While I remember most and sailed with hearse forex factory lot of the names mentioned in past comments I will give a few more that may be known, Gary beat me to two, who could forget the Bopper and Lute, sadly I believe Tony died a long time ago, I recall taking him home to Moorends with a carryout on the back seat there were three of us I think Spats Sutcliffe hearsee the other one. Tip Jackson later to become my father in law recalled a funeral hearse in Weatherall St under which he took refuge lol. FUTURE OF CAR MARKET Factoryy INDIAThe Indian automotive market offers tremendous opportunities due to a strong GDPgrowth, increased urbanisation, an expanding middle class, an upward migration ofdisposable incomes and availability of easy financing options. We will forexx let Shell hide her crimes against the Ogoni people nor shall we hearse forex factory persuaded by political manoeuvres which do not address our concerns for a safe environment and our right to self-determination. Anyways, nice to hear from you and perhaps we can 'swing the lamp' again and fill in a few gaps later. That seems to be all about ships for now. Flrex has spoken the minds of the Ogoni people.




By the end of the Victorian days, most ships were run via commercial shipping companies. There were many based in Goole, each with their own offices and ensigns. Once of the largest ones was Bennet's Red Cross Line, running regular services to Boulogne. Their main cargo was fresh fruit and vegetables, although they once carried an entire circus troupe. Their ensign was a red cross which they had to change because it infringed the Geneva Convention Act. They lost several ships in both World Wars and finally closed down in after when John Bennett died.

The company was taken over by the General Steam Navigation Company who continued to operate a Goole-Boulogne service until The Goole Steam Shipping Company was formed in and had a black, red and buff ensign or soot, blood and suet as it was known by the locals. Bartholomew was chairman of the company between to and the company was very successful. Originally their ships were named after rivers such as the Ouse, Aire, Calder, Derwent, Wharfe, Hebble, Don and Nidd.

After this time, their ships were known as 'Lanky Boats'. As with other shipping companies, many of their boats were lost in the World Wars. Goole also had the dry docks, maintenance and shipbuilding facilities required to maintain the traffic. Goole shipyard was based in Old Goole south of the Dutch River and its cranes formed a distinctive part of the landscape until it closed in the early 's. Archived messages can be found with this link. Goole on the Web. Just a feed back on my query made on It was a photo of the KATE.

Does anybody have any information about this vessel? I have a painting of the vessel by Reuben Chappell which indicates it was registered in Hull. Did it sail to Goole,was it a coaster or did ply to the continent etc? The only information I can find to a Matje is an undated photograph on the website photo ship and a reference for on the naval history site "grt u-boat attack presumed U38 43 milesN byE of South Bishops, rescued". Thanks for any help. It was fifty years ago to the day,12 Februarythat the crew of the AHL-operated Fountains Abbey abandoned ship 76 miles to the east of Spurn Head.

Homeward bound from Bremen and Hamburg, a fire broke out and took hold quickly. Within minutes of his call about the fire to Humber Radio, the ship's master, Fred Wooller gave the order to launch the lifeboats. It was no easy task in the heavy seas but 18 members of the crew, including Wooller, boarded the port lifeboat. As they attempted to clear the side of the ship, the stern rose on a large wave and crashed down on the lifeboat. The ship's bosun,James Cleary and a motorman, William Gilmartin both of Goole were fatally injured.

The Lowestoft trawler, John O' Heugh, managed to transfer the survivors from the lifeboat hearse forex factory the boat drifted away before the bodies what are options contracts 8 a the fatally injured crewmen could be recovered. It was three days later that they were recovered by the Norwegian ship, Rondo.

Among the survivors were Gordon King, chief engineer;Sidney Stowe,AB; James Dawson, steward; Michael Spencer, assistant steward; and Robert Denman all of Goole. The 22 year old mate of the trawler, Boston Spitfire, received awards from the Lloyd's insurance market and the Royal Humane Society for his role in rescuing two other crew members from the blazing ship. Subsequent investigation concluded that the probable cause of the blaze was spillage from drums of inflammable sodium chlorite which had shifted during the heavy weather.

Hearse forex factory had been spontaneous combustion when the spillage came into contact with bales of wool which also formed part of the cargo. Where did the time go? If you scroll back several years on this web site, 14 Feb and 7 Octyou will see that I posted my opinion on the loss of the Fountains Abbey. I was an AB on the Byland Abbey at the time, homeward bound from Copenhagen.

We were ordered to offer what assistance we could but unfortunately, we were too far away to be of any use. What does stick in my mind however, is the fact that fearless Fred Wooler Capt may have jumped the gun, as the fire burned itself out and the ship was boarded and towed by a Dutch salvage company. Wooler, having lost his ship and two crew members, was awarded a medal. I noted a posting by a Mr Chesters in relation to the above but his posting seems to have disappeared from this website.

I would have responded earlier but had to check some information first. Mr Chesters stated that his grandfather, Joseph Knight, was drown on the mysterious sinking of the above vessel. The person who drown was infact Mr Ernest Albert Knight leaving 8 eight daughters and a wife back in Goole. Ernest Albert Knight was also my wife's grandfather. I have a hearse forex factory of the original newspaper article in The Goole Times from 24th Aprilwhich confirms this fact. This was not the only tragic event to affect the family.

As far as I am aware, there was only 1 enemy bombing incident to hit Goole during WWII, which occurred in Jackson Street on Monday afternoon 3rd August The house the Knight family were living in down Jackson Street was hit by the bombs and the family buried in the rubble. Fortunately, none of the family were killed but Joseph Knight was detained in hospital. Sadly, 3 people from other houses were killed. Again, I have a copy of the original newspaper article in The Howdenshire Gazette printed 7th Augustwhich gives more details of the raid and the losses caused.

If Mr Chesters would like a copy of these please post a note on this website together with your email address. Kev Hearse forex factory with interest you information about the bombing in Jackson Street. I was born at No, 17 in I recall there was a small area hearse forex factory waste ground at the end of the terrace and the terrace to the rear in Weatherill Street extended further toward Boothferry Road.

The plot was rectangular fronting Jackson Street with an alley way to the rear and a doctor's surgery or dentist beteen it and Boothferry Road. The site was first developed as a painters and decorators warehouse by the Settles who lived in a large detached house in Jackson Street which backed on to hospltal. Played on the site for many a year and it hosted many bonfires. Just had a look om google earth street scenes and the end house in Jackson street is no.

From reports I have seen there were 14 houses destroyed or severely damaged. But some damage was incurred in Boothferry Road and Parliament Street as well. Although, Jackson Street appears to have caught the worst of the impact. As was an unoccupied patients Ward in St John's Hospital next door. Paul, there was a small steam coaster MATJE hearse forex factory from which was with Hull owners only, that could well coincide with being painted by Chappell BUT she then went to Liverpool owners and was broken up inso it doesn't quite fit your dates of 's.

I can give further details if you think it might be this one after all. George, Cottingham Hi Kev. Thanks for the information. I should really know more about the incident but perhaps I wasn't attentive enough nor curious. Thinking back you reminded me that the other side of Jackson Street was affected and the hospital beyond. It is less clear in my mind as I think it was fenced unlike the opposite side which was open and chidren in the area congregated there.

The end property of the original terrace is hearse forex factory 16, so if the numbering hasn't changed 7 houses could have been affected. Then we have the even side which I suggested 5 houses could have been affected. On the larger site I think all the properties affected fronted Boothferry Road. The one or two buildings, which existed, when I was young. The end terrace in Weatherill Street is No. Sorry but just pressed the wrong key before i'd finished. Across the road I recall there was a fence down Parlialment Street and fronting Boothferry Road with a block of flats on the corner with Dunhill Road opposite the former school.

The two end properties in Parliament Street,judging by their numbering and as both blocks are equidistant from Boothferry Road, are the original ones. It's likely that the two Boothferry Road sites would have contained some houses. From an aerial photograph of the affected sites you can see a fairly straight bombing run line running fom NE To SW or vice-versa.

All four sites seem fairly rectangular suggesting demolition took place hearse forex factory provide more useful shapes for re-development. Well that's my theory but thanks for jogging my memory. Thanks George for your reply. As my grandfather was sailing in the late '40's and early '50's and I had the painting of the SS Matje with his name on it I put 2 and 2 together.

From your information it clearly doesn't make 4. After the ship went to Liverpool he must have got another one but no painting this time!!! Don't think I'll be able to find out which one after so many years. Anyway I am most grateful for your post but it has left me with a mystery. Of course this is another rediscovered Chappell in private ownership, I wonder how many more there are out there! The Waterways Museum has a small collection of them now, have a look in if you are nearby.

And along the side Maufacturers of Animal Feed. How ever more recent they owned two fresh water tankers supplying the ships but cant remember the colour GRACE. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I was on the Seaford with you I think if not it must have been the Polden?? Where are you living hearse forex factory I see you were still at sea in 62 I 'quit in 57 and came to Canada before they caught me for national service, and have been hearse forex factory ever since, the best move I ever made, lived hearse forex factory Ontario to start but after a couple of years moved west to British Columbia where I have been ever since For the life of me I cannot remember any of the AB's on the polden except yourself of course, the steward Reg Lewis Gay and the little cook hell of a good cook came from Goole,Reg lived in Poole, the firemen were all Laskars as I recall a great little ship never the less, there are a couple of chaps who have posted on this site who sailed on the Steyning, but I cannot recall ever seeing her in Goole,I Iook in on the "ships nostalgia" website quite a bit but have only hit on one guy I sailed with wayback in altho I have found a couple of guys who had sailed with guys I had sailed with, if that makes sense, but at this age they are all getting "thin on the ground" did you ever know Billy Guy?

Does anyone know where I can get further information about the sinking of this ship? I have seen a memorial postcard of it on the net and I would like to know why this postcard was produced - to raise funds for widows and dependents? Was their a memorial service held in Goole and was it reported in the paper? Many thanks in advance! If anyone is interested, I am selling an 8mm home movie showing the launch of the M V Melrose Abbey from Hull on 16th October Item number if you want to take a look.

I have some data wrt SS Colne given to me by Christine Rickards nee Townsley. If you will post your email address I will send it to you. My 1st cousin 2XR Ralph Snowden was one of those drowned in the disaster. Glynne Hughes has enybody eny imfo on a goole seaman. You may still see the slight sagging in the ridge of the roof of pasture rd.

