A four-masted steel barque built in 1883 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, as hull no. 156. Her dimensions were 92,02×13,07×7,65 meters and tonnage 2570 GRT, 2233 NRT, and 4000 DWT.

1883 April 11
Launched at the shipyard of Harland & Wolff, Belfast, for Richard Martin & Co., Dublin.
In command of Captain John O'Neill late of the same owner's ship Dunboyne.
1910 December
Sold to A/S Fingal (Chr. Hannevig), Horten, Norway. Assigned the Norwegian signal WJFQ.
1915 April
Sold to Transatlantic Motorship Co. (Chr. Hannevig), Kristiania, Norway, and was equipped with two engines of 160 ihp together.
1916 April 14
Bought by August Leffler & Sons Nya AB, Gothenburg, for SEK 800.000 and renamed Hugo Hamilton. Captain Henric Henricsson, Kivik, became her first Swedish master.
1916 December 9
Left Caleta Bueno for Gothenburg via the Panama Canal with 3800 tons of saltpeter.
1917 February 12
Sunk by the German submarine U 81 at 55°45'N and 12°10'W.


Updated 1997-12-30 by Lars Bruzelius.

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