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Total Records: 1
Name Nationality Location Date Lost
Phoebe   British  Dingle Bay Co kerry  1823 

Phoebe : 
Owner Millage & Co 
Flag British  Builder Built at New Brunswick 
Port Liverpool  Build Date 1815 
Official No   Material Fir 
    Tonnage nrt/grt 337 
Ship type Sail Vessel  Dimensions  |  | 
Ships Role  Cargo Ship  Rigging Style Brig  
Super Structure
 
Hull
 
Machinery
 
 
Wreck Location Glenbeigh  Dingle Bay Co kerry 
Date Lost 26/02/1823  Captain W. F. Kay 
Cause Driven a shore in a gale  Crew Lost  
Position 52.01 N / 10.06 W  Passengers Lost   
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History

In the severe gale of wind on Wednesday last the ship Phoebe of Liverpool, Fullerton Key master, burden per register 370 tons from St. John's New Brunswick bound to Liverpool was totally wrecked at Glanbeigh, Co. Kerry. The crew seventeen in number were all safely landed. Her cargo consisting of timber staves and deals has also been mostly saved.

We understand that Richard Mahony, Esq of Port-M'Gee a Magistrate for the County Kerry is the principal Salvager in charge. A party of the 39th Regiment have marched from Tralee for the purpose of affording every protection to the property. The vessel is a total wreck.

The Connaught Journal, Monday March 3, 1823

 
Record Created on  02/01/2009
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