An iron fullrigged ship built in 1867 by G.R. Clover & Co., Birkenhead. Dimensions 216'0"×36'2"×23'7" and tonnage 1234 GRT, 1250 NRT and 1199 tons under deck.
1867 August
Launched at the shipyard of G.R. Clover, Birkenhead, for R. Hughes & Co., Menai Bridge, Liverpool. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 60005 and signal KBLC.
Captain Evans was given command of the vessel.
Sold to August Troberg, Mariehamn, for FIM 70.000. The Finnish measurements were 63,2×11,1×7,32 meters.
1902 November 11
Grounded near Leeman Owers on the English East coast on voyage from Fredrikstad to Delagoa Bay with a cargo of timber. The ship, which had spung a leak and got seven yards broken, was brought to Hull by English steam trawlers where she was condemned.
1903 January
The wreck was sold for £ 1150 to be broken up.


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