H962

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Map showing the approximate location where the vessel was thought to have been lost, or the last known position.

Vessel Details for Impel

Official Number:73164
Fishing Number:H962
Vessel Name:Impel
Type:KetchInfo
Built:
Tons:74
Length:72
Owners:
  • William White of Hull 1880
  • George William Cook of Hull 1885
  • Richard B Hall of Hull 1900
Masters:
  • Samuel Mitchell 1885
  • William Mark Lilley 1887
  • James Culling 1888
  • James Chapman 1890
Ports:
  • Hull
Trade:North Sea Fishing. Later a coaster.
Incidents:28th May 1882, 3rd hand Joseph Waterhouse, age 24 was lost overboard after falling from the crosstree. This is to certify that Thomas Walton Deck hand and T Tomlinson cook, did on the 21st of June start fighting and using violence to the 3rd Hand. July 21st 1888. As I consider T Tomlinson cook to have been the one to blame for the above disturbance I have inflicted a fine of 5.
Fate:Wrecked off Peterlee in a great gale, along with numerous other shipping casualties. Crew of 4 saved. From Charlestown bound for the Tyne with china clay.

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