UXOR, brig, of Stonington. Built at Cartaret County, North Carolina, 1827. 104 57/95 tons: 68' 3" x 21' 9" x 8' 9". One deck, two masts, square stern, figurehead. Previously registered at New York, New York, November 28, 1827.

Registered, New London, no, 39, October 26, 1829.
Home port, Stonington.

Registered, New York, New York, no. 277, August 1. 1831.

Enrolled, New London, no. 61, November 4, 1831.

Licensed, New London, no. 68, November 4, 1831 for coasting trade.
Length reduced to 67' 3", breadth to 21' 5 1/2", depth to 7' 10" and tonnage to 96 19/95.

Registered, New Orleans, Louisiana, no. 9, February 2, 1832.

Registered, New London, no. 28, September 5, 1832.

Re-registered, New London, no. 38, November 11, 1833.
Figurehead removed.

Re-registered New London, no. 2, March 27, 1835.

Re-registered, New London, no. 34, September 13, 1836.

Re-registered, New London, no. 6, May 14, 1838.
Home port, Mystic,

Enrolled, New London, no. 47, July 10, 1839.

Registered, New London, no. 20, July 20, 1840.

Re-registered, New London, no. 23, July 12, 1841.

OWNERS
Barnum, John S.
Beck, William
Beebe, Silas
Berryman, Edwin U.
Bleecker, James W.
Carew, Daniel
Chesebrough, Charles G.
Cutler, Benjamin S.
Davison, Thomas
Denison, Samuel T.
Mallory, Charles
Meacham, George L.
Palmer, Alexander S.
Palmer, George E.
Palmer, Zebediah D.
Patrick, Richard
Pendleton, Benjamin
Pendleton, Francis
Phelps, Charles H.
Stanton, Charles T.
Stanton, Stiles
Trumbull, John F.
Waldron, Jonathan C.
Wallis, Joseph
Williams, Charles P.
Williams, William

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