Lord Wolseley

A four-masted iron ship built in 1883 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, as hull no. 157. Her dimensions were 93,92×13,00×7,64 meters [308'2"×42'8"×25'1"] and tonnage 2576 GRT and 2518NRT. Rigged with double top- and topgallant sails, royals and a main skysail.

1883 July 21
Launched at the shipyard of Harland & Wolff, Belfast.
1883 September 6
Delivered to Irish Shipowners Co. (T. Dixon & Sons), Belfast.
Sold to J.C. Tidemann & Co., Bremen, and was renamed Columbia. Reduced to barque rig.
Dis-masted off Cape Flattery at the entrance to the Juan de Fuca straits and towed to Esquimault. The hull was used a storage depot.
Sold to C.E. Peabody, Vancouver, and was remasted and rerigged to a six-masted barkentine and was renamed Everett G. Griggs.
Sold to E.R. Stirling, Blaine, WA, and was renamed E.R. Sterling
1928 April
Broken up at Sunderland.

Updated 1996-04-08 by Lars Bruzelius.

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