Surnames/tags: Naval ships Ship
The ship "Essay". This profile is for anything related to the ship Essay.
Essay was build at Kingston Port or Speymouth, of Glenmore Timber, by Messrs Dodsworth and Osbourne. It could carry 350 tons.https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=dVheAAAAcAAJ&pg page 629.
In 1810 it was arriving at Portneus, in St. Lawrence, Quebec, Canada. Probably carrying immigrants from Ireland and UK. https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Q31GAAAAYAAJ&pg page 107
She went down outside the coast of Ireland in 1865. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/200941325/v-thomas
Scottish build Ships> http://www.clydeships.co.uk/view.php?official_number=&imo=&builder=&builder_eng=&year_built=&launch_after=&launch_before=&role=&propulsion=&category=&owner=&port=&flag=&disposal=&lost=&ref=20527&vessel=ASSAYE
Newspaper article about the ship Assaye sinking of the Wexford cost of Ireland. Possibly the Essay. Or the ships name was spelled wrongly on the grave stone. http://www.irishshipwrecks.com/shipwrecks.php?wreck_ref=573
Master on the ship when it went down of the Irish coast in 1865: V. Thomas of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire, Wales.