OLIVE BRANCH M150
Official No: 65488 Port Number and Year: Brixham, 1871 (DH634)
Waterford, 1890 (W ?)
13th in Milford, 1899
Description: Wooden sailing smack; trawling. Ketch rigged.
Crew: 3 men, 1 boy
Registered: 30 Dec 1899
Built: 1871, Upham's Yard (?), Brixham
Tonnage: 46.02 grt 46.02 net
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 60.3 / 17.6 / 9.6
1871: John Petherbridge James, Brixham.
As W ??
1890: Mrs. E. Nichols, Dunmore East, Waterford.
1899: John Joseph Smith, Tenby (Fish merchant)
30 Dec 1899: As M150
Landed at Milford: [Landed at Tenby.]
Skippers: Wm. Rackley (1889)
1 Nov 1872: Fishing out of Lowestoft (Skipper Clark) was swept by a heavy sea which carried away an apprentice, William Jordan, age 19. No life buoy or belt was aboard. [The Ipswich Journal, Saturday 9th November 1872.]
Cert. Cancelled & Registry Closed: 6 Dec 1906. "Vessel broken up. Advice received by owner."
(1910: Said to have been owned by Owen Lewis, Carnarvon, but not listed in the Mercantile Navy List 1911.)
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