cammel, Laird & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 189 net, 432 gross
Crew lists: 1907-1, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1910-1, 1911-1, 1912-1
Owner: H.A. Foster
Master: W.S. Newman
Voyages: cruising
Sold to American 1923

PRETORIA Reg No 76844  DCrew/76844  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878
Built Dumbarton by Denny & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2040 net, 3198 gross
Crew lists: 1879-4, 1880-3, 1881-5, 1882-7, 1883-6, 1884-2, 1886-3, 1887-6, 1888-2, 1889-3, 1890-4, 1891-NA, 1892-3, 1893-4, 1894-4, 1896-4, 1897-4, 1898-NA, 1899-3, 1900-3, 1901-1, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-4, 1906-4, 1907-5
Owner: Union Steamship Co; 1907 Quebec Steam Ship Co
Master: 1879-80 George Larmer; 1881 Larmer, H. Travers; 1882 Travers, William Bainbridge, E.W. Griffin; 1883-7 W. Bainbridge; 1888 H. Owen; 1889 F.J. Symons, "Mexico", Woolston; Henry Owen, Lansdowne House, Southampton; 1892, 1894 R. Reynolds; 1896 John W. Hagues, Bernard Copp, George W Armstrong; 1897 D. Richards, J.W. McKenzie; 1901-6 McKenzie
Voyages: 1879-96 Cape mail service; 1906 N. York, Boston, W. Indies
Transferred to London 1907

PRIDE Reg No 62224  DCrew/62224  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built Southampton by John Foot
Sail
32 tons
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-3, 1873-2, 1874-3
Owner: George Parsons, Judges Arms, High Street, Southampton
Master: Stephen Simmonds, Back of Infirmary, Tanners Town Chichester; 1872 George Parsons; 1873 G. Parsons, Charles Parsons, Brighton
Voyages: 1870 Southampton - Chichester (4 times); 1871 Poole, Southampton, London, Truro, Barnstaple (coal and ballast); 1872 Poole, London, Sandwich, Plymouth, Penryn, Chatham, Plymouth, Southampton, London, Bristol, Southampton, Lowestoft; Hartlepool - Chichester (3 times), Barfleur, Portsmouth, Havre, Portland, Dullair (?), Portsmouth; 1873 trading between Southampton, Jersey and Bristol Channel (July); London, Exeter, London (general cargo), Newquay (railway sleepers), Barmouth (ballast), Aberdeen (slates), Yarmouth, Leith, London (Potatoes) Dunkirk (wheat), London (Potatoes), Kirkudbright (guano); 1874 London, Kirkudbright, Workington, London, Dunbar, Montrose, Southampton, Honfleur, Havre, Portsmouth, Southampton, Beaulieu, Leith, Southampton, Alloa, Carentan, Exeter, Rouen, Portsmouth, Havre, St. Malo, London, Rouen, Portsmouth, Havre, St. Malo, London lost on voyage from Sunderland 1875

PRIDE OF THE SOUTH Reg No 29881  DCrew/29881  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built at Southampton
Sail
131 tons
Crew lists: 1864-3, 1866-1
Owner: George Lungley, Spear Hall, Southampton, Shipowner
Master: 1864 W.H. Dashper, Millbrook; 1866 George White, 19 Grosvenor Street, Portsmouth
Voyages: 1864 Nassau, W. Indies; Cardiff, Cadiz; Liverpool and St. Johns, Newfoundland; 1866 London - St. Helens - Pernambuco- ? - Greenock transferred to Portsmouth 1867

PRIMROSE Reg No 86347  DCrew/86347  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884
Built 1883 Southampton by Payne & Sons
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 33 net, 48 gross
Crew lists: 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2
Owner: 1888 F. Shuttleworth, Biggleswade; 1891 J.G. Leach, London
Master: 1888 A.H.H. Osmond, 1890-1 W.M. Darlington, Plymouth
Voyages: cruising
Transferred to Port Glasgow 1884

PRIMROSE Reg No 92032  DCrew/92032  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886
Built Southampton by John Ransom
Sail
Reg. tons 104 net, 113 gross
Crew lists: 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-1, 1891-1, 1892-0, 1893-1, 1894-NA, 1896-0, 1897-1, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-4, 1901-3, 1902-3, 1903-3, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-1, 1908-3, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: J. Dible & Sons; 1909-12 John Gordon
Master: 1886-90 Alfr. Jn. Hitchins, Southampton; 1891-3 Stephen Trew; 1897 R.E. Bray; 1899-1901 R. Thornton, Southampton; 1902-4 R.H. Fitzwalter; 1909-12 James Mackintosh
Voyages: 1886-7 Mediterranean; 1888 Cardiff to Cadiz; 1889 laid up; 1890 Newfoundland; 1891 Goole, Cadiz, Newfoundland, North Sidney (Nova Scotia), Malaga, Cadiz, Rio Grande du Sul, Havre, Bristol; 1893 Bristol, Lisbon, Malaga, Havre, Maracaibo; 1894 coastal; 1908 Goole, Gibraltar; 1911-12 coastal
Sunk by submarine 1917

PRINCE LEOPOLD Reg No 72361  DCrew/72361  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, 1888
Built Glasgow by Barclay & Co; engines by same
Steam, Paddle
Reg. tons 113 net, 195 gross
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-0, (1880-91 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360) ----- 1904-1
Owner: Southampton, I.W. & S. of Eng. Company
Master: 1876 John S. Beasley; 1878 James Short; (1880-91 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360); 1904 F. Moore
Voyages: Solent etc, with passengers sold 1905, transferred to Liverpool 1907

PRINCE OF WALES Reg No 98850  DCrew/98850  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891
Built Southampton by Southampton Naval Works Ltd
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 111 net, 279 gross
Crew lists: (1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360) ---- 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-NA, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S. of Eng. Company
Master: (1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360); 1906-10 H. Bartlett: 1911 W. Dennis; 1912-13 T.J. Grant
Voyages: Solent etc. with passengers broken up 1939

PRINCESS BEATRICE Reg No 82408  DCrew/82408  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1880
Built Glasgow by Barclay & Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 124 net, 220 gross (1890-99 net, 252 gross)
Crew lists: (1880-1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360), 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-NA
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S. of Eng. Company
Master: (1880-91 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360); 1906-12 Joseph Vaughan
Voyages: Solent and surrounding area with passengers broken up 1934

PRINCESS ENA Reg No 119743  DCrew/119743  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
Built Dundee by Gourlay Bros
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 521 net, 1202 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1
Owner: L.S.W. Railway Co.
Master: John McGlashan
Voyages: caught fire and sank 1935

PRINCESS HELENA Reg No 86341  DCrew/86341  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883
Built Glasgow by Barclay & Co.
Steam. paddle
Reg. tons 97 net, 245 gross
Crew lists: (1883-1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360), 1891-2, --------, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S. of Eng. Company
Master: (1883-1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360), 1891 Thos. W. Gandy; 1906-8 William Hewlett; 1909-11 Thos. Gandy; 1912-13 Alfred Langton
Voyages: Solent and surrounding area with passengers

PRINCESS HELENA Reg No 121226  DCrew/121226  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1905
Steam
Reg. tons 246 net, 733 gross
Crew lists: 1906-3, 1907-4, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-3, 1911-3, 1912-1
Owner: M. Langlands
Master: John Colliston; 1908-10 William Mackenzie; 1911-12 Edward Taylor; 1913 William Jones
Voyages: coastal trade

PRINCESS LOUISE (no reg. number)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
(No registration)
Crew lists: 1871-1
Owner: David Corke, Bugle Street, Southampton
Master: James Chambers, Cowes, I.W.
Voyages: passenger ferry between E.&.W. Cowes

PRINCESS MARY Reg No 131780  DCrew/131780  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1911
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam. Paddle
Reg. tons 129 net, 326 gross
Crew lists: 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S.E. R.M.S.P. Co. (L.J. Wilkins)
Master: J.W. Gaundy
Voyages: passenger traffic; lost in Mediterranean 1919

PRINCESS ROYAL Reg No 22533  DCrew/22533  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built Redbridge by Charles Payne
Sail
26 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-1, 1896-NA, 1897-NA, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-0, 1901-NA, 1902-1, 1903-1
Owner: 1863-99 James Prince, Southampton; 1898 Jas. Prince, G. Widger; 1902-3 G. Widger
Master: 1863-99 as owner; 1898, 1902-3 G. Pullinger
Voyages: between Southampton, Portsmouth & I.W.
Vessel lost 1903

PRINCESS ROYAL Reg No 52972  DCrew/52972  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1882, transferred from Stornaway
Built 1841 at Greenock
Sail
56 tons
Crew lists: 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-NA, 1889-9, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-3, 1894-2
Owner: 1882 Meyrick Bankes, Letterewe, Ross; 1883 - 94 James Lock, Warsash
Master: 1882 John Chissell, Warsash; 1883 J. Woods, Warsash; 1884-9 S. Spencer; 1890 William Spencer, Warsash; 1891 Richard Mason, Southwick, Sussex; Edward Pewter, Sholing; 1892 Pewter; 1893-4 Mason
Voyages: 1882 Liverpool to Southampton; 1883 laid up; 1884 fishing vessel, laid up; 1887 Lobster fishing off coast of Ireland and oyster fishing N. Sea, 1891 N. Sea oyster dredging, and for escallops in Havre Bay, laid up for repair May - June, lobster fishing off coast of Ireland and oyster dredging in N. Sea; 1892-4 similar transferred to Shoreham 1895

PRINCESS ROYAL Reg No 119739  DCrew/119739  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906, 1908
Built Woolston by J.I. Thorneycroft & Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 151 net, 428 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1
Owner: Southampton I W. and S of E. R.M.S.P. Co.
Master: Albert Goldsmith
Voyages: --------
Transferred to Weymouth 1908

PROBLEM Reg No 26834  DCrew/26834  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865
Built 1858 at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Sail
63 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-NA, 1868-1, 1869-3, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-2, 1876-3, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2
Owner: J. Blatch, Southampton; 1870 John Horn, 19 Richmond Place, Southampton; 1871 Thos. Hill, then John Horn; 1873 John Cole, Cardiff; 1878 Denis Nolan, Skibberean, 1881 Nolan, Jeremiah McCarlty
Master: Henry Wheeler, 11 Prospect Road, Portsea; 1869 William Swain, Southampton; 1870 Chas. Primmer, 8 Dock Terrace; 1873 T. Carpenter, Ilfracombe; 1874 Richard Hookeway; 1876 Thos. Carpenter, Minehead; 1878-81 D. Nolan
Voyages: 1866, 1868 Coastal; 1869 laid up to April; Le Havre then coastal with ballast; 1870 coastal; 1871 Plymouth, Southampton, Gloucester, Poole, Totnes, Dublin, Portsmouth; 1872 Newcastle, Bursledon, Cardiff, Cork, Redbridge, Bristol, Cardiff, Falmouth; 1873 Falmouth, Cardiff, New Ross, Gloucester, Cardiff, Waterford, Swansea, Hayle, Cardiff, Sidmouth, Teignmouth, Bristol, Cardiff; 1874-81 similar
Transferred to Skibberean 1881.

PROSPERITY Reg No 22348  DCrew/22348  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built 1833 at Fareham
Sail
20 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2
Owner: John Beavis, 84 High Street, Southampton or Totnes, Devon; 1867 John Barnes, Southampton; 1871 Charles Molland; 1871 E. Ashby
Master: John Barnett, 24 Melbourne Street, Southampton; 1870 Barnett, then James Baker, Millbank Street; 1871-4 Edward Cole, 22 North Front, Southampton then 20 Trinity Road; 1878-9 George Duval
Voyages: 1864 Southampton, Dartmouth, Totnes, Torquay; 1866 8 voyages Southampton to Dartmouth; 1867 Portsmouth, Plymouth; 1868 Totnes, Portsmouth; 1869 8 voyages to Totnes; 1870 4 voyages to Totnes and trading inside I.W. 1871-9 Portsmouth and I.W.

PROTEUS Reg No 26281  DCrew/26281  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, transferred from Ipswich
Sail
194 tons (212?)
Crew lists: 1864-3, 1866-2, 1867-0, 1868-4,
Owner: George Mason, 6 College Street, Ipswich; then George Street, 14 Hanover Buildings, Southampton; 1868 Timothy Cassan, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford
Master: Henry Meck, Ipswich; William Swain, Rosaville, Woolston; John Lewis, Myrtle Cottage, Southampton; 1868 Thos. Grady, Dungarvan
Voyages: 1864 Ipswich, Shields, Bordeaux, Seaham, Hartlepool, Llanelly; Baltic to Finland, Bothnia, Riga; 1866 Southampton. Swansea, Dieppe, Swansea, Honfleur, Hartlepool, Southampton to Sunderland (3 times), "wrecked" in Dungawan Bay, Ireland, Jan 1867; 1868 Mediterranean, Black Sea, N. America and coastal trade Cardiff to Waterford
Transferred to Waterford 1868

PROVIDENCE Reg No 56128  DCrew/56128  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, 1869
Built 1833
Sail
16 tons (1870 - 18)
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-1
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble
Master: John West, Warsash; 1872 West and George Bull, Hamble 1873 G. Bull
Voyages: fishing trade
Lost 1874

PURVEYOR Reg No 13927  DCrew/13927  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1836, 1868
Built 1810 in Southampton
Sail
39 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-3, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-NA, 1876-2, 1877-2, ------1880-3, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-3, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-NA, 1894-2, ----- 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, ---- 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1909-2, 1910-2 1911-2
Owner: Francis Spencer Masters, Swanage; 1870 Thos, Masters, Swanage; 1880 William Maynard, Bude; 1883-99 N.H. Tregaskis, Bude; 1901-11 Sidney Leonard, Bideford
Master: Walter Masters, Swanage; 1867 William Masters, Poole; 1870 Walter Masters, Swanage; 1880-2 Edward Maynard, Bude; 1883 Maynard and Samuel Rowland, Bude; 1884-90 Hy. Rooke; 1891 Hy. Rooke, William Moyford, Bude; William H. Cook, Bude; 1892-9 W. Cook; 1900-11 William Gregory, Appledore
Voyages: 1863, 1866 Swanage; 1867 Swanage, Portland, Plymouth, Southampton; 1868 Poole, Swanage, London with general goods; 1 voyage London to Dieppe with cement; 1869 Rochester, Havre, London, Southampton, Swanage, Cowes, Ryde, Fareham; 1870 Poole, London, Plymouth; 1871-7 coastal around S. coast; 1880 coastal and Ireland; 1881-90 similar; 1891 laid up Jan - Feb. Bude, Porthcawl, Truro, Port Talbot, Looe, Plymouth, Devoran, Port Talbot, Bude, Newport, Bude, Swansea, Newquay, Swansea, Penrhyn; Port Talbot to Helford (3 times); Port Talbot, Devoran, Port Talbot, Bude, Saundersfoot, Plymouth, Bude, Saundersfoot, Malpas, Plymouth, Bude, Swansea, Bude, Swansea; 1901 trading in Bristol Channel between Bristol, Lydney, Newport, Appledore (32 cargoes) sold foreign 1911, Reregistered 1914

QUEEN Reg No 13865  DCrew/13865  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1848
Steam
Reg. tons 56
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2
Owner: David Corke, Southampton; 1866 Joseph Clarke (Southampton, I.W., S. Eng. R.M.S.Co. 1861-76)
Master: David Corke Jun., 1868 William Short, Southampton; 1869 Robert Davis, Cowes; 1871 Thos. Lacey; 1872 C.P. Lemmon, Middle East Street; 1873 George Bullmore, Lower Canal Walk; Chas. Fellows
Voyages: passenger service Solent area

QUEEN Reg No 114559  DCrew/114559  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton (1902?)
Steam
Reg. tons 106 net, 345 gross
Crew lists: 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: 1907 L.J. Wilkins; 1908 J.J. Burnett (Southampton, I.W. and S.E. R.M.S.P. Co. 1902-38)
Master: 1907-8 J.W. Gandy; 1909-12 William Dennis
Voyages: (passenger traffic)

QUEEN MAB Reg No 98842  DCrew/98842  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891
Built Southampton by Day, Summers & Co.
Steam. screw, yacht
Reg. tons 59 net, 86 gross
Crew lists: 1892-3, 1893-1
Owner: E.N. Wroughton, Brighton; 1893 J.T. Lord
Master: W. Pryer, E. Cowes
Voyages: cruising

QUEEN OF PALMYRA (later WALRUS) Reg No 72359  DCrew/72359  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Steam. screw, yacht
Reg. tons 103 net, 142 gross
Crew lists: 1876-1, ----- 1879-1, 1880-1, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-0, 1886-2, 1887-0, ---- 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, ---- 1907-1, ---- 1911-1, 1912-0, 1913-1
Owner: 1876-94 Marguess of Exeter, Burghley House, Stamford; 1896-1907 W.C.B Stamp, West Brighton, 1911, 1913 Maurice Jenks
Master: 1879-86 William Pryer, E. Cowes; 1887 Cornelius Long; 1896-1907 Benjamin Walford, Rowhedge, Essex; 1911, 1913 George Dowman
Voyages: Cruising

