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Name: GLORIANA
Type: Sailing Vessel
Launched: 15/04/1843
Completed: 1843
Builder: T & W Smith
Yard: St Peter's
Yard Number:
Dimensions: 1051grt, 156.6 x 31.6 x 23.1ft; (1861: 939grt)
Engines: None
Engines by: n/a
Propulsion: Sail, rigged as a Ship
Construction: Wood
Reg Number: 32282
History:
29/04/1843 T & W Smith, Newcastle
29/10/1850 T & W Smith, Newcastle and H Toynbee, London
18/01/1854 T & W Smith, Newcastle; H Toynbee, London and William Smith, Benton
13/06/1872 Joseph Wilson, South Shields
17/06/1872 Joseph Wilson, Joseph Brunswick, Thomas Barker & George Ramsey, South Shields and
Patrick O'Hare & Henry J Modlin, Newcastle
24/08/1873 Abandoned
Comments: Initially used as an Indiaman but from 1864 used in the North Atlantic timber trade
29/04/1856: Thomas Smith died
13/10/1860: William Smith died
24/08/1873: Abandoned, sinking, 200 miles ExS of Halifax, Nova Scotia
On a voyage from London to St John, New Brunswick


Illustrated London News, Saturday, 29/04/1843

Above image is copyright of the National Maritime Museum