Glatton

29812
Nominal GunsUnknownIORMAR
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorEast India Company
Launched23.5.1796ref:1352
First Commissioned1796IORMAR
How acquiredPurpose builtref:1352
ShipyardRotherhithe - London - Surrey ref:1352
ConstructorJohn Wells (1761-1848)IORMAR
CategoryMerchantIORMAR
Ship TypeEast Indiaman
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Last known1815IORMAR

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentIORMAR
Length of Gundeck176' 10"Imperial Feet53.6448 
Length of Keel144' 2 ½"Imperial Feet43.9039 
Breadth43' 2 ½"Imperial Feet13.1191 
Depth in Hold17' 5 ½"Imperial Feet5.1943 
Burthen1,432Tons BM 

Owners


DatesOwnerSource
1796 - 1810Sir Richard Neave (1st Baronet of Dagnam Park) (1731-1814) Principal Managing OwnerIORMAR
1811 - 1815Sir Robert Wigram (1st Baronet) (1743/44-1830) Principal Managing OwnerIORMAR

4 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1.6.1796 - 5.6.1801Captain (HEIC)Charles DrummondIORMAR25.1.1802 - 20.6.1803Captain (HEIC)William MacNamaraIORMAR1803 - 1804Captain (HEIC)Charles DrummondIORMAR24.2.1806 - 8.4.1815Captain (HEIC)James HalliburtonIORMAR

1 Deck Officer


DatesRankNameSource
8.11.1813 - 22.8.1815Chief MateHenry UptonIORMAR


Notes on Ship


EIC JournalIORMAR

Built by Wells, launched 1796, 3 decks, 5in bottom, length 176ft 10in, keel 144ft 2½in, breadth 43ft 2½in, hold 17ft 5½in, wing transom 26ft 10in, port cell 29ft 8¾in, waist 3ft 11in, between decks 6ft 6in, roundhouse 6ft 8in, ports 15 middle & upper, deck range 104ft 9in, 1432 tons.

Principal Managing Owners:

1-6 Sir Richard Neave

7-8 Sir Robert Wigram.

Voyages:

(1) 1795/6 China. Capt Charles Drummond. Portsmouth 11 Aug 1796 - 7 Jan 1797 Amboina - 19 Mar Whampoa - left China 15 Jun - 27 Aug Whampoa - 31 Dec Second Bar - 17 Mar 1798 Cape - 15 Apr St Helena - 24 Jun Cork - 11 Jul Gravesend.

(2) 1798/9 St Helena, Benkulen and China. Capt Charles Drummond. Portsmouth 2 Apr 1799 - 5 Jul St Helena - 24 Oct Benkulen - 23 Mar 1800 Whampoa - 26 May Second Bar - 25 Aug Bouro - 14 Sep Sumbava - 5 Dec St Helena - 17 Apr 1801 Gravesend.

(3) 1801/2 China. Capt William MacNamara. Downs 29 Mar 1802 - 10 May St Salvadore - 10 Sep Whampoa - 8 Nov Second Bar - 16 Feb 1803 St Helena - 24 Apr Gravesend.

(4) 1803/4 Bombay and China. Capt Charles Drummond. Portsmouth 13 Feb 1804 - 12 Sep 1805 moorings.

(5) 1805/6 China. Capt James Halliburton. Portsmouth 14 May 1806 - 6 Aug Cape - 15 Oct Penang - 19 Jan 1807 Whampoa - 23 Feb Second Bar - 19 Sep Cape - 13 Oct St Helena - 28 Dec Downs.

(6) 1808/9 China. Capt James Halliburton. Portsmouth 5 Apr 1809 - 23 Jul Penang - 6 Nov Whampoa - 21 Dec Second Bar - 22 May 1810 St Helena - 28 Jul Downs.

(7) 1811/2 China. Capt James Halliburton. Portsmouth 25 Mar 1812 - 27 Jul Penang - 25 Aug Malacca - 20 Sep Whampoa - 15 Dec Second Bar - 27 Mar 1813 St Helena - 7 Jun Long Reach.

(8) 1813/4 St Helena, Benkulen and China. Capt James Halliburton. Portsmouth 22 Feb 1814 - 2 May St Helena - 10 Aug Benkulen - 30 Aug Penang - 2 Dec Whampoa - 21 Jan 1815 Second Bar - 12 May St Helena - 22 Aug Long Reach.



 

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