|Total Records: 1|
|Jane||British||Mizen Head Co Cork||1852|
|Owner||Owner Reoch & Co|
|Flag||British||Builder||Built in Southampton|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||| ||
|Ships Role||Cargo Vessel||Rigging Style||Barque|
|Wreck Location||120 West Of Mizen Head Co Cork|
|Date Lost||25/04/1852||Captain||J. Stiers|
|Position||61:00 N / 13:00 W||Passengers Lost|
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Liverpool April 30. The Jane , Steers of and for London from Boston was run into by a ship on the 25th April at one o'clock, a.m., and went down in about twenty minutes. Seven hands lost Master and six hands were picked up by the Ontario from Glasgow at eight o'clock, a.m, and subsequently put on board the John S.de Wolff arrived here.
The Belfast News-Letter, Monday, May 3, 1852
Liverpool May 22. Jane, Steers. A writing desk was picked up near Cape Clear on the 18th inst containing sundry papers respecting the barque Jane, Steers, from Boston to London. which was abandoned on the 25th April in lat 51. lon.13, after being in contact with a ship name unknown. The captain and six hands arrived here on April 30.
Daily News ( London ),Monday, May 24, 1852
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