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Certainly Nicholls was the managing owner of the Dover registered vessel in link 2 , in which year, I read, the vessel was delisted insert Coppename to locate ref.

George Nicholls apparently owned 22 of the 64 shares with Charles J. Elliott splitting the the other 42 shares. What later happened to her, I wonder?

Such sale had been approved by the Board of Trade on Nov. Was there any loss of life? We thank Celia Gibb for her help in advancing the above listing.

And we also thank David Tranter who has kindly provided data, now incorporated above, ex ' Closing Down Sail ' by W. The second iron ship built by 'W.

Pickersgill, the founder of the business, was killed during the course of the vessel's construction. In , the vessel was sold to R.

Couppa' rather than 'R. In the vessel was sold again, to C. Maybe ' Sofhia Malandrachi'. The vessel was sold for the last time, in , to H.

Hecht of Germany possibly? Any loss of life? An iron steamer, schooner rigged. Foscolino put into Brest, seriously damaged. It was en route from Bilbao, Spain, to Amsterdam with a cargo of iron ore.

Both masters were held to be at fault for 'not reversing their engines in addition to stopping. Joseph Watson Thirkell was in command with a crew of 16 all told.

The vessel was laid up in the Tyne in I read that the vessel became out of register in - I wonder why - another change of ownership perhaps?

In the vessel was sold to E. Built, for the South American trade, for S. The vessel was named Samanco by Mrs G. Its first voyage would seem to have been to Valparaiso, Chile, Captain Bell in command, with a general cargo.

The vessel ran aground in , due to a navigational error, near Carnsore Point, south east tip of Ireland, while en route from Liverpool to Callao, Peru, with a cargo of coal.

In George P. Wakeham was recorded as the vessel's managing owner. And in , Harold Wakeham, also of Liverpool was listed as the vessel's managing owner.

A long expired eBay item thanks scott-base! Ernest Wells would seem to have been the 2nd mate's name. I read insert that the vessel became out of register in And that that vessel was sunk by gunfire N.

Can you clarify the facts? A 3 masted barque. I read insert that the vessel became out of register in , presumably when sold to French owners.

Nazaire, France, to Guadeloupe, the vessel nearly sank in a hurricane. The masts were all gone perhaps. It was able to make Funchal, Madiera Islands, on Jan.

She was then shelled until she sank. No loss of life. I presume the crew made it to shore in small boats. Or maybe at Are the facts correct as I have recorded them above?

A 3 masted iron 'clipper' barque. Per 1 launch ex 2 at page , 3 data, in Norwegian, ex 4 a 'doc' file , 5 Miramar, link, you now must be registered to access.

Ordered for the South American trade. The vessel was initially registered, however, in the name of G. Wakeham but soon was transferred into the name of WakehamCo.

Possibly named after 'Port Chala' Peru? Watson was her first Captain. The vessel was sold, in Sep. Have not read exactly where it happened, the circumstances, rescue efforts or any loss of life, etc.

Can you add to the above? Per 1 image, as a fully rigged ship - ex State Library of Victoria , 2 launch, ex 'Marine Engineer' , 3 data, in Norwegian, ex 4 a 'doc' file 36 , 5 Miramar, link, you now must be registered to access.

The webmaster has just a few editions of Lloyd's Register available to him - at left. The vessel was launched on Sep.

It returned to Valparaiso. Chepica visited Australia once again, from London in I read insert that the vessel became out of register in , presumably when sold to Norwegian owners.

I have previously referred here to J. Mathiassen of Norway as possibly owning the vessel, and that there were other Norwegian owners also - as per a long expired eBay listing.

But that eBay reference seems to have been incorrect. A snippet reference, however, states that Bris was rather bound from Baltimore, U. Bang of Grimstad was the vessel's then owner.

Can you tell us about the collision circumstances or otherwise add to or correct the above text? An iron cargo ship. Per 1 ref. Built for Thomas Seed, of Fleetwood, Lancashire.

Christened by Mrs Seed, wife of the owner. Bond, of Fleetwood, was her first Captain. It had been registered to them, I read, on Sep. Bickerstaff, also of Castletown, was the vessel's manager in Callow was the manager in I read insert that the vessel became out of register in , presumably when sold to French owners on May 7, , as next follows.

Gildas added that in there was an exhibition at Cabourg, on the Channel coast, which explored the maritime links between the N. Can you add anything?

A 3 masted iron barque. Per 1 launch ex 2 i. In , George P. Wakeham was recorded as being the vessel's managing owner.

A modest item - On Dec. I presume it must have encountered a major storm in the S. As per this report. In , Mrs E.

Wakeham was recorded as the owner of the vessel with Howard Wakeham the manager. I read that the registry was closed in , presumably when the barque was sold to Norwegian owners.

In , the vessel was sold again, for , kr. Severin Skougaard , of Kristiania Oslo , Norway, with no change of vessel name.

The remaining crew made it safely to Utsira, Norway. A cargo ship which was launched on Oct. Per 1 detailed history of the vessel, in Finnish, many images , 2 link 1 'Google' translated into English , 3 trial trip, 2 reports, Sicilia , 4 James Smith vessel study, Sicilia , 5 data, Cisil , 6 Lloyd's Register data, Cisil.

We thank the folks at 'http: Then became ON it would seem. James Smith advises that the vessel was requisitioned twice for WW1 service - on Jan.

After the end of WW1, the vessel was returned, in , to its owner i. Victor Ek, who was apparently killed on Nov. Soon thereafter, on Jun. The vessel was sold, on Jul.

Corrections are invited to the above text. A 4 masted steel barque. Lots of references to the vessel at Trove, Australia.

Porter being the managing owner. On its maiden run, Drumalis left Sunderland on Oct. To San Francisco again. Also in , an unusual voyage indeed.

When they opened the hatches at Newcastle, they were surprised to find a fine crop of shamrocks growing in the soil. The vessel arrived at Port Pirie in Mar.

