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Aberdeen Built Ships
Aberdeen Press and Journal : Aberdeen Journals Ltd., Publisher.
Aberdeen Evening Express : Aberdeen Journals Ltd., Publisher.
Andrew Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne.
British Vessels Lost at Sea 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 : Patrick Stephens Ltd., now Haynes Publishing, Publisher.
British Warships 1914-1919: Dittmar and Colledge : Ian Allan Publishing Ltd., Publisher.
Customs and Excise Registers of Sea Fishing Boats
Fishing News, Intrafish, Publisher.
Gordon Smith, Naval-History.Net
Mariners Almanac : Aberdeen Journals Ltd., Publisher.
Mercantile Navy Lists via the CLIP Project.
Olsens Fishermans Nautical Almanack : E T W Dennis & Sons Ltd, Publisher.
Scotsman Archives: Johnstone Publications.
Tyne Built Ships
Warships of World War II : Lenton and Colledge : Ian Allan Publishing Ltd., Publisher.
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Owners & Port History
( chronological order)
1. Owner: Rushworth & Atkinson, Grimsby (John Edward Rushworth, Manager) 1905
|Official Number:||Port: Grimsby|
|122709||2. Owner: Rushworth Steam Fishing Co., ltd. (John Edward Rushworth, Manager) 1910|
1905 Smith’s Dock Co., ltd., Nirth Shields. Yd No 784
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|Steam screw ketch, 1st class, 8 men, trawl nets.||4. Owner:|
|120.2ft.loa., 22.0ft.b., 11.6ft.d.||5. Owner:|
|227grt., 111nrt.||6. Owner:|
|Steam engine; T3cyl; 58nhp.|
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|1905 to 1904|
1905 October 16th., launched.
1905, November completed and registered GY 88 Tubal Cain.
1914, August 7th., Off Iceland, Skipper Charles Smith; 14 crew; took fishing gear on board and preparing to light a buoy near which she intended to ‘dodge’ because a heavy sea was running; at 1900 she was stopped by the German auxiliary cruiser Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse 50 miles WNW of Stalberg, W Iceland. Crew ordered to take to their small boat. Sunk by gunfire at 2100.