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Looking for Log Books and Crew names of Clydesdale and Oniedia of 1880 to 1890

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Re: Looking for Log Books and Crew names of Clydesdale and Oniedia of 1880 to 1890

Posted: 5 Mar 2012 7:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Multiple Sources including vessel name search on CLIP at http://www.crewlist.org.uk/data/data.html

SS Clydesdale
Official No 85875
British cargo ship, 994 Gross Tons
Built 1881 by Blackwood & Gordon, Glasgow
Powered Steam & Sail
Owned R. Mackill & Co, Glasgow
Lost in storm 23/ March]/1890 5miles N of South Bishop,Cardigan Bay
(more Vessels of name listed on CLIP)
Some crew lists exist for her at the National Maritime Archive Newfoundland
See http://www.mun.ca/mha/about.php > Crew list Index Search - enter official number

Times Monday 31 March 1890
Disasters at Sea
2nd of 6 listed
“The Clydesdale of Glasgow, has foundered five miles north of South Bishops, having struck on North Bishops. The crew and six passengers were saved in the boats. The Clydesdale laden with coal, was bound for Bilbao.”

SS Oneida
Official No 75585
Registered Port of Brockville Ontario 1877
Built Geneva US 1877
Powered Steam & Sail
Owned John G Richardson, Brockville Ontario
No information on crew lists not known in National Maritime Archive Newfoundland

Also Oneida Official No 7416
Registered London
Built Greenock 1855, 2293 Gross tonnage
Originally powered steam, converted to Sail 1875
Owned Edward Davies, Plymouth, Devonshire

Crew lists 1864-1871 at Southampton Archives, 1877-1895 (with gaps) National Maritime Archive Newfoundland enter official number in above link
More vessels with same name listed on Clip
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