Shetlopedia - The Shetland Encyclopaedia
- An unidentified barque, registered in Orkney, wrecked at an unspecified location in Dunrossness.
- An unidentified galliot wrecked at an unspecified location at Cunningsburgh. There is some suspicion within the record that this entry is somehow connected with the 'snow' (brig variant) Bonne Amie which wrecked at the East Voe of Quarff either before or during 1760 or on October 10th 1789, but no explanation is offered as to why this might be so.
An unidentified full rigged ship, registered in Dundee, Scotland, Captain Duncan, wrecked at Rerwick, Dunrossness.
An unidentified vessel is recorded as having wrecked "in the vicinity of" Sumburgh. From the available information it is impossible to tell whether this record also refers to the unidentified barque detailed above, or to a seperate vessel.
James Grierson was ordinated as the first minister of the Parish of Tingwall after the seperation from the Parish of Lerwick.
Ship, Samaritan, wrecked on Muckle Skerry, Out Skerries.