CORNELIA, schooner, of New London. Built at Chatham, Connecticut, 1841. 197 tons: 87' x 25' 7" x 10' 3". One deck, two masts, square stern, scroll head. Previously enrolled at Fairfield, Connecticut, January 21, 1854.

Enrolled, New London, no. 34, April 10, 1855.
Licensed, New London, no. 37, April 10, 1855, for coasting trade.

Registered, Charleston, South Carolina (temporary), December 18, 1855.

Enrolled, New London, no. 53, May 21, 1856.
Licensed, New London, no. 53, May 21, 1856, for coasting trade.

Registered, Wilmington, North Carolina (temporary), December 4, 1856.

Registered, Stonington, no. 2, July 24, 1857.
Home port Mystic.

Enrolled, New London, no. 43, August 23, 1862.
Licensed, New London, no. 62, August 23, 1862, for coasting trade.

Enrolled, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (temporary), August 28, 1863.

Registered, New London, no. 5, May 5, 1864.

Re-registered, New London, no. 5, April 17, 1866.
Home port Groton.

Re-admeasured 148.39 tons: 85' x 25.7' x 10': no head.

Enrolled, New London, no. 10, September 14, 1870.

Re-enrolled, New London, no. 10, September 23, 1873.

Re-enrolled, New London (temporary), no. 6, March 28, 1874.
Home port Boston.

OWNERS
Ashby, Benjamin, Jr.
Bailey, George N.
Baker, Lorenzo D.
Ball, Van R.
Batty (J. & W.)
Batty, William
Biber, Emerson
Burrows, Charles
Chapman, Andrew J.
Clark, Benjamin
Craig, Benjamin
Ellison, Benjamin
Hobron, Samuel
Miner, John W.
Morgan, Ebenezer
Morgan, Hubbard D.
Morgan, Robert A.
Palmer, John
Palmer, Roswell B.
Park, Gilbert, Jr.
Phillips, Eben B.
Potter, Benjamin
Potter, James
Potter, Josephus
Potter, Thomas
Skinner, James T.
Smith, Eliza
Smith & Co.
Starr, Norman
Stewart, Nathan F.
Sturges, R. C.
Wilbur, John P.
Wilbur, Lucy

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