Chase  LH

Built 1858     A. McMillan & Son,  Dumbarton   (Wood)
   
Yard No 79
   
Owner at New William Robertson & Co, Glasgow
   
ID no 19790
   
Launch Date  
   
Completed 1858
   
Gross Tons 93
   
Nett Tons 35
   
Engine 50 hp Side Lever L.1 by I. J. Inglis, Glasgow.
   
Length 64.4ft
   
Breadth 16.6ft
   
Depth 8.8ft
   
Owners  
1858 Registered at Grangemouth
1862 Re-engined 12 hp C.2-cyl by I. J. Inglis, Glasgow
Pre1867 Owned by John Crawford, Greenock.
1867 Owned by Duncan Colquhoun, Tiree Argyleshire.
1872 Owned by Aberdeen owners.
1872 Owned by Taylor Shipley Hunter, Leith Edinburgh (Skipper James Harrow)
1872 Grangemouth registry closed
1872 Registered at Leith.
01.05.1873 Mate Robert Scott accused of stealing 22 gold sovereigns and a silver lever watch while berthed at Lock no 21 on the Forth Clyde canal.
13.05.1873 Mate Robert Scott arrested in Leith with regard the theft and taken to Maryhill Police station in Glasgow.
04.08.1875 Struck the gates on Lock No4 on the Forth Clyde canal with such force as to cause them to break clear and the water to flood the cottage at Lock No3.
1880 Owned by James Henderson & John McKean, Leith Edinburgh.
1883 Converted to Beam Trawler LH
12.04.1884 At Edinburgh Sheriff Court, Skipper Thomas Main fined 50 for fishing within the legal limit off Dysart Firth of Forth.
Pre1888 Owned by William Pitts, Leeds Yorkshire.
1896 Owned by Joseph Breen, James Chanhalls & Richard Thomas, Penzance.
10.02.1900 Driven onto the rocks at Peal Point while moored off Sennen Cove Cornwall during gale and wrecked. Engaged in the salvage operations on S.S. "Blue Jacket" (2090g/1883).
1900 Leith registry closed.