QUERIDA Reg No 17575  DCrew/17575  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881
Built at Fairlie 1857
Sail
23 tons
Crew lists: 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-NA, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-1, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2
Owner: 1881-7 William Nicholls, 12 Gloucester Square; 1888 Jn. Nicholls, Jun, 8 Bugle Street; 1893 - 1906 W. Nicholls
Master: 1881-1904 William Nicholls
Voyages: pilot Service
Broken up 1907

RACER Reg No 9690  DCrew/9690  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built 1850 at Jersey
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1882-1, ------, 1886-1, --------, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-NA, 1896-1, 1897-2, 1898-0, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-0, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1882 Joseph Death, Brightllingsea; 1886-1913 Robert Edwards, Cowes
Master: 1886-1900 Robert Edwards; 1902-3 Richard C. Edwards; 1904 Robert Edwards; 1906 Richard C. Edwards, Warsash
Voyages: fishing on South coast

RAILWAY Reg No 741  DCrew/741  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, transferred from London
Built 1850 at Wivenhoe
Sail
63 tons
Crew lists: 1883-3, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-3, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-3, 1892-1
Owner: Samuel John Street, 3 St. Mary Street, Southampton; 1884-90 Robert Davey, Bristol; 1891-2 B.A. Baker (Baker and Butt) Bristol
Master: 1883 W. Setter, Leith and John Carey, Berwick en Tweed; 1884 Jas. G. Davey; 1891-2 John Addison, Swansea and Edwin Biddle, Bristol
Voyages: 1883 Stettin and Baltic; Southampton, Helmsdale; London, Peterhead; 1884-90 home trade; 1891 Jersey, Ellesmere Port, Mevagissey, Charlestown, Ganville, St. Malo, Newport, Bristol, Guernsey, Jersey, Westonpoint, Newport, Penarth, Bideford, Briton Ferry, London, Southampton, Bristol, Jersey, St. Malo, Bristol, Lydney, Appledore
Sunk in collision

RAVINALA Reg No 51291  DCrew/51291  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred to Cowes 1889
Built at Hamble
Sail
80 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-NA, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-NA, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2
Owner: John Scovell, Hamble
Master: Thos. Martell, Hamble or Warsash; 1888 William Rickman, 210 Shirley Road
Voyages: 1866 (from June 7) Southampton to Sunderland (twice), Southampton, Scilly, Cork?, Littlehampton, Sunderland to Southampton (twice); 1867 Scilly, Newport, Waterford, Sunderland, Falmouth, Chatham, Southampton; 1868 London, Stirling, Berwick, Southampton, Scilly, Swansea, Aberdeen, Sunderland, etc. 1869-88 similar coastal

REAPER Reg No 8758  DCrew/8758  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1848
Sail
64 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, -----, 1871-3, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-3
Owner: John Ransom, Cross House, Southampton
Master: Frederick Tripp, 29 Winchester Street, Southampton; 1866 John Bundey, Portsmouth; 1867 George Burnett, Bevois Street; 1870-71 John King, 22 Clifford Street; 1876 William Adey, 1877 George Barnes; 1878 Solomon Finey, James Road, Southsea
Voyages: 1863 London, Southampton, Dundee, Sunderland; 1864, 1866 Coastal, mainly to Sunderland and Dundee; 1867 Leith, Sunderland, Montrose, Aberdeen, London; 1869-70 coastal; 1871 coastal and Rouen; 1872 Sunderland, Arbroath, Plymouth, Clackmannan, Poole, Falmouth, Chatham, Portsmouth, 1873 voyages Poole, London, Truro, then several Southampton to Sunderland; 1874-8 coastal

REBECCA Reg No 13831  DCrew/13831  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1856
Built 1842 at Plymouth
43 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-NA, 1866-1
Owner: Percival Spencer, Bursledon (drowned when ship sunk)
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1863 Southampton, Plymouth, Jersey, Penzance etc, Sunderland, Truro, Portsmouth
January 1867 lost in Portland Race

RED EAGLE Reg No 94431  DCrew/94431  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1895 (formerly Cowes 1888 then Foreign)
Built 1888 at Leith
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 126 net, 203 gross
Crew lists: 1896-1
Owner: John Sutcliff of Lee, Hebden Bridge, Yorks
Master: Thos. Maddicott, Gosport
Voyages: yachting
Sold to Frenchman 1896

RED LION Reg No 16,149  DCrew/16,149  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built 1856 at North Shields by Thornton and Alman
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 13 net, 56 gross
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-1
Owner: William Grunsell, The Quay, Lymington
Master: 1863 J.H. Cribb, Bath Road, Lymington; 1864 William Hinks, Lymington; 1870 Cribb; 1871 Cribb, Edward Webster; 1872 Webster; 1877 Henry Doe
Voyages: passenger service Lymington to Yarmouth

REHEBOTH Reg No 18631  DCrew/18631  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built 1851 at Sunderland
Sail
164 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-1
Owner: Henry Hayward, Nelson Place, Lymington
Master: William Bond, Seaham; 1867 William Youldon, Sunderland and Neil Bond, Seaham
Voyages: Lymington to Sunderland
Lost off Beachy Head 1868

REINDEER Reg No 44909  DCrew/44909  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built Lymington by George Inman
Sail
39 tons
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1870-NA, 1871-NA, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2
Owner: 1869 George Hunt, Dartmouth; 1872 John F. Bullar, Morval House, Cornwall
Master: 1869 B. Dyer, Dartmouth; 1872 George Edward Carwithen, Lower Compton, Plymouth; 1873 J.F. Buller; 1876 George Carwithen
Voyages: cruising
Transferred to Cowes 1889

RESCUE Reg No 63510  DCrew/63510  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1869
Built Low Walker 1869
Steam
Reg. tons 26 net, 126 gross
Crew lists: 1880-1
Owner: Matthew Brownfield, 171 East India Road, Poplar
Master: William W. Simmons, 1 Bernard Street, Gravesend
Voyages: towing

RESOLUTE Reg No 86332  DCrew/86332  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 253 net, 459 gross
Crew lists: 1883-1
Owner: W.D. Bruce, 8 Champion Park, London
Master: Chas. Cowell Smerdon
Voyages: Southampton to Calcutta via Suez
Transferred to Calcutta 1886

RESOLUTION Reg No 12,173  DCrew/12,173  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton (1863), transferred to London 1864?
Sail, yacht
93 tons
Crew lists: 1862-2, 1864-3
Owner: Duke of Rutland, South Kensington; P.D. Kairn & Co. London
Master: William Watson, Troon; 1864 Thos. Webber, Ipswich
Voyages: 1863 Troon, Gravesend, Cowes, I.W.; 1864 Glasgow to Liverpool, then twice to Terceira

RESULT Reg No 62219  DCrew/62219  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built Harwich by Jas. Husk
Sail
24 tons
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-1, 1884-NA, 1886-1, 1887-0, 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-1
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble; 1886 John Scovell, Hamble
Master: William Robinson, Hamble; 1876 George Bull, Hamble; 1888 James Cooper, Hamble; 1893 George (Bedkoone?)
Voyages: fishing; 1888 fishing Devon and Cornwall; 1891 crab and lobster fishing on W. Coast of England broken up 1900

REVERIE Reg No 49534  DCrew/49534  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, transferred from Cowes
Built 1862 at Greenock
Sail, yacht
24 tons
Crew lists: 1894-1
Owner:------
Master:------
Voyages:------
Transferred to London 1898

RHODA JEMIMA Reg No 5614  DCrew/5614  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
27 tons
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1870-2, 1871-0, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-2, 1876-1, 1877-2
Owner: James Smith, Swanage
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1869 Swanage, Southampton, Plymouth; 1870-3 Southampton, Swanage; 1874 Swanage, Southampton, I.W. with stone; July to December 12 voyages Swanage to Portsmouth, 2 Swanage to Brading, 1 Swanage to Southampton (stone); 1876 stone Portsmouth and Swanage; 1877 Swanage to Poole, Portsmouth, Swanage

RHODORA (formerly KATOOMBA; MARGUERITE to 1909; from 1914 ILIONA) Reg No 86.604  DCrew/86.604  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1909, transferred from Greenock
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 56 net, 125 gross
Crew lists: 1910-1
Owner: Sir Richard Williams Bunberry(?), Beaumaris
Master: as owner
Voyages: Cruising

RHONE Reg No 52792  DCrew/52792  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1865
Steam
Reg. tons 1700 net, 2738 gross
Crew lists: 1867-10
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Robert Woolward, Frederick Woolley
Voyages: Brazil, W. India Mail service wrecked at Salt Island 29 October 1867

RIDESDALE Reg No 27368  DCrew/27368  No Date

Contents:
Reg. North Shields 1859; Southampton 1863, 1876
Built 1859 at Sunderland by Hall
Sail
Reg. tons (1859) 273; (1878) 388
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-1, 1867-2, 1868-4, 1869-0, 1870-2, 1871-7, 1872-7, 1873-5, 1874-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-4, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-3
Owner: 1863 R.S. Donkin, N. Shields, then John Ransom. Southampton (vessel on voyage from N. Shields to W. Indies, run down by P & O steamer "Ceylon" in Southampton water, 9 January 1863 and "totally lost". Bought by John Ransom and held by him until his death 1886
Master: Jn. Reeder, N. Shields, then William Davies, Newport, Mon; 1866 William Robertson, 2 Melbourne Street, Southampton, then R. Rundle; 1868 Samuel F. Loosemore, Freemantle; 1870 Alex Maurice, Aberdeen; 1871 Robert King then Isaac Service, Belvidere Terrace, Northam; S.J. Richards, Four Posts Hill; William Robertson, 144 St. Andrews Road; 1873 S.T. Richards, J.D. Philliskirk; 1876-80 John Pinton; 1882 James Cooper, John Morgan; 1883 George Hyne
Voyages: 1864 Cardiff, W. Indies, Hamburg, Newcastle, Southampton; 1866 Cardiff, Jamaica?, London; 1867 N & S America, Mediterranean; 1868 Cardiff to Constantinople; London to Buenos Aires; 1870 Glasgow to Montevideo; 1871 Montevideo then home trade, Ostend and Baltic; 1872 Newcastle, Baltic; 1873 Baltic and coastal; 1874 Baltic also London, Dieppe, Swansea, Cardiff; 1874 London & Bristol Channel; 1878 Great Yarmouth & Cardiff to Havannah; 1880 Liverpool to Fernandina; 1882 Havre & Port Au Prince;
Transferred to Argentine 1888

RIPON Reg No 25125  DCrew/25125  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1862
Steam
Reg. tons 1393 net, 1868 gross
Crew lists: 1863-8, 1864-8, 1866-6, 1867-8, 1868-10, 1869-10, 1870-8
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1862 Nick Roskell; 1863 Edward Christian, Milton House, Woolston; 1864 John M. Rogers, Ivy Lodge, Shirley; William Curling; 1866-7 Rogers; 1868 Rogers and W.C. Angove, Rothsay Cottage, Portswood; 1869-70 Rogers
Voyages: Alexandria Mail service

RITA Reg No 76850  DCrew/76850  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879
Built Northam by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 30 net, 44 gross
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-NA, 1892-2, 1893-1, 1894-2
Owner: William Ingham Whitaker, Pylewell Park, Lymington,
Master: 1879 James Culter, Lymington; 1880-94 George Head, Blakes Dock, Lymington
Voyages: pleasure cuising
Broken up 1918

ROBERT AND SARAH Reg No 76830  DCrew/76830  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built 1876 at Itchen Ferry by Luke
Sail
39 tons
Crew lists: 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-0, 1893-2, 1894-2
Owner: Edward J. Budden, Swanwick
Master: 1877-81 George Bevis, Swanwick; 1882 William Gregory, Ed. Budden; 1883 W. James; 1888 Ed. Budden
Voyages: inside I.W.
Sunk in Portsmouth Harbour 1896

ROMAN Reg No 44,906  DCrew/44,906  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, 1870, 1871, 1872
Built Deptford Green, Kent by C. Lungley 1863
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1027 net, 1282 gross (1872-1173 net, 1850 gross)
Crew lists: 1864-4, 1866-5, 1867-6, 1868-6, 1869-6, 1870-NA, 1871-NA, 1872-4, 1873-3, 1874-8, 1876-5, 1877-4, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-3, 1881-3, 1882-2, 1883-5, 1884-NA, 1886-13, 1887-NA, 1888-17, 1889-13
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: William Strutt; 1866 W.R. Dixon, Southampton; 1868 Dixon and Fred Diver, Great Yarmouth; 1869 G. Mercer, Dixon; 1872 G.R. Vyvyan, Woolston; 1874 A.J. Garrett, Hill Lane; 1876 S.R. Caines, A.W.B. Smith; 1879 Clark; 1880-1 Edward Griffin; 1881 Griffin, William Caius Crutchley and E.J.Jones; 1882 Jones; 1883 Henry F. Horte; 1888 G.C. Gordon; 1889 Walter Martin, H.D. Travers, G.M. Moloney
Voyages: Cape Mail service, later Southampton to Hamburg, Amsterdam sold to foreigners (Turkish) 1889

ROSE Reg No 5619  DCrew/5619  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built 1823 at Lymington
Sail
41 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2
Owner: George May, Poole
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1863 Poole, Neath, Southampton, Saundersfoot etc, general coastal trading; 1864 coastal

ROSE Reg No 51294  DCrew/51294  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built 1860 at Littlehampton
Sail
27 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-NA, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2
Owner: William Gannaway, Chapel, Southampton; 1867 C. Abram, Acton, Middlesex; 1868, 1871 Gannaway, Southampton
Master: Thos. Andrews, Woolston
Voyages: Southampton, Portsmouth, I.W.

ROSEBUD Reg No 56121  DCrew/56121  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, 1868
Built Southampton 1866
Sail
30 tons (1868-33)
Crew lists: 1870-1, ------ 1886-1
Owner: 1870, 1886 Thos. Chamberlayne, Cranbury Park
Master: 1870, 1886 Henry Parke, Woolston
Voyages: cruising

ROS MARINE Reg No 9199  DCrew/9199  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1903
Steam?
Reg. tons 112 net, 164 gross
Crew lists: 1904-2
Owner: H.S. Gray, Conservative Club, London
Master: James E. Matthews
Voyages: Callao, Panama

RUBICON Reg No 109385  DCrew/109385  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
68 tons
Crew lists: 1900-1
Owner: A.W. Grant, Southsea
Master: G. Prior, Brightingsea
Voyages: pleasure cruising

RUBY Reg No 13,826  DCrew/13,826  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1841
Steam
Reg. tons 53 (1866-62)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1871-1
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S.E. R.M.S.P. Co. (David Corke, Queens Terrace; 1866 Joseph Clarke, High Street, Southampton)
Master: R. Stephens, Bugle Street, Southampton; 1868 Thos Lacey, Weymouth Terrace; William Short, Western Shore; 1871 Thos. Fellows, Cowes
Voyages: passenger service, Solent area

SABINE (formerly MARJORIE) Reg No 93780  DCrew/93780  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906 (Manchester 1897, then German)
Built 1888 at Birkenhead
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 59 net, 118 gross
Crew lists: 1910-1, 1911-1, 1912-NA, 1913-1
Owner: 1910 Neil Matheson McShane; 1911, 1913 Claud A. Allen
Master: 1910-13 John Cameron
Voyages: 1910 cruising from Clyde; 1911, 1913 cruising
Transferred to Aberdeen 1917

ST. HILDA Reg No 72356  DCrew/72356  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built Woolston by W. Luke; engines by Guy and Hunter, Cowes
Steam. screw, yacht
Reg. tons 62 net, 96 gross
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-4, 1911-1
Owner: 1876 Col. Hon. Octavius Duncombe, 84 Eaton Square, London; 1877-1904 Capt. Walter H.O. Duncombe; 1908 George Mavin; 1909, 1911 Robert Kinnes, E ast Whale Lane, Dundee
Master: 1876-82 William Joseph Harvey, Wivenhoe, Essex; 1883-1904 Robert John Mason, Wivenhoe; 1908 John Cooney; 1911 J. Cooney, James Law
Voyages: cruising

ST. LEONARDS Reg No 50198  DCrew/50198  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Sail
1053 tons
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-0, 1883-2
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Co.
Master: 1876-83 Richard Todd, Highgate
Voyages: Australia and New Zealand

ST. MALO Reg No 51287  DCrew/51287  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865, 1884, 1885, 1889
Built 1865 at Whiteinch by Aitken and Mansel
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 209 net, 300 gross
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-4, 1868-3, 1869-4, 1870-4, 1871-4, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1875-3, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-1, (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346) ---- 1902-1
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1866 W. Turtle, Jn. Lewis; 1867-8 Lewis; 1869 Lewis, H.D. Mortimer; 1870 Mortimer, William Williams; 1872 Robert Long, Jas. Heathcote; 1872-3 Heathcote; 1874 Heathcote, Jas. Stevenson; 1875 Thos. Lainson; 1876-7 A.J. Cross; 1878 George Husher, Frank E. Kemp; 1879 T. Lainson, William Gregory; 1881 Francis Edom; (1882-1891 various, see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346); 1902 L.S. Coombs
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Island, France sold foreign 1906

SALISBURY Reg No 56123  DCrew/56123  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built Millwall Iron Works
Steam. screw
Reg. tons 431 net, 634 gross
Crew lists: 1867-15, 1868-NA, 1869-NA, 1870-5, 1871-12, 1872-5, 1873-14, 1874-2
Owner: Southampton Steam Collier and Coal Co. (Mark Capper)
Master: 1867 William Hy. Dashper, 19 Brunswick Square, Southampton; 1870-2 Chas. Dawson, North Shields; 1873 W.H. Bird, Chas. Dawson, Thos Lewes; 1874 Thos. Lewis, Newport
Voyages: 1867 Jan-Apr. coastal; foreign April - July then Liverpool to Archangel till Sept; foreign till Nov. then Cardiff to Dieppe in Dec.; 1870 coastal coal trade and same foreign; 1871 Baltic and home trade; 1872 Cardiff, Bremerhaven, Tyne, Devonport, Cardiff; 1873 Baltic and France; Middlesborough to Dunkirk and Rotterdam; June - London, Cardiff to Rouen and Havre (4 voyages), Newport; 1874 French and English ports
Transferred to Hull 1874

SALLY Reg No 13,871  DCrew/13,871  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1853
Sail
21 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-1, 1868-1, 1869-1
Owner: William Molland, Bevois Street, Southampton (1867 C. Molland)
Master: Joseph Simmonds, 6 High Street (later Chapel Road) 1869 Charles Dymott, Princess Street
Voyages: Southampton to I.W.

