Buckinghamshire:

53 ship citations (5 free) in 15 resources
Buckingh'mshire (ship; Capt. Harland; noted in directory of 1876) Subscribe to view
Buckingh'mshire (ship; Capt. Harland; noted in directory of 1877) Subscribe to view
Buckingh'mshire (ship; Capt. T. Massey; noted in directory of 1879) Subscribe to view
Buckingh'mshire (ship; Capt. T. Massey; noted in directory of 1880) Subscribe to view
Buckingh'mshire (ship; Capt. W. Massey; noted in directory of 1882) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (East Indiaman; sold 1830's)
Book Merchant Sail
Author William Armstrong Fairburn
Published Fairburn Marine Educational Foundation, Inc., Center Lovell, Maine,
Page IV: 2526
Buckinghamshire
Book Merchant Sailing Ships, 1815-1850: Supremacy of Sail
Author David R. MacGregor
Published Conway Maritime, London,
ISBN 0870219413, 9780870219412
Page 161
Buckinghamshire Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (1806)
Book Merchant Sailing Ships, 1775-1815: Sovereignty of Sail
Author David R. MacGregor
Published Conway Maritime, London,
ISBN 0870214187, 9780870214189
Page 186
Buckinghamshire (1819) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (British; Cargo, Iron, Sailing Vessel 3-masted Ship, built 1868; ON: 60824) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (HCS Ships) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (Honorable Company ship) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (London, 1868, Sail; ON: 60824) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (of London, Robert Harland , Master, 1466 tons, from the port of London to Sydney, New South Wales, 11th Apr. 1876) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (of London, Thomas Pain, Master, 1465 tons, from the port of Melbourne to Sydney, New South Wales, 15th May, 1873) Subscribe to view
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Published OCLC, Dublin, Ohio
Buckinghamshire (ship, 1468 old measurement, 170'6"x 43'10", Bombay DY 1816 [Master Builder: Jamsetjee Bomanjee]) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Harland; noted in directory of 1875) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Harland; noted in directory of 1876) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Harland; noted in directory of 1877) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Harland; noted in directory of 1878) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Harland; noted in directory of 1879) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Pain; noted in directory of 1869) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Pain; noted in directory of 1871) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. Pain; noted in directory of 1872) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. T. Pain; noted in directory of 1871) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. T. Pain; noted in directory of 1872) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. T. Pain; noted in directory of 1873) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. T. Pain; noted in directory of 1874) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. T. Pain; noted in directory of 1875) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. W. Massey; noted in directory of 1881) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. W. Massey; noted in directory of 1883) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire (ship; Capt. W. Massey; noted in directory of 1884) Subscribe to view
Buckinghamshire, Brit. E. Indiaman
Book The Clipper Ship Era: An Epitome of Famous American and British Clipper Ships, Their Owners, Builders, and Crews, 1843-1869
Author Arthur H. Clark
Published G.P. Putnam's Sons; The Knickerbocker Press, New York,
Pages 32, 34