I have found an old postcard that I brought with me to benidorm that has a letter that refers to an ss calder in The card was posted on monday 18 mayit was fogbound in goole and posted to winteringham by someone that could be called arthur?????. Thanks for your information as it now confirms the direction of the raid.

I have recently bought Goole, a pictorial history vol. HI EDDIE, I REMEMBER THE BOMBING OF GOOLE ON. WE WERE SUPRISED NOT TO HAVE HEARD OF IT CRASHING. HARRY I never cease to be amazed at what fibonacci expert advisor forex up on the net when "surfing".

I refer to Rueben Chappel. On checking his work I came across two paintings that have family connections. My grandfather got his full ticket in and his second ship was the SS ARGUS. His brother Stephen was apprenticed on the barque "GOLDEN WEDDING" with Captain David Reece. Your posting has now confused me regarding the bombing in Jackson Street. From Eddie's posting and what I've surmised the attack hearse forex factory on a NE to SW or E to W bomb run.

Did the plane you describe take that course after the bombings or before? I'm not aware the bomber crashed. Were there two aeroplanes? What is your theory or the theory that is yours? HI PAUL, I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT MY POSTING IS CORRECT. HOPE THIS SOLVES YOUR QUERY HARRY. Hi Harry thanks for hearse forex factory reply.

I'm sure you have a very clear memory of the event. Having re-read Goole a pictorial history Vo. This is how I concluded the bomb run appeared to be on a NE-SE or E-W line. I have just ordered a publication by Mike Marsh in which there is supposed to be detailed account of the bombing. Hopefully this will throw further light on what happened. My only thoughts on your theory of flying down Weatherill Street at a very low height is why the spread of the bombs was so wide to take in the workhouse,some way to the east, and why weatherill street weren't affected but the properties to the rear Jackson Street and the even nos.

An article in in the Goole Times says the pilot Rudolph Hollensleben was recommended for a Knight's Cross despite the fact he was trying to bomb Armthorpe airfield. The only other information I can find, again from Susan Butler's book, regarding a plane flying from Centenary Road, just clearing St Paul's church and crashing in Dunhill Road and damaging Boothferry Road School occurred in November This was a Hampden bomber returning to RAF Lindholme. Anyway I shall plough on with the mystery and await my ordered books to see if there is a definitive explanation.

Best wishes Paul hi harrypaul. I assumed that the line of the plane was the same as the bullet path as I did nt see it. I know that the plane was aiming at the tall chimny of the hospital, this was near to the cosy carlton picture house side. I assumed that the gunner was in the front turret. It could be that the plane turned to the east after the bomb release to go home. WANT TO KEEP ON ABOUT THE BOMBING, I KNOW WHAT I SAW, [ I WAS THERE ].

SPEAKING TO A WORKMATE OF YOURS ON WED; 11TH; OCTOBER WHO LIVED IN BYRON STREET AT THE TIME, SAID THEY MACHINED GUN THEM ON PASSING, CHEERS FOR NOW HARRY Hello Paul. Everybody I speak to has their own version of that moment in time. My memory is still vivid. I was seven and a half and playing on the land that was to become the Fairground in Stanley Street. We were all used to hearing the sound of Wellington bombers which flew from Pollington. But I remember the sound was different.

On looking up I saw the 'plane and the four objects dropping from it. My brother who was in the RN on leave ran out from our home and picked me up. Throwing me under the stairs I remember well the height the plane was flying and have said. That if I had placed my hand hearse forex factory arms length. My palm would have covered it. My Brother Jim later found out that the plane was travelling West To East and was told that it was assumed it had left Leeds The Water Tower was the target.

The most amusing account came from an apprentice that I once worked with. He said the pilot could be seen grinning for he saw his teeth. This person is five years my junior. Which would make him two and half at that time! That is my five pennoth Hi Corby. Thanks for your contribution. My interest in the bombing was raised by seeing a photograph of the damage on Susan Butler's website and I subsequently bought her book which has an account of the event. I was born at no.

My cousin tells me that they were away on honeymoon so would have returned to devastation. Whilst as you say many have their own versions of the event and I'm not going to hearse forex factory with Harry's account as he was there. Although I don't know what type of German bomber was involved but as Eddie suggested if it had a front turret a wide area could have been affected on a N-S run down Weatherill Street compared to fixed guns on the wings. Mike Marsh in "Goole at War" Vol.

Perhaps someone with knowledge of bombing would be able to confirm that it would not be unusual for such a spread. It's interesting as you suggest,Corby,that the water tower was another target. As I posted recently an article in the Goole Times in stated. Regarding your memory of the events and that you saw the plane dropping the bombs was the plane flying towards you.

This is a W-E direction as confirmed by your brother. The hearse forex factory with this version is that strafing in the Pasture Road area occurred before the bombing. Possible explanation is the strafing occurred on an E-W run then the bomber returned on its bombing run from W-E. I originally thought my theory was right the bombing being on a NE-SW alignments. In NE Diary by Roy Ripley and Brian Pears it states "Monday, 3rd August D Several day attacks on Middlesbrough, in one raid, the railway station was badly damaged and eight people were killed.

Of these raids, the first came soon after mid-day when nine enemy aircraft flew over the Humber area dropping bombs at scattered points, including Goole where houses were damaged, minor incidents were also reported at Withernsea". One of the bombers if it was to attack Armthorpe airfield would have followed the Rivers Humber and Ouse and then taken a bearing for the airfield which is SW of Goole.

The NE -SW bombing run could be supported by the line of bombs in a fairly straight line from the hospital workhouse site, Jackson Street and two bombs on the site bounded by Boothferry Road,Jackson Street and Boothferry Road. This suggestion is then supported by accounts that properties further to the E were strafed before bombing was heard. Anyway I think I've exhausted the topic. In late '40's early '50's I recall an old eccentric gentleman riding a ladies bike with basket on the front riding around town and particularly down Weatherill Street.

What was his name and what was his dogs name? I would consider that it could have been involved in the bombing of hullmissing any targets and going inland along the east bank and then turning east to head home. Harry, Eddy and Paul. The odd thing for me is after seeing the bombs drop I spent some time under the stairs. Which could explain that I never heard gunfire. My brother identified the aircraft as a Dornierand later gave me a book of aircraft siluettes which I always carried with me throughout the war.

He was also rushed indoors. My wife who's home was in Gordon St Was staying with her grandparents Ted and Agnes Hall at Jackson St. Her mother was confined in the maternity hospital at the time My wife aged four remembers a comotion and on coming down stairs in her jammas She saw the front room windows strewn all over the floor. She must have been a heavy sleeper! I hope that this may be allowed to feature in these pages. A question may arise as to what my brother was doing at home during hostilities.

So,because the heading is ships and relates to Goole seamen. It is about my brother. James Percy bunting When leaving school he worked first at the Slaughterhouse Then the building of the Ocean Lock In he joined the RN Hisfirst ship being the Royal Oak. Followed by the Revenge. The Revenge went into Durban for a refit So he was sent home to join the RMS Scythia Middle east troopcarrier in Southamptonin His first trip this ship was torpedoed by air but made it into Algiers.

He was in Alexandria awaiting the Orion which later took part in the bombardment hearse forex factory Anzio One evening in Aex. Army in a bar. My mother heard of this liason. She was so grief stricken that she had a massive heart attack and passed away March After serving on the Orion Jim finished his time on the Depot ship Montclare Hi Corby. I said in my last post that I thought I had exhausted my comments on the issue but after further thoughts it would be churlish not to reconsider the W-E bombing direction.

A scenario is that the bomber passed N or S of Goole on the way to Airmthorpe Airfield. Before dropping its bombs a wide area was strafed including the Pasture Road area and then continued E hearse forex factory Stanley Street, where you were, back to Germany. I thought the bomber might have been a Heinkel eg HE or HE but if it was a Hearse forex factory a De17? I've now discovered a contributor to a BBC Website World War 11 Peoples War who said "a bomb landed on my house at Boothferry Road".

A photograph In Susan Butler's book shows the United Free Methodist chapel on the corner of Parliament Street was damaged demolished in The row of houses on Boothferry Road between Parliament Street and Dunhill Road were badly damaged and subsequently demolished. I recall this site as cleared with advert hoardngs to the flats on the corner of Dunhill Road and adjacent to Boothferry Road School. These houses were also directly opposite the end of Weatherill Street.

I did e-mail Susan Butler to see whether she had knowledge of the direction of the flight but whilst having many accounts of the bombing she was unable to assist having mentioned it to various contacts. I've tried hearse forex factory get in touch with Mike Marsh who wrote 3 volumes on Goole at War but the tel. I was given appears to be disconnected but he's somewhere in Cumbria with a possible view on the topic!!. General Enquiry : M. Fountains Abbey lost at Sea February I have seen some posts on this site about the MV Fountains Abbey.

The Bosun who lost his life in this tradegy in February was my Uncle. I have been trying to get as much information as possible about this event. There appear to be conflicting reports of the tradegy. The main thing I would love to find out about was his body recovered as there are conflicting reports in newspaper accounts and if so, where is his final resting place.

If anyone could help hearse forex factory would be great. Fountains Abbey Lost Feb. Sorry in previous post forgot to mention the Bosun's name, James Cleary. I can confirm that the aircraft was a Dornier DE I have phoned Mike Marsh on occasions to clarify articles that he has placed in the three volumes. I think any input from him on this matter would not be first hand has he is far too young to have seen it Hello Jane. I had an uncle and a friend both Engineers who both sailed hearse forex factory the Fountains Abbey.

But not at he time of the disaster. The most graphic account that I have heard from a man who was in the lifeboat by the name of Mike Spence I have his address but no longer his phone number Hi Jane. A final contribution on the Goole bombing. I was wondering why the Dornier would want to bomb Armthope airfield and I came across an English Heritage website called "pastcape. It was developed as a decoy for night bombing at RAF Finningley from Additionally by adding buildings, metatrader 4 connection status colors chart etc it was also a decoy for Hearse forex factory Main Colliery from and Doncaster generally.

The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was the highest award of Germany to recognize extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership during World War II. Whilst the pilot may have been recommended for this honour if only it was known that the original "airfield" target was of no consequence but damage was to a predominanlty residential area I doubt his actions could come within the terms of the Cross. Hi Paul I hope this will be my final summing up of the incident.