SAMAENA Reg No 82409  DCrew/82409  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1880
Built Lymington by George Inman & Son
Sail
68 tons
Crew lists: 1883-2
Owner: J. Samuel
Master: W. O'Neill
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Transferred to Dublin 1889

SAPPHIRE Reg No 29130  DCrew/29130  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1861
Built 1860 at Southampton
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 51 net, 82 gross
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2
Owner: Southampton, I.W. S. Eng. R.M.S.P. Co. (agent David Corke)
Master: Janes Corke, High Street, Cowes; 1869-71 Michael Clark; 1872 John Beazley, Ryde; 1873 Robert Robertson, London
Voyages: passenger service, Solent area sold foreign 1873

SARAH Reg No 1830  DCrew/1830  No Date

Contents:
Reg.
Sail?
91 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2
Owner: William Penny, Mile End, London
Master: Thos. Cowling, Mile End, London
Voyages: London to Corfu and Mediterranean ports, returned to Exeter (June); Cardiff, London

SARAH Reg No 12540  DCrew/12540  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1847
Sail
22 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1
Owner: W.K. Whitmarch, East Cowes
Master: Henry Barnett, East Cowes
Voyages: Cowes, Hurst, Langston, Brading, Cowes

SATANITA Reg No 98867  DCrew/98867  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Southampton by J & G. Fay & Co.
Sail, yacht
117 tons
Crew lists: 1894-4, 1896-2, 1897-0, 1898-1, 1899-2, 1900-0, 1901-1
Owner: 1894 A.D. Clarke, London; 1896 Rose, Berkeley Square, London; 1898-9, 1901 Sir Maurice Fitzgerald, 8 Hartford Square, London;
Master: 1894, 1896 Cook Diaper; 1898 Chas. Bevis; 1899, 1901 Thos. Pannell
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to Italian 1908

SAUVEGARDE Reg No 56129  DCrew/56129  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, 1876
Built 1863 at Bordeaux
Sail
527 tons (1877-543)
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-0, 1873-3, 1874-0, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-0, 1879-1, 1880-2, 1881-0, 1882-NA, 1883-1, 1884-1
Owner: John Ransom. Southampton
Master: William Swinborn, William Morrish; 1873 Isaac Service; 1876 Lewis Davies; 1877, 1879 Samuel S. Richards; 1883 John Ransom; 1880 Richards; C.F. Ransom. Yarmouth; 1883-4 John Gosley
Voyages; 1870 Liverpool, Buenos Aires, W. coast of America, New York, Callao; 1871 Liverpool, Rio de Jeneiro, Bahia, Liverpool; 1873 Baltic; 1876 Monte Video, Rotterdam; 1877-1879 Cardiff, Singapore; 1880 Liverpool, Singapore; 1883 Amsterdam, Indian Ocean; 1884 Liverpool, Cape town sold to Norwegian 1884

SAXON Reg No 44905  DCrew/44905  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, 1870, 1871
Built at Northam 1863 by Day & Co.
Steam. screw
Reg. tons 894 net, 1141 gross (1870-1048, 1307)
Crew lists: 1864-4, 1866-3, 1867-2, 1868-6, 1869-8, 1870-NA, 1871-NA, 1872-5, 1873-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd (G.G. Mercer)
Master: 1864 H. Hoffman, St. Denys Road, Portswood and others; 1866 E. Baynton, Shirley; Albert Ricketts, Southampton; 1868 R.B. Davie, Queens Terrace, Southampton; 1869 F. Diver and A.C. Davie; 1872 Warleigh, Southampton; Frederick Diver, Great Yarmouth
Voyages: Cape Mail service transferred to Hull 1873

SAXON Reg No 94503  DCrew/94503  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1887
Built Southampton by Oswald Mordaunt & Co.
Steam. screw
Reg. tons 295 net, 468 gross
Crew lists: 1891-8
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd
Master: Jas. G. Biggs
Voyages: (Cape mail service?) sold to foreigner 1896

SCOT Reg No 98845  DCrew/98845  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891, 1896
Built Dumbarton by W. Denny Bros, lengthened 1896 at Belfast by Harland and Wolff
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 3168 net, 6844 gross (1896-4277net, 7815 gross)
Crew lists: 1892-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd
Master: H.D. Travers
Voyages: Cape mail service
Sold to German 1905

SCOTIA Reg No 110198  DCrew/110198  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Reg. tons 66 net
Crew lists: 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-1, 1907-0, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: E.J. & W. Goldsmith Ltd.
Master: 1901-11 W. Potter, Grays, Essex; 1912-13 Joseph J. French
Voyages: coastal; 1909 between London, Yarmouth, Southampton, Langstone; 1910 London, Southampton, Folkstone, Dover

SEA BELLE (formerly WAVERLEY and NORSEMAN; changed to SAINT 1914) Reg No 70980  DCrew/70980  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1909, transferred from Dartmouth
Built 1875 Birkenhead
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 131 net, 193 gross
Crew lists: 1910-1
Owner: William Tranter, Sonnesberg, Oxford Road, Moseley
Master: William C. Trayler, Wivenhoe
Voyages: cruising transferred to Aberdeen 1917

SEA BELLE (formerly FALAISE to 1902; changed to WESTOE 1910) Reg No 110253  DCrew/110253  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Built Southampton by Day, Summers & Co.
Steam. screw, yacht
Reg. tons 64 net, 162 gross
Crew lists: 1902-1, 1903-1, -----, 1906-1, 1907-0, 1908-1, 1909-1, 1910-0, 1911-3, 1912-3, 1913-1
Owner: 1902-9 J. Lancaster Shaw, Torquay; 1911-13 T. Redhead
Master: 1902-9 William Crowthe; 1911-13 A.C. Rood
Voyages: cruising sold to Greek 1945

SEA BIRD Reg No 105,512  DCrew/105,512  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896
Built 1896 at Southampton by Summers & Payne
Sail, yacht
30 tons
Crew lists: 1896-1, 1897-1
Owner: Alfred Hart, London
Master: C. Alcock, 3 Westgate Street, Southampton
Voyages: cruising
Sold to Belgian 1914

SEAGULL Reg No 106915  DCrew/106915  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1897
Built Emsworth by Albert Apps
Sail
30 tons
Crew lists: 1897-1, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-0, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: E. Ashby (E & R Ashby, cement Manufacturers, later Hooper and Ashby); 1903 Sussex Portland Cement Co. Ltd, County Wharf, Southampton; 1908 Hooper and Ashby; 1913 A.H. Hunt
Master: 1897 J. Hoskins; 1898-9 George Dore, Chapel; 1900 J. Hoskins; 1904-11 Joseph Scriven; 1912-13 W. Butler
Voyages: Inside I.W.; 1903 Paulsgrove to Southampton with Chalk, general cargoes inside I.W; 1908-11 Southa coast; 1911-13 inside I.W.
Broken up 1953

SEA HORSE Reg No 56135  DCrew/56135  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868
Built Glasgow
Steam. screw
Reg. tons 79 net, 167 gross
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-0, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-0, 1879-2, 1880-1
Owner: Earl of Cardigan, Deene Park, Northants.
Master: 1870 Solomon Wheeler, Cowes; 1872 Benjamin Coltar, W. Cowes; 1877 William Denham; 1879-80 W.R. Roberts, W. Cowes
Voyages: cruising or laid up
Transferred to Hull 1881

SEAHORSE Reg No 98846  DCrew/98846  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1891
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 58 net, 85 gross
Crew lists: 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-0, 1904-1, ---- 1910-1, 1911-1
Owner: 1902-4 Austin Mackenzie; 1910-11 K. Ronald Mackenzie, Vectis Lodge Bembridge
Master: 1902-4 Nichol McVicar 1910-11 as owner
Voyages: cruising
Closed 1948, used as houseboat

SECRET Reg No 48988  DCrew/48988  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872, transferred from Colchester
Built 1864 at East Donyland, Essex by Peter Harris
Sail
20 tons
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1882-1, 1883-NA, 1884-0, 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-1, 1889-1, 1890-1, 1891-1
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble
Master: John West, Warsash; 1873 William Light, Hamble; 1878 Light and Edward Pewter, sen, Hamble; 1879-80 Pewter; 1881 Jas. Thompson, Itchen Ferry; 1882, 1886-7 Pewter; 1888-90 George Smith, Swanwick
Voyages: fishing trade

SEINE Reg No 28736  DCrew/28736  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1860
Steam
Reg. tons 2167 net, 3440 gross
Crew lists: 1864-8, 1866-12, 1867-8, 1868-8, 1869-6, 1870-10, 1871-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Richard Revett; 1867-8 P.M. Woolcott; 1869-70 James Moir, John Gillies, E.M. Leeds
Voyages: West Indies mail service

SENECA Reg No 114733  DCrew/114733  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Reg. tons 3170 net, 4847 gross
Crew lists: 1904-1
Owner: Anglo American Oil Co., London
Master: C.R. Beynon, Liverpool
Voyages: New York, Bombay, Karachi, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore

SEVERN Reg No 68454  DCrew/68454  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1873
Steam
Reg. tons 1119 net, 1736 gross
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-7, 1876-4, 1877-3, 1878-3, 1879-3, 1880-3, 1881-3, 1882-4, 1883-3, 1884-3, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-1,
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1873 Augustus Bertram; 1874 E.C. Kemp; 1876 Brideaux; 1877 Brideaux and R.H. Macaulay; 1878 William Chapman; 1879 James Lawson; 1880 Kenneth Mackenzie; 1881 same and G.M. Hicks; 1882 Hicks and H.C. Rigaud; 1883 Rigaud and P. Rowsell; 1886-7 Rowsell; 1888 T.K. Exham
Voyages: W. Indies, S. America

SEVERN Reg No 109235  DCrew/109235  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Middlesborough 1898
Steam
Reg. tons 2125 net, 3760 gross
Crew lists: 1900-2, 1901-3, 1902-3, 1903-3, 1904-3, 1906-3, 1907-5, 1908-5 1909-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company (agent G.M. Hicks)
Master: 1900-1 H.J. Boby; 1902 J.M.R. Prince; 1903 T. Thomas; 1904 N.J. Dagnall; 1906 J.R. Prince; 1907 F.H. Corbould; Richard Hayes; 1908-9 Hayes
Voyages: West Indies, S. America etc; 1900 Buenos Aires, Santos, Bahia, Capetown, Natal, Rio de Janeiro; 1907 Antwerp, Havana, Tanpico, Las Palmas, Veracruz

SHAMROCK Reg No 68818  DCrew/68818  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873
Built Southampton by Alfred Blanchard, Cross House
Sail
33 tons
Crew lists: 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, -----, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-1, 1892-1
Owner: 1873-84 William Gannaway, Southampton; 1886-92 George Wilkins, Nelson Road, Freemantle
Master: 1873-6 William Gannaway; 1879 Gannaway and George Wilkins; 1880-4 G. Wilkins; 1886 Samuel Wilkins; 1887-8 G. Wilkins; 1889 Samuel Wilkins, George Wilkins; 1890 Jack Barry; 1891-2 J. Pennly
Voyages: lightering inside I.W.
Converted to lighter 1892

SHANNON Reg No 27784  DCrew/27784  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1859
Steam
Reg. tons2187 net, 3609 gross
Crew lists: 1863-9, 1864-10, 1866-12, 1867-8, 1868-4, 1869-8, 1870-10, 1871-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: George Abbott, Southampton (died at sea 18 Aug. 1864) 1864 Thos. W. Savage, Lieut R.N.R. (also 1866), Ernest West, T.A. Bevis, Frederick Woolley (also 1866); 1867 Robert Woolward, Southampton; J.H. Jellicoe, Southampton; 1868 John M. Gillies, J.H. Jellicoe; 1869 Jellicoe, Henry Box; 1870 Box, then Frederick Reeks; 1871 Reeks
Voyages: W. Indies Mail service

SHEILA Reg No 68829  DCrew/68829  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
Built Southampton by D.G. Hatcher & Co.
Sail, yacht
43 tons
Crew lists: 1874-2, -------, 1880-1
Owner: 1874 W.R. Malcolm. London; 1880 R.C. Tyllier Blunt, 47 Half Moon Street, London; 1874 James West, Brightlingsea; 1880 George Sandford, 6 Clarence Square, Gosport
Voyages: cruising
Sold to foreigner 1881

SIBYL (changed to MIRABEL 1877) Reg No 16623  DCrew/16623  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built 1848 at E. Cowes by Michael Ratsey of W. Cowes
Sail
70 tons
Crew lists: 1876-1
Owner: Lieut F.S. Innes - Lillingston R.N.
Master: as owner
Voyage: pleasure cruise to Spain and Portugal

SILVER FISH (changed to BROWNIE 1875) Reg No 44908  DCrew/44908  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built 1860 at Hythe by Henry Blanchard
Sail
15 tons
Crew lists: 1873-1
Owner: William Poland, Cowes
Master: Alfred Watson, St. Mary Street, Cowes
Voyages: ----------
Broken up 1895

SILVER SPRAY Reg No 109286  DCrew/109286  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Built Rochester
Sail
41 tons
Crew lists: 1898-1, 1899-0, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-NA, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-3, 1912-2, 1913-1
Owner: Edward Albert Stephens, Hythe
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1898 trading inside I.W; 1911 trading between Southampton Portsmouth, Poole, Weymouth, Dartmouth

SILVER STAR Reg No 86321  DCrew/86321  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1882
Built at Lymington by G. Inman & Son
Sail
38 tons
Crew list: 1884-1, 1886-0, 1887-2, -------1890-2
Owner: 1884 William Windle Pilkington, Prescot, Lancaster; 1887, 1890 F.H. Coddington Blackburn
Master: 1884 Edward Staines, Lymington 1890 J.N. Tilsed, Poole
Voyages: cruising
Broken up 1889

SILVERY WAVE Reg No 47352  DCrew/47352  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1863
200 tons (1879-192)
Crew lists: 1870-3, 1871-4, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-0, 1879-2, 1880-2
Owner: 1870 Bullard, King & Co. Marsh Lane, Southampton; 1879 Henry Bee, 7 Sussex Place
Master: 1870-1 Henry Smith, Hull; 1873 James Hobbs, Great Yarmouth; 1874 Sidney Sanderson; 1876-80 John Bee, 15 Glebe Road, Southampton
Voyages: 1870 London, Port Natal and Cape; 1871-2 London Trinidad; 1873 London, Cape of Good Hope; 1874 same and Mauritius; 1876 Cardiff, Newhaven, Swansea, Cowes, Sunderland; 1877, 1879 Southampton, Sunderland; 1880 Southampton, Sunderland, Cardiff

SILVERY WAVE (no number)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
(not registered - new ship)
834 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: M. Wilson, Chapel Southampton
Master: Philip Hue, Liverpool

SIMLA Reg No 13952  DCrew/13952  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1854
Steam
Reg. tons2172 net, 2287 gross
Crew lists: 1871-3, ---- 1880-1, 1881-1
Owner: 1871 P & O Company; 1880 C.L. Alexander, 39 West Campbell Street, Glasgow
Master: 1871 N.W. Haselwood; 1880-1 Robert Froine
Voyages: 1871 Southampton to Alexandria mail service; 1880 Liverpool to Bombay; 1881 Liverpool to Calcutta

