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British Warships 1914-1919: Dittmar and Colledge
British Vessels Lost at Sea 1914-1918 and 1939-1945: John Young HMSO
Steam Drifters: Jim Tarvit
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Owners & Port History
( chronological order)
1. Owner: John Mitchell, 92 Queen St., Peterhead (Robert L Mitchell, 18 Prince St., Peterhead; Manager) 1914 and 1922
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|125925||2. Owner: James Milne and others, Peterhead. 1932|
|1907 Carnegie and Mathews, Peterhead.||3. Owner:|
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|Steam screw Dandy, 1st class, 10 men, nets.||4. Owner:|
|86.4 ft. loa., 18.8ft b., 9.4ft d.||5. Owner:|
|89 grt.,32 nt.||6. Owner:|
|Steam engine, 31nhp.|
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|1907 to 1936|
1907 completed and registered PD 356 Endeavour.
1915 May on hire to Admiralty as anti submarine net vessel; Ad No 2701; renamed Endeavour III as of 1915 August 11th; fitted with one 57mm., gun.
1919 returned to owners and name reverted to Endeavour.
1936 registry closed vessel scrapped.