PLUTARCH, schooner, of Groton. Built at Dorchester County, Maryland, 1826. 80 86/95 tons: 68' 2" x 20' 4", x 6' 9". One deck, two masts, square stern, billet head. Previously enrolled at Baltimore, Maryland, May 21, 1833.

Registered, New London, no. 19, August 12, 1833.
Home port, Groton.

Re-registered, New London, no. 37, October 3, 1837.

Re- registered, New London, no. 21, July 11, 1838.
Home port, Mystic.

Enrolled, New London, no. 75, September 21, 1839.
Home port, Groton.

Re-enrolled, New London, no. 39, June 26, 1841.
Home port, Stonington.

Licensed, New London, no. 41, June 26, 1841, for coasting trade.

Registered, New London, no, 54, October 23, 1841.

Enrolled, New London, no. 41, June 13, 1842.

Licensed, New London, no. 41, June 13, 1842, for coasting trade.

Enrolled, Stonington, no. 17, April 25, 1842.

Licensed, Stonington, no. 6, April 25, 1842.

OWNERS
Adams, Ebenezer T.
Ashby, Ransford
Ashby, Simeon W.
Blydenburgh, Richard
Burrows, Benjamin
Clift, William
Cottrell, Joseph
Eldredge, Elam
Eldredge, Nathan
Faxon, Elisha
Fish, Asa
Fish, Nathan G.
Fish, Simeon
Grant, Ambrose
Holmes, Charles K.
Holmes, Jeremiah
Lewis, Samuel A.
Mills, James M.
Hills, Thomas H.
Miner, Isaac D.
Miner, Isaac D., III
Miner, John
Miner, Thomas
Miner, Thomas, III
Noyes, Jesse D.
Palmer, Banjamin F.
Pendleton, Harris, Jr.
Randall, Charles
Randall, Isaac
Randall, Jedediah
Randall, William P.
Stoddard, Benjamin F.
Todd, William W.
Wilcox, Phineas

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