Ship Wrecked off Skegness 1811

During a severe gale, a few nights ago, the Peace and Plenty, Jackson, a Humber keel, was wrecked on the Lincolnshire shore, off Skegness.

Her crew (two or three hands) perished.

The boat belonging to her has since been picked up.

Source: Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Thursday, January 3, 1811

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