Cambrian queen

The Cambrian Queen was a 1336 ton Iron Barque which was built by J Oswald & Co , Southhampton in 1868.
She was brought by Capt Thomas Williams of Criccieth and Liverpool as part of the Cambrian Fleet in 1881.

In 1896 she was sold to Captain William Thomas , Amlwch for use in his fleet. The image above has been taken from an oil painting owned by Mr W O Jones, of Menai Bridge, Anglesey.  His Uncle, Richard H Thomas sailed in her to New South Wales where this painting was done by a local artist called Godfrey.

 Name Tonnes Type Year Where  O N When Sold Details

Cambrian Monarch

1306

I.S.

1876

Southampton

74552

1876

1895

Management taken over by Wm Thomas.

Cambrian Prince

1349

I.S.

1876

Southampton

76401

1876

1896

Management taken over by Wm Thomas

Cambrian Princess

1350

I.S.

1877

Southampton

76493

1877

1896

Management taken over by Wm Thomas

Cambrian Queen

1336

I.Bk

1868

Sunderland

 

1880

1896

Management taken over by Wm Thomas. Ex HOOGLY

Cambrian Duchess

1266

I.S.

1876

Sunderland

74560

1884

1890

Ex ARVONIA. Bought from Arvon Shipping Co. Dismasted and sunk April 1890

Cambrian Chieftain

1453

I.Bk

1885

Sunderland

91185

1885

1896

Taken over by Wm Thomas.

Cambrian King

1718

S.S.

1890

Port Glasgow

97823

1890

1895

Sold to Robert Owen and Co Liverpool. Missing 1901.

Cambrian Warrior

1432

I.Bk

1885

Sunderland

 

1890

1894

Management taken over by Wm Thomas. Ex MILTADES

Cambrian Hills

1760

S.S

1892

Port Glasgow

102060

1892

1897

Management taken over by William Thomas. Capsized off the Scillies 1905