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SHIPS BUILT AT SUNDERLAND IN THE 1800s

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VESSELS BUILT AT SUNDERLAND

1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808, 1809.

1800 (data so far has been built up from elsewhere in the site. Can you provide a list? Just a start.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1 Darlington

207

Unknown to webmaster

Helenby? - C. Bell in 1828, G. Chicken in 1856 

26219

2 Doris

189

John & Philip Laing

 

 

3 Hope

204

John & Philip Laing

Francis Vasic

 

4 Margaret

250

John & Philip Laing

E. Gray

 

5 Theseus

143

John & Philip Laing

J. & P. Laing

 

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1800? Do please advise me if you know.

1801 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Ann

132

John & Philip Laing

Jefferson

 

2

Charlotte

230

Unknown to webmaster

Cameron in 1822, T. Stainton in 1856

25215

3

Clara

203

Unknown to webmaster

J. Cropton or Cropton & Co.

 

4

Hope

126

John & Philip Laing

C. Pitcher

 

5

Fame

375

John & Philip Laing

Frazer

 

6

Isabella

170

John & Philip Laing

J. & P. Laing

 

7

Sandyford

181

Unknown to webmaster

W. Matley & Co. - R. Couper in 1856

24455

 

Walker (a snow) Note - this vessel, stated to have been built in 1801 was not built then, rather in about 1784! See here

273
later
253

Unknown to webmaster

Unknown to webmaster

2031

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1801? Do please advise me if you know.

1802 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Adonis

298

John & Philip Laing

Starbuck

 

2

Diana

165

John & Philip Laing

Wilson

 

3

Frederick

111

John & Philip Laing

R. Hutton

 

4

Liberty (a brig)

219
later
220/190
later
224

An unknown Hylton builder

Lloyd's Register ('LR') is very often a puzzle to the webmaster. This vessel would seem to have been LR listed in 1808/09, from 1815 thru 1830/31, from 1834/35 thru 1837/38 & not thereafter, even though it survived until 1870. For its lifetime thru 1830/31, the vessel was owned by the Storey family - W. Storey becoming M. Storey then W. Storey again. Who may well have been from Sunderland but later, maybe, from Ireland. Its initial service was from Sunderland to London. The 1815 LR listing advises of service from Liverpool to Hamburg, Germany, but is of especial interest because it advises that the vessel had three guns. From 1819/20, the vessel's service is ex Waterford, Ireland, to Liverpool, soon Dublin, Ireland, to Quebec, Canada, but mainly ex Dublin to London. A 'Storey' would seem to have been her captain thru 1830/31. The vessel, now of 220 tons, seems to have become registered at Newcastle in 1834/35 but the LR data is cryptic indeed. In 1836/37 & 1837/38 LR advises that the vessel was owned by Jefferson of South Shields for service from Shields to London. Then LR silence for the next 32 years. Turnbull's Register of 1856 lists R. Balleny of Greencroft (near Lanchester, County Durham), W. Carter of South Shields and J. Jefferson of Westoe (South Shields), as her then owners, which names Christie's Shipping Register of 1858 clarifies as meaning R. Balleny, William Carter & Jane Jefferson. The Mercantile Navy List of 1870 records Wm. Carter, of South Shields, as her then owner. Signal letters PGFB. On Oct. 24, 1870, per line 975 here, the 224 ton brig foundered off Speeton Cliff (North Yorkshire, between Filey & Bridlington), while en route from Shields to London with a cargo of coal. Crew of 8 - none lost. Then owned by William Carter.

25486

5

Livonia

217

John & Philip Laing

Cummins & Co.

 

6

Mary Anna

214

Unknown to webmaster

Unknown - J. Venus in 1856, Israel Venus in 1858

2181

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1802? Do please advise me if you know.

1803 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Britannia

330

John & Philip Laing

J. Laing

 

2

Śconomy

227 became 216

Unknown to webmaster

Unknown - N. Horn in 1809/10 - G. B. Purvis & W. Rennison in 1856 - George B. Purves & Wm. Rennison in 1858

2163

 

Perseverance - for a vessel so named, stated to be built in 1803, go here to 1808.

