Lord Clyde

An iron barque built in 1875 by A. Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, as yard no. 185. Dimensions: 173'4"×28'0"×17'6" and tonnage: 591 GRT, 560 NRT and 560 tons under deck.
1875 July
Launched at the shipyard of A. Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, for Hargrove & Hallon, Liverpool. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 70495 and signal PCBL.
Sold to J. Williams.
Sold to G. Tulloch & Co., Swansea. [Listed in LR 1879-80]
Sold to L. Tulloch & Co., Swansea.
Captain Davies.
Abandoned in the North Sea during heavy weather. The drifting ship was later found and brought into Hamburg.
1902 May 20
Sold at auction in Hamburg to John E. Olson, Gothenburg, for £ 1780 and was renamed Trifolium. Assigned the official Swedish Reg. No. 4034 and signal JMSH. The new measurements were 50,32×8,53×5,36 meters and 591 GRT, 519 NRT and 940 DWT. Captain Hjalmar Westerhult was given command of the ship.
1914 February 5
Sailed from Cardiff with a cargo of coal and clay for Bahia.
1914 March 15
Wrecked at Sennen Cove, Land's End.


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