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15072


S Tyneside


South Shields, Herd Sand, Martin Luther


South Shields


NZ36NE


Maritime Craft


Sailing Vessel


Brigantine


Early Modern


C19


Wreckage


1864 wreck of English brig which stranded off the South Pier, Tynemouth, in the aftermath of the storm which had wrecked the STANLEY (1364862), FRIENDSHIP (1364859) and ARDWELL (1364863) the day before. She was inbound to the Tyne, either as a light vessel, i.e. in ballast, or as a coal-laden vessel, putting back because of the storm. Constructed of wood in 1854, she was a sailing vessel. Built: 1854 Construction: part iron bolts Master: Richard Wilson Crew Lost: all, estimated as about 8 Owner: J Morgan


37


67


NZ3767



National Monuments Record (1366705); Boswell Whitaker 1980 Preservation of life from shipwreck, volume 2 : South Shields Volunteer Life Brigade Page(s)31-2; Lloyd's 1964 Lloyd's register of British and foreign shipping 1863-4, No.393(M); Boswell Whitaker 1980 Preservation of life from shipwreck, volume 3 : Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade Page(s)2; Newcastle Courant 02-DEC-1864, No.9,910

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