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Registration No S830094 Length (ft) 70
Official No. Width (ft) 21
Depth (ft) 11
Builder Surname Gross Tonnage 131
Builder First name Net Tonnage
Vessel Name. SAINT PATRICK Registered Tonnage
Where Prev. Registered ST JOHNS NFLD Year Registered 1830
Year Prev. Registered 1830 Official Closure Year 1836
Place Constructed NEW BRUNSWICK Reason for Closure 4
Year Constructed 1827 Place of Closure: ST JOHNS NFLD
No of Decks 1 Actual Closure Date 1836
No of Masts 2 If Foreign Sold, Where?
Type of Vessel Brig Horse Power
Registration No. S830094
Owners Surname: FOLEY
Owners First Name: THOMAS
Owners No. 01
Residence: HARBOUR GRACE CB
RC Country: Canada
RCountry: Conception Bay
Partnership Division: 01
Was Owner the Builder: yes
SAINT PATRICK, 131 ton Schooner, 70 x 21 x 11, built 1827 Bay Verte,
registered 1828, S828074, closed 1830 - Registered De Novo.
Owners and Builders: Patrick Power, Mariner of St. John's and Henry Hawson,
Shipping Company of St. John's.
SAINT PATRICK, 131 ton Brig, 70 x 21 x 11, built1827 New Brunswick,
registered 1830, S830019, closed 1830 - Registered De Novo.
Owners and Builders: Patrick Power, Merchant of St. John's and Henry
Hawson, Merchant of St. John's.
Re-registered 1830, S830094, to Thomas Foley, Merchant of Harbour Grace,
closed 1836 - Registered De Novo.
Re-registered 1836, S836092, to Thomas Foley, closed 1840 - Transfered to a
New Port - Dundalk, Ireland.
Previous Owners of the above Brig from 1827 to 1828: William Silliker and
William Chappell of Bay Verte registered at Saint John, NB., reg.# J827099,
closed 1828 - Transfered to a New Port - Newfoundland.
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