Then to Antwerp, probably with grain. In May , the vessel was chartered to carry , cases of case oil from New York to Sydney or Newcastle.

The ship eventually went to pieces. Now we had a mystery re the above account of the loss of the vessel. Melanie Cottreau was in touch thanks Melanie!

Atkinson, was given a watch by the Government of Canada re his part in the rescue of the crew of Drumalis. Dated Ottawa, April What happened was that all aboard took to three boats, only two of which landed safely at that location.

The third boat, under the command of first officer William F. A landing was attempted on a beach in heavy surf but they put back out to sea considering the place to be too dangerous.

Several times they approached the coast but were unable to land. A rescue boat from Stoney Island, under the command of Howard Atkinson, found the badly leaking boat, 5 miles off Cape Sable.

Hence the award of the watch referred to above, a silver hunting watch. A 4 masted barque. Per 1 data , 2 image at Oakland Pier, California - view resource but see left , 3 data page , 4 maiden voyage, at article bottom , 5 in port for 2 years awaiting a cargo , 5 Court of Inquiry report re the Mar.

William Roberts, the managing owners, of Liverpool. But per ' wrecksite. The vessel was engaged in the grain trade to San Francisco.

The vessel's maiden voyage was to Sydney, Australia, said to be under the command of G. It would seem that the vessel was at Martinez, Sacramento River, California, for 2 years thru , early for sure, awaiting a cargo.

How distressing - a brand new vessel no less, but she was not alone there! Arthur Adams, the vessel's initial captain, was in command, with a crew of 30 all told.

Efforts were made to back the vessel off but without success. A Salvage Association vessel arrived from Liverpool on Mar. Andrada was taking on a little water, but with the help of the Salvage Association's men, the water was kept under control.

The pumps continued to be manned - but there was 6 ft. For repairs, I presume. I am puzzled by the stated timings. The ship would seen to have travelled a very long way indeed in 22 plus hours from Fastnet Lighthouse to the grounding point in Cardigan Bay.

In , Andrada sailed from Antwerp to San Francisco in days. It is assumed that she foundered at sea between the Columbia entrance and Vancouver Island.

But is that so? Maybe some of the Lloyd's Register listings? A 3 masted fully-rigged ship. Built for 'Celtic Race' Co.

It was back at Newcastle ex Rio de Janeiro on Sep. There are many references to the vessel at Trove, Australia, frequently loading coal or grain for many different ports around the world.

Bob Hughes advises thanks Bob! Owen, presumably Griffith Owen , died at sea, when 10 days into a voyage from Liverpool to Sydney.

The vessel had encountered a terrific gale which lasted for two weeks. But 1 advises that the name change was in The vessel was sold, in , to Stranger and Co.

It made a number of voyages as Concordia to Australia. Out of register in I read, however, that in , Concordia , then a Norwegian sail training ship, went to Sydney as part of a round-the-world voyage with a cargo of Baltic timber.

It was manned by many cadets. The vessel was broken up in Germany in Q2 of The ownership detail is a little confusing. Can you provide any of the Lloyd's Register listings or otherwise clarify the ownership facts?

A 3 masted steel barque. Owned by Peter Iredale of Liverpool, or maybe by P. In her maiden voyage, Dovenby arrived at Sydney, Australia, on Jan.

The vessel was back in Sydney on Jul. It went on to Newcastle to load coal for San Francisco. It had a very varied cargo!

The vessel ran aground, off Wallaroo, South Australia 'S. The vessel was sunk on Nov. Dovenby was en route from Lobos de Afuera islands off the coast of Peru to London with a cargo of guano, with Captain Erikson in command.

One Dovenby crew member was drowned as a result. Can you provide any additional data? Or correct the above?

It would appear that the vessel had many owners. The vessel was built for P. Its first voyage was to India, returning to the U.

Lee, with a varied cargo. It left Sydney on Mar. The vessel put into Carthagona presumably Carthagena, Spain so the boy could receive care but he died there.

In , John Porter of Bebington, Cheshire was stated to be the vessel's managing owner. Times were tough in - Lodore was at Newcastle, NSW, for close to 4 months awaiting a cargo of coal, having arrived there on Aug.

It was, in fact, scheduled to soon load a cargo of coal for Callao, Peru, when on Nov. Thanks to Trove, Australia, I can show you one of their many stories about it.

The first gust blew the vessel over but it righted itself. There was no loss of life though a few crew members had difficulty in escaping the hull.

Local steamers soon ran excursion trips around the fallen barque for paying sightseers! A Court of Marine Inquiry hearing was held - nobody was found to be at fault.

Peter Callan was contracted to raise the vessel. The vessel was taken to Mort's Dock where repairs were effected - the hull however had not been damaged.

It left Sydney on May 6, This page advises that ' The underwriters paid a total loss. Mr Porter bought the underwriters rights in the hull, went out to Australia and salved the barque, which when refitted and trigged up he sold.

I rather doubt, however, if Mr. Porter physically made it to Newcastle, but it might have been possible in view of the May departure date ex Sydney.

Those purchasers would seem to have been 'The Ship "Lodore" Co. Steeves, also of Liverpool, the manager. The vessel continued to serve Australia at least thru In , 'The Ship "Lodore" Co.

Steeves, also of Liverpool, the vessel's manager. In , Carla was sold, for , kr. Larsen 'Larsen' , in command. While 9 indicates that no lives were lost, Jens Emanuelsen advises thanks!

As now confirmed at Trove. Jens adds i that his grandfather's family in Copenhagen, told that he had died, came home from a Temperance Society meeting to find him fast asleep in bed!

Can you provide additional data, Lloyd's Register listings or an image perhaps? It would seem that her maiden voyage, presumably with Captain F.

Patey in command, included visiting Portland, Oregon, U. Likely in late , Mowhan left Belfast with 2, tons of Irish soil as ballast.

