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Henry Teall

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of Ringsend, Dublin

Son of Henry Teall (Senior)

1841 Started building ships at Brunswick Dockyard (Dublin).

1841 Marriage announcement: 'Jan. 22, at Ford, Northumberland, Mr. H. Teall, of Dublin, son of Mr. Henry Teall, ship builder, of Leeds, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Fluker, of Berwick-on-Tweed.'[1]

1846 Birth of son, Alfred Edward, 11th January [2]

1852: Hunt’s Universal Yacht List for 1852 includes 'Henry Teall, Ship Builder, Brunswick Dock Yard, Dublin. Established 1841.' The list includes seven yachts built by Teall, named Brilliant, Rover, Marina, Fairy Queen, Belle, Circe, Trio, from 8 to 60 tons. 'Marina' is described as being 'of novel construction, the bow being extended sufficiently to set the jib without the bowsprit, giving a much finer entrance as well as allowing more beam.'

1853 'Mr. Henry Teall, the eminent ship builder, has been appointed by the Board of Trade shipwright surveyor of steam vessels on the coast of Ireland from Dundalk to Wexford.'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leeds Intelligencer, 6th February 1841
  2. [1]Irish Genealogy website
  3. Freeman's Journal, 19th March 1853