Roosevelt, Joyce & Co., New York NY
(later Roosevelt, Joyce & Waterbury)
Most recent update: January 23, 2013.
Solomon Roosevelt and William S. Joyce started this shipyard in 1851: the partnership was expanded to include Waterbury in 1864, but ended in 1866, when Joyce died. Their yard was on the south side of the east end of Houston Street, in Manhattan. The table below is clearly incomplete: if anyone has any data to add to it, please send it to me at email@example.com.
Original Name Original Owner Ship Type W or I GT Built Disposition Rapid James Bishop & Co. Clipper Ship W 1,115 1852 T. A. Ward Fremington Steamer W 1853 David Brown A.A. Low & Brother Clipper Ship W 1,717 1853 Unknown Bishop & Williams Clipper Ship W 1,100 1853 Wide Awake A. A. Low & Co. Clipper Ship W 1,750 1853 Monarch of the Seas Lawrence Giles & Co. Clipper Ship W 1,971 1854 Titan Daniel C. Bacon Clipper Ship W 1,985 1855 Fairy Gordon Talbot & Co. Clipper Ship W 629 1856 Glad Tidings William Nelson & Son Clipper Ship W 898 1856 Hotspur Frank Hathaway et al. Clipper Ship W 862 1857 General Warren Long Island Ferry Co Ferry W 512 1859 Marion Long Island Ferry Co Ferry W 512 1859 Suffolk County Long Island RR Ferry W 512 1860 To Delaware interests 1893, abandoned 1901 Kings County Long Island RR Ferry W 467 1861 Burnt 1868 Crescent City New York Mail SS Co Steamer W 2,022 1863 Laid up 1867, broken up 1872 Evening Star New York Mail SS Co Steamer W 2,022 1863 Morning Star New York Mail SS Co Steamer W 2,022 1863 Po-Yang Olyphant & Co. Steamer W 1,021 1863 George Cromwell Cromwell & Co. Steamer W 1,255 1863 Rising Star New York Mail SS Co Steamer W 2,022 1865 Scrapped 1877 Ta-Kiang Olyphant & Co. Steamer W 550 George Washington Cromwell & Co. Steamer W 1,256 Wrecked 1854