They had fresh pork too - pigs were aboard the vessel also. Mowhan was a frequent visitor to Australia - Trove has many references to the vessel over the years few references re Oceana.

When the freight markets came under great pressure, the vessel was sold, on Mar. Gesellschaft von ', per Miramar ' Co.

In , presumably before such sale, John Porter of Liverpool was stated to be the vessel's managing owner. Which port would seem to have been Antofagasta , in northern Chile, where she remained undamaged.

It was broken up at Alicante, Spain, in or maybe in There is a model of the vessel in the Sunderland Museum, I am advised.

Is it possible that any site visitor can confirm that the vessel was truly renamed as indicated above when it became Italian owned as a war reparation?

I am unable to access any data to confirm such renaming. Maybe Lloyd's Registers or Italian sources might confirm the name change?

With a magnificent interior. A 3 masted fully rigged steel ship. Built for 'Naworth Castle Ship Co. In the early minutes of Sep. Naworth Castle was ex Bombay, India, with a cargo of linseed.

Francis Canese, the captain of Otarama was held to be at fault as was Edwin Goude or Goudge, the mate of Naworth Castle - both were censured.

The vessel was back in Australia in - at Adelaide for orders - it left Adelaide on Nov. And was at Newcastle again in Aug. The voyage apparently took days - it was, I read , the last west-east passage of Cape Horn from a west coast port by any sailing ship.

It presumably would have arrived at Falmouth soon after Jan. The vessel then sailed to Leith, Scotland, to load a cargo of coal for Hamburg.

What seems then to have happened is that on Feb. The boat was badly damaged. Leith is on the S. The vessel was driven that far off course by the elements?

At link 7 the wreck is possibly now located. Per 1 data re sinking , 2 a fine crew image, c. Conway Castle must have traded with Washington State, U.

It certainly traded frequently with Australia. There are many references to the vessel at Trove, Australia.

In , the barque left Maryport, Wales, for Townsville, Queensland, with a cargo of rails. In , the vessel left Barry, Wales, for Callao, Peru.

None of those locations seem to agree with one another! So I feel unable to tell you where it actually happened. Can anybody help me be more accurate?

She tried to make it to a Chilean port, Chile being then a neutral country. Not Larton as per link 5.

Lorton is presumably not the barque of the name that was owned by P. The Conway Castle crew, who had been well treated aboard Dresden , would appear to have arrived at Valparaiso on Mar.

That bell was later recovered by Francisco Ayarza from the wreck of Dresden , itself sunk on Mar. Dresden , badly damaged by gunfire - the neutrality of Chile being ignored - was scuttled by charges set by its crew.

The sinking is covered in a number of books, none of which I have yet been able to read. Mike Jagoe, of Tasmania, seeks a good image of the 'Borstel' artwork.

Did that in fact occur? The vessel had four later name changes - in the vessel was sold to J. We thank Miramar for their ownership detail.

The vessel was still operating in the early s. It was broken up at Barcelona, Spain, in Feb. Per 1 extensive Banderas history, in Spanish, image, crew images etc.

Do visit the page , 2 link 1, 'Google' translated into English , 3 'uboat. Vascongada served ports in U. The vessel, I read, frequently carried iron ore from Bilbao to the U.

The vessel had been hit 17 times, underwater, by German gunfire. In , I think on Feb. Banderas , which needed extensive repairs to fix the resulting damage, made it to La Rochelle, France.

However, it would also seem that most Vascongada vessels were moored in the U. At dawn on Feb. He would appear to have ignored the vessel's running lights.

A few days later, on Feb. Frank Parish was the Chairman of Buenos, hence the vessel's name. Likely used to carry coal for the company's Argentinean railways.

A sister to Tandil. One of the 5, a gunner, later died. The submarine they both fired upon proved, unfortunately, not to be UB but rather Watt , an Allied French submarine, which had been hunted by mistake.

In , the vessel was sold to Morrison Steamship Co. In , the vessel was sold to 'Parobrodarsko drustvo "Marovic" S. Atlantic crossings, extensive service on the eastern seaboard of North America, service to France in late , to W.

It was scrapped, in Yugoslavia, in Q1 of Per 1 wreck data, Tandil , 2 'uboat. Now there used to be a Spanish language page at 'www.

I cannot find a replacement for this old link. Sister to Frank Parish. Why was it delivering coal to Portland?

A staging area perhaps for France? Many references indicated that the submarine was U , but Michael Lowery at 1 indicates: The submarine, whichever it was, did not make it back to home base so no data is available from German U-boat records.

The webmaster has not been able to access any relevant editions of Lloyd's Register, alas. In the original the page has a link which the webmaster cannot access.

Can anybody tell us what exactly happened on both occasions? I have read no detail as to the circumstances, but have seen the sinking described as 'another regrettable mistake', presumably because the ship's owners were Greeks of the Ottoman Empire rather than Greeks of the Kingdom of Greece which was at war with Germany.

Gansser, in his WW1 career, sank a total of 58 ships - while U , with its various commanders, sank a total of 85 vessels.

It would appear that no lives were lost in the Zarifis sinking - its crew were landed at Malta. The sinking occurred at Much of the above data is thanks to George Bonanos, great grandson of Leonidas Zarifi.

An image of the ship, perhaps. A cargo ship which was launched on Mar. Per 1 'theshipslist', J. Harrison, Harcroft , 2 uboat. Incharran , it would seem, was registered under the name of Rover with Hamilton serving as her managers.

James Smith advises that i on Jul. Cartright her manager, v on Mar. Cartright still the manager. In , Kyle Transport Co. Harrison of Liverpool was the manager.

In , the vessel was transferred to Saint Line Ltd. In , the vessel was sold to 'Clydesdale Shipowners' Co.

The ship was, I read [ Aboukir 3 ] scuttled to avoid capture - at Calamotta Bay. Had the vessel become an Allied vessel, I wonder? I presume that it must have been so.