SIR BEVIS Reg. no 62227  DCrew/62227  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1871
Built Stockton on Tees by M. Pearse & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 556 net, 878 gross
Crew list: 1871-1, 1872-8, 1873-9, 1874-7, 1876-7, 1877-9, 1878-3, 1879-4, 1880-5, 1881-5, 1882-NA, 1883-4, 1884-3, 1886-3, 1887-6, 1888-6, 1889 1890-3, 1891-3, 1892-3, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-3, 1898-9, 1899-5, 1900-4
Owner: 1871-96 George Thos. Harper, Southampton; 1898-1900 H. Bee, Southampton Docks
Master: 1871 James Ward; 1872 Ward, Alfred Harlow; Thos, Kemp, Newport Mon; 1873 John B. Rose, Thos. Kemp; 1876 Hiram Parish, 29 Dorset Street; Thos Kemp; 1878-9 Walter Tamlyn, 5 Upper Alma Road, Newport; 1880 Tamlyn, B.F. Cator; 1881-3 Cator; 1886-7 R. Batstone, Cardiff; 1888 George Gibb, Batstone, William Rumsey; 1891-2 Rumsey; 1896-7 G. Gibb, Blyth; 1898-1900 R. Hughes, York House, Borth
Voyages: 1871 S. Shields; 1872 Black Sea, Cardiff, Hamburg, Grimsby, Shields, Havre; 1873 Cardiff, Hamburg, Black Sea; 1877 Burntisland, Cronstadt, Baltic, Gulf of Finland and Bothman Ports; 1878 do. and Black Sea; 1879-81 Mediterranean and Black Sea; 1888 Newport, Bordeaux, Southampton, Blyth, Burntisland, Copenhagen, then coasting; 1889 Newport, Bordeaux; 1890 coasting, 1891 Cardiff, St. Nazaire, Bordeaux, Swansea, La Rochelle, Barry, Gibraltar, Bilbao, Rotterdam, Newport (Mon), Bilbao, Terneuzen, Santander, Bilbao, Ternaeuzen, Tonnay, Bilbao. Teineuzen, South Shields, Gibraltar, Aquilas, St. Nazaire, Bilbao, Middlesborough, Copenhagen, Gefle, Cardiff, Brake, Sunderland, Tonnay, Bilbao, Middlesborough, London, Cardiff, Rouen, Sunderland; 1896 Newport, Southampton; 1898 Newport, Bordeaux
Sold foreign 1901

SIR BEAVIS Reg No 114569  DCrew/114569  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1902
Built Southampton by G. Napier & Sons, Cross House
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 16 net, 52 gross
Crew lists: 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-2, ----- 1907-1
Owner: H.G.W. Beavis
Master: 1902, 1904 Alfred Harley; 1907 E.B. Page
Voyages: ---------

SKIPJACK (no number)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
(not registered)
Crew lists: 1872-1
Owner: William Nicholls, Gloucester Square
Master: George Andrews, Chapel
Voyages: employed in pilot service

SKIPJACK Reg No 43781  DCrew/43781  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Built 1861 at Deal
Sail
26 tons
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-NA, 1878-1, 1879-1, 1880-2
Owner: W. Nicholl, 12 Gloucester Square
Master: as owner
Voyages: piloting within I.W
Sold to foreigner 1886

SLIPPERY Reg No 12539  DCrew/12539  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1845 at Portsmouth
Sail
21 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-0, 1870-1, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-NA, 1874-2
Owner: Sarah Arram, Freemantle; 1870 C.G. Molland, Belvidere Road
Master: James Goddard, Eling; 1867 Thos. E. Aram, Park Road, Freemantle; 1870 Joseph Simmonds, Bridge Road, Southampton; 1872 James Baker, Bevois Street
Voyages: 1866 Southampton to Langstone Harbour; 1867-8 river work inside I.W. 1871-2 trading within I.W; 1874 between Southampton and Portsmouth carrying chalk; lightering inside I.W.
Converted to lighter; registration closed 1877

SLIPPERY (same as above?) (no number)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
(not Registered)
Crew lists: 1881-1
Owner: W. Woodnutt, Newport, I.W.
Master: Edward Cheverton, Arreton
Voyages: employed in river Medina

SOCRATES (provisional cerificate - registered at Kiel) (no number)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
Steam
Reg. tons 535 net, 1071 gross
Crew lists: 1882-1
Owner: Henry Lambert, 51 Limehouse, London
Master: W.G. Williams
Voyages: Kiel to Southampton

SOLENT Reg No 13,883  DCrew/13,883  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1853
Steam
Reg. tons 1064
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1869-1
Owner: (Royal Mail Company)
Master: Robert Woolward and others; 1869 Frederick Reeks, J.M. Gillies, W. Barnett, George E. Parkes
Voyages: 1863 crew lists of log books for voyage from Southampton to W. Indies 1859-63; 1869 similar 1865-9 mail service

SOLENT Reg No 44913  DCrew/44913  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863, 1879, 1885
Built 1863 at Lymington by George Inman, engines by Hodgkinson, Southampton
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 32 net, 65 gross (1885-41 net, 65 gross)
Crew lists: 1864-1, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, ----, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-3, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, -------(1886-98 with MAYFLOWER 51300); 1891-1
Owner: 1863 George Inman (died 1883) and Richard Sharp; 1884 L.S.W. Railway Company
Master: J.H. Cribb, W. Hicks, both of Lymington; 1872 Edward Webster; 1876 E. Webster, Henry Dow; 1877 Henry Morey, Hamble; 1878 Henry Doe, E.T. Seymour; 1879-80 H. Doe; 1881 H. Doe, Junior; 1882-96 H. Doe
Voyages: Lymington, Yarmouth, Totland and other ports within I.W.

SOLENT Reg No 62221  DCrew/62221  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built Sunderland by James Laing
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 462 net, 720 gross
Crew lists: 1870-2, 1871-9, 1872-6, 1873-4, 1874-4, 1876-3, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-1, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1907-2, 1908-2
Owner: J.& G. Hill, Sunderland with William Hill & J. Ledger Hill, Southampton; 1894-1900 Henry Coombs, Southampton
Master: 1870 W. Dashper, R. Thompson; 1871 Dashper, Thos. Taylor; 1872 Taylor; 1877-8 W. Manning, Cardiff; 1879 Manning, George F. Davidson; 1880 Davidson; 1881 Davidson and Henry Coombs, Southampton; 1883-93, 1897 Coombs; 1894, 1896,1898-1908 J.L. Hill
Voyages: 1870 between Southampton, Sunderland, Liverpool, London, Havre, Hamburg etc; 1871 river Elbe and Brest; 1872 Baltic ports, Uddevalla; Southampton, Cardiff, Hamburg, Sunderland, Cardiff; Southampton to Cardiff (10 voyages); Cardiff to Portsmouth (2); Cardiff, Havre; 1873 Cardiff to Southampton (11 voyages); Cardiff to Havre; Cardiff to Hamburg (2); Cardiff to Bremerhaven; Cardiff to Southampton (5); Cardiff, to Portsmouth (4) Cardiff to Hamburg; 1874 voyages to Cardiff, Newport, Hartlepool, Newcastle London, Sunderland, Hamburg; 1876 Cardiff, Havre, Portsmouth, Hartlepool; 1877-8 Cardiff and other ports; 1879 coastal and between the Elbe and Brest; 1880 Cardiff, Dieppe, Havre, Dartmouth; 1881 similar; 1883 Southampton to Wales; 1884-1900 coastal; 1901 coastal and Rouen, Havre

SOLENT Reg No 79657  DCrew/79657  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1892
Built Southampton by Oswald Mordaunt & Co. 1878
Steam
Reg. tons 1206 net, 1908 gross
Crew lists: 1881-1, ---- 1900-7, ----- 1906-5, 1907-NA, 1908-6, 1909-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1900 A.C. Farmer, Alymer Ogden, Leonard Young, F.S. Newton; 1906 H. Davies, F.M. Watson, Arthur P. Dix; 1908 F.M. Watson; 1909 H.W. Stump, H.T. Bennett
Voyages: W. Indies

SOLENT Reg No 131752  DCrew/131752  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1910
Built Leith by John Cran & Co.
Motor, screw
Reg. tons 33 net, 49 gross
Crew lists: 1911-1, 1912-2 1910-1
Owner: Corporation of Trinity House (1911-12 Capt. W.E.W. Barnard)
Master: 1911-12 Herbert William Spragg; 1910 Charles A. Walker, [...] I. of W.
Voyages: pilot service
Vessel lost 1912

SOLENT QUEEN Reg No 97201  DCrew/97201  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1889
Built Whiteinch by Barclay Curle & Co. Ltd
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 111 net, 323 gross
Crew lists: (1890-91 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360)------1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-NA, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S. of Eng. Company
Master: (1890-91 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360), 1906-13 John Beazley
Voyages: Solent & surrounding area with passengers

SOLWAY Reg No 114532  DCrew/114532  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
116 tons
Crew lists: 1907-2, 1908-1, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-1
Owner: 1907-10 Chas Kendall; 1911-12 R.E.V. James
Master: as owner
Voyages: within I.W. - open lighter

SORCERESS Reg No 76839  DCrew/76839  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878
Built Southampton by A. Payne
Sail, yacht
32 tons
Crew lists: 1890-1, 1891-NA, 1892-0, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2
Owner: H.M. Brown, London
Master: Jacob Wade, Brightlingsea
Voyages: pleasure cruising

SOUKAR Reg No 52653  DCrew/52653  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1864 at Port Glasgow
Sail
Reg. tons 1304
Crew lists: 1878-3, 1879-1, 1880-0, 1881-1, 1882-1, 1883-1, 1884-1, 1886-0, 1887-1, 1888-2, 1889-1, 1890-2, 1891-1, 1892-0, 1893-1, 1894-1 1896-2, 1897-0, 1898-2, 1899-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.
Master: 1878-9 F.H. Renant; 1881-90 J.E. Cutler; 1891-6 William Paterson; 1898 M. Carden (died on voyage) G.S. Hyne, G.H.B. Wood
Voyages: New Zealand
Sold to foreigner 1899

SOUTHAMPTON Reg No 28109  DCrew/28109  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860, 1880, 1888
Built at Newcastle-on-Tyne by Palmer Bros, engines by Day Summers & Co. 1860 (2 engines 250 H.P.)
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons. 298 net 434 gross (1888-340, 585)
Crew lists: 1863-3, 1864-3, 1866-0, 1868-5, 1869-4, 1870-4, 1871-4, 1872-NA, 1873-NA, 1874-4, 1876-2, 1877-3, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1 (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and South Western Railway Company
Master: James Goodridge, Oakland Cottage, Woolston, then James H. Knight, Florence Cottage, Woolston; 1867 Knight; 1868 Knight; H.B. Harvey, Southampton; 1870 J.H. Knight, H.G. Lewis, William Turde; 1871 William Williams, 21 Clifford Street; 1874 G.R. Clement, Rose Cottage, Park Road, Freemantle; W. Williams; 1876, 1878, 1880-3 H.D Mortimer, Lodge Road; 1886-91 R.C. Mabb
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Sold to Dutchman 1898

SOUTHAMPTON Reg No 47180  DCrew/47180  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1865, 1871
Built Wellington on Tyne by Bambridge & Hopper
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 506 net, 609 gross
Crew lists: 1866-1, 1867-5, 1868-7, 1869-5, 1870-5, 1871-4, 1872-7
Master: 1867-8 John Foster, Sunderland; 1871 William Hy. Bond
Owner: 1867-8 Robert Ekless, Southampton
Voyages: 1866 coastal; 1867 coastal and Dieppe, Havre, Hamburg; 1868 Mediterranean, Havre, Cardiff; 1869 foreign; 1870 S. Shields, Le Havre, London; 1871 coast of France; 1872 London, Rouen, Swansea, Dieppe, London, Sunderland, Boulogne etc.
Lost on Spanish coast 1872

SOUTHAMPTON Reg No 62236  DCrew/62236  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Built Glasgow by Barclay Curle & Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 100 net, 204 gross
Crew lists: 1872-1, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-0, (1880-1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72350)-------1903-1, 1904-2, 1906-2
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S. of Eng. Company; 1903-6 R.R. Collard, Newhaven
Master: 1872-3 William Short; 1878 F. Gandy; (1880-1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360); 1903 Alfred Cox; 1904 Frank Reeves
Voyages: Solent & surrounding area with passengers; 1906 Newhaven to Ostende and trips from Ostende
Transferred to Liverpool 1907

SOUTH WESTERN Reg No 72341  DCrew/72341  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875, 1885, 1888, 1890
Built 1875 at Cubitt Town, Poplar by John Dudgeon
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 364 net, 656 gross
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)-------1908-1
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1876-9 William Williams; 1880 George Allix, Williams; 1882 J. Heathcote; 1883 Williams; 1886-91 F.E. Kemp; 1908 Herbert Kerman
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Sunk by enemy section 1918

SOVEREIGN Reg No 62223  DCrew/62223  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built Southampton by Day & Co.
Steam, screw, tug
Reg. tons 49 net, 110 gross
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-1, 1886-1, 1887-0, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-1, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-1
Owner: Southampton New Steam Towing Co. Ltd; 1870 E.A. Andrews, Woolston; 1886-94 J.J. Burnett 2 High Street
Master: Richard Linthorne, Buckland Villa, Lymington; 1871 William Cockett, Marine Parade; 1876 F.F. Greenaway; 1877 George Dawson, Paget Street; 1880-9 Worthy Isaiah Eyers, Southampton
Voyages: towing
Transferred to London 1895

SPARTAN Reg No 82421  DCrew/82421  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881, 1888
Built 1881 at Clydebank by J & G. Thomson
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2223 net, 3490 gross
Crew lists: 1882-6, 1883-3, 1884-4, 1886-4, 1887-6, 1888-8, 1889-7, 1890-10, 1891-4, 1892-3, 1893-5, 1894-4, 1896-3, 1897-3, 1898-3, 1899-1, 1900-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company (1900 Union Castle)
Master: 1883-90 A.M. Wait, Southampton; 1891 L.A. Munn; 1892 J.Jones 1893 L.A. Munn; 1894 Martin, Southampton; 1896 George Armstrong Southampton; 1897 Milford, Southampton; 1898 Tyson, Southampton; 1899 Kennedy, Southampton; 1900 L.N. Bayldon
Voyages: S. Africa
Sold to Italian 1900

SPEY Reg No 110976  DCrew/110976  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1893
Built at Ayr 1892
Steam
Reg. tons 224 net, 474 gross
Crew lists: 1906-1, 1907-NA, 1908-1, 1909-0, 1910-3, 1911-0, 1912-8
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1906-8 C. Adams; 1910 G.S.B. Carter; 1912 F. Wilton
Voyages: W. Indies

STAR Reg No 15003  DCrew/15003  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, transferred from Arundel
Built 1853 at Bosham
Sail
14 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-NA, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, ------, 1881-1, 1882-0, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-NA, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-NA, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-NA, 1913-2
Owner: 1868-1901 William Farne, Birdham Mills Chichester (same years George Martin given as owner) 1904-13 James Thomas, Beechwood, Carisbrooke, I.W.
Master: 1870 J.S. Simmonds, Chichester; George Marsten, Barham Sands; 1871 George Martin, Bosham; 1873 John Glazyer, Birdham; 1881-1900 George Martin; 1904-13 Albert Henry Leigh, Newport
Voyages: within I.W. and to Chichester and Poole

STAR Reg No 28,110  DCrew/28,110  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860, 1862, 1866
Built 1860 at Ipswich
Sail
Reg. tons 20 (1867 - 14 net, 24 gross)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-NA, 1874-2, 1876-1, 1877-3, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2
Owner: Robert Scovell, Hamble; John Scovell, Hamble
Master: 1863 Truman Riddett, Hamble; 1866 J. Primmer, Hamble; 1867-72 Henry Yaldron, Hamble; 1874 James Mears, Hamble; 1876 John Saunders, Hamble; 1878-9 Jas, Mears; 1880 Mears and Henry Yaldron; 1881 Yaldron; William Bedbrook
Voyages: fishing trade
Broken up 1892

STAR OF THE OCEAN Reg No 44912  DCrew/44912  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1863
Built at Southampton
Sail
197 tons
Crew lists: 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-3
Owner: Edward Griffin, 1 Hope Villas, Southampton; 1868 W.P. Rowe Scilly
Master: Thos Waddle, Southampton; 1867 Edward Griffin, Southsea; 1868 W W.P. Rowe
Voyages: 1866 - from Nov. 1863 Southampton, Cardiff, Hong Kong, Indian Ocean, Leith (April 1866); Leith, Grangemouth, Baltic, London; 1867 London to Cardiff, Spain, Portugal, Monte Video, ports in Brazil; 1868 Cadiz, Monte Carlo, Havre, Cardiff; 1869 Southampton, Havre, Cardiff
Transferred to Scilly 1869

STAR OF THE SEA Reg No 25,143  DCrew/25,143  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
Built at Lymington
Sail
110 tons
Crew lists: 1870-1
Owner: A.H. Dendy, Torquay
Master: George Parnell, Middle Street, Brixham
Voyages: Dartmouth, Torquay, Southampton, Portsmouth, Ramsgate, Rotterdam
Wrecked on Platter Bank in N. Sea 1870

STELLA Reg No 10961  DCrew/10961  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1850 at Fairlie, Ayrshire
Sail
37 tons
Crew lists: 1883-1, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-NA, 1888-NA, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-NA, 1896-2, 1897-3, 1898-NA, 1899-2, 1900-1, 1901-NA, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-NA, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: J. Lock, Warsash; 1906-7 John R. Dickinson; 1910-13 C. Saunders
Master: 1883-1901 Cornelius Spencer, Warsash; 1903-4 Richard Spencer; 1906-13 Cornelius Spencer
Voyages: fishing; 1890-1, 1893, 1896 lobster and crab fishing off coasts Devon and Cornwall

