Cineraria GY 216

Cineraria Built 1889 by Cochranes of Selby for North Eastern Steam Fishing Co
18/07/1915 Went missing while on a North Sea Trip – No Survivors
07/09/1915 Registry Closed
At Grimsby today it was officially notified that the North Eastern SF Co owners of the CINERARIA had given the vessel up as lost with all crew of nine hands
01/09/1915 The vessel is supposed to have been sunk by a mine in the North Sea on or about July 18th, and information of the disaster was first reported by the skipper of the Grimsby trawler DON. Hull Daily Mail

SurnameForenamesAge at DeathDate of DeathRank Boat
BOCOCKFREDERICK3518/07/1915Deck HandCineraria
HAYLOCKJOHN THOMAS3518/07/1915Second HandCineraria
SNELLINGROBERT2618/07/1915Second EngineerCineraria   
HANNGEORGE5218/07/1915First EngineerCineraria
WARRJOHN4818/07/1915Deck HandCineraria   
ROWEHAROLD2618/07/1915Third HandCineraria   
TOZERWILLIAM HENRYUnknown18/07/1915SkipperCineraria

Her Details are

  • Official Number 96201
  • Yard Number 28
  • GT 154 NT 71
  • Dimensions 100.6 x 20.7 x 11.0
  • Quarter Deck 19 Foc’sle 20
  • Engines by C D Holmes 50 NHP 10 knots

17/07/1915 Missing Presumed Mined