Was the vessel later raised? But that may have been so for other reasons, I presume. A most difficult vessel to WWW search for, in all of its three names.

Built for 'Ogmore Steam Ship Co. In , the vessel was sold to 'Scarisbrick Steamship Co. In , the vessel was renamed Clayton.

In , Carl S. Morgan is recorded as the vessel's manager. In , the vessel was sold to 'Claymore Shipping Co.

Were there corporate changes perhaps? It would seem, if I understand the data correctly in translation, that as a result of the explosion, the ship broke amidships from the deck level downwards but did not immediately sink.

It did sink later, 8 hours after the explosion, in which 3 crewmen were injured. It is not particularly easy to WWW translate Swedish texts.

Per 1 'Sunderland Echo' re grounding , 2 'plimsollshipdata. I had read that the vessel was built for 'Tyneside Line Ltd. But it was owned by 'The Screw Collier Co.

Can anybody provide the Lloyd's Register entry in or Certainly Screw owned it in Tully is recorded as the vessel's manager.

Can anybody tell us about her WW1 service? It would seem, modest snippet image below , that the vessel was seized at Hamburg, Germany, on Aug.

The vessel served Germany as a naval collier during WW1. Something happened to her at Libau, Latvia?

Returned to British owners on Dec. In , the vessel was sold or transferred to Tyneside Line Ltd. In , the vessel was sold to 'Tyne and Wear Shipping Co.

Edwin Edwards was recorded as the vessel's manager in The following convoy, appears not to be included in the The vessel is advised to have been in Convoy FS.

Both would seem to have completed the voyage, but Vega may have been the more damaged - her later repairs took 12 days.

And, about a week later, similarly arrived at Southend, in FTC. Have not read the circumstances in either case. Dawson was stated to be her manager.

Gardner awarded the OBE - when I wonder, not for this matter! Thanks to Harold Appleyard, we have a dramatic image of her on the rocks at left.

And there, I presume, to load her cargo of coal for London. A large image of Regfos aground in can be seen here on the 'Facebook', 'Sunderland Tugs and Shipbuilding in pictures' site, thanks to Linda Roy.

Do see it in 'Photo Viewer'. The WWW record for this vessel is modest. Another image of the vessel aground, maybe?

Limited data is available. The vessel had a short life, about 8 months only it would appear. Per 1 the launch of Carterwell. Built for 'The Northern Steamship Co.

Were they the owners also? No lives were lost. I wonder how the crew made a safe landfall. The image at left relates to a beautiful painted wooden model of the ship, sold at Edinburgh, Scotland, on Jun.

In a mahogany case cm. It sold for GBP 2, Need help in tracking The Northern Steamship Co. Per 1 [Johnston Line, Oakmore 2 ], 2 [Harrison, Harpagus 2 ], 3 to Argentina in , 4 court case , 5 'convoyweb.

See footnote , 7 'plimsollshipdata. In , Robert Sargeant was the vessel's manager. Harrison, maybe by 'J. One voyage at least from Marseilles, France, to New York.

In the vessel was renamed Harpagus. Per Miramar owned by Willis Steamship Co. Out of register in , I read, presumably when sold that year to 'D.

It was refloated on Aug. Gulf ports to Japan. The vessel was described as being ' in appearance old and rusty, and its loading equipment was not in good condition '.

The vessel was re-floated on Nov. It would seem that the whole convoy returned to Cape Breton. If the vessel indeed was lost on Nov.

James Westoll Line , of Sunderland. The vessel was sold in , to 'J. The owner had become 'J. The vessel was sold, in , to G. On May 24, , the vessel arrived at Trieste, Italy, to be broken up.

The WWW record for this ship is most limited. Can you add anything! A cargo ship, a collier. But delivered on Sep. Alexander Shaw had become the manager.

I have found no data about the vessel's service thru to WW2. Just 5 WW2 convoy references. The vessel was independent in the Indian Ocean for virtually all of WW2 until, that is, the vessel was sunk in , though on a couple of occasions, it would seem to have entered the eastern Mediterranean.

The vessel left Madras on Nov. Both torpedoes hit their target with the second ' causing vital damage to the engine room '.

Cranfield sank - at I read that 9 of the crew, all Indian seamen, lost their lives. I have read no detail however - the cargo, the circumstances, the name of the Cranfield captain, etc.

Did Cranfield 's captain survive? The WWW record for this ship is truly most limited. A standard 'A' class cargo ship. In , Robert S.

Dalgliesh is recorded as the vessel's manager. Have found no data about its service thru to WW2. I read that in , the vessel was transferred to 'Watergate Steam Shipping Co.

Dalgliesh or maybe by R. But it clearly must have been earlier - in it would seem. Also service to S. The vessel carried such varied cargoes as grains, steel, lumber, scrap iron, iron ore, bauxite etc.

William Mouat was in command with a crew of 48 including 7 gunners. It joined convoy SC which had started at New York, a slow convoy of, when complete, 57 vessels.

That number may be a little off, the matter is not that simple! An appalling loss of life - all 49 aboard Ashworth were lost as were 19 aboard Fagersten.

The number of lives lost ex Senta seems not to be known. The WWW record for this ship is quite limited. Can you add to or correct the above?

A community on the River Esk, just up river from Whitby. Rowland was, I read, a tramp ship company that traded worldwide. In , William A. In , William Headlam alone was the manager.

The other voyages were principally U. I read that Patton was later? The vessel may however have joined the convoy later, on Oct.

En route to Demerara, Guyana, via Barbados with a general cargo. The convoy dispersed on Nov. Two further shots, at 7. Described at 10 as 'corrugated'.

Perhaps built based on the 'Monitor corrugated design'? I had asked here if anybody could explain the meaning of those terms as they relate to this vessel.

Built for Tyneside Line Ltd. The vessel needed engine work, done at Barry, Wales, in Mar. Baron 'Siegfried von Forstner' 'Forstner' in command.

