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Reference B/BROC
Covering dates 1734-1967
Held by National Museums Liverpool, Maritime Archives and Library
Extent 16 Series
Creators T and J Brocklebank Ltd

Administrative history:
Introduction
The firm of T. & J. Brocklebank Ltd., was one of the oldest in shipping with its origin dating back to the late eighteenth century. The firm was formed in 1801 when the two sons of the founder of the business, Thomas and John, took control following their father's death. Their father was Captain Daniel Brocklebank (1741 - 1801), a shipmaster and shipbuilder who, after emigrating from Cumberland to New England in 1770, began a shipbuilding enterprise at Sheepscut, near Portland, Maine. Daniel Brocklebank was a loyalist and when the Revolution broke out in 1775 he sailed back to Whitehaven in his own ship, Castor. The letter of marque for the Castor's privateering activities during the American War of Independence is the oldest surviving document in the collection [B/BROC/6/1].
Daniel Brocklebank re-started his shipbuilding business at Whitehaven in 1785 and the surviving plans and specifications of the vessels built by his yard, provide an important source for the construction of eighteenth and early nineteenth century merchant ships. [See B/BROC/8/1-2 for their specifications and agreements.] Valuable information concerning the activities of the Whitehaven shipyard can be found in the journals of accounts and ledgers, 1808-1865 [B/BROC/4/1-3] and letterbooks, 1801-1860 [B/BROC/1/2/1-7]. By 1795 Daniel Brocklebank owned a fleet of eleven vessels of 1,750 tons. After Daniel's death in 1801 the firm of T. & J. Brocklebank was formed by his two sons, Thomas and John Brocklebank, and despite the firm suffering heavily in the Napoleonic Wars, by 1809 it was sending ships as far as South America. In 1815 the success of the Princess Charlotte's maiden voyage to Calcutta, following the end of the East India Company's monopoly, led to the beginning of a Calcutta trade that was to eventually eclipse Brocklebank's South American and China trades many years later.
Thomas Brocklebank (1774 - 1845) moved to Liverpool in 1819 and the firm opened an office in Rumford Street in 1822. In 1827 Brocklebanks built their first paddle steamer, the Countess of Lonsdale, and two years later in 1829 Brocklebanks began trading to China. In 1843 Thomas made his forty year-old cousin Ralph a partner (who was later to become Chairman of the Mersey Docks & Harbour Board), and also his nephew Thomas Fisher, who took the name Brocklebank, and was made a Baronet in 1885. By 1844 the Brocklebank fleet had reached its highest number ever, comprising a total of fifty vessels. After the closure of the Whitehaven shipyard in 1865 and the move of its headquarters to Liverpool, the company concentrated solely on shipowning, purchasing larger iron and steel sailing ships mainly from Harland & Wolff, Belfast. [For specifications of these vessels see B/BROC/8/1/2-3.] Brocklebanks were reticent in investing in steam and did not purchase their first steamer, the Ameer until 1889.
In 1895 Sir Thomas, the second baronet, became Chairman and in 1898 the firm became a limited company. On his death in 1911, his brother Harold succeeded him as Chairman, followed in 1913 by Sir Aubrey, who had been Managing Director since 1898. In 1911 Brocklebanks ceased to be a family business after a substantial shareholding was sold to Sir Percy, Frederick and Denis Bates, grandsons of Sir Edward Bates, who had built up the Indian trading firm of Edward Bates & Sons. In the same year Cunard acquired the Anchor Line, which retained its independence and in turn gained a controlling interest in Brocklebanks in 1912. The business was strengthened by the presence on the board of the Bates brothers, Sir Alfred Booth and Sir Thomas Royden. In 1916 the Well Line was acquired and in 1919 Cunard bought out the Brocklebank and Bates shares; the final one-fifth shareholding held by Anchor was acquired in 1940. In 1929 Colonel Denis Bates became Chairman on Sir Aubrey's death.
The firm experimented with motor ships with the first all-welded vessel, the coaster Fullagar 1920. The shipping depression of the 1930s resulted in the company performing what was, at that time, a quite unique operation, that of reducing the size of four of its ships, the Mathura, Mangalore, Magdapur and Manipur in 1935 [see photographic record in B/BROC/8/7/1]. The firm suffered heavy losses during the Second World War, losing sixteen of its fleet of twenty-six ships, including the Malakand, which blew up with a cargo of ammunition in Liverpool docks in 1941. The fleet was re-built and services extended because of the decline of business at Calcutta after Indian independence in 1948. In 1964 Brocklebanks bought H.E. Moss & Co., tanker owners, and in 1967 Cunard Line became responsible for the passenger business and a new Cunard Brocklebank company took over all cargo services, including two Cunard-owned container ships in the Atlantic Container Lines consortium.
The Brocklebank collection is one of the most important archives held at the Maritime Archives & Library, and is certainly one of the earliest comprehensive collections of shipbuilding and shipowning records in the north-west of England, unrivalled by any held elsewhere in the United Kingdom. The archive is important not only for its early shipbuilding and business records, but also for the family papers and great bulk of research notes on the history of Brocklebanks compiled by W.S. Rees, which were used by J.F. Gibson for his company history in 1953. The collection also includes a large number of photographs [see section 11], and also paintings (especially extensive for sailing ships, 1815-1891) and models (1854-1946), both of the latter are in the care of the Maritime History Department.
Reference Works
Gibson, J.F., Brocklebanks, Liverpool, 1953
Brief Chronology of Brocklebank History, 1741 - 1935
1741 Captain Daniel Brocklebank born, son of a Rector in Westmoreland.
1770 He emigrates to America and begins shipbuilding in New England.
1773 Daniel Jnr. born.
1774 Thomas born.
1775 American War of Independence. Captain Daniel Brocklebank returns to Whitehaven in the Castor.
1777 Anne born. Trading across the Atlantic.
1778 John Paul Jones attacked Whitehaven, France and Spain join America.
1779 The Castor was granted a Letter of Marque by George III. John Brocklebank born.
1784 Captain Daniel sailed to West Indies.
1788 Captain Daniel retired from the sea to start a shipyard at Whitehaven.
1794 Brocklebank ships sailing to Russia.
1801 Daniel died aged 59. Firm became Thos. & Jno. Brocklebank.
1809 Trade began to South America.
1812 Anne marries William Fisher.
1814 Thomas Fisher born.
1815 Trade began to Batavia and Calcutta.
1819 Thomas Brocklebank moved to Liverpool.
1822 Brocklebanks opened an office in Rumford Street, Liverpool.
1829 Trade began to China.
1831 Thomas Fisher started work in Liverpool office.
1833 Trade to Bombay.
1843 Thomas Fisher and Ralph Brocklebank made partners.
1845 Thomas Brocklebank died, Thomas Fisher, senior partner, took the name of Brocklebank.
1848 Thomas Brocklebank born.
1853 Harold Brocklebank born.
1854 Edward Bates started service to Calcutta.
1855 Brocklebanks' trade to Bombay discontinued.
1860 Started London to China service.
1865 Brocklebank shipyard at Whitehaven closed.
1873 Aubrey Brocklebank born. South American service discontinued.
1879 Rope-making at Bransty ceased.
1882 Thomas and Harold Brocklebank became partners.
1885 Baronetcy conferred on Thomas Brocklebank (Fisher).
1886 Ralph Brocklebank retired. Office moved to 20 Bixteth Street.
1894 Sir Thomas Brocklebank, 1st Baronet, retired.
1895 Thomas Brocklebank becomes Chairman, Harold, Director.
1898 Brocklebanks becomes a Private Limited Company.
1905 Service from Antwerp to Singapore, Shanghai, Kobe, Yokohama begins. Half of Shire Line purchased.
1907 Royal Mail Steam Ship Co. bought remaining Shire shares.
1911 Sir Thomas (1st Baronet) died. Edward Bates & Sons bought controlling interest. Three Bates brothers, Percy, Denis Haughton and Frederick Austin on Board, with Sir Aubrey Brocklebank as Chairman.
1912 Brocklebanks bought Calcutta conference rights of Anchor and four ships. All Anchor shares held by Cunard. Henderson (of Anchor) joined Brocklebank Board.
1913 Sir Alfred Booth and Sir Thomas Royden joined the Board.
1916 Bought Well Line (Dundee trade). All ships commandeered at "Blue Book" rates.
1917 Office of Anchor-Brocklebank moved to Cunard Building.
1919 Won appeal against Government refusal to permit sale of ships abroad. Cunard bought shares held by Brocklebank and Bates interests (remaining 2/5ths held by Anchor, bought later in 1940).
1929 Denis Bates, Chairman, Herbert Corry and Austin Bates on Board.
1931 Anchor discontinued Liverpool office. A.B. Hughes (General Manager and Joint Managing Director) retired after 52 years service, succeeded by D.W. Williams.
1934 Trade recovering, Anchor taken over by Runcimans.
1935 As a result of depression, undertook shortening of four ships at Smiths Dock Company.
1945 Brocklebanks had 25 ships worldwide at outbreak of World War II, lost 16 ships (125,075 tons) during the war.
1964 Bought H.E. Moss & Co.
1967 Cunard took over passenger and cargo business.

Contents:
Contents
B/BROC/1/1 - 3 Administration 1782 - 1965
B/BROC/2/1 - 21 Legal 1775 - 1953
B/BROC/3/1 - 17 Investment 1898 - 1951
B/BROC/4/1 - 9 Financial 1808 - 1964
B/BROC/5/1 - 2 Management 1879 - 1960
B/BROC/6/1 - 30 Operational 1779 - 1967
B/BROC/7/1 - 5 Staff 1787 - 1955
B/BROC/8/1 - 17 Fleet 1792 - 1960
B/BROC/9/1 - 10 World War I 1914 - 1936
B/BROC/10/1 - 36 World War II 1936 - 1955
B/BROC/11/1 - 13 Photographs 1779 - 1970
B/BROC/12/1 - 4 History 1770 - 1962
B/BROC/13/1 - 17 Family 1734 - 1959
B/BROC/14/1 - 47 Miscellaneous 1762 - 1975
B/BROC/15 Plans 1791 - 1861
B/BROC/16 Fleet List 1770 - 1963



ADMINISTRATION  B/BROC/1/1 - 3  1782 - 1965

Minute Books and Agenda Books  B/BROC/1/1/1 - 18  1898 - 1965

Directors Meetings Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/1  22 Jul 1898 - 15 Mar 1939

Directors Meetings Agenda and Rough Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/2  17 Sept 1913 - 14 Feb 1917; 31 Mar 1914 - 7 May 1917

Contents:
With Annual General Meetings Rough Minute Book.

Directors Meetings Rough Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/3  22 Apr 1918 - 9 Mar 1949

Directors Meetings Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/4  26 Apr 1939 - 4 Aug 1961

Directors Meetings Rough Agenda Book  B/BROC/1/1/5  27 Jul 1949 - 7 Jan 1963

Annual General Meetings Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/6  27 Mar 1918 - 5 June 1957

Contents:
With agendas

Annual General Meetings Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/7  12 Mar 1958 - 10 May 1965

Contents:
With agendas

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/8  19 June 1912 - 9 Sept 1914

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/9  23 Sept 1914 - 25 Jul 1917

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/10  1 Aug 1917 - 22 Sept 1920

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/11  29 Sept 1920 - 2 Sept 1925

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/12  8 Sept 1925 - 3 Oct 1928

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/13  10 Oct 1928 - 16 Aug 1933

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/14  23 Aug 1933 - 13 Jul 1938

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/15  17 Aug 1938 - 13 June 1945

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/16  20 Jul 1945 - 15 Aug 1951

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/17  5 Sept 1951 - 25 Jul 1956

Executive Committee Minute Book  B/BROC/1/1/18  1 Aug 1956 - 13 Nov 1961

Letterbooks: T. & J. Brocklebank Ltd  B/BROC/1/2/1 - 9  1801 - 1909

Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/2/1  19 Oct 1801 - 11 Mar 1805

Contents:
Dry copy

Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/2/2  14 Mar 1805 - 5 Mar 1809

Contents:
Dry copy

Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/2/3  20 May 1809 - 28 Sept 1811

Contents:
Dry copy

Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/2/4  4 Oct 1811 - 10 Dec 1811

Contents:
Dry copy

Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/2/5  15 Feb 1815 - 15 Dec 1817

Contents:
Dry copy

Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/2/6  10 Dec 1817 - 25 Nov 1841

Contents:
Dry copy

Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/2/7  18 June 1852 - 30 Jan 1860

Contents:
Wet copy

Liverpool - "Private"  B/BROC/1/2/8  10 Oct 1888 - 3 Jan 1907

Contents:
Wet copy

Denis H. Bate's Letterbook  B/BROC/1/2/9  24 May 1902 - 14 Oct 1909

Correspondence  B/BROC/1/3/1 - 5  1782 - 1912

Letters to Captain Daniel Brocklebank from Thomas Harrison, Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/3/1  16 June 1782 - 11 Jul 1782

6 Items

Letters to Thomas Brocklebank, Liverpool from John Brocklebank, Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/3/2  29 Nov 1825 - 14 May 1829

9 Items

Correspondence between T. & J. Brocklebank, Liverpool and T. & J. Brocklebank, Whitehaven  B/BROC/1/3/3  4 Jan 1860 - 30 Dec 1864

127 Items

Letter to Thomas Brocklebank from the Board of the Liverpool, London Globe Insurance Co., asking him to remain as Chairman  B/BROC/1/3/4  21 Feb 1874

File of correspondence of Sir Percy Bates with James Gardiners of Glasgow, Anchor Line et al, re Calcutta trade agreement  B/BROC/1/3/5  16 Mar 1912 - 10 June 1912

85 Items

LEGAL  B/BROC/2/1 - 21  1775 - 1953

Lease of Rope Works at Bransty, Whitehaven by Lord Egremont to Anthony Benn, John Dixon and Isaac Littledale  B/BROC/2/1  29 June 1775

Indenture for sale of rope making business by John Dixon to Daniel Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/2  1 Jan 1794

Solicitor's accounts for Thomas Brocklebank's purchase of Snowther estate  B/BROC/2/3  10 Jul 1835

Copy of the Articles of Partnership, re Joseph Robinson and Lumley Kennedy & Co., Shipbuilders  B/BROC/2/4  25 Mar 1835

Terms for converting Hartley & Co., of Whitehaven, to the Bank of Whitehaven, and informing Thomas Brocklebank that he has been allotted 150 shares  B/BROC/2/5  17 Jan 1837

Fragile

Agreement between Sir Thomas Brocklebank and Thomas Brocklebank, Jnr., re inheritance of T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/6  16 May 1887

Letters to Thomas Brocklebank from the Secretary of State and the College of Arms, re Baronetcy  B/BROC/2/7  17 Jul 1885 - 22 Aug 1885

2 Items

Copy of agreement, re partnership of T. & J. Brocklebank and J.D. Maxwell  B/BROC/2/8  1892

Memorandum, re retirement of Sir Thomas Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/9  1 Oct 1895

Case, re inheritance of Anne Robinson and the estate of John Robinson  B/BROC/2/10  24 Dec 1896

Agreement for Aubrey Brocklebank to be appointed Managing Director of T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/11  22 Jul 1898 - 10 Jan 1905

2 Items

Agreement between T. & J. Brocklebank and Thomas and Harold Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/12  22 Jul 1898

Seal Book  B/BROC/2/13  22 Jul 1898 - 10 Mar 1948

Articles of Association of T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/14  12 Jul 1898

Trust Deed of T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/15  12 Jul 1898

Legal Deed, re the merger of T. & J. Brocklebank with Edward Bates & Sons, with details of company receipts and disbursements to 1911  B/BROC/2/16  31 Dec 1910 - 11 Apr 1911

3 Items

Articles of Association of T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/2/17  14 Mar 1912

Heads of Agreement between T. & J. Brocklebank and Anchor Line  B/BROC/2/18  10 Feb 1912

2 Items

Correspondence, re T. & J. Brocklebank and Anchor Line merger  B/BROC/2/19  2 Oct 1911 - 1 May 1912

7 Items

Agreement, re Well Line  B/BROC/2/20  20 Dec 1915

3 Copies

Agreement between Funch Edye & Co., and Geoffrey Henshaw, re the purchase of a plot of land in Brooklyn, New York  B/BROC/2/21  8 Oct 1953

INVESTMENT  B/BROC/3/1 - 17  1898 - 1951

Scrip Book  B/BROC/3/1  3 Nov 1898 - 12 Nov 1912

Contents:
35 share certificates

Register of shareholders  B/BROC/3/2  29 Mar 1899 - 20 Mar 1900

Loan Book with record of preference shares with 36 loose receipts for loans  B/BROC/3/3  30 Mar 1900 - 9 Jul 1926

Register of shareholders  B/BROC/3/4  27 Mar 1901 - 30 Mar 1906

Register of mortgages and debenture holders  B/BROC/3/5  7 June 1907 - 14 Jan 1921

Register of debenture issues and transfers  B/BROC/3/6  8 Aug 1907 - 14 Jan 1921

Register of directors, members and share transfers  B/BROC/3/7  28 June 1911 - 10 Apr 1918

Debenture holders minute book. [mildewed]  B/BROC/3/8  17 Dec 1912

Correspondence, re extraordinary general meeting, issue of preference shares and the purchase of Anchor Line  B/BROC/3/9  12 Nov 1912

Folder of 46 share certificates in Tyzack and Branfoot Steam Shipping Line (became Well Line)  B/BROC/3/10  30 Mar 1915 - 30 Dec 1915

Contents:
Also 1 share certificate in Well Line

Share ledger, debenture issues and register of transfers  B/BROC/3/11  28 Apr 1919 - 29 Apr 1921

Share ledger, debenture issues and register of transfers  B/BROC/3/12  28 Apr 1919 - 8 Sept 1945

Debenture issues and register of transfers  B/BROC/3/13  28 Apr 1919 - 29 Sept 1951

Summary of share capital and shareholders  B/BROC/3/14  28 Apr 1919 - 4 June 1919

Folder of various correspondence, re information of branch of Brocklebanks in Calcutta  B/BROC/3/15  18 May 1921 - 15 Dec 1921

7 Items

Envelope of correspondence with the Union Bank of Scotland, re ownership of shares in T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/3/16  30 May 1933 - 22 Apr 1938

18 Items

Folder, re a request to Treasury, re the issue of shares in T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/3/17  17 Jul 1951

3 Items

FINANCIAL  B/BROC/4/1 - 9  1808 - 1964

General Ledgers (Whitehaven)  B/BROC/4/1/1 - 3  1808 - 1954

General Ledgers  B/BROC/4/1/1  3 Dec 1808 - 20 Apr 1820

General Ledgers  B/BROC/4/1/2  1 Jan 1820 - 1 Dec 1838

General Ledgers  B/BROC/4/1/3  1 Jan 1839 - 30 Nov 1854

Shipyard Journals of Accounts (Whitehaven)  B/BROC/4/2/1 - 5  1831 - 1865

Shipyard Journals of Accounts  B/BROC/4/2/1  1 Jan 1832 - 27 Feb 1841

Shipyard Journals of Accounts  B/BROC/4/2/2  1 Mar 1841 - 30 June 1855

Shipyard Journals of Accounts  B/BROC/4/2/3  31 Jul 1855 - 30 Oct 1865

Accounts Ledger  B/BROC/4/2/4  1835 - 1854

Fragile, in need of conservation

Notebook of outstanding accounts and shares  B/BROC/4/2/5  31 Mar 1831

Contents:
Whitehaven

Cash Books (Whitehaven)  B/BROC/4/3/1 - 4  1833 - 1860

Cash Books  B/BROC/4/3/1  1 Jan 1833 - 18 Aug 1838

Cash Books  B/BROC/4/3/2  1 Sept 1838 - 30 Sept 1844

Cash Books  B/BROC/4/3/3  1 Oct 1844 - 31 May 1851

Cash Books  B/BROC/4/3/4  1 June 1851 - 31 Dec 1860

Cashier's Office Letterbooks  B/BROC/4/4/1 - 3  1882 - 1905

Cashier's Office Letterbooks  B/BROC/4/4/1  11 Aug 1882 - 29 Sept 1890

Cashier's Office Letterbooks  B/BROC/4/4/2  15 Oct 1888 - 10 Jan 1902

Cashier's Office Letterbooks  B/BROC/4/4/3  17 Jan 1902 - 18 Aug 1905

Profit and Loss Account Books  B/BROC/4/5/1 - 4  1833 - 1934

Profit and Loss Account Books  B/BROC/4/5/1  1 Jan 1833 - 18 Aug 1838

Profit and Loss Account Books  B/BROC/4/5/2  1 Sept 1838 - 30 Sept 1844

Profit and Loss Account Books  B/BROC/4/5/3  31 Oct 1844 - 31 May 1851

Folder of balance sheets and valuation of T. & J. Brocklebank, 1921 - 1934  B/BROC/4/5/4  26 Jan 1921 - 31 Dec 1934

Envelope of T. & J. Brocklebank, Financial Papers, 1843  B/BROC/4/6/1 - 7  1831 - 1843

Abstract of Brocklebank accounts  B/BROC/4/6/1  1831 - 1843

Supplementary account for T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/4/6/2  1 Jan 1843

Profit and loss, and shipping accounts  B/BROC/4/6/3  31 Dec 1843

Balance from general ledger  B/BROC/4/6/4  31 Dec 1843

Statement of affairs  B/BROC/4/6/5  31 Dec 1843

Memorandum respecting accounts of T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/4/6/6  31 Dec 1843

Valuation of shipping, shares in vessels  B/BROC/4/6/7  31 Dec 1843

Correspondence, re Taxation  B/BROC/4/7/1 - 17  1916 - 1964

Bundle of correspondence with the Inland Revenue, re Income Tax and Excess Profit Duty  B/BROC/4/7/1  25 Nov 1916 - 19 Jan 1931

c.50 items

Contents:
Taxation in India and Australia. Refers to Cunard, Brocklebank, Well Line and Anchor Line.

