TYNE BUILT SHIPS
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Shipbuilder: James Evans, South Shields (1803 - 1815)

01/08/1818:

To be sold, a shipbuilder's yard situated at the eastern extremity of the town, extending from the verge of the hill to the River Tyne and now occupied by Mr James Evans, on lease from the Dean & Chapter.
03/12/1839: Mr James Evans, Shipbuilder, died in Green's Place, aged 89 years
Details courtesy of Amy C Flagg

Yd No Year Ship Name D / H / P
1791 Providence
1792 Nancy
1793 Albion
1793 Newburgh
1795 Mary
1797 Bolina
1798 Hull Packet
1800 Alonzo
1801 Commerce
1802 Anna
1802 Peace
1803 Hull Packet
1804 Percy
1806 Ladies Adventure
1809 Hilda
1813 James
1815 Henry
1818 Traveller
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