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Name: EARL OF WINDSOR
Launched:
Completed: 09/1867
Builder: JP Rennoldson, North Shields
Yard Number: 5
Dimensions: 79grt, 20nrt, 85.3 x 17.6 x 9.1ft
Engines: SL1cyl, 40nhp
Engines By: JP Rennoldson, North Shields
Propulsion: Paddle
Construction: Wood
Reg Number: 55208
History:
1867 William H Martin, Cardiff
1868 Martin & Marquand, Cardiff; registered at Cardiff
12/12/1873 JP Rennoldson, South Shields
1873 Archibald Whale, South Shields; registered at South Shields
1888 Robert J Hoad, Rye; registered at Rye
1891 Hugh Lumptone Clark, Methil; registered at Leith
1891 Mrs Margaret Barrie, Glasgow, (John Barrie, manager)
1893 James Gourlay Bridges et al, Edinburgh
1898 William J Slimon et al, Edinburgh
1905 Archibald McKinnon et al, Leith
1911 James Nicholson & Rutherford Fortune, Leith
1920 Broken up
Comments: 1873: The sale back to Rennoldson looks like a part payment for a replacement
1888: Mortgaged
1891: Allocated fishing registration number LH80 at Leith
Thanks to David Asprey for the above details


Above photo courtesy of Paul Hood