Chancellor  GN 7     

Built 1904    Hall  Russell  & Co Ltd,   Aberdeen  (Steel)
Yard No 384
Owner at New Thomas L. Devlin,   Granton Edinburgh (owner/manager) 
ID no 118156
Launch Date 24.10.1904
Completed 11.1904
Gross Tons 168
Nett Tons 64
Engine 58 hp    C.2-cyl by Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen
Length 105.3ft
Breadth 21.2ft
Depth 11.4ft


02.12.1904 Registered at Granton GN 7
27.11.1903 Skipper Small, ran ashore on the May Island Firth of Forth during thick fog, badly damaged she was later refloated.
06.1915 Requisitioned and converted to Boom Defence Vessel based at Scapa Flow Orkney. Later used as accommodation Vessel.
1919 Returned to Owners
28.02.1919 Thomas L. Devlin deceased, (Robert D. Devlin & Thomas L. Devlin Jnr managers) (Company Trustees -Grace Darney Devlin ( his wife); John Inglis, Peebles; Alex Stewart ( R. C. Priest) St Mary's Cathedral House Edinburgh)).
17.06.1919 Mortgaged by Thomas L. Devlin (Trustees), Granton Edinburgh (A).
17.06.1919 Mortgagee: John Inglis, Peebles, Peeblesshire.
08.02.1923 Mortgage (A) discharged upon the death of John Inglis
05.07.1923 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin & Sons, Granton Edinburgh (Robert D. Devlin & Thomas L. Devlin Jnr owner/managers).
12.09.1925 Ran ashore North of the Herwit Rock, Inchkeith Firth of Forth. Refloated but with a badly leaking forepeak taken to Granton and beached for repair.
11.11.1926 Following the death of Robert D. Devlin; Thomas L. Devlin Jnr becomes owner/ manager.
1927 Owned by James L. Inglis, Leith Edinburgh (owner/manager).
1934 Owned by Alexander King & J. V. Hepburn, Aberdeen (Alexander King owner/manager)
11.1934 Granton registry closed
09.11.1934 Registered at Aberdeen  A. 206
29.03.1936 Sunk 20 miles SW x W from Cape Wrath after spring a leak. Crew took to small boat and rowed towards S.T. "Zelos" GN 45 fishing close by.  All crew later landed at Granton
06.04.1936 Aberdeen registry closed.