The next wave smashed it against the side of the ship, crushing twelve men '. U had sunk, on Feb. U had been hunted, I read, in 7 prolonged depth charge attacks.

For his actions, Forstner was awarded the Knight's Cross. Much of the above text was derived from 'Google snippets', easily misinterpreted.

Described at 7 as 'corrugated'. See here re 'corrugated'. There are no WW2 convoy references for the vessel. Robison in command, a crew of 34 all told.

Presumably Newton Beech had thought she was a French battleship. A distress signal was broadcast, with the vessel's position, but it would seem the signal was not acted upon.

A prize crew boarded Newton Beech , recovered the ship's papers but Three days later, on Oct. I have also read that a bomb was exploded alongside Newton Beech.

The other 4 Newton Beech crew members, i. A coastal village located 3 miles N. I have not read of her service prior to WW2. Atlantic, returning with either grain or sugar.

All 4 westbound voyages were, it would appear independent. She left Liverpool on Oct. Atlantic, NW of Ireland. The crew abandoned ship in 3 lifeboats.

However five crew members names were lost, when their boat got separated in the mist. A strange coincidence if you will, is that an built Sandsend was sunk by a submarine of almost identical number, UC , in WW1.

A refrigerated cargo ship with accommodation for 12 passengers. From 1 [Cairn Line, Cairnesk 3 ], 2 'convoyweb. Am advised there is an image in this Norman Middlemiss volume.

Cairn Line, of Newcastle. In , Sir William J. Noble and Thomas R. Cairns were stated to be the vessel's managers. In Thomas R.

Cairns alone was listed as the manager. Must have been a 'lucky' ship. And sold in to 'Compania de Navegacion Tortuga S.

From 1 [Cairn Line, Cairnglen 2 ], 2 'convoyweb. Cairn Line which served Canada. It would seem that Cairnglen suffered minor damage when it hit an iceberg on Jul.

In calm seas, the vessel ran onto a reef close to Camel Island, ripping plates for almost all of her length.

An image at left shows that rescue - but surely what is depicted is not a bosun's chair, is it? Interestingly, that same long gone site stated that the incident is said to have inspired Winston Churchill's famous wartime Parliamentary address when he referred to 'pulling together to save the country's bacon.

The wreck lies today in 8 metres of water at Your contribution would be most welcome. Per 1 6 wonderful images of the sinking of Streonshalh , 2 Dec.

In , William Headlam alone was recorded as the manager. No WW2 convoy references re the vessel at 'convoyweb. Streonshalh of course sank, at Admiral Graf Spee anchored at neutral Montevideo after that battle.

Highland Chieftain carried the crew of Streonshalh , who had been well treated indeed by Langsdorff, as had all of his many prisoners, back to Britain.

Duncan image of the ship exists - a modest version of it is here. Can you add or correct anything! But beware the data.

A mixed up page 'vessel-name' wise, which, as I read it, includes Thomas Ludlow as being master of Manistee , 8 'plimsollshipdata.

She would seem, however, to have been later repaired at Esquimalt, B. Part of what I read is here ex a site most difficult of access.

A few items ex Australian newspapers - i probably in late , the vessel was struck by a bolt of lightning when in the Bay of Biscay.

The vessel visited Auckland, New Zealand, on Oct. In , William P. Thurston was stated to be the vessel's manager. Frequently a straggler it would appear.

One Stanhall life was lost in the sinking. The convoy dispersed on Jan. It returned, repaired, to the Clyde.

There are a great many WWW references that state that the date was, instead, Feb. And that she was rather sunk by U , which also attacked convoy OB Per 1 extensive data, images, names of 25 of the lost , 2 'uboat.

As this page is updated, in late Apl. Forgive me if I invite you to find it for yourself. Built for United British Steamship Co.

It was the first motor ship in the Court Line fleet. The vessel, apparently, was not laid up during the Depression. It would seem, ex Trove, Australia, that the vessel carried a great many cargoes of Australian wheat in the years from thru The vessel was sunk on its 3rd eastbound crossing proceeding independently.

America Los Angeles, Vancouver, Victoria, etc. Alfred Stuart was in command, with a crew of 44 all told, including gunners.

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First a few images. Hover your mouse over each thumbnail to read the subject matter. Alan Vickers has kindly provided scans of two pages from that issue, a two-page spread about the history of 'Pickersgill', derived from the manuscripts of James W.

These two pages summarise what Corder wrote about the history of the 'Pickersgill' businesses over the years, as you can see here.

The 'Corder' data is not yet included below. The yard moved to Southwick in On the north bank of the river, just west of where the Queen Alexandra Bridge was later built in Soon after the move, the partnership with William Miller came to an end when he moved away to Gloucester to open a shipyard there.

We thank Michael Hopps, Miller's great-great-grandson, for providing that snippet of data. The ongoing business then became 'Pickersgill' family solely.

I have not read who was in command in the intervening years. On July 22, , one of the worst accidents in Sunderland shipbuilding history occurred at the 'Pickersgill' yard.

A gangway leading to Cairnglen , due to be launched 4 days later, collapsed fortunately gradually under the collective weight of about workmen. William is at left above, while a memorial erected in Bishopwearmouth Cemetery in his memory, indeed in memory of all who died in Sunderland shipyard accidents, is at right in a larger size here.

Crossley Eggleston, aged 42, died just 90 minutes after his fall. A sad day indeed. In a strange aspect of the accident, many of the men on the gangway were painters carrying open pots of paint.

Nobody was found to be at fault though the gangway would seem to have been overloaded. The deaths were ruled by the Coroner to be 'accidental'.

I learn of this sad history thanks to Tom Minogue, of Dunfermline, Scotland. William Young was his grandfather.

You can read more about the accident here , in a Jul. I have read that Pickersgill's built furniture in the inter-war years. Can anyone tell us more about that?

