Agincourt (ship, 1841)

The “Agincourt” was launched in 1841 from Blackwall yard. It was owned by R. Green.

The ship sailed between England and India for most of its career.

Charles Hyne was the master of the ship from about 1849/50 after he left the “Carnatic” until about 1855/56 when he became master of the “Agamemnon“.

Other notable masters of the “Agincourt” include W. H. Walker and E. P. Nesbit.