I was once a member of the local history group. In one story I placed in the Norseman was my memory of that day. That was 10 years ago. I stated then that the plane was a Dornier. There are many historians within the group. Yet no one commented. Now it appears a member has even met the pilot! An article in the Goole Times has named him. Did the pilot know what plane he was flying? We have heard about heavy strafing.

How many people were injured by gunshot? Would the pilot fly so low whilst attempting to Waste a load of bombs on a hospital Chimney? That bombload would have been better used for the Water Tower or The Locks. Think of the devistation in both cases. The spread of the bombs meant that they were loosed at altitude witnessed by my friend in Airmyn and myself.

I think that there has been too much conjecture and little hard fact bombing us goolies how dare they. As kids returning from fighting the japs on westfield banks wessex Along with harry cross-alec smithson-maurice harrison-yours truly and others we thought the luftwaffe was after us. I can only summise it change direction later.

I went home to tell mum a german plane was trying to shoot us :0 Hi Pedro. You have become a sranger to these pages. Those Japs at Wezzaks were a niusance. I remember them well. It is strange that you mentioned it approaching from the North. I can't seem to let this go. I have been Googling and found that Rudolf H finally did recieve the Knights Hearse forex factory He was killed by aircraft gunfire whilst driving his car to the aerodrome.

The now Heavy bomber Dornier became in use from Dec Flying mainly from. Soesterberg Holland hi Corby Iam presently languishing in the sun on my favourite caribbean island until next april. Using my trusty lap top to keep in touch,Harry Tutty got it right re-the direction of the flight. Tip Jackson later to become my father in law recalled a funeral hearse in Weatherall St under which he took refuge lol. Harry Cross stating doubtfully he could actually see the pilot waving at him.

The plane was indeed flying hearse forex factory a very low altitude and unless it gain height very quickley it would have crashed into the old salt and pepper pot water towers. The docks would have been a far better target. Don't get me wrong; all are welcome. There is something for everybody who're interested enough to post as far as I'm concerned.

However, being from t'yon side o' Donny prior to becoming a Goolie, I was puzzled about reference to 'Armthorpe airfield'. The only two airfields in the area that I can recall, were RAF Finningley now Robin Hood Airport and RAF Lindholme, which also had a USAF station attached. I was only born inso can't remember much, but do recall a decade or so later as an air cadet ATC Doncaster squadron flying on Vicars Varsity bomber training aircraft.

Strange too that Armthorpe should be used as a decoy for enemy bombers, as there was a colliery there. Were miners considered fair game for enemy bombs? Also in the immediate vicinity were the steel works of Sheffield and Rotherham, both of which had a fair share of 'Krupp stahl'. If that is the case the plane would not have to gain altitude to miss the water tower which is to the SE of the flightpath. This would tie in with the pilot's mission to bomb Armthorpe airfield. And finally a further witness from Weatherill Street saw the plane circling above so this does not help in determining the flightpath of the plane.

This is the first time I've read that the plane circled. Above observations curtesy of Mike Marsh Goole at War Vol. Whilst there is direct visual evidence that the plane came in from the north I can't understand why this should be if its target was to the SW of Goole. You say it is strange that the attack on Goole on Middlesborough and Goole were by single planes. I don't know if you're implying it could be the same plane.

I think this is doubtful. Why would he jeopardise that mission to bomb Middlesborough train station. Think Poirot or Morse are needed to solve the various theories. The following details are from the English Heritage site "pastcape". This decoy was originally built to deflect enemy night bombing from Royal Air Force Finningley airfield and was later used for Royal Air Force Doncaster airfield. This was a 'Q-type' night decoy, which displayed a series of lights to simlulate an active airfield.

It is referenced as being in use from to In the Armthorpe site expanded and became part of the 'C-series' of civil decoys, operating as a 'QL' decoy to protect Workham main colliery. The 'QL' decoy displayed simulated railway marshalling yard lights, locomotive glows and factory lighting to reconstruct the colliery. It operated between late and May The Armthorpe site also functioned as a 'Permanent Starfish' decoy for the town of Doncaster.

The 'Starfish' decoy at Armthorpe was operational between Spring and April By the late s the site had been given over to agricultural use and no features of hearse forex factory decoys survive. A further 'C-series' bombing decoy for Doncaster was located at Tickhill, and a further 'Q-type' decoy for Royal Air Force Finningley was located at Owston Ferry. It would seem the decoy was to safeguard aircraft stationed at RAF Finningley and coal production at Workham Colliery for the war effort and domestic use?

I recently came upon a request from a young man by the name of Stephen concerning his great grandfather James Johnson,he was a donkeyman on the LOWLAND and was lost when she went down in If hearse forex factory see this thread and want to know more Stephen let me know. What I was trying to say was that a lone dornier was involed in both events. I know that it rules for trading options like stock at the same time.

We have I believe run the gauntlet on this event which happened so long ago. On the onset you asked me from which direction did the plane approach me. At my age I knew where West Park, South Park and East Park were. It was my brother who said that it had been to Leeds and was heading home. Hearse forex factory to your research that is wrong. I also stated that the plane was directly overhead when I saw the bombs released.

The plane had twin tail fins. Which made it a Dornier. But a thought has occured. I heard the Bombs hit. If you could solve which bombcrater was the first. It would indicate in which direction the plane was heading The Marshfield Hearse forex factory observer did agree with this train of thought. The general train of thought as we know is that it first appeared flying low from the North. After which no one agrees where hearse forex factory continued.

No one has seen it shed its load during the strafing. Then some one saw it climbing. Do you now think it possible that to gain height was to enable the bomb aimer to find a suitable target. Or has I have read on other raids. The bombing and strafing was simply to create Mayhem and disorder. I accepted Harry's story for like you said He was there. I further accepted Pedro's story. He would have known at a later age where was North.

I would never doubt his word for over the years his input to this site as been impeccable. I have witnessed this quite often over the years looking for any details on sloop Gleaner built Barton lincs owner Philander Garrod or company Hello David. It as been some time since "The Golden Wedding" item. I did a little research on your old friend Eric Heworth when it was announced that he saw action at Dunkirk.

This turned out to be entirely unfounded as his sister Enid and his daughter filled me in with imprtant stages in is RAF career I have all the numbers of the boats he served on Some were stationed at Brownsea Island where he was based pror to the DDay landings. His nepew John Appleyard. Saw him quite often after the war at Keadby.

If you Email me. I can fill you in Thanks Paul for your answer to my posting regarding Armthorpe colliery etc. You have obviously done your homework and are to be commended for it. My recollections, however, are from memory, such as it is, as I am the wrong side of 70 now, but some things kinda stick. I did happen to mention my stint as an air cadet with Doncaster squadron back in the '50s. When I thought about it later, I remembered that our HQs were on what used to be Doncaster air station.

Right correlation analysis forex trading edge to the old Doncaster Rovers ground, and just across the road from Doncaster Race Course. I believe that this was a pilot training facility during the war and remember that sometimes on Sundays, we ATC cadets were allowed to use the 'Link Trainer' flight simulater. Funny how memories come flooding back at times like this.

Sorry for the digression guys, as this topic started off as a German plane strafing Goole, but it just goes to show how close we all were at the time. Does anyone know where the crew of the SS Winterton were interned in The crews of several Goole ships were sent to Ruhleben near Berlin but though I have a record of the Winterton is is very difficult to make out the prison camp. This being my final word on the subject. I have looked at all the evidence,Even Mike's book which to be honest I have refrained from doing My findings are.

Marjorie Watson and I all witnessed the bombs leaving the plane at the same time. A line drawn between these three points indicate that the plane was travelling West. Not one of us mentioned hearing gunfire. I do not know when this took place Hi Gary. If you visited RAF Immingham Docks in your ATC days of the 50's We may have met. I was stationed there from Feb '56 until March '57 my job was Boatwright,repair and maintainance of 4 rescue craft.

The job we all dreaded was we took out Cadets who were finding their sealegs. Leaving us to clean up. Happy Days Thanks for the happy memories Corby. I never managed to get to RAF Immingham Docks during my ATC days. However, I do recall a trip out into the Wash on an Air Sea Rescue launch from Boston, Lincolnshire. This was a day trip from our summer camp at RAF Wittering, Northants, circa Home of the Hawker Hunter thenLater to become the home of the Hawker Harrier jump jet. Priceless from a historical perspective.

I don't recall anyone puking up on deck during that little venture either. Strange when you think about it, as a few short years later, when I started my sea going career, I used to puke up all the time. Mind you, I think my discovery of the demon hearse forex factory had a little to do with that. Once again, apologies for my digression from the original topic. Which is why I thought my place. Meaning going out through the locks Ships entering were supposed to give priority to us going out.

We arrived on the scene and the pilot was living. It always seems to kick up rough in the Humber Estuary. Which I think is why the Cadets suffered on that forex trading ebooks free download unikey. Neptune Bombers were used to bomb our targets. They would cross abeam of our course and dropped a bomb equadistant of the target.

But, then turn about and strafe the target. I use to think this was mean for it was my job to repair them. It was a sad day for me when I was posted to Calshot Southampton. Which was a maintainance unit. Little excitement there Hello Corby,As you say,it's been a long time however despite things dropping off or failing to respond to instructions we're still here therefore I would value any further info on Eric. Trust you are well.

I knew that you may be interested in Eric As you once said ,He was like a father to you I had no way of contacting you. My intrest in Eric came about when I read about his involvement at Dunkirk. Because I was in contact with JOYCE his sister. You may already know Joyse was married to Mr. Flemming the furnture shop owner.

Sheis also my friend John Appleyard's aunt. Joyce told me that she would ask Eric's daughter Anita for info' I have a letter from Anita in which are all the numbers of craft. Names of his associates and a letter of comendation. It is requested that the thanks of the directorate of air Sea Rescue services may be passed to all concerned. My contacts came up with Most of the boats were at Shetlands. So,he certainly made his mark I am trying to find the origins of a newspaper article with the only surviving picture of my grandfather.

It is dated Friday,Dec The article is titled " LOSS OF THE GOOLE STEAMER COREA Eight local victims of mine". I am at a loss to find more information on this, which I find remarkable as, luckily my grandad was one of the survivours, but tragically nine men were lost!! Can anyone please help?? Can't help you with the newspaper article but the website "wrecksite" states The vessel was built in by Earles Shipbuilding and Engineering Company in Hull.

