Sam Mendel

An iron full-rigged ship built in 1861 by Pile, Spencer & Co., West Hartlepool. Dimensions 205'3"×34'9"×20'5" and 1057 GRT, 966 NRT and 1400 DWT.
Launched at the shipyard of Pile, Spencer & Co., West Hartlepool, for J. Coupland, Liverpool.
Sold to Blyth & Co., Liverpool.
Sold to H. Ellis & Sons, Liverpool.
Sold to T. Roberts, London. Reduced to barque rig.
Registered at Llanelly.
1899 March 13
Sold to A/S Charlonus (Johan Bryde), Sandefjord, Norway, and was renamed Charlonus.
Sold to B.J. Grefstad, Grimstad.
1905 February 8
Sold to Nils Alfred Ehrnberg and partners, Simrishamn, for SEK 29.000 and was renamed Hanna (1905-04-28). Assigned the official Swedish Registration No. 4394 and signal JPFG.
1905 March 10
Stranded at Hönö but was refloated on March 31.
1908 October 3
Laid up at Helsingborg.
1909 October
Sold to Sig. Giacomi Piccalugi, Genova, and was broken up.


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