SHIPS CAPTAIN. SHIP STRUCK MINE IN THE NORTH SEA WITH LOSS OF ALL TEN CREW. MASTER OF THE RED CROSS TRAWLER, “BARBADOS” MINED WHILE FISHING. HE LEFT A WIDOW AND SEVEN CHILDREN, AGED BETWEEN 14 YEARS TO 10 WEEKS. HE HAD CAPTAINED THE SHIP ON THREE TRIPS. (HDM 23/11/1920) *
FV Barbados (H938) was a British registered fishing vessel of 183grt built in 1907 by Earles Shipbuilders, Hull. Presumed mined on 6th November 1920. All hands lost.
CREW LOST ON BARBADOS (H938), missing, presumed to have struck mine, 6th November, 1920. HUDSON, Joseph (40), 127 Chiltern st, Hull. Cook JENKINSON, William (47), 3 Emily-ter, Strickland st, Hull. Bosun KELLY, Joseph (53), 5 Villa-ter, Wassand st, Hull. 3rd/Hand KENNY, Patrick (44), 34 Portland Place, Hull. Deckhand PETTMAN, David (35), 11 Burleigh-ter, Hawthorn-ave, Hull. Chief Engineer PHILLIPS, Frederick (52), 14 Milton-grove, Elm st, Hull. 2nd/Hand REYNOLDS, J. H (45), 41 Carrington st, Hull. Skipper RIBEE, Thomas (20), 14 Spring-gdns, Hawthorne-ave, Hull. Trimmer WEAVER, Arthur (44), 5 Talbot-ter, Bean st, Hull. Cook WEAVER, Thomas (40), 8 Belgrave-ter, Rosamond st, Hull. 2nd/Engineer Read more at wrecksite: https://www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?166695