But I believe that that map has the main Pickersgill yard in the wrong spot. The ex Priestman yard became known as the 'West Yard'.

And the prior existing facilities became known as the 'East Yard'. The 'East Yard' was, per 'Billhawk', on the N. Per the second comment to this image.

In September , the company merged with S. Derek Holcroft has kindly come to our rescue re the first William Pickersgill, by providing fine images of his gravesite in the churchyard of Southwick's Holy Trinity Church.

He died on Sep. So his date of birth would be c. Data on the second William Pickersgill will hopefully become available in the future.

A build list for 'Pickersgill' can be found on site here. Miramar lists, highest hull number on page. As I find them. In a table in build date sequence.

And alphabetic within a year. A wooden 3 masted schooner, though 'Mystic' describes the vessel as a bark. Per 1 data , 2 Indiana , 3 Mystic Seaport - many 'ship register' references from thru , 4 wreck report ex 5 , 6 loss , 7 Court of Inquiry wreck report 'pdf' available.

The vessel is not, at this time, Miramar listed. The Pickersgill 'build list' on this site p. But it would seem that is not exactly so.

Seed, of Fleetwood, which surely means Thomas Seed. It is likely, however, that T. Seed was the principal of FleetwoodShipping, which company had many ships built by Pickersgill, including vessels named Thomas C.

Different data is recorded at 3 search for the vessel name. Frans Oskar Melander was in command, while Norris, said to have recently acquired the vessel, was a passenger.

Indiana was bound from London left Mar. She intended to visit Mauritius to pick up a cargo of sugar for NZ or maybe for Australia. The vessel sprang a leak in a heavy gale, a gale which badly effected shipping along the U.

Five of the crew made it to the passing Grijalva , a Liverpool barquentine, but their boat stove in alongside that vessel. Boats from Grijalva , therefore, rescued the rest of those aboard 4 in 2 journeys.

As the last boat left the sinking ship there was an explosion aboard Indiana. Note that link 2 rather says that the crew were rescued after 5 days by Fifeshire.

Can you provide additional data? A wooden 3 masted barquentine. Per 1 ownership data, Coppename , 2 'wrecksite. The only reference I can spot to the meaning of 'Coppename' is that there is a river of the name in Suriname, on the Caribbean coast of South America.

Could it be that Pearson traded to Suriname? The webmaster has a few editions of Lloyd's Register available to him, visible at left. Malandain' of Fecamp was recorded Lloyd's Register as the vessel's then owner.

Crundall owned a fleet of colliers, I read. At an even later date, the vessel was sold to George Nicholls, of Folkestone, Kent. Certainly Nicholls was the managing owner of the Dover registered vessel in link 2 , in which year, I read, the vessel was delisted insert Coppename to locate ref.

George Nicholls apparently owned 22 of the 64 shares with Charles J. Elliott splitting the the other 42 shares.

What later happened to her, I wonder? Such sale had been approved by the Board of Trade on Nov. Was there any loss of life? We thank Celia Gibb for her help in advancing the above listing.

And we also thank David Tranter who has kindly provided data, now incorporated above, ex ' Closing Down Sail ' by W. The second iron ship built by 'W.

Pickersgill, the founder of the business, was killed during the course of the vessel's construction.

In , the vessel was sold to R. Couppa' rather than 'R. In the vessel was sold again, to C. Maybe ' Sofhia Malandrachi'.

The vessel was sold for the last time, in , to H. Hecht of Germany possibly? Any loss of life? An iron steamer, schooner rigged.

Foscolino put into Brest, seriously damaged. It was en route from Bilbao, Spain, to Amsterdam with a cargo of iron ore. Both masters were held to be at fault for 'not reversing their engines in addition to stopping.

Joseph Watson Thirkell was in command with a crew of 16 all told. The vessel was laid up in the Tyne in I read that the vessel became out of register in - I wonder why - another change of ownership perhaps?

In the vessel was sold to E. Built, for the South American trade, for S. The vessel was named Samanco by Mrs G. Its first voyage would seem to have been to Valparaiso, Chile, Captain Bell in command, with a general cargo.

The vessel ran aground in , due to a navigational error, near Carnsore Point, south east tip of Ireland, while en route from Liverpool to Callao, Peru, with a cargo of coal.

In George P. Wakeham was recorded as the vessel's managing owner. And in , Harold Wakeham, also of Liverpool was listed as the vessel's managing owner.

A long expired eBay item thanks scott-base! Ernest Wells would seem to have been the 2nd mate's name. I read insert that the vessel became out of register in And that that vessel was sunk by gunfire N.

Can you clarify the facts? A 3 masted barque. I read insert that the vessel became out of register in , presumably when sold to French owners.

Nazaire, France, to Guadeloupe, the vessel nearly sank in a hurricane. The masts were all gone perhaps.

It was able to make Funchal, Madiera Islands, on Jan. She was then shelled until she sank. No loss of life. I presume the crew made it to shore in small boats.

Or maybe at Are the facts correct as I have recorded them above? A 3 masted iron 'clipper' barque. Per 1 launch ex 2 at page , 3 data, in Norwegian, ex 4 a 'doc' file , 5 Miramar, link, you now must be registered to access.

Ordered for the South American trade. The vessel was initially registered, however, in the name of G.

Wakeham but soon was transferred into the name of WakehamCo. Possibly named after 'Port Chala' Peru? Watson was her first Captain.

The vessel was sold, in Sep. Have not read exactly where it happened, the circumstances, rescue efforts or any loss of life, etc.

Can you add to the above? Per 1 image, as a fully rigged ship - ex State Library of Victoria , 2 launch, ex 'Marine Engineer' , 3 data, in Norwegian, ex 4 a 'doc' file 36 , 5 Miramar, link, you now must be registered to access.

The webmaster has just a few editions of Lloyd's Register available to him - at left. The vessel was launched on Sep. It returned to Valparaiso.

