3 masted iron barque, built for Hughes of Liverpool by Thomas Royden & Sons,
Liverpool in 1876, she grossed 1,274 tons.
operated her until 1895 and then sold her to H.R. Davies of Treborth, Bangor,
- Bound San Francisco
for Queenstown with a cargo of wheat.
struck Thige Mor Rock at Yokane Point near Lough Inne, just east of the Coastguard
Station at Barlogue.
commander Captain Williams and 20 crew were able to row ashore at Tralagogh.
Second Mate was John Peter Lewis. He ended his career as old man in the Empress
boats of Canadian Pacific.