down p#6 8 (Miramar, link, you now must be registered to access). I am not sure at what periods in time such names were in actual use. 1 life lost - John Evans, a carpenter. Runciman., the owners managers). Coast of South America. 2 indicates that at the time of her sinking, in 1917, the vessel was owned by Hansen Brothers Limited, of Cardiff. Thompson served as her then manager. The wreck is covered on site here. In 1911 (or 1912 the vessel was sold to Crowell Thurlew Steamship., of Boston, Mass., for.S. Ansoleaga of Manila, the Philippines, used on Manila to Liverpool London trade routes. Shipbuilding was in the Fraser family's blood - a common Sunderland story perhaps. It would seem that 'Coverley' were related to 'J. It would seem that the vessel was chartered to New Zealand Shipping Company but was not under charter to them chillout massage svenskporr se at the time of the 1881 wreck.