Brigantine "Glynn", Lelant, 1885

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Identifier

CTR_1_4

Description

Brigantine "Glynn" When the Glynn ran aground in 1885 at Lelant, her crew were rescued by Hayle's lifeboat, the Isis. Glynn's master at the time was Captain Hain of St Ives, although her owners registered the brigantine in Wales. The lifeboat Isis had been gifted by Oxford University Lifeboat Fund nearly 20 years before.

Date

11th September 1885

Rights

Cornwall Council

Coverage

Hayle

Type

Still Image


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Collection

Clive Carter Collection




Citation
“Brigantine "Glynn", Lelant, 1885,” cornishmemory.com, accessed October 20, 2021, https://cornishmemory.com/item/CTR_1_4.
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