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Technical

Official Number: 104168
Yard Number: 104
Completed: 1894
Gross Tonnage: 150
Net Tonnage: 63
Length: 101.0 ft
Breadth: 20.3 ft
Depth: 11.0 ft
Built: Cochrane & Cooper, Beverley
Engine: 280ihp T.3-cyl and boiler by Charles D. Holmes Ltd, Hull

History

7.5.1894: Launched by Cochrane & Cooper, Beverley (Yd.No.104) for Thomas Campbell Moss & Frederick Moss, Grimsby (32/64 joint owners); Frederick Emil Hagerup (8/64), Charles Denton Holmes (8/64), Grimsby and George Cooper (8/64), Arthur Cochrane (8/64), Beverley as DIAMOND.
29.5.1894: Registered at Grimsby (GY603).
29.5.1894: Thomas Campbell Moss designated managing owner.
29.5.1894: Vessel mortgaged 64/64) to The Hull Banking Co Ltd, Hull (A).
29.5.1894: Completed.
1.1.1895: Mortgage (A) transferred to The York City & County Banking Co Ltd, York.
2.11.1895: Mortgage (A) discharged.
9.11.1895: Vessel mortgaged (64/64) to The York City & County Banking Co Ltd, York (B).
5.6.1901: Andrew Cochrane and George Cooper shares (8/64 each) sold to Thomas Campbell Moss & Frederick Moss (48/64 joint owners), Grimsby.
5.6.1901: Thomas Campbell Moss continues as manager.
9.11.1901: Frederik Emil Hagerup (8/64) shares mortgaged to Arthur Henry Leslie Melville & Eustace Albert Smith, Grimsby, joint mortgagees (C).
28.2.1905: Mortgage (C) discharged.
1.7.1908: Vessel mortgaged (64/64) to The York City & County Banking Co Ltd, York (D).
6.7.1908: Mortgage (B) discharged.
2.5.1911: Mortgage (D) discharged.
2.12.1914: Charles Denton Holmes shares (8/64) sold to Thomas Campbell Moss & Frederick Moss (56/64 jointly), Grimsby.
22.9.1911: Frederick Emil Hagerup shares (8/64) sold to Thomas Campbell Moss & Frederick Moss (64/64 jointly), Grimsby.
18.12.1914: Vessel mortgaged (64/64) to London Joint Stock Bank Ltd, London (E).
19.1.1917: Mortgage (E) discharged.
29.5.1917: Requisitioned for Fishery Reserve (1-6pdr HA). Renamed DIAMOND II.
1919: Released and reverted to DIAMOND (GY603).
14.2.1921: Sold to T. C. & F. Moss Ltd (64/64), Grimsby.
21.3.1921: Thomas Campbell Moss appointed manager.
8.10.1921: William Thomas Moss appointed manager.
22.12.1945: Sold to Jubilee Fishing Co Ltd (64/64), London.
1.1.1946: Ernest Thomas Milton appointed manager.
1940s-1950s: Seasonal fishing from Fleetwood.
07.1952: Sold for breaking up.
26.7.1952: Grimsby registry closed “Ship being broken up”.

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Technical

Official Number: 136622
Yard Number: 32
Completed: 1916
Gross Tonnage: 101
Net Tonnage: 39
Length: 87.5 ft
Breadth: 18.5 ft
Depth: 9.0 ft
Engine: C.2-cyl by Charlton & Co Ltd, Grimsby
Boiler: Riley Brothers (Boilermakers) Ltd, Stockton on Tees
Built: Charlton & Co Ltd, Grimsby

History

1.1916: Launched by Charlton & Co Ltd, Grimsby (Yd.No.32) for George Thomas Hume (64/64), Lowestoft as HUMOROUS.
5.1916: Completed.
20.5.1916: Registered at Lowestoft (LT691). Requisitioned from the builders for war service as an A/S net drifter (1-3pdr) (Ad.No.2744). Based in Aegean Sea.
By 12.3.1919: Returned to owner at Lowestoft (George T. Hume, Lowestoft).
17.1.1926: At Brixham delivered steam drifter EVENING PRIMROSE (LT1117) which had been disabled with a fouled propeller.
3.2.1926: Sold to Hollingshurst Fishing Co Ltd (64/64), Lowestoft. George Breach appointed manager.
21.9.1926: George Breach died. Share ownership transferred to executors, Louisa Breach, George Alan Breach & Wm. Hutchings (George Alan Breach managing owner).
1930/31: Seasonal white fish trawling from Fleetwood.
3.3.1933: Sold to Peacock & Co (Lowestoft) Ltd (64/64), Lowestoft (Arthur Gouldby, Kessingland, manager).
22.9.1934: At Lowestoft (Sk. W. Durrant) delivered steam drifter ACCUMULATOR (LT655) disabled with broken propeller.
7.1939: Sold for breaking up.
18.1.1940: Lowestoft registry closed “Vessel broken up”.

