Barossa

29018
Nominal GunsUnknownW024
NationalityUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
OperatorPrivate Owners
Launched30.12.1811W024
How acquiredPurpose builtW024
ShipyardCalcutta - Bengal - Hooghly W024
CategoryMerchantW024
Ship TypeUnknown
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Foundered1847W024

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentW024
Burthen729Tons BM 

Owners


DatesOwnerSource
1811/12/30 - 1833John William BuckleW024
1833 - 1846Joseph Somes (1787-1845)W024
1846 - 1847 MichesonW024

3 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
30.11.1811 - 1812Captain (HEIC)Benjamin FergussonW0241819 - 1828Captain (HEIC)Henry HutchinsonW0241832 - 1833Captain (HEIC)Orlando Hart WilsonW024


Notes on Ship


EIC JournalIORMAR

Chartered ship, built at Cossipore 1811, 968 tons.

Principal Managing Owners: 1-3 John William Buckle, 4-5 Buckle & Co, 6 John Clarkson.

Voyages:

(1) From Bengal 1812. Capt Benjamin Fergusson. Calcutta 1 Mar 1812 - Saugor 10 May - 12 Jun Madras - 6 Sep St Helena - 6 Nov Downs.

(2) 1818/9 Bombay. Capt Henry Hutchinson. Downs 5 May 1819 - 12 Aug Cape - 9 Oct Bombay 11 Jan 1820 - 2 Apr Cape - 21 Apr St Helena - 9 Jul Purfleet.

(3) 1820/1 Bengal. Capt Henry Hutchinson. Downs 21 Jun 1821 - 17 Nov Diamond Harbour - 6 Dec Calcutta - 18 Feb 1822 Vizagapatam - 16 Mar Madras - 5 Nov Moorings.

(4) 1826/7 China. Capt Henry Hutchinson. Downs 16 Apr 1827 - 3 Sep Whampoa - 30 Oct Second Bar - 14 Jan 1828 St Helena - 25 Mar Blackwall.

(5) 1828/9 Bengal. Capt Henry Hutchinson. East India Dock 12 Jun 1828 - 10 Dec Calcutta.

(6) 1831/3 China and Quebec. Capt Orlando Hart Wilson. Downs 10 Jun 1832 - 29 Oct Whampoa - 24 Jan 1833 Second Bar - 18 Jun Quebec - 5 Sep Moorings.



Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
W024East India Company ShipsAndrea CordaniWeb Site
IORMARIOR/L/MAR - India Office - Marine Department Records Archive
 

Previous comments on this page

Posted by AvM on Monday 3rd of June 2019 15:45

Sorry

she was buil by White at Cossipore , Calcutta

She also appeared as BARROSA , even in official registers.


Posted by AvM on Monday 3rd of June 2019 15:23

London Evening Standard - Tuesday 09 February 1847

Royal Mail Company's Office, Kingston, Jan. 12, 1847
.......
Wreck of the Barossa, Coolie Ship. — We regret to announce that the Coolie emigrant vessel, the Barossa, of •800 tons, was yesterday wrecked off Port Morant.


Posted by AvM on Monday 3rd of June 2019 15:16

According to Hackman built by
White & Cassipore, Calcutta
1811-1819 in private trade to India as Licensed ship
1833 sold to Joseph Somes, London. Hired as a transport
1846 sold to Mitcheson & Co , London

registered London
39/1813 on 12.02.1813 master B.Fergusson
242/1815 on 05.07.1815 master W.Hawkey (?)
25/1819 on 5.02.1819 master J,T.Pasmon (?) 698 27/94
-> H.Hutchinson
227/1836 729 74/94 master Lewis Kt. Gray
-> Fred Irevett (?)
-> In P. Austin
10/1846 master Ja. Dodds

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