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Name: DUCHESS OF BACCLEUGH
Type: Sailing Vessel
Launched: 1843
Completed: 1843
Builder: James Edwards
Yard: South Shields
Yard Number:
Dimensions: 401nrt, 101.6 x 24.9 x 18.9ft
Engines: None
Engines by: n/a
Propulsion: Sail, rigged as a Ship
Construction: Wood
Reg Number:
History:
20/10/1843 James Edwards, South Shields
21/06/1845 William Fisher, Workington
15/12/1845 George Straker, Newcastle
17/01/1846 Registered at Liverpool
16/07/1849 Richard Wellington Hodgeson, Newcastle; registered at Newcastle
13/06/1850 Wrecked
Comments: 13/06/1850: Ran ashore at Quoin Point near Cape Agulhas after losing rudder
On a voyage from Calcutta towards London with a cargo of indigo, rice, pepper & silk
26/07/1850: Refloated & taken to Cape Town where she was condemned