Chepica visited Australia once again, from London in I read insert that the vessel became out of register in , presumably when sold to Norwegian owners.

I have previously referred here to J. Mathiassen of Norway as possibly owning the vessel, and that there were other Norwegian owners also - as per a long expired eBay listing.

But that eBay reference seems to have been incorrect. A snippet reference, however, states that Bris was rather bound from Baltimore, U. Bang of Grimstad was the vessel's then owner.

Can you tell us about the collision circumstances or otherwise add to or correct the above text? An iron cargo ship. Per 1 ref.

Built for Thomas Seed, of Fleetwood, Lancashire. Christened by Mrs Seed, wife of the owner. Bond, of Fleetwood, was her first Captain.

It had been registered to them, I read, on Sep. Bickerstaff, also of Castletown, was the vessel's manager in Callow was the manager in I read insert that the vessel became out of register in , presumably when sold to French owners on May 7, , as next follows.

Gildas added that in there was an exhibition at Cabourg, on the Channel coast, which explored the maritime links between the N.

Can you add anything? A 3 masted iron barque. Per 1 launch ex 2 i. In , George P. Wakeham was recorded as being the vessel's managing owner.

A modest item - On Dec. I presume it must have encountered a major storm in the S. As per this report. In , Mrs E. Wakeham was recorded as the owner of the vessel with Howard Wakeham the manager.

I read that the registry was closed in , presumably when the barque was sold to Norwegian owners. In , the vessel was sold again, for , kr.

Severin Skougaard , of Kristiania Oslo , Norway, with no change of vessel name. The remaining crew made it safely to Utsira, Norway. A cargo ship which was launched on Oct.

Per 1 detailed history of the vessel, in Finnish, many images , 2 link 1 'Google' translated into English , 3 trial trip, 2 reports, Sicilia , 4 James Smith vessel study, Sicilia , 5 data, Cisil , 6 Lloyd's Register data, Cisil.

We thank the folks at 'http: Then became ON it would seem. James Smith advises that the vessel was requisitioned twice for WW1 service - on Jan. After the end of WW1, the vessel was returned, in , to its owner i.

Victor Ek, who was apparently killed on Nov. Soon thereafter, on Jun. The vessel was sold, on Jul. Corrections are invited to the above text.

A 4 masted steel barque. Lots of references to the vessel at Trove, Australia. Porter being the managing owner. On its maiden run, Drumalis left Sunderland on Oct.

To San Francisco again. Also in , an unusual voyage indeed. When they opened the hatches at Newcastle, they were surprised to find a fine crop of shamrocks growing in the soil.

The vessel arrived at Port Pirie in Mar. Then to Antwerp, probably with grain. In May , the vessel was chartered to carry , cases of case oil from New York to Sydney or Newcastle.

The ship eventually went to pieces. Now we had a mystery re the above account of the loss of the vessel. Melanie Cottreau was in touch thanks Melanie!

Atkinson, was given a watch by the Government of Canada re his part in the rescue of the crew of Drumalis.

Dated Ottawa, April What happened was that all aboard took to three boats, only two of which landed safely at that location. The third boat, under the command of first officer William F.

A landing was attempted on a beach in heavy surf but they put back out to sea considering the place to be too dangerous. Several times they approached the coast but were unable to land.

A rescue boat from Stoney Island, under the command of Howard Atkinson, found the badly leaking boat, 5 miles off Cape Sable. Hence the award of the watch referred to above, a silver hunting watch.

A 4 masted barque. Per 1 data , 2 image at Oakland Pier, California - view resource but see left , 3 data page , 4 maiden voyage, at article bottom , 5 in port for 2 years awaiting a cargo , 5 Court of Inquiry report re the Mar.

William Roberts, the managing owners, of Liverpool. But per ' wrecksite. The vessel was engaged in the grain trade to San Francisco.

The vessel's maiden voyage was to Sydney, Australia, said to be under the command of G. It would seem that the vessel was at Martinez, Sacramento River, California, for 2 years thru , early for sure, awaiting a cargo.

How distressing - a brand new vessel no less, but she was not alone there! Arthur Adams, the vessel's initial captain, was in command, with a crew of 30 all told.

Efforts were made to back the vessel off but without success. A Salvage Association vessel arrived from Liverpool on Mar.

Andrada was taking on a little water, but with the help of the Salvage Association's men, the water was kept under control.

The pumps continued to be manned - but there was 6 ft. For repairs, I presume. I am puzzled by the stated timings. The ship would seen to have travelled a very long way indeed in 22 plus hours from Fastnet Lighthouse to the grounding point in Cardigan Bay.

In , Andrada sailed from Antwerp to San Francisco in days. It is assumed that she foundered at sea between the Columbia entrance and Vancouver Island.

But is that so? Maybe some of the Lloyd's Register listings? A 3 masted fully-rigged ship. Built for 'Celtic Race' Co. It was back at Newcastle ex Rio de Janeiro on Sep.

There are many references to the vessel at Trove, Australia, frequently loading coal or grain for many different ports around the world. Bob Hughes advises thanks Bob!

Owen, presumably Griffith Owen , died at sea, when 10 days into a voyage from Liverpool to Sydney. The vessel had encountered a terrific gale which lasted for two weeks.

But 1 advises that the name change was in The vessel was sold, in , to Stranger and Co. It made a number of voyages as Concordia to Australia.

Out of register in I read, however, that in , Concordia , then a Norwegian sail training ship, went to Sydney as part of a round-the-world voyage with a cargo of Baltic timber.

It was manned by many cadets. The vessel was broken up in Germany in Q2 of The ownership detail is a little confusing.

Can you provide any of the Lloyd's Register listings or otherwise clarify the ownership facts? A 3 masted steel barque.

Owned by Peter Iredale of Liverpool, or maybe by P. In her maiden voyage, Dovenby arrived at Sydney, Australia, on Jan. The vessel was back in Sydney on Jul.

