ELEANOR, ship, of Mystic. Built at Medford, Massachusetts, 1824. 301 69/95 tons: 104' 7" x 25' 4", x 12' 8". Two decks, three masts, square sterns, figurehead. Previously enrolled at Key West, Florida, March 4, 1845.

Registered, Stonington. no. l2, August 4, 1845.
Home port Mystic.

Re-registered, Stonington, no. 11, September 11, 1849.

Surrendered at San Francisco, November 11, 1850.

OWNERS
Ashby, George W.
Ashby, Samuel B.
Ashby, Simeon W.
Avery, William P.
Babcock, Daniel
Braman, Oliver T.
Brown, Pardon T.
Burrows, Charles
Collins, Benjamin F.
Comstock, John
Cottrell, Joseph
Dudley, Lyman
Eates, Isaac
Fish, James D.
Holt, Robert
Hoxie, Benjamin F.
Hoxie, Melvina A.
King, Grover G.
Latham, Janes
Lewis, Joseph H.
Macy, (Josiah) & Sons
Miners, Isaac D.
Moore, George
Pendleton, Gilbert
Pendleton, William
Pool, Charles D.
Rathbun, Griswold T.
Van Allen, James I.
Walker, Francis C.
Wilbur, Jeremiah
Williams, Charles P.
Woolf, (Wolfe?) John A.
Woolf, (Wolfe?) Charles
York, Stiles

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