Name: PRIDE O'THE TAY
Launched: 03/1867
Completed: 1867
Builder: Readhead Softley & Co, South Shields
Yard Number: 15
Dimensions: 72grt, 17nrt, 82.3 x 17.0 x 9.0ft
Engines: L1cyl (30 x 48ins), 30nhp
Engines By: Readhead Softley & Co, South Shields
Propulsion: Paddle
Construction: Wood
Reg Number: 58227
History:
1867 David Edwards, Robert Anderson & Alexander Monro, Dundee; registered at Dundee
1870 James Purdy Rennoldson, South Shields
1870 Thomas & John Gray, William Tulley, George Ford and James Precious; registered at Hull
1877 George Ford died and interests taken by existing partners
1882 Catherine Precious became part-owner
1883 Thomas Gray died and interests taken by William Tulley & Thomas Newton jointly
1885 William Tulley died & interests taken by Emma Tulley & Thomas Newton (George Gray, manager).
1888 Sold to T Gray & Company Ltd, (same manager), Hull
1905 Broken up
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