1870, would seem to have been Lloyd's Register ('LR') listed from 1869/70 thru 1888/89. In 1873/74, Banner Bros., also of London, became her owner for service in 1873/74 from London to Lagos, Nigeria (LR ceased providing service data after that date). In 1876/77, per LR, the vessel became a brigantine of 187 tons.
Banner of London as her then owner or managing owner, while the equivalent list of 1880 lists John Banner.
1870, would seem to have been Lloyd's Register ('LR') listed from 1869/70 thru 1887/88.
Kathy Doering, in a guestbook message advises us (thanks! The vessel's sole voyage to Australia, it would seem. I initially thought that the vessel was never mentioned in LR, but that is clearly not true. Y So far as I can see, the vessel was never listed in Lloyd's Register.
Italy) for service from Sunderland to the Mediterranean.
Galotola, of Procida (Flegrean Islands off the coast of Naples, S. It was initially owned, thru 1873/74, by Hill & Co. Per LR, Banner owned the vessel thru 1879/80 with W.
Bill Swift has extensively researched the vessel & in the pdf that he has kindly provided notes that the vessel carried bones & bone ash on a couple at least of its voyages, 113.8 ft. LR of 1872/73 notes that the vessel had been 'wrecked'. 2, 1872, per line 2656 here, the 265 ton brig, under the command of captain David Jones, stranded at Ciganos Bank (a large bank located near Paranagu, Brazil, (Paranagu is located N. By 1887/88, per Lloyd's Register ('LR'), the vessel, renamed Justine Helene, was owned by C.
The vessel is Lloyd's Register ('LR') listed only in 1871/72 & 1872/73. It is clear, however, that the vessel was truly named Anglesea Lass. 30, 1871, initially, perhaps, registered at Sunderland but in 1871 registered at Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey, North Wales, & owned by William Thomas of Amlwch, for service from Sunderland to South America.