Folder of correspondence with the Inland Revenue, re depreciation of vessels during World War I  B/BROC/4/7/2  25 May 1917 - 16 Aug 1923

7 Items

Correspondence with the Inland Revenue, re allowances for depreciation and obsolescence of vessels during World War I, refers to Cunard, Brocklebank, Anchor Line, Commonwealth and Dominion Lines  B/BROC/4/7/3  28 May 1917 - 11 Aug 1921

17 Items

Notes, re obsolescence and tax on vessels post World War I  B/BROC/4/7/4  31 Aug 1921 - 8 June 1922

Notes, re obsolescence and tax on vessels post World War I  B/BROC/4/7/5  10 Aug 1922 - 25 June 1926

Folder of correspondence with the Inland Revenue  B/BROC/4/7/6  31 Mar 1919 - 21 Apr 1925

13 Items

Folder of correspondence with the Inland Revenue  B/BROC/4/7/7  3 May 1919 - 13 Dec 1926

4 Items

Folder and correspondence, re obsolescence of vessels and excess profit tax  B/BROC/4/7/8  11 Nov 1921 - 27 Feb 1923

Folder "Sundries, re Obsolence", re claims for depreciation of vessels  B/BROC/4/7/9  11 Nov 1921 - 21 Jul 1922

c.30 items

Folder, re appeals against war charges and Validity Act in World War I  B/BROC/4/7/10  10 Oct 1921 - 6 June 1923

Folder, re tax resulting from requisition of vessels during World War I  B/BROC/4/7/11  19 Sept 1921 - 6 June 1922

Folder, re taxation  B/BROC/4/7/12  14 Jul 1926 - 18 Mar 1927

Folders of correspondence with the General Council of British Shipping, re taxation enquiry  B/BROC/4/7/13  31 Dec 1934 - 27 Apr 1964

9 Folders

Three folders, re Inland Revenue  B/BROC/4/7/14/a-c  19 May 1941 - 6 Apr 1961

Folder, re Inland Revenue appeals against Excess Profit Tax levied during World War II  B/BROC/4/7/15  20 - 26 Oct 1942

Folders of correspondence, re Calcutta Conference and Indian Wealth Tax  B/BROC/4/7/16/a-d  1 Sept 1939 - 1 Aug 1957

4 Folders

Letters, re Indian Taxation, Suez Canal surcharge and allowances on vessels for "wear and tear"  B/BROC/4/7/17  24 Feb 1961 - 21 Mar 1961

3 Items

Correspondence, re Requisition of Vessels During World War I  B/BROC/4/8/1 - 4  1917 - 1927

Folder of correspondence with the Ministry of Shipping  B/BROC/4/8/1  1917 - 1924

30 Items

Folders of correspondence and claims with the British Council of Shipping for obsolescence of vessels and losses  B/BROC/4/8/2  1922

5 Folders

Folder of correspondence with the Liquidation Department of the Board of Trade, re claims following the requisition of vessels  B/BROC/4/8/3  1924 - 1927

Folder of correspondence with the Ministry of Shipping with claims, re "acceleration of costs" paid to builders during World War I  B/BROC/4/8/4  nd

Miscellaneous Financial Records  B/BROC/4/9/1 - 11  1911 - 1961

Private Ledger  B/BROC/4/9/1  1938 - 1943

Contents:
Duplicate

[no title]  B/BROC/4/9/2  1911 - 1941

Contents:
Envelope containing:
a) Copy of £1 note endorsed in Arabic. n.d.
b) Newscutting, re Brocklebank/Bates merger. 1911
c) Cheque and receipt for £1 million pounds for loan to Cunard. 1941

Annual valuation of vessels by Kellock & Co., Ltd  B/BROC/4/9/3  1921 - 1935

Ledger of bills payable  B/BROC/4/9/4  1 Jan 1929 - 15 Jul 1947

Envelope: record of money kept in deposit account  B/BROC/4/9/5  1 Jan 1933 - 31 Dec 1954

Correspondence between T. & J. Brocklebank in Liverpool and McLelland Kerr & Co., Glasgow, re the liquidation of Anchor Line  B/BROC/4/9/6  25 Sept 1936 - 10 Jan 1941

Folder of calculations, re the Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund  B/BROC/4/9/7  30 Mar 1939 - 28 Oct 1961

File: Mere Hall (Indian Seamens Hostel) accounts  B/BROC/4/9/8  30 June 1943 - 3 Dec 1948

Envelope: Declaration of interests in companies likely to trade with Brocklebanks, made by D.H. Bates, F.A. Bates, Lord Royden, Sir T.A.L. Brocklebank and W. Donald (all Brocklebank directors)  B/BROC/4/9/9/a  1948

Folder of correspondence, re Cunard consolidated balance sheet  B/BROC/4/9/9/b  11 Apr 1947 - 1 Apr 1948

Booklet, Survey on British Shipping Policy, published by the General Council of British Shipping  B/BROC/4/9/10  Dec 1960

Folders of correspondence, re Malpractice (antedating of Bills of Lading) relating to cargoes from Indian ports  B/BROC/4/9/11  14 Jan 1938 - 23 May 1955

2 Folders

Contents:
Also albums of photographs [x 3] used as evidence.

MANAGEMENT  B/BROC/5/1 - 2  1879 - 1960

Correspondence  B/BROC/5/1/1 - 30  1879 - 1960

Complaint to Parliament by D. Brown, re excessive fees to brokers and monopolistic practices by some shipowners exporting to the Indian Railway Co. (annotated with a comment in the hand of Sir Edward Bates)  B/BROC/5/1/1  1879 - 24 Mar 1925

2 Items

Contents:
Also letter from R. Todd to D.H. Bates, re a satirical poem, 1925.

Folder, re building prices and estimated ship values  B/BROC/5/1/2  1898 - 1952

10 Items

Folders, re the purchase of Anchor Line by T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/5/1/3  21 Oct 1910 - 17 Sept 1931

2 Folders

Folder, re the purchase of Well Line by T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/5/1/4  15 May 1912 - 12 Apr 1923

7 Items

Folder, re Calcutta/Dundee jute trade also with John Ellerman  B/BROC/5/1/5  29 June 1911 - 21 Feb 1921

5 Items

Letters, re London - Calcutta vessels calling at Italian ports with jute cargoes  B/BROC/5/1/6  23 Feb 1913 - 27 Apr 1915

20 Items

Folders of correspondence, re Calcutta Joint Agency and documents, re Calcutta conference, showing records of cargoes carried  B/BROC/5/1/7  22 Mar 1912 - 7 May 1913

2 Folders

Folder, re Calcutta Conference Lines and supply of coal in Calcutta. Also agreement, re the supply of coal from Lodna Colliery  B/BROC/5/1/8  24 Oct 1913 - 11 Dec 1913

9 Items

Folder, re jute trade from Calcutta  B/BROC/5/1/9  16 Aug 1916 - 31 Nov 1916

35 Items

Folder, re fuel oil requirements with Asiatic Oil Company  B/BROC/5/1/10  15 Aug 1919 - 23 Jul 1920

c.80 items

Correspondence between Percy Bates and Sir Ashley Sparks at New York, re P.E. Bates' resignation from the Ministry of Shipping and his views on the future of the shipping industry  B/BROC/5/1/11  24 Nov 1919 - 20 Dec 1919

2 Items

Folder, re disagreement with P. & O. Line, re conference agreements and the Indian trade  B/BROC/5/1/12  10 Mar 1920 - 24 Jan 1934

c.30 items

Correspondence between Alfred Booth, William Cory and A.C.F. Henderson, re the future organisation of shipping following World War I. Concerns Cunard, Brocklebank, Anchor and Commonwealth and Dominion Lines  B/BROC/5/1/13  19 Apr 1920 - 26 Apr 1920

3 Items

Folders, re Calcutta/U.S.A. conference  B/BROC/5/1/14  1920 - 1934

4 Folders

Correspondence with P. & O. Line, re trade to India via Antwerp  B/BROC/5/1/15  27 Feb 1927 - 28 Aug 1930

45 Items

Folder of correspondence with Ludlow, Boston, U.S.A., re jute cargoes  B/BROC/5/1/16  5 Aug 1927 - 20 June 1929

9 Items

Folder, re summaries of trade, etc., of Well Line, P. & O. Line and the British India Line, between the U.K. and India  B/BROC/5/1/17  20 May 1931 - 17 Apr 1936

c.20 items

Folder of correspondence with Ellerman Line, re Calcutta/U.S.A. conference  B/BROC/5/1/18  12 Feb 1935 - 15 Mar 1935

10 Items

Circular, re T. & J. Brocklebank's appointment as agents for Donaldson South America Line  B/BROC/5/1/19  1 June 1935

Envelope containing papers and correspondence, re the formation of the General Council of British Shipping  B/BROC/5/1/20  20 Mar 1936 - 8 Apr 1942

Correspondence and notes, re shipping policy for Liverpool Steamship Owners Association  B/BROC/5/1/21  28 Jul 1936 - Jan 1939

c.50 items

Correspondence, etc., re near continental trade and Liverpool Steamship Owners Association  B/BROC/5/1/22  31 Jul 1936 - 11 Jan 1937

c.50 items

Folder of correspondence between British Liners Committee and Liverpool Steamship Association Owners, re fleet replacement  B/BROC/5/1/23  1 Oct 1943 - 25 Aug 1944

11 Items

Folder of correspondence between the Chairman of Lloyd's Register and Cunard, re fusion with American Bureau of Shipping  B/BROC/5/1/24  14 Jul 1948 - 3 Nov 1948

14 Items

Folder of Chairman's (Denis Bates) correspondence with various shipping lines and Calcutta agents, re Calcutta - Boulogne trade  B/BROC/5/1/25  12 Aug 1948 - 12 Sept 1949

3 Items

Folder of correspondence between the British Liners Committee and Cunard Chairman, re taxation and initial allowances  B/BROC/5/1/26  2 Dec 1948 - 19 Nov 1956

34 Items

Folders of correspondence of Denis Bates, Chairman, with British India Line, T. & J. Harrison and other shipowners, re Calcutta conference and trade with India  B/BROC/5/1/27  1 Oct 1946 - 31 Dec 1953

8 Folders

Bundle of correspondence, discussion papers, etc., re the possibility of nuclear powered shipping  B/BROC/5/1/28  1 Nov 1954 - 6 May 1957

75 Items

Report of the General Council of British Shipping - shipping policy with flags of convenience  B/BROC/5/1/29  June - Nov 1958

2 Items

Reports of International Chamber of Shipping, General Council of British Shipping and British Liner Committee, re shipping policy on deep sea tramp co-operation  B/BROC/5/1/30  Nov 1958 - 5 May 1960

11 Items

Visit Reports  B/BROC/5/2/1 - 19  1908 - 1960

Visit to Eastern Ports, by A.B. Hughes  B/BROC/5/2/1  8 Mar 1908 - 11 Aug 1908

Visit to Eastern Ports, by A.B. Hughes  B/BROC/5/2/2  31 Mar 1908 - 20 Aug 1908

Notebook/diary of Sir Percy Bates, re visit to Calcutta  B/BROC/5/2/3  1 Nov 1912 - 23 Dec 1913

Notebook of Sir Percy Bates, re visit to Calcutta  B/BROC/5/2/4  24 Jan 1913 - 14 Mar 1913

Notebook of Sir Percy Bates, re shipments to Eastern Ports  B/BROC/5/2/5  7 Feb 1913 - 18 Apr 1913

Visit to Eastern Ports, by H.E. Wilson  B/BROC/5/2/6  1920

Typescript reports of A.G. Bates, India to D.H. Bates, Liverpool  B/BROC/5/2/7  1928 - 1930

50 Items

Visit to India by A.B. Hughes  B/BROC/5/2/8  9 Sept 1931 - 2 Dec 1931

Visit to Eastern Ports by D.W. Williams  B/BROC/5/2/9  4 Feb 1933 - 18 Dec 1934

Report by R.J. Sanger, re India, Pakistan and Ceylon  B/BROC/5/2/10  1947

Visit of E.G. Cottingham and E.A. Newland to India  B/BROC/5/2/11  Oct 1948 - Feb 1949

Visit of E.G. Cottingham to Ceylon and India  B/BROC/5/2/12  1 Oct 1948

Visit of Philip Bates to India  B/BROC/5/2/13  24 Dec 1949 - 26 Mar 1950

Visit of Philip Bates to U.S.A  B/BROC/5/2/14  9 Apr 1949 - 23 May 1950

Captain Mackenzie to India, Pakistan and Ceylon  B/BROC/5/2/15  4 Nov 1950 - 28 Feb 1951

Unknown to Port Said, Suez and India  B/BROC/5/2/16  11 Feb 1950 - 21 June 1950

Folder, re A.B. Hughes' visit to India and Pakistan  B/BROC/5/2/17  24 Feb 1953 - 1956

4 Items

Folder, re visit of Captain Mackenzie to U.S.A. and Canada  B/BROC/5/2/18  11 May 1959 - 24 Jul 1959

Folder, re Philip Bates' visit to Ceylon, India and Pakistan  B/BROC/5/2/19  15 Jan 1960 - 20 Feb 1960

OPERATIONAL  B/BROC/6/1 - 30  1779 - 1967

Letter of marque for Castor, Captain Daniel Brocklebank for privateering against Spain  B/BROC/6/1  9 Aug 1779

Charter party, re voyage of Hercules to West Indies via Cork  B/BROC/6/2  9 Dec 1805

Log of a voyage of Princess Charlotte, Liverpool to Calcutta  B/BROC/6/3/a  19 Jan 1826 - 22 Mar 1826

Contents:
Part only

Log of brigantine Ariel for a voyage from Liverpool to South America  B/BROC/6/3/b  7 Aug 1831 - 1 Apr 1832

Contents:
Also an invoice for goods shipped

Details of disbursements of Carnarvonshire and Bacchus at San Francisco  B/BROC/6/4  27 Sept 1832 - 8 Dec 1885

Illustrated hand-written account of voyages to San Francisco aboard the Majestic and Tennasserim to Calcutta, by W.H. Alleyn  B/BROC/6/5  2 Nov 1882 - 1883

Fragile

Stores book for the Majestic, Belfast, Bactria, Khyber, Sindia, Holkar and Zemindar for voyages to Indian ports. [o.s.]  B/BROC/6/6  11 Sept 1895 - 21 Apr 1901

Four Volumes of Brocklebank Steamer Movements (Arrivals and Departures)  B/BROC/6/7/1 - 4  1907 - 1932

Volume of Brocklebank Steamer Movements (Arrivals and Departures)  B/BROC/6/7/1  9 Mar 1907 - 22 Oct 1916

Volume of Brocklebank Steamer Movements (Arrivals and Departures)  B/BROC/6/7/2  10 Jul 1916 - 10 Jan 1920

Volume of Brocklebank Steamer Movements (Arrivals and Departures)  B/BROC/6/7/3  10 Feb 1922 - 19 Dec 1927

Volume of Brocklebank Steamer Movements (Arrivals and Departures)  B/BROC/6/7/4  1 Oct 1922 - 26 Jul 1932

Volumes of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/1 - 7  1911 - 1937

Volume of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/1  3 Oct 1911 - 12 Oct 1915

Volumes of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/2  16 Oct 1915 - 8 Nov 1916

Fragile

Volumes of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/3  14 Nov 1916 - 8 Oct 1919

Fragile

Volumes of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/4  5 Nov 1919 - 24 Aug 1924

Volumes of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/5  27 Aug 1924 - 3 Mar 1928

Volumes of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/6  10 Mar 1928 - 28 Apr 1937

Fragile

Volumes of Charter Parties  B/BROC/6/8/7  24 Apr 1919 - 2 Aug 1923

Contents:
Outwards

Cards of fast passages of SS Maidon and SS Mandasor  B/BROC/6/9  14 Oct 1912

8 Items

Itinerary of Brocklebank steamers SS Martand, SS Malabar and SS Machaida, all sailing from Glasgow and Liverpool  B/BROC/6/10  15 Oct 1912

Ledger of financial summaries of voyages of Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/6/11  30 Apr 1919 - 23 Aug 1939

Booklets giving details of vessels belonging to Anchor/Brocklebank, Well Line and Cunard Line  B/BROC/6/12  1921

7 Items

Licence to carry wireless telegraph on the SS Maihar  B/BROC/6/13  1 Mar 1923

Loose-leaf ring binders containing diary of events in Brocklebank business, on almost daily basis  B/BROC/6/14  31 Mar 1926 - 11 Jan 1939

Contents:
[100 pp. and index]

Grain charters from the Chamber of Shipping of Australia, re the SS Maidan  B/BROC/6/15  1 Feb 1928

5 Copies

Charter agreement between the Commonwealth and Dominion Line and Stoomvaart Maatschappij of Holland for the SS Mahsud  B/BROC/6/16  10 Mar 1928

Volumes Recording Voyages of Brocklebank Vessels  B/BROC/6/17/1 - 3  1931 - 1955

3 Volumes

Volume Recording Voyages of Brocklebank Vessels  B/BROC/6/17/1  3 Oct 1931 - 20 Apr 1937

Volume Recording Voyages of Brocklebank Vessels  B/BROC/6/17/2  29 Mar 1938 - 23 Mar 1951

Volume Recording Voyages of Brocklebank Vessels  B/BROC/6/17/3  2 Apr 1950 - 1 Jul 1955

Folder of correspondence, re building of new vessels, includes photograph of the SS Malancha, Macharda and Malabar  B/BROC/6/18  19 Dec 1935 - 25 June 1939

Bundle of timetable cards for Brocklebank, Well Line and Anchor Line vessels  B/BROC/6/19  9 Jan 1937 - 26 Jul 1939

57 Items

Loose-leaf book containing notes of charters arranged with various companies  B/BROC/6/20  1939 - 1940

"Notes of Protest" in connection with Brocklebank vessels: SS Malabar [6]; SS Mahratta [4]; SS Manaar [5]; SS Maripur [12]; SS Matheran [6]; SS Masirah [1]; SS Maidan [1]; SS Marwarri [1]  B/BROC/6/21  29 Oct 1939 - 30 Nov 1955

36 Items

"Secret Logs" and Captain's Logs for voyages of the following vessels  B/BROC/6/22  1942 - 1945

SS Mathar  B/BROC/6/22/a  [n.d.]

6 Items

SS Malancha  B/BROC/6/22/b  [n.d.]

10 Items

SS Fort Churchill  B/BROC/6/22/c  [n.d.]

4 Items

SS Manaar  B/BROC/6/22/d  [n.d.]

5 Items

SS Fort Ville Marie  B/BROC/6/22/e  [n.d.]

6 Items

SS Camoson  B/BROC/6/22/f  [n.d.]

4 Items

SS Marwarri  B/BROC/6/22/g  [n.d.]

3 Items

SS Samdee  B/BROC/6/22/h  [n.d.]

1 Items

SS Markhar  B/BROC/6/22/i  [n.d.]

2 Items

SS Empire Defiance  B/BROC/6/22/j  [n.d.]

4 Items

SS Empire regent  B/BROC/6/22/k  [n.d.]

5 Items

SS Samovar  B/BROC/6/22/l  [n.d.]

3 Items

SS Martland  B/BROC/6/22/m  [n.d.]

4 Items

SS Mahsud  B/BROC/6/22/n  [n.d.]

1 Item

SS Magdapur  B/BROC/6/22/o  [n.d.]

1 Item

SS Mahanada  B/BROC/6/22/p  [n.d.]

2 Items

SS Samgavdie  B/BROC/6/22/q  [n.d.]

1 Item

SS Magalore  B/BROC/6/22/r  [n.d.]