STELLA Reg No 97219  DCrew/97219  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Clydebank by J & G. Thomson Ltd.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 192 net, 1058 gross
Crew lists: (1890-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346), 1899-1
Owner: London and South Western Railway Company
Master: 1890-91 T. Lainson; 1899 W. Reeks
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Lost on the Casquets 1899

STIRLING CASTLE Reg No 109600  DCrew/109600  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1907, transferred from Leith
Built 1899 at Kingham, Fife by Jn. Scott & Co.
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 47 net, 270 gross
Crew lists: 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-NA, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S. of Eng. R.M.S.P. Co.
Master: 1907-11 W.J. Prewett; 1912-13 G.D. Burgh
Voyages: passenger service
Registration closed 1916

STORM BIRD (KELPIE from 1880) Reg No 47977  DCrew/47977  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, 1868,1874,1880
Built 1863 at Southampton by Day & Co.
Sail (steam, screw, from 1874)
Reg. tons 19 (1874-21 net, 41 gross)
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-1
Owner: Andrew Simon Lamb, Temple, London
Master: as owner
Voyages: pleasure cruising

STRATHERICK (formerly ROSENEATH) Reg No 109282  DCrew/109282  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Built Woolston by J.G. Fay & Co. Ltd
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 82 net, 154 gross
Crew lists: 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-2, 1903-0, 1904-1, 1906-1, 1907-NA, 1908-1
Owner: 1900-2 K.M. Clarke; 1904-8 Joseph Turner
Master: 1900-1 S. Colguhoun; 1902 Robert Evans; 1904-8 Robert Duncan
Voyages: pleasure cruising

SUMATRA Reg No 56844  DCrew/56844  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Reg. tons 1266 net, 2488 gross
Crew lists: 1867-2, 1868-2, --------, 1873-2, 1874-0, 1876-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1867-8 E.P. G. Browne; 1873 W.D. Anderson; 1876 Julius Osman
Voyages: 1867 mail service Alexandria; 1868, 1873, 1876 foreign India and China seas

SUNDA Reg No 54737  DCrew/54737  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1866
Steam
Reg. tons 1217 net, 1704 gross
Crew lists: 1866-1, -------, 1872-1, 1873-1, 1874-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 W.B. Anderson, Southampton; 1872 N.N. Jenkinson; 1873 Chas. Fraser; 1874 J.C. Babot, Millbrook Road
Voyages: Southampton to Bombay, then ports Indian and China seas; 1872 Hong Kong; 1873-4 mail service Suez

SUNSHINE (changed to Roseneath 1912) Reg No 113947  DCrew/113947  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1911
Built at Fairlie 1901 by William Fife & Son
Sail
54 tons
Crew lists: 1911-1
Owner: Arthur George Stewart
Master: William Wilkes
Voyages: Lisbon to Portsmouth
Sold to foreigner 1918

SUPPLY Reg No 13857  DCrew/13857  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1839
27 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2
Owner: R. Howard, Above Bar Street; James Seward Pearce
Master: Benjamin Lewis, Eling
Voyages: trading between Portsmouth and Southampton

SURAT Reg No 54738  DCrew/54738  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock, then London 1866
Steam
Reg. tons 1528 net, 2578 gross (1877-3141 net, 1995 gross)
Crew lists: 1866-3, -------, 1873-2, 1874-1, 1876-2, 1877-7, --------, 1880-1, 1881-4, 1882-2, 1883-NA, 1884-3, 1886-NA, 1887-5, 1888-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 T. Jameson, George Dunn, both of Southampton; 1873 E.J. Baker; 1874 J.C. Burne; 1880 W.E. Breeze; 1881 Breeze and [...] Willie Alderton; 1882 Breeze; 1884, 1887 O.R. Edwards; 1888 Jas.S. Parfitt
Voyages: 1866 Mediterranean, then Calcutta and ports in Indian and China seas; 1873 see "Mooltan"; 1873-6 Bombay; 1877-81 Australia and New Zealand; 1882-7 Bombay; 1888 London, Antwerp, London, Gibraltar, Malta, Suez, Aden

SUSQUEHANNA (formerly MOUNT SEPHAR until 1898, LONDON CITY from 1922) Reg No 106000  DCrew/106000  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898, transferred from Glasgow
Built 1896 at Whiteinch, Glasgow
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2388 net, 3701 gross
Crew lists: 1898-3, 1899-0, 1900-3, 1901-0, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-NA, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-3
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. (from 1900 Union Castle) - purchased in 1898 from John Smith and William Service, Glasgow
Master: 1898-1903 C. Hendry; 1904 C. Calverwell; 1907-11 M.L. Butterwick
Voyages: 1898, 1900, 1902 New York, S. Africa; 1908 S. Africa; 1909 New York

SWEETHEART Reg No 68838  DCrew/68838  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874, 1875, 1883
Built Southampton by Hatcher & Co. 1874
Sail, yacht
18 tons
Crew lists: 1882-1, ------ 1886-1
Owner: 1882 Chas. Bath, Swansea; 1886 W. Baker, London
Master: 1882 William Davies, Oystermouth
Voyages: 1882 cruising Bristol Channel; 1886 on mud at Brightlingsea for sale

SYBIL Reg No 92046  DCrew/92046  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1887
Built Southampton by W.A. Block & Co.
Sail, yacht
23 tons
Crew lists: 1887-2, ------, 1893-1
Owner: 1887 C.J.C. Still, London; 1893 F. Cory Yeo, Sketty, Swansea
Master: 1887 S. Randall; 1893 William Jn. Offord, Brightlingsea
Voyages: cruising

SYLPH Reg No 56436  DCrew/56436  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872, transferred from Harwich
Built 1844 at Poole
Sail
21 tons
Crew lists: 1872-1, 1873-0, 1874-1
Owner: Andrew Simon Lamb, Inner Temple
Master: Andrew Simon Lamb
Voyages: 1872 lying in Southampton Docks since transfer to present owner; 1874 laid up in dock
Transferred to Shoreham 1878

SYRIA Reg No 48568  DCrew/48568  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870
Built 1863 at Northam by Day & Co.
Steam
Reg. tons 1419 net, 1932 gross
Crew lists: 1870-6, 1871-4, 1872-6, 1873-NA, 1874-6, 1876-3, 1877-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd (Bought from P & O 1870)
Master: 1870 E. Christian, Southampton; 1871 W. Ladds, Ellington nr. Kimbolton, Hunts; 1874 G.R. Vyvyan, Peartree Green; H.E. Draper; 1876 George Vyvyan
Voyages: 1870 Mediterranean mail service; 1871-7 Cape mail service
Transferred to Sunderland 1878

TAGUS Reg No 65582  DCrew/65582  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1871, Glasgow 1890
Steam
Reg. tons (1877) 1892 net, 3252 gross
Crew lists: 1871-5, 1872-8, 1873-10, 1874-10, 1876-3, 1877-4, 1878-4, 1879-NA, 1880-5, 1881-4, 1882-4, 1883-3, 1884-5, 1886-3, 1887-8, 1888-5, 1889-4, 1890-NA, 1891-4, 1892-5, 1893-4, 1894-1, 1896-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1871 Henry A. Box, Robert Woolward, James Moir; 1872-4 R. Woolward; 1876-80 J.H. Jellicoe; 1881 A. Gillies; 1882 Gillies, A.C. Green; 1884, 1886 J.D. Spooner; 1887 W. Gillies, J. Brander; 1888 J. Brander, P. Rowsell; 1891 Thos Williamson; 1892 Thos. Smith; 1893-4 G.M. Hicks; 1896 W.H. Owen, A.C. Farmer
Voyages: W. Indies and American mail service

TAGUS Reg No 110197  DCrew/110197  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Reg. tons 3056 net, 5545 gross
Crew lists: 1899-1, 1900-5, 1901-4, 1902-2, 1903-9, 1904-14, 1906-10, 1907-11, 1908-13, 1909-7, 1910-8, 1911-3, 1912-9, 1913-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1900 W.H. Milner, F.W. Powles, J.D. Spooner; 1901-2 Powles; 1903-7 R.H. Stranger; 1908-10 W.G. Mason; 1911-12 Chas. Laws; 1913 J.G.K. Cherit
Voyages: W. Indies and European Ports

TAKE CARE Reg No 9654  DCrew/9654  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built 1844 in Jersey
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-1, 1886-2
Owner: 1878 James Lock, Warsash; 1883-4 George Edwards, Gosport
Master: 1878 George Smith, M. Crane, both of Warsash; 1879-82 Henry Fugar, Warsash; 1883-4 George Edwards, Gosport
Voyages: fishing
Transferred to Portsmouth 1887

TAMAR Reg No 25113  DCrew/25113  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Reg. tons 1194
Crew lists: 1867-5
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: James Moir, Southampton
Voyages: W. Indies

TAMAR (formerly VANCOUVER) Reg No 68519  DCrew/68519  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1878
Steam
Reg. tons 1881 net, 2923 gross
Crew lists: 1879-4, 1880-3, 1881-4, 1882-5, 1883-3, 1884-4, 1886-6, 1887-5, 1888-6, 1889-4, 1890-5, 1891-4, 1892-7, 1893-4, 1894-2, 1896-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1879 William Chapman; 1880 Adolphus E. Bell and William Bell; 1882-4 A.E. Bell; 1886 G.M. Hicks; 1887 Philip Rowsell; 1889 J.D. Spooner, H.C. Rigaud; 1890 Rigaud, T.K. Exham; 1891-4 T.K. Exham; 1896 J.D. Constantine, W.A. Copp
Voyages: W. Indies and America and European ports; 1889 Southampton, Vigo, Lisbon, Pernambucco, Southampton, Lisbon, Riodeva, Antwerp, Southampton, Vigo, Lisbon, Buenos Ayres, Southampton, Lisbon, Buenos Ayres, Rio, Lisbon, Vigo, Southampton

TAMAR Reg No 113904  DCrew/113904  No Date

Contents:
Reg.
Steam
Reg. tons 3207
Crew lists: 1902-5, 1903-3, 1904-4, 1906-4, 1907-0, 1908-NA, 1909-3, 1910-4, 1911-4, 1912-2, 1913-5
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1902 Owen Lewis; 1903-4 R. Prince; 1906 F. Harbould; 1909-10 M.S. Nicholson; 1911-12 R.A. Ellis; 1913 Walter Marker
Voyages: 1909-10 Brazil; 1911 Europe; 1912-3 Antwerp to Brazil via Hull and London

TAMBOURINE Reg No 94505  DCrew/94505  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1888, 1899
Built Southampton by J.G. Fay & Co.
Sail, yacht
20 tons
Crew lists: 1891-1
Owner: George B.P. Spooner - Lillington, Penzance
Master: William Walter Perry, Penzance
Voyage: cruising in Channel, then laid up at Penzance Nov-Dec.
Sold to foreigner 1896

TANJORE Reg No 52761  DCrew/52761  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1865
Steam
Reg. tons 1971 net, 2263 gross
Crew lists: 1866-9, 1867-10, 1868-10, 1869-8, 1870-9, 1871-3, 1872-0, 1873-1, 1874-8, 1876-0, 1877-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1866 George S. Brooks, Millbrook Road; 1867 Thos. Beasley; 1868 G.S. Brooks (Freemantle, then E. Park Terrace), George J. Babot, Northampton Villa, Southampton; 1869-70 G. Brooks; 1871 Brooks, Alfred H. Johnson; 1873 A.H. Johnson; 1874 J.H. Torbock; 1877 W.B. Hull
Voyages: 1866-71 Mediterranean mail service; 1873 Bombay; 1877 Japan, Cape, Australia, New Zealand

TARA Reg No 86333  DCrew/86333  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1883
Built Southampton by Hatcher & Clifford
Sail, yacht
40 tons
Crew lists: 1891-1, 1892-0, 1893-1
Owner: W. East, Surbiton
Master: 1891 Edward Ennew, Rowhedge; 1893 Jake Hill
Voyages: cruising
Broken up 1898

TARTAR Reg No 13929  DCrew/13929  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Sail
26 tons
Crew lists: 1881-1
Owner: Peter Lott, 36 King Street
Master: W. Coombes, Northam
Voyages: Southampton, Brading, Hamble, Ryde, St. Helens

TARTAR Reg No 86336  DCrew/86336  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883
Built Whiteinch, Lanarkshire by Aitken and Mansell
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2754 net, 4339 gross
Crew lists: 1883-2, 1884-5, 1886-4, 1887-5, 1888-NA, 1889-4, 1890-3, 1891-5, 1892-5, 1893-5, 1894-6, 1896-NA, 1897-7, 1898-3, 1899-NA, 1900-5, 1901-2, 1902-3, 1903-1, 1904-2, 1906-1, 1907-3
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co; 1897 sold to Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Montreal
Master: 1883-9 H.D. Travers; 1890 Travers, A. McLean Wait; 1891-3 Wait; 1894 E.J. Jones; 1897 J. Morton, F.J. Moseley, J. Tyson 1898-1901 Henry Pybus, Vancouver; 1902-4 S. Batham; 1906 John Henry Davis; 1907 W. Davison
Voyages: 1883-97 Cape mail service; 1898 Vancouver; 1900-1 Vancouver to Hong Kong
Sold to Japanese 1909

TASMANIAN Reg No 21893  DCrew/21893  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1858
Steam
Crew lists: 1863-7, 1864-5, 1866-12, 1867-11, 1868-NA, 1869-10, 1870-2, 1871-7, 1872-11, 1873-10, 1874-10, 1876-NA, 1877-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Thos. Sawyer, Lieut R.N.R; William Vincent, P.M. Woolcott; 1869 E.M. Leeds; 1874 Jas. Moir, E.M. Leeds; 1877 E.C. Kemp
Voyages: W. Indies mail service

TAVISTOCK Reg No 4481  DCrew/4481  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864, transferred from Dartmouth
Built 1829 at Plymouth
Sail
78 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-3, 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-3
Owner: William Allen, 6 Clifford Street, (later Sussex Cottage)
Master: William Allen; 1868 David Pullen, Sussex Cottage, later St. James Street, Southampton; 1870-1 John Gray, Littlehampton
Voyages: 1864 Port Talbot, Neath, Shields, Brixham, London; 1866 Coastal; 1867 Newcastle, Par, Antwerp, Havre, Port Talbot, Guernsey, London, Caen, Rouen, Sunderland; 1868 Southampton, Scilly, Cardiff, Plymouth, Fowey, London, Dunkirk, Southampton, Neath, London, Llanelly, Oban, Ballachulish, Leith; 1869 Leith, London, Swansea, Brixham, Swansea, Plymouth, Par, Stockton; 1870 voyages between Southampton, Cardiff, Saundersfoot, Ipswich Plymouth, and Swansea to Rouen; 1871 coastal and once to Dieppe lost in Bristol Channel 1872

TEES Reg No 99093  DCrew/99093  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1892
Steam
Reg. tons 71 net, 180 gross
Crew lists: 1892-1, -------1901-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1892 James Gordon; 1901 J. Royas
Voyages: 1892 Paisley, Glasgow

TEHERAN Reg No 68538  DCrew/68538  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Dundee 1876
Steam
Reg. tons 1672 net, 2588 gross
Crew lists: 1874-3, 1876-5, 1877-2, 1878-4, 1879-4, 1880-2, 1881-3, 1882-4, 1883-3, 1884-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1874-80 A.H. Johnson (Portswood, later Brixton); 1881-2 Arthur Loggin, Lee, Kent; 1883-4 R.G. Murray
Voyages: 1874-83 Bombay; 1884 European and S.African ports

TEST Reg No 28,101  DCrew/28,101  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1860
Built at Hylton
Sail
66 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1869-2
Owner: W.R. Sharland, Redbridge
Master: Jeremiah Major, Redbridge
Voyages: 1863 regularly to Sunderland; 1864 Southampton, Guernsey, London, Aberdeen, Sunderland, Sheilds, Dundee; 1866-7 Southampton to Sunderland and Sunderland to Arbroath; 1868 Sunderland, Shields, Inverkelling; 1869 Grangemouth, Sunderland, Leith, Shields, Dublin
Ship lost 1869

TEST Reg No 113,341  DCrew/113,341  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1901
30 tons
Crew lists: 1901-1, 1902-2, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-1, 1913-1
Owner: Ed. T. Agius; 1902-13 John James Bayford
Master: 1901-2 Edward Read; 1904-6 T. Ward; 1907-8 Harry Johnson; 1909-12 William Tanner; 1913 Thos. Ward
Voyages: dummy barge

