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Shipbuilder: Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon (1831 - 1835)

Shipbuilder: Charles Smith & Son, Willington Quay (1844 - 1850)

Year Ship Name D / H / P Builder
1831 William Burton Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1832 John Stamp Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1833 Boyne D / H Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1833 Norham Castle D / H Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1834 Palestine D / H Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1834 Palmer Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1834 Transit Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1835 Charles D / H Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1835 Restless Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1835 Sarah Charles Smith & Sons, Howdon
1844 Erromanga Charles Smith & Co, Willington Quay
1846 Dawn D / H Charles Smith & Sons, Willington Quay
1847 Dorothy D / H Charles Smith & Son, Willington Quay
1847 Lady Dyne Charles Smith & Son, Willington Quay
1850 Donna D / H Charles Smith & Son, Willington Quay
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