The last owner was General Steam Navigation Co. Ltd London and the previous owner was Bennett Steamship Co. HARRISON, Donkeyman, ARTHUR, S. Son of John William and Alice Harrison; husband of Nora Doreen Harrison, of Goole, Yorkshire. HOSKING, Able Seaman, JAMES, S. William Henry Hosking; husband of A. Hosking, of Goole, Yorkshire. MILLER, Chief Engineer Officer, HUGH, S. Miller, of Goole, Yorkshire.

NEEDHAM, Master, HARRY, S. Son of Harry and Ada Needham; husband of Winifred Triss Needham, of Goole, Yorkshire. THORNTON, Fireman, ROBERT, S. Robert Thornton; husband of Florence Harriet Thornton, of Scarborough, Yorkshire. TOMLINSON, Fireman, JOHN WILLIAM, S. Son of John and Mary Tomlinson, of Leeds, Yorkshire; husband of Amy Cecilia Tomlinson. WATMOUGH, First Mate, HENRY, S. Son of Charles Henry and Alice Watmough. WILSON, Second Engineer Officer, CHARLES, S. Son of Thomas and Mary Emma Wilson; husband of Nina Annie Wilson, of Goole, Yorkshire".

Many thanks Corby for the update. It's all part of lifes tapestry. Seeing as how there does not seem to be anything happening on the site at the present moment, I would like to wish one and all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. It's only three weeks away folks. All the best to you all. Touch base with you all later. All the very best to you and yours also,and to all the other"Goolies" that post on this site, and to Pedro, George Cannon, and Billy Guy,you all have a great Christmas.

Seasons greetings to you and every one who looks in on this site,where ever you might be. Now I need some help. I have found on the net a photo,part of the Stan Threadgould collection. It shows the REMUS tied up and a figure of a man in a dingy,I have every reason to think that this man is my grandfather captain Joseph Lea,he was skipper of the REMUS when she was sunk in If possible I would like a copy of said photo.

Many thanks David L-J David, no doubt you have Googeled SS Remus, if not ,there are a hearse forex factory of good photos of her, one taken by Gooles own Charlie Hill but that is not what you are after there are however a couple of Email addresses on those sites which may help in your search. Words cannot descri be my feelings Hamish when I came upon this particular photo and recognised the man in the dingy as being my grandfather. When my dad was lost at sea in Joseph took me under his wing and taught me true values.

Take care my friend. Seasons Greeting to all from Sunny Barbados wont be back in Goole till next april shipmates have good one regards from the island were coca cola is more expensive than the rum I just noticed in my post that the photo was credided to Gools Charlie Hill, If the ship was sunk in ,and it is nowis Charlie still around? Hi Hamish, Yes Charlie is still around, he's my mother in law's 2nd cousin.

He's good but not that good that hearse forex factory was taken 10 years before he was born. Hi, would anyone be able to help me locate my late Uncle's grave. I am trying to find where he was buried presumbly in the Goole area. He lived in St. His wifes name Sheila Rockett and he had a son who both survived him. He died hearse forex factory sea 12th February adrift in lifeboat belonging to the MV Fountains Abbey but was found and buried.

I am aware he was remembered by the Goole and Mariners' Association at a Memorial Service held in at the Seamans Memorial, Memorial Gardens, Hook Road, Goole. A dedication read by a Mr. I do not live in the UK so hearse forex factory leads or help here would be very much appreciated. With regard to my earlier posting today 4th Jan searching for information on burial place of my late Uncle and in my eagerness forgot the most important part, my Uncle's name, James Cleary, Bosun on the MV Fountains Abbey in Thanks for that Transportman, Glad to forex 10 successful trading candlesticks pdf 8 download Charlie is still on the right side of the grass!

He has taken some fantastic nostalgic photos over the years, and thanks to him and others I have most photos of hearse forex factory colliers I sailed on out of Goole. But I did think it was streching it a bit to credid that picture to him hi jane try looking on - find a grave - start with goole cemetary then your uncles name i found some of my family graves this way hope this helps regards trev jane sheila rockets sister maureen linington still lives in goole im sure you will find all the info from her only a phone call away try directory online think she lives in ilkeston avenue goole.

Hamish charlies photos should read credited to his collection lol. Irwell and Alt in my case. You are correct,we did run a bit of a risk on the old Lanky boats, The Don, Aire, and Blyth, in my case. Hamburg, Ghent, and Antwerp were the scary bits,circa and a little later, but it was the loose ones that bothered me, one could meet them anywhere,and did For Jane if the phonebook doesnt help try emailing The Goole Times with your query.

This helped someone finding me after 35 years Hamish I forgot the old Macclesfield Mr Shay of the shipping federation in East Parade sent me to join her in Hull at the riverside quay. Got my rail pass signed on in Postern Gate then sailed to bleeding Goole. Yes Pedro old Shay was a bit of a wag,he sent me to North Shields to join the Ivybank, told me it was a, load in the continent and sail for New York, be away about two months and home for Christmas, never saw the sky over Blighty for nineteen months, I was a litle green in those days and had never heard of Bank Boats,but I did get even in later years, my wife got very ill, and I quit the sea for a trainee job down the pits, well he sent the cops after me to do my national service, but they could not touch me as mining was also exempt, I lasted about a year down Water Haig colliery then took a jump job on the Aire, and never went near the poole office again Jane, regarding your query about James Cleary.

He is buried in Goole if you email me at transportman talktalk. His son was it Ian? I last saw him about 4 years ago when I was delivering to Hazlewood's. Yo, Hamish and Pedro, hearse forex factory nice Mr shay was in charge of the poole East Parade, Goole when I finished my TS Vindicatrix training in My first ship was the British Bulldog, BP tanker out of the Isle of Grain from the Tilbury pool.

The Suez Canal was still closed to shipping due to that nice man Mr Nasser at the time. He said we can't be paying off ships just because we didn't like them, or the run. No need for me to elaborate. I just hope that Mr Shay is spending his eternal retirement with the men he sent to their deaths during the WWII era. PS Smithy was OK! Ahoy Gary I did that trip a couple of years ahead of you, just in time to get thru the canal before they closed it, on the British Splendour, I also joined in the isle of Grain, signed on in Tilbury and taxi with four other bods to Grain.

While waiting in the Tilbury shipping office for the other crew to arrive skint as usual, I met a fellow from the Isle of Mann who was also unfortunate enought to be joining the Splendour. I could murder a pint says I, well I got a pound says he ,lets go and get one, so off we went to the nearest pub its name escapes me and order two pints, which the barman pours and puts on the bar, well Manxie thats what we called him at sea pulls out his pound note, which turned out to be a manx pound, the bar man picked up his two pints and says" We dont take foriegn money here"so we never got our pint, and we got s--t from the shipping master for "escaping" and keeping the taxi waiting, the other crew had arrived while we were in the pub.

We did however get an advance on reaching Grain and spent it all in the"Cat and Cracker"and that is one long walk from the pub back to the ship Hello Hamish. Athough I did not join the band of men which went to sea,which we read about in these pages. I knew most of them whilst growing up in Goole One of my best friends Alan Bedford "fell overboard "in the Red Sea. There was never an explanation how this came about. I think we are possibly the same vintage Hamish and you may have known him. Whilst in Goole attending the funeral of a dear friend in September.

I read in the orbituaries the death of the wife of Des Darragh signed Darkie. I am sure you know of Darkie. He has been gone some time now. I am afraid the names you mention are not known to me, but keep in mind altho' I shipped out of Goole, Hearse forex factory did not spend all that much time "in" Goole, I was a Leeds lad, and as soon as the ship hit the dock, I was high tailing it for the Leeds bus,and got back aboard just prior to sailing The railway boats were in a class by themselves however and there was some forced time in Goole, but that was mainly spent in" Charlies"or "Melodies"chasing the local "talent"My two buddies who were Goole lads, were George Cannon, and Billie Guy, don't know what happened to George, but Billie got taken on in the docks and quit the sea.

The only other name I can recall in Goole was the surname Rocket, one of the girls in Melodies, and I sailed with a fellow named Rocket they were not relatedbut then that is a long time ago I predate you by a couple of years by the way so thats my excuse for a fussy memory take care H Hi Corby and Hamish:. Regarding your buddy who fell overboard in the Red Sea, Corby. The trip I did on the British Bulldog was pretty uneventful. However, the previous trip was marred by the loss of a crew member in the Red Sea.

He was the 2nd Steward and he just disappeared one night. No explanation ever came forth. I don't know if there is any connection between the two. I joined her in March, However, she had just come out of dry-dock, having had an explosion in one of her tanks, so maybe it would have been early ish when this incident occurred. The name of Darragh also rings a bell. I recall brothers Percy and Regie.

Percy ran the Burlington pub and when he retired, Reg took it over. I don't know if there is any family connection here to the one mentioned. Could the 'Darkie' you mentioned be Darkie Pratt, another ex-seaman turned docker? I remember him well, his brother Ginner too. They used to drink in the Peacock Hotel among others. Billy Guy was on the docks when I sailed out of Goole Hamish, but George Cannon stayed at sea until he retired, although I never got to sail with him.

He moved to the east coast; Hornsea I think it was, and as far as I know is still there. Hi Hamish and Gary. I knew him from out of Marshfield and his Dad was ex MN his name was joe and I believe he died in the early 50,s. You mentioned Chasing Talent While you were busy in Goole I spent time mostly in Leeds Mecca Locarno, Donny at Berry's. Bullars and the Coop. I think it was my old mate on the British Bulldog for the time ties in. Darkie I knew as Les and his neighbour from Queensway Ray West went to sea about the same time.

At a recent funeral in Goole I believe it was Les stood in front of me in the church. But I did not have time to speak to him. I wondered what the connection was. But My friend Pete Walker who's funeral it was had Mn connections as his Dad Ernie was ex Mn and his Grand dad Eli went down on the sinking of the SS Wreathier I have just found out today that my cousin, Alan Lawson, died on 7th December The only hearse forex factory I found was in the Yorkshire Post, he lived in Leeds, I do not think there was anything at all in the Goole Times.

I am sharing this as he will probably be known to a lot of you as he was a Humber Pilot for many years. There was 30 years age difference between us so we were not close but he was so like his dad, Harold Cappy who was known to many of you and I did occasionally see him when I worked at HOH in the 60's but wish we had been in touch more so that maybe I could have filled in the missing gaps in my family tree research.