TEUTON (formerly GLENARTNEY) Reg No 60927  DCrew/60927  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1873, transferred from London; re-reg. 1875, 1879
Built 1869 at Dumbarton by Denny Bros; lengthened by same 1874
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 1458 net, 2309 gross (1875 -1466 net, 2312 gross)
Crew lists: 1873-4, 1874-4, 1876-3, 1877-3, 1878-2, 1879-4, 1880-4, 1881-5
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. Ltd
Master: F. Diver, F.A. Coathupe; 1874 F. Diver; 1876-7 Hy. Ballard; 1878 A. Clark; 1879 R.A. Leigh and Sydney R.A. Caines; 1880 Leigh, Edward Manning; 1881 Manning
Voyages: Cape Mail service
Foundered 30 Aug. 1881 with loss of over 140 passengers and many crew

TEUTONIC Reg No 96334  DCrew/96334  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1889
Steam
Reg. tons 4237 net, 9952 gross
Crew lists: 1889-2
Owner: 1889 Ismay, Imrie & Co. (W.S. Graves)
Master: 1889 H. Parsell
Voyages: New York

TEVIOT Reg No 40565  DCrew/40565  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1844
Steam
Reg. tons 1124
Crew lists: 1864-9
Owner: (Royal Mail Company)
Master: Robert Woolward, John Gillies, James Moir, J.J. Hammack
Voyages: W. Indies Mail service; sold at St. Thomas on arrival, 27 Feb. 1864

TEVIOT Reg No 113905  DCrew/113905  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Middlesborough 1902
Steam
Reg. tons 2108 net, 3271 gross
Crew lists: 1902-5, 1903-5, 1904-5, 1906-4, 1907-0, 1908-NA, 1909-4, 1910-3, 1911-3, 1912-3, 1913-5
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1902 R. Hayes; 1903 N.J. Dagnall; 1904 C.P. Langmaid; 1906 S.S. Giliard; 1909-12 L.W. Bolland, 1913 W.E. Smith
Voyages: W. Indies, S. America; 1909 Rio de Janiero, Bahia, Santos, Pernambuco; 1910 Brazil via Swansea; 1911 London to Brazil 1912-13 Newport via Swansea to Brazil

THALIA Reg No 86348  DCrew/86348  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884
Built 1883 at Lymington by G. Inman & Sons
Sail
37 tons
Crew lists: 1883-1, 1884-1, 1886-1
Owner: 1883-6 T.K. Soames, London
Master: 1883-6 B. Dyer, E. Donyland, Essex
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Sold to Italians 1887

THAMES Reg No 25,144  DCrew/25,144  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1849
Steam
Reg. tons 1255
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: (Royal Mail Company)
Master: Ernest West
Voyages: Portugal, W. Indies, N.& S America, Medeira, Azores, Canaries Cape Verde Islands

THAMES Reg No 98056  DCrew/98056  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1890
Steam
Reg. tons 3369 net, 5645 gross
Crew lists: 1890-3, 1891-4, 1892-4, 1893-4, 1894-6, 1896-5, 1897-6, 1898-5, 1899-NA, 1900-5, 1901-5, 1902-5, 1903-6, 1904-9, 1906-11, 1907-5, 1908-10, 1909-5, 1910-4, 1911-8, 1912-6, 1913-6
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1890-4 G.M. Hicks; 1896 Brander; 1897-1900 Frederick Messervy; 1903 F.N. Powles; 1908-9 C.E. Down; 1911 J.M. Watson
Voyages: W. Indies, S. America

THEMIS Reg No 22,537  DCrew/22,537  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built 1854 at Mill wall by J. Scott Russell
Sail, yacht
110 tons
Crew lists: 1866-1, ------ 1870-1
Owner: 1866 Thos. Barnabas Hanham, Blandford, Dorset; 1870 Aaron Pass, 18 Clarence Parade, Southsea;
Master: 1866 T.B. Hanham; 1870 James Stephenson, 4 Albion Street, Leith
Voyages: 1870 Southampton to Christiana de Cunni, then Algoa Bay and Cape of Good Hope or other ports and back for 3 years sold to South African merchants 1872

THIBET Reg No 70628  DCrew/70628  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Dundee 1876
Steam
Reg. tons 1672 net, 2593 gross
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-9, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-1, 1882-1, 1883-5, 1884-0
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1876 E.H. Eastley; 1877 Mark Stewart; 1878 J.H. Torbock, 1880 Torbock, E. Ashdown; 1881 William Robert Jordan; Walter E. Thompson, London
Voyages: 1876-8 Bombay; 1880 London, Southampton, Gibraltar, Malta, Suez, Red Sea, Bombay, Ceylon, Shanghai

THISTLE Reg No 106902  DCrew/106902  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 22net, 32 gross
Crew lists: 1908-1
Owner: Percy Keen, 58 Victoria Street, Westminster
Master: F. Haesslan
Voyages: foundered all Cape Cornwall on voyage from Dunkirk to Para (Brazil) via Swansea, December 1908

THOMAS AND JANE Reg No 7867  DCrew/7867  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1832 (?)
12 tons? (32?)
Crew lists: 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1873-2, 1874-1
Owner: John Gibbens, Itchen Ferry
Master: as owner
Voyages: inside I.W.

THOMAS AND MARY Reg No 3663  DCrew/3663  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862
Built 1828 at Sunderland
Sail
205 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-NA, 1867-NA, 1868-4
Owner: William Hill and nephews, High Street, Southampton; 1868 Isaac Whitfield, 3 Lawrence Street, Sunderland
Master: Richard Rickman, John Street, Northam; 1868 Robert Stephenson and Thomas Shotton, both of Sunderland
Voyages: 1863 11 voyages to Sunderland and 1 to Swansea; 1864 Sunderland and Cardiff; 1868 voyages from Sunderland to New Deep and Sunderland to London; once to Dieppe transferred to Sunderland 1868

TIBER Reg No 13,166  DCrew/13,166  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
167 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-0, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-3
Owner: Thomas Kemp, Richmond Street, Southampton; 1873 Peter Robarge, Guernsey
Master: Thos. Kemp; 1866 George Wilcox, Southampton; 1867-9 Chas. Coughlin, Newport, Mon; 1873 William Noad, Southampton; C. Martin, Guernsey
Voyages: 1863 S. Wales; 1866-70 Newport, with coals; 1871-2 Newport, ballast; 1873 Newport, Penarth, Southampton, Penarth, Guernsey, London, Clackmannan; 1874 Guernsey, London, Shields, Trouville

TIBER (formerly KAIKOURA) Reg No 54619  DCrew/54619  No Date

Contents:
Steam
Reg. tons 974 net, 1591 gross
Crew lists: 1872-2, 1873-8, 1874-8, --- 1878-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1872 Andrew Gillies; 1878 N. Richardson
Voyages: mail service Portugal; 1873 Portugal, Brazils and River Plate; 1874, 1878 Rio de Janeiro

TIGRESS Reg No 114591  DCrew/114591  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
68 tons
Crew lists: 1903-1, 1904-2, ---- 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: C. Kendall, Cross House; 1912 R.E.V. James
Master: 1903 John Smith, Southampton; 1907 C. Kendall
Voyages: inside I.W.

TITAN Reg No 109287  DCrew/109287  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1898
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 54 net, 150 gross
Crew lists: 1898-1, ---- 1904-1, 1906-1, ---- 1910-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co. (from 1900 Union Castle)
Master: 1898 Burt, Southampton; 1904 F.A. Macintosh; 1906 S.E. Turle; 1910 A. Radnesen
Voyages: S. Africa
Broken up 1930

TITANIA Reg No 114568  DCrew/114568  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Steam, yacht
Reg. tons 62 net, 138 gross
Crew lists: 1903-2
Owner: Samuel Taylor Chadwick, Haulfre, Beaumaris
Master: George Robert Pudney, Wivenhoe, Essex
Voyages: pleasure cruising summer, otherwise laid up

TOKOMARU Reg No 99624  DCrew/99624  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894, transferred from Sunderland
Built 1893 at Wallsend by Swan and Hunter
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 4071 net, 6237 gross
Crew lists: 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-1, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-3, 1902-1, 1903-2, 1904-1, 1906-3, 1907-3, 1908-1, 1909-3, 1910-2, 1911-3, 1912-1, 1913-2
Owner: Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.
Master: 1896-1904 Joseph Maxwell; 1907-11 John S. Macfie; 1912-13 R.A. Kelly
Voyages: New Zealand

TRAVANCORE Reg No 60817  DCrew/60817  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Leith
Steam
Reg. tons 1105 net, 1900 gross
Crew lists: 1868-3, -------- 1876-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1868 Robert Methven; 1876 W.B. Andrews
Voyages: 1868, 1876 mail service Gibraltar, Malta, Alexandria

TRENT (formerly VASCO DA GAMA) Reg No 68484  DCrew/68484  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1882
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-4, 1881-5, 1882-7, 1883-5, 1884-4, 1886-3, 1887-7, 1888-5, 1889-NA, 1890-4, 1891-5, 1892-3, 1893-4, 1894-3, 1896-4
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1879 F.A. Horton, J. Brander; 1880 J. Brander; 1881 Brander, A. Hart Dyke; 1882-4 A. Hart Dyke; 1886-7 A.J. Bell; 1888 Chapman; 1890-1 Bell; 1892-4 Miller; 1896 Ridge
Voyages: W. Indies

TRENT Reg No 112664  DCrew/112664  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London
Steam
Reg. tons 3085 net, 5573 gross
Crew lists: 1900-6, 1901-8, 1902-0, 1903-8, 1904-0, 1906-12, 1907-14, 1908-11, 1909-3, 1910-0, 1911-8, 1912-12, 1913-12
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1903, 1906 A.C. Farmer; 1907 J. Prince; 1908-9 H.J. Boly; 1912 Walter S. Mason, S.W.V. Plunkett
Voyages: W. Indies, New York

TREVELYAN Reg No 47368  DCrew/47368  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876, transferred from London
Built 1863 at Sunderland
Sail
1041 tons
Crew lists: 1877-2, 1878-NA, 1879-1, 1880-1, 1881-0, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-1
Owner: Shaw, Savill and Albion Co.
Master: 1877-9 W. Edwards, London; 1880-4 Arthur F. Roberts
Voyages: Australia, New Zealand
Sunk in collision off Berry Head 1883

TRIAD Reg No 124520  DCrew/124520  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1909
Built Dundee
Steam, twin screw, yacht
Reg. tons 427 net, 1182 gross
Crew lists: 1910-1, 1911-0, 1912-1
Owner: 1910 G.A. Shenley; 1912 R.A. Greech
Master: 1910 G.A. Shenley; 1912 M. Sebern
Voyages: cruising
Closed 1916

TRIAL Reg No 25214 (?)  DCrew/25214 (?)  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1849
Sail
30 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1, 1864-1
Owner: 1863 J. Stacey, Southampton; 1864 Thos. Smollett, 22 Cambridge Street
Master: 1863 William Cotton, Cowes; 1864 George Courtney, 11 Melbourne Street
Voyages: coastal; sank 23 Dec. 1864

TRIUMVIRATE Reg No 13,270  DCrew/13,270  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built at Poole
Sail
175 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2
Owner: John Whitmarsh, Mayfield Villa, Totton
Master: George Wilcox, 8 Kingsfield Street, Southampton
Voyages: S. Wales and Co. Durham converted to coal hulk 1864

TRIUNE Reg No 29887  DCrew/29887  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1862
Built 1851 in Portland, America
Sail
207 tons
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: Robert Ekless, Woolston
Master: George White, 19 Grosvenor Street, Southsea
Voyages: Cornwall, Sheilds, Sunderland lost on Owers Shoal 1864

TROJAN Reg No 82404  DCrew/82404  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1880, 1888
Built by J.G. Thomson, Clyde Bank 1880
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2285 net, 3554 gross
Crew lists: 1880-2, 1881-5, 1882-5, 1883-7, 1884-5, 1886-5, 1887-4, 1888-11, 1889-1, 1890-6, 1891-3, 1892-4, 1893-5, 1894-2, 1896-4, 1897-2, 1898-4, 1899-2, 1900-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company (from 1900 Union Castle)
Master: 1880 Chas. D. Coxwell, H. de la Cour Travers; 1881 Coxwell, 1882 Coxwell, Ed. Griffin, George Larmer; 1898 F.S. Kennedy, Southampton; 1899 Bayldon, Southampton; 1900 Cassidy
Voyages: S. Africa
Transferred to Liverpool 1901

TRUE BRITON Reg No 11618  DCrew/11618  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868
32 tons
Crew lists: 1868-1, 1869-4, 1870-2, 1871-3, 1872-2, 1873-3, 1874-3
Owner: G. Locke, Calshot Castle Inn, Southampton
Master: G. Grist, Southampton; 1872 R. Matthews; J.B. Wells, Poole; 1873 James Wells, Poole; 1874 Wells, also George Grist, J. Prince
Voyages: 1868 Cowes, Southampton, Poole, Brading, Newport, Fecamp, Havre, Portsmouth, Cowes, Brussels, London, Guernsey; 1869 similar; 1870 Ipswich, St. Ives, Truro, Cardiff, London, Wachett, Plymouth, and other S. coast ports; 1871 Fowey, Brussels, Liverpool, Runcorn, Faversham, Weymouth, Newhaven (cargoes including flour, plaster of paris, salt); 1872 Newhaven, Portland, Plymouth, Par, Portsmouth, Rochester, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Cowes, Southampton, London, Poole; 1873 Poole (clay). London (wheat), Poole (clay), London (manure), Ryde (ballast), Poole (clay), London (manure), Redbridge (ballast), Poole, London, Trouvilla, Poole, London, St. Valery, Hull, Portsmouth, Poole, Plymouth, Poole, London; 1874 London, Redbridge, Southampton, Eling, Rouen, Plymouth, Southampton, Poole, London, Yarmouth, Poole, London, Poole, London, Southampton, Poole, Plymouth, Poole, London, Southampton

TYNE Reg No 13971  DCrew/13971  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1854
Steam
1207 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-0, 1866-8, ---- 1871-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: John H. Jellicoe; 1871 A.S. Hole
Voyages: 1863 mail service; 1866 W. Indies mail service (years 1863-6); 1871 mail service (years 1867-71)

TYNE Reg No 98900  DCrew/98900  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1891
Steam
615 tons
Crew lists: 1891-1, ----- 1896-3
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1891 Mark Miles; 1896 Herman
Voyages: 1891 Leith to Southampton; 1896 Europe

TYNE Reg No 111255  DCrew/111255  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1900
Reg. tons 2902
Crew lists: 1900-1, 1901-0, 1902-4, 1903-NA, 1904-3, 1906-NA, 1907-2, 1908-3, 1909-3, 1910-5, 1911-5, 1912-5, 1913-3
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1900 Thos. R. Pearce; 1902 Freeman; 1904 J. Thomas; 1907 R.H. Daniel; 1908-10 R.A. Ellis; 1911 F.K. Saunders; 1912 Bernett
Voyages: 1900 Santos, Buenos Aires; 1908-10 Europe; 1913 Swansea, Newport, Brazil

TYRIAN Reg No 97207  DCrew/97207  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1890
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, Screw
Reg. tons 886 net, 1455 gross
Crew lists: 1892-1, 1893-1, 1894-1
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: J. Morton
Voyages: S. Africa transferred to Melbourne 1895

UNA Reg No 124,483  DCrew/124,483  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1907
Built Southampton by J. Pickett, West Quay
Screw
Reg. tons 1 net, 47 gross
Crew lists: 1907-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: George Pollard, 16 Avenue Road, Itchen
Voyage: Southampton to Rio de Janeiro
Sold to Brazilian 1925

UNION Reg No 25,117  DCrew/25,117  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1858
Steam
Reg. tons 210
Crew lists: 1864-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: George Bain
Voyages: Southampton to Mauritius, then between Mauritius and Reunion or elsewhere in Indian and China Seas as required by mail service

UNION Reg No 76845  DCrew/76845  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878
Built Whiteinch, Glasgow by Aitken and Mansell
Steam
Reg. tons 49 net, 113 gross
Crew lists: 1878-1, 1879 ----- 1893-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Co.
Master: 1878-9 Henry Owen; 1893 H. Thacker
Voyages: S. Africa
Wrecked E. Africa 1894

UNKNOWN Reg No 82411  DCrew/82411  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1880
Built 1876 at Southampton by Foote
Sail
15 tons
Crew lists: 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-1
Owner: 1881-3 J. Lock, Warsash and R.W.E. Richardson, South over Rectory, Lewes; 1884, 1886 W.M. Stewart
Master: 1881-3 George Burtenshaw, Littlehampton; 1884, 1886 as owner
Voyages: cruising
Transferred to Guernsey 1887

URSULINE Reg No 21686  DCrew/21686  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858, 1869
Built 1858 at Lymington by George Inman
Sail
55 tons (1869 - 68)
Crew lists: 1869-1, 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, ----- 1877-2, 1878-1, ----- 1896-1
Owner: 1869 Henry Villebois, 23 Belgrave Square, Southampton; 1870 W.C. Smith; 1872 A. Paterson; 1896 H. Wolffron, 9 Bow Street, London
Master: Henry Wiblin, Plymouth; 1877 R. Corke, Cowes; 1878 F. Lebborn, Greenock; 1896 S. James, Portsmouth
Voyages: cruising
Sold foreign 1899