 

 

 

 

3

Thomas (a schooner)

56

Unknown to webmaster

Have not attempted to research this vessel. I just record data that was relatively easy to locate once I found what finally happened to her. The vessel was registered at Whitby from 1848. Turnbull's Register of 1856 lists G. Peterkin & Co. of Lyth (near Whitby) as her then owners, while Christie's Shipping Register of 1858 lists Elizabeth Peterkin & Thomas Forster, both of Sandsend (a fishing village near Whitby). Per this page, on May 5, 1873, then 70 years old, the vessel was en route from Sunderland to Fisherrow, East Lothian, Scotland, with 100 tons of sand, with a crew of 2 (none lost). The vessel sank at a point 3 miles NE of Fern Islands (off Bambrough, Northumberland). Then owned by M. Thurlbeck, 'The "Thomas" was struck on the stern by a sea, and shortly afterwards was discovered to be making water. The Court found that she was unseaworthy.' Anything you can add?

8977

4

Thomas & Anne

126

John & Philip Laing

Matthews

 

5

Ulysses

218

John & Philip Laing

J. & P. Laing

 

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1803? Do please advise me if you know.

1804 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Bolina

145

John & Philip Laing

W. Bell

 

2

Janes

186

Unknown to webmaster

Unknown - T. Barker of North Shields in 1856

2270

3

Saint Andrew or St. Andrew (a sloop). But, see the text at right, possibly instead, a ship, later a barque.

36
but maybe
310

An unknown Pallion builder

This vessel came to the webmaster's attention via line 2790 here. A most reliable government source in my experience. Which advises that on Oct. 6, 1862, the 36 ton sloop was abandoned off Montrose (N. of Dundee, Scotland) while en route from Charlestown, Fife, Scotland (N. shore of Firth of Forth) to Littleferry (Loch Fleet, Golspie, Sutherland, Scottish Highlands) with a cargo of coal. Crew of 3 - none lost Then owned by David Norrie. So far as I can see, no vessel of the name, built in 1804, was ever listed in Lloyd's Register ('LR'). However a master list of ships built at Sunderland (of uncertain origin) does list Saint Andrew of 34 tons built at Sunderland in 1804. crewlist.org.uk (enter 8924) suggests that late in its life, the 34 ton vessel was registered at Whitby (to 1857) & then at Aberdeen, & was recorded in the Mercantile Navy List as both Saint Andrew & St. Andrew.
So far so good. Now LR does record, in 1811 & 1812 for sure, a 335 ton ship named St. Andrew built at about 1809 (Sunderland 1 in 1811) & owned by 'Davidson' for service from London to the West Indies & in 1812 for service from Liverpool to Jamaica. The vessel seems to reappear in LR from 1835/36 thru 1854/55 (ex 1845/46), now an Aberdeen registered barque of 313 or 310 tons, clearly engaged in the whaling trade. It was owned from 1836/37 thru 1844/45 by 'U.Whl.F.Co.' of Aberdeen presumably Union Whale Fishing Co. or a similar name. From 1846/47 thru 1854/55 the barque was owned by T. Adam of Aberdeen for service from Aberdeen to the Davis Straits (the strait on the W. side of Greenland), a well known whaling ground. BUT this vessel is consistently LR stated from 1836/37 to have been built in 1809 at Shields. This vessel is listed in Turnbull's Register of 1856, registered at Aberdeen & owned by A. Anderson. While Christie's Shipping Register of 1858 lists St. Andrew, 310 tons, built in 1809, registered at Aberdeen & owned by Andrew Anderson - with its ON number stated to be 8924. Neither register states where the vessel was built.
I have no explanation for the contradictions in the above data. All I can do in these pages is record, hopefully accurately, what I read. A barque of 310 tons would not have had a crew of 3 only. Anything you can add?

8924

4

Vertumnus (a brig)

139
later
132

Unknown Monkwearmouth builder

J. Taylor, likely of Looe, Certainly from 1812 thru 1833/34 (last Lloyd's Register listing), Kirkaldy (her captain) & Co. likely of Falmouth/Plymouth later Belfast, later Liverpool, later Leith

 

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1804? Do please advise me if you know.

1805 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Betsy or Betsey

195

John & Philip Laing

J. & P. Laing. A vessel name most difficult to Lloyd's Register ('LR') search. LR of 1808/09 lists Betsy, a brig of 195 tons, 5 years old, owned by Robson, for service from Sunderland to Quebec, Canada. The vessel, now a brig of 186 tons owned by A. Robson, seems to be intermittently listed from 1812 thru 1819/20, for service between Shields & Falmouth. Cannot spot the vessel later LR listed. The correct vessel?

