Fletcher, Son & Fearnall

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    Mark L

      Researching various ships built at Limehouse, London by Joseph Fletcher Fletcher, Son and Fearnall shipwrights.

      Trying to locate any sail ship construction plans 1820-1870.

      Having tried all the major National Maritime collections (and Kew) are there any other smaller depositories the records of such a shipbuilding company might have ended up (company wound up finally c1925).

      Might any members have come across any plans for ships built for the above or know if they survived?

      Frank Higham

        I am a member of the friends of LV50, a Trinity House wooden lightship that was built by Fletcher Son and Fearnall at Limehouse dock in 1879 to a design by Bernard Waymouth a Lloyds naval architect.
        We have the original drawings and quite a lot of info – see http://www.friendsoflv50.org.uk
        It would be great to get in touch to expand both our information. My email is fhaccord@aol.com
        Frank Higham

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        Lyndon P

          It appears LV14 was also built by them too, Would you have any lists of ships built by them Mark?

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