Official Number: 67122
Gross Tonnage: 39
Net Tonnage: 39
Length: 57 ft
Breadth: 16.3 ft
Depth: 8.6 ft
Rig: Smack/jigger smack/steam/dandy – trawling
Owner: Hugh Singleton, Fleetwood
Built: William Sumner, Fleetwood
1871: Completed by Hugh Singleton, Fleetwood for William Sumner, Fleetwood as EAGLE. Registered at Fleetwood (FD74).
1881: Sold to Mrs Tabitha Leadbetter, Fleetwood.
1882: Sold to Samuel Jones (32/64), Back Sea View, Hoylake & William Jones (32/64), Hoylake (Samuel Jones managing owner). Fleetwood registry closed. Registered at Liverpool (LL??).
7.1981: Liverpool registry closed.
4.7.1891: Registered at Douglas (DO??).
27.1.1894: Re measured after conversion to a jigger smack.
14.8.1894: William Jones died (Will dated 26.12.1894).
18.10.1894: Probate granted leaving 32 shares to Samuel Jones (64/64), Back Sea View, Hoylake.
8.4.1895: Samuel Jones appointed managing owner.
5.5.1905: Sold to Frederick William Rubra (64/64), 174 High Street, Bangor, Carnarvon.
10.5.1905: Frederick William Rubra appointed managing owner.
1906: Sold to William Richards, 174 High Street, Bangor, Carnarvon.
10.7.1906: Douglas registry closed.
7.1906: Registered at Beaumaris (BS57).
1912: Converted to steam 4nhp. Re-measured 22 net.
1913: Owned by Walter P. Hutson, 2 Elm Street, Fleetwood.
1915: Steam machinery removed re-rigged as a dandy.
1915: Remeasured 21n.
1927: Owned by T. Kirkman, Fleetwood.
1927: Register closed.
02/06/2009: Page published. 6 updates since then.