 

2

Betsy or Betsey or Betseys (a brig, later a snow, later a brig)

129
later
134
later
133

John & Philip Laing

A vessel name most difficult to Lloyd's Register ('LR') search. LR of 1808/09 lists Betsy, a brig of 129 tons, 5 years old, owned by T. Park, her captain, for service from Sunderland to Portsmouth. I have previously referenced here R. Park. No later LR references that I can spot until 1837/38 when Betseys, a 134 ton snow built at Sunderland in 1805 is owned by Atkinson of Sunderland for service as a Sunderland coaster. In 1839/40 she became owned by J. Strom of South Shields for service from Newcastle to London. Seems to be LR recorded thru 1844/45 & not thereafter. On Oct. 9, 1860, per line 822 here, a 133 ton brig named Betsy, built at Sunderland in 1805, was wrecked at Hasborough Sand (N. of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, I think) while en route from Seaham to Yarmouth. Crew of 7 - no lives lost. The vessel was then stated to be owned by Robert S. Watling. ON 6511 was registered at Yarmouth but the Mercantile Navy List references both Betsy & Betsey. All the correct vessel? Not sure.

6511
maybe

3

Isabella

101

John & Philip Laing

J. & P. Laing

 

4

James

148

John & Philip Laing

J. Laing

 

5

Penelope

121

John & Philip Laing

J. & P. Laing

 

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1805? Do please advise me if you know.

1806 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Mars

208

John & Philip Laing

Hunter

 

2

Lavinia

158

John & Philip Laing

Drummond & Co.

 

3

Triton (a brig, later a snow)

125
later
106

Unknown to webmaster

Have not researched this vessel. A vessel of the name is, however, listed in Lloyd's Register ('LR') of 1809 as owned by Swatman for service from Sunderland to Lynn, Norfolk. And in LR of 1810, then 4 years old & owned by T. Billing, the vessel's captain, for service as a Lynn coaster. I list the vessel because I happened to notice, in LR of 1862/63, that an 1806 Sunderland built vessel of the name was noted as having been LOST. Then owned by W. Peeps of Lynn, for service ex Lynn. All the same vessel?

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12470

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1806? Do please advise me if you know.

1807 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Alert (a schooner) 1

144

Unknown to webmaster

 

?216

2

Alexis 1 ex 24Oct1809

132

John & Philip Laing

J. & P. Laing

 

3

Ceneus (a brig or snow)

147
later
145
later
148
later
194
later
148/139
later
127

W. Potts

Another vessel which had a very long life! The vessel is Lloyd's Register ('LR') listed (in years available to the webmaster) in 1809, (not in 1810 & 1811), in 1812, 1813 & 1815, from 1818 thru 1838/39, from 1842/43 thru 1846/47 & not thereafter. In 1809, the 147 ton brig was owned by 'Cockerill' for service as a Sunderland coaster. From 1812 thru 1818 at least, it would seem, the vessel was owned by Hayton & Co., for service from Teignmouth, Devon, to Sunderland, from Dublin to Bremen, Germany, & from London to St. Petersburg, Russia. From 1819 to 1829 the vessel was owned by 'Graham', G. Graham to 1824, C. Graham thereafter, with G. Graham the vessel's captain from 1818 thru 1824 - for service ex Plymouth to Sunderland or service as a Plymouth coaster. In 1824, probably a mistake, the brig is LR listed as being of 247 tons. From 1830 thru 1833, the 148 ton brig was, per LR, owned by 'Rchrdsn &', presumably Richardson & Co. for service as a Topsham, Devon, coaster & from 1832 as a Lynn, Norfolk, coaster. From 1834 thru 1838/39, the vessel was registered at Sunderland - no other detail is LR available however. From 1842/43 thru 1846/47, the vessel, a snow of 148/139 tons was owned by Halliday of Sunderland for service from Sunderland to London. 'Halliday' was the snow's captain from 1842/43 thru 1845/46. The North of England Maritime Directory of 1848 lists John Halliday of Sunderland as the vessel's then owner. Turnbull's Register of 1856 lists J. Euens & R. Robinson, both of Sunderland, as the 127 ton snow's then owners. which owner names are clarified by Christie's Shipping Register of 1858 to mean Richard Robinson & John Euens. On Sep. 17, 1861, per line 1361 here, the 127 ton snow sank off Dover, while en route from Schiedam (Rotterdam) to England. Crew of 6 - none lost. The vessel is stated to have been then owned by John Ewens. Anything you can add?

