Caledonian (1811 ship)

Caledonian was launched at Barnstaple in 1811 as a West Indiaman. She first appeared in Lloyd's Register (LR) in 1811 with William Lund, master, William Scott owner, and trade Bristol–Jamaica.[2] She made two voyages to Jamaica, and foundered at sea on 5 July 1813 homeward bound to Bristol, from Jamaica, on her second.[3] A more complete account reports that she had suffered damage, losing her bowsprit, foremast, and main topmast. After she had parted from the rest of the convoy her crew abandoned her.[4]

History
United Kingdom
Name: Caledonian
Owner: William Scott
Builder: Barnstaple
Launched: 1811
Captured: Abandoned at sea 1813
General characteristics
Tons burthen: 351,[1] or 353[2] (bm)

Citations and references

Citations

References

  • Farr, Grahame E., ed. (1950) Records of Bristol Ships, 1800-1838 (vessels over 150 tons). (Bristol Record Society), Vol. 15.
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