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Built in 1880 at Plymouth. O/No 81043. Built by R. Hill & Sons. She was 55•1 long; 17•4 broad and 6•05 deep with a tonnage of 35•27.
She was a Tamar Barge, sloop rigged, carrying a topsail and built for Edwin George Willis, a limestone merchant and Edwin P. Temple Willis, shipbroker and managing owner. She was later engaged in the in the limestone trade within the bounds of the Port of Plymouth.
Registry was closed on 21st November 1924 on advice the owner that she had been broken up.
She was lying at the east end of Pomphlett Lake, Plymouth.
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