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Name: EDENHOLME
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 07/1873
Completed: 1874
Builder: WE Boutland
Yard: Bill Quay
Yard Number: 3
Dimensions: 235grt, 294nrt, 160.4 x 21.3 x 11.8ft
Engines: C2cyl (20 & 36 x 24ins), 56nhp
Engines by: Marshall, Osborne & Co, South Shields
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 70593
History:
1874 Marshall & Co; registered at London
1874 James C Kerr, London; renamed BANCA
1876 Lee Cheng Tee, Singapore
1883 Lim Tiang Wha, Singapore
1884 Soon Soon Guan, Singapore
1887 WE Hooper, Singapore
1888 AS Johnston & Co, Singapore
1890 Hokkai Kisen Kaisha, Esashi; renamed JINJU MARU
1895 Z Chikuzen, Hakodate
1901 Okinawa Kaiun KK, Osaka
1909 Taiho Shosen KK, Osaka
1913 S Mochizuki, Osaka
1914 M Mano, Nishinomiya
1917 Moller & Co, Shanghai; renamed SHANGHAI
1919 SA de Gerance et d'Armement, Le Havre
1920 Renamed CAP D'ALPRECHT
1923 O Lindberg & Co, Stockholm; renamed ELSA
1924 JP Lundahl, Stockholm; renamed ALTAIR
03/03/1925 Wrecked
Comments: BANCA is spelt BANKER in later registers
03/03/1925: Wrecked at Kopparnageln, near Hafringe
On a voyage from Stockholm to Gothenburg, with general cargo