S.T. Mumby BN174
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Admiralty Number: 3675
Official Number: 143844
Yard Number: 355
Gross Tonnage: 279
Net Tonnage: 109
Length: 125.7 ft
Breadth: 23.4 ft
Depth: 12.8 ft
Engine: 87 hp T.3-cyl by Bow, McLachlan & Co Ltd, Paisley
Built: Bow, McLachlan & Co Ltd, Paisley
9.4.1918: Launched by Bow, McLachlan & Co Ltd, Paisley (Yd.No.355) (“Castle” class) for The Admiralty as EDWARD COLLINGWOOD (Ad.No.3675).
26.4.1918: Completed (1 – 12pdr, hydrophone and W/T).
19.2.1920: Registered by The Admiralty as a fishing vessel at London (LO330).
1922: Sold to Boston Deep Sea Fishing & Ice Co Ltd, Boston (Fred Parkes, manager).
7.7.1922: London registry closed.
7.1922: Registered at Boston as MUMBY (BN174).
1923: Transferred to Fleetwood.
1924: Sold to René Maubaillarcq & Cie, La Rochelle.
1924: Boston registry closed. Registered at La Rochelle as TAVANNES.
1924: Re measured 296g 89n.
9.1933: Sold to Hudson Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Hull (Archibald Hudson, manager).
1933: Re measured 279g 109n.
9.1933: La Rochelle registry closed.
26.9.1933: Registered at Hull as T. R. FERENS (H510).
10.1933: New boiler fitted.
1938: Sold to Iago Steam Trawler Co Ltd, London & Fleetwood.
29.3.1938: Hull registry closed.
30.3.1938: Registered at London (LO210).
29.8.1939: Requisitioned for war service as a minesweeper (P.No.FY.532) (Hire rate £83.14.0d/month).
4.1945: Returned to owner.
6.1945: Sold to Messrs Yolland & Llewellin, Milford Haven. Fishing from Fleetwood.
1.1.1946: Messrs Yolland & Llewellin partnership dissolved.
9.1.1946: Sold to J. C. Llewellin (Trawlers) Ltd, Milford Haven (John Charles Llewellin, manager). Continued fishing from Fleetwood.
29.9.1948: Sold to J. Marr & Son Ltd, Fleetwood for £13,861.
10.1948: London registry closed.
10.1948: Registered at Fleetwood (FD282).
20.3.1953: Sailed Fleetwood for St. Kilda grounds (Sk. William Lloyd), thirteen crew total.
26.3.1953: When hauling in a heavy swell, mate Redvers William Edwards (57) lost his footing and fell overboard. Skipper threw three lifebuoys but mate failed to grasp one. Deckhand Owen Johnston (19) threw off seaboots and oilskins and jumped in alongside Edwards but swell carried the mate away. Johnston recovered and trip aborted.
27.3.1953: Returned to Fleetwood.
7.1953: Sold for breaking up.
14.7.1953: Last landing at Fleetwood.
16.7.1953: Sailed Fleetwood for ??.
(Francis Edward Collingwood, AB, age 23, b. Milford, Wales – VICTORY (SB?))
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