UZZIEL Reg No 4547  DCrew/4547  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Salcombe 1847
Sail, fishing boat
59 tons
Crew lists: 1888-1, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-0, 1893-1, 1894-0, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-0, 1899-0, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-1, 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2
Owner: 1888-97 Jn. Scovell Jun., Hamble; 1900-2 Jn. Scovell; 1903-7 A.W. Fisher, St Mary at Hill; 1908-12 G. Coverly, Dorescourt, Harwich
Master: 1888-92 Edward Pewter, Woolston; 1896-1901, 1903 Hiram Spencer, Warsash; 1902, 1904, A.M. Fisher; 1907 E. French; J. Williams, Hamble; 1909 Benjamin Mills, Harwich; 1910 Edward Ward, Aldeburgh; Chas Smith, Harwich
Voyages: 1888 fishing; 1889 oyster and other fishing- 1890 lobster and oyster fishing; 1891 oyster fishing N. Sea and lobsters, Irish coast; 1893 laid up; 1896-7, 1900 fishing; 1909 fishing E. coast England, S.W. coast Ireland; 1912 laid up Harwich to May; store ship for lobsters Valencia, June to September; back to Harwich, fishing N. Sea with long line Nov. 9-26; refitting Harwich

VALETTA Reg No 25157 (?)  DCrew/25157 (?)  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1853, 1866
Steam
Reg. tons 570 (1866 - 613)
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: William Hoskins Roberts; 1864 Neil Cook, Rothsay Villa, Totton
Voyages: Mediterranean mail service

VANDYCK Reg No 131378  DCrew/131378  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool. 1911
Steam
Crew lists: 1912-8, 1913-7
Owner: Lamport and Holt Ltd, (Liverpool, Brazil and River Plate Steam Navigation Co.)
Master: A. Cadogan
Voyages: Brazil and River Plate

VANESSA Reg. no 16292  DCrew/16292  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built 1856 at Sunderland by Brown and Johnson
Sail
187 tons
Crew lists: 1876-1, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2
Owner: J.H. Hill, Gloster Square, Southampton
Master: 1876, 1883 Thos. Abbott, Southampton; 1886-7 Ernest Hill, Woolston
Voyages: 1876 home trade; 1877-87 Southampton to Sunderland converted to ballast barge 1895

VANESSA Reg No 114563  DCrew/114563  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton
Reg. tons 77 net, 202 gross
Crew lists: 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-0, 1907-1
Owner: Executors of late Edward Bowlby - Essex
Master: L.C. Cockrell - Essex
Voyages: ---------

VAUBAN (later ALCALA) Reg No 131432  DCrew/131432  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Liverpool 1912
Steam
Reg. tons 6536 net, 10420 gross
Crew lists: 1912-9, 1913-2
Owner: Lamport and Holt Ltd (Brazil and River Plate St. Nav. Co.)
Master: J. Bryce
Voyages: S. America from Liverpool, Southampton, Belfast

VECTIS Reg No 2529  DCrew/2529  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1854
192 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-2, 1868-2, 1870-2, 1871-1
Owner: George Street, Hanover Buildings, Southampton; 1868 George Waldie of same address; 1870 R. Kingston, Dartmouth
Master: John G. King, 50 Bevois Street, Southampton; 1868 John Colson, Bath Road, Southampton; 1870-1 John Oats, Plymouth
Voyages: 1863 Jan-June 24 voyages to Sunderland and 2 to Cardiff; July-Dec. 2 to Sunderland; 1864 Hartlepool and Sunderland; 1864 Sunderland and 1 to Cardiff; 1867 Swansea, Sunderland; 1868 Briton Ferry, Sunderland, Swansea, Honfleur, Swansea, Plymouth, ports in Azores; 1871 Portugal

VECTIS Reg No 25135  DCrew/25135  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1853
Steam
602 tons
Crew lists: 1864-2, 1866-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: John Almond, Chas Hubert Roskell
Voyages: mail service Marseilles, Alexandria

VECTIS Reg No 56125  DCrew/56125  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866, 1888
Built at Cowes 1866 by John White
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 86 net, 137 gross (1888-49 net, 122 gross)
Crew lists: 1867-2, 1868-NA, 1869-NA, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-3, 1877-0, 1878-2, 1879-0, (1880-1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360) ---- 1896-2, ----- 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2
Owner: Southampton I.W. and S. of Eng. Company
Master: 1867, 1870-1 John Muston; 1874 George Clarke; (1880-1891 see CARISBROOKE DCrew/72360); 1906-10 George Reed
Voyages: Solent and surrounding area with passengers
Broken up 1911

VECTIS Reg No 76835  DCrew/76835  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built Sunderland by James Long
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 610 net, 950 gross
Crew lists: 1877-1, 1878-8
Owner; J.L Hill and J.G, Hill, Southampton
Master: Thos. Taylor, Sunderland
Voyages: 1877 Portsmouth, Cardiff, London, Tyneside, Emden, Hamburg, Bologne, Le Havre; 1878 coastal and Brindisi, Copenhagen
Transferred to Sunderland 1879

VENDETTA Reg No 98864  DCrew/98864  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Southampton by Summers & Payne
Sail
41 tons
Crew lists: 1893-1, 1894-2
Owner: E. Simpson, Baldock, Herts.
Master: Benj. Fenn, Brightlingsea
Voyages: cruising

VENETIA Reg No 68388  DCrew/68388  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1873
Steam
Reg. tons 1728 net, 2726 gross
Crew lists: 1873-3, 1874-8, 1876-2, 1877-3, 1878-4, 1879-0, 1880-3, 1881-0, 1882-1, 1883-0, 1884-5 ----- 1890-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1873 William Collier Angone, Portswood; 1876 George J. Babot; 1877 Babot, Edward Ashdown; 1878 C.G, Perrins, W.B. Andrews; 1880 Perrins, Julius Osman; 1882, 1884 A.B. Daniell; 1890 E.H.? Weston
Voyages: India, China, New Zealand

VENTNOR Reg No 62232  DCrew/62232  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872
Built Sunderland by Doxford & Son
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 542 net, 856 gross
Crew lists: 1872-4, 1873-10, 1874-6, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-3, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-NA, 1883-2, 1884-2
Owner: John George Hill, Sunderland; 1883 J.H.Hill, Gloucester Square, Southampton
Master: 1872 Chas. Darnell; 1873 William Gardner, Darnell; 1878 William Gardener, Cardiff; 1879 Gardener, George F. Davidson; 1880-4 Gardener
Voyages: Sunderland, Southampton, Cardiff; Sunderland to Hamburg (16); Shields to Hamburg (4), Cardiff, Portsmouth, Cardiff, Southampton, Cardiff, Hamburg, Sunderland, Southampton, Cardiff, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Southampton, Bremerhaven, Cardiff; 1873 Cardiff, Havre, Hamburg, Sunderland; 1874 Hamburg, Cardiff; 1876-7 Cardiff, Plymouth, Havre, Sunderland, London; 1878 Black Sea; 1879 Cardiff, Havre; 1880 Cardiff, Dieppe, Havre, Plymouth, Bantry Bay, Penarth; 1881 Newport, Havre; 1883 coasting; 1884 coasting U.K.; sunk in Bristol Channel 1885

VENTURA Reg No 92002  DCrew/92002  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Steam
Reg. tons 52 net, 67 gross
Crew lists: 1893-2, 1897-1, ---- 1901-2
Owner: 1893 R.W. Beale, Southampton; 1897 L.D. Cunliffe, Leadenhall Street, London; 1901 Chas. James Kinaham, Carlton Club, London
Master: 1893 Richard Garnett, Warsash; 1897 Edwin Chapple, Southampton; 1901 Ephraim Charles Bowles, Wivenhoe
Voyages: cruising

VENUS Reg No 26670  DCrew/26670  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1869, transferred from London
Built 1838 at Chepstow
Sail
181 tons
Crew lists: 1869-3, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-NA, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2 1877-1
Owner: Thomas Kemp, Richmond Street, Southampton
Master: 1869 John Walters; Thos Hulman, Southampton; 1870-6 Hulman
Voyages: 1870-1 Southampton to Newport (coal and ballast); 1873 Southampton to Newport, Southampton to Penarth (7 trips, coal and ballast); 1874 Southampton to Penarth; 1876 Penarth, Sunderland, Swansea, Newcastle; 1877 Newcastle to Honfleur
Sold foreign 1877

VERA (formerly LORNA to 1885, foreign name ANTELOPE) Reg No 68577  DCrew/68577  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1883, formerly reg. Portsmouth, foreign for a time
Built 1875 at Gosport by Camper and Nicholson
Sail, yacht
35 tons
Crew list: 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2
Owner: T. Ferrell, London
Master: R. Hazelton, Brightlingsea
Voyages: cruising

VERONA Reg No 81791  DCrew/81791  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock 1897
Steam
Reg. tons 1984 net, 3116 gross
Crew lists: 1880-4, 1881-6, 1882-3, 1883-4, 1884-0, 1886-7, 1887-6, 1888-5, -------- 1898-1
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1880 William Barratt; 1881-2 Edward Ashdown; 1883 G.W. Atkinson; 1898 E.R. Dowell
Voyages: India, Australia; 1898 Bombay (Imperial Trooping Service)

VERONA Reg No 98849  DCrew/98849  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Greenock
Steam
Reg. tons 156 net, 331 gross
Crew lists: 1904-1
Owner: Lieut Col. Meeking, Colnbrook, Bucks
Master: Robert Humphries, Southsea
Voyages: -----

VESPER Reg No 76852  DCrew/76852  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879
Built 1851 at Northam by Robie & Son
Sail, yacht
16 tons
Crew lists: 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-1, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-1, ---- 1890-1
Owner: 1880-6 Andrew Simon Lamb, London; 1890 R.Matthews, London
Master: 1880-6 as owner; 1890 W. Richard, Southampton
Voyages: cruising

VESTAL Reg No 25156  DCrew/25156  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
32 tons
Crew lists: 1871-1, 1872-1, 1876-1, 1877-1, 1878-2
Owner: George Drover; 1876 Sir Thos. Erskine, Fifeshire
Master: as owner: 1876, 1878 Charles Baines, Brightlingsea
Voyages: cruising

VICTORIA Reg No 106904  DCrew/106904  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1896
Built Clydebank by J & G. Thomson
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 156 net, 709 gross
Crew lists: 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-NA, 1908-1, 1909-1
Owner: L.S.W. Railway Co.
Master: 1904 A.H. Stride; 1906 H.D. Lawrey, Plymouth; 1908 Fred Parker; 1909 G.E. Wareham, Southampton
Voyages: home trade; 1906 between Torquay, Plymouth, Falmouth, Fowey and mail tender in Plymouth Sound; 1909 Plymouth to Southampton

VICTORY Reg No 27,401  DCrew/27,401  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1859
Built Chapel by George Donkin
Sail
74 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2
Owner: James Leaity, Falmouth
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1863 Seville and Spain from Shields and Llanelly; 1864
Newport to Cadiz, ports in Spain and Portugal
Transferred to Falmouth 1864

VIKING Reg No 56122  DCrew/56122  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built Lymington
Sail
30 tons
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, ----- 1884-1
Owner: W.N. Lanning?, Brighton; 1873 Sir E.K. Erskine; 1876 R.H. Alexander; 1879 J. Primrose, Sheffield; 1884 F.W. Primrose, Ventnor
Master: Charles Chamberlain, Brightlingsea; 1874 Thos. Jn. Sawyer, Brightlingsea; 1884 W.G. Rand, Wivenhoe
Voyages: cruising
Sold to foreigner 1888

VIRAGO Reg No 51293  DCrew/51293  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1866
Built Hythe
Sail
28 tons
Crew lists: 1874-2, 1876-2
Owner: A.& M Herschell
Master: 1874 Elias Norfolk, Liverpool; 1876 J. Scott and Charles Brown, Both of Liverpool
Voyages: 1874 W. coast of Africa; 1876 Liverpool to Fernando Po Wrecked 1876

VISIGOTH Reg No 119734  DCrew/119734  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1906
Built Dumbarton by A. McMillan & Son Ltd
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 2613 net, 4094 gross
Crew lists: 1908-1, 1909-2, 1910-5, 1911-1, 1912-2
Owner: Nomadic Steamship Co. Ltd, London, Sold to Helmsdale Steamship Co, Glasgow 1915
Master: William Rule
Voyages: 1908 Greenock to San Francisco; 1909 Cardiff to Calcutta; 1910 Brazil; 1911 Cardiff to Colombo
Transferred to Glasgow 1915

VIXEN (no Number)  [no ref.]  No Date

Contents:
(not registered)
Crew lists: 1883-1
Owner: Robert Croucher, Newport, I.W.
Master: as owner
Voyages: 1883 between Newport and Portsmouth

VOLATILE (foreign name DRAGON) Reg No 97735  DCrew/97735  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893 (Shoreham 1891, then foreign)
Built 1891 at Shoreham
Sail, yacht
14 tons
Crew lists: 1896-2, ----- 1909-1
Owner: 1896 J.H. Gretton, London; 1909 Claud Jones, London
Master: 1896 as owner: 1909 E.B. Page, London
Voyages: 1896 Cruising; 1909 Southampton to Naples
Sold to Italian 1909

VULCAN Reg No 72344  DCrew/72344  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1875
Sail
17 tons
Crew lists: 1890-1, -----, 1896-2, 1897-1, 1898-0, 1899-2, 1900-0, 1901-2, 1902-0, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-0, 1907-2, 1908-2, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: 1890-9 H. Dimmick, Warsash; 1901-4 A. Silvester; 1907-1913 H.J. Buckett
Master: 1890-7 Walter West; 1899 Thos. Hillyer, Warsash; 1901 A. Silvester; 1903 Hilyer, Silvester; 1904 Silvester; 1907-9 H.J. Buckett; 1910 R. Bevis; 1911-13 H. Buckett
Voyages: fishing in Southampton and Lymington area

VULCAN Reg No 98861  DCrew/98861  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893
Built Whiteinch by Barclay Curle & Co.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 4 net, 288 gross
Crew lists: 1893-2, 1894-2, 1896-2, 1897-2, 1898-2, 1899-2, 1900-2, 1901-2, 1902-2, 1903-2, 1904-2, 1906-2, 1907-2, 1908-NA, 1909-2, 1910-2, 1911-1, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Southampton, I.W. and S. Eng. R.M.S.P. Company
Master: 1893-4 Henry Cockett; 1898-9 George Ellesmore, Southampton; 1900-4 James H. Cooper, Southampton; 1906-10 George Ellesmore; 1911-12 Charles Gale; 1913 Francis W.H. Mason
Voyages: Towing & carrying passengers

WAIMANA (later HERMINIUS 1926, WAIMANA 1932) Reg No 131795  DCrew/131795  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1911
Built Belfast by Workman, Clark & Co.
Steam, twin screw
Reg. tons 6734 net, 10388 gross
Crew lists: 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.
Master: W. Burvill Holmes
Voyages: New Zealand

WALMER CASTLE Reg No 114839  DCrew/114839  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1902
Steam
Reg. tons 6463 net, 12546 gross
Crew lists: 1903-27, 1904-22, 1906-5, 1907-17, 1908-19, 1909-18, 1910-19, 1911-5, 1912-18, 1913-15
Owner: Union Castle Steam Ship Company (Donald Currie & Co.)
Master: 1903 J.C. Robinson; 1904, 1906 R. Rendall; 1908 J.W. Creaghe; 1910-13 S.C. Brown
Voyages: S. Africa

WALRUS Reg No 76827  DCrew/76827  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877
Built Northam by James Dummer, Yachtbuilder
Sail
71 tons
Crew lists: 1877-2, ----- 1884-3, 1886-0, 1887-1, ---- 1892-2
Owner: 1877, 1884 F.J.L. Blackwood, Bitterne; 1887, 1892 W.C.B. Stamp
Master: 1877 F.C. Jimpson; 1884 Frank Pearman; 1887, 1892 Benj. Walford, Rowhedge
Voyages: yachting
Sold to foreigner 1896

WANDERER Reg No 5219  DCrew/5219  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1877, transferred from Rye
Built 1840 at Hastings
Sail
114 tons
Crew lists: 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-1
Owner: 1877 Pearce Bros, Above Bar, Southampton; 1880 George Widger, Britannia Wharf
Master: 1877-9 John Dunk, Hastings; John Lonnen and George Smith, Bitterne; 1881 Thos. Blundell, Mount Street
Voyages: 1877 Hartlepool, Seaham, Middlesborough; 1878-80 Middlesborough, Newcastle, Cardiff; 1881 Sunderland
Lost 1881

WATERLILY Reg No 68839  DCrew/68839  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874, 1875, 1881
Built Gosport 1874 by A. Fisher, engines by Hayball, Lymington
Steam, twin screw, yacht
Reg. tons 15 net, 31 gross
Crew lists: 1877-1, 1878-1, 1879-NA, 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-0, 1891-1, 1904-1
Owner: 1877-89 Arthur Kavanagh, Co. Carlow, Ireland; 1891 Droyte Bullock; 1904 Frank Howard Bussy
Master: 1877-91 John Bran, Woodside, Lymington; 1904 F.H. Bussy
Voyages: cruising

