|Total Records: 1|
|Owner||Andrew Gibson & Co, Liverpool.|
|Flag||British||Builder||Scott & Sons, Greenock, Westburn East yard|
|Tonnage nrt/grt||766 / 766|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||135.4 | 28.7 | 22.4|
|Ships Role||General Cargo||Rigging Style||Ship 3 Masted|
|Wreck Location||Poor Head Cork|
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WRECK OF THE COROMANDEL.
The ship Coromandel Captain Chapman which left Philadelphia on the 21st September last with petroleum for Queenstown, was wrecked at Sunday afternoon at Poor Head at the entrance to Queenstown harbour in a strong gale. Part of the cargo may be saved, Crew rescued. She was a ship of 766 tons, built in Greenock in 1843 and registered as the property of A.Gibson and Co, Liverpool.
Liverpool Mercury, January 3, 1871
|Record Created on 02/06/2015|
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