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MAJESTIC H120
Built
1890
Cochrane, Hamilton, Cooper & Schofield Grovehill Beverley
Off Number
98714
Length Ft
105.4
Tons Gross
152
Yard Number
41
Breadth Ft
20.0
Tons Net
56
Launched
29 10 1890
Depth
11.0
Hp
50 HP
Registered
30 12 1890
Engine Builder
C D Holmes
Knots
10.0 K
Registered MAJESTIC H120 Owners 30 12 1890 John Kelsall, 108 High Street Manchester
    Collision 17 Oct 1892 Liverpool. Run into by SS Ferrie of Belfast.
    Owners 1895 Transfered to Fleetwood
    Owners 23 01 1897 Kelsall Brothers & Beeching Manchester
    Register 27 08 1897 Hull Register closed
  MAJESTIC FD181 Register 04 09 1897 Registered Fleetwood
    Owners 1899 Transfered to Hull
    Owners 24 03 1899 Fleetwood register closed
  MAJESTIC H444 Register 13 04 1899 Registered Hull
    Collision 25 03 1901 1am Damage to stern & plates. Collision with unknown steamer
    Owners 22 10 1904 Part of the Hull Fleet shelled by Russian Warships At the enquiry the skipper stated he was under fire for a considerable time approx 20 min his steering gear been damaged and two small shots through the mainsail
    Collision 07 Dec 1908 River Humber Collision with the SS Retford
    Owners 1912 James S McGillivray, McDuff
  MAJESTIC BF478 Register 04 05 1912 Hull Register closed   /   05 1912 Registered Banff as drifter
    Owners 05 1917 H Smethurst Grimsby - Banff register closed
  MAJESTIC GY1054 Register 25 05 1917 Registered Grimsby as a Trawler
    Owners 28 11 1917 Frank Crimlis Grimsby
  SUNFLAME GY1054 Owners 09 05 1918 A W Green Grimsby - Renamed July 1918
    Owners 01 1920 Great Yarmouth Steam Trawlers Ltd - Gt Yarmouth -
  SUNFLAME YH229 Register 14 01 1920 Grimsby register closed / 19 01 1920 Registered Gt Yarmouth
    Register 26 10 1926 Yarmouth register closed broken up
Fate : 1926 Broken up
Admiralty Requisition
Pennant No
Role
Returned
 

 

Surname
Christian
Age
Vessel
Birth Pl
Occupation
Date/ Scource
Detail
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MYERS JOHN BEN 34 MAJESTIC H120 . Visitor 24 08 1895 Vessel Log 25 Jan 1896:    24/8/95 B Myers, extra hand. At 5 am the master on entering the cabin of the deceased found that he had fallen out of his berth and was lying on his face dead. Memoranda by Skipper.
I hereby state we left Liverpool 21st having onboard a gentleman visitor appearing to be in good health. Up til the 23rd, from 11pm to 3am he was mad with delerium tremors and at midnight attempted to jump overboard. He was secured and placed in his cabin, he was last seen alive in his berth by the engineer at 3am on the 24th. I reported the death of B Myers to the Superintendent at Nayland on the 25th August who attended the inquest and he told me to make an entry on page 10. Myers was not really a member of the crew and I did not therefore report his engagement in August. His clothes & other belongings where handed over to the police at Nayland.
MYERS JOHN P . Fairfield Hotel Tranmere . Father . John Ben Myers was on his Holidays when he died
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WARELOW WILLIAM . MAJESTIC H120 . Skipper 08 Jul 1891 .
WORRELL W G . MAJESTIC H120 . Second Hand 08 Jul 1891 .
POTTER W . MAJESTIC H120 . Third Hand 08 Jul 1891 .
EDDOM R . MAJESTIC H120 . Fourth Hand 08 Jul 1891 .
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