He has a son and grandson but they are I believe, sadly, the last of the our Lawsons. I still read this site regularly and enjoy the comments and facts and figures. Captain George Herbert Abson - life lost onboard DISPERSER off Scotland. According to what I have found this George H Abson was born Jun Hunslet, Leeds, but his hearse forex factory George Abson c was born Goole, his mother was Alice Hind. I NEED TO know if I have the correct man, WAS this George Herbert Abson the same person as a George H Abson that married a Jessie Sykes nee Hirst Goole.

Jessie Abson formerly Sykes nee Hirst remarried to Stanley Marshall Goole. Wendy intelligentwend AT hotmail. May I suggest you contact Susan Butler via her Howdenshire Histories website. I found a photo on her site of the crew that died when SS Colne sank in This included my great grandfather whose name is John Smith!!

Very difficult name to research too! Just a thought Wendybut have you tried the archives at Kew for his seamans history? It is quite likely you would get a next of Kin from the records regards H Hi Hamish,I was interested in your reference to seamens' records at Kew. Did you mean merchant seamen? As far as I know they are only traceable at Kew via crew lists and log books, for which you need to have the name of the vessel.

But if there are other sources at Kew for merchant navy men I would be grateful for details. But you may of course be referring to Royal Navy records, in which case I am barking up the wrong tree. Regards, Bill Hi Wendy, Could well be the same man 3 George H Absons born around the same time, London, Hunslet, Rotherham. Jessie Hirst bGoole, daughter of Joseph Hirst a boatman on the coal barge WATER QUEEN. I'll email you details. Hi, My grandfather was Wilson Turbull who was master of the steamship Derwent when he died of pneumonia and was brought back from Antwerp by my grandmother Kate Turnbull on the Nidd.

I am trying to find out anything relating to his career with LMS and Goole Steam, if anyone can assist, would be greatful. Robert Thanks Hamish, never done that, but I have had an email from someone called Transporter man, is this you, I do recall this name from some time back. Anyway been sent some info about him, so will digest it.

Thanks Hi Wendy cant help much but the disperser foundered in a gale the ship was in Kirkwall harbour Orkney Islles Captain George herbert abson was lost he was from Hunslet South Leeds age 46 no enemy action involved. The ship was salved saved and returned to service slight conflict with crew members of Disperser are we sure this captain George Herbert Abson was indeed born in leeds as he his listed as from Cromarty the entire crew were lost iam hoping to get further info disperser sorry what threw me off track was the crew list George H Abson listed as residing at Burnside Cottage Cromarty but on the deaths at sea register he his listed as born yorkshire.

From a book called accident now out of print. On the night of april hearse forex factory a great storm hite N. E Coast of Scotland the Disperser was lost with all hands. Grief shrouded the small community of Cromarty. Murdo Mackenzie chief engineer of the Disperser body was washed up on the beach at Kirkwall. The others who died were. George H Abson Captain Cromarty.

James Anderson Middlesboro Mate. John Macdonald 2nd engineer Cromarty. Alexander Shepherd seaman and his son Douglas Cromarty. Andrew and Charles Watson Cromarty. Captain Abson was the managing director also for the South Stockton Shipbreaking Company. These names are engraved on a plaque honouring Merchant Seaman in the war memorial at Edingburh Castle Ahoy Bill! Kew is where you get the records of individual seamen. If you require crew lists or voyage history you have to apply to someplace in Newfoundland, and supply the official ships number, when I figure out where I will post.

No Wendy I am not Transport man, cheers H Hi Robert, Wilson Turnbull, born Newcastle son of William Turnbull AB on EARL PERCY. Wilson lived at 29 Fourth Avenue, Goole. Joined the Goole Steam Shipping Company in and remained with hearse forex factory through the amalgamation with the railway companies.

Promoted to master in and captained the NIDD, RAWCLIFFE, WENNING, AIRE, RIVER RIBBLE and DERWENT. His only son Arthur died aged 17 at Manil, Phillipines, whilst in the merchant navy. Buried in Goole cemetery in an unmarked grave. Hi Hamish, I think that is not the case. From personal experience the WW2 Log books and Crew Agreements were stored in Cardiff and they charged you a fortune to look at them.

But they have been moved to Kew, the main catalogue ref is BT To locate the relevant documents for each vessel it is necessary to know and enter the ship's official number. You can now do this for free. There are also card index files on ships' movements, their catalogue ref is BT This is unless anything has changed in the last five years or so. If you don't know the system it can be tedious but the staff there are very helpful and knowledgeable. The only trouble is that nowadays it tends to get very busy.

I suspect there are more records in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia especially re North Atlantic convoysshould you locate them please let me know. Ahoy Bill- Not quite so, put research guide C1 into your search box, or www. My interest had been my dad's Second World War history and fortunately for me those documents have been kept in Kew. I had not realised that documents for other periods had been dispersed. I'm not a sailor myself but I still harbour the desire to follow in my dad's footsteps and sail in a cargo ship across the North Atlantic to Newfoundland.

It is still possible but a bit complicated and expensive. But no U boats now! I joined the ship Pullborough with Billy Guy sometime in the 50s. Probobly due to a finger injury caused by Hamish pulling him out of the dock. Anyway in walked Des Darragh Des had come ashore and was working in a hotel in Brighton at that time.

I only ever saw Des once after that at a funeral in Goole for one of his brothers. Hellier Darragh is the last of the brothers surviving or at least he was when I left last year. Ahoy Pedro, I agree that billy was no good at darts, but he thought he could sing, spent many a night in Melodies listen to him taking off Frankie Lane, and not too too bad a job he did. When you were on the Pulburough was the skipper a red headed bloke, if so, he was "sparking" the landlady of the Hearse forex factory pub in shoreham now long metatrader 4 tpl file a complaint which was a great dart house.

I was in Shoreham in also in Goole the same year and I went looking for the" Windmill"and if I remember, it was a turn right at the top of the stairs after the boatman had taken you across the canal head down the hill past the pub on the right aCourages house then up the hill and turn left into a short street and the windmill was across the top, well I could not find the street let alone the pub, I did ask a bloke but he had never heard of it, but said there is a Windmill pub about two miles further north,which I legged it out to, but it was not the old windmill I remember, the pub at the top of the stairs is still there.

But the whole place has changed from what it was can't get near the docks anymore, and the gasworks and two powerstations are gone, along with the cooling towers, anyhoo such is progress cheers H Hamish it could have been same skipper on the pulborough but I was only on her hearse forex factory length of a dog watch. I never returned to Shoreham but have it from alocal guy now living in Goole that the old windmill was pulled down and another about 2 miles away was completely refurbished.

Leeds men did you know Harry Bray he settled in Goole married a barmaid in melodys his buddy also from leeds ginger haired lad Gordon? A few years ago I returned to Blyth another of my old stomping grounds no power stations all the old staiths gone but good fishing from the riverside quay happy days. Hamish I once visited my brother in Woodland Ave Goole. Observed Billy G staggering home 2 sheets to the wind ha ha he proceeded to get ready for bed outside a ladys house placed his wallet and keys on her gate post folded his coat for a pillow and got his head down.

I went for his wife May we got him home after a struggle to his correct berth. He still has his collection of Frankie Laine 78s probobly plays them on a steam driven gramaphone Sorry Pedro can't pull a Quasimodo and say any of those names ring a bell,my sailing buddies from Leeds were Peter Olley, Jimmy Cooper, a Londoner living in Leeds and Arther Mason, Pete crossed the bar a long time ago, Hearse forex factory quit the sea to drive a bus in Leeds, and Aurthur has been in touch via this web page but just one reply then silence.

Billy was quite a guy no pun intended I left a pint for him behind the bar in the vyemuden? A true gent with a chequered history and unlike some master mariners he certainly deserved the title Sir Just a correction for my last post, the Collier I sailed with was Jack Collier I think, and was quite a small guythe picture in the obit looks like he is a tall man? I wonder if there were two Colliers sailing with AHL, Jack Collier was forex trading robo 51 Commadore of AHL, and did fly an RN flag on the "Aire" however Hamish yes little jack was I believe his cousin.

Who also had a varied career with AHL Yes Barrie this is the same Capt Collier. I lived at no. Just dug up my discharge book, and the signiture on the "Aire" is J Collier, hearse forex factory I guess I was right there must be two of 'em Can anyone help? I am trying to find the crewlist of the SS Burma at the time of her sinking, fatalities and survivors. I have a photograph of a crew on which two have been recognised Hi Corby, re the Burma, if it was a WW2 sinking and especially if someone has the ships official number I could see if the Crew List is at the National Archive.

I live quite close to Kew. If so there is a good photo of her on Ships nostalgia, showing some of the crew on the after deck Hello Bill and Hamish. Thank you for your interest. I visit Nostalgia site Hamish but have not seen photo although the location of crew on Aft deck is familiar. The two Goole men recognised are Richard Bleasedale and Benjamin Abson this man being the grandfather of a regular visiter to this site Trevor Hardwick Mr.

Abson was caretaker of the Archibald Russell when she lay in the Butterboat berth during the last war. I knew the Bleasedale family down our street and went to the Alex with Roy. Who sadly died in SS Burma official No built by SB Austin Sunderland Sailing in ballast London to Goole sunk by mine layed by UC 6. Otto Ehrentraut 15 miles east of Harwich. Robert J Champion Fireman. Robert Dudding Able Seaman. John Shay Chief Eng. Albert Levy Able Seaman. James Gillyon Able Seaman Hi Pedro. After the great debacle of the Dornier raid on Goole.

Thank you for the fatality list. I wonder,why the secrecy? Some one must know who came home! I am currently involved in a long standing mystery which invovles anative of your fair Isle One Edward Morgan married my Aunt. He first appears in the census living in Mrs. Sykes boarding house Government St Goole as a seaman born in Barbados.

Michaels Barbados But now British subject by marriage! I did not return from the war. I have been unable to find where he died. All war deaths records have revealed nothing. I have a photo of him in uniform which appears to be Army with a small anchor on his epaulette. No experts that I have approached have come up with a solution to my quandry hi pedro re your recent post ss burma i am benjamin absons grandson that corby mentioned the name john shay made me look at the abson tree hearse forex factory that we have and he was my grandad benjamins cousin i asked mum today if she rememberd him and she did years and still recalls allmost all her life corby sent me a photo with ben on ss burma circa but i would like to find what other ships he sailed on any ideas trev Corby re-your uncle Edward Morgan born I presently reside in St Michaels here in Barbdos he wouldn't have to marry to claim british citizenship as Barbados was indipendant of Britain after been occupied since he was already a british citizen.

