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Thomas L. Devlin  GN 58

Built 1915   Alexander Hall & Sons Ltd,  Aberdeen as "Phyliss Belman"  (Steel)
Yard No 512
Owner at New Philip Belman, Liverpool (Sydney Morris Cannon, Aberdeen manager).
ID no 137169
Launch Date 10.04.1915
Completed 06.1915
Gross Tons 211
Nett Tons 78
Engine 69 hp  T.3-cyl by Alexander Hall & Sons Ltd,  Aberdeen
Length 115.7ft
Breadth 22.6ft
Depth 13ft
25.06.1915 Registered at Aberdeen A.298
1915 Requisitioned  and converted to minesweeper
1919 Returned to Owners
22.12.1921 Owned by Horace Edward Stroud and Sydney Morris Cannon,  Aberdeen (Horace Edward Stroud manager)
19.11.1923 Owned by  Trawlers (Ireland) Ltd, Dublin Ireland (Patrick Fannon manager)
19.11.1923 Aberdeen registry closed.
11.1923 Registered at Dublin.
1926 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin  & Sons, Granton Edinburgh (Thomas L. Devlin Jnr manager)
1926 Dublin registry closed
1926 Renamed "THOMAS L. DEVLIN"
1926 Registered at Granton GN 58
12.11.1930 Docked at Leith with stem damage following a collision with S.T "Salvini" GY 70, 250 miles from May Island Firth of Forth, "Salvini" had severe damage to port side.
1942 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin & Sons Ltd, Granton Edinburgh.
18.12.1945 Sprang a leak. Skipper Robert Gowans headed for Aberdeen. Escorted by Aberdeen lifeboat.
08.12.1954 Grounded in thick fog off Fife Ness in evening but was refloated by a tug next morning
16.09.1958 Involved in collision with S.S. "Turquoise" (570g/1924) of Glasgow 2 miles NW of Stroma  Pentland Firth. Slight damage and no assistance required. One man injured on the “Turquoise”.
20.12.1959 Wrecked on North Ness East side of May Island Firth of Forth. All thirteen crew rescued by Anstruther lifeboat.
28.03.1960 At the subsequent Board of Trade Inquiry, Skipper James Anderson Glasgow was found to be at fault and his certificate was suspended for two years.