2557

4

Scipio

144

John & Philip Laing

J. Bonner

 

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1807? Do please advise me if you know.

1808 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Hero (a brig)

181
later
183
later
184/174
later
174

Unknown to webmaster

A vessel which had an amazingly long life! Of 62 years no less. The vessel would seem to have been Lloyd's Register ('LR') recorded from 1818 thru 1829, from 1833 thru 1844/45, from 1847/48 thru 1854/55 & not thereafter. So far as I can see, the vessel was first recorded in LR of 1818, a brig of 181 tons, then 10 years old, owned by 'Thompson' for service from Plymouth, Devon, to Wales. Per LR, Thompson continued to own the vessel thru 1829 for the same service thru 1822 & then for service from Exmouth, also Devon, to Sunderland. The vessel was next LR recorded in 1833 (1832/33) where it is stated to be owned by J. Canney for service from Cowes to Sunderland. It would seem that the LR data for many years, as just stated, was wrong. The vessel was clearly registered at Sunderland in 1826 as per the 'Sunderland Annual Shipping List for 1826' (here), then a brig of 183 tons owned by J. Canney & Co. The LR data of 1834 & 1835/36 is cryptic. In 1836/37, thru 1844/45. the vessel was, per LR, owned by Wear & Co. of Scarborough, for service as a Scarborough coaster. In 1837/38 the vessel became listed at 184/174 tons. A couple of years of LR silence & when LR coverage recommenced in 1847/48, the vessel, a brig, was owned by Smith of Scarborough for service as a Scarborough collier. Per LR, Smith continued to own the vessel thru 1854/55. Christie's Shipping Register of 1858 (image soon) lists the Scarborough registered 174 ton brig as then owned by Matthew Smith & J. Matthews, both of Scarborough. The Mercantile Navy Lists of 1867 (page 177) & 1870 (page 177), both record Samuel Gibson, of Scarborough, as the vessel's then owner. Signal letters JLQW. On Dec. 9, 1872, per line 3153 here, the 154 ton brig stranded at Winterton, Norfolk (located 8 miles N. of Great Yarmouth), while en route from Hartlepool to London with a cargo of coal. Crew of 10 - none lost. The then owner was recorded as being George Wray. Can you tell us more?

5925

2

Leonidas

252

John & Philip Laing

Middleton

 

3

Perseverance (a brig)

131
later
131/101
later
94

Samuel Cooke of Deptford

I have listed this wooden vessel as built in 1808 in spite of what Lloyd's Registers ('LR') record. They advise, for 40 years from 1834/35 to the end, that the vessel was built in 1803. Why then do I list it as built in 1808? Because it seems clear from the earliest editions of LR that 1808 must be correct. Regardless, what an amazingly long life - built in 1808 & sunk in 1870. A Lynn vessel (King's Lynn, Norfolk) for her lifetime, it would appear. The vessel would seem to be first LR listed (in such editions as I have available) in 1808/09, owned by Cook, for service as a Sunderland coaster. In 1812, Hubbard, (from 1819/20 W. Hubbard), was her owner for service mainly as a Lynn coaster, briefly from Lynn to Riga, Latvia, briefly as an Exeter coaster & for service from Liverpool to London. In 1834/35, L. Self of Lynn became her owner for service as a coaster - ex Lynn, ex Plymouth & from Lynn to Scotland. J. Greene was her owner from 1842/43 thru 1846/47, for service as a coaster ex both Lynn & Blyth. From 1847/48 thru 1851/52, Mitchell of Lynn was her owner for similar service. It would seem that Coates & Co. of Lynn were her final owners - LR recorded them as her owners from 1852/53 thru 1873/74, the final years being after she was, in fact, wrecked in 1870. The owner was LR recorded as J. Coates from 1854/55 - note that J. Coates was her captain probably from 1852/53 & certainly from 1854/55 thru 1859/60. 63.7 ft. long, signal letters HPQV. The Mercantile Navy List of 1870, lists (on page 300) John Coats of Lynn as the then owner of the 94 ton vessel. On Jul. 3, 1870, per line 836 here, the 94 ton brig foundered off Hartlepool, while en route from Middlesbrough to Leith with a cargo of iron. Crew of 5 - none lost. Then owned by John Coats. Recorded as built in 1808, incidentally. Can you provide any additional detail?

