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Category:Milton Stuart (ship, 1892)

English: Milton Stuart” was a four-masted steel barque built in 1892 by Swan & Hunter, Newcastle for M. Stuart, Liverpool. She was put on the India trade. 1898 sold to G.J.H. Siemers, Hamburg and renamed 1899 Thekla. 1911 July 9 (or August 27?) she was wrecked at the Le Marie Straits. 1911 September 7 the Argentiner steamer Primo de Mayo which had been sent from Buenos Aires to the place of the wreck after a telegram had been sent by Isebek from Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, picked up the last twelve survivors.
Her dimensions were 372.2 × 46.6 × 25.8 ft (113.4 × 14.2 × 7.8 m) and she had a tonnage 3178 GRT and 3155 NRT.[1].

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