Fletcher, Son & Fearnall

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    Mark L
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      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?

      #19217
      Frank Higham
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        Hi
        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
        Regards
        Frank Higham

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        #19419
        Lyndon P
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          It appears LV14 was also built by them too, Would you have any lists of ships built by them Mark?

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