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Posted by Stuart (Webmaster) at 03/12/2013 08:20
Don't leave feedback on this page any more as is it just for archived messages. Use the Ships link on the top-left for the current version of this page
Posted by david owens at 04/01/2014 12:12
my great grandfather was the mate on the ralph crayke sank of lundy island .in feb 1789 he left a wife and 5 children .his body was never found .his daughter married my grandfather .
frances weston. eny imfo would be much appreceated
Posted by george robinson at 05/04/2014 10:50
help I was on one of the ahl ships early 60's think it was byland or bolton abbey running from Goole to Amsterdam can anyone tell me the where she docked in Amsterdam please I know its a hard one but I'm thinking of going to Amsterdam to look at the sights but I am prepared to get lost after all it was around 50 years ago when I went to goole the only place that rang any bells was the north eastern george and peacock all pubs but could not find my old stamping ground melodies I could'nt find if Pete Brannigan reads this give me a shout anyone else who sailed with me -----george
Posted by ref.pete brannigan at 29/04/2014 14:51
.pete brannigan
was mate on the everards seniorority in the 1990/s
i believe he lived in the doncaster aria
Posted by k.wiles at 10/06/2014 09:37
when did the shipping federation on east parade close
Posted by Martin Smith at 12/05/2015 16:47
George- it will have been the Byland Abbey methinks - the Bolton Abbey was on the passenger service to Rotterdam Parkhaven under the Euromast with the Melrose Abbey.

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