50
TABLE 2. KNOWN SAILING VESSELS BUILT IN BATH
NAME OF
VESSEL
TYPE OWNER Built by Location DEED BK YEAR
1 unknown 46 sloop
28 Beam
8’ Hold
The Hon
Thomas
Cary Esq.
Shipwright
Harding
Town Plan Lot-
Harding Landing
& Plantation
Landing Back
(Adams) Crk
328 1709/1710
8 Jan 1710
Unk Gov. Eden Brick house Crk
2 unk Pirogue
(oars or masted)
Edward
Teach
E. Harding.
E. Salter
Landings along
Town of Bath
creek frontage,
Plantation Row,
Plum Point
3 unk Shallop Thomas
Morris
17.5 by the keel 176 1707
4 The Brigantine Edward 827 Will probate
SPEEDWELL Sloop
& Furs
from Little
River, Port
Roanoke
to Philadelphia
MD
From Salem
New England
to NC, aground
at the bar
Roanoke inlet,
see description
Raymond
Oct 20 1703 Date of
Cert. of Clearing Port
Roanoke Archives
Raleigh
Master William Mackey,
Petter Power, Merchant
on Board of grounding
& unloading cargo
skins, 44Fox&Cat ,
Muskrat,5 mink,
18raccoon,
35beaver, fawns
6 bearskins
3 bolts Oznaburg,
half barrl of Powder
7 iron pots, silk
handkerghief,
thread, Mohear.
12000 pinns, barrels
run, callicoe,
tinware
2013
p.89
Council
papers
1724-1725
p. 538
Jan 8 1725
THOMAS
AND JOHN
Sloop Master Thomas and
John Thomas Williams,
mariner of Philadelphia
511
TRYALL Sloop Worsley, Bath
Merchant,
estate admin
1712
11 pound bond by James
Beard for goods
Bath NC
Bound for
Boston
444 1712
UNION OF
WHITE
HAVEN
Ship Capt. John
Younger,
Commander
Servants put in a long
boat
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