1 Item

SS Mathura  B/BROC/6/22/s  [n.d.]

1 Item

SS Malakand  B/BROC/6/22/t  [n.d.]

4 Items

SS Matheran  B/BROC/6/22/u  [n.d.]

3 Items

SS Mahout  B/BROC/6/22/v  [n.d.]

3 Items

Receipt from T. & J. Brocklebank office for logbooks for perusal  B/BROC/6/22/x  [n.d.]

Wireless log from SS Malakand  B/BROC/6/23  11 Aug 1944 - 22 June 1945

Radio log of SS Fort Churchill  B/BROC/6/24  3 Jan 1945 - 5 Jul 1945

Abstract book, re record of voyages by the SS Mandasor  B/BROC/6/25  12 Aug 1944 - 19 Mar 1950

Folder, re Stator heavy lift  B/BROC/6/26  1948

Folder with agreement and correspondence between T. & J. Brocklebank and T. & J. Harrison, re purchase of "goodwill" of Harrison's sailings to India, Pakistan and Ceylon  B/BROC/6/27  23 Aug 1949 - 13 May 1957

10 Items

Volume, re record of voyage Nos. 22-34 of unknown Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/6/28  10 Jul 1955 - 15 Nov 1961

Volume, re Suez Canal dues of payments made by Brocklebank vessels on passages through the Suez Canal  B/BROC/6/29  31 Dec 1955 - 11 Apr 1967

Contents:
11 loose letters and copies of cables

"Notices to Shippers", re Brocklebank and City Line Ltd. joint agreement, re cargoes from Birkenhead to Calcutta and Glasgow to Calcutta  B/BROC/6/30  10 Sept 1959

2 Loose sheets

STAFF  B/BROC/7/1 - 5  1787 - 1955

Whitehaven Apprentices  B/BROC/7/1/1 - 2  1787 - 1840

Apprentice Indenture of William Cowman  B/BROC/7/1/1  1 Feb 1787

Apprentices Book  B/BROC/7/1/2  3 Nov 1809 - 28 Jan 1840

Liverpool Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/2/1 - 16  1819 - 1897

Lettered A  B/BROC/7/2/1  15 Dec 1819 - 23 Apr 1823

Lettered B  B/BROC/7/2/2  5 Apr 1823 - 23 May 1828

Lettered C  B/BROC/7/2/3  6 Aug 1827 - 17 Sept 1832

Lettered D  B/BROC/7/2/4  9 Jan 1833 - 10 Jul 1836

Lettered E  B/BROC/7/2/5  19 Jul 1836 - 22 May 1840

Lettered F  B/BROC/7/2/6  14 May 1840 - 28 Sept 1842

Lettered G  B/BROC/7/2/7  25 Oct 1842 - 3 Mar 1846

Lettered H  B/BROC/7/2/8  2 Apr 1846 - 25 Jan 1850

Lettered I  B/BROC/7/2/9  13 Feb 1850 - 7 Mar 1854

Lettered K  B/BROC/7/2/10  13 Mar 1854 - 13 Aug 1855

Lettered L  B/BROC/7/2/11  13 Aug 1855 - 26 Feb 1859

Lettered M  B/BROC/7/2/12  26 Feb 1859 - 16 Feb 1863

Lettered N  B/BROC/7/2/13  28 Feb 1863 - 15 Dec 1866

Lettered O  B/BROC/7/2/14  12 Dec 1866 - 14 Jul 1873

Unlettered  B/BROC/7/2/15  5 Aug 1873 - 21 Jul 1881

Lettered P  B/BROC/7/2/16  25 Jul 1882 - 23 Sept 1897

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/1 - 7  1851 - 1901

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/1  31 May 1851 - 20 Nov 1857

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/2  (?)May 1860 - (?)Jul 1863

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/3  7 Nov 1863 - 14 Dec 1867

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/4  10 Jan 1868 - 19 Mar 1871

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/5  13 June 1871 - 3 Apr 1879

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/6  7 Jul 1879 - 18 Apr 1888

Officers and Apprentices Books  B/BROC/7/3/7  30 Aug 1888 - 21 Apr 1901

Fragile

Officers and Engineers Books  B/BROC/7/4/1 - 5  1891 - 1923

Officers and Engineers Books  B/BROC/7/4/1  1891 - 1923

Officers and Engineers Books  B/BROC/7/4/2  11 Mar 1902 - 3 Apr 1909

Officers and Engineers Books  B/BROC/7/4/3  17 Apr 1909 - 2 Aug 1914

Officers and Engineers Books  B/BROC/7/4/4  15 Oct 1914 - (?)Mar 1919

Officers and Engineers Books  B/BROC/7/4/5  15 Mar 1919 - 14 May 1923

Staff Records, etc  B/BROC/7/5/1 - 15  1843 - 1955

List of staff and rates of pay at Bransty shipyard  B/BROC/7/5/1  31 Oct 1843

Letter from John Clemenson agreeing to take command of the Marseppa  B/BROC/7/5/2  26 May 1846

Letter of instructions to Captain William Bell, on taking command of the Lord Althorp  B/BROC/7/5/3  29 Jul 1851

Letter of instructions to W. Lowden from T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/7/5/4  27 Jul 1857

Booklet, Instructions for Chief Engineers of the African Steamship Company  B/BROC/7/5/5  1889

Contents:
With annotated modifications as adopted by T. & J. Brocklebank.

Booklet, Rules for Commanders, Officers and Chief Engineers of T. & J. Brocklebank  B/BROC/7/5/6  1889/1901

3 Copies

Invitation to luncheon in honour of the retirement of Captain W. Ray  B/BROC/7/5/7  16 Dec 1911

Volume of officers and engineers records of service  B/BROC/7/5/8  1914 - 1920

Souvenir card of cricket and football matches between cadets of Malakand and cadets of the Ellerman Wilson Line  B/BROC/7/5/9  16 Aug 1920 / 26 Aug 1920

Contents:
Donated by G.E. Thomas, Chief Officer, SS Malakand

Typescript notice to sea-going staff of T. & J. Brocklebank, re rates of pay  B/BROC/7/5/10  25 Feb 1932

Volume of crew lists for Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/7/5/11  2 Apr 1936 - 24 Dec 1938

Plans of Mere Hall Hostel for Indian seamen and photographs  B/BROC/7/5/12  Sept - Oct 1942

x 12

File of correspondence, re the conversion of Mere Hall into a hostel  B/BROC/7/5/13  4 Oct 1948 - 4 Apr 1951

c. 100 items

Letter to D.H. Bates from Captain W.H. Ray, thanking him for the visit of the Malancha and relating details of a voyage in December 1941 to Bombay  B/BROC/7/5/14  9 Dec 1955

Indentures for 4 years apprenticeship with Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers) Ltd., Glasgow  B/BROC/7/5/15  n.d., c.1950

Contents:
[Blank]

FLEET  B/BROC/8/1 - 7  1792 - 1960

Specifications  B/BROC/8/1/1 - 27  1792 - 1958

Contents:
Number in brackets denotes specification vessel number

Volumes of dimensions of early Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/8/1/1  1792 - 1825; 1825 - 1845

2 Volumes

Specifications of steel sailing ship between T. & J. Brocklebank and Harland & Wolff  B/BROC/8/1/2  15 Sept 1884

Specifications of iron sailing ship between T. & J. Brocklebank and Oswald, Nordaunt of Southampton  B/BROC/8/1/3  8 Oct 1885

Envelope containing specifications and contract between Brocklebanks and Gourlays for new steel steamer, Bengali  B/BROC/8/1/4  20 Feb 1900

Specification for an unnamed vessel  B/BROC/8/1/5  Nov 1898

Makarand (310) and unnamed vessel (313)  B/BROC/8/1/6  25 May 1911

Maihar  B/BROC/8/1/7  1912

Malancha (709) and Macharda (710)  B/BROC/8/1/8  12 June 1917

Mahsud (696)  B/BROC/8/1/9  1918

Marwarri (417)  B/BROC/8/1/10  22 Jan 1934

Malancha (428) and Macharda (430)  B/BROC/8/1/11  3 Mar 1936

Malakand (454) and Matheran (455)  B/BROC/8/1/12  1 Jan 1940

Empire Trust (679)  B/BROC/8/1/13  2 Oct 1940

Mahanada (457)  B/BROC/8/1/14  1 Apr 1942

Magdapur (460) and Manipur (461)  B/BROC/8/1/15  14 June 1948(?)

Mawana (516)  B/BROC/8/1/16  27 June 1958

Mandasor (372)  B/BROC/8/1/17  n.d

Martand (438) and Manaar (447)  B/BROC/8/1/18  n.d

Maidan (231)  B/BROC/8/1/19  n.d

Mahratta (328)  B/BROC/8/1/20  n.d

Unnamed (417)  B/BROC/8/1/21  n.d

Anchoria and Media  B/BROC/8/1/22  n.d

Mahsirah  B/BROC/8/1/23  n.d

Mahakua and Mahanada  B/BROC/8/1/24  n.d

Markhor  B/BROC/8/1/25  n.d

Mahronda  B/BROC/8/1/26  n.d

Unnamed (308)  B/BROC/8/1/27  n.d

Agreements  B/BROC/8/2/1 - 10  1810 - 1939

T. & J. Brocklebank and R. Cooke to buy the brig Caroline being built by Brocklebanks  B/BROC/8/2/1  22 Jan 1810

T. & J. Brocklebank and Henry Richardson, re brig William  B/BROC/8/2/2  7 Oct 1811

T. & J. Brocklebank and John Welsh, re brigs Margaret and Frances  B/BROC/8/2/3  31 Oct 1812

T. & J. Brocklebank and Charles Connell, re Mahada and Malakuta  B/BROC/8/2/4  26 Feb 1913

T. & J. Brocklebank and Charles Connell, re Manaar and Maizar  B/BROC/8/2/5  13 Jul 1914

T. & J. Brocklebank and Charles Dunn & Co., and William Hamilton & Co., re vessel 308  B/BROC/8/2/6  1 Dec 1914 - 12 Feb 1915

3 Items

Agreements to build  B/BROC/8/2/7  1917 - 1939

14 Items

Contents:
Mahratta 328 2 June 1917
Makalla 331 31 Jul 1917
Mandasor 372 17 Sept 1919
Malia 377 7 May 1919
Mahronda 390 11 Apr 1924
Matra 396 13 May 1925
Malabar 432 28 Jul 1937
Manaar 447 14 Sept 1939
Malakand 705 5 Sept 1917
Matheran 706
Malancha and Macharda 709 and 710 25 Mar 1916
Manipur 729 23 Apr 1919
Magdapur 730 23 Nov 1939
And one unnamed 943 cancelled

T. & J. Brocklebank and Hamiltons (builders) with Cammell Lairds, re engines in Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/8/2/8  20 Oct 1921

T. & J. Brocklebank and Charles Connell, re Maidan  B/BROC/8/2/9  24 Apr 1924

T. & J. Brocklebank and Charles Connell, re Mahseer  B/BROC/8/2/10  2 Feb 1925

Correspondence, re Shipbuilding  B/BROC/8/3/1 - 2  1939 - 1949(?)

Bundle of letters between Brocklebanks and shipbuilders, re new vessels  B/BROC/8/3/1  16 Nov 1939 - 14 Nov 1949(?)

c. 100 items

Folder of correspondence between Brocklebanks, Government and shipbuilders, re building of new vessels  B/BROC/8/3/2  7 Jul 1942 - 20 Aug 1945

100 Items

Vessel Registration  B/BROC/8/4/1  31 Jul 1939

Contents:
Certificate of registry of Malakand.

Plans  B/BROC/8/5/1 - 3  1950 - 1960

Volume of plans of Brocklebank and Cunard cargo vessels  B/BROC/8/5/1  Feb 1950

Sail plan of topsail schooner by David MacGregor. [not Brocklebank vessel]  B/BROC/8/5/2  Nov 1960

Plan of steel, single screw cargo vessel  B/BROC/8/5/3  n.d

Contents:
[Unnamed]

Pamphlets, etc  B/BROC/8/6/1 - 2  1914 - 1947

Mahanada and Malancha  B/BROC/8/6/1  1914 and 1937

2 Copies

Malancha, Mahanada and Maidan  B/BROC/8/6/2  Oct 1947

Photographs  B/BROC/8/7/1 - 2  1935 - 1945

Photographs recording the shortening of four Brocklebank steamers, Mathura, Mangalore, Magdapur and Manipur at Smith's Dock Co., Ltd  B/BROC/8/7/1  Jan - June 1935

Contents:
2 albums and 1 framed photograph

Photographs of the Magdapur on trials  B/BROC/8/7/2  Jan 1945

2 Items

WORLD WAR I  B/BROC/9/1 - 10  1914 - 1936

Folder: "T. & J. Brocklebank and the Great War", by A.B. Hughes, hand-written chronological account  B/BROC/9/1  1914 - 1918

Typescript, House of Brocklebank during the Great War, by A.B. Hughes  B/BROC/9/2  c.1918

Typescript, House of Brocklebank during the Great War, with appendices by members of staff  B/BROC/9/3  c.1918

2 Copies

Volume, a digest of Brocklebanks wartime correspondence with Calcutta  B/BROC/9/4  1918

2 Copies

Record of vessels carrying 3 pounder guns  B/BROC/9/5  14 Jul 1915 - 1 Jan 1917

Folder of transcripts of official register of vessels with prefix, "war", bought by the Government and run by various companies, as agents  B/BROC/9/6  3 Sept 1917 - 25 Feb 1920

Box of maps of naval operations in the Battle of the Falklands, from the Official History of the War (World War I)  B/BROC/9/7  1919

18 Items

Book, Shipping Losses in World War I (HMSO)  B/BROC/9/8  1919

Letters from crew members relating experiences during World War I  B/BROC/9/9  26 Mar 1936 - 24 Sept 1936

Contents:
[42 items and index]

Articles by Sir Percy Bates and A.B. Hughes, as advice to the Board of Trade on the use of liners and control of shipping during World War I and its relevance to any future conflict  B/BROC/9/10  28 Oct 1936

4 Items

Contents:
Also an article by Sir Percy Bates on commerce in war.

WORLD WAR II  B/BROC/10/1 - 36  1936 - 1955

Comments by Denis H. Bates, re Government proposals for air raid precautions in Liverpool  B/BROC/10/1  21 Dec 1936 - 12 Feb 1937

Liverpool Steamship Owners Association, papers, re the war time requisition and insurance of vessels  B/BROC/10/2  11 Feb 1937 - 19 Aug 1939

Contents:
[40 items]
Also papers, re shipping policy in pre-war period and liner requisition during war time. [14 items]

Folder of correspondence with various shipbuilders, re Malakand, Manaar, Matheran and Mahanada  B/BROC/10/3  5 Sept 1939 - 1 May 1941

Loose-leaf volume: "War Diary 1939 - 1945"  B/BROC/10/4  1939 - 1945

Two folders, re World War II casualties  B/BROC/10/5  13 Sept 1939 - 7 May 1944

Bundle of correspondence with government departments, re shipping policy during World War II, particularly the speed of vessels  B/BROC/10/6  31 Mar 1939 - 28 Mar 1944

25 Items

Bundle of correspondence with the Government and members of the Calcutta Conference, re shipping arrangements  B/BROC/10/7  6 Sept 1939 - 16 Mar 1946

50 Items

Hand-written book containing record of members of sea-going staff recommended for decorations by Chairman of Brocklebank's during World War II  B/BROC/10/8  1939 - 1945

Bundle of correspondence with Sir H. Hurcombe, re shipping  B/BROC/10/9  1 Jan 1940 - 6 June 1944

8 Items

Correspondence with the Ministry of War Transport, re Gallantry Awards for Brocklebank staff  B/BROC/10/10  4 Jan 1940 - 15 Mar 1946

2 Folders

Correspondence with the Inland Revenue and accountants, re Excess Profits Tax  B/BROC/10/11  14 Feb 1940 - 8 June 1944

11 Items

Bundle of correspondence, re medals awarded by Brocklebanks to crew members  B/BROC/10/12  21 Mar 1940 - 18 Nov 1949

c.100 items

Bundle of correspondence with Commander-in-Chief, Western Approaches, Flag Officer, Liverpool and Commodores of Convoys, re AA guns on vessels in the Mersey and loan of ship models for practice in ship recognition  B/BROC/10/13  14 May 1940 - 24 Apr 1942

c.50 items

Bundle of correspondence with the accounts department of the Ministry of Transport  B/BROC/10/14  24 June 1940 - 11 Oct 1944

c.50 items

Insurance company list of vessels lost in August 1940  B/BROC/10/15  28 Aug 1940

Information from the Ministry of Shipping, re war time requisition of shipping  B/BROC/10/16  23 Aug 1940 - 5 Oct 1943

3 Items

Letters from sea-going staff, relating experiences during World War II  B/BROC/10/17  5 Dec 1940 - 23 Nov 1945

c.50 items

Two postcards from POWs in Germany  B/BROC/10/18  1941

Six books and three letters to British Liner Committee, re liner requisition during World War II  B/BROC/10/19  Dec 1941 - 30 Mar 1948

Letter from the Admiralty, thanking crew for attempts to save the Malakand  B/BROC/10/20  19 Sept 1941

Folder, re bravery awards  B/BROC/10/21  6 Jan 1941 - 13 Oct 1941

Folder of war-time agreements with various ministries  B/BROC/10/22  26 Feb 1941 - 22 Sept 1955

5 Items

Names of merchant seamen recommended for New Year's Honours List by Brocklebanks  B/BROC/10/23  1 Jan 1942

Envelope containing specimen money issued to the British Expeditionary Force in North Africa  B/BROC/10/24  8 Nov 1942

Folder of correspondence, re loan of ship models for training  B/BROC/10/25  31 Oct 1942 - 1 Dec 1942

Folder of correspondence with government departments and copies of Parliamentary reports [x 7], re shipping policy during World War II  B/BROC/10/26  30 June 1942 - 18 Mar 1943

Folder containing Chairman D.H. Bates' Christmas Greetings to staff during the war years  B/BROC/10/27  21 Dec 1942 - 25 Dec 1948

Bundle of correspondence with government departments, re shipping policy during World War II  B/BROC/10/28  18 Mar 1943 - 9 Nov 1943

Bundle of correspondence with government departments, re manning of vessels during World War II  B/BROC/10/29  3 Sept 1943 - 8 Mar 1944

c.40 items

Log of Samovar when towing Trocas which had a fire on board in New Zealand waters  B/BROC/10/30  7 Sept 1943

Folder, re talks on derequisitioning in 1944  B/BROC/10/31  18 Nov 1943 - 25 Mar 1949

9 Items

Three bravery certificates awarded to Indian seamen, and London Gazette certificate of publication of names  B/BROC/10/32  29 Aug 1944

Three bravery award medals from the Lord Chamberlain's Office, awarded to Indian seamen  B/BROC/10/33  n.d., c.1944

Bundle of correspondence with Indian Government, re postwar planning  B/BROC/10/34  9 Jan 1945 - 25 Jul 1946

25 Items

"Invitations to Tender" for the sale of Government vessels following World War II  B/BROC/10/35  1946

3 Items

Book, Voyage 62, an account of experiences of the crew of the Mandasor during a voyage east in World War II  B/BROC/10/36  1947

3 Copies

PHOTOGRAPHS  B/BROC/11/1 - 13  1779 - 1970

Photographs of Paintings of Early Brocklebank Vessels  B/BROC/11/1/1 - 9  c.1805 - 1970

Administrative history:
These were taken for the projected history of Brocklebanks, for which W. Stewart Rees also amassed the material in the "History Section" of this archive. Much of this material was used in Brocklebanks, by J.F. Gibson (1953).

Box of Photographs of Paintings of early Brocklebank Vessels  B/BROC/11/1/1/1 - 19  c.1805 - 1889

24 Items

Ameer and Sindia  B/BROC/11/1/1/1  [n.d.]

Antigua Packet  B/BROC/11/1/1/2  [n.d.]

Aracan [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/1/3  [n.d.]

Baroda  B/BROC/11/1/1/4  [n.d.]

Countess of Lonsdale  B/BROC/11/1/1/5  [n.d.]

Maiden  B/BROC/11/1/1/6  [n.d.]

Mahratta  B/BROC/11/1/1/7  [n.d.]

Perseverance  B/BROC/11/1/1/8  [n.d.]

Pindari  B/BROC/11/1/1/9  [n.d.]

Princess Charlotte [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/1/10  [n.d.]

Rimac [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/1/11  [n.d.]

Sindia  B/BROC/11/1/1/12  [n.d.]

Sir Henry Pottinger [x 3]  B/BROC/11/1/1/13  [n.d.]

Swallow  B/BROC/11/1/1/14  [n.d.]

Talookdar  B/BROC/11/1/1/15  [n.d.]

