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Customs and Excise Register of Sea Fishing BoatsScottish Fishermens Nautical Almanac

Mariners Almanac

Olsens Almanac

British Warships 1914-1919: Dittmar and Colledge

British Vessels Lost at Sea 1914-1918 and 1939-1945: John Young HMSO

Steam Drifters: Jim Tarvit



Port Letters & No: 
Owners & Port History
SH 226
( chronological order)
Name:  As LT 668 Tryphena  

1. Owner: Arthur Gouldby, Kessingland, Suffolk (1907)

Official Number: 122783 Port: Lowestoft  
2. Owner:
George W Keable, Scarborough House, Kessingland, Suffolk ( by 1913)




As SH 226 Tryphena

1906 J Chambers & Co., Ltd., Lowestoft 3. Owner:Henry Thomson Regent House Filey from 1913 December 16th., until 1913 December 20th. Skipper:Charles William Scales.  
Type of Vessel:  Port:Filey  
Steam screw Ketch, 1st class, 10 men, herring nets. 4. Owner:Henry Thomson Regent House, William Foster Smith, St Johns Villas, West Avenue and William Robert Drammond Harlaxton House, all Filey from 1913 December 20th., until 1913 December 27th. Skipper:Charles William Scales  
Length:  Port: Filey  
  78.4ft. loa., 18.2ft. b., 8.57ft. d.

5. Owner:Henry Thomson Regent House, William Foster Smith, St Johns Villas, West Avenue and William Robert Drammond Harlaxton House, all of Filey, Brian Arnold Smith of Lansdowne House Penbridge, Kent and Frederick Smith, 28 Albany Street Hull from 1913 December 27th., until 1921 February 14th.

Skippers:Charles William Scales until 1914 January 26th; Richard Cammish Jenkinson until 1914 July 6th; John William Wallis from 1914 July 6th





As YH 276 Tryphena

  68.99grt., 37.73nt. 6. Owner:Jasper Mathews 97 High Street Gorleston-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth; E T J Carter, W H Carter, A H Harrison, H Stearn and H B Wright.  
Engine Power:  Port: Great Yarmouth  

 7. Owner: James Pitchers, Brundall, Norfolk.

Port:Great Yarmouth


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    1915  to 1919      


     1906 completed and registered LT 668 Tryphena

1913 Lowestoft registry closed vessel sold to Scarborough District

1913 December 16th registered SH 226 Tryphena

1915, May , on hire to Admiralty as anti submarine net vessel then Minesweeper. Ad No 1252; Parent Ship: St George, then Wallington. Probably based on the Humber.

1919 returned to owners

1921 February 21st Scarborough registry closed, vessel sold to Great Yarmouth

1921 registered YH 276 Tryphena

1929 Yarmouth registry closed, vessel wrecked.