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MAGPIE H802
Built
1903
Goole Shipbuilding & Repair Co Ltd
Off Number
118796
Length Ft
140.0
Tons Gross
278
Yard Number
66
Breadth Ft
21.6
Tons Net
114
Launched
09 Nov 1903
Draught
10.4
Hp
75HP
Registered
24 12 1903
Engine Builder
Knots
K
Registered MAGPIE H802 Owners 24 12 1903 Kelsall Brothers & Beeching Ltd Hull
    Collision 25 11 1905 North Sea. Collision with Hull Trawler Martin H187. Top plate bent in on port side amidship
    Collision 27 08 1907 Collision with the sailing Barge Grattitude,Through the crew of the barge not taking notice of our signal.
  HMT MAGPIE Owners 1914 - 1915 Admiralty
  HMT MAGPIE II Owners 1915 - 1919 Admiralty
  MAGPIE H802 Owners Kelsall Brothers & Beeching Ltd Hull
  CRUDEN Owners 1929 Robert Taylor & Sons Dundee
    Owners  
Fate : 06 March 1930 Wrecked Scurdy Ness Point , Montrose
Admiralty Requisition
Pennant No
Role
Returned
1914
680
Minesweeper
1919
 

magpie h802

22 Oct 1904 The Magpie H802 during the attack on the Hull Trawler fleet by Russian warships. She was skippered by Mathew Peaker at the time and substained some damage.

 

Surname
Christian
Age
Vessel
Birth Pl
Occupation
Date/ Scource
Detail
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PEAKER MATHEW . MAGPIE H802 . Skipper Nov 1904 Witness at enquiry to Russian Outrage
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SCHOLFMAN CHARLES . MAGPIE H803 - Could be H311 . Second Engineer 18 Jul 1910 After a accident his wife was found dead at the foot of the stairs at home whilst he was away at sea on the Magpie.
. . . 27 Dorset Street Hull . . . .
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PEAKER MATTHEW . MAGPIE H802 . Skipper 13 July 1904 .
GOODCHILD H R . MAGPIE H802 . Second Hand 13 July 1904 .
HUMPHRY J . MAGPIE H802 . Bosun 13 July 1904 .
HARFORD E . MAGPIE H802 . A B 13 July 1904 .
FOLEY J . MAGPIE H802 . A B 13 July 1904 .
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SMITH GEORGE HENRY . MAGPIE H802 . . 14 09 1904 Official Log - 11 Jan 1905 :     14 09 1904 G H Smith attempted to commit suicide by drowning.  Certificates.
George Henry Smith, did not commit suicide, although it is true that he attempted it - he insists he remembers nothing of the occurence - he was picked up by the tug Goole no. 7 and landed at Hull & rejoined the fishing boat Magpie. Possibly the same George Henry Smith who was to die the following month as a result of the attack by Russian Warships on the Hull Fishing Fleet and who`s statue is on the Boulevard.
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