Tigris  B/BROC/11/1/1/16  [n.d.]

Zemindar  B/BROC/11/1/1/17  [n.d.]

Whitehaven harbour with Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/11/1/1/18  [n.d.]

Drawings of stern of sailing vessels. [no names]  B/BROC/11/1/1/19  [n.d.]

Envelope Containing Photographs of Pictures in Brocklebank Boardroom  B/BROC/11/1/2/1 - 4  1950

9 Items

Antigua Packet [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/2/1  [n.d.]

Aracan [x 3]  B/BROC/11/1/2/2  [n.d.]

Princess Charlotte [x 3]  B/BROC/11/1/2/3  [n.d.]

Denis Haughton Bates, Chairman in Boardroom  B/BROC/11/1/2/4  [n.d.]

Envelope Containing Photographs of Paintings  B/BROC/11/1/3/1-7  1950

7 Items

Antigua Packet  B/BROC/11/1/3/1  [n.d.]

Ariel  B/BROC/11/1/3/2  [n.d.]

Baroda  B/BROC/11/1/3/3  [n.d.]

Countess of Lonsdale  B/BROC/11/1/3/4  [n.d.]

Maidan  B/BROC/11/1/3/5  [n.d.]

Swallow  B/BROC/11/1/3/6  [n.d.]

Sindia  B/BROC/11/1/3/7  [n.d.]

Envelope "A": Photographs of Paintings Reproduced in Brocklebanks, by J.F. Gibson  B/BROC/11/1/4/1-4  1950

8 Items

Aracan [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/4/1  [n.d.]

Countess of Lonsdale [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/4/2  [n.d.]

Dash [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/4/3  [n.d.]

Tigris [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/4/4  [n.d.]

Envelope "B": Photographs of Paintings Reproduced in Brocklebanks, by J.F. Gibson  B/BROC/11/1/5/1-11  1950

25 Items

Ameer and Sindia  B/BROC/11/1/5/1  [n.d.]

Aracan  B/BROC/11/1/5/2  [n.d.]

Baroda  B/BROC/11/1/5/3  [n.d.]

Countess of Lonsdale [x 7]  B/BROC/11/1/5/4  [n.d.]

Dash  B/BROC/11/1/5/5  [n.d.]

Florence Nightingale  B/BROC/11/1/5/6  [n.d.]

Perseverance [x 3]  B/BROC/11/1/5/7  [n.d.]

Princess Charlotte [x 3]  B/BROC/11/1/5/8  [n.d.]

Swallow [3]  B/BROC/11/1/5/9  [n.d.]

Rajmahal [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/5/10  [n.d.]

Talookdar [x 2]  B/BROC/11/1/5/11  [n.d.]

Envelope: Photograph of model of Holkar I with letters from Cockrams  B/BROC/11/1/6  25 May 1967

Folder of photographs of model of Tenasserim, with bill from John Mills  B/BROC/11/1/7  23 June 1970

Envelope "C": coloured prints from a magazine, of Princess Charlotte and Mangalore  B/BROC/11/1/8  n.d

Postcard advertisement of Ameer  B/BROC/11/1/9  n.d

File Containing Photographs, Newspaper Cuttings and Notes  B/BROC/11/2/1 - 21  1862 - 1917

Burdwan  B/BROC/11/2/1  1862

1 Photograph

Ariel IV  B/BROC/11/2/2  1862

1 Photograph

Tenasserim  B/BROC/11/2/3  1866

4 Photographs

Bolan  B/BROC/11/2/4  1882

2 Photographs

Zemindar  B/BROC/11/2/5  1885

1 photograph and cutting

Gaekwar  B/BROC/11/2/6  1890

10 Photographs

Pindari  B/BROC/11/2/7  1891

7 Photographs

Mahratta  B/BROC/11/2/8  1892

14 Photographs

Marwarri  B/BROC/11/2/9  1900

2 photographs with notes

Bengali  B/BROC/11/2/10  1901

20 photographs, some of sinking in 1917

Mahronda  B/BROC/11/2/11  1905

17 Photographs

Manipur  B/BROC/11/2/12  1906

12 Photographs

Media  B/BROC/11/2/13  1911

1 Photograph

Maidan  B/BROC/11/2/14  1912

11 photographs and drawing

Anchoria  B/BROC/11/2/15  1912

2 Photographs

Mahanada  B/BROC/11/2/16  1914

16 photographs and brochure

Malakuta  B/BROC/11/2/17  1914

3 Photographs

Stockwell  B/BROC/11/2/18  1916

2 Photographs

Holywell  B/BROC/11/2/19  1916

2 Photographs

Maharatta  B/BROC/11/2/20  1917

3 Cuttings

Mahsud  B/BROC/11/2/21  1917

99 photographs and cuttings

Files Containing Photographs, Newspaper Cuttings, etc  B/BROC/11/3/1 - 22  1917 - 1937

Maihir  B/BROC/11/3/1  1917

14 photographs, 2 drawings

Malancha  B/BROC/11/3/2  1918

4 photographs, 1 cutting

Makalia  B/BROC/11/3/3  1918

1 photograph, 4 cuttings

Macharda  B/BROC/11/3/4  1918

3 Photographs

Matheran II  B/BROC/11/3/5  1919

11 photographs, 1 drawing

Mazirah  B/BROC/11/3/6  1919

47 Photographs

Malakand II  B/BROC/11/3/7  1919

27 Photographs

D.W. Williams  B/BROC/11/3/8  1920

1 Photograph

Mangalore  B/BROC/11/3/9  1920

7 Photographs

Manipur II  B/BROC/11/3/10  1920

20 photographs, 3 cuttings

Mathura  B/BROC/11/3/11  1920

36 photographs, 2 cuttings

Mathura  B/BROC/11/3/12  1920

Large size photograph

Mandasor II  B/BROC/11/3/13  1920

2 Photographs

Malia  B/BROC/11/3/14  1921

7 Photographs

Magdapur  B/BROC/11/3/15  1921

11 photographs, 1 cutting, 1 letter

Maidan II  B/BROC/11/3/16  1925

8 photographs, 2 cuttings

Mahout  B/BROC/11/3/17  1925

14 Photographs

Matra II  B/BROC/11/3/18  1926

12 Photographs

Markhor  B/BROC/11/3/19  1929

18 photographs, 1 cutting

Marwarri II  B/BROC/11/3/20  1935

40 Photographs

Martand  B/BROC/11/3/21  1936

1 Photograph

Malancha II  B/BROC/11/3/22  1937

96 photographs, 1 brochure

Files of Photographs, Newspaper Cuttings, etc  B/BROC/11/4/1 - 8  1942 - 1947

Matheran III  B/BROC/11/4/1  1942

17 Photographs

Mahanada III  B/BROC/11/4/2  1943

4 Photographs

Samgaudia  B/BROC/11/4/3  1944

26 Photographs

Magdapur II  B/BROC/11/4/4  1944

74 Photographs

Manipur III  B/BROC/11/4/5  1945

190 Photographs

Samovar  B/BROC/11/4/6  1946

3 Photographs

Manaar II  B/BROC/11/4/7  1947

1 Print

Malakand III  B/BROC/11/4/8  1947

38 Photographs

Files of Photographs, Newspaper Cuttings, etc  B/BROC/11/5/1 - 19  1946 - 1958

Mandasor III  B/BROC/11/5/1  1946

10 Photographs

Mahronda III  B/BROC/11/5/2  1946

28 Photographs

Makalla II  B/BROC/11/5/3  1946

12 Photographs

Maidan III  B/BROC/11/5/4  1946

8 Photographs

Malabar II  B/BROC/11/5/5  1947

2 Photographs

Mahseer II  B/BROC/11/5/6  1948

27 photographs, 3 negatives

Matra III  B/BROC/11/5/7  1949

15 Photographs

Manaar III  B/BROC/11/5/8  1950

19 Photographs

Maipura  B/BROC/11/5/9  1951

35 photographs, 4 negatives, 1 cutting

Maskelya  B/BROC/11/5/10  1953

16 photographs, 1 cutting

Maturata  B/BROC/11/5/11  1954

14 Photographs

Mahsirah III  B/BROC/11/5/12  1956

7 Photographs

Madulsima  B/BROC/11/5/13  1957

1 Photograph

Makrana  B/BROC/11/5/14  1957

23 Photographs

Makrana  B/BROC/11/5/15  1957

1 Photograph

Mawana  B/BROC/11/5/16  1958

12 Photographs

Mawana  B/BROC/11/5/17  1958

1 Photograph

Mangla  B/BROC/11/5/18  1958

2 Photographs

Mangla  B/BROC/11/5/19  1958

1 Photograph

Files of Photographs, Newscuttings, etc  B/BROC/11/6/1 - 15  1923 - 1964

Andania [at launch]  B/BROC/11/6/1  1923

Anchoria  B/BROC/11/6/2  1923

1 Photograph

Matra  B/BROC/11/6/3  1931

1 Photograph

Malabar  B/BROC/11/6/4  1938

Contents:
11 photographs, 2 cuttings (torn)

Martand II  B/BROC/11/6/5  1939

42 Photographs

Empire Trust  B/BROC/11/6/6  1941

2 Photographs

Fort Camosin  B/BROC/11/6/7  1942

Contents:
[6 photographs, and a letter from Winston Churchill]

Mangla  B/BROC/11/6/8  1957

5 Photographs

Mathura II  B/BROC/11/6/9  1959

28 Photographs

Markhor II  B/BROC/11/6/10  1962

Contents:
[o.s. photographs]

Markhor II  B/BROC/11/6/11  1962

11 Photographs

Mahout  B/BROC/11/6/12  1963

26 Photographs

Saxonia  B/BROC/11/6/13  1964

1 Photograph

Envelope, re unidentified Brocklebank ships  B/BROC/11/6/14  n.d

15 Items

Non-Brocklebank photographs  B/BROC/11/6/15  n.d

Photograph Albums - Shipping Records  B/BROC/11/7/1 - 3  1900 - 1939

Contents:
Three albums (labelled 1, 2 and 4) of photographs of launchings, incidents during service, and personnel from the following vessels. Each album contains a detailed description of the photographs.

Album "1"  B/BROC/11/7/1  1900 - 1929

Contents:
Bengali
Imani
Macharda
Mahratta
Maimyo
Malakand
Malakuta
Malia
Mandasor
Media
Stockwell
A.B. Hughes

Album "2"  B/BROC/11/7/2  1919 - 1935

Contents:
Manaar
Mangalore
Manipur
Markhor
Marwarri
Masirah
Mathura
Matra

Album "4"  B/BROC/11/7/3  1919 - 1939

Contents:
Macharda
Magdapur
Mahronda
Mahsud
Maidan
Maihar
Makalla
Alamar
Malabar

Miscellaneous Photographs  B/BROC/11/8/1 - 24  1779 - 1964

Letter of Marque for Castor  B/BROC/11/8/1  1779

3 Photographs

Photograph of memorials in Whitehaven Church to Wilson Fisher and Daniel Brocklebank  B/BROC/11/8/2  1844, 1853

Manipur, disguised as a battle-cruiser  B/BROC/11/8/3  1915

Bengali exhibition mounting with photographs of sinking  B/BROC/11/8/4  1918

Exercise book with photographs taken by cadets of Makella and presented to Captain H. Jefferson  B/BROC/11/8/5  1919

Photographs of the Malakand cadets and Ellermans football clubs  B/BROC/11/8/6  23 Aug 1920

Photograph of cadets of the Makella  B/BROC/11/8/7  5 Mar 1925

Envelope containing photographs  B/BROC/11/8/8  17 Oct 1927

Contents:
Hooghly (India) with jute mills [x 7]
Towing of Maimyo [x 8]
Photograph of propellers in workshop
King George Dock, Calcutta [x 6]

Folder marked, "Cargo handling", containing 72 photographs  B/BROC/11/8/9  c.1930

Photograph of residences of the Brocklebank family at Whitehaven  B/BROC/11/8/10  1937

Photograph of the Martand. [o.s.]  B/BROC/11/8/11  1939

Presentation by Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society, to J.G. Turner and to H. Scurr  B/BROC/11/8/12  23 Nov 1939, 22 Jan 1946

Group photograph with Captain Malletts  B/BROC/11/8/13  Apr 1942

Envelope, re naming of British railway locomotive "Brocklebank"  B/BROC/11/8/14  20 Sept 1949

6 brochures and 9 photographs

Photographs of the Makrana. [x 2, o.s.]  B/BROC/11/8/15  1957

Envelope containing photographs of the Martand when wrecked at Ulabaria on Hooghly, 11 May 1964  B/BROC/11/8/16  15 May 1965

Envelope containing photographs  B/BROC/11/8/17  n.d

Contents:
Sir Thomas A.L. Brocklebank [x 4]
Denis Haughton Bates [x 6]
Sir Thomas Brocklebank, 1st Bt. (photograph of painting) [x 3]

Envelope containing photographs of Torpenhow Vicarage and Church [x 4] and Bridekirk Church, Cockermouth [x 4]  B/BROC/11/8/18  n.d

Photograph of silver cup given to Captain Wilson Fisher by the owners of the Adamant  B/BROC/11/8/19  n.d

2 Copies

Envelope containing photographs of Govan Graving Dock, Glasgow and Middlesborough Docks, both showing Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/11/8/20  n.d

Photographs of Whitehaven harbour  B/BROC/11/8/21  n.d

5 Copies

Publicity and advertising, re Bland's head office, Gibraltar and various newspaper cuttings, re Brocklebank shipments of tea  B/BROC/11/8/22  6 Dec 1930

Envelope of photographs of unknown Cunard Captain  B/BROC/11/8/23  n.d

Photographs of Taylors Gravity Davits  B/BROC/11/8/24  n.d

2 Copies

Glass Framed Photographs  B/BROC/11/9/1 - 11  c.1915 - 1957

SS Manipur as dummy HMS Invincible  B/BROC/11/9/1  n.d., c.1915

SS Manipur as dummy warship Vanguard II  B/BROC/11/9/2  1915

Marwarri on return from Normandy  B/BROC/11/9/3  6 June 1944 - 11 Aug 1944

Maipura  B/BROC/11/9/4  n.d

Marhor and Sydney Harbour Bridge  B/BROC/11/9/5  n.d

Marhor and Sydney Harbour Bridge  B/BROC/11/9/6  n.d

Contents:
Bow view

Marhor montage with drawing of goat  B/BROC/11/9/7  n.d

Malancha  B/BROC/11/9/8  n.d

Martland  B/BROC/11/9/9  n.d

Makrana  B/BROC/11/9/10  1957

Contents:
Un-framed

Makrana  B/BROC/11/9/11  1957

Contents:
Un-framed

Printers Blocks  B/BROC/11/10/1 - 37  c.1940 - c.1953

Mahronda  B/BROC/11/10/1  [n.d.]

Swallow  B/BROC/11/10/2  [n.d.]

Sindia, 1887  B/BROC/11/10/3  [n.d.]

Pindari  B/BROC/11/10/4  [n.d.]

Mahronda on stocks  B/BROC/11/10/5  [n.d.]

Perseverance  B/BROC/11/10/6  [n.d.]

Perseverance at Whitehaven  B/BROC/11/10/6/a  [n.d.]

Mahronda  B/BROC/11/10/7  [n.d.]

Princess Charlotte  B/BROC/11/10/8  [n.d.]

Countess of Lonsdale at Whitehaven  B/BROC/11/10/9  [n.d.]

Malancha  B/BROC/11/10/10  [n.d.]

Funnel of Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/11  [n.d.]

Denis Haughton Bates, Chairman, in his office  B/BROC/11/10/12  [n.d.]

Brocklebank and Well Line (decorative heading)  B/BROC/11/10/13  [n.d.]

Men packing in hold. [2 blocks]  B/BROC/11/10/14  [n.d.]

Loading bailed goods (the Old, Old Story)  B/BROC/11/10/15  [n.d.]

Hoisting cases of machinery on board the Old, Old Story  B/BROC/11/10/16  [n.d.]

Makalla  B/BROC/11/10/17  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/18  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/19  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/20  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/21  [n.d.]

Malancha  B/BROC/11/10/22  [n.d.]

Countess of Lonsdale  B/BROC/11/10/23  [n.d.]

Mangalore  B/BROC/11/10/24  [n.d.]

Antigua Packet  B/BROC/11/10/25  [n.d.]

Princess Charlotte  B/BROC/11/10/26  [n.d.]

Swallow  B/BROC/11/10/27  [n.d.]

Brocklebank funnel. [logo]  B/BROC/11/10/28  [n.d.]

Deck of troopship Mahratta  B/BROC/11/10/29  c.1940

Anchoria  B/BROC/11/10/30  [n.d.]

Sindia  B/BROC/11/10/31  [n.d.]

Mahseen  B/BROC/11/10/32  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/33  [n.d.]

View of four unidentified Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/11/10/34  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/35  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/36  [n.d.]

Unidentified Brocklebank vessel  B/BROC/11/10/37  [n.d.]

Two boxes of glass negatives of Bills of Lading and measurements  B/BROC/11/11  c.1954


Related information: See legal case in section 4/9/10

Glass-framed certificate of membership of Dundee Chamber of Commerce  B/BROC/11/12  12 Nov 1962

Photograph album containing photographs of vessels being repaired, including the Anchoria, Holywell, Mahout, City of Alma, Mahratta, Mahsud, Maihar, Malakuta, Malancha and Mathern  B/BROC/11/13  24 Mar 1913 - May 1936

63 Photographs

HISTORY  B/BROC/12/1 - 4  1770 - 1962

Contents:
This section of the archive comprises of notes and documents collected or compiled by W.S. Rees for his history of T. & J. Brocklebank Ltd., in the 1950s. Their original order and arrangement has been maintained as far as possible, although there is a certain amount of repetitive material which requires further sorting.

Envelopes of Historical Notes and Documents  B/BROC/12/1/1 - 19  1770 - 1955

Envelope "A"  B/BROC/12/1/1  [n.d.]

Articles or Partnership between Thomas and Ralph Brocklebank and Thomas Fisher  B/BROC/12/1/1/a  25 May 1843

London Gazette, re commission of Thomas Brocklebank to Deputy Lieutenant of Lancaster. [x 2]  B/BROC/12/1/1/b  12 Dec 1843, 7 May 1869

Builder's Certificate for the Crown, signed by Thomas and John Brocklebank  B/BROC/12/1/1/c  Jan 1822

Thomas Brocklebank's private account  B/BROC/12/1/1/d  31 Dec 1843

List of subscribers to early Brocklebank ships  B/BROC/12/1/1/e  [1800 - 1812]

Copy letters from Austin Bates to Denis Bates, re writing of Brocklebank history  B/BROC/12/1/1/f  15/18 Aug 1948

2 Items

Letter of instructions to Captain R. Brown on taking command of the Juanpore for a voyage to Hong Kong, 1863. [also transcript made in 1956]  B/BROC/12/1/1/g  1863/1956

Folder containing "Notes on the ships and service of Captain Charles Garlies Couper (1823-1899), Master-in-Sail, and a note on Captain John McKean (1781-1851), Master-in-Sail", by Charles Dickson  B/BROC/12/1/1/h  1956

Note of service of J. Kitchen (1803-1872) on Whitehaven sailing ships  B/BROC/12/1/1/i  3 Dec 1958

Folder  B/BROC/12/1/2  [n.d.]

Typescript of W.S. Rees' history of Brocklebanks, with illustrations of vessels  B/BROC/12/1/2/a  1945 - 1950

Draft typescript of Brocklebanks and Calcutta trade  B/BROC/12/1/2/b  c.1935

History of Brocklebanks for American Shipper  B/BROC/12/1/2/c  1935

Brief history of Brocklebanks  B/BROC/12/1/2/d  1935

Notes, re W.S. Rees from LNRS publication, News, Notes & Queries Vol. 4, No.5  B/BROC/12/1/2/e  1960

6 Items

Envelope "C"  B/BROC/12/1/3  [n.d.]

