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Old 22nd March 2010, 23:13
Phil Wigglesworth Phil Wigglesworth is offline  
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Looking to get in touch with old shipmates from Turnbull Scott 73/81. Good times !!!!
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Old 23rd March 2010, 12:36
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Looking to get in touch with old shipmates from Turnbull Scott 73/81. Good times !!!!
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I was deck app,1960/63 on the Stonegate and Sungate,not a good time for me,but there you go,cannot win them all. Millerman.
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Old 23rd March 2010, 21:47
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Hi Phil look on my site sam2182sw
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Old 24th March 2010, 03:23
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Hi Phil

Was R/O On The GELA 1972/73 Dont Think We Sailed Together. Maxie Simpson Was OM
Have Lost Contact With Shipmates On The Gela.

Do You Remember The Late Terry Gibson? 3/E

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Old 20th August 2010, 00:45
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Hi Phil, Ian Goodall how you doing?
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Old 20th August 2010, 01:20
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Phil -

I was R/O on SANDGATE March to July 77 & the SOUTHGATE May to Sept. 80.

Regret don't recall your name - have a few poeple pix somewhere.

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Old 22nd September 2011, 11:48
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Hi Phil,
I was deck app,1960/63 on the Stonegate and Sungate,not a good time for me,but there you go,cannot win them all. Millerman.
My Dad,Ted Ward served his time on the Empire Summer that was renamed Stonegate during the war from 1942/5 somewhere I`ve got some old photos of her
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Old 18th February 2012, 14:49
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hello it is agreat site to be on once i get the hang of it all/anyway why i am writting to see if im of my rocker,i have found a snapshot ofthe hyde park,there is no main mast,derreks(4)/island tween 1/2 no island midships thats all for now kevin mcavoy
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Old 9th March 2012, 22:24
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i wonder does anyone remember the R/Os who sailed with turnbull scotts? Guess Not But The ROs Were Begining To Fade Out, Just Like GKB QSA 1/2 At Three In The Morning. Were We All Suckers?
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Old 5th August 2012, 12:20
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Hi Phil I remember the name but I remember Ian joining his first ship (Stonegate In Lagos)
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Old 5th August 2012, 12:34
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Hi Phil Remember Your Name Also Tom Black , Jimmy Bell Mr Cheng To Name A Few
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Old 5th August 2012, 12:36
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Hi Phil Remember Your Name Also Tam Black , Jimmy Bell Mr Cheng To Name A few
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Old 24th January 2013, 02:52
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i wonder does anyone remember the R/Os who sailed with turnbull scotts? Guess Not But The ROs Were Begining To Fade Out, Just Like GKB QSA 1/2 At Three In The Morning. Were We All Suckers?
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I remembr Brian Donaldson who came to our Mission on the Trongate in 1979. He had a twin brother, Mike, also a R/O.
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Old 29th January 2013, 22:52
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Not sure If I sailed with you, I was one of the last Engineer Cadets, sailed on the Saltersgate, Ettrick and Trongate In 1981 during my sea phase and then the Rangelock, Marilock and St Aubin as 4/e -3/e between 1983 and 1986.

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Old 15th May 2013, 13:08
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Hi, just joined the site. Iremember George Savage R/O on the Gela. I was a Ist trip cadet, joined in Rotterdam in September 1972 and paid off in Key West (put ashore) with appendicitis in December. Other crew members I remember are Captain Simpson, C/O thompson(I think),2/0 Willie Alexander, 3/0 Bob Mc Manus, Chris Bowring (Cadet) C/E Bruce, 2/E George Everitt (I think) , 3/E Terry Gibson, Chief Steward Terry Deighton plus the ships dog Flop. Ring any bells anyone?
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Old 15th May 2013, 14:25
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Hi Ian,
You may have seen my earlier post re the Trongate when she visited Wallaroo in 1979. Willie Alexander was C/O at the time and is currently a Humber pilot.
Hope you manage to find news of the guys you mentioned. This is a brilliant site!
Best Wishes,
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Old 2nd June 2013, 19:27
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Hi Ian,
You may have seen my earlier post re the Trongate when she visited Wallaroo in 1979. Willie Alexander was C/O at the time and is currently a Humber pilot.
Hope you manage to find news of the guys you mentioned. This is a brilliant site!
Best Wishes,
Lynne
Thanks for the info about Willie Alexander. Nice to know he is gainfully employed. Turnbulls had only just got the Trongate when I left the Merchant Navy. From reading other posts I have heard about Ted Ellerby passing on. I sailed with him on previous ships like the Stonegate, Narya and Sandgate. He was a great guy and a very good captain.Sorry to hear about him.
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Old 2nd June 2013, 19:50
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Hi Ian,
You may have seen my earlier post re the Trongate when she visited Wallaroo in 1979. Willie Alexander was C/O at the time and is currently a Humber pilot.
Hope you manage to find news of the guys you mentioned. This is a brilliant site!
Best Wishes,
Lynne
After reading your other posts I realise that Peter Cooper was the old man on the Trongate not Ted Ellerby. Ionly sailed with him once on the Stonegate in 1978 when she was rock dodging around the U.K. and Northern Europe for a while. I was 3rd Mate and Peter Cooper junior was one of the cadets along with Paddy Shrimpton and Dave Reynolds.
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Old 3rd June 2013, 08:19
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After reading your other posts I realise that Peter Cooper was the old man on the Trongate not Ted Ellerby. Ionly sailed with him once on the Stonegate in 1978 when she was rock dodging around the U.K. and Northern Europe for a while. I was 3rd Mate and Peter Cooper junior was one of the cadets along with Paddy Shrimpton and Dave Reynolds.
Is great to hear some news of a while back.......I was sad to hear Peter Cooper (senior) had died a few years ago.
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