british Cory Colliers Ltd. (Wm. Cory & Son) SS F. T. Barry (+1906)
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general
nationality british
purpose transport
type cargo ship
propulsion steam
date built 1872
status
unknown
details
weight (tons) 867  grt
dimensions 67.1 x 9.5 x -- m
engine 1 x 2 Cyl. compound engine
power 99  h.p.
speed  
yard no. 80
IMO/Off. no. 68362
about the loss
cause lost collision
date lost 23/06/1906  [dd/mm/yyyy]
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builder
Backhouse & Dixon, Middlesbrough
engine by
Brassey T. & Co., Birkenhead
last owner
[1]Cory Colliers Ltd. (Wm. Cory & Son), London
SS F. T. Barry (+1906)
period 1898 ~ 1906
IMO/Off. no.: 68362
prev. owners
[2]Logan D. & Son Ltd., London
SS F. T. Barry (+1906)
period 1897 ~ 1898
IMO/Off. no.: 68362
[3]Owen T. & Co. (Taliesin SS Co. Ltd.), London
SS F. T. Barry (+1906)
period 1890 ~ 1897
IMO/Off. no.: 68362
[4]Harris & Dixon - Century Shipping Co.- Brinkburn S.S. Co. - Cornhill S.S. Co. - Lunsford S.S. Co., London
SS F. T. Barry (+1906)
period 1872 ~ 1890
IMO/Off. no.: 68362
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entered 11/11/2010
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Allen Tony11/11/2010F. T. Barry SS was a British cargo steamer of 867grt. On the 23rd June 1906 she collided with the SS Tynesider and was beached on Gunfleet Sands. Declared a total loss. She was on passage from Boston for London with a cargo of coal.
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About Owners
 
Cory Colliers Ltd. (Wm. Cory & Son), London

Cory Colliers (William Cory & Son) Ltd. 52 Mark Lane, London. Originally in the coal trade, became tug operators. Later renamed to Cory Towage Ltd.
 
About Builders
 Backhouse & Dixon, Middlesbrough
BACKHOUSE, DIXON & Company MIDDLESBROUGH 1862 - 1873 Raylton Dixon had come down from Newcastle as manager of the former Rake, Kimber yard on the site of the present Transporter Bridge, after it had been bought by Richardson, Duck of Thornaby in 1859, producing several vessels sub-contracted from Thornaby. The yard was bought out by Dixon and his partner Backhouse in 1862, operating as Backhouse, Dixon until bought out entirely by Raylton Dixon in 1873

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