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References:

Customs and Excise Register of Sea Fishing Boats

Campbell Papers

 
 
 
     
Port Letters & No: 
Owners & Port History
 
 BF 334
( chronological order)
 
Name:  As BF 334 Rose of Sharon  

1. Owner: Alexander Smith, 'Curry' (Skipper) and William Smith until 1889 April 20th

 
Rose of Sharon  
Official Number:  Port: Portessie  
  2. Owner: William Smith, 'Curry' from 1889 April 20th until 1894 June 25th.  
 Built: Port: Portessie  
  3. Owner: John Coull, Skipper, and William Coull both of 11 Seaview Road, Buckpool, Buckie in the County of Banff, Fishermen from 1894 June 25th.  
Type of Vessel: 

Port: Buckpool

 

As INS 2307 Rose of Sharon

 
 Lugger, Scaffie, 1st class (remeasured as 2nd class), 5 men and 1 boy, nets and lines. 4. Owner: Alexander Stewart of 21 Argyle Street Branderburgh, Fisherman until 1899 December 6th.  
Dimensions: Port: Lossiemouth  
36.0ft. lok., 50.0ft. loa., 16.0ft.b., 4.0ft.d. 5. Owner: John Stewart of 22 Seatown, Lossiemouth, Fisherman from 1899 December 6th.  
Tonnage:  Port: Lossiemouth.  
  20.0grt., nrt. Remeasured, 1894 June 25th., to 14.40grt. 6. Owner:   
Propulsion:  Port:   
 Lug rigged; two lug sails, jib and mizzen.    

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IRCS:       
       
Years:       
 1880 to 1896      
           
 

History: 

 1880 February 16th registered BF 334 Rose of Sharon

1896 July 9th., Banff registry closed vessel sold to Lossiemouth.

1896 July 24th registered INS 2307 Rose of Sharon

1904 September 2nd., Inverness registry closed vessel broken up.