BORN BRIGHTON. WIFE MAUD (SHORES) LIVED ABOVE. SON OF EMMA & THE LATE WILLIAM BOWLES. HIS DEATH,ADDRESS AND PHOTOGRAPH WERE REPORTED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL ON 18TH JUNE 1915, AND THE HULL TIMES ON 19TH JUNE WITH HIS PHOTOGRAPH. * COMMEMORATED ON THE TOWER HILL NAVAL MEMORIAL, LONDON
Argyll (H 923) or Argyle (both names used), built by Mackie & Thomson, Govan in 1906 and owned at the time of her loss by Gt. Northern Steamship Fishing Co. Ltd., Hull, was a British trawler of 280 tons. On June 15th, 1915, Argyll was sunk by a mine from the German submarine UC-11 (Walter Gottfried Schmidt), 12 miles ESE of Harwich. 7 persons were lost.
CREW LOST ON ARGYLL (H923), enemy action ½ miles off Sunk Lt Vl, 15th June, 1915. COWLAM, Jack (29), 3 Willow-grove, Somerset st, Hull. Fireman SOARDS, Arthur (-), P. o. b. , London. Skipper TURNER, Albert (21), 50 Railway Cottages, Hessle rd, Hull. Deckhand WISE, Albert (46), 3 Ebor-ter, Eastbourne st, Hull. Deckhand WISE, Arthur (42), 1 Auckland-ter, Gillett st, Hull. Cook Read more at wrecksite: https://www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?205507