Earnest LH 1088

Built 1884    A. G. Gifford & Co Ltd,  Leith  Edinburgh    (Wood)
Yard No  
Owner at New Alexander Cook, Newhaven Edinburgh (owner/manager) 
ID no 87275
Launch Date 10.06.1884
Completed 1884
Gross Tons 38
Nett Tons 23


Engine 17 hp   C.2-cyl by John  Cran & Co Ltd, Leith  Edinburgh  (Fuel consumption approx 1ton/day)
Length 62.1ft
Breadth 17.5ft
Depth 6.5ft
1884 Registered at Leith LH 1088
09.10.1886 Stranded on Belhelvie Sands Newburgh. Crew saved, vessel later refloated.
23.03.1887 Engineer David Marshall found drowned at Spittle Point while the vessel was in Berwick.
1890 Owned by James Lumsden Cunliffe, Edinburgh (owner/manager)
12.1890 Leith registry closed.
02.12.1890 Registered at Aberdeen A.615
01.06.1896 Advertised for sale in Aberdeen at a reduced price of 230.
6.1896 Owned by Thomas Brown, Sons & Co, Milford Haven (Ship Broker).
24.09.1896 Owned by Long Line Steam Fishing Co Ltd, Edinburgh (James Christie manager)
27.05.1898 Owned by William Robert Saunders & Percy William Alford, Milford Haven (William Robert Saunders,owner/manager)
30.06.1898 Aberdeen registry closed.
12.07.1898 Registered at Milford Haven M 141
1899 New boiler & bunkers fitted and extensive repair work carried out (300).
06.09.1899 For sale by auction at Milford Haven.
30.09.1916 Foundered of Lambay Island, Co Dublin Ireland.
12.10.1916 Milford registry closed.