|Total Records: 1|
|Venus||British||Millisle Co Down||1867|
|Owner||John McCausland Caw Street, killyleagh|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||| ||
|Ships Role||Coaster||Rigging Style||Schooner|
|Wreck Location||Millisle Co Down|
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Three vessels were driven ashore at millisle on Wednesday morning last during a heavy fall of snow. One of them the Adeline, of Dublin has become a total wreck, and it is supposed all on board perished, the other two the Rose of Glasgow and the Venus, with coals are on shore but the crews have been saved the vessels are expected off.
The Belfast News-Letter, Monday, January 7, 1867
Portaferry Feb 4. The Venus not the Venice as reported from Belfast, Jan 5, Schooner of Belfast from Maryport to killyleagh with coals went ashore Jan.1 in Coalpit Bay near Drogheda and has since broken up : Crew saved.
The Standard Friday February 08,1867
Crew Agreements for 1866 are held at PRO of Northern Ireland >>
|Record Created on 21/11/2010|
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