WAVE QUEEN Reg No 72363  DCrew/72363  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1876
Built Northam by D.G. Hatcher
Sail
25 tons
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-3, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-0, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2,
Owner: 1876 Sir J.G.N. Alleyne, Derbyshire
Master: Richard Garnett, Southampton
Voyages: cruising
Broken up 1912

WAVERLEY Reg No 19076  DCrew/19076  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868, transferred from Carlisle
Built 1865 at Pocat House, Lanark
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 276 net, 592 gross
Crew lists: 1869-5, 1870-4, 1871-4, 1872-4, 1873-2
Owner: L & S.W. Railway Company
Master: Robert Charles Mabb, 51 St. Andrews Road, Southampton
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Island & Le Havre
Lost Guernsey 1873

WAYWARD Reg No 110254  DCrew/110254  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1899
Built Southampton by Summers & Payne
Steam, screw, yacht
Reg. tons 9 net, 21 gross
Crew lists: 1899-1, 1900-1
Owner: Charles Arthur Fletcher, Jersey
Master: as owner
Voyages: yachting

WEAR Reg No 99094  DCrew/99094  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1892
Steam
Reg. tons 180
Crew lists: 1901-1
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: Thomas King
Voyages: ----

WELFARE Reg No 52979  DCrew/52979  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1878, transferred from Colchester
Built 1865 at Brightlingsea, Essex
Sail
20 tons
Crew lists: 1890-2, 1891-1
Owner: 1890 James John Mears, Warsash; 1891 Henry Mears, Titchfield
Master: as owner
Voyages: fishing
Broken up 1900

WEYMOUTH Reg No 104,422  DCrew/104,422  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1912, transferred from Weymouth
Built 1894 at Portsmouth
Sail
72 tons
Crew lists: 1913-1
Owner: R.E.V. James, London
Master: ----
Voyages: within I.W. - open lighter, no crew

WICKHAM Reg No 62218  DCrew/62218  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1870, formerly Revenue Cruiser
Built at Poole by Perry
Sail
55 tons
Crew lists: 1870-1
Owner: G. Voller, High Street, Southampton
Master: W. Smith, Bell Street, Southampton
Voyages: 1870 3 trips to Montrose

WILD DAISY Reg No 94511  DCrew/94511  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1888
Built Southampton by James Dible & Sons
Sail
99 tons
Crew lists: 1888-1, 1889-NB, 1890-1, 1891-1, 1892-NA, 1893-1
Owner: James Dible & Sons
Master: Hitchins, Cardiff
Voyages: 1888, 1890 Southampton to Cardiff; 1891 Cadiz; 1893 Runcorn to New foundland
Lost on Spotted Island, Labrador 1895

WILD ROSE Reg No 82414  DCrew/82414  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881
Built Lymington by G. Inman & Sons
Sail
66 tons
Crew lists: 1881-1, 1882-1, 1883-1, ---- 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2
Owner: 1881, 1888 William O'Connor, Kingstown Co. Dublin; 1889-90 W.G.King, London
Master: 1881-2 Alfred Matthews, Southampton; 1883 W. O'Connor; 1890 as owner
Voyages: cruising

WILD ROSE (Changed to MONARINA 1908 back to WILD ROSE 1909) Reg No 85817  DCrew/85817  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1893, transferred from Bristol
Built 1883 at Lymington by G. Inman & Son
Steam, screw
Reg, tons 54 net, 84 gross
Crew lists: 1890-2, ---- 1893-2, ---- 1898-1, 1899-NA, 1900-2, 1901-0, 1902-1, 1903-2
Owner: 1890 F.J. King; 1893-1903 G. Troyle Chafyn Grose, Yeovil
Master: 1890 F.J. King; 1893-1900 J. Sweetman; 1902-3 W.G. Holdaway
Voyages: cruising
Sold to Frenchman 1912

WILLOW WREN Reg No 92041  DCrew/92041  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1886
Built Southampton by Payne & Sons
Sail, yacht
30 tons
Crew lists: 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-2, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-NA, 1896-2, 1897-2
Owner: Philip Patmore, Essex
Master: as owner
Voyages: cruising

WINCHESTER Reg No 56131  DCrew/56131  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867
Built at Northam
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 431 net, 634 gross
Crew lists: 1867-9
Owner: Southampton Steam Collier & Coal Company (Mark Capper)
Master: Chas. Gill, Fanshawe Street, Southampton; Thos Scott, London
Voyages: Cardiff, Shields, Hamburg
Lost in Baltic 1867

WINNIE Reg No 76847  DCrew/76847  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879
Built Northam 1854 by D Hatcher
Sail
22 tons
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-1, ---- 1890-1, 1891-NA, 1892-2, 1893-2, 1894-2
Owner: 1879 Henry Smith Wright, Lyndhurst, Barrister; 1890-4 E.W.Williamson, Southampton
Master: 1879-82 George Wilson, Lymington; 1890-4 C. Gentry
Voyages: cruising

WINNIE Reg No 88714  DCrew/88714  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1897, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1881 at Freckleton, Lancs
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 33 net, 53 gross
Crew lists: 1909-1
Owner: G. Kendall
Master: As owner
Voyages: ------
(Barge, no crew, broken up 1912)

WINTONIA (formerly LADYE MAISRY until 1895) Reg No 104033  DCrew/104033  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1894
Built Southampton by Day Summers & Co.
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 109 net, 168 gross
Crew lists: 1894-2, 1896-3, 1897-1, 1898-2, 1899-1, 1900-1, 1901-1, 1902-1, 1903-1, 1904-1, 1906-0, 1907-1, 1908-0, 1910-1
Owner: 1894 Joseph Gibbins, Southampton; 1896-1910 Francis Hill Puntan (1896 The Lawn, Winchester, then Aberlady, E. Lothian)
Master: 1894 Harry Thompson; 1896 John S. Kendall, Woolston; Hy. J. Laws; 1900 Kemball; 1901, 1908 Charles Dimmick; 1910 Hy. J. Laws
Voyages: yachting
Transferred to Hull 1915

WOLF Reg No 44818  DCrew/44818  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1871 1873, 1883, 1888
Built 1863 at Glasgow by Robert Napier & Son
Steam, paddle
Reg. tons 420 net, 727 gross (1888-309 net, 731 gross)
Crew lists: 1871-4, 1872-4, 1873-4, 1874-NA, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA 1880-2, 1881-2, (1882-1891 see ALDERNEY DCrew/72346)
Owner: London and S.W. Railway Company
Master: 1871-83 George Hy. Lewis; 1886 Lewis, F. Allix; 1887-91 Lewis
Voyages: Southampton, Channel Islands, France
Broken up 1897

WONDER Reg No 13,825  DCrew/13,825  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1855
Steam
Reg. tons 137
Crew list: 1863-1, 1864-1, 1866-0, 1867-1, 1868-2, 1869-2
Owner: L.S.W. Railway Co. (E.K. Corke)
Master: E.B. Clement, Freemantle, Southampton (later Jersey)
Voyages: 1863 Southampton, Channel Islands, St. Malo; 1867-9 between Jersey and St. Malo

WOODBINE Reg No 82419  DCrew/82419  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1881
Built Northam by A. Payne & Sons
Sail, yacht
27 tons
Crew lists: 1881-1, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-1, 1887-1, 1888-1, 1889-1
Owner: 1881-8 Philip Patmore, Creeksea, Essex; 1889 Edwin Lapthorn Gosport
Master: 1881-8 as owner; 1889 John McCallum, Gosport
Voyages: cruising

WOODLANDS Reg No 19844  DCrew/19844  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858, 1869
Built Eling by George Light 1858
Sail
118 tons
Crew lists: 1863-2, 1864-2, 1866-2, 1867-3, 1868-2, 1869-4, 1870-4, 1871-3, 1872-2, 1873-1, 1874-3, 1876-NA, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-NA, 1881-2, 1882-1
Owner: John Harris, Clovelly, Devon
Master: John Pengelly, Aberavon (later Port Talbot, Clovelly)
Voyages: 1863 Liverpool, Shields, Plymouth, Runcorn, Whitehaven, Port Talbot etc; 1864 Cardiff, Hamburg, Newcastle, Southampton, Port Talbot, Liverpool, Barrow, Greenock, Swansea, Bristol; 1866-7 S. Wales, Normandy, Co. Durham, Plymouth Etc - mainly coal; 1868 Bideford, Port Talbot, Kingstown, Barrow, Porthcawl, Belfast, Harrington, Dunkirk, London, Bristol; 1869 Port Talbot, Kingstown, Barrow, Caen, Liverpool to Dublin; 1870 voyages between Neath, Caen, Dublin, Plymouth, Swansea, Dartmouth, Trouville, Glasgow; 1873-82 similar foundered 1882

WOODSIDE Reg No 5398  DCrew/5398  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built 1854 at Tyne Main, Durham
Sail
51 tons
Crew lists: 1863-1
Owner: Molland & Sons, Bevois Street, Southampton
Master: Aaron Wild, then William Henry Cole, both of Bevois Street, Southampton
Voyages: Lymington, Guernsey,
Wrecked Portland 19 May 1863

WYE Reg No 40555  DCrew/40555  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1854
Steam
Reg. tons 511
Crew lists: 1863-2, ------ 1867-2
Owner: Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Master: P.M. Woolcott. Edward Clark, Jas. Thwaites, Henry P. Lewis etc.; 1867 Chas. Taylor, Joseph Thwaites
Voyages: June 1863 de parted Southampton for W. Indies, returned Southampton May 1863; 1867 similar

YARE (Formerly NORFOLK) Reg No 92965  DCrew/92965  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Reg. tons 149 net, 299 gross
Crew lists: 1901-1, ------- 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Royal Mail Company
Master: 1901 Owen Lewis; 1910 E.A. Turner; 1911Charles Wilson; 1912-13 A.C. Falconer
Voyages: ----

YORK CASTLE Reg No 112849  DCrew/112849  No Date

Contents:
Reg. London 1901
Steam
Reg. tons 3466 net, 5310 gross
Crew lists: 1902-2, 1903-0, 1904-2, 1906-1, 1907-NA, 1908-1, 1909-NA, 1910-2, 1911-2, 1912-2, 1913-2
Owner: Union Castle Company (Donald Currie & Co.)
Master: 1902, 1904 E.W. Freeman; 1906, 1908 Henry M. Coursi; 1910-13 Ernest Mais
Voyages: 1911 New York to E. Africa; 1912 New York, Portugal, S. Africa

YOUR NAME Reg No 19626  DCrew/19626  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1867, transferred from Portsmouth
Built 1846 at Portsmouth
Sail
31 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1869-2, 1870-2, 1871-2, 1872-2, 1873-NA, 1874-2, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-NA, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-NA, 1882-2, 1883-2, 1884-2, 1886-2, 1887-2, 1888-2, 1889-NA, 1890-2, 1891-2, 1892-2, 1893-2
Owner: 1868 Samuel Nutman, Lyme Regis; 1871-93 W. Wallis, Lyme
Master: 1868 as owner; 1870-1 Charles Burt; 1876-92 Thos. Searle, The Cobb, Lyme Regis; 1893 J.C.Hamyes
Voyages: 1868 Bridport, Weymouth, Portland, Plymouth, London; 1869 Bridport, Portland, Dover, London, Weymouth, Salcombe; 1870 Lyme, Plymouth, Bridport, Portland, London; 1874 Lyme, Plymouth, Southampton; 1876 Lyme, Falmouth, Southampton; 1877, 1879 Plymouth, Lyme; 1880 Southampton, Plymouth, 1882 Plymouth, Lyme; 1883 Plymouth, Lyme (stone); 1886-8 Lyme, Plymouth, Southampton; 1890 Newcastle to Lyme Regis; 1891 Plymouth to Lyme Regis in stone (and brick) trade; 1892-3 home trade

ZAMBESI Reg No 68413  DCrew/68413  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Glasgow 1873
Steam
Reg. tons 1542 net, 2431 gross
Crew lists: 1873-4, 1874-5, 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-5, 1879-4, 1880-1, 1881-2
Owner: P & O Company
Master: 1873 C.F. Cates, Clapham; 1876-80 Alfred Symons, Southampton; 1881 Symons, L.H. Knowle
Voyages: 1873-7 Bombay; 1878-81 Bombay, New Zealand

ZEALOUS Reg No 4565  DCrew/4565  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1868, transferred from Dartmouth
Built 1812 at Brixham
Sail
27 tons
Crew lists: 1868-2, 1869-NA, 1870-2
Owner: John Barnett, 21 Marine Parade, Southampton; 1870 Edward Spencer, Freshwater, I.W. then Walter Woodnut, Newport
Master: 1868 Edmond Osman, Southampton; 1870 as owner
Voyages: 1869 Southampton, Plymouth, Dover Etc; 1870 laid up Southampton until June, then sailed to Plymouth; from June laid up at Southampton for sale converted to hulk 1872

ZEBIDEE Reg No 4549  DCrew/4549  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1879, transferred from Salcombe
Built 1852 at Salcombe
Sail
39 tons
Crew lists: 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, ----- 1886-2, 1887-0, 1888-1, 1889-2, -------, 1893-1
Owner: Scovell's Hamble fisheries Co. Ltd; 1888 Jn Scovell Junior
Master: 1879-80 William Distin, Hamble; 1881 Richard Chissel, Ed. Pewter; 1882 R. Chissel; 1884 Robert Williams, Hamble; 1888-9 William Bedbrook, Hamble
Voyages: fishing; 1888 fishing near Scilly Isles; 1889 oyster fishing; 1893 laid up broken up 1896

ZELIA Reg No 47978  DCrew/47978  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1864
Built at Lymington
Sail
90 tons (1867-107)
Crew lists: 1867-1, 1868-NA, 1869-1, 1870-2, ------- 1877-1, 1878-2, 1879-2, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-0, 1883-2, 1884-2, ------, 1889-1, 1892-2, 1893-1
Owner: J. Richardson; 1878 R.A. Mangin Jun, Carlton Club; 1883-92 Martin Ridley Smith; 1893 Townsend Bros., London
Master: 1867 Henry Bridge; 1869 Charles Bright, Yarmouth; 1877-81 Jn. Matthews, W. Cowes; 1883-92 Absalom Blachford; 1893 John B. Douance
Voyages: Cruising; 1893 Southampton to Falkland Islands

ZENOBIA (changed to CHINA 1912) Reg No 68836  DCrew/68836  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1874
Built at Northam by Alfred Payne
Steam, screw
58 tons
Crew lists: 1876-2, 1877-2, 1878-2, 1879-NA, 1880-2, 1881-2, 1882-2, 1883-1, 1884-1
Owner: 1876 John Tempest, Little Eaton House nr Derby; 1882-3 R. Harvey, executor of J. Tempest; 1884 T.L. Stubb
Master: 1876-83 William Ed. White, Ryde
Voyages: pleasure cruising

ZINAIDA (formerly CAROLINE) Reg No 84262  DCrew/84262  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1884, transferred from Cowes
Built 1882 at W. Cowes by William White & Sons
Steam, screw
Reg. tons 42 net, 62 gross
Crew lists: 1892-1, 1893-2, 1894-0, 1896-1, 1897-0, 1898-1
Owner: 1892-3 J. Guedalla, London; 1896 Executors of J. Guedalla; 1898 Alexander Bulley, Southampton
Master: 1892-3, W.J. Bulley, Southampton; 1896 Henry Charles Waldron, Southampton
Voyages: pleasure cruising

ZOE Reg No 19846  DCrew/19846  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1858
Built Lymington by George Inman
Sail
88 tons
Crew lists: 1870-1, 1871-1, 1872-2, 1873-1
Owner: Lewis Upton, Barnes, Surrey
Master: William McNellie, Marchwood; 1872 Lewis Upton; G. Painey, Brixham
Voyages: pleasure cruising
Transferred to Hull 1881

ZOUAVE Reg No 18154  DCrew/18154  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1857
Built Lymington by George Inman
Sail
51 tons
Crew lists: 1872-1, 1873-2, 1874-2, 1876-0, 1877-1, ------- 1891-2, 1892-0, 1893-1
Owner: Sir A.E.F. Cockburn, 40 Hertford Street, Mayfair; 1891 Richard Holman, London, then R.W. King, Bristol
Master: William Henry Southcott, St. Helens; 1873 Southcott and Jos. Jones, St. Helens; 1874 Southcott; 1877 Frederick Adams, Freemantle; 1891 George Maunder, Dartmouth, then A.W. Pople, Bristol; 1893 J. Brooking
Voyages: 1872-7 pleasure cruising; laid up Sept 1890-June 1891 at Dartmouth; Nov. 1891 Bristol to W. coast of Africa; 1893 Africa
Reg. cancelled 1896

ZULU Reg No 62238  DCrew/62238  No Date

Contents:
Reg. Southampton 1872, 1877
Built Sunderland by T.R.Oswald
Steam, screw
Reg. tons. 678 net, 944 gross
Crew lists: 1874-2, 1876-1, 1877-2
Owner: Union Steam Ship Company; 1877 David Sassoon & Co.
Master: S.J. Valler; 1876 H. de la Cour Travers; 1877 H.R. Miles
Voyages: 1874 intercontinental mail service, S. Africa; 1876 Cape Town; 1877 Southampton, Cardiff, Bombay, wrecked 1877

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