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Poster advertising voyage of 'Jane Mackenzie'
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Poster advertising voyage of 'Jane Mackenzie'

Photocopy of a poster advertising a voyage of the smack 'Jane Mackenzie', Thomas Congalton Master, berthed at Leith and accepting cargo for transportation to Burghead, Invergorder, Cromarty and Inverness. Footnotes indicate the locations served by the ports to be visited. Advertisement is dated 17 Dec 1838 (See receipt for cargo 2006_023)
Picture added on 07 July 2008
Comments:
Does anyone know who owned the Jane mackenzie and who she was named after.
Added by Lisa McMurray on 21 August 2010
Built in Leith in 1820. Registered at Inverness in 1826. Bought by Jonathan Wells, Ironfounder in Inverness who then sold shares in the ship to others. Jonathan Wells' shares were sold in 1836 half to his son John and half to the ships master Thomas Congalton.

Many thanks for the additional information - Administrator
Added by Jenny Alexander on 27 May 2011
I wonder who Jane Mackenzie was.
Anonymous comment added on 01 June 2011
Thomas Congalton is my great great great grandfather. If anyone has further information on him, I would be very grateful.
Added by Helen Smith on 13 August 2011
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