It went on to Newcastle to load coal for San Francisco. It had a very varied cargo! The vessel ran aground, off Wallaroo, South Australia 'S. The vessel was sunk on Nov.

Dovenby was en route from Lobos de Afuera islands off the coast of Peru to London with a cargo of guano, with Captain Erikson in command.

One Dovenby crew member was drowned as a result. Can you provide any additional data? Or correct the above? It would appear that the vessel had many owners.

The vessel was built for P. Its first voyage was to India, returning to the U. Lee, with a varied cargo. It left Sydney on Mar.

The vessel put into Carthagona presumably Carthagena, Spain so the boy could receive care but he died there. In , John Porter of Bebington, Cheshire was stated to be the vessel's managing owner.

Times were tough in - Lodore was at Newcastle, NSW, for close to 4 months awaiting a cargo of coal, having arrived there on Aug.

It was, in fact, scheduled to soon load a cargo of coal for Callao, Peru, when on Nov. Thanks to Trove, Australia, I can show you one of their many stories about it.

The first gust blew the vessel over but it righted itself. There was no loss of life though a few crew members had difficulty in escaping the hull.

Local steamers soon ran excursion trips around the fallen barque for paying sightseers! A Court of Marine Inquiry hearing was held - nobody was found to be at fault.

Peter Callan was contracted to raise the vessel. The vessel was taken to Mort's Dock where repairs were effected - the hull however had not been damaged.

It left Sydney on May 6, This page advises that ' The underwriters paid a total loss. Mr Porter bought the underwriters rights in the hull, went out to Australia and salved the barque, which when refitted and trigged up he sold.

I rather doubt, however, if Mr. Porter physically made it to Newcastle, but it might have been possible in view of the May departure date ex Sydney.

Those purchasers would seem to have been 'The Ship "Lodore" Co. Steeves, also of Liverpool, the manager. The vessel continued to serve Australia at least thru In , 'The Ship "Lodore" Co.

Steeves, also of Liverpool, the vessel's manager. In , Carla was sold, for , kr. Larsen 'Larsen' , in command. While 9 indicates that no lives were lost, Jens Emanuelsen advises thanks!

As now confirmed at Trove. Jens adds i that his grandfather's family in Copenhagen, told that he had died, came home from a Temperance Society meeting to find him fast asleep in bed!

Can you provide additional data, Lloyd's Register listings or an image perhaps? It would seem that her maiden voyage, presumably with Captain F.

Patey in command, included visiting Portland, Oregon, U. Likely in late , Mowhan left Belfast with 2, tons of Irish soil as ballast. They had fresh pork too - pigs were aboard the vessel also.

Mowhan was a frequent visitor to Australia - Trove has many references to the vessel over the years few references re Oceana. When the freight markets came under great pressure, the vessel was sold, on Mar.

Gesellschaft von ', per Miramar ' Co. In , presumably before such sale, John Porter of Liverpool was stated to be the vessel's managing owner. Which port would seem to have been Antofagasta , in northern Chile, where she remained undamaged.

It was broken up at Alicante, Spain, in or maybe in There is a model of the vessel in the Sunderland Museum, I am advised. Is it possible that any site visitor can confirm that the vessel was truly renamed as indicated above when it became Italian owned as a war reparation?

I am unable to access any data to confirm such renaming. Maybe Lloyd's Registers or Italian sources might confirm the name change?

With a magnificent interior. A 3 masted fully rigged steel ship. Built for 'Naworth Castle Ship Co. In the early minutes of Sep.

Naworth Castle was ex Bombay, India, with a cargo of linseed. Francis Canese, the captain of Otarama was held to be at fault as was Edwin Goude or Goudge, the mate of Naworth Castle - both were censured.

The vessel was back in Australia in - at Adelaide for orders - it left Adelaide on Nov. And was at Newcastle again in Aug.

The voyage apparently took days - it was, I read , the last west-east passage of Cape Horn from a west coast port by any sailing ship.

It presumably would have arrived at Falmouth soon after Jan. The vessel then sailed to Leith, Scotland, to load a cargo of coal for Hamburg.

What seems then to have happened is that on Feb. The boat was badly damaged. Leith is on the S. The vessel was driven that far off course by the elements?

At link 7 the wreck is possibly now located. Per 1 data re sinking , 2 a fine crew image, c. Conway Castle must have traded with Washington State, U.

It certainly traded frequently with Australia. There are many references to the vessel at Trove, Australia.

In , the barque left Maryport, Wales, for Townsville, Queensland, with a cargo of rails. In , the vessel left Barry, Wales, for Callao, Peru. None of those locations seem to agree with one another!

So I feel unable to tell you where it actually happened. Can anybody help me be more accurate? She tried to make it to a Chilean port, Chile being then a neutral country.

Not Larton as per link 5. Lorton is presumably not the barque of the name that was owned by P. The Conway Castle crew, who had been well treated aboard Dresden , would appear to have arrived at Valparaiso on Mar.

That bell was later recovered by Francisco Ayarza from the wreck of Dresden , itself sunk on Mar. Dresden , badly damaged by gunfire - the neutrality of Chile being ignored - was scuttled by charges set by its crew.

The sinking is covered in a number of books, none of which I have yet been able to read. Mike Jagoe, of Tasmania, seeks a good image of the 'Borstel' artwork.

Did that in fact occur? The vessel had four later name changes - in the vessel was sold to J. We thank Miramar for their ownership detail. The vessel was still operating in the early s.

It was broken up at Barcelona, Spain, in Feb. Per 1 extensive Banderas history, in Spanish, image, crew images etc. Do visit the page , 2 link 1, 'Google' translated into English , 3 'uboat.

Vascongada served ports in U. The vessel, I read, frequently carried iron ore from Bilbao to the U. The vessel had been hit 17 times, underwater, by German gunfire.

In , I think on Feb. Banderas , which needed extensive repairs to fix the resulting damage, made it to La Rochelle, France.

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