CORIOLANUS, ship, of Mystic. Built at Portland, Maine, 1827. 268 64/95 tons: 93′ 9 1/2″ x 25′ 6″ x 12′ 9″. Two decks, three masts, square stern, figurehead. Previously registered at Boston, Massachusetts, February 13, 1844.

Registered, Stonington, no. 23, October 9, 1844.
Home port, Mystic.

Re-registered, Stonington, no. 6, September 4, 1847.

Re-registered, Stonington, no. 3, September 29, 1849.

Re-registered, Stonington, no. 9, October 28, 1856.
Surrendered abroad, December 4, 1861; vessel condemned and sold.

Appleman, Gustavus A.
Appleman, John
Ashby, George W.
Brown, Elias
Collins, Benjamin F.
Cook, Jeremiah B.
Crary, Jesse
Faxon, Elisha
Greenman, George
Grinnell, Charles
Holmes, Joseph W.
Langwortby, Henry D.
Mallory, Charles
Mallory, David D.
Mallory, George W.
Miner, Thomas E.
Noyes, George W., III
Potter, Joseph
Potter, Thomas W.
Scoonover (Schonover?), John S.
Smith, Leonard C.
Stoddard, Benjamin F.
Strong, Henry
Willetts, Amos
Willetts, Samuel
Williams, David R.

Edited for computer by Library Volunteer Thomas L. Zane, March, 2000.