Full screen zoom

<< Previous page

Sailor's Woolwork or Woolie of The Lowestoft Lugger, LT484, ,


Sailor's Woolwork or Woolie of The Lowestoft Lugger, "John Frederick",

Circa 1907.


The sailor's woolie depicts a fishing vessel know as a Lowestoft lugger.  They were used in the vicinity of the fishing port of Lowestoft.  The ship is named and numbered.


LT 484 was owned either by Nathaniel HAYCOCK Catchpole (Snr) who lived with his family at Boulogne House or his son Nathaniel HOWARD Catchpole(Jnr), since both have the initials NHC.  They were fish merchants in Lowestoft.


Dimensions: 23 1/2 inches x 29 1/2 inches


The Lowestoft Record Office  (Lowestoft.Ro@suffolk.gov.uk) has provided the following-


Registered LT 484


Date of registration 1877-1907


Construction:

Wooden 2 masted dandy trawler


Carvel


68.4 x 18.5 x 9.3


Official number 76325


50.69 tons


Built 1877


Built by D R & J J Fuller of Lowestoft


Owners:


1877               J Conolly and  Mrs S Conolly


1886               W H Painter


1901               N H Catchpole




Additional information:


1879               2nd in smack race but disqualified


1881               1st in Lowestoft Regatta smack race


9 Nov 1886    for sale by Bradbeer for Mrs Conolly due to bankruptcy


1907               sold to Sweden


                        renamed John Fredrick


                        registration LL 642


1911               renamed St Ella of Grundsund


1916               sold to Norway


                        renamed Venus of Kopervik


1922               renamed God Tro of Mosjoen


1922               renamed Ureus of Bodo


1931               renamed Maarnes of Bodo


1960               renamed Rusken of Svolver







If you would like to see the retail price of this item, please register with us.

 

Send the image and details to a friend:
Your Name:
Friend's Email:
Subject: