Official No: 113745 Port and Year: 1st in Boston, 1906 (BN119)
- - Aberdeen, 1919 (A194)
- - Grimsby, 1923 (GY346)
Description: Steel side trawler; coal fired, steam screw. Ketch rigged.
Crew: 14 men (1923); 10 men (1935).
Built: by Smith's Docks Co., North Shields, 1906. (Yard no. 789)
Tonnage: 257 grt 95 net. (1906); 106 net. (1 Jan 1914).
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 125.8 / 22.1 / 12.0
Engine: T 3-Cyl; 70 rhp; by Shields Engineering Co., North Shields.
As CONINGSBY BN119
27 Feb 1906: Boston Deep Sea Fishing & Ice Co. Ltd., The Dock, Boston, Lincs.
Manager: Fred Donnison, Pump Sq., Boston. (1906-c.1909)
Thomas D. Donaldson, Haven Bank, Boston. (c.1909-12)
Daniel Walker, Tower Rd., Boston. (1912-1914)
76 High St., Boston. (1914-c.1917)
Arthur Lunn, 91 Sydney St., Boston. (c.1917-1919)
9 Jun 1919: Thelma Ltd., 7 North St. David Street., Aberdeen.
Manager: Alexander J. Trail, 7 Regent Quay, Aberdeen.
24 Dec 1923: John E. Rushworth Ltd, Fish Docks, Grimsby.
Manager: John E. Rushworth.
5 Mar 1924: As EPINARD
Dec 1929: Reginald Llewellyn Hancock, Docks, Milford.
Landed at Milford: 3 Jan 1930 - 7 Mar 1937
Coningsby is a village and parish in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire.
Epinard is the French word for spinach, and also the name of a famous French racehorse (1920-42).
Sep 1914: Requisitioned as CONINGSBY by the Admiralty and converted to a minesweeper (Admy.no. 34). 1 x 6 pdr.
1919: Returned to owners.
8 Sep 1937: Register closed; sold to Dutch owners to be broken up.
Accidents and Incidents
EPINARD.― Fishguard Wireless Station. Nov. 11 ― Steam trawler Epinard towed into Kinsale with boiler trouble.
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