Agincourt (1825 ship)
Agincourt was launched at Monmouth in 1825, registered at Bristol, and became a West Indiaman sailing to Nevis. She was lost on 29 January 1829.
|Namesake:||Battle of Agincourt|
|Owner:||Charles Pinney and Robert Edward Case|
|Fate:||Wrecked January 1829|
|Tons burthen:||299, or 2991⁄94 (bm)|
|Length:||102 ft 1 in (31.1 m)|
|Beam:||28 ft 8 in (8.7 m)|
|Notes:||Two decks and three masts|
Agincourt first appeared in Lloyd's Register in 1826 with C. Claxton, master, Pinneys, owner, and trade Bristol–Nevis. Lloyd's Register for 1829 showed Agincourt's master changing from William Scarth to Joseph Essex Harris.
Citations and references
- Farr 1950, pp. 150-151.
- Lloyd's Register (1826), Supple. pages "A", Seq.№A22.
- "No. 18561". The London Gazette. 24 March 1829. p. 551.
- Farr, Grahame E., ed. (1950) Records of Bristol Ships, 1800-1838 (vessels over 150 tons). (Bristol Record Society), Vol. 15.