On 31st October 1786 James Stein became the registered owner of the Juno of Kincardine. This ship was built in Kincardine by John Marshall in 1785.

She was a Square Sterned Carval Sloop and she had one deck and one mast, she was 49ft 8 in long and 20ft 6in wide. The depth of her hold was 10ft 8in and she was 94 tons.

Registered at London 3rd April 1798

 

Alloa Customs Records, Collectors Quarterly Accounts
Kincardine Shipping Details, Entries relating to the Juno of Kincardine

Entries Inwards in the lady Day Quarter 1787

No. 20, 12 Mar. In the Elizabeth of Kincardine, Thomas Jameson Master from Gottenburgh, Alexander Bald for Jamieson, Steins and Philp

Post from No. 11 Christmas Quarter 1786.
3Tons, 2 Hundred weight,  3 Quarters & 19 pounds Unwrought Iron,
          8-16-6 ½ 
 
 

 

Transcription of Shipping Record 

  

No. Forty six E.

 

In pursuance of an Act, passed in the Twenty-sixth Year of the Reign of King

GEORGE the Third, Intitled, An Act for the Encouragement for the further Increase of

Shipping and Navigation, James Stein of Kilbagie, Parish and County

of Clackmannan

having taken and subscribed the Oath required by the Act, and having sworn that

 

He himself is

 

sole Owner of the Ship or Vessel called The Juno of

Kincardine whereof James Thomson

is at present Master, and that the said Ship or Vessel was built at Kincardine

by John Marshall in the year one Thousand seven hundred

and eighty five

And Mr John Watson Landwaiter

having certified to Us, that the said Ship or Vessel The Juno has One Deck,

and One Mast: that her Length, from the Fore-part of the Main Stem to the

After-part of the Stern Post aloft, is Fifty nine feet eight Inches

Her Breadth at the broadest Part, whether above or below the Main Wales, Seventy

feet six Inches her Depth of Hold Ten feet eight Inches

and measures Ninety foure Tons; that she

is a Square Sterned Carval Sloop has No Gallery, and No

Head; and the said subscribing Owners having consented and agreed to the above

Description and Measurement, and having caused sufficient Security to be given, as

is required by the said Act, the said Sloop Juno has been

duly registered at the Port of Alloa.

 

Given under Our Hands and Seals of Office, at the Custom-house in the said port

of Alloa this Thirty first Day of October

in the Year One thousand seven hundred and eighty six.

 

                             Robert Seton for Collector.

                            G McGlashen for Controller.

 

                          Certificate of British Plantation Registry

 

 

Original Shipping Register

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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