QUEBEC H199

 

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Official No:  99573     Port and Year: Hull, 1892. (H199)

                                                                Scarborough, 1916. (SH208)

Description: Iron side trawler; steam screw, coal burning.

Crew: 10 men.

Built: 1892, by Cook, Welson & Gemmell, Hull. (Yard no. 89)

Tonnage: 132 grt  57 net (1892);  133 grt  51 net (9 Jan 1908).

Length / breadth / depth (feet): 95.6 / 20.5 / 10.8

Engine: T.3-Cyl. 35 rhp., by Amos & Smith, Hull

Owners:

 

As H199

10 Jun 1892: The Hull Steam Fishing & Ice Co. Ltd., Hull.

Manager: Henry Toozes, St. Andrew's Dock, Hull.

 

1913: Charles E. B. L. Curzon, Berrynarbor, Devon.

Managing owner. [At Milford Dock.]

 

As SH208

16 Feb 1916: N. S. Clarke, 16 West Pier, Scarborough.

 

Landed at Milford:  18 Jun 1913 - 22 Nov 1914

Skippers:

Notes: 

17 Mar 1894: Towed the smack PINTA into Hull, after she had been disabled on 14th March, when her mainmast was split.  [Yorkshire Herald, Tuesday 20th March 1894.]

29 Dec 1894:  Her bosun was drowned when a boat capsized in a severe storm. [Birmingham Daily Post, Saturday 31st December 1894.]

25 Sep 1916: Attacked by U-57 (Kapitšnleutnant Carl-Siegfried Ritter von Georg),  and sunk by gunfire, 16 miles E by N of Whitby.  No lives lost.

 

 

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