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The schooner H.N. Todman (1867)


Port of Picton Registry, Number 3 of 1867

Name: H.N. TODMANType: Schooner
Official Number: Tons: 135
Where Built: Village of WellingtonPort of Registry / Hail: Picton
Build Year: 1867Value:
Builder’s Name & Date of Certification: David Tait, June 1867
Master’s Name: John PinkSubscribing Owners: H.N. Todman & Wm. Clemonson
Length: 92 FeetBreadth: 92 Feet
Depth of Hold: 9 Feet & 6 inchesMasts: 2
Stern: SquareBowsprit: Standing
How Built: CarvelHow Rigged: Scooner
Figure-head: NoneDecks: One





See also the entry for the schooner H.N. Todman in our ships Database.

  1. Sold to Campbell & Ross, dated December 31, 1867, who sold to Thomas Zealand of Hamilton, dated May 11, 1870, who sold to James Clark and Donald McLeod, both of Goderich.

Newspaper transcriptions

  1. More to follow...
  2. Many references to the schooner Picton appear in C.H.J Snider's work:
    "Schooner Days" TCCLXVII (267); From Grocery Scow To Great Eastern: More Ships That Jack Built - Jack Tait Of Prince Edward, 21 Nov 1936.
    "Schooner Days" TCCLXVIII (268); Tait's Types: Round Sterned Delaware, Gun-Barrel Picton, and her Hickory Jibboom, 28 Nov 1936.

References and source notes

(5) C.H.J. Snider Schooner Days index, Naval Marine Archive.

Picton built ships

The research and preparation of these data sheets was carried out by K.C. We extend our thanks to him.

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