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Technical

Official Number: 145818
Yard Number: 955
Completed: 1925
Gross Tonnage: 92
Net Tonnage: 42
Length: 85.0 ft
Breadth: 18.5 ft
Depth: 9 ft
Built: Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby
Engine: T.3-cyl by Crabtree & Co Ltd, Gt. Yarmouth
Boiler: Riley Brothers (Boilermakers) Ltd, Stockton on Tees

History

25.2.1925: Launched by Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby (Yd.No.955) for Lowestoft Steam Herring Drifters Co Ltd, Lowestoft as LORD BARHAM.
11.5.1925: Completed (Harold B. Jackson, manager).
12.5.1925: Registered at Lowestoft (LT211).
1930s: Seasonal trawling from Padstow, Milford and Fleetwood (Lowestoft Fish Selling Co Ltd, Lowestoft, managing agents).
15.11.1939: Requisitioned for war service as a minesweeping drifter (P.No.FY.929) (Hire rate £40.9.7d/month).
30.5.1940: Sailed Yarmouth with twelve other drifters for Ramsgate.
31.5.1940: Sailed Ramsgate for Dunkirk. Evacuated Allied troops and landed at Ramsgate (Operation Dynamo).
21.9.1943: Sold to Saint Andrew’s Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Hull (Basil A. Parkes, Cleveleys, manager) when Basil Parkes bought most of Lowestoft Steam Herring Drifters Co Ltd better vessels.
12.1944: Employed on miscellaneous Naval duties.
10.1945: Returned to owner (Maj. A. W. Suddaby MBE, Gorleston, manager).
1946: Sold to Poland under U.N.R.& R. Scheme (“Dalmor” Przedsiebiorstwo Polowow Dalekomorskich Sp.z.ogr.odp, Gdynia).
27.12.1946: Lowestoft registry closed.
1.1947: Registered at Gdynia as ARRADIUSZ (GDY110). Trawling from Gt. Yarmouth with local skippers.
30.5.1949: Sold to Arthur W. Eastoe, Ronald C. Cook & Richard H. Gouldby, Lowestoft and John Odde, East Molesey (Edward George Catchpole, manager). Gdynia registry closed.
5.1949: Registered at Lowestoft as LORD BARHAM (LT55).
23.8.1955: Sold to Arthur W. Eastoe & Ronald C. Cook, Lowestoft (Edward George Catchpole, manager).
1960: Sold to H. P. Heuvelmen NV, Krimpen aan den IJssel for breaking up.
13.6.1960: Lowestoft registry closed.
2.7.1960: Arrived Krimpen aan den Ijssel.

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Changelog

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Technical

Official Number: 149198
Yard Number: 999
Completed: 1927
Gross Tonnage: 102
Net Tonnage: 43
Length: 90.3 ft
Breadth: 19.0 ft
Depth: 9.2 ft
Built: Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby
Engine: T.3-cyl by Wm. Burrell & Co, Gt. Yarmouth
Boiler: Riley Bros (Boilermakers) Ltd, Stockton-on-Tees