My present landlady here worked in the uk for 50 years and has dual nationality with both british and bajan passport. Anyway I digress Barbados is only some 20 miles in length been one of the smaller windward island. My best friend here is named Dale Morgan from St Michaels maybe I found your cousin ha ha. He his visiting me before I leave on the 1st april so I will pick his brain.

My search for answers to this problem go back many years. Even when we were in contact by email. I knew then your conection with this Island. I have tried all aspects including barbados records office. But his birth date does not tie up with his name. He has a good tan but sharp featured. I'll try your email and send if still available hi Pedro. British citizenship I understand. But on the census in column Next to were born. It is penned"British only by Marriage".

Both Collier's were in the RNVR - Jack Collier hearse forex factory heavily involved in the Operation Torch landings in North Africa. My father sailed wiht him - notably in the late 60's on hearse forex factory 'York' in the Medditeranean on charter for Ellerman Wilson. Luckily I have not got the big C but.

I can get around my flat OK but I and apart from getting the trailing hose caught on every dam thing in the place and almost pulling my ears off every time I go to make a cup of tea I can,t grumble. It crops up sometimes when the grand kids are here but if I moan all they say is"Well pop what,s the alternative" that shuts me up right away. Have got to go now but I will be back tomorrow to bring you a bit more up to datewith my life see you then Arthur Greetings again arthur!

I didn't know you were down Water Haig I did exactly the same thing for a year when my then wife became ill, and I had to get a year off from seagoing to be with her, and like you had to dodge national service, I was a "Clam Lad" to start, then moved to timbergate ripping,I worked down at what was called the West Board End, good money and free coal but when one don't see the sun for a couple of months only on weekends it becomes a bit of a drag after sea time, as I say I lasted a year then got a pier head jump on a British Tanker, was not out hearse forex factory the country more than a week and the cops were fx victoria quotes to the house looking for me, but the mother in law told them "if you want him, you will have to go to Mena El Alhamdi to get him"that was the last I heard of that problem, But when I came to Canada I paid off the Polden in Blyth on a Monday ,picked up the wife in Leeds ,and sailed for Canada on the Saxonia on the Wenesday, talk about cutting it fine!

Sorry to hear about your health tho arthur as I recall in the old days had it been a rum bottle you had to drag around all day I dont think you would have minded, I remember a couple of "full board days" with you, going down river was just a haze, how did we ever do itand not kill ourselves anyhoo till next time take care H Hello Transportman. Thankyou for the enlightenment.

I was 2nd mate on the buses punching tickets,and then a milkman with the coop- but I just could,nt be the way people expected me to be so after long talk with my good lady I was back at sea late I stayed sailing out of Goole until then I took wings and joined ESSO. Pumpman and stayed with the Co for 16 years until disaster struck, believe this or not over night in Sweden I developed an alergy to OIL.

I turned in early ready for a 5am start but when I got called ALL my skin was hearse forex factory off me. Anyway I was flown home that day to Southampton general and there I stayed until it was sorted out that took 6 months then another 6 months at home by this time we had all decided that Iwould be at risk if Iwas to go on another tanker so ESSO paid me off very generously and I finaly came ashore for good. It was not a happy ending though vera wasnt used to me being at home all the time and I could not get used too it so we got divorced.

I must have been the instagater s? I cannot remember any of the lads on the Polden except you, and I met your wife in Goole one time when you had her aboard, she wore Glasses as I recall? And I remember the skipper Teddy Eales, he left to become a Seaham harbour pilot don't know if he made it or not A fellow by the name of Wiliams was manager of Water Haig in my time, I remember him, as he and I had a couple of set too's over job training, which was all for naught, as I only lasted a year, made good money tho once I got on contract.

Can you remember the Mates name on the Polden? He was the chap that was homeward bound in after two years out, got torpedoed in the Bay of Biscay, and spent the rest of the war in a prison camp so he was away from home for at least seven years, things are starting to come back to me now, the Chief Steward Reg Lewis who liked to be called MissL, and the little cook from Goole dark chap with a goatee beard, but one hell of a good cook, but I cannot remember who was on deck with us, who was the bosun?

Anyhoo till next time Take care H I am one of the great, great grandsons of Charles Carr the 19th century Goole sailmaker. I believe that he made the sails for a boat called the Golden Wedding and possibly another called the George Kilner. Hearse forex factory wonder if any local history experts in Goole have any information about him or hearse forex factory suggest where I might look to try to find out a little more about him?

Roger Potts Hello Roger. Although not an historian. I have ,over the years taken a keen interest in the Hoeden shipbuilders Banks and Caisley. Over thirty vessels built by them. I have found little evidence exsists as to who was employed as sailmaker ect. Until I spoke to Ron Gosney of Knottingley. He supplied me with many answers. As to their stories and their fates. Ron has mentioned Charles and Stephen Carr in his book The Sailing Ships and Mariners of Knottingley.

I think that Ron is a true historian and if you do not know of the hearse forex factory. It is a good read ,I also suggest. Perhaps you should contact him Hi Corby; thanks for that information I will follow it up. I was aware that CHARLES CARR'S father was called Stephen and he too was a sail maker. I believe that he was from Selby but at some point the family must have moved to Knottingley and that would fit as Charles Carr married a Sarah Raddings who was the daughter of a Captain Raddings from Knottingley.

Also the story from the local paper in of the Schooner "Elite" Abandoned by the crew40 days out from Cadiz to St. She was built by Caisley in The owner was a John Raddings. This story is too much for these pages Thanks again Corby. That is some more information for me to look into. As far as I am aware the Sarah Raddings who married Charles Carr came from Knottingley and the marriage will have hearse forex factory somewhere in the s. However perhaps other descendents or relatives of the Captain Raddings also from Knottingley who was Sarah's father moved to Goole later in the 19th century.

Raddings is not a common name so they are probably connected and Goole is not far from Knottingley especially by water. Thamks again Roger Potts Various celebrations are taking place around the country to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic. Something I appreciate as my father and other men from Goole served on the North Atlantic convoys. It is a pity that recognition of their contribution to the war effort has come so late.

To Corby or anyone. Have just traced an ancestor in the Census vessels abroad and was listed as the Master of " JOHN HOWARD" a Billy Boy Schooner, a hearse forex factory and foreign trader. Can anyone tell me what was a BILLY BOY SCHOONER also while I am at a FLY BOAT Have a problem, came across an ancestor in the Census Vessles abroad Dunkirk where he was listed as the Master of the "JOHN HOWARD" a Hearse forex factory BOY SCHOONER.

What was a Billy Boy Schooner. Corby can you or anyone else answer these questions. My thanks, Harry Ahoy Harry! If you google Billy Boy Schooners you will see hearse forex factory was a name given to round bow round stern coasting schooners, quite common around the coast in the early days, built mainly in Yorkshire Hello Harry. I have just found in Ron Gosney's excellent book"The Sailing Ships and Mariners of Knottingley.

Sept SCHOONER"John Howard"Burthen Built at Kottingleyin by Edward Atkinson. Subscribing owners Joseph Crabtree Master Mariner 32 shares John Howard Ropemaker32 shares. Lost with all official papers between St. I had to halt my progrees. My dinner was on the table. My Gandad Joseph Auckland Cook was on a similar vessel "The Gem"in in Leigh Essex He was Cabin boy aged 15 There was Master his wife and daughter plus a deck hand.

Ran a pub in George Street Old goole named "The Hope" I have tried to find which "Hope" For I would like to think that he named it after the ship. But there were many "Hopes" built. What was your ancesters the Master name? Hi Hamish and Corby. Thanks for you answers. My ancestor was Joseph Crabtree, he was my g. He was later Master of the schooner "Martha and Ellen" He Accidently Drowned on the 14th Oct As A note of interest in census his father James Crabtree was Master of the Keel Boat "Hope".

Thanks again you two. Harry Hi Harry In Ron Gosneys book a whole chapter 12 pages is dedicated to Joseph. Mentioning all of his family;with a print of his portrait A very interestig read. I have another book which I refer to Merchant Sailing ships by David R. I was sorry to see no mention of Knottingley builders within and only one Goole Ship "The Unity " built by John Banks at Howden.

Astern of her is a Ketch "Mary Anne". Thanks very much for your help, Corby. Are you related to the Harry Tutty who had a daughter called Ellen that married Dick Garrett? I think Harry was his nickname. From your last mail to me. It appears that you may know me. I answered your first message on the assumption that you were Harry Driffill. I believe now this may not hearse forex factory the case. I knew many Harry's when I lived in Goole.

Can you give me any indication of which Harry I am in contact with. Or, are you reaching me from the grave? Sorry to disappoint you but non of those name ring a bell we me nor has any appeared in the family tree's that I am researching. My regards, Harry Just seen this site and wondering if anyone knows anything about a ship called S Corea, as my Great grandfather Tom Harrison Sprakes was listed aboard this ship in the census. If you go to www. The relevant paragraph is about half way down the article.

I switched sites, from the "Bridges" to the Ships". I cannot remember you when our family lived in "Rip Van Winkle Land" though you seem to recall my brother, Douglas who is about your age. I am a couple of years older than Doug. Our friends were the Taylors, Brian and Billy, Trevor Bramham, Roy Bleasdale he died whilst in his childhoodalso Eric Caldicott, Georgie Nickols,Alan Fielder, just to name a few that I can recall and there would be a few girls around.

We came back to Goole for summer holidays and sometimes for Christmas, staying either at my Grandparents house in Westbourne Grove or my Grandmothers at 70 Edinburgh Street. Have just recently met up with one of the teenage friends. Had a good lunch together talking about the "Old Days" whilst our wives got to know each other. Regards, Harry Hi Paul. Thanks for your reply. Found the article on the site you gave, everything is still clear as mud to this dull old brain Thanks again. Regards, Harry Hi Harry.

You cannot go far wrong on the. Ships page as the life blood of the town revolves around the shipping. You certainly struck a chord when you mentioed Roy Bleasedale He was your age born March ' But I do remember Roy with his beaming smile. The family lived in our street then. But moved after Roy's death. A few years ago I wrote an article about the people of Stanley Street. From which I recieved lots of interest by Email. One lady in particular was called Lilo Bleasedale who had married Jim.

