Ships built by John McKay



     1842 Courier, trading ship, 380 tons. 

     1843 St. George, packet ship, 845 tons. 

     1844 John R. Skiddy, packet ship, 930 tons. 

     1844 Joshua Bates, packet ship, 620 tons. 

     1845 September 15 Washington Irving, packet ship, 751 tons. 

     1846 September 5 Anglo Saxon, packet ship, 894 tons. 

     1846 September 9 New World, packet ship, 1404 tons. 

     1847 July Ocean Monarch, packet ship, 1301 tons. 

     1847 October A.Z., packet ship, 700 tons. 

     1848 Februari Anglo American, packet ship, 704 tons. 

     1848 May Jenny Lind, packet ship, 533 tons. 

     1848 December L.Z., packet ship, 897 tons. 

     1849 February 13 Plymouth Rock, packet ship, 960 tons. 

     1849 May Helicon, barque, 400 tons. 

     1849 June Reindeer, ship, 800 tons. 

     1849 December Parliament, packet ship, 998 tons. 

     1850 March Moses Wheeler, trading ship, 900 tons. 

     1850 June Sultana, barque, 400 tons. 

     1850 June Cornelius Grinell, packet ship, 1118 tons. 

     1850 September Antarctic, packet ship, 1116 tons. 

     1850 October Daniel Webster, packet ship, 1187 tons. 

     1850 December 7 Stag Hound, extreme clipper, 1534 tons. 

     1851 April 15 Flying Cloud, extreme clipper, 1782 tons. 

     1851 June 17 Staffordshire, extreme clipper, 1817 tons. 

     1851 September North America, extreme clipper, 1464 tons. 

     1851 September Flying Fish, extreme clipper, 1505 tons. 

     1852 July Sovereign of the Seas, extreme clipper, 2421 tons. 

     1852 September 14 Westward Ho!, extreme clipper, 1650 tons. 

     1852 November 25 Bald Eagle, extreme clipper, 1704 tons. 

     1853 January 14 Empress of the Seas, extreme clipper, 2200 tons. 

     1853 April Star of Empire, extreme clipper, 2050 tons. 

     1853 May Chariot of Fame, extreme clipper, 2050 tons. 

     1853 September 4 Great Republic, four-masted clipper barque,

     4555/3357 tons. 

     1853 November 15 Romance of the Sea, extreme clipper, 1782 tons. 

     1854 January 3 Lightning, clipper, 2083 tons. 

     1854 April 18 Champion of the Seas, clipper, 2447 tons. 

     1854 July 25 James Baines, clipper, 2525 tons. 

     1854 Blanche Moore, extreme clipper, 1787 tons. 

     1854 September 5 Santa Claus, medium clipper, 1256 tons. 

     1854 Benin, schooner, 692 tons. 

     1854 Commodore Perry, medium clipper, 1964 tons. 

     1854 Japan, medium clipper, 1964 tons. 

     1855 January Donald McKay, clipper, 2594 tons. 

     1855 Zephyr, medium clipper, 1184 tons. 

     1855 July 28 Defender, medium clipper, 1413 tons. 

     1856 Henry Hill, clipper barque, 568 tons. 

     1856 February Mastiff, medium clipper, 1030 tons. 

     1856 March 22 Minnehaha, medium clipper, 1695 tons. 

     1856 Amos Lawrence, medium clipper, 1396 tons. 

     1856 Abbott Lawrence, medium clipper, 1497 tons. 

     1856 October Baltic, medium clipper, 1372 tons. 

     1856 October Adriatic, medium clipper, 1327 tons. 

     1858-1859 Alhambra, medium clipper, 1097 tons. 

     1858 R.R. Higgins, schooner. 

     1859 Benj. S. Wright, 107 tons. 

     1860 Mary B. Dyer, schooner. 

     1860 H. & R. Atwood, schooner. 

     1861-1862 General Putnam, ship. 

     1864-1865 Trefoil, wooden screw propeller ship, 370 tons. 

     1864-1865 Yucca, wooden screw propeller ship, 373 tons. 

     1864-1865 Nausett, Iron clad monitor. 

     1864-1865 Ashuelot, iron side-wheel double ended ship, 1030 tons. 

     1866 June 25 Geo. B. Upton, wooden screw propeller ship, 604 tons. 

     1866 July 4 Theodore D. Wagner, wooden screw propeller ship, 607

     tons. 

     1867 North Star, brig, 410 tons. 

     1867 North Star, brig, 410 tons. 

     1867-1868 Helen Morris, medium clipper, 1285 tons. 

     1868 Sovereign of the Seas, full modelled ship, 1502 tons. 

     1869 November Glory of the Seas, medium clipper, 2102 tons. 

     1869 Frank Atwood, schooner, 107 tons. 

     1874-1875 Adams, sloop of war, 615 tons. 

     1874-1875 Essex, sloop of war. 

     1875 America, schooner yacht. 

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