Fair View GN 71

Built 1909   Alexander  Hall & Sons Ltd,  Aberdeen   (Steel)
Yard No 449
Owner at New James L. Inglis, Leith Edinburgh (Thomas L. Devlin manager).
ID no 122988
Launch Date 11.03.1909
Completed 03.1909
Gross Tons 186
Nett Tons 77
Engine 68 hp     T.3-cyl by Alexander  Hall & Sons Ltd,  Aberdeen
Length 112.4ft
Breadth 22ft
Depth 11.8ft
27.03.1909 Registered Granton GN 71
08.08.1910 Ran ashore in thick fog at Melton Ness Montrose, refloated on next tide.
04.12.1913 Charles Ogilvie, cook, Leith, drowned at Peterhead.
1914 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin Granton Edinburgh (owner/manager)
08.1914 Requisitioned and converted to minesweeper (Ad No.266) based on the Humber.
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).
11.11.1926 Following the death of Robert D. Devlin; Thomas L. Devlin Jnr becomes owner/ manager.
1933 Owned by J. Horne,  Port Seton East Lothian (owner/manager).
11.01.1935 Grounded in heavy weather on reef near Inchkeith, refloated on rising tide, vessel leaking dry-docked at Leith to carry out repairs.
18.08.1941 Reported to have run aground in the Sound of Islay by the Lightkeeper at  MacArthurs Head Lighthouse.
08.1947 Stranded on May Island, Firth of Forth and later refloated.
1951 Sod as scrap.