Details of sailings and family news from the Cumberland Pacquet, Whitehaven  B/BROC/12/1/3/a  [3 Nov 1774 - 24 Mar 1818]

Contents:
[3 originals, 2 copies]

Number of sailings and arrivals at Liverpool during various decades  B/BROC/12/1/3/b  1820-1900

Notes from Whitehaven Customs Register, re Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/12/1/3/c  1786-1840

Values of Brocklebank ships  B/BROC/12/1/3/d  c.1818-1907

Movements of Brocklebank ships  B/BROC/12/1/3/e  19 October 1801 - 19 March 1805

Contents:
Taken from T. & J. Brocklebank's Whitehaven letterbook

Notes from the Whitehaven letterbook for the period  B/BROC/12/1/3/f  19 October 1801 - 19 March 1805

Notes from the Whitehaven letterbook for the period  B/BROC/12/1/3/g  20 May 1809 - 4 October 1811

Notes taken from the Whitehaven letterbook for the period  B/BROC/12/1/3/h  4 October 1811 - 13 October 1815

Notes taken from the Whitehaven letterbook for the period  B/BROC/12/1/3/i  December 1817 - March 1841

Contents:
Incomplete, only pages up to 1837

Particulars taken from the Whitehaven ledger for the period  B/BROC/12/1/3/j  1801 - 1820

Contents:
[Pages up to 1817 missing]

Particulars taken from the Whitehaven [...] ledger [...] menced year 1818 and the Whitehaven journal, 1832-1841, etc  B/BROC/12/1/3/k  1818-1841

List of Brocklebank fleet in 1907 and valuation  B/BROC/12/1/3/l  1907

Photograph of newscuttings from Myer's Mercantile Advertiser, Liverpool  B/BROC/12/1/3/m  [5 Jan 1824]

Envelope "D" containing newspaper cuttings, re Brocklebanks  B/BROC/12/1/4  1935 - 1945

27 Items

Envelope "E" containing typescript notes  B/BROC/12/1/5  [n.d.]

Brocklebank fleet with dimensions  B/BROC/12/1/5/a  [1770 - 1834]

3 Copies

Brocklebank fleet each decade  B/BROC/12/1/5/b  [1775 - 1945]

2 Copies

Brocklebank fleet values from 1818  B/BROC/12/1/5/c  1818

Brocklebank vessels lost and what happened to them  B/BROC/12/1/5/d  [1866 - 1910]

Envelope "F"  B/BROC/12/1/6  [n.d.]

Copy correspondence with Lloyd's Register of Shipping, re "Old Brocklebank Ships"  B/BROC/12/1/6/a  24 Mar 1927 - 15 Dec 1936

5 Bundles

Notes on "Old Whitehaven" history  B/BROC/12/1/6/b  c.1926 - 1931

Notes on Brocklebank vessels from Lloyd's Register  B/BROC/12/1/6/c  [c.1849 - 1868]

5 Items

Envelope "G" containing notes  B/BROC/12/1/7  [n.d.]

"Ships for Sale" advertisements in various newspapers  B/BROC/12/1/7/a  [15 Dec 1794 - 18 Nov 1875]

2 Items

Old advertisements in Liverpool newspapers of sailing notices, etc  B/BROC/12/1/7/b  [18 Nov 1784 - 4 Nov 1824]

Various notes, re Brocklebanks early vessels  B/BROC/12/1/7/c  1933

"Various Articles &c."  B/BROC/12/1/7/d  1935

Copy letter from Cunard White Star Ltd., to T. & J. Brocklebank, re "old Brocklebank vessels", and other notes  B/BROC/12/1/7/e  14 Jul 1936

"Sundry papers"  B/BROC/12/1/7/f  n.d., c.1936

List of publications (records) available at the Liverpool Underwriters Association  B/BROC/12/1/7/g  n.d., c.1936

10 Items

Envelope "H" containing notes  B/BROC/12/1/8  [n.d.]

Brocklebank Line sailings to Calcutta, 1813 onwards  B/BROC/12/1/8/a  [1813 - 1855]

"Years when vessels entered the Calcutta trade"  B/BROC/12/1/8/b  1813 - 1855

Brocklebank Line sailings to China, service commenced 1829  B/BROC/12/1/8/c  c.1829

Early Brocklebank sailings to Calcutta and passages (where recorded  B/BROC/12/1/8/d  1818-1855

Envelope "I" containing notes  B/BROC/12/1/9  [n.d.]

List of vessels in which Brocklebanks had a financial interest  B/BROC/12/1/9/a  [c. 1802 - 1829]

Brocklebank shares in ships from ledger  B/BROC/12/1/9/b  1808-1820

Ships in which Brocklebanks were part-owners, c.1787-1841  B/BROC/12/1/9/c  [c.1841]

Copies of letter from John Harrison of Whitehaven, addressed to Captain Daniel Brocklebank, re the loss of the Castor in March 1781  B/BROC/12/1/9/d  [June/Jul 1782]

Envelope "J" containing notes  B/BROC/12/1/10  [n.d.]

Various notes, re Brocklebank (No. 7)  B/BROC/12/1/10/a  c.1937

Copy letter, re Brocklebank's house flag  B/BROC/12/1/10/b  1934

Extract from the Liverpool Post, 26 November 1878  B/BROC/12/1/10/c  [1878]

Contents:
"Dreadful Tragedies on a Liverpool ship. The Chief Officer and a boy murdered", re events aboard the Tenasserim from Calcutta

List of shipping lines and their dates of establishment  B/BROC/12/1/10/d  1952

Letter containing abridged transcripts of deeds, re Daniel Brocklebank's business affairs in Whitehaven, c.1738  B/BROC/12/1/10/e  1954

Declaration made at Gibraltar on the 11 February 1813 by Captain James Gunson, re Thomas Dean, Chief Mate of the Brig Balfour (built by Brocklebanks at Whitehaven, 1809) testifying that Dean was not a deserter from a Man of War  B/BROC/12/1/10/f  1952

Contents:
Presented by Sir Ernest B. Royden, Bart., 13 May 1952.

Envelope "K"  B/BROC/12/1/11  [n.d.]

Correspondence with Liverpool Steamship Owners Association and Employer's Association of Liverpool, re Merchant Navy defence course  B/BROC/12/1/11/a  29 June 1938 - 31 Jan 1939

Correspondence of Major Austin Bates with the Board of Trade et al, re anti-gas measures  B/BROC/12/1/11/b  24 Jan 1939 - 29 Mar 1939

Correspondence between Major Austin Bates and Admiralty Liaison, re wireless telegraphy call zones  B/BROC/12/1/11/c  2 Mar 1939 - 21 Mar 1939

Correspondence between Colonel Denis Bates, Messrs. A. Goodwin-Hamilton & Adamson Ltd., and the Admiralty (Naval Construction Department), re Anchor Brocklebank Liner's defensive armament parvane gear  B/BROC/12/1/11/d  17 Feb 1939 - 12 Jul 1939

Envelope "LI" containing copy correspondence statements and reports to Marine Department on ships lost or damaged by enemy action in World War II  B/BROC/12/1/12  1939 - 1943

SS Matra  B/BROC/12/1/12/a  13 November 1939

SS Manaar  B/BROC/12/1/12/b  6 September 1939

SS Magdapur  B/BROC/12/1/12/c  10 September 1939

SS Malabar  B/BROC/12/1/12/d  26 November 1939

SS Makalla  B/BROC/12/1/12/e  23 August 1939

SS Mahanada  B/BROC/12/1/12/f  26 February 1941

SS Markhor  B/BROC/12/1/12/g  11 March 1941

SS Manaar  B/BROC/12/1/12/h  18 April 1941

SS Sambridge  B/BROC/12/1/12/i  18 November 1943

Envelope "L2" containing copy correspondence statements and reports to Marine Department on ships lost or damaged by enemy action in World War II  B/BROC/12/1/13  1941-1943

SS Marwarri  B/BROC/12/1/13/a  5 October 1939

SS Mangalore  B/BROC/12/1/13/b  23 November 1939

SS Matheran  B/BROC/12/1/13/c  8 October 1940

SS Martand  B/BROC/12/1/13/d  25 April 1941

SS Mahout and SS Malakand  B/BROC/12/1/13/e  5 May 1941

SS Mahronda  B/BROC/12/1/13/f  9 June 1941

SS Mahseer  B/BROC/12/1/13/g  January 1941

SS Malancha (on tow of HMS Isis)  B/BROC/12/1/13/h  12 February 1942

SS Empire Regent, Voyage No. 1  B/BROC/12/1/13/i  29 December 1943 - 23 March 1944

SS Manaar, SS Matra, SS Manipur, SS Maidan, SS Mandabor, SS Mahanada, SS Malakand, and SS Mahronda  B/BROC/12/1/13/j  1941 - 1943

SS Marwarri  B/BROC/12/1/13/k  30 March 1942

SS Tasmania  B/BROC/12/1/13/l  20 November 1942

SS Masirah  B/BROC/12/1/13/m  May 1943

SS Markhor  B/BROC/12/1/13/n  January - April 1943

SS Fort Camosun  B/BROC/12/1/13/o  April 1944

SS Macharda, Voyage No. 15  B/BROC/12/1/13/p  1943

SS Marwarri, Voyage No. 21  B/BROC/12/1/13/q  April 1944

Envelope "MI" containing reports and correspondence, re vessel damage and losses  B/BROC/12/1/14  1939 - 1943

SS Manaar (sinking)  B/BROC/12/1/14/a  6 September 1939

SS Magdapur  B/BROC/12/1/14/b  10 September 1939

SS Malabar Convoy HX5  B/BROC/12/1/14/c  October 1939

SS Makalla  B/BROC/12/1/14/d  23 August 1940

SS Matheran and Loch Lomond  B/BROC/12/1/14/e  October 1940

SS Mahanda  B/BROC/12/1/14/f  26 February 1941

SS Malakand and SS Mahoot  B/BROC/12/1/14/g  May 1941

SS Mandasor  B/BROC/12/1/14/h  January 1941

SS Matheran  B/BROC/12/1/14/i  August 1942

SS Mahronda  B/BROC/12/1/14/j  June 1942

MV Tasmania  B/BROC/12/1/14/k  October 1942

SS Manaar (II)  B/BROC/12/1/14/l  17 April 1943

SS Solon II  B/BROC/12/1/14/m  April 1943

SS Sambridge  B/BROC/12/1/14/n  18 November 1943

Envelope "M2"  B/BROC/12/1/15  1940-1943

Private reports and correspondence to Chairman, Colonel D.H. Bates, from masters and crew engaged in operations to the Mediterranean, North Africa, Madagascar and Normandy Beaches, for the following vessels: SS Masirah, SS Machada, SS Mahsud, SS Mahoot, SS Mathura and SS Marwarri  B/BROC/12/1/15/a-h  3 Dec 1940 - 17 June 1944

8 Files

Captain's report and correspondence, re the towing of HMS Isis by the SS Malancha from Batavia to Bombay during evacuation of Singapore and Java (21 May 1942)  B/BROC/12/1/15/i  21 May 1942 - 3 Jul 1942

Chief Officer's log of events prior to, and during the towing of MS Trocas into Auckland by the SS Samovar (7 September 1943)  B/BROC/12/1/15/j  7 Sept 1943 - 17 Feb 1944

List of decorations and recommendations received by Brocklebank employees and ex-employees to 28 January 1941, and copy letters from the Admiralty, re individual awards  B/BROC/12/1/15/k  28 Jan 1941 - 19 Sept 1941

8 Items

Details of Brocklebank employees awarded HM Birthday Honours, 1942-1943 and related correspondence  B/BROC/12/1/15/l  15 June 1942 - 13 Apr 1943

Folder of Colonel Austin Bates' correspondence and various reports on shipbuilding matters  B/BROC/12/1/16  c. 1937 - 1950

8 Items

Contents:
Including details of Anchor Brocklebank building programme from 1914-1937 and a leaflet, "Three Ships", on the SS Mahanda (1914), SS Malancha (1937) and SS Maidan (1946).

Envelope "O"  B/BROC/12/1/17  1917 - 1951

Inquiry into the loss of the SS Matheran in World War I  B/BROC/12/1/17/a  1917

A history of the 1914/18 war period of Thos. & Jas. Brocklebank Ltd  B/BROC/12/1/17/b  1919

Experiences of Chief Engineer Boughton, as a prisoner of war in Germany, 1916  B/BROC/12/1/17/c  1916

"Facts & impressions at Head Office during 1939/45 war", by Mr. A.R. Hughes  B/BROC/12/1/17/d  1950

Estimate by Henry Young & Sons, Liverpool, for printing and publishing of Brocklebank History, 1770-1950  B/BROC/12/1/17/e  1951

Envelope "P"  B/BROC/12/1/18  1949 - 1951

Contents:
Correspondence between Chairman, Denis H. Bates and John Gibson, re writing and publication of Brocklebanks 1770-1950, by J.F. Gibson, 1953

Folder entitled "Misc. history-editing & publishing", correspondence between Colonel Denis Bates and J.F. Gibson  B/BROC/12/1/19  24 Mar 1950 - 22 May 1950

Volumes of MS Notes made by W.S. Rees for his projected history of Brocklebanks  B/BROC/12/2/1 - 8  1908 - c. 1950

Brocklebank ships movements, etc., taken from Liverpool newspapers, etc., Vol. 1  B/BROC/12/2/1  1770-1858

Brocklebank ships movements, etc., taken from Liverpool newspapers, etc., Vol. 2  B/BROC/12/2/2  1859-1901

Brocklebank fleet details, Book I  B/BROC/12/2/3  1770-1886

Contents:
Indexed

Brocklebank fleet details, Book II  B/BROC/12/2/4  1887-1962

Brocklebank fleet details (from original Book II), Book IV  B/BROC/12/2/5  1837-1959

Album of newscuttings, re shipping and Brocklebanks  B/BROC/12/2/6  6 Jul 1908 - 18 Oct 1946

Article on "Brocklebanks" from The Syren and Shipping Illustrated  B/BROC/12/2/7  8 Jul 1942

Folder of notes, re Brocklebanks, Calcutta, China and South American trades. Also details of careers of Captain Ray and Captain Wilson Fisher  B/BROC/12/2/8  c.1950

Eight Envelopes Containing Numerous Typescript Notes, mostly made by W.S. Rees and covering many aspects of Brocklebank history  B/BROC/12/3/1-8  1770-1962

Envelope "1"  B/BROC/12/3/1  [n.d.]

Notes from Brocklebank letter books  B/BROC/12/3/1/a  [1801 - 1817]

Notes on insurance matters from early letter books  B/BROC/12/3/1/b  [1801 - 1805]

Movements of Brocklebank ships  B/BROC/12/3/1/c  [1801 - 1837]

Particulars from Whitehaven ledger  B/BROC/12/3/1/d  [1818 - 1842]

4 Items

Envelope "2"  B/BROC/12/3/2  [n.d.]

"Brocklebank Line - various statements" - Parts 1 and 2  B/BROC/12/3/2/a  [1770 - 1918]

Brocklebank Line - "various notes", re ships and persons in separate sections; 2, 3, 4 and 5. [1 missing]  B/BROC/12/3/2/b  [1786 - 1891]

Various notes, re Brocklebanks, with some press cuttings  B/BROC/12/3/2/c  21 Jul 1929

Envelope "3"  B/BROC/12/3/3  [n.d.]

Brocklebank fleet list  B/BROC/12/3/3/a  [1770 - 1962]

Brocklebanks ships with tonnage and rig  B/BROC/12/3/3/b  [1770 - 1929]

Brocklebank fleet with dimensions  B/BROC/12/3/3/c  [1770 - 1935]

Brocklebank, Anchor and Well Lines. [9 sections]  B/BROC/12/3/3/d  [1770 - 1935]

Brocklebank ships and what happened to them  B/BROC/12/3/3/e  [1770 - 1888]

Brocklebank Line - additions to fleet  B/BROC/12/3/3/f  [1770 - 1925]

List of wooden vessels built  B/BROC/12/3/3/g  [1788 - 1865]

List of vessels in which Brocklebanks had an interest  B/BROC/12/3/3/h  [1802 - 1865]

Envelope "4"  B/BROC/12/3/4  [n.d.]

Vessels, of various owners, cleared at Liverpool for Calcutta (from Gores Directory)  B/BROC/12/3/4/a  22 May 1814 - 28 May 1818

Paper on "Liverpool - Calcutta Trade"  B/BROC/12/3/4/b  1933

Envelope "5"  B/BROC/12/3/5  [n.d.]

Old advertisements, re Brocklebanks from Liverpool newspapers  B/BROC/12/3/5/a  [1774-1905]

2 Items

Extracts from Cumberland Pacquet and Gores Advertiser, re Brocklebanks  B/BROC/12/3/5/b  [1775-1816]

Notes from Whitehaven Library, re Daniel Brocklebank's vessels  B/BROC/12/3/5/c  [1822-1828]

4 Items

Envelope "6"  B/BROC/12/3/6  [n.d.]

Notes from Captain McWeans letters (Marine Superintendent, Brocklebanks Ltd.)  B/BROC/12/3/6/a  [Dec 1867 - 15 Dec 1874]

Correspondence with Lloyd's, re early Brocklebank ships  B/BROC/12/3/6/b  24 May 1927 - 28 May 1935

2 Items

Letter from Brocklebanks to Joseph Wear of Whitehaven, re Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/12/3/6/c  21 Sept 1926

Loose torn sheet with notes, re early Brocklebank vessels  B/BROC/12/3/6/d  n.d

Contents:
Labelled 2.

Envelope "7"  B/BROC/12/3/7  [n.d.]

"Brocklebanks" from the Liverpool Daily Post  B/BROC/12/3/7/a  22 Feb 1902

Article about "Brocklebanks" from the Liverpool Journal of Commerce  B/BROC/12/3/7/b  8 Feb 1912

"From Sail to Steam", about Brocklebanks, from Town and Country News  B/BROC/12/3/7/c  15 Aug 1930

"Brocklebank Line", from New Era Illustrated  B/BROC/12/3/7/d  Oct 1928

Envelope "8"  B/BROC/12/3/8  [n.d.]

Notes taken from Rise & Progress of City Line, by Captain John Smith  B/BROC/12/3/8/a  1840-1903

"Harrison Line" from the Liverpool Daily Post  B/BROC/12/3/8/b  18 Jul 1927

History of Clan Line, from New Era Illustrated  B/BROC/12/3/8/c  Oct 1928

Notes, re Sandbach Tinne  B/BROC/12/3/8/d  n.d

Folders of Typescript Notes by W.S. Rees  B/BROC/12/4/1 - 10  1770-1947

Folder: "Short History of Brocklebanks", by W.S. Rees  B/BROC/12/4/1  1931

Two folders of drafts for a Brocklebank history, by W.S. Rees  B/BROC/12/4/2 - 3  1946

Folder containing notes  B/BROC/12/4/4  1770-1945

Contents:
Brocklebank fleet with dimensions. [1770-1939]
Brocklebank fleet with tonnage and rig. [1770-1945]
Values of Brocklebank fleet. [1818-1907]
Size of Brocklebank fleet each ten years. [1775-1945]
Correspondence with Lloyd's, re early vessels. 29 Mar 1927 - 23 Nov 1937

Folder containing notes  B/BROC/12/4/5  1775-1906

Contents:
Sailings to the Americas, Canada and the West Indies. [1775-1897]
Sailings to Calcutta. [1813-1899]
Entry to the Calcutta Trade. [1813]
Entry to the China Trade. [1829-1906]
Entry to the Bombay Trade. [1833-1855]
Advertisements from "old" Liverpool papers. [25 Mar 1784 - 21 Nov 1823]

Folder with sections labelled "various notes", "various articles" and "various statements"  B/BROC/12/4/6  1775-1926

Contents:
Ships, sailings and sales. [1775-1815]
Labour troubles at Whitehaven, notes by Thomas Brocklebank, re cargoes, stores, etc., and loss of Perseverance [1816-1833]
Building specifications, launches, fast passage, Newfoundland. [1834-1858]
Brocklebank Line notes, masters' letters of engagement, Veronica and Chinese pirates, marine superintendents' notebooks, lighting of vessels. [1846-1874]
Old Brocklebank ships, flying of house flag. [1775-1850]
Painting of Princess Charlotte, dimensions of early ships, correspondence with Whitehaven, Lloyd's and Cork, re early ships, lighting of vessels. [1805-1900]
Sailing advertisements, press gang at Whitehaven, some early Brocklebank vessels. [1775-1855]
Sailings to various ports, dates of foundation of line, pictures available. [1835-1926]

Folder containing articles and notes  B/BROC/12/4/7  1810-1929

Contents:
Brocklebank Line from the Liverpool Daily Post. 22 Feb 1902
Brocklebank Line from the Liverpool Journal of Commerce. 8 Feb 1912
"The House of Brocklebank", from the Whitehaven News. 21 Feb 1929
"Story of a Line", from New Era Illustrated. Oct 1928
Comparisons and dimensions of Brocklebank vessels. [1815-1887]
Additions to fleet, annual number and tonnage. [1810-1947]
Long service of Brocklebank wooden vessels. [1815-1858]
Comparison of size of Brocklebank crews. [1814-1918]
List of clearances from Liverpool - Calcutta. [1814-1818]
Story of Liverpool - Calcutta trade. [1814-1933]

Folder containing notes  B/BROC/12/4/8  1770-1934

Contents:
"Fifty Years in the Merchant Service", by Captain W. Ray, Marine Superintendent at Liverpool, in the Liverpool Journal of Commerce. 22 Oct 1921
Brocklebank Marine Superintendents at Liverpool. 1836-1934
History of Ellerman Line, from an article in Fair Play. 8 Sept 1921
History of Harrison Line, from the Liverpool Daily Post. n.d.
History of Clan Line from an article in New Era Illustrated. Oct 1928
"From Sail to Steam" in Town and Country News. Aug 1930
Vessels in which Brocklebanks had an interest. [1802-1865]
Alphabetical list of vessels owned by Brocklebanks or in which they had a share. [1791-1891]
Chronological note on the Calcutta trade. [1813-1912]
Cause of disappearance of vessels from the Brocklebank fleet. [1770-1888]

Folder, re Brocklebank family history  B/BROC/12/4/9  1773-1843

Contents:
Transcripts of the wills of Daniel (b.1741), Thomas (b.1774), John (b.1779), Ralph Snr. (b.1803) and Ralph Jnr (b.1839)
Brocklebank; Thomas Fisher, 1st Bart. (b.1814); Thomas Brocklebank, 2nd Bart. (b.1848), Harold (b.1853), Geoffrey (b.1882) and Aubrey (b.1873).
1773-1843

Folder of notes, re Brocklebank family history  B/BROC/12/4/10  1892

Contents:
Captain W. Fisher.
Origin of Brocklebank name.
Old Whitehaven.
Possible site of "Casco Bay".
Chronological records of the family.
Calcutta Conference Agreement, 1892.

