TAMPICO, brig, of New London. Built at Groton, Connecticut, 1824. 124 66/95 tons: 72' 3" x 20' 9 1/2" x 9' 6". One deck, two masts, square stern, billet head. Built by Christopher Leeds.

Enrolled, New London, no. 57, October 8, 1824.

Licensed, New London, no. 53, October 8, 1824, for coasting trade.

Registered, New London, no. 8, August 22, 1827.

Re-registered, New London, no. 7, June 20, 1829.

Re-registered, New London, no. 48, December 6, 1831.

Enrolled, New London, no. 93, December 10, 1833.
Home port, Groton.
Breadth reduced to 20' 7", depth to 7' 7" and tonnage to 99 13/95.

Registered, New London, no. 22, July 25, 1834.

Re-registered, New London, no. 22, August 8, 1836.

Re-registered, New London, no. 13, June 19, 1838.
Home port, Stonington.

Enrolled, New London, no. 38, June 22, 1839.
Home port, Mystic,

Registered, New London, no. 13, June 22, 1840.

OWNERS
Beebe, Silas
Brown, Benjamin
Cottrell, Joseph
Crary, Jesse
Denison, John
Dudley, Lyman
Fish, Asa
Fish, Nathan G.
Fish, Simeon
Fitch, Daniel
Gallup, Erastus
Gallup, Simeon
Holmes, Charles K.
Latham, Daniel
Lathrop, John
Mallory, Charles
Mason, Nehemiah
Mills, Thomas H.
Noyes, William
Packer, Mason R.
Park, James
Pendleton, Christopher
Pendleton, Christopher, Jr.
Randall, Isaac
Randall, Jedediah
Randall, William P.
Rathbun, Elisha
Stoddard, Benjamin F.
Trumbull, John F.
Williams, Charles P.

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