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Name: CLOTILDA also seen as CLOTHILDA
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 01/08/1863
Completed: 1863
Builder: C Mitchell & Co
Yard: Low Walker
Yard Number: 108
Dimensions: 707grt, 533nrt, 214.1 x 28.0 x 16.4ft; (1874: 854grt, 553nrt)
Engines: 2cyl, 150nhp; (1870: C2cyl (25 & 50 x 33ins), 99nhp)
Engines by: Maudsley, Son & Field, Lambeth; (1870: Palmer's SB & Iron Co, Jarrow)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 48510
History:
1863 London & Mediterranean Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London
1865 London, Italian & Adriatic Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London
1867 FC Pickernell, London
1868 Ocean Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London
1869 Palmer's Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd, Newcastle
1872 Stephenson Clarke & Co Ltd
1873 Segovia Civada & Co, Seville; renamed SEGOVIA
by 1886 Segovia Cuadra & Co, Seville
by 1892 Cia Sevillana de Navigatione & Vaper, Seville
03/1906 Broken up
Comments: 1870: Engine compounded by Palmers' SB & Iron Co, Jarrow
13/12/1870: Stranded on Wells Beach, Maine, USA
Thought to have been carrying the parts for INTERNATIONAL of 1872
29/03/1871: Register closed as she was deemed a total loss
29/06/1871: Refloated following lengthy lightening operations
Taken to Union Wharf, Portland where she was subsequently repaired
Remained under US Marshall arrest, pending outcome of a lawsuit
1972: Re-registered in Newcastle using the original official number
05/1872: Departed Boston for Liverpool
10/1872: Further repairs in Palmer's No 3 drydock at Jarrow


Shields Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 08/02/1871

Shields Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 19/07/1871

Shields Daily Gazette, Wednesday, 29/11/1871