Official No: 52992 Port Number and Year: - in Colchester, 1866. (CK ? )
- in Grimsby, 1893/4. (GY ? )
5th in Milford, 1904.
Description: Wooden sailing smack; trawling. Cutter rigged: jib, foresail, mainsail and topsail.
Crew: 3 men (1904).
Registered: 20 Jul 1904
Built: 1866, Brightlingsea, Essex
Tonnage: 19.52 grt 19.52 net.
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 53.5 / 13.5 / 5.9
As CK ?
1866: William G. Marshall, Little Field Lane, Grimsby.
By 1894: As GY ?
By 1903: Amos King, 91 Orwell St., Grimsby.
20 Jul 1904: James Bowen Rowlands, Altrincham, Cheshire.
2 Oct 1906: William Henry Gwatkin, 'Fernleigh', Abergavenny. (Builder) Managing owner.
Harry Vesey Saies, 'The Priory', Abergavenny. (Draper)
29 Jul 1909: Sarah Isobel Hancock, Fort Rd., Hakin.
Landed at Milford: [Landed at Fishguard?]
Skippers: William Jenkins; Thomas Jenkins
10 August 1875: Joseph H. Hempstead, seaman's apprentice on the smack PERFECT of Colchester, who refused the order of his Master, Robert Cross, of Brightlingsea, and staying in a public-house. Sentence to 14 days hard labour and forfeit two days pay.
[The Essex Standard, of Friday 13th August 1875.]
Cert. Cancelled & Registry Closed: 14 Nov 1910. Constructive total loss at Fishguard, 31 Jul 1909. [No details reported in local newspapers at the time, as the loss was reported late.]
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