2564

4

Stafford (a brig, later a snow, later a square)

211
later
257
later
256
later
230

Unknown to webmaster

Another vessel which had a long life! Of 54 years. The vessel would seem to have been Lloyd's Register ('LR') recorded in 1809, from 1819 thru 1841/42, from 1845/46 thru 1856/57 & not thereafter. In 1809, the vessel, a 211 ton brig, was owned by Jameson, the vessel's captain, for service from Sunderland to London. Per LR, Jameson still owned the vessel in 1819 when LR listing continued, thru 1833/34, for service (thru 1824) from Leith to St. Petersburg, Russia, in the 1825/28 period for service from Hull to Archangel, Russia, in the 1829/31 period for service from Hull to the Humber, from 1831 ex Lynn, Norfolk. However, the LR record seems to be incorrect - The vessel was clearly registered at Sunderland in 1826 as per the 'Sunderland Annual Shipping List for 1826' (here), then a snow of 256 tons owned by Hunter & Jamson. In 1834/35, per LR, Hunter & Co. of Sunderland became the owner of the vessel, now a snow, for service from Sunderland to Archangel. But for a short time only. In 1836/37, Janson & Co., also of Sunderland, owned the vessel thru 1840/41 at least, for service from Sunderland to London. When LR listings resumed in 1845/46, J. Hunter of Sunderland (likely related to the earlier Hunter) owned the vessel, thru 1856/57 it would appear. For service from Sunderland to Hamburg, Germany, & to other destinations such as the Baltic, London & Archangel. Turnbull's Register of 1856, lists J. Hunter & W. Jamson, as the vessel's then owners, which owner names Christie's Shipping Register of 1858 clarifies as meaning John Hunter & Wm. Jamson. On May 11, 1862, per line 2244 here, the 230 ton square stranded at Forken, Sweden, (where is it?) while en route from Sunderland to Cronstadt (St. Petersburg) with a cargo of coal. Crew of 8 - none lost. The vessel's then owner was John Hunter. The above owner names are all most confusing i.e. Jameson, Jamson & Janson are all most similar names. And Hunter is a consistent but confusing thread. Can you tell us more?

2929

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1808? Do please advise me if you know.

1809 (Just a start. Can you provide a list? Do please advise me if you have data. Corrections will surely be required in the data that follows.)-

#

Name

Gross

Builder

Built for

Official No.

1

Ann

213

John & Philip Laing

Covey

 

2

Rosina
a brig

134
later
150 & 132

Hylton Ferry Co.

J. Cooper (her captain) likely of Topsham, Devon. Ownership per Lloyd's Registers between 1818/19 & 1822/23 is confusing indeed, maybe J. Bell, Thompson & T. & then S. Hall. From 1823/24 Winlo & Co. of Plymouth or Falmouth, Devon. Gary Hicks advises (thanks!) that the vessel & crew were lost on the coast of France on Jan. 7, 1839

 

3

Sappho
a ship, maybe a barque early in life

419
later
429, 401 & 420

John & Philip Laing

Sir F. Baring. Per Lloyd's Registers a great many later owners, (1817/18) Thompson, (1819/1820) Shaw & Co., (1820/21) Arman, (1821/22) 'Heppnstill', (1822/23) Sanaford likely of Plymouth, (1823/24) Staniforth, (1824/25) Dawson likely of Plymouth, (1825/26) Nichols & Co. likely of Falmouth, (1827/28) Johnson & Co. likely of Leith then London, (1829/30) Virtue & Co. likely of London, maybe Vertue. Last Lloyd's Register recorded in 1833/34

 

4

Tranby (a brig, a snow, a brig again & maybe a snow again)

259
later
253, 254
& maybe
255

Unknown to webmaster

Clarkson, became Wilson & Co. in 1817/18, P. Mallett in 1822/23, Smith & Co. of Whitby, later G. Smith of Whitby, in 1825/26. Became Matheson in 1847/48 & Oliver in 1849/50, both of Newcastle. Some years not recorded in Lloyd's Register. From 1857/58 thru 1865/66 Lloyd's Register records E. Oliver of Shields as her owner. Turnbull's Register of 1858 advises that the vessel was then owned by 'E. Oliver' of North Shields. On Jan. 24, 1860, per line 578 here, the 254 ton brig sank off the Spurn (a sand spit at the mouth of the Humber river), while en route from Shields to London with a cargo of coal. None of the crew of 9 were lost. The vessel was then stated to be owned by J. N. Wilson.

24846

 

 

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What were the official build numbers for 1809? Do please advise me if you know.

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