At Milford Haven M127

Reproduced with acknowledgement to John Stevenson & Milford Trawler website

Fuchsia  M 127

Built 1896   Edwards Bros,  North Shields    (Steel)
   
Yard No 524
   
Owner at New Cornelius Cecil Morley, Portgain, Pembrokeshire Wales & William Geoff Davies Goff, Glenville, Co. Waterford  Ireland (Frederick Joseph Sellick, Milford Haven manager).
ID no 107045
   
Launch Date 07.09.1896
   
Completed 10.1896
   
Gross Tons 145
   
Nett Tons 54
   
Engine 50 hp    T.3-cyl by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co Ltd, Sunderland
   
Length 106ft
   
Breadth 20.7ft
   
Depth 11ft
   
Owners  
07.10.1896 Registered at Milford Haven M 127.
09.03.1903 Owned by Southern Steam Trawling Co Ltd,  Waterford, Co Waterford (Cornelius Cecil Morley, Milford Haven manager).
07.02.1906 Rescued crew of S.T. "Hindustan" GY 775 after she sprung a leak and sank off the Conningbeg Lightship  Ireland.
12.09.1906 Rescued the crew of S.T. "Marec" after she had foundered of St. Ann's Head.
16.12.1911

Owned by Walter Fulton & John Stewart,  Glasgow

20.12.1911 Owned by John Colquhoun,  Glasgow (owner/manager) (Fishing from Granton & Aberdeen)
09.1915 Owned by Robert Daniels Clarke,Thomas Benjamin Roberts & George Pearce, Grimsby  (Robert Daniels Clarke,manager)
13.09.1915 Milford registry closed.
15.09.1915 Registered at Grimsby  GY 669
15.09.1915 Mortgaged by Robert Daniels Clarke,Thomas Benjamin Roberts & George Pearce, Grimsby (A).
15.09.1915 Mortgagee: Barlcay & Co Ltd, London
29.09.1916 Captured by submarine (U45) and sunk in North Sea , Skipper George Blow &  eight crewmen taken prisoner (56.07N, 00.30W).
22.01.1917 Grimsby registry closed.