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The vessel continued to be LR listed with Leroy the owner until 1887/88 where the vessel is stated to have been 'Condemned'.

from 1876/77) became her owner for service in 1872/74 from London to the West Indies (LR ceased providing service data after 1873/74) with J. Leroy, of Le Havre, France, had become the vessel's owner. Watson of Sunderland, for service from Sunderland to the Mediterranean.

Gann, of London, became the vessel's owner thru 1885/86 in which year Whitstable Shipping Co.

Water entered the ship faster than it could be pumped out.

13, 1870, of a steamer to be used as a tug-boat at Seaham Harbour. The vessel was under the command Charles Ellis & had a crew of 28 all told. 27, 1879 in increasing winds & a heavy sea the vessel developed a small list. that day, a heavy sea broke over the vessel, causing much structural damage & in particular destroying the 14 ft. Water poured into the engine room & two seamen were seriously injured trying, unsuccessfully, to stop up the hole. Y So far as I can see, the vessel was not Lloyd's Register listed.

Strachan, a 780 gross ton Newcastle steamer, off Scarborough, Yorkshire.

Strachan, which suffered severe damage to her starboard bow, survived the encounter.

Gann, of London, became the vessel's owner thru 1885/86 in which year Whitstable Shipping Co. Water entered the ship faster than it could be pumped out. 13, 1870, of a steamer to be used as a tug-boat at Seaham Harbour. The vessel was under the command Charles Ellis & had a crew of 28 all told. 27, 1879 in increasing winds & a heavy sea the vessel developed a small list. that day, a heavy sea broke over the vessel, causing much structural damage & in particular destroying the 14 ft. Water poured into the engine room & two seamen were seriously injured trying, unsuccessfully, to stop up the hole. Y So far as I can see, the vessel was not Lloyd's Register listed. Strachan, a 780 gross ton Newcastle steamer, off Scarborough, Yorkshire. Strachan, which suffered severe damage to her starboard bow, survived the encounter. Corrections in any of the material which follows, however tiny, would be most welcome. So far as I can see, this vessel was never recorded in Lloyd's Register.