Information needed on Borhnholm ship
I noticed your blog on the Bornholm ship.
Do you have a picture of the Bornholm ship of Kennebunk? It was in service in 1843 traveling from Rotterdam to New Orleans and New York. My Great Great Grandfather came over on this ship and I would like a emailed scanned image if possible.
It may be in the book CAPTAIN NATHANIEL LORD THOMPSON OF KENNEBUNK MAINE AND THE
Bornholm, of Kennebunk, Me. Registered at Boston October 18, 1845-temporary.
Built at Kennebunk, Me. in 1841. 398. 83/95 tons; length 123 8 1/2ft., breadth 26 6/12ft., depth 13 3/12 ft.
Master: James Nason Jr.
Owners: William Lord Jr., Daniel Nason Jrl, James Nason Jr., Noah Nason, Kennebunk; Daniel Dason, Kennebunkport, Me.
Two decks, three masts, square stern, no galleries, a billethead.
Previously registered #2 at Kennebunk, Oct 19, 1841. Now cancelled, property changed in part. Vol 45- pp 275.
BORNHOLM sailed from Liverpool to New Orleans arrived on Apr 27, 1843
Captain: Daniel Nason, JN.
The Bornholm also Sailed to New Orleans and arrived in October 1843 with four passengers disembarking one of which was Heinrich Goebel my relative.
I have in the past searched for details of that voyage, and a photo, all without success.