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Category:Marion Frazer (ship, 1892)

English: Marion Frazer was a four-masted steel barque built in 1892 by C. Connell & Co., Glasgow for (the Marion Line) Rogers & Co., Glasgow. Dimensions: 89,91×13,10×7,33 meters [295'0"×43'0"×24'1"] and tonnage: 2396 GRT and 2264 NRT. Rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails. Damaged by fire loading nitrate at Iquique on 10 October 1910, bought by Weir on 15 February 1911 for conversion to a hulk. Converted to a steamer in 1920. Wrecked in a gale 4 June 1928 at Valparaiso while being used for storage.



Messrs Rogers & Co, 204 Bath Street, Glasgow. Josiah Roger, was her owner, his vessels were named after his wife , Marion and it was she who gave the title `Marion Line', to the company. The other vessels of the line were the 'Marion Ballantyne', 'Marion Crosbie', 'Marion Inglis', the 'Marion Josiah' and the 'Marion Lightbody'.


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