NUNTHORPE HALL LO393
Official No: 127102 Port and Year: North Shields, 1909 (SN90)
London, 1920 (LO393)
Fleetwood, 1925 (FD78)
Description: Steel side trawler; steam screw; ketch rigged.
Crew: 10 men (1920)
Built: 1909, by Smith's Docks Co., North Shields. (Yard No.388)
Tonnage: 248 grt 96 net (1945: Lengthened to 133.8 ft; 230 grt 105 net)
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 125.5 / 22.1 / 12.2
Engine: T.3-Cyl; 81 rhp; by Shields Engineering & Drydock Co., North Shields
(1945: Re-engined - 6-cyl oil engine by Motoren Augsburg Nürnberg A.G. (MAN), Nürnberg. 19??Re-engined with 600bhp 8-cyl oil engine by La Maquinista Terrestre y Mar (MTM), Barcelona.)
As NUNTHORPE HALL SN90
2 Apr 1909: Unknown owners.
Apr 1909: As HMS SEAMEW. [See Notes below.]
As NUNTHORPE HALL
4 May 1920: Edward D. W. Lawford, Milford.
13 Aug 1920: Atlantic Trawlers Ltd., (Colin M. Mason), Atlantic Buildings, Bute Docks, Cardiff.
Managing owner: Colin M. Mason.
25 Oct 1925: George Hindle, 'The Grange', Wilpshire, Lancashire.
Managers: Joseph A. Taylor, Harold Taylor & Albert V. Thompson.
9 Dec 1925: As FD78
1930: Ephraim H. Hindle, 'Briar Bank', Wilpshire, Lancs.
16 Feb 1931: Islay Trawlers Ltd., Fleetwood.
Manager: Henry Melling.
7 Mar 1931: Cape Fisheries Ltd., 6 Great James St., London W.C. 2
Manager: A. V. Thompson, Fleetwood.
1934: To Santa Cruz de Tenerife for conversion to dry cargo.
As GINES CERDÁ
1945: Eduardo Coll Diaz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Landed at Milford: 12 Aug 1920 - 13 Nov 1921; 10 Jan - 18 Dec 1922 ; 21 Apr 1923 - 25 Oct 1925
Nunthorpe Hall was originally built by the Constable family in the early 1600s, in the village of Nunthorpe, Middlesbrough.
April 1909: Registered as SN90, then sold to the Admiralty and fitted out as a minesweeper.
As HMS SEAMEW (Admy.No.2). Based at Portland for minesweeping trials. 1 x 12 pdr.
1914: Based at Chatham/Sheerness training fishery reserve crews. [Fate unknown.]
[Information supplied by Fleetwood Maritime Trust and the Bosun's Watch website.]
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