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  #26  
Old 24th March 2015, 20:33
Lis Lis is offline  
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Does anyone know what happened to PZ143 - Boy James, owned by the Nicholas family in Sennen? Also, what was the name of PZ294 - was it Castle Boy, or did this have another PZ number? They were used as Trinity House relief boats for the Longships lighthouse.
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Old 3rd December 2015, 04:42
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Question Newlyn lugger

I would be happy to receive any information re my mother's family fishing boat - the Boy Bob - named I think after Robert Simons.

Many thanks
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Old 15th February 2016, 22:45
Angelgartrall Angelgartrall is offline
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Hi what sort of info are you looking for? I'm Julian semmens daughter x
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Old 15th February 2016, 22:49
Angelgartrall Angelgartrall is offline
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Whilst not a PZ Registration ...
I am trying to help a friend in Australia to discover more details of the fishing vessel that was lost 16th February 1993. Off Padstow, I believe.
His brother-in-law owned the vessel. Owned and working out of Newlyn.
Registration WH 480; Name LIA-G;
Owned by Paul Semmens and Pat Leeds;
Julian Semmens (elder brother) was drowned in the incident.
24.94 grt; 14 metres.
Built 1976.
Please can anyone help with more details of her build, details and history?
Best Wishes, Raymond
Hi what info are you looking for I am Julian's daughter x
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Old 15th February 2016, 23:28
Douglas Paterson Douglas Paterson is offline  
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http://ec.europa.eu/fisheries/fleet/...&search_id=837
This link will give you detail. There will be more in Fishingboats of britain and Ireland.
Douglas
www.fishingboatheritage.com
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Old 4th September 2018, 21:27
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I would be happy to receive any information re my mother's family fishing boat - the Boy Bob - named I think after Robert Simons.

Many thanks
PZ 204 Boy Bob. 1st class lugger. 48 foot. 24 ton. Built 1882 for Harry & James Pascoe, Porthleven. 1898 sold to
James Boase & Richard Simons, Porthleven, skipper Richard Simons. R Symons, Chapel St was listed as eligible to
vote for harbour commissioners, 1906 ( CRO NHC/7/Box 1; NA 2367 CRO). Richard Symons, Newlyn was listed as
owning PZ 204 Boy Bob (marked not worked and may not), which entitled him to vote for election of two boat
owners as Harbour Commissioners, list dated 13/10/1915 at CRO NHC/8 Box 2 (890 CRO). 1916 broken up.
Operating at Newlyn around 1932 and later.
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Old 4th September 2018, 21:31
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PZ 204 Boy Bob. 1st class lugger. 48 foot. 24 ton. Built 1882 for Harry & James Pascoe, Porthleven. 1898 sold to
James Boase & Richard Simons, Porthleven, skipper Richard Simons. R Symons, Chapel St was listed as eligible to
vote for harbour commissioners, 1906 ( CRO NHC/7/Box 1; NA 2367 CRO). Richard Symons, Newlyn was listed as
owning PZ 204 Boy Bob (marked not worked and may not), which entitled him to vote for election of two boat
owners as Harbour Commissioners, list dated 13/10/1915 at CRO NHC/8 Box 2 (890 CRO). 1916 broken up.
Operating at Newlyn around 1932 and later
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Old 5th September 2018, 13:47
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I thought I have seen a picture of Peel Castle somewhere;
Any idea as to rough date?; As I say, I don't mind trawling
through the files to find specifics, while I am putting this
database together. All the best
Still interested in photos of Peel Castle
Seen in Bristol on the 21st April 2015

Regards

Bob
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Old 5th September 2018, 14:06
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Peel Castle

I've got photos and paintings of her but can't seem to upload them, Mike.
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Old 13th July 2019, 22:53
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PZ registered boats at Mullion

I have just found this photo of Mullion Cove which must date before 1891 when the harbour started being built, are you able to give me any details of the boats 227PZ and 231PZ. I hope I've done this right and the photo is attached! Thank you.
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Old 14th July 2019, 11:54
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I have just found this photo of Mullion Cove which must date before 1891 when the harbour started being built, are you able to give me any details of the boats 227PZ and 231PZ. I hope I've done this right and the photo is attached! Thank you.
This is md5299 using my wife's login as mine will not work. 227PZ is the Ranger a 17-foot 2nd class lugger owned by John George of Mullion from 1869-1880, she was lost due to storm damage. 231PZ is the Brother a 19-foot 2nd class lugger owned by William Munday of Mullion 1869-1873 then wrecked so the photo must have been before 1873, hope this helps. Please feel free to e-mail me at [email protected] at any time for info as it is difficult for me to log on here. Mike.
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