John Stevenson Collection
Official No: 133639 Port and Year: 29th in Aberdeen, 1913 (A592)
- - Granton, 1934 (GN1)
- - Aberdeen, 1946 (A119)
Description: Steel side trawler, steam, coal fired, single screw. Ketch rigged.
Crew: 9 men
Built: 1913, J. Duthie, Torry, Shipbuilding Co., Aberdeen (Yard No. 395)
Tonnage: 217 grt 79.5 net.
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 115.1 / 22.6 / 12.3
Engine: T.3-cyl; 70 rhp; by W. V. V. Lidgerwood & Co., Glasgow.
2 Dec 1913: The National Steam Fishing Co., (Aberdeen), Ltd., 164 Market St., Aberdeen.
Manager: James Scott jnr., 205 George St., Aberdeen.
John A. Moir, 164 Market St., Aberdeen. (By 1917)
2 Apr 1918: Tucker, Tippet & Co. Ltd., 1 Stuart St., Bute Docks, Cardiff.
Managing owner: James C. Tippet.
1920: Tippet & Shock Ltd., 1 Stuart St., Bute Docks, Cardiff
Manager: Harry Eastoe Rees, Docks, Milford.
1923: James C. Tippet, 4 Claude Place, Cardiff.
1927: Andrew. L. Banyard, 8 Annfield, Newhaven, Leith.
Managing owner and skipper.
1933: Alexander Carnie, 6 Pier Place, Newhaven, Edinburgh.
1934: Carnie & Gibb, Granton
Manager: William Carnie (jnr.), 211-213 Howard St., Glasgow.
16 Feb 1934: As GN1.
1942: Stephen Fishing Co., 172 Market St., Aberdeen.
Manager: John N. Stephen
15 Jun 1946: As A119
7 Jul 1958: Seafield Fishing Co. Ltd., Aberdeen.
Manager: John A. Lewis.
Landed at Milford: 24 Feb 1920 - 20 Apr 1927.
Aug 1914: Requisitioned by the Admiralty (No. 283) and converted to a minesweeper. 1 x 6 pdr. Based at Lowestoft.
1919: Returned to owners.
Nov 1939: Requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to an armed patrol vessel. (P.No. FY.761)
Jun 1940: Converted to minesweeper.
1944: Converted to a wreck dispersal vessel.
Jan 1946: Returned to owners.
1960: Broken up by G. & W. Brunton at Grangemouth.
[Information supplied by the Granton Trawlers website and also thanks to Andy Hall for information.]
As ONETOS GN1 (1934-46)
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