H.M. Customs and Excise, Newcastle Customs House

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Details of H.M. Customs and Excise, Newcastle Customs House
Title: H.M. Customs and Excise, Newcastle Customs House
Reference: EX.NC

EX.NC/1/1-37 Registers of ships, 1786 - 1872 (37 volumes)


Give details of ships registered with name and description (later volumes give further details of construction), owners. Vessels are numbered individually each year. See also EX.NC/2/1-17 and EX.NC/3 below


EX.NC/2/1-17 Transactions registers 1855 - 1931 (17 volumes)


Details of ships sold, transferred etc, with shareholders and other notes. See also EX.NC/3


EX.NC/3 Transfer book 1856 - 1867 (1 volume)


Related to series EX.NC1 above, but used for vessels 26/1856 to 40/1867 to "avoid confusion".

Date: 1786 - 1931
Held by: Tyne and Wear Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Extent: 57 VOLUMES
Administrative History:

Until 1848 Newcastle was the only Customs House on the River Tyne, after which date a separate Customs House was established for Shields and Blyth, located at South Shields.

  • Shipping
Creator Names:
  • H.M. Customs and Excise, Newcastle
Immediate Source Of Acquisition:
  • Acc 1253

Related Material:
  • For records for Shields, and North Shields and Blyth see EX/NS, and for South Shields see EX/NS and EX/SS.

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