Database

Bull's Island, N of

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What:
Large ship run aground and bilged by unk. British ship, 3 Jan 1780 (JCP)

Where: 32.937708 -79.56391 Bull's Island, N of

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Sources:

  • E. Lee Spence, Shipwrecks of South Carolina and Georgia, "Spence's List 1520-1865", Sea Research Society, Sullivan's Island, SC, 1984, p.251,
    The "Charlestown Gazette" of January 11, 1780, reported a large ship bound from Havana and loaded with rum, sugar, etc., as run ashore and bilged to the "Northward of Bull's Island," South Carolina. The sugar was lost, but most of the rum was saved through the assistance of the Continental ship Ranger and the tender Eagle.

  • NBBAS:Two Not found.

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  • RevWar75 RevWar75   Not found.

Related locations:
Bull's Inlet (Schooner Charlotte),   Bull's Island (4 ships)   Bull's Isl, off (Schooner Eliza),   South Santee, Reef off (Ship Live Oak),  

Santee, reef off (Schooner on Reef off Santee),  

Confidence level:: 3