Breadalbane GN 32

Built 1891     Scott & Sons Ltd, Bowling (Steel)
   
Yard No 85
   
Owner at New General Steam Fishing Co Ltd,  Edinburgh (John Scott manager)
   
ID no 97552
   
Launch Date 23.06.1891
   
Completed 07.1891
   
Gross Tons 115
   
Nett Tons 30
   
Engine 35 hp   C.2-cyl by W. Kemp Ltd, Glasgow
   
Length 91ft
   
Breadth 18ft
   
Depth 9.8ft
 

 

Owners  

13.07.1891

Registered at Granton GN 32.

04.03.1899

James Caw appointed manager.

1899

Skipper Edward Hayward fined 30 for illegal fishing within the three mile limit off Carnoustie Forfarshire.
09.11.1899 Collided with and sank the barge "Margaret Edward" (296g/1899)  being towed from Aberdeen to Newcastle midway between the Bell Rock Lighthouse & the May Island.
1916 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin, Granton Edinburgh (owner/manager).
29.05.1917 Requisitioned as Fishery Reserve Vessel.
13.04.1917 James McIntyre (33) Skipper, Newhaven & John Turnbull 2nd Eng, killed in submarine attack (UC41) by gunfire16 miles from St. Abbs Head; vessel towed back to Granton.
1919 Returned to Owners.
28.02.1919 Thomas L. Devlin deceased (Trustees - Grace Darney Devlin ( his wife); John Inglis, Peebles.  Alex Stewart ( R. C. Priest) St Mary's Cathedral House Edinburgh)).
22.11.1919 Owned by Thomas Wood & Others, Aberdeen (Thomas Wood manager).
21.01.1920 Owned by Thomas Wood & John William Johnstone, Aberdeen (Thomas Wood manager).
21.01.1920 Granton registry closed.
21.01.1920 Registered at Aberdeen A. 281.
07.05.1920 Owned by John Gove & John William Johnstone, Aberdeen (P & J. Johnstone managers).
30.11.1920 Wrecked in heavy weather off  Lossiemouth Harbour, crew all rescued by local Life Saving Apparatus.
14.02.1921 Aberdeen registry closed.
   
   
   
13th April 1917 Skipper James McIntyre 33yrs  1 Ann Street Leith y shell fire from German Submarine.