Name: JANE JOLLIFFE
Launched: 12/06/1888
Completed: 07/1888
Builder: J Readhead & Co, South Shields
Yard Number: 237
Dimensions: 235grt, 16nrt, 133.0 x 22.6 x 12.9ft
Engines: T3cyl, (16, 26 & 43 x 30ins), 200nhp
Engines By: J Readhead & Co, South Shields
Propulsion: 1 x screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 93792
History:
1888 W & T Jolliffe; registered at Liverpool
1890 Sarah A Jolliffe & John Woodburn, Liverpool (t/a W & T Jolliffe)
07/1894 Sarah A Howard (née Jolliffe) & John Woodburn, Liverpool (t/a W & T Jolliffe)
1896 W & T Jolliffe, Liverpool
04/1908 W & T Jolliffe Ltd (Alexandra Towing Company Ltd, managers)
1913 Société Provençale de Remorquage, Marseille; renamed PHOCEEN
1920 Société Nationale de Sauvetage et de Remorquage, Paris
1922 Managed by Union Française et Maritime, Paris
1925 Georg C Stringo, Piraeus; renamed MIMIS
1939 Owner restyled as Maison Stringo SA, Piraeus
1944 No further history known
Comments: Built with 2 funnels, but later reduced to a single funnel
23/1/1915 to 28/3/1919: Requisitioned by Marine Nationale
1920: Rebuilt as a salvage tug
1940: Requisitioned by the Royal Hellenic Navy
29/03/1941: Sank after hitting a mine near Tourlos, Aegina
30/03/1943: Raised & repaired by the German Kriegsmarine; renamed GA 23
1944: Stricken after engine damage
Presumed broken up
Thanks to Bill Harvey & Jaap Bijl for the above details

     Above photo, as JANE JOLLIFFE with two funnels, copyright of The National Maritime Museum

     Above photo, as JANE JOLLIFFE with single funnel, courtesy of Alfred Turner



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