She also asked if I remembered Roy. She lived in Germany so it came as a surprise. She sent hearse forex factory a Tree which started with the Hirst family. Through hearse forex factory other Goole families which included The Bleasedales also many photographs of this family. We have not been to Goole this year. The first time in 56 years Hi Corby. Before I left Boothferry Road Junior School in to live in Hull there was a John Bleasedale in my form.

Do you know if he was related to Roy? Paul Hi Paul sorry there is no John mentioned on this tree in the years you mention. The last child born was in Whassup guys, everyone retired or something? Nice postings from various folks, but where are all the regular troops? Good to see you are still on the right side of the grass,It has been rather quiet here on the Goolie site, I was expecting our good buddy Pedro to be on, with a run down on Goole news, but then maybe he is out in the sunny climes ,swamping rum, and roasting his belly in the hot hearse forex factory, speaking of which I see the weather has not been too kind to you guys down east, hearse forex factory on the other hand are in the midst of a heat wave, till tomorrow that is, I am off next week for a europe river cruise, Amsterdam to Budapest,havn't been in Amsterdam since my time on the "Lanky boats" the Aire I think, or was it the Blythe, age does funny things, that was way back in the fifties, so I expect I won't regognise a thing,The cruise supplies all the booze free well you pay for it in your ticket of course so will see if I remember any of it when I get home!

Take care H Nice to hear from you too Hamish, and your forthcoming trip to the back of beyond; Amsterjam and Bloodypest. Only kidding of course. Hope you have a great time, but like you say, it won't be anything like you remember it. Regarding the weather here in Ontario, we had a great summer and it aint over yet we are still a few degrees better off than Newfyland and New Scotland etc. I have not closed my pool yet. In fact I was in building winning trading systems tradestation pdf download quran a dip earlier on today.

Water is still in the 70's, but this is normally about the time to seal her off for what's to come. All the best Hamish. Send us a card. I've had a request from a Carline Dixon regarding anything to do about he GGrandfather Thomas Harrison Sprakes who served on the SS Corea. Frederick Arthur Hewitt AB seaman. Rowland James Clark " ". Thomas Harrison Sprakes " ". George William Marchant " ". Henry Mathias Triggs " ".

William Henry Pratt " ". Alfred Jackson Chief Engineer. Francis Thomas Midgley 2nd. John William Curtis ". To who I am related was of particular interest to myself Can anyone else be of help to this lady? Today I heard of the death of Pedro. My informant a lady who went to the same school in Old Goole told me that she saw him on his bike and then only a few days later read of his death.

What a fountain of knowledge and a well liked man. He will be sadly missed. God Bless Hello Corby, thanks for giving us the news about Pedro. I knew him only through his postings on this website but he struck me as a very decent man of great wisdom, experience and humour. I am sad that he is no longer with us. We borrowed your Dad's story if you remember. Pedro really enjoyed that for it ran in paralel lines to his. But not in wartime. Even after their time at sea. If so maybe one of his daughters may see it printed?

Corby, to say I am shocked by your posting about Pedro is an understatement. Assuming, of course, that we are talking about the same Pedro we all know from this web site. I am refering to Pete Harrison, who I never knew as a seaman, but came to know quite well when we had both swallowed the anchor, as it were. I will check out the local Goole papers for confirmation of his demise, but there can't be too many Pedros around the Goole area. He will certainly be sadly missed on this site and in the Goole area.

The last time I met Pete was in the 'Town and Country' pub Wetherspoons a few years ago when I was last there on vacation. He did spend quite a bit of time in his little corner of the world, Barbados Little England where I am sure he will be missed too. More to follow in due course. No more shocked than I Gary. He was one of those guys that hearse forex factory always there and therefore now badly missed. He chose like many of my old mates to go to sea and it stood him in good stead.

One hearse forex factory his closest neighbors who also went MN after serving his apprentice ship at the Shipyard John Appleyard who went Deepsea but later on the Abbey Boats. He is now very poorly. Another person I know you knew Dennis Philpot who as a child down our street surprised all later when he became Mr. I saw him hearse forex factory year at his nephews funeral and he still looks quite fit.

He skippered many"Ships" including the scooner "Samuel" built at Selby by Samuel Gutteridge. The owner was James Audus. It's in the Goole shipping register. I believe they Adamsons did the runs to London from Selby. His cousin Thomas Adamson Selby spent some time in London ,and married in Selby ,His Master's Certificate was issued at Goole 16 Jan. Thanks again Corby for your info regarding Pedro's passing. I would have liked to have been there for his 'last trip' as it were, but time and space just did not permit.

I have no doubt that there is a place for him on the Lock Hill Memorial site. I will certainly look for it on my next visit. The name of John Appleyard does kinda ring a bell, having been on the Abbey boats myself at various times in the early sixties, but I do not have a clear recollection of him. I guess it is the age thing again. I do remember Dennis Philpot from my time with the Goole Judo Club down in the Victoria Pleasure Grounds.

Nice to know that he is still 'lifting and snatching' or whatever it is they do. Bill Sutton and Phil Knight were his main partners at the time, in fact Phil, if memory serves, was hearse forex factory British Champion in power lifting. Say Hi to these guys on my behalf whenever you can Corby. My, how time flies.

Not very nice to be "off site" for three weeks and come home to news like that, the demise of Pedro, he was a true spirit on site, and altho' I never met him I do think I had a pint with him in "Charlies" in the early fifties, but its that age thing again I felt as thought he were a close friend, he was my link to try and keep track of a couple of "Goolies"I was at sea with, namlely Billie Guy and George Cannon,so there is another hole in history with his passing.

My thoughts are with his family and close friends at this sad time, and as Gary has mentioned there must be room on that memorial!! Well Hamish, it came as a shock to us all about Pedro's passing but he would have been the last person on earth to see the site decline because of it. On a more positive note, i trust you had an enjoyable trip to some of your old stomping grounds.

Namely Amsterdam, as I don't think any of the Lanky boats ever went to Budapest. I would hope that you didn't linger too long on those streets where young ladies sit in the windows displaying their wares, but that's another story. Yes the first few days in Amsterdam were realy good, we took a couple of extra days before the cruise just to explore Amsterdam and low and behold the first "tour" we did on joining the cruise was a walking trip around Canal street, with a guide who filled us in on a little history of the place,I found it "subdued" as to what I remember, but to be honest we did not tour the whole area, the "window" hearse forex factory were still there tho'.

We also did the "Hop on Hop off" canal tour which took us about two days, and something I would say everyone going to Amsterdam should do, its cheap and very interesting! Another thing that took my mind back to Goole was the number of bikes! Everyone seems to ride one, and one is more in danger of being hit by a bike than a car, they have there own bike paths which we tourists would mistake for the side walk, and end up in a pile of bikesThey say they have a population of a million peopleand two million bikes!!

The river cruise was good, the food, the booze,the accomodation, were superb, however some of the day trips turned into glorified bus tours, and a lot of the river cruising was done at night, and to mar things for me ,was, I caught a "bug"from someoneand spent the last four days hacking and coughing in my cabin and all that free beer going begging but all in all, apart from a few "gliches"I would say it was money well spent I have only just found this site and over the past hour have been greatly impressed and moved by the accounts and stories of Goole seafarers and would just like to add a few of my own from when I lived in Dunhill Road Goole from My father, William Sutcliff, first went to sea in from Goole in the Orlando for 4 years, Torrington for 3 years, Thersa for 3 years and Easingwold for 4 years until the start of the 2nd World War, when he joined the newly built at Goole shipyard MV Coxwold and served on her, with Captain Pratt as Master, through many theatres of war including D Day.

After the war my mother joined my father and took me along for what sounded like a world cruise, but being only perhaps 3 or 4 at the time I do not have any memory of it, but she always used to tell the story of how she nearly lost me in a bazaar in Casablanca. Why he left the Coxwold always puzzles me because it was a lucky ship and my mother always spoke highly of Captin Pratt, but from he quickly moved from Saltfleet, Welsh Trader and then the Lanky boats, Hodder, Dearn, Alt, a 7 day voyage on Felixstowe which does not sound like a Lanky, then back to the Dearne, Hodder, Don and Rother, hearse forex factory 2 months on the Broadhurst in and back to the Lankys Aire and Alt until Then it was Poole River, Holderknoll and 3 months on the Marlwood of France Fenwick inwhich is the first ship mentioned on this web site.

He then moved with Captain Tom Collier of Reedness, who he got on very well with, to the Gwynwood for 2 years and finally after 8 months he died aged 59 on the Braywood whilst she was berthed at Jarrow hearse forex factorywhen I was 15 years of age. He was a cook and steward and Chief Steward on the Coxwold, cook on the Lanky boats and steward on the France Fenwick boats. Although I cannot remember seeing her I remember the dintinctive siren of the Parkenella amongst all hearse forex factory others, when they used to blow them on New Years eve.

I wanted to go to sea but my mother strictly forbid in on account of the fact that my father was always away rather than at home, which of course is the life of a seafarer and my memories of him are few and fleeting- later I became a barrister instead! Although I live in Country Durham on my way to Whitby I've sometimes called at the village of Coxwold, near Sutton Bank and wondered what significance the name had to the owners, Atkinson Prickett who must have named her -perhaps one of their family had lived there.

I have wonderful memories of going round the docks as a child and a young man and, in contrast to today's fences and railings, one could virtually go anywhere and I remember Everard's MV Grit in dry dock and their other 'ity' boats. My father was born in at North Street and his father Jacob was the one of the sons of Abraham Sutcliff, mentioned earlier on this site and in Mike Marsh's book as being the licensee of The Crown Inn in Ouse Street in the 's.

Abraham Sutcliff's headstone is still handsome and erect in Goole cemetery a century or so later. It is 50 years since I left Goole, but it is still in the blood. Ray Gosling's death this week prompted me to start this search, because his obituary says his favorite of the many documentaries he made was about Goole docks, being on a barge and talking to girls who knew seafarers! Malcolm Sutcliff Malcolm, very interesting for me as I posted the original message about the Marlwood.

