Official No: 109523 Port and Year: Grimsby, 1898 (GY609)
Grimsby, 1906 (GY177)
Boulogne, 1922. (B ?)
Description: Iron side / beam trawler; steam screw, coal burning. Ketch rigged. Wheelhouse aft.
Crew: 9 men (1898).
Built: 1898; by Cochrane & Cooper, Beverley. (Yard no. 195)
Tonnage: 147 grt 41 net (1898); 141 grt 50 net (1906); 55 net (1 Jan 1914).
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 96.7 / 19.9 / 11.2
Engine: T.3-cyl, 36 rhp, 10.0 kts; by Amos & Smith Ltd., Hull. 1912: New boiler fitted.
14 Apr 1898: Northwold Steam Fishing Co. Ltd., Grimsby.
Manager: Thomas Sowerby.
1 Nov 1904: A/S Pinewold, Henr. A. Røed, Sandefjord, Norway.
31 Aug 1906: Northwold Steam Fishing Co. Ltd., Grimsby.
Manager: Thomas Sowerby, Fish Docks, Grimsby.
Jun 1922: Cockerill & Co., Docks, Milford.
As JEAN LOUISE B ?
29 Nov 1922: Wattez Frères, Boulogne.
As MARIE JEANNINE B. ?
1932: Ch. Gueulle Fils, Boulogne.
[ Thanks to Per Gisle Galåen and Ole Hajem Fiske, Norwegian Maritime Museum. ]
Landed at Milford: 25 Mar 1917 - 9 May 1919. 15 Jan 1920 - 22 Oct 1922.
10 Sep 1908: PINEWOLD rescued Captain and eighteen crew of the PACIFIC, with coal from Sunderland to the River Plate; four drowned.
[The Times, Friday, 11th September 1908; Weekly Mail, Saturday, 12th September 1908. ]
7 Apr 1915: Grimsby trawler ZARINA was sunk by two U-boats off Spurn L.V.; 9 crew lost. PINEWOLD and RUBY nearby escaped. [Abergavenny Chronicle, Friday 16th April 1915.]
29 Mar 1915: Picked up the crew of the Dutch steamer AMSTEL, mined off Flamborough at 4 am, and landed them in the Humber. [The Times, Tuesday 30th March 1915.]
29 May 1917: Requisitioned into the Fishery Reserve.
1919: Returned to owners.
Sep 1952: Sold for breaking up.
[Lofthouse T., Mayes G., Newton D., & Thompson M. (2012): Cochrane Shipbuilders Vol.1: 1884 - 1914.]
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