FAMILY  B/BROC/13/1 - 17  1734-1959

Envelope containing copies of birth certificates of eight members of the Brocklebank family  B/BROC/13/1  1734-1872

Copies of Wills  B/BROC/13/2  1773-1839

Contents:
Daniel Brocklebank 26 Apr 1773
Thomas Brocklebank 1 Apr 1801
John Brocklebank 21 Feb 1814
Thomas Brocklebank 2 Jan 1839

Envelope containing a letter from W.G. Graham to Thomas Brocklebank, re Graham's standing for Parliament. An Invitation inviting Thomas Fisher to a ball and supper. List of "Javelin" members [n.d.]  B/BROC/13/3  21 Dec 1828 & 23 Feb 1838

3 Items

Copy of the Will of Joseph Robinson  B/BROC/13/4  10 Mar 1837

Receipts given by Thomas Brocklebank  B/BROC/13/5  18 Apr 1837 & 21 Aug 1837

2 Items

Epitome of the Will of Thomas Brocklebank  B/BROC/13/6  25 May 1843

Licence for Thomas Fisher to change his name to Brocklebank  B/BROC/13/7  5 Dec 1845

Certificate of appointment of Sir Thomas Brocklebank to High Sheriff  B/BROC/13/8  3 Feb 1864

Certificate of appointment of Sir Thomas Brocklebank to Deputy Lieutenant  B/BROC/13/9  23 Apr 1869

Booklet containing press cuttings and letters [x 3] concerning dispute over "right of way" at Irton Hall (the Brocklebank home)  B/BROC/13/10  Dec 1897

Book with obituaries of Sir Aubrey Brocklebank, taken from various newspapers  B/BROC/13/11  27 Apr 1929

2 Copies

Folder containing letters of enquiry to various individuals and organisations for information for the proposed history of Brocklebanks  B/BROC/13/12  8 Mar 1933 - 20 Mar 1941

c.50 items

Press cuttings concerning Sir Aubrey Brocklebank, Harold Brocklebank and Thomas A.L. Brocklebank  B/BROC/13/13  1936-1938

6 Items

Hymn sheet from funeral service of Denis H. Bates at Childwall Parish Church  B/BROC/13/14  13 Sept 1959

Folder with loose notes, re the Brocklebank family  B/BROC/13/15  n.d., c.1959

Envelope of notes on the Brocklebank family, by W.S. Rees  B/BROC/13/16  n.d., c.1959

Envelope of notes on the Brocklebank family, by W.S. Rees  B/BROC/13/17  n.d., c.1959

MISCELLANEOUS  B/BROC/14/1 - 47  1762 - 1975

Copies of letters, re the building of Stockbridge bridge and its completion  B/BROC/14/1  29 June 1762 - 19 Sept 1763

Map, re the auction of Wodow Bank estate, Cumberland  B/BROC/14/2  17 Oct 1801

Act of Parliament, re fisheries in Cumberland  B/BROC/14/3  5 June 1802

Log of the Brig Boyton for a voyage from Whitehaven to the West Indies and return. Joseph Fearon, Master, and log kept by R. Ruddick  B/BROC/14/4  17 Apr 1810 - 19 Oct 1810

English - Hindustani Dictionary  B/BROC/14/5  1811

Plans for the extension of Whitehaven Harbour  B/BROC/14/6  7 Mar 1822

2 Items

Plans for the improvement of Whitehaven Harbour  B/BROC/14/7  1836

1 vol.

Plan of review of the Volunteer Corps., Knowsley  B/BROC/14/8  1 Sept 1868

Poll Book for election at Whitehaven  B/BROC/14/9  1868

Volume: 100 Years of Association of Average Adjusters  B/BROC/14/10  1869

Copies [x 2] of the Liverpool Echo  B/BROC/14/11  27 Oct 1879

Bye-laws of the Port of Calcutta  B/BROC/14/12  1890 - 1911

Meteorological Atlas of Indian Seas  B/BROC/14/13  1908

Brochure, re marine display on the River Mersey  B/BROC/14/14  11 Jul 1913

File containing the official report on the loss of the SS Lusitania (days 1-35). Also Cunard Steam Ship Co., Ltd., trust deed and offer for sale of 7% debenture stock  B/BROC/14/15  15 June 1915 - 5 Jan 1921

6 Items

Envelope containing souvenir pamphlets of the Thames Pageant (1919) and the Marine Exhibition, Liverpool (1957)  B/BROC/14/16  1919/1957

Book: Naval Operations: Vol. 1 to Falklands, by Sir Julian Corbett  B/BROC/14/17  1920

Book: Rules and Tables of the British Corporation for the Survey and Registry of Shipping  B/BROC/14/18  1920

Book: Storm Tracks in Bay of Bengal  B/BROC/14/19  1925

Newspaper article, re the General Strike  B/BROC/14/20  1926

28 Items

House magazine: Christmas Cargoes  B/BROC/14/21  1927-1930

5 Copies

Brochure, re the opening of King George Dock, Calcutta  B/BROC/14/22  29 Dec 1928

Book: Brown's Tidal Streams for the British Isles  B/BROC/14/23  1928

Cunard Steam Ship Co., Ltd., memorandum to shareholders, September 1930 and December 1931 [x 2]  B/BROC/14/24  24 Sept 1930 - 6 Apr 1932

Contents:
Report on the 54th General Meeting, April 1931, and various newspaper clippings, re "Blue Riband" ship construction.

Supplement on the Queen Mary from the Weekly News  B/BROC/14/25  1935

Brochure, re the launch of Ark Royal, Cammell Lairds  B/BROC/14/26  13 Apr 1937

Brochure, re the launch of the Mauretania  B/BROC/14/27  28 Jul 1938

Launch of the Mauretania from the London Illustrated News  B/BROC/14/28  6 Aug 1938

Launch of the Queen Elizabeth from The Times  B/BROC/14/29  27 Sept 1938

Ocean current charts for North and South Atlantic and Mediterranean  B/BROC/14/30  Nov 1939

Documents, re the lease of a house in West Kirby, by S.M. Bulley & Son, for use as a possible office in World War II  B/BROC/14/31  Apr 1951

Book: The Shipping Federation - A History of the First Sixty Years, 1890-1950  B/BROC/14/32  1950

Folded map of India and Pakistan  B/BROC/14/33  1949

2 Copies

Booklet, re Marine Radio Jubilee  B/BROC/14/34  1950

3 Copies

Re-print from Syrenand Shipping, of an article on Brocklebank's history  B/BROC/14/35  1950

Festival of Britain certificate for Brocklebanks  B/BROC/14/36  1951

Supplement on the City of Liverpool, from the American & Commonwealth Visitor  B/BROC/14/37  1952

4 Copies

Volume: The First Hundred Years of the Marine and General Mutual Life Assurance Society, by L.H. Humperhson  B/BROC/14/38  1952

Volume: De Sejlede Bare, by H.C. Roder  B/BROC/14/39  1957

"The Cunard Steam Ship Company" supplement to The Times  B/BROC/14/40  12 Jul 1965

Supplement on "T. & J. Brocklebank 1770-1970", from the Journal of Commerce  B/BROC/14/41  1970

Supplement from the Liverpool Echo, "Down to the Sea in Ships"  B/BROC/14/42  21 Oct 1972

Albion House supplement: "White Star to Blue Star" from the Journal of Commerce  B/BROC/14/43  Apr 1975

Photograph of Harold Brocklebank (from a painting by Fred Stratton, 1923)  B/BROC/14/44  n.d

Brochure: Brocklebank Line of Calcutta Steamers"  B/BROC/14/45  n.d

Notebook: "Inventory of Lloyd's Registers and Books in Boardroom bookcase"  B/BROC/14/46  n.d

Survey and valuation, re land and buildings of the Narrow Gauge Railway at Ravenglass, Cumberland, by Henry Butcher & Co., London  B/BROC/14/47  12 Nov 1937

Contents:
With schedule

PLANS  B/BROC/15  1791 - 1861

Conditions of access: However, due to the fragility of the originals, microfilm aperture cards are available for public use. The list of these cards has been incorporated into this catalogue.

Copies information: The original plans have been incorporated into the main Museum Ship Plan Collection, and are listed in the catalogue available in the searchroom under name of vessel (class DB).


Contents:
A small number of mid-20th century plans are to be found in the Fleet section of the archive (B/BROC/8/5). These are for Brocklebank and Cunard cargo vessels built in the 1950s. The main bulk of the plans surviving in the Brocklebank collection are for sailing ships built by the Whitehaven Shipyard between 1791 and 1861, until the ceasing of their ship-building activities in 1865. These provide a very important source for the construction of late eighteenth and nineteenth century sailing ships.

Brocklebank Fleet List  B/BROC/16  1770 - 1963

Contents:
Note: Tonnage = Sailing Vessels, Net: Steamers, Gross. W = Wood. I = Iron. Stl = Steel. S = Ship. Bk = Barque. Sn = Snow. Btine = Brigantine. Sch = Schooner. SK = Smack. CR = Cutter. SP = Sloop. P.S = Paddle Steamer. S.S = Screw Steamer. T.S.S. = Twin Screw Steamer. T.S.M.V = Twin Screw Motor Vessel.

[no title]  B/BROC/16/1  1770

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1770
Builders: D. Brocklebank, America

[no title]  B/BROC/16/2  nd

Contents:
Builders: D. Brocklebank, America

[no title]  B/BROC/16/3  nd

Contents:
Builders: D. Brocklebank, America

[no title]  B/BROC/16/4  1774

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1774
Builders: D. Brocklebank, America

[no title]  B/BROC/16/5  1775

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1775
Name: CASTER I (20 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 220
Builders: D. Brocklebank, America
Remarks: Wrecked Jamaica 1781

[no title]  B/BROC/16/6  1780

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1780
Name: POLLUX renamed PRECEDENT (6 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 301
Builders: Speddings & Co. Whitehaven
Dimensions: 94'11" x 27'4" x 18'0"
Remarks: Wrecked Wicklow Bank Ireland 1791

[no title]  B/BROC/16/7  1782

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1782
Name: CASTOR II (18 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 343
Builders: Speddings & Co. Whitehaven
Dimensions: 103'6" x 28'9" x 18'6"
Remarks: Sold 1789

[no title]  B/BROC/16/8  1786

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1786
Name: CYRUS (6 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 166
Builders: Speddings & Co. Whitehaven
Dimensions: 81'6" x 23'0" x 14'0"
Remarks: Sold 1797 (Condemned Bermuda 1811)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/9  1787

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1787
Name: ZEBULON
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 187
Builders: H. Stockdale, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 79'8" x 23'6" x 15'8"
Remarks: Sold 1795

[no title]  B/BROC/16/10  1788

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1788
Name: DOLPHIN
Reg: W.Btine
Tons: 75
Builders: H. Stockdale, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 55'10" x 18'4" x 10'3"
Remarks: Sold 1796

[no title]  B/BROC/16/11  1788

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1788
Name: PERSEVERANCE I
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 155
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven

[no title]  B/BROC/16/12  1788

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1788
Name: HERO
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 174
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 77'6" x 23'6" x 14'0"
Remarks: Sold 1796

[no title]  B/BROC/16/13  1790

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1790
Name: MACKAREL I
Reg: W.Cr.
Tons: 12
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 30'0" x 10'10" x 4'3"
Remarks: Seized by Exchequer Condemned and broken up 1794

[no title]  B/BROC/16/14  1790

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1790
Name: CASTOR III
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 197
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 28'0" x 24'3" x 15'10"
Remarks: Sold 1790 (Interest retained) (Wrecked Dundalk 1832)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/15  1790

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1790
Name: ROCKLIFF
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 127
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven

[no title]  B/BROC/16/16  1791

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1791
Name: HOPE
Reg: W.Btine
Tons: 151
Builders: Whitby 1788
Dimensions: 70'11" x 21'10" x 14'0"
Remarks: Sold 1791

[no title]  B/BROC/16/17  1791

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1791
Name: CASTER IV
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 247
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 88'8" x 28'0" x 16'6"
Remarks: Wrecked Limerick 1794

[no title]  B/BROC/16/18  1791

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1791
Name: ANN
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 65
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Remarks: Sold 1791

[no title]  B/BROC/16/19  1792

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1792
Name: NESTOR (6 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 233
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 88'11" x 25'0" x 15'10"
Remarks: Captured by French 1795
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/20  1792

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1792
Name: GRAMPUS
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 87
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 62'2" x 18'5" x 10'6"
Remarks: Sold 1792
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/21  1793

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1793
Name: IRTON (10 guns)
Reg: W.SN.
Tons: 201
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 82'0" x 24'8" x 16'10"
Remarks: Sold 1794
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/22  1793

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1793
Name: JUPITER
Reg: W.S
Tons: 207
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 82'6" x 24'10" x 16'2"
Remarks: Sold 1796
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/23  1794

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1794
Name: MARY ANN
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 155
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 70'6" x 21'0" x 14'0"
Remarks: Sold 1794
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/24  1794

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1794
Name: DISPATCH
Reg: W.Stine
Tons: 102
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 64'6" x 19'3" x 10'9"
Remarks: Sold 1796 (Lost Baltic 1802)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/25  1795

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1795
Name: JANE
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 124
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 69'0" x 20'0" x 12'0"
Remarks: Sold 1796

[no title]  B/BROC/16/26  1795

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1795
Name: JANE & SARAH
Reg: W.SN
Tons: 158
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 79'4" x 22'6" x 14'6"
Remarks: Sold 1795 (Interest retained) (Run down at sea 1810)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/27  1795

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1795
Name: CAVEREEBE
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 127
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 61'6" x 20'6" x 12'8"

[no title]  B/BROC/16/28  1796

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1796
Name: CARRIER
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 127
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 69'0" x 21'2" x 10'0"
Remarks: Sold 1797 (Interest retained) (Wrecked Whitehaven 1830)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/29  1796

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1796
Name: ALERT
Reg: W.Bg
Tons: 85
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 57'2" x 18'9" x 10'0"
Remarks: Sold 1798
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/30  1796

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1796
Name: ALFRED (4 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 314
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 96'0" x 27'8" x 17'0"
Remarks: Sold 1798 (Crushed in ice David Straits 1847)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/31  1797

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1797
Name: SCIPIO (16 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 242
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'0" x 25'4" x 16'10"
Remarks: Sold 1799
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/32  1798

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1798
Name: DUNCAN (8 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 239
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'0" x 25'9" x 16'7"
Remarks: Sold 1799 (Lost 1811)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/33  1788

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1788
Name: EARL of LONSDALE
Reg: W.Cr.
Tons: 61
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 51'0" x 16'11" x 8'8"
Remarks: Sold 1798

[no title]  B/BROC/16/34  1798

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1798
Name: CERES
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 93
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 66'3" x 18'1" x 10'5"
Remarks: (Captured by French 1799)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/35  1799

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1799
Name: MONTGOMERY (12 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 190
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 81'0" x 22'9" x 15'5"
Remarks: Sold 1799
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/36  1800

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1800
Name: ARIEL I (14 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 238
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 86'9 x 25'3" x 16'6"
Remarks: Sold 1801 (Out of Lloyd's Register 1840)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/37  1800

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1800
Name: ACTIVE
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 134
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'0" x 20'0" x 13'4"
Remarks: Sold 1805 (Interest retained) (Wrecked Ireland 1849)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/38  1800

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1800
Name: CUMBERLAND
Reg: W.S
Tons: 340
Builders: D.Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 100'0 x 28'2" x 18'6"
Remarks: Sold 1800 (Lost 1815)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/39  1801

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1801
Name: GENERAL HUNTER (2 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 217
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'0" x 23'6" x 15'6"
Remarks: Sold 1801 (Interest retained)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/40  1801

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1801
Name: MATTY
Reg: W.Btine
Tons: 163
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 76'0" x 21'6" x 13'6"
Remarks: Sold 1801 (Interest retained) (Wrecked Ulverston 1828)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/41  1801

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1801
Name: DRYADI (4 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 256
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'4" x 25'4" x 16'3"
Remarks: Sold 1805
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/42  1802

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1802
Name: EXPERIMENT
Reg: W.Sch
Tons: 89
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 62'3" x 18'3" x 9'10"
Remarks: Sold 1807

[no title]  B/BROC/16/43  1803

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1803
Name: KING GEORGE
Reg: W.S
Tons: 264
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 89'0" x 26'6" x 17'10"
Remarks: Sold 1805 (Wrecked Fayal 1834)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/44  1803

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1803
Name: VOLUNTEER (12 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 353
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 100'6" x 28'6" x 18'6"
Remarks: Sold 1803
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/45  1804

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1804
Name: QUEEN CHARLOTTE
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 211
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 82'0" x 24'4" x 16'0"
Remarks: Sold 1812 (Interest retained)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/46  1804

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1804
Name: BEAVER
Reg: W.Btine
Tons: 81
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 55'6" x 18'7" x 9'1"
Remarks: Sold 1809
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/47  1805

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1805
Name: HERCULES (6 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 301
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 93'10" x 27'2" x 18'0"
Remarks: Run down at sea 1825
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/48  1806

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1806
Name: SWALLOW I (6 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 114
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 70'5" x 19'3" x 11'7"
Remarks: Sold 1809
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/49  1807

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1807
Name: BROWN (8 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 220
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 84'8" x 23'5" x 16'2"
Remarks: Sold 1807 (Interest retained) (Lost at Sea 1810)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/50  1807

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1807
Name: ARIEL II (10 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 204
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 82'8" x 23'11" x 15'3"
Remarks: Captured by French 1809

[no title]  B/BROC/16/51  1808

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1808
Name: DRYAD II
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 220
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 86'5" x 24'1" x 15'7"
Remarks: Wrecked Newfoundland 1810

[no title]  B/BROC/16/52  1809

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1809
Name: MARANHAM
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 154
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 74'1" x 21'10" x 13'6"
Remarks: Sold 1810 (Interest retained) (Wrecked I.O.M. 1814)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/53  1809

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1809
Name: BALFOUR
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 310
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 96'10" x 27'0" x 13'6"
Remarks: Sold 1850 (Wrecked 1865)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/54  1810

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1810
Name: CAROLINE (10 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 237
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 87'10" x 24'11" x 17'1"
Remarks: Sold 1810
Bought back 1819
(Wrecked Maranham 1826)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/55  1810

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1810
Name: NIMBLE
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 139
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 76'0" x 20'3" x 12'1"
Remarks: Sold 1816 (Interest retained) Registry Cancelled
26 May 1934 Vessel Lost

[no title]  B/BROC/16/56  1810

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1810
Name: WATSON
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 162
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 76'2" x 22'2" x 13'11"
Remarks: Sold 1810 (Interest retained) (Wrecked I.O.M. 1830)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/57  1811

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1811
Name: BRANSTY 1
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 104
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 68'0" x 18'8" x 10'3"
Remarks: Wrecked Ireland 1813

[no title]  B/BROC/16/58  1812

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1812
Name: LONDON
Reg: W.S
Tons: 351
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 101'8" x 28'2" x 19'7"
Remarks: Sold 1847
(Resold Foreign 1853)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/59  1813

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1813
Name: MARY 1 (2 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 208
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 82'3" x 24'2" x 15'9"
Remarks: Sold 1814 (Interest retained) (Wrecked Mirimachi 1834)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/60  1812

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1812
Name: WILLIAM
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 237
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 86'0" x 25'2" x 17'1"
Remarks: Sold 1812 (Interest retained) (Seized and Condemned in America 1818)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/61  1813

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1813
Name: COSSACK (8 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 172
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 81'0" x 21'6" x 14'0"
Remarks: Wrecked Buenos Ayres 1824

[no title]  B/BROC/16/62  1813

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1813
Name: WESTMORLAND I
Reg: W.Btine
Tons: 168
Builders: Wm. Wilson, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 76'12 x 22'92 x 13'11"
Remarks: Captured by Danes 1813

[no title]  B/BROC/16/63  1813

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1813
Name: MARGARET & FRANCES
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 89
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 63'9" x 18'1" x 10'0"
Remarks: Sold 1813 (Interest retained)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/64  1813

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1813
Name: AIMWELL (2 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 257
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'6" x 25'4" x 17'8"
Remarks: Sold 1813 (Interest retained) (Wrecked W.Indies 1839)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/65  1813

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1813
Name: MARY II
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 144
Builders: Liverpool 1781
Dimensions: 72'10" x 22'5" x 14'0"
Remarks: Wrecked Mersey Estuary 1825

[no title]  B/BROC/16/66  1813

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1813
Name: TOBAGO (6 guns)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 268
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 93'9" x 25'6" x 15'6"
Remarks: Sold 1818 (Registry Cancelled 24 May 1839. Vessel entangled in ice and driven ashore at Amity Island - Condemned and sold.

