Wild Rose LH

Built 1874  Richard Stobbs, Coble Dene North Shields (Wood)
Yard No  
Owner at New George Wharrier, North Shields
ID no 70378
Launch Date 1874
Completed 1874
Gross Tons 75
Nett Tons 4
Engine 34 hp Side Lever L.1-cyl by T. R. Scott & Co Ltd, North Shields
Length 85ft
Breadth 17.6ft
Depth 9.2ft
1874 Registered at North Shields
23.10.1874 Ran aground on the Black Middens rocks at Tynemouth during a severe westerly gale causing considerable damage.
1875 Owned by Hartley Hodder & Alfred Yockney, Gloucester (Hartley Hodder manager)
1875 North Shields registry closed.
1875 Registered at Gloucester.
1882 Owned by Joseph Lawson, South Shields (owner/manager)
1882 Gloucester registry closed.
14.09.1882 Registered at North Shields SN 1360.
30.01.1884 Towed the Disabled ketch “Richard & Elizabeth” into Scarborough.
24.05.1886 Struck by the schooner “Carrington” while moored at South Shields, causing damaged to the paddle casing, and taking away the funnel amongst other damage.
02.10.1888 Arrived in the Tyne with the fishing boat “Mayflower” BCK 256 in tow, vessel found abandoned 45 miles NE off Tynemouth, no trace of the crew.
07.02.1889 No longer used for fishing
24.02.1891 Collided with the S.S. “Monarch” while abreast of Sunderland.
1891 Owned by John I. Minto, Leith, Edinburgh
22.06.1894 Had her stern damaged following a collision with the German barque "Express" of Memel in Leith harbour.
1897 North Shields registry closed.
1897 Registered at Leith
1900 Owned by James Douglas, Belfast, Ireland
1905 Scrapped at Belfast
1905 Registry closed.