AERONAUT, ship, of New London. Built at Amesbury, Massachusetts, 1822. 265 36/95 tons: 94′ 3″ x 25′ 3″ x 12′ 5 1/2″. Two decks, three masts, square stern, billet head. Previously registered at Boston and Charlestown, Massachusetts, January 30, 1827.
Registered, New London, no. 8, June 15, 1830.
Re-registered, New London, no. 9, June 18, 1830. Home port changed to Groton.
Re-registered, New London, no. 8, May 23, 1831.
Re-registered, New London, no. 10, May 23, 1832.
Re-registered, New London, no. 11, June 12, 1838.
Registered, Stonington, no. 15, September 2, 1843. Home port changed to Mystic.
Re-registered, Stonington, no. 20, October 11, 1845.
Re-registered, Stonington, no. 6, June 21, 1849. Re-registered, Stonington, no. 6, July 29, 1852.
Re-registered, Stonington, no. 5, July 25, 1853.
Re-registered, Stonington, no. 4, May 12, 1855.
|Amesbury, Charles H.
Avery, Joseph S.
Chester, Eldridge P.
Collins, Benjamin F.
Fish, Nathan G.
Holmes, Benjamin F.
Mallory, Charles H.
Mallory, David D.
Mallory, George W.
Mason, Joseph D.
|Miners, Isaac D.
Noyes, Charles P.
Noyes, Jesse D.
Palmer, Benjamin F.
Palmer, Nathaniel B.
Randall, William P.
Stoddard, Benjamin F.
Todd, William W.
Waldron, George B.
Waldron, Jonathan C., Heirs of
West, William A.
Wheeler, Jonathan, Jr.
Whiting, Nathan P.
Williams, Charles P.
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