History

7.3.1927: Launched by Cochrane & Sons Ltd, Selby (Yd.No.999) for George Catchpole (32/64); Frederick Ernest Catchpole (16/64) & Frederick Mullender (16/64), Lowestoft as ONE ACCORD.
9.4.1927: Completed (Fred Ingram, Milford, manager).
10.6.1927: Registered at Lowestoft (LT324).
19.6.1927: First landing at Milford.
23.10.1929: Deckhand Edward W. Read fell overboard, 2nd Engineer William Turrell (27) of Kessingland, jumped in the sea fully clothed in oilskins and seaboots, but failed to reach him before he drowned (Turrell was awarded the Royal Humane Society’s Bronze Medal).
23.12.1929: Sold to George Frederick Catchpole (32/64); Francis George Gamble (16/64); Orlando Frederick Mullender (16/64), Lowestoft.
21.3.1934: Sold to George Catchpole (32/64); Frederick Ernest Catchpole (16/64) & Francis George Gamble (16/64), Lowestoft. Landing into Fleetwood (Lowestoft Fish Selling Co Ltd, managing agents) and Milford.
7.1930: Fishing out of Fleetwood in Irish Sea (Sk. Francis George Gamble).
9.7.1930: With KINGSTON (FD144) (Sk. Edward Cook, Lowestoft) arrested by HMS SPEY 91/2 miles W-S-W of Ailsa Craig suspected of trawling in the Firth of Clyde. Taken to Campbeltown where nets and gear were landed.
10.7.1930: At a special sitting of Campbeltown Sheriff Court, George Gamble was charged with illegal trawling and failing to show correct signals when fishing. Cook pleaded not guilty and was ordered to find bail of £120.
16.7.1930: At Campbeltown Sheriff Court, Gamble was found guilty of illegal trawling but the charge of failing to show a fishing signal was not proven. A fine of £100 was imposed with forfeiture of nets and gear.
16.11.1939: Last landing at Milford. Requisitioned for war service as a minesweeping drifter (P.No.FY.983) (Hire rate £49.1.9d/month).
11.1944: Employed on miscellaneous Naval duties.
21.2.1945: Sold to Frederick Ernest Catchpole (16/64); John Francis Gamble and D. G. Gamble (16/64 joint); Ernest Herbert Holland and Frederick Ernest Catchpole (32/64 joint). Lowestoft.
19.3.1945: Sold to Accord (Lowestoft) Ltd, Lowestoft (Frederick Ernest Catchpole, manager).
1.1946: Returned to owner.
18.3.1949: Sold to Gilbert & Co Ltd, Lowestoft (Arthur G. Gilbert, manager).
18.10.1952: At Lowestoft landed 125 crans of herring.
18.3.1958: Sold to Anson Steam Trawler Co Ltd, Milford Haven (John N. Picton, manager).
17.11.1959: Sold to Picton Bros (Milford Haven) Ltd, Milford Haven (John N. Picton, manager).
30.8.1960: Completed trials after conversion to motor by L.B.S. Engineering Ltd, Lowestoft, fitted with 5-cyl 4 stroke 315bhp oil engine by Mirrlees, Bickerton & Day Ltd, Stockport.
9.1960: Re measured 111g 39n.
10.12.1969: Sailed Milford for fishing grounds (Sk. Bill Philips); seven crew. In good visibility, 2.5 miles off the Smalls Lighthouse in collision with German motor tanker YORKSAND (500grt/1964) sustaining damage to stem and bow plating. Tanker stood by until stern trawler ROSS FAME (GY1360) arrived in response to distress; escorted to Milford.
11.12.1969: Arrived Milford. Laid up.
2.1970: As a result of survey considered beyond economical repair. Sold to Haulbowline Industries Ltd, Passage West, Cork for breaking up.
27.6.1989: Lowestoft registry closed (mortgage discharged).

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S.D/T. One Accord LT324

S.D/T. One Accord LT324
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S.D/T. One Accord LT324

S.D/T. One Accord LT324

HMD One Accord

HMD One Accord

S.D/T. One Accord LT324

S.D/T. One Accord LT324

S.D/T. One Accord LT324

S.D/T. One Accord LT324
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27/07/2016: Information updated.
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Technical

Official Number: 135089
Yard Number: 15?
Completed: 1914
Gross Tonnage: 99
Net Tonnage: 42
Length: 87.80
Breadth: 18.7 ft
Depth: 9.3 ft
Built: Livingstone & Cooper Ltd, Hessle
Engine: T.3-cyl by Crabtree & Co Ltd, Gt. Yarmouth
Boiler: Riley Brothers (Boilermakers) Ltd, Stockton on Tees

History

1914: Launched by Livingstone & Cooper Ltd, Hessle (Yd.No.15?) for John Thomas Cullen Salmon, Gt. Yarmouth as JACK SALMON.
8.1914: Completed for The Great Yarmouth Steam Drifters Ltd, Gt. Yarmouth (Thomas A. Beeching, manager).
17.8.1914: Registered at Yarmouth (YH68).
1.1915: Requisitioned for war service as an A/S net drifter (Ad.No.1023). 1917: Based at Portsmouth mine research tender.
By 12.3.1919: Returned to owner at Yarmouth (Yarmouth Steam Drifters Ltd).
20.3.1924: Sold to Jacob George, Gt. Yarmouth (managing owner).
28.1.1927: Sold to Jacob George (32/64) & John George (32/64), Gt. Yarmouth.
14.5.1924: Registered at Yarmouth as YOUNG JACOB (YH68).
1930s: Seasonal trawling from Fleetwood.
24.1.1934: Sold to John George, Gt. Yarmouth (managing owner).
17.11.1939: Requisitioned for war service as a minesweeping drifter (P.No.FY.975) (Hire rate £27.13.6d).
4.1944: Employed on miscellaneous Naval duties.
6.1944: Re-deployed on miscellaneous naval duties.
10.1944: Employed on port duties.
14.1.1946: Returned to owner.
11.3.1946: Sold to George Richard Newson (16/64), Winterton; William Herbert Balls, Ronald Balls & John Leslie Balls, Gt. Yarmouth; Claude Perrett, Gorleston; Norford Arthur Suffling & Ida Edith Suffling, Brundall (all 8/64).
13.8.1953: Norford Suffling died, eight shares left to Barclays Bank Ltd & Ida Suffling.
27.11.1953: At Yarmouth landed 140 crans of herring; top boat with OCEAN DAWN (YH47).
1954: Sold to Belgian shipbreakers.
12.10.1954: Yarmouth registry closed on advice from owners.

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S.D/T. Young Jacob YH68

S.D/T. Young Jacob YH68
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S.D/T. Young Jacob YH68

S.D/T. Young Jacob YH68

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