Evening Star  A406

Built 1891   J. T. Eltringham & Co Ltd,  South Shields as "Ella"  (Iron)
Yard No 161
Owner at New North Steam Herring Fisheries Ltd,  Sunderland.
ID no 98282
Launch Date 1891
Completed 05.1891
Gross Tons 105
Nett Tons 44

45 hp   C.2-cyl by Baird & Barnsley Ltd, North Shields.

Length 93ft
Breadth 18.6ft
Depth 10.1ft
06.05.1891 Registered at South Shields SSS 7.
1892 Owned by J. T. Eltringham South Shields (William  Horsley Storey manager)
1906 Owned by J. Wood, Portknockie Banffshire (owner/manager)
1906 Owned by J. Innes, A. Mair & T. D. Mair, Portknockie Banffshire (Alexander Mair owner/manager)
1906 South Shields registry closed.
1906 Registered at Banff BF 337.
07.1915 Owned by William Hall Dodds, Aberdeen (owner/manager)
07.1915 Banff registry closed.
21.07.1915 Renamed  "GOLDEN MONARCH"
21.07.1915 Registered at Aberdeen A.406
24.08.1916 Owned by Alexander Ritchie, Andrew W, Ritchie, Alexander Hay & John Mitchell, Aberdeen (Alexander Ritchie manager).
29.05.1917 Requisitioned as a Fishery Reserve Vessel.
1919 Returned to Owners.
15.05.1920 Renamed "EVENING STAR"
25.05.1920 Owned by Alexander Ritchie & Alexander Hay, Aberdeen (Alexander Ritchie manager).
14.03.1923 Owned by William Hutchinson, Aberdeen (owner/manager)
01.08.1924 Owned by George Brown (skipper) Port Seton East Lothian & Alexander Flockhart, Leith Edinburgh (owner/manager).
14.10.1924 Ran aground on Inchkeith Firth of Forth, badly holed and abandoned by the crew, refloated and returned to service.
09.05.1927 Sunk after trawl door punched a hole in her side 16 miles north of May Island, Firth of Forth. Skipper George Brown & seven crewmen took to the small boat rowing to Dunbar.
20.05.1927 Aberdeen registry closed.