As  a cargo vesse for John E Crisp Unknown

 Annie Hope LH 55

Built 1881   Hawthorns & Co Ltd , Leith Edinburgh (Iron)
   
Yard No 3
   
Owner at New John W. Hope & Sons, Leith Edinburgh 
   
ID no 82017
   
Launch Date 03.01.1881
   
Completed 03.1881
   
Gross Tons 104
   
Nett Tons 41
   
Engine 17 hp  C.2-cyl  by Hawthorn & Co Ltd ,Leith Edinburgh.
   
Length 83.4ft
   
Breadth 17.6ft
   
Depth 8.5ft
   
Owners  
03.1881 Registered at Leith LH 55.
09.1881 Renamed "JEANNIE HOPE"
11.1881 Owned by Samuel D. Davidson, Leith Edinburgh.
1882 Lengthened to 83.4 ft (117g/63nrt) converted to cargo vessel..
19.12.1883 Advertised for sale (Scotsman) at the Corn Exchange, Leith on 29th Dec, upset price 1800.
12.1883 Owned by John Mitcheson, Newcastle.
01.1884 Owned by W. H. Poole, Newcastle.
1885 Owned by John E. Crisp, Beccles Suffolk.
1885 Leith Registry closed.
1885 Registered at Lowestoft.
24.11.1888 Driven ashore and onto the beach at the entrance to Lowestoft harbour.
25.11.1888 Refloated and returned to service.
1906 Owned by the General Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London (Charles H. Glyn manager).
1906 Lowestoft registry closed.
1906 Registered at London.
1914 Owned by William Jones, Lydney, Gloucester.
1914 Renamed  "LYD"
1918 Requisitioned as Harbour Patrol Vessel.
1919 Returned to Owners.
1930 Owned by J. Dutch, Dundee. 
1930 London registry closed.
1930 Registered at Dundee.
1945 Owned by I. A. Dutch,  Dundee.
28.08.1946 Sank at Perth Harbour, Scotland while loading with gravel.
1952 Scrapped