Ahoy there shipmates

Robertjames
19th December 2005, 22:50
My Grandad served aboard J&C Harrison ships in the 30's and 40's I would like to find out more about the firm and the ships he served on, if anyone could help I would gratefull.

I am a simple landlubber from Manchester

Rob

non descript
19th December 2005, 22:56
A warm welcome to you Robert, I'm sure many of the crew will be able and very willing to assist you in your quest. Enoy the site, Bon Voyage and a very Happy Christmas

bobby388
19th December 2005, 23:32
welcome aboard rob yuo will get al the help here cheers (bobby)glasgow

Doug Rogers
20th December 2005, 02:15
Welcome to the site Rob, enjoy the membership and look forward to any contributions you may wish to make.

flyer682
20th December 2005, 07:07
Welcome aboard, Rob. Enjoy the site and all we have to offer.

thunderd
20th December 2005, 07:24
A warm welcome from me too Rob, I hope you find what you are looking for and enjoy the site.

R58484956
20th December 2005, 11:05
Welcome Robert to SN enjoy the site and all it has to offer and a merry christmas to you.

tanker
20th December 2005, 14:16
Welcome aboard from Italy.
Gp

ruud
20th December 2005, 14:19
Ahoy Rob,

Welcome aboard, enjoy yourself on this fine ship and her crew, as we do; looking forward to your postings.
From Holland

nigelcollett
20th December 2005, 16:47
Hi Rob

Welcome to the site. There is a very interesting book about TJH's called "Harrisons of Liverpool" by Graeme Cubbin and published by the World Ship Society/Ships in Focus Publications. 'Fraid its not cheap but could someone owe you a good Xmas pressie. Not only does in have historical records but also more personal anicdotes.

I would recomend it to anybody, no I'm not on commission.

NigelC

edward
20th December 2005, 19:08
hi robert welcome on board,there is allso a cheaper book available, merchant fleets thos.&jas. harrisons by, duncan haws, a good information source on harrisons.regards edward.