Shipwrights
   Incorporated 1605.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Worshipful Company of Shipwrights — Infobox Livery Company name = Worshipful Company of Shipwrights motto = Within The Ark Safe For Ever location = Ironmongers Hall, The Barbican, London formation = 1782 association = Shipbuilders precedence = 59th master = website =… …   Wikipedia

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  • Robert Holborn — The family of Robert Holborne of Harwich have, with a few exceptions, been involved in shipbulding for centuries, continuing up until the 1930s. The earliest chronological reference found for any shipwright bearing the name ‘Holb(o/u)rn(e)’ is… …   Wikipedia

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  • Shipbuilding — This article is about the construction of ships. For the song, see Shipbuilding (song). An expedition s shipwrights building a brigantine, 1541. Shipbuilding is the construction of ships and floating vessels. It normally takes place in a… …   Wikipedia

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  • Ship model — This article is concerned primarily with static models. For operating models see model yachting or radio controlled boat, Model of a 19th century vessel in the Bishop Museum, Hawaii …   Wikipedia

  • Chatham Dockyard — Coordinates: 51°23′50″N 00°31′40″E / 51.39722°N 0.52778°E / 51.39722; 0.52778 …   Wikipedia

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