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IMPERIALIST H250
Built
1911
Cook Welton & Gemmell
Off Number
132242
Length Ft
140.0
Tons Gross
346
Yard Number
213
Breadth Ft
24.0
Tons Net
135
Launched
04 Mar 1911
Hp
87HP
Registered
02 May 1911
Engine Builder
Amos & Smith
Knots
11K
Registered IMPERIALIST H250 Owners 1911 Imperial Steam Fishing Co Ltd Hull
    Owners  
Fate : 06 09 1914 Sunk by mine 40 miles off Tynemouth 2 crew lost
 

 

Dec 1913

The Hull Trawler IMPERIALIST H250 which was homeward bound from the fishing ground, when she sighted distress rocket signals from the West Hartlepool Steamship OLDFIELD GRANGE about 90 miles from the Faroe Isles. The Olfield Grange was bound for Philadelphia and had broken her rudder shaft and in very heavy seas was disabled. . The CHALCEDONY H341 the EURIPEDES H959 also assisted the IMPERIALIST help save the OLDFIELD GRANGE and her crew of 36 when with the assistance of a gunboat they towed the vessel 95 miles to the Faroe Islands.

 

Surname
Christian
Age
Address / Vessel
Birth Pl
Occupation / Relationship
Date/ Scource
Detail
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WILKINSON CHARLES 23 IMPERIALIST H250 . Trimmer 09 Nov 1913 Lost overboard
. . . 4 Robert Ave Central St . . . .
WOOD
JOSEPH
42
IMPERIALIST H250
Skipper
06 Sept 1914
Lost when vessel mined
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13 Robert Ave, Central St Hull
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JACKSON THOMAS WILLIAM 38 IMPERIALIST H250 . Sparehand 06 Aug 1914 Husband of Elizabeth Jackson (nee Dale), of 5, John's Terrace, Walcott St., Hull - Son of Thomas and Lavinia Jackson
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