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Permanent Enrollment No. 5, 8 April 1884

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After C. T. Hardin purchased the BERTIE from Wilbur Askew, Hardin enrolled the steamer at Edenton's Customs House.

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Certificate No.


5


Official Number.


Numerals. Letters.


2847 ---


THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


[ship engraving]


Catalogue No. 538.


Permanent


CERTIFICATE OF ENROLLMENT.


ENROLLMENT in conformity to Title L, "Regulation of Vessels in Domestic Commerce," of the Revised Statutes of the United States.


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C. T. Hardin of Windsor North Carolina Managing owner having taken and subscribed the oath required by law, and having sworn that he is a citizen of the United States, and sole owner of the ship or vessel called the Bertie, of Edenton NC, whereof W. T. Webb is at present Master, and is a citizen of the United States, and that the said ship or vessel was built at Windsor N. C. in the year 1872 as appears by Permanent Enrollment No 2 issued at Edenton N. C. March 26th 1883. Now surrendered on change of Property in part And said Enrollment having certified that the said ship or vessel has two decks and no mast, and that her length is sixty eight 68 4/10 feet, her breadth, Fourteen 14 2/10 feet, her depth, Four 4 6/10 feet, her height, ---- /10 feet, that she measures 57. 98/100 tons gross and 35 and 47/100ths tons net


TONS 100THS

Capacity under tonnage deck 23 48

Capacity between decks above tonnage deck -- --

Capacity of inclosures on the upper deck, viz: 34 50

Gross Tonnage 57 98

Deductions under Section 4153, Revised Statutes, as amended by Act of August 5, 1882 22 51

Net Tonnage 35 47


That the following described spaces, and no others, have been ommitted, viz: ---- and that she is a Steamer, has a sharp head and a round stern, the said C. T. hardin having agreed to description and measurement above find and sufficient security having been given, according to the said Title, the said SHIP or VESSEL has been duly ENROLLED at the port of Edenton N. C.


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Given under my hand and seal, at the Port of Edenton in the District of Albemarle, this 8th day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four.


C. E. Robinson


Naval Officer. Collector of Customs.


person, with his occupation an place of abode, by whom the oath or affirmation is to be made.


insert the words "together with," and the name or names, occupation or occupations, place or places of abode of the owner or owners, and the part or proportion of vessel belonging to each owner.


document


kind of vessel, whether ship, brigantine, scow, schooner, sloop, or whatever else.


Enrollment insert the following: "the said ---- having agreed to the description and measurement above specified, and."


(Ed. 5-5-'83 - 15,000) ELECTRO'S


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INDORSEMENTS [ENDORSEMENTS] OF CHANGE OF MASTER.


District of Albemarle, Port of Edenton, 18-- W F Askew having taken the oath required by law, is at present master of the within-named vessel, in lieu of Ebin Owen, late master. C. E. Robinson of Customs.


District of ----, Port of ----, 18-- ---- having taken the oath required by law, is at present master of the within-named vessel, in lieu of ----, late master. ----- of Customs.


District of ----, Port of ----, 18-- ---- having taken the oath required by law, is at present master of the within-named vessel, in lieu of ----, late master. ----- of Customs.


District of ----, Port of ----, 18-- ---- having taken the oath required by law, is at present master of the within-named vessel, in lieu of ----, late master. ----- of Customs.


District of ----, Port of ----, 18-- ---- having taken the oath required by law, is at present master of the within-named vessel, in lieu of ----, late master. ----- of Customs.


District of ----, Port of ----, 18-- ---- having taken the oath required by law, is at present master of the within-named vessel, in lieu of ----, late master. ----- of Customs.


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(Cat. No. 538.)


CERTIFICATE OF ENROLLMENT


No. 6


OF THE


Steamer


CALLED THE


Bertie


57.98 35 47/100 Tons.


ISSUED AT THE


Port of Edenton NC


District of Albemarle April 8, 1884


C. E. Robinson Coll of Customs.


DATE OF SURRENDER:


Jany 1st 1886


WHERE SURRENDERED:


Edenton


CAUSE OF SURRENDER:


Change Property in part


C. E. Robinson Collector of Customs


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Port of ----


Amount of Hospital money paid at the time of surrender of previous document: $----


Period for which collection was made:----


Total average number of officers and crew paid for:


Date when paid:----, 188-.


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Citation: "Certificates of Registration and Enrollment Issued at Beaufort, Edenton, Elizabeth City, New Bern, Plymouth, Washington, and Wilmington, NC, 1815-1902," NARA Microfilm Publication M2034, Roll 6, Washington DC.
Location: North Carolina Collection, Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858 USA
Call Number:Uncataloged   
 

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