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|Lucy Bazley||British||Cape Clear Co Cork||1867|
|Lucy Bazley :|
|Owner||Thomas Dawson Ashton|
|Flag||British||Builder||Allsup , Preston|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||110.3 | 23.3 | 13.3|
|Ships Role||Cargo Vessel||Rigging Style||Barquentine|
|Wreck Location||Cape Clear Co Cork|
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LOSS OF A PRESTON VESSEL
0n Tuesday last the Lucy Bazley of this port sunk off Cape Clear. She was abandoned in a sinking state by the crew who were taken on board the Mary, shortly after which the Lucy Bazley went down. She was a three-masted Brigantine of about 400 tons burthen and was built last year by Mr. Allsup, of this town.
This was her first voyage. She was laden with cannel for Santander in Spain. The vessel which was the property of Mr. Thomas Dawson of Ashton near this town was insured.
The Preston Guardian, Saturday, January 26, 1867
Queenstown Jan.25 ... Landed here by the Mary from Philadelphia the Captain and crew of the Lucy Beazley from Liverpool to Santander which vessel was abandoned on the 22nd ; she had cut away masts and sprung a leak.
Lucy Dazley, hence for Santander abandoned Jan.22 crew at Queenstown. [ Mem.: The Lucy Dazley left Liverpool Jan.18 ]
Liverpool Mercury, Satuarday, January 26, 1867
Crew Agreements for 1867 held At Maritime History Archive >>
|Record Created on 17/12/2010|
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