[no title]  B/BROC/16/67  1814

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1814
Name: WESTMORLAND II
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 195
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'2" x 22'10" x 15'4"
Remarks: Sold 1857
(Broken up 1870)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/68  1814

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1814
Name: DUKE OF WELLINGTON
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 139
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 74'11" x 207" x 13'10"
Remarks: Sold 1814 (Interest retained) (Wrecked Bahia 1821)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/69  1814

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1814
Name: NEW TRITON
Reg: W.Sp.
Tons: 55
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 50'10" x 16'1" x 8'2"
Remarks: Sold 1814

[no title]  B/BROC/16/70  1815

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1815
Name: JAMAICA
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 215
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 84'0" x 24'4" x 16'4"
Remarks: Sold 1815
Bought back 1824
(Wrecked Rotterdam 1854)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/71  1815

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1815
Name: PRINCESS CHARLOTTE (22 guns)
Reg: W.S
Tons: 514
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 19'3" x 31'2" x 18'6"
Remarks: Sold 1845
(Abandoned at sea 1854)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/72  1815

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1815
Name: ANTIGUA PACKET
Reg: W.S
Tons: 272
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 95'7" x 25'2" x 18'0"
Remarks: Sold 1815
(Wrecked Workington 1863)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/73  1816

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1816
Name: PRINCE LEOPOLD
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 111
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 70'10" x 18'11" x 12'0"
Remarks: Sold 1839
(Out of Register 1848)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/74  1816

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1816
Name: SHAMMON
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 161
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 73'6" x 22'8" x 13'10"
Remarks: Sold 1816 (Interest retained) (Wrecked Ireland 1845)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/75  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: DRYAD III
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 231
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 88'8" x 24'4" x 16'4"
Remarks: Lost at sea 1838

[no title]  B/BROC/16/76  1817

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1817
Name: CONSTELLATION
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 187
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 83'5" x 22'8" x 14'6"
Remarks: Wrecked Green Island Near St. John N.B 1819
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/77  1818

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1818
Name: DORIS
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 133
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 72'10" x 20'7" x 13'5"
Remarks: Sold 1819
(Wrecked Bahamas 1825)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/78  1819

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1819
Name: SANTON I
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 170
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 76'11" x 22'8" x 14'6"
Remarks: Sold 1819 (Interest retained) (Missing as DIANA 1868)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/79  1819

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1819
Name: PERSEVERANCE II
Reg: W.S
Tons: 513
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 123'0" x 30'5" x 18'6"
Remarks: Wrecked Madras 1829
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/80  1819

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1819
Name: WEST INDIAN
Reg: W.Sp.
Tons: 44
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 47'9" x 15'0" x 7'7"
Remarks: Trading in West Indies
(Lost 1839)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/81  1820

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1820
Name: CANDIDATE
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 225
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'0" x 23'6" x 16'3"
Remarks: Wrecked Buenos Ayres 1823

[no title]  B/BROC/16/82  1820

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1820
Name: ARIEL III
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 154
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 77'5" x 19'3" x 12'9"
Remarks: Sold 1845
(Wrecked 1849)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/83  1821

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1821
Name: CROWN (8 guns)
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 297
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 98'11" x 26'8" x 18'8"
Remarks: Sold 1848
(Condemned 1859)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/84  1822

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1822
Name: GLOBE (armed)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 212
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 89'8" x 23'6" x 16'6"
Remarks: Wrecked Bahia 1835
DRAWINGS
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/85  1822

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1822
Name: SWALLOW II
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 141
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 77'6" x 20'5" x 12'5"
Remarks: Wrecked in Ice Newfoundland 1837
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/86  1823

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1823
Name: TELEGRAPH
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 111
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 71'6" x 19'2" x 10'9"
Remarks: Lost Havannah 1825

[no title]  B/BROC/16/87  1823

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1823
Name: ANDES (armed)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 216
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'2" x 23'7" x 16'0"
Remarks: Wrecked Inschelling 1852

[no title]  B/BROC/16/88  1824

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1824
Name: WHITEHAVEN (renamed BOLIVAR)
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 214
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'2" x 22'9" x 15'1"
Remarks: Sold 1821
(Out of register 1855) Foundered at Sea 28 November 1853 when on voyage from Demerara

[no title]  B/BROC/16/89  1824

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1824
Name: MANCHESTER
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 163
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 82'8" x 21'3" x 13'10"
Remarks: Sold 1852 (Broken up 1873)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/90  1824

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1824
Name: BRANSTY II
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 130
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 75'2" x 19'10" x 10'5"
Remarks: Wrecked Yucatan 1930

[no title]  B/BROC/16/91  1825

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1825
Name: AFFLECK
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 130
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 89'3" x 24'8" x 16'7"
Remarks: Sold 1826 (Interest retained) (Wrecked 1841)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/92  1825

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1825
Name: GRECIAN (armed)
Reg: W.Bg
Tons: 235
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 88'8" x 24'8" x 16'8"
Remarks: Sold 1825 (Wrecked Mersey Estuary 1831)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/93  1825

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1825
Name: SUPERIOR
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 240
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'0" x 24'6" x 16'6"
Remarks: Sold 1825 (Interest retained) (Lost 1864)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/94  1826

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1826
Name: GAZELLE
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 241
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 89'10" x 24'8" x 16'6"
Remarks: Sold 1826 (Foundered 1850)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/95  1826

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1826
Name: COURIER I
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 142
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 77'2 x 20'7" x 12'1"
Remarks: Sold 1845 (Out of register 1855)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/96  1826

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1826
Name: METEOR renamed HELVELLYN
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 240
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'2" x 24'8" x 16'6"
Remarks: Sold 1826 (Interest retained) (Lost 1856)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/97  1827

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1827
Name: LADY SHAW STEWART
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 181
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'5" x 22'1" x 14'11"
Remarks: Sold 1827

[no title]  B/BROC/16/98  1827

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1827
Name: COUNTESS OF LONSDALE 120 H.P
Reg: W.T.S
Tons: 241
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 121'7" x 18'3" x 11'8"
Remarks: Sold 1827
Resold foreign
Lost 1855
Registry cancelled 31 October 1855
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/99  1827

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1827
Name: OBERON
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 150
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 80'2" x 20'7" x 12'1"
Remarks: Sold 1845 (Missing 1846)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/100  1828

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1828
Name: HERCULEAN I
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 317
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 105'3" x 26'6" x 18'6"
Remarks: Sold 1853 (Abandoned 1856)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/101  1829

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1829
Name: GLEANER
Reg: W.Sp.
Tons: 50
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 56'0" x 14'3" x 6'2"
Remarks: Lost 1835

[no title]  B/BROC/16/102  1828

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1828
Name: IRT
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 215
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 92'6" x 22'11" x 16'1"
Remarks: Sold 1849 (Broken up 1884)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/103  1828

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1828
Name: DASH
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 86
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 62'7" x 15'6" x 10'3"
Remarks: Sold 1845 (Wrecked 1853)
DRAWINGS
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/104  1828

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1828
Name: BUOYANT
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 130
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 76'10" x 19'10" x 11'8"
Remarks: Sold 1838 (Interest retained) (Lost 1839)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/105  1828

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1828
Name: ESK
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 217
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 92'7" x 22'11" x 16'10"
Remarks: Sold Foreign 1855

[no title]  B/BROC/16/106  1829

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1829
Name: NAYPO
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 173
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 84'8" x 21'8" x 13'4"
Remarks: Sold 1846 (Wrecked 1855)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/107  1830

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1830
Name: NITE
Reg: W.Sp.
Tons: 54
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 57'4" x 14'10" x 7'0"
Remarks: Missing 1833

[no title]  B/BROC/16/108  1830

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1830
Name: AVOCA
Reg: W.Bk
Tons: 256
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'6" x 24'10" x 16'0"
Remarks: Sold 1830 (Interest retained) (Out of register 1858)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/109  1830

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1830
Name: BONANZI
Reg: 3 masted Schr.
Tons: 176
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'6" x 21'10" x 13'2"
Remarks: Sold 1856 (Wrecked 1856)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/110  1830

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1830
Name: TAMPICO.
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 129
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 76'9" x 19'10" x 11'9"
Remarks: Sold 1839 (Lost 1840)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/111  1831

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1831
Name: HINDOO
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 266
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 96'8" x 24'11" x 16'11"
Remarks: Sold 1864 (Out of register 1879)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/112  1831

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1831
Name: MACKAREL II
Reg: W.Cr.
Tons: 23
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 39'10" x 11'6" x 6'7"
Remarks: Sold 1850 (Broken up 1899)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/113  1831

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1831
Name: MAZEPPA
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 134
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 78'1" x 19'11" x 12'11"
Remarks: Sold 1847 (Lost 1862)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/114  1832

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1832
Name: BRANSTY III
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 99
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 70'8" x 18'1" x 10'10"
Remarks: Sold 1847 (Wrecked 1881)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/115  1832

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1832
Name: PATRIOT KING
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 338
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 108'1" x 26'8" x 18'11"
Remarks: Sold Foreign 1868
DRAWINGS
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/116  1832

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1832
Name: LORD ALTHORP
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 233
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 91'2" x 24'1" x 16'2"
Remarks: Missing 1859

[no title]  B/BROC/16/117  1833

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1833
Name: MARY GORDON
Reg: W.Sp.
Tons: 55
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 52'7" x 15'9" x 8'11"
Remarks: Sold 1833 (Interest retained) (Lost 1840)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/118  1833

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1833
Name: JUMNA
Reg: W.S
Tons: 364
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 107'10" x 27'9" x 18'11"
Remarks: Sold 1856 (Crushed in Ice Melville Bay 1863)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/119  1834

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1834
Name: RIMAC
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 214
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 90'6" x 23'2" x 15'6"
Remarks: Sold 1862 (Wrecked Saltfleet Lincolnshire 1874)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/120  1834

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1834
Name: EARL GREY
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 242
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 94'6" x 24'1" x 16'2"
Remarks: Sold 1860 (Lost 1873)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/121  1834

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1834
Name: ITUNA
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 221
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 87'8" x 24'2" x 15'8"
Remarks: Sold 1834 (Interest retained) (Foundered 1874)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/122  1934

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1934
Name: EARL OF LONSDALE II 120 H.P
Reg: W.P.S
Tons: 239
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 125'4" x 20'1" x 13'4"
Remarks: Sold 1834 (Interest retained) (Resold Foreign 1858)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/123  1836

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1836
Name: TIGRIS
Reg: W.S
Tons: 422
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 115'8" x 28'8" x 20'7"
Remarks: Wrecked Manila 1865
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/124  1836

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1836
Name: GLOBE II
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 252
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 92'6" x 203" x 15'9"
Remarks: Sold 1861 (Burnt Stragford Lough Ireland 1910)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/125  1837

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1837
Name: DRYAD IV
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 251
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 93'0" x 20'8" x 15'9"
Remarks: Sold 1860 (Wrecked 1894)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/126  1837

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1837
Name: FAIRIE
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 80
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 66'8" x 15'9" x 9'4"
Remarks: Sold 1848 (Interest retained) (Missing 1883)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/127  1837

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1837
Name: MITE II
Reg: W.Sk
Tons: 61
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 60'0" x 15'9" x 7'9"
Remarks: Sold 1839 (Lost Collision 1890)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/128  1838

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1838
Name: PATRIOT QUEEN
Reg: W.S
Tons: 547
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 124'2" x 25'9" x 20'2"
Remarks: Sold 1869 (Burnt and Abandoned 1889)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/129  1838

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1838
Name: HORSBURGH
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 320
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 106'6" x 22'6" x 17'1"
Remarks: Wrecked Valparaiso 1855

[no title]  B/BROC/16/130  1838

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1838
Name: SUSANNA
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 65
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 59'9" x 15'9" x 8'2"
Remarks: Sold 1838

[no title]  B/BROC/16/131  1839

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1839
Name: SANTON II
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 345
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 106'6" x 22'6" x 17'3"
Remarks: Wrecked Wexford 1843

[no title]  B/BROC/16/132  1839

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1839
Name: ADEN
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 339
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 107'3" x 22'6" x 172"
Remarks: Sold 1869 (Dismasted & Abandoned 1877)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/133  1839

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1839
Name: SWALLOW III
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 236
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 95'0" x 23'6" x 16'0"
Remarks: Missing 1840

[no title]  B/BROC/16/134  1840

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1840
Name: KESTREL
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 231
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 95'0" x 24'5" x 14'9"
Remarks: Sold 1863 (Wrecked 1885)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/135  1840

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1840
Name: INDUSTRY
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 63
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 63'6" x 175" x 8'0"
Remarks: Sold 1840 (Lost 1861)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/136  1841

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1841
Name: PRINCESS ROYAL
Reg: W.S
Tons: 579
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 130'2" x 22'8" x 21'1"
Remarks: Sold 1871 (Broken 1877)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/137  1841

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1841
Name: VALPARAISO
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 317
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 102'2" x 22'6" x 175"
Remarks: Sold 1869 (Out of Register 1894)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/138  1842

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1842
Name: CALLAO
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 170
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 84'7" x 19'3" x 13'5"
Remarks: Sold 1860 (Broken up 1890)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/139  1842

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1842
Name: LANERCOST
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 318
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 100" x 22'6" x 174"
Remarks: Sold 1869 (Missing 1872)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/140  1842

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1842
Name: PANTA
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 362
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 110'3" x 22'8" x 17'6"
Remarks: Sold 1868 (Broken up 1886)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/141  1842

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1842
Name: CHMANA
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 185
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 89'7" x 195" x 13'6"
Remarks: Sold 1860 (Abandoned 1863)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/142  1844

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1844
Name: ROBT. PULSFORD
Reg: W.S
Tons: 593
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 131'1" x 26'5" x 21'1"
Remarks: Sold 1869 (Abandoned 1899)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/143  1844

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1844
Name: ROLAND HILL
Reg: W.Sch.
Tons: 64
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 62'1" x 15'9" x 8'0"
Remarks: Sold 1844 (Interest retained) (Lost 1861)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/144  1845

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1845
Name: COURIER II
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 135
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 80'8" x 20'8" x 12'3"
Remarks: Sold 1856 (Hulked 1895)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/145  1845

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1845
Name: SIR HENRY POTTINGER
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 334
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 102'4" x 22'7" x 176"
Remarks: Wrecked Carmarthen Bay 1859
PAINTINGS
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/146  1847

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1847
Name: THOS. BROCKLEBANK
Reg: W.S
Tons: 629
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 129'8" x 27'0" x 21'3"
Remarks: Sold 1869 (Wrecked 1878)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/147  1847

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1847
Name: CRISIS
Reg: W.S
Tons: 426
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 111'9" x 25'0" x 18'8"
Remarks: Wrecked Arklow Bank Ireland 1862

[no title]  B/BROC/16/148  1849

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1849
Name: HAROLD
Reg: W.S
Tons: 666
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 136'9" x 26'9" x 21'1"
Remarks: Sold 1869 (Broken up 1889)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/149  1850

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1850
Name: PETCHELEE
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 393
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 118'8" x 22'7" x 17'5"
Remarks: Sold 1871 (Wrecked 1884)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/150  1851

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1851
Name: ARACHNE
Reg: W.S
Tons: 654
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 139'7" x 27'0" x 21'1"
Remarks: Abandoned 1866
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/151  1852

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1852
Name: MARTABAN
Reg: W.S
Tons: 852
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 170'0" x 28'6" x 21'0"
Remarks: Sold Foreign 1873

[no title]  B/BROC/16/152  1854

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1854
Name: ARACAN
Reg: W.S
Tons: 864
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 183'3" x 28'6" x 21'6"
Remarks: Sunk, Collision, 1874
DRAWINGS
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/153  1854

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1854
Name: MINDANAO
Reg: W.S
Tons: 482
Builders: Williamson & Son Harrington
Dimensions: 130'5" x 27'5" x 18'0"
Remarks: Sold 1874 (Foundered 1847)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/154  1855

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1855
Name: FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
Reg: W.S
Tons: 1362
Builders: Jas Nevens St. Johns N.B
Dimensions: 209'7" x 40'8" x 22'10"
Remarks: Foundered 1872

[no title]  B/BROC/16/155  1855

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1855
Name: COMORIN
Reg: W.S
Tons: 802
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 186'9" x 32'0" x 21'5"
Remarks: Sold 1875 (Abandoned 1893)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/156  1856

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1856
Name: HERCULEAN II
Reg: W.S
Tons: 531
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 164'8" x 28'7" x 18'9"
Remarks: Wrecked China Seas 1860
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/157  1857

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1857
Name: ESKETT
Reg: W.Bg.
Tons: 123
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 85'4" x 20'0" x 12'0"
Remarks: Sold 1857 (Interest retained) (Missing 1877)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/158  1858

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1858
Name: RAJMAHAL
Reg: W.S
Tons: 1302
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 224'5" x 36'9" x 22'8"
Remarks: Sold 1883 (Missing 1883)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/159  1858

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1858
Name: SUMATRA
Reg: W.S
Tons: 773
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 172'4" x 32'1" x 21'0"
Remarks: Sold 1876 (Wrecked 1901 as CLARA)
DRAWINGS
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/160  1859

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1859
Name: JUANPORE
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 459
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 144'4" x 26'7" x 18'6"
Remarks: Sold 1847 (Missing 1891)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/161  1860

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1860
Name: VERONICA
Reg: W.Bk.
Tons: 332
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 127'5" x 25'4" x 17'3"
Remarks: Sold 1873
(Sunk Collision 1886)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/162  1860

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1860
Name: MAIDEN QUEEN
Reg: W.S
Tons: 814
Builders: R. Williamson & Son, Harrington
Dimensions: 178'0"0 x 32'3" x 21'1"
Remarks: Sold 1874
(Hulked 1892)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/163  1861

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1861
Name: CAMBAY
Reg: W.S
Tons: 1000
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 195'0" x 35'2" x 22'6"
Remarks: Sold 1884
(Broken up as ARVILLA 1909)
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/164  1861

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1861
Name: TENASSERIM
Reg: W.S
Tons: 1002
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 195'0" x 35'2" x 22'7"
Remarks: Wrecked Arklow Bank Ireland 1865
DRAWINGS
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/165  1862

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1862
Name: BURDWAN
Reg: W.S
Tons: 803
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 185'7" x 32'1" x 21'6"
Remarks: Wrecked Gaspar Straits 1885
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/166  1862

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1862
Name: ARIEL IV
Reg: W.S
Tons: 130
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 86'6" x 21'6" x 12'0"
Remarks: Sold 1862 (Interest retained)
(Wrecked 1900)
DRAWINGS
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/167  1863

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1863
Name: EVEREST
Reg: W.S
Tons: 572
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 171'8" x 30'0" x 19'0"
Remarks: Wrecked China Seas 1873
DRAWINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/168  1863

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1863
Name: ALEXANDRA
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1352
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 231'5" x 36'5" x 23'7"
Remarks: Sold 1887
(Burnt as VIGO 1904)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/169  1864

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1864
Name: BARODA
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1364
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 231'5" x 36'5" x 23'7"
Remarks: Sunk Collision
River Mersey 1887
PAINTINGS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/170  1864

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1864
Name: BOWFELL
Reg: W.S
Tons: 1002
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 196'2" x 35'2" x 22'9"
Remarks: Wrecked Karimata States 1886

[no title]  B/BROC/16/171  1865

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1865
Name: MAHANADA I
Reg: W.S
Tons: 1003
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 195'2" x 35'3" x 22'9"
Remarks: Sold foreign 1883
Foundered renamed SIQUID 1904

