An iron barque built in 1868 by W. Doxford & Sons, Sunderland, as yard no. 23. Dimensions: 180'4"×29'8"×19'1" and tonnage: 682 tons.
1868 April
Launched at the shipyard of W. Doxford & Sons, Sunderland, for G.N. Gardiner & Co., Liverpool. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 60063 and signal ..... Employed in the South American [?] trade.
Sold to Trinder, Anderson & Co., London.
Sold to Rederiselskabet Niola (N.P. Høer), Skien, Norway, and was renamed Niola.
Sold to T.S. Rasmussen, Stavanger.
1913 Mau 5
Sold to Emil Gottfrid Holm and partners, Halmstad, Sweden, for SEK 30.000. Assigned the official Swedish Reg. No. 5500 and signal JTLN.
1914 January
Captain Nils Peter Rosenberg, Brunnby.
1914 September 25
Captain Nils Gustaf Ohlsson, Kalmar.
1916 February 8
Sailed from Pensacola with a cargo of pitchpine for Dundee.
1916 April 25
Sunk by the German destroyer No. 44 in the North Sea c 15 miles SO of the Smith Knoll Lightship. The crew was brought to Wilhelmshaven by the destroyer.


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