Category: Lady Grey (1854)

Categories: 1850s Ships | Ships by Name | Immigrant Ships to New Zealand

Schooner: 64 Tons

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Dated 7 August 1854. "Lady Grey", 64 tons; Matthew Walker, Master; built at St Mary's Bay in Prince Edward Island in 1854 by the certificate of William Hicken and John Hicken, the builders, dated 7 August 1854. Specifications: one deck; two masts; her length from the inner part of the main stern to the forepart of the stern aloft is 61 feet 5 tenths; her breadth in midship is 16 feet 3 tenths; her depth in hold at midship is 8 feet 7 tenths; she is a schooner.
Owners: William Brent, 34 shares; Gershorn Curtis, 15 shares; John Lock, 15 shares. All of Charlottetown.
Recorded by Custom House, Prince Edward Island, 20 March 1857, that registration transferred to Wellington, New Zealand.

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