[no title]  B/BROC/16/172  1886

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1886
Name: CANDAHAR
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1418
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 239'4" x 37'2" x 23'6"
Remarks: Sold 1890
(Wrecked as ALMEDIA 1890)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/173  1866

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1866
Name: TENASSERIM
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1419
Builders: T & J Brocklebank, Whitehaven
Dimensions: 239'4" x 37'2" x 23'6"
Remarks: Sold 1890
(Wrecked 1902)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/174  1868

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1868
Name: CHINSURA
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1266
Builders: G.R Clover, Birkenhead
Dimensions: 215'5" x 37'1" x 22'8"
Remarks: Sold 1883
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/175  1874

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1874
Name: BELFAST
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1865
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 260'5" x 40'2" x 23'3"
Remarks: Sold 1899
(Broken up 1925)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/176  1875

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1875
Name: MAJESTIC
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1884
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 273'42" x 40'1" x 24'2"
Remarks: Sold 1898 to Chillian Government and Hulked at Iquique
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/177  1880

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1880
Name: KHYBER
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1967
Builders: W.H Potter & Son, Liverpool
Dimensions: 276'6" x 40'1" x 24'2"
Remarks: Sold 1893
(Wrecked 1905)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/178  1882

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1882
Name: BOLAN
Reg: I.S
Tons: 1003
Builders: Oswald Mordaunt & Co. Southampton
Dimensions: 273'2" x 40'0" x 24'3"
Remarks: Missing 1889
PHOTOGRAPHS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/179  1885

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1885
Name: ZEMINDAR
Reg: Stl.S
Tons: 2053
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 292'6" x 39'7" x 23'5"
Remarks: Sold Foreign 1900
PAINTINGS
PAINTINGS
PHOTOGRAPHS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/180  1885

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1885
Name: TALOOKDAR
Reg: Stl.S
Tons: 2053
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 292'6" x 39'7" x 23'5"
Remarks: Sunk Collision 1890
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/181  1885

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1885
Name: BACTRIA
Reg: I.S
Tons: 2112
Builders: Oswald Mordaunt & Co. Southampton
Dimensions: 270'0" x 40'2" x 24'3"
Remarks: Sold 1898
(Wrecked 1908 as EOCH FINLAS)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/182  1885

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1885
Name: SINDIA (4 mast)
Reg: Stl.Bk.
Tons: 3007
Builders: Oswald Mordaunt & Co. Southampton
Dimensions: 329'3" x 45'2" x 26'7"
Remarks: Sold 1900
(Wrecked 1901)
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/183  1888

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1888
Name: HOLKAR (4 mast)
Reg: Stl.Bk.
Tons: 3009
Builders: Oswald Mordaunt & Co. Southampton
Dimensions: 329'3" x 45'2" x 26'7"
Remarks: Sold 1901
(Broken up 1925)
PAINTINGS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/184  1889

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1889
Name: AMEER (4 masts)
Reg: Stl.S.S
Tons: 4014
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 400'6" x 45'2" x 28'1"
Remarks: Renamed CARDIGANSHIRE 1907 Sold 1911
PAINTINGS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/185  1890

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1890
Name: GAEKWAR (4 masts)
Reg: Stl.S.S
Tons: 4202
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 400'6" x 45'2" x 28'1"
Remarks: Renamed CARDIGANSHIRE 1907 Sold 1911
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/186  1891

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1891
Name: PINDARI (4 masts)
Reg: Stl.TSS
Tons: 5674
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 446'0" x 49'2" x 30'0"
Remarks: Sold Breconshire 1907
Sold 1911
PAINTINGS
PHOTOGRAPHS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/187  1892

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1892
Name: MAHRATTA I
Reg: Stl.TSS
Tons: 5674
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 446'0" x 49'2" x 30'0"
Remarks: Wrecked Goodwins 1909
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/188  1900

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1900
Name: MARWARRI (4 masts)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 5729
Builders: Gourley Bros. Dundee
Dimensions: 445'0" x 50'2" x 30'1"
Remarks: Renamed GLAMORGANSHIRE 1907 and then MARWARRI 1913
Sold 1920
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/189  1901

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1901
Name: BENGALI (4 masts)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 5720
Builders: Gourley Bros. Dundee
Dimensions: 445'0" x 50'2" x 30'1"
Remarks: Renamed MONTGOMERYSHIRE 1907 and BENGALI 1913
Torpedoed 1918
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/190  1905

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1905
Name: MAHRONDA I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7629
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 470'3" x 58'4" x 36'0"
Remarks: Sold 1923
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/191  1905

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1905
Name: MALAKAND I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7653
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 470'3" x 58'4" x 36'0"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1917
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/192  1906

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1906
Name: MANIPUR I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7654
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 470'3" x 58'4" x 36'0"
Remarks: Taken by Admiralty in 1915
Converted dummy warship VANGUARD II later became a repair ship broken up 1946
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/193  1906

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1906
Name: MATHERAN I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7653
Builders: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
Dimensions: 470'3" x 58'4" x 36'0"
Remarks: Mined 1917

[no title]  B/BROC/16/194  1911

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1911
Name: MANDASOR I ex IRAK (4 masts)
Reg: Stl.TSS
Tons: 8121
Builders: Workman Clark & Co. Ltd, Belfast 1902
Dimensions: 501'0" x 59'3" x 32'9"
Remarks: Belonged to E.Bates & Sons - Sold 1912

[no title]  B/BROC/16/195  1912

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1912
Name: MAIDAN I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8205
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Glasgow
Dimensions: 500'0" x 58'0" x 36'0"
Remarks: Wrecked Red Sea 1923
PHOTOGRAPHS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/196  1912

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1912
Name: ANCHORIA (Transferred from Anchor Line 1912.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 5429
Builders: Alex. Stephens & Son, Glasgow
Dimensions: 410'0" x 53'0" x 32'6"
Remarks: Sold 1935
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/197  1912

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1912
Name: MEDIA (Transferred from Anchor Line 1912.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 5437
Builders: Alex. Stephens & Son, Glasgow
Dimensions: 410'0" x 53'0" x 32'6"
Remarks: Sold 1935
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/198  1912

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1912
Name: ASSYRIA (Transferred from Anchor Line 1912.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 6370
Builders: D & W Henderson & Co. Glasgow 1900
Dimensions: 450'0" x 55'0" x 33'0"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1917

[no title]  B/BROC/16/199  1912

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1912
Name: BAVARIA (Transferred from Anchor Line 1912.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 4711
Builders: D & W Henderson & Co. Glasgow 1897
Dimensions: 400'0" x 49'2" x 28'0"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1914

[no title]  B/BROC/16/200  1913

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1913
Name: A.B. HUGHES
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 147
Builders: W.J. Yarwood & Sons, Northwich
Dimensions: 90'0" x 20'10" x 10'0"
Remarks: Sold 1932
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/201  1914

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1914
Name: MALAKUTA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7205
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd, Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 58'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Sold 1935
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/202  1914

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1914
Name: MAHANADA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7196
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 58'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Turbines, Bombed & Sunk 1941
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/203  1915

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1915
Name: MATRA I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 3882
Builders: J. Priestman & Co. Sunderland 1905
Dimensions: 355'0" x 48'0" x 30'0"
Remarks: Sold 1921

[no title]  B/BROC/16/204  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: BLACKWELL (Transferred from Well Line 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 4712
Builders: J.L. Thompson & Sons Ltd, Sunderland 1907
Dimensions: 402'0" x 50'9" x 29'9" x
Remarks: Transferred from Well Line
Sold 1921

[no title]  B/BROC/16/205  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: CAMBERWELL (Transferred from Well Line 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 4077
Builders: J.L. Thompson & Sons Ltd, Sunderland 1907
Dimensions: 368'0" x 49'6" x 29'6"
Remarks: Mined 1917

[no title]  B/BROC/16/206  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: HOLYWELL (Transferred from Well Line 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 4866
Builders: Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. Ltd, Newcastle on Tyne
Dimensions: 402'0" x 50'9" x 29'6"
Remarks: Sold 1933
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/207  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: SHADWELL (Transferred from Well Line 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 4090
Builders: J.L. Thompson & Sons Ltd, Sunderland 1907
Dimensions: 368'0" x 49'6" x 29'6"
Remarks: Sold 1921

[no title]  B/BROC/16/208  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: STOCKWELL (Transferred from Anchor Line 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 5642
Builders: Sir J Laing & Sons Ltd, Sunderland 1914
Dimensions: 425'0" x 53'6" x 33'0"
Remarks: Sold 1938
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/209  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: SPRINGWELL (Transferred from Anchor Line 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 5593
Builders: WOOD SKINNER & CO. Ltd, Newcastle on Tyne 1914
Dimensions: 425'0" x 53'8" x 33'0"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1916

[no title]  B/BROC/16/210  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: IMANI (Transferred from Edward Bates & Sons 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 4589
Builders: Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast 1897
Dimensions: 400'0" x 46'0" x 33'0"
Remarks: Sold 1929
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/211  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: IRAN (Transferred from Edward Bates & Sons 1916.) (4 masts)
Reg: Stl. T.SS
Tons: 6250
Builders: Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast 1896
Dimensions: 452'0" x 52'0" x 35'6"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1917

[no title]  B/BROC/16/212  1916

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1916
Name: ISTRAR (Transferred from Edward Bates & Sons 1916.)
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 4582
Builders: Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast 1896
Dimensions: 400'0" x 46'0" x 33'0"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1916

[no title]  B/BROC/16/213  1917

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1917
Name: MAIHAR I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8071
Builders: Russell & Co. Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 58'2" x 35'0"
Remarks: Sold at Middlesborough October 1961 to East Board Tankers Corporation of Monrovia, Liberia. Renamed 'CAPELLA' for voyage prior to breaking up at Hong Kong.
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/214  1917

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1917
Name: MANAAR I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7241
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd, Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 58'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Turbines Torpedoed 1939
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/215  1917

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1917
Name: MAHRATTA II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 6689
Builders: R. Duncan & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 445'0" x 58'2" x 34'0"
Remarks: Wrecked Goodwins 1939
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/216  1917

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1917
Name: MAIZAR
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7293
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd, Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 58'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1918

[no title]  B/BROC/16/217  1917

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1917
Name: MAHSUD
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8077
Builders: Russell & Co. Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'4 x 58'2 x 35'0"
Remarks: Sold at Antwerp May 1955 to Ocean Tramp Tankers Corporation of Panama Renamed 'CASIAN MARIMER'
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/218  1918

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1918
Name: MACHARDA I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 9785
Builders: Russell & Co. Glasgow
Dimensions: 518'0" x 63'7" x 38'6"
Remarks: Sold 1932
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/219  1918

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1918
Name: MAIMYO
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 6288
Builders: Russell & Co. Glasgow
Dimensions: 423'0" x 56'0" x 31'6"
Remarks: Wrecked Ceylon 1936
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/220  1918

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1918
Name: MAKALLA I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 6781
Builders: R. Duncan & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 445'0" x 58'2" x 34'0"
Remarks: Bombed and Sunk 1940
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/221  1918

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1918
Name: MALANCHA I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 9916
Builders: Russell & Co. Glasgow
Dimensions: 518'0" x 63'7" x 38'6"
Remarks: Sold 1932
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/222  1919

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1919
Name: MALAKAND II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7649
Builders: Russell & Co. Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 58'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Blown up in dock at Liverpool 1941
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/223  1919

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1919
Name: MASIRAH
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 6836
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd Glasgow
Dimensions: 448'0" x 56'0" x 34'6"
Remarks: Delivered to West of Scotland Ship Breaking Co. Troon February 26, 1954 for breaking up
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 2)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/224  1919

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1919
Name: MATHERAN II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7652
Builders: Russell & Co. Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 58'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Torpedoed 1940
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/225  1920

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1920
Name: MANDASOR II
Reg: Steel.SS
Tons: 5144
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 400'0" x 52'0" x 32'0"
Remarks: Bombed and Sunk 1941
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/226  1920

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1920
Name: MANGALORE
Reg: Steel.SS
Tons: 9750
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd Glasgow
Dimensions: 518'0" x 64'0" x 38'6"
Remarks: Turbines Mined 1939
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 2)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/227  1920

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1920
Name: MANIPUR II
Reg: Steel.SS
Tons: 9242
Builders: Russell & Co. Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 518'0" x 64'0" x 37'0"
Remarks: Turbines torpedoed 1940
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 2)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/228  1920

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1920
Name: MATHURA
Reg: Steel.SS
Tons: 9743
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd, Glasgow
Dimensions: 518'0" x 64'0" x 38'6"
Remarks: Turbines - sold April 20, 1959 for breaking up
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 2)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/229  1920

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1920
Name: FULLAGAR
Reg: Steel.M.V
Tons: 398
Builders: Cammell Laird & Co. Birkenhead
Dimensions: 150'0" x 23'9" x 11'6"
Remarks: Diesel Sold 1921

[no title]  B/BROC/16/230  1920

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1920
Name: D.W. WILLIAMS
Reg: Steel.SS.
Tons: 177
Builders: W.J. Yarwood & Sons Ltd, Norwich
Dimensions: 96'0" x 23'0" x 10'0"
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/231  1921

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1921
Name: MAGDAPUR I
Reg: Steel.SS
Tons: 9237
Builders: Russell & Co. Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 518'0" x 64'0" x 37'3"
Remarks: Turbines Mined 1939
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/232  1921

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1921
Name: MALIA
Reg: T.S.M.V
Tons: 3782
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 350'0" x 50'0" x 27'3"
Remarks: Diesel Sold 1926
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 1)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/233  1925

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1925
Name: MAIDAN II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7860
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 62'0" x 38'0"
Remarks: Missing 1940
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/234  1925

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1925
Name: MAHRONDA II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7879
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 62'0" x 36'0"
Remarks: Tornadoed 1942
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/235  1925

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1925
Name: MAHSEER I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7863
Builders: C. Connell & Co. Ltd, Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 62'0 x 36'0"
Remarks: Mined 1941

[no title]  B/BROC/16/236  1925

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1925
Name: MAHOUT
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7879
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 62'0" x 36'0"
Remarks: Ship sold at Blyth March 3, 1961 to British Iron & Steel Corporation Ltd for breaking up
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 3)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/237  1926

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1926
Name: MATRA II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7910
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 62'0" x 36'0"
Remarks: Turbines Mined 1939
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 2)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/238  1929

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1929
Name: MARKHOR
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7834
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 62'0" x 36'0"
Remarks: Turbines sold 3.7.60 to Winner Shipping & Trading Co.. Hong Kong
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 2)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/239  1935

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1935
Name: MARWARRI II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8030
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 470'0" x 62'0" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines sold 3.7.60 to Winner Shipping & Trading Co.. Hong Kong
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 2)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/240  1936

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1936
Name: MARTAND I ex PORT NAPIER
Reg: Stl.TSS
Tons: 8491
Builders: Workman Clark & Co. Ltd, Belfast 1912
Dimensions: 490'2" x 61'4" x 32'9"
Remarks: Sold 1938
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/241  1937

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1937
Name: MALANCHA II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8124
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 475'6" x 62'6" x 34'10"
Remarks: Sold at Birkenhead February 26, 1962 to Exporters Refinance Corp. Ltd, London renamed 'MALOU' for voyage Cuba, Baltic thence Hong Kong for breaking up
PHOTOGRAPHS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/242  1937

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1937
Name: MACHARDA II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7997
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 475'6" x 62'6" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines. Sold Hong Kong August 3rd, 1962 to Sigma Shipping Co. Ltd. Hong Kong for breaking up
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)

[no title]  B/BROC/16/243  1938

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1938
Name: MALABAR I
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7975
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 475'6" x 62'6" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines. Torpedoed 1939
PHOTOGRAPHS
PHOTOGRAPHS (IN ALBUM 4)
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/244  1939

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1939
Name: MARTAND II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7966
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 475'7" x 62'6" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/245  1942

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1942
Name: MANAAR II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8007
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 475'7" x 62'9" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines. Torpedoed 1943
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/246  1942

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1942
Name: MATHERAN III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8007
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 475'7" x 62'6" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/247  1942

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1942
Name: MALAKAND III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8029
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 475'7" x 62'7" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines. Sold for breaking up December 1966.
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/248  1943

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1943
Name: MAHANDA III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8970
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 485'8" x 62'7" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/249  1944

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1944
Name: MAGDAPUR III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 9142
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 485'9" x 62'7" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/250  1945

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1945
Name: MANIPUR III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 9233
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 485'9" x 62'7" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/251  1946

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1946
Name: MAIDAN III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8533
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 485'2" x 62'9" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines
PHOTOGRAPHS
MODEL

[no title]  B/BROC/16/252  1946

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1946
Name: MANDASOR III ex EMPIRE MALACCA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7071
Builders: Wm. Gray & Co. Ltd, West Hartlepool
Dimensions: 431'5" x 56'2" x 35'22
Remarks: Sold at Middlesborough January 12 1962 to Paucristo Steam Ships Co. Ltd. Renamed 'Foitini Isaularis'
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/253  1946

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1946
Name: MAKALLA II ex FORT VILLE MARIE
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7122
Builders: Canadian Vickers, Montreal 1941
Dimensions: 424'7" x 57'2" x 34'9"
Remarks: Sold at Ghent January 14, 1963 to Etablissments Van Heyghen Freres S.A for breaking up.
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/254  1946

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1946
Name: MAHRONDA III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8494
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Glasgow
Dimensions: 485'2" x 62'6" x 34'10"
Remarks: Turbines.
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/255  1947

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1947
Name: MALABAR II ex SAMDEE
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7253
Builders: J.A Jones Construction Cpy. Brunswick 1943
Dimensions: 422'8" x 57'0" x 34'8"
Remarks: Ship sold March 4, 1961 at Antwerp to Amonia Compania Navicra B.D of Panama City for Trading Renamed 'OMONIA'
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/256  1948

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1948
Name: MAHSEER II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8945
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 480'0" x 66'9" x 35'0"
Remarks: Turbines (Triple)
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/257  1949

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1949
Name: MATRA III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8954
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 480'0" x 67'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Turbines (Triple)
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/258  1950

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1950
Name: MANAAR III
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8996
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 480'0" x 67'0" x 35'0"
Remarks: Turbine (Triple)
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/259  1951

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1951
Name: MAIPURAI
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 9748
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 480'0" x 66'9" x 36'6"
Remarks: Turbine (Triple)
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/260  1953

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1953
Name: MASKELIYA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7350
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 445'0" x 59'0" x 33'6"
Remarks: Turbines (Three)
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/261  1954

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1954
Name: MATURATA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7365
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd, Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 445'0" x 59'0" x 33'6"
Remarks: Turbines (Three)
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/262  1943

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1943
Name: MAHSUD II ex. SOUTHWICK 1956
Ex. TAVISTOCK 1952
Ex. FORT ENTERPRISE 1951
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 7119
Builders: West Coast S.B Co. Vancouver
Dimensions: 439'7" x 57'2" x 26'11
Remarks: Purchased from Island Shipping Co. Ltd.
Nassan Bahamas 23.10.56.
Sold to World Wide Shipping Company of Hong Kong delivery Calcutta 13.1.61

[no title]  B/BROC/16/263  1956

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1956
Name: MASIRAH II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8733
Builders: W. Hamilton & Co. Ltd Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 468'0" x 63'0" x 35'6"
Remarks: Turbines (Three)
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/264  1957

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1957
Name: MAKRANA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8771
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 468'0" x 63'0" x 35'6"
Remarks: Turbines (2 ParsonsD/P) One Foster Wheeler W/P boiler.
Two Aux Scotch all oil fired.
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/265  1958

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1958
Name: MAWANA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8744
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 468'0" x 63'0" x 35'6"
Remarks: Turbines (2 ParsonsD/P) One Foster Wheeler W/P boiler.
Two Aux Scotch all oil fired.
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/266  1958

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1958
Name: MANGLA
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 8805
Builders: Wm. Hamilton & Co. Ltd Port Glasgow
Dimensions: 468'0" x 63'0" x 35'6"
Remarks: Turbines (2 Parsons D/R)
Two Foster Wheeler W/T boilers. One Aux.
Cochran Boiler
All oil fired.
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/267  1959

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1959
Name: MARKHOR II
Reg: Stl.SS
Tons: 9293
Builders: Alex. Stephen & Sons Glasgow
Dimensions: 450'0" x 63'0" x 38'6"
Remarks: Stephen - Sulzer Vert Diesel Engines
PHOTOGRAPHS

[no title]  B/BROC/16/268  1963

Contents:
Year bought or built: 1963
Name: MAHOUT II
Regt: V
Tons: 6870
Alex. Stephen & Sons Glasgow
Dimensions: 480'0" x 63'0"
Remarks: Turbines
PHOTOGRAPHS

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