My dad was ship's cook but left the MN in Had you realised that you posted your message on the 'archive' Ships page and there is another Ships page with many more messages from recent years. I am taking the liberty of copying below a message just posted by Malcolm Sutcliffe on the Archive Ships page, I notice that there are other recent messages posted there that should be on this page and may have been missed by our readership. Webmaster can you do something about this? Malcolm Sutcliff" Hi Bill - Thanks for pointing it out.

I'll attempt to move the messages across from the archive page at the weekend Hello Malcolm and Bill. The three of us are lucky to know where our fathers were through out their hearse forex factory lives also the war years. Although my father was in the other war. When all worked on the Marlwood My father a Docker. His main job was Coal Trimmer But towards the end of his working life he worked for Bennets as a Cargo Checker.

He retired in aged Perhaps you are wondering what my latest post had to do with Bennets shipping. Because The Marlwood always moored up at Bennets Wharf along with the Ortalon I perhals assumed wrongly that she was a Bennets ship. In I had just completed my apprenticeship and it was touch and go wether I joined the Ortalon or did my stint in the National service.

I chose the later as I was able to go in in my trade. I made a friend in the RAF who was the mamger of the Whitby Shipyard. After our demob I had a job lined up there. Each year we came "Home" for the cemetery run ,friends and also visiting Barnard Castle where my brother in law owned a guest house A listed building for like so many others Cromwell had visited.

Finally your reference to Sutton Bank. In I joined Goole Wheelers Many members chose to ride Fixed wheel with only a front brake. To go down SuttonBank and it's neighbour Wass Bank. Gave the thrill of a lifetime we had to be sure our feet were firmly clipped in. Great days, well remembered Ahoy Malcolm! The vessel was actually the ''Marwood'' Capt. McLeod a true gentleman Corby Bunting - name of vessel should read "Marsworth" - first comment in movers and shakers by John Storey confirms this.

The vessel I have been referring to was definitely the Marlwood official no. The second ship of that name. How to arrive at a conclusion I don't know. I know that I once made and delivered a Hold ladder to the ship from our workshop next door to Camplings. I do hearse forex factory know who the Master was. Jack Taylor of Armthorpe who married a very good friend hearse forex factory ours, Mary Taun. Mary is no longer with us or her sister Eileen, but I believe Jack still lives in Goole.

Perhaps one of our readers will know of him? Marlwood, launched as Felside, became Swandale, owners,Atkinson and Pricket, became Marlwood, owners France Fenwick, broken up After a few weeks of computer problems I'm back on track. Nice to hear from you again Hamish last time I heard from you, you'd just returned from Amsterdam. Anyways, a note to Bill Stewart; as I've probably mentioned in previous postings, I never sailed with your dad Joe but I knew him well.

After I came ashore inI worked with him at Ferrybridge 'C' power station and spent hearse forex factory happy hours with him and your mom in the Peacock lounge on East Parade; whilst you were still in 'Uni', to use today's vernacular. It's not the same place nowadays apparently, but what the heck - memories never change. Any way folks, I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and hope to resume normal service in due course.

I echo that Gary!! Altho I am not a "Native" Goolie coming from Leeds by way of the Scottish Highlands I have many memories of hearse forex factory old place,The Railway Tavern and "Charlie". Melodies, hearse forex factory first pub I ever set foot in in Goole as a young green deck boy, and the great times we had there voyage after voyage in the "lankie boats",the colliers,and the deep sea trips in between,the girls we fell in love with for a trip and the fellow seamen we rubbed shoulders with, great great memories!!

All I can say is "Thank you Goole for your Tolerance,and be sure to have a very merry Christmas and a Great hearse forex factory year!! Lang May Yer Lums Reek Hi Gary, mention of 'Ferrybridge C' brings back memories. My dad got me a temporary job there in my summer college vacation I think I was working for Babcocks? Anyway as a fitters mate I accidentally dropped a hammer down the gap between the gantry and boiler?

We were at the top level and I had to walk, with some trepidation, down five flights of stairs to retrieve it - I knew there were men working below! Thank god I didn't kill anyone but the blokes down there certainly used some colourful language to say what they thought of me. You are right on all counts.

I remember your name but I can't put a face to it yet, although I will continue to work on it. Other opportunities cropped up too numerous to mention here. Anyways, nice to hear from you and perhaps we can 'swing the lamp' again and fill in a few gaps later. Hope to hear from you guys later, Hamish; Bill et-al. I once had a ride on the Marlwood.

The captain was my great uncle. I remember visiting his house in Reedness many times. Would love to hear from Mark Mackenzie. His mother was my mothers cousin. His auntie Lily still alive and living in New Zealand? May I wish all contributors a very Happy New Year. Hope to hear from you later. First thanks for the reply Gary correction on the price of beer 1 krone across the road 75 ore in dockers canteen on quay. I hearse forex factory introduce myself, Barry Krebbs put me onto this site, I read all the comments from Geoff Le Voguer in to present with interest.

I went to sea school in Gravesend in late 50s and came out as a fully qualified deck boy. After several deep sea trips and getting my E. I started sailing out of Goole I was several A. L ships York, Leeds,Wakefield, Whitby Abbey and Byland Abbey. Other ships were Lancing, Ardingly, Broadhurst, London, Eildon, Hesslegate. ENY IMFO ON THIS SUBJECT WOULD BE MUCH WELCOME Hi once again guys:. Regarding Tony's reference to the butter boats, namely the Byland Abbey and sister ship Kirkham Hearse forex factory on the Copenhagen run, I used what little techy knowledge I have and used Google Earth to zoom in on where we used to tie up at 'Islands Brygge'.

What we knew as 'Container Brugge' just across from the Bodega and Haroldsburg is now waterside parkland. Landscaped lawns with park benches and such. I'd love to visit it now and reminisce. I also understand that the imposing structure of the Hotel Europa. I have a couple of photos the old 35mm type with the Europa in the background which I treasure. Tony, you may have been on the Byland Abbey around this time. I,ll try and send them to the site if I can figure out how.

Where's the grandkids when you need 'em? Hi Gary I only met Lutie Walton once. At his sister in law Mary Tauns wedding. I have photo of Jim Stanley,Lutie. Bob Harrison Pedro's Bro Ely Taun Mary's Dad and Tommy Gill Photo taken hearse forex factory the Peacock. Email me for a copy if you wish Cor stone the crows Gary! You sure have a good memory, all I can remember of Practice stock trading account balance while on the "Don" was the mermaid sitting on the rock in the harbour, well maybe I can recall a few brewery "tours" where they would give you a case of beer for taking the tour, but that only lasted untill they came to regognise you, no matter what kind of disguise one tried, I got away with it three times, and I have a vague memory of the gardens, and a couple hearse forex factory football pitches, thats about it, can not remember where we tied up tho, nor all the big buildings you speak of, you must have been paying attention Hi all.

While I remember most and sailed with a lot of the names mentioned in past comments I will give a few more that may be known, Gary beat me to two, who could forget the Bopper and Lute, sadly I believe Tony died a long time ago, I recall taking him home to Moorends with hearse forex factory carryout on the back seat there were three of us I think Spats Sutcliffe was the other one. The crew of the Lancing was Capt.

Bilton, Charlie the Pole mate, Arthur Mount sec. Ted Acaster was cook, went home with Stan once to Seaford, went out atlantic computer a bundle of pricing options solution 5000 his bros and slept on his mums floor. Others I have sailed with Pete Mudd and Graham Togger? Two others come to mind Cisco and Lofty who I think were Roy Linningtons bros.

To go onto AHL all the captains did their own pilotage to Goole, as Gary will probably remember Capt. Walters on the Leeds had his own wheelman between Hull and Goole I took this job when whoever was doing it left, good job kept hearse forex factory and sheltered. Whitby Abbey had Paddy Boyland capt. Finally the York which I did most of my Copenhagen, on either on the beer run or relieving Byland or Kirkham as her lower holds were fridge, Capt.

Bill Laverack one of the best who I knew before I went to sea as I delivered his newspaper when I was at school, somebody mentioned an article about him in the local paper I kept that it is from The Goole Times dated Thurs. That seems to be all about ships for now. After he left the pub Hughie worked with me as a lorry driver for Lep Trasnsport well that seems to be all for now I feel like Max Bygraves, gonna tell you a story. Hope to read some good comments, corrections or whatever to this lot.

Just remembered I was talking to Ken Bromley the other day and I asked him which AHL Captain flew the Blue Ensign he thought it was Jack Collier can someone verify. You have a memory for names that matches Garies,I was from Leeds but don't regognise any of the names hearse forex factory which you speak, I am surprised that Hughie went truck driving as Melodies was such a thriving pub, seemed to be always full dependent on tide times of course.

You have a Smith as Bosun on the Beeding, what year would that be? When I hearse forex factory on her Long Bill Johnston from Hove was Bosun and he had been on her from new, he was a permanent fixture on hearse forex factory and I would relieve him for his holidays, that was the middle fifties. You are correct Jack Collier was the blue ensign guyhe was Master on the Aire, in fact he was in command when she was hit and sunk just down river from Goole, a great guy by the name of Tute was Mate on her he became a Goole river pilot.

A couple of "Goolies" I was with were George Cannon, Billy Guy,"buckie" Dent, "Lofty" Cornforth, and a couple of Leeds Guys were Jimmy Cooper, Aurther Mason who has posted on here and Pete Olley now sadly gone. I sailed with many more "Goolies " but names are not my strong point, but I am surprised you never mentioned Billy Guy, he became a docker as he was a star turn in Melodies with his renditions of Franckie Lanebut then maybe the era of which I speak is a little before your time, mines was the early 50'sjoined my first ship in Goole in at the dock right outside Melodies front door Cheers H Hi all Re my last posting,got to where I was mentioning Hughies wife hit something and scrubbed the lot, had to try remember and rewrite all I had written.

Forgot the Haraldsburg Gary and the little grocers on the corner, Islands Brygge certainly altered from the wasteland full of raiway containers etc. One name I forgot from my re-write, Jim Costello cook on the Whitby also had a good poker school on there. I knew Billy Guy but as I said all the names I posted I had not seen mentioned before. To finish this posting, I have signed up to Ships Nostalgia, have found photos of every ship I was on except London there are thousands.

Thats it bye for now. Nearly forgot, as you said Hamish, Jack Collier was on the Aire when she had the collision well Ken Bromley who I mentioned was on the wheel. Hi guys once again. Tony, I well remember most of your list of former shipmates, plus a few more.




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