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The Fleets

Andrew Weir & Co. / Bank Line

Andrew Weir entered the shipowning business in 1885 in Glasgow when he purchased the barque WILLOWBANK and eventually controlled one of the largest fleets of sailing ships under the British flag. In 1896 the company purchased their first steamship, but it was 1912 before the last sailing ship was sold. In 1905 the company was registered as Bank Line and the head office was moved to London, although the ships continued to be registered in Glasgow.
In 1917 the United Baltic Corporation was formed with 50% of the shares held by Andrew Weir & Co. and 50% by East Asiatic Co., Copenhagen. However, this was managed as a seperate company and is the subject of another fleet list.
The tanker trade was entered in 1920 with the establishment of the British-Mexican Petroleum Co. and this passed into the control of Andrew Weir & Co. in 1930 and subsequently became part of the Anglo-American Oil Co. Motorships were built from 1923 for the service between Rangoon and South Africa with accommodation for 12-1st, 20-2nd and 400-emigrant class passengers. In 1925 a French subsidiary was formed and named Cie. Venture-Weir S.A, Paris and operated services between Antwerp, Dunkirk, Havre, Bordeaux and West African ports. However, by 1928 this company returned to the oil distribution trade. In 1925 the Lago Shipping Co. was established to ship crude oil from Lake Maracaibo to the refineries at Aruba, but control of this company passed to F. J. Wolfe in 1936. The service between Calcutta, Rangoon, Colombo and South Africa was taken over from Bullard, King & Co. in 1933 and became known as the India Natal Line. Ships on this service had accommodation for 50-1st, 20-2nd and facilities for 500 native passengers. In 1935 MacAndrews & Co. were taken over by United Baltic Corporation, which allowed access to the Spanish trade. Many of the company's ships were lost in WWII but were rapidly replaced after the war and the company continued to expand. It is one of the widest ranging shipping companies in the world and is still trading successfully.

Sailing Ships | Steam & Motor Ships | Managed Ships
Subsidiaries | British-Mexican Petroleum | Compagnie Venture-Weir | Inver Tankers | Lago Shipping

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

Routes (not a complete listing):

  • 1905 American & Indian Line - Calcutta, Chittagong, Rangoon, Colombo to Boston, New York and Philadelphia.
  •          American & Indian Branch Service - Rangoon, Chittagong, Madras, Madras Coast, Colombo, Malabar Coast, Aden, Port Sudan to Boston, New York & Philadelphia.
  • 1914 American & Oriental Line - New York to Straits Settlements, Hong Kong, Philippines, China & Japan.
  • 1904 American & Rio Plata Line - New York to Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Rosario and Bahia Blanca.
  •          Bombay American Line - Bombay to New York & Philadelphia.
  • 191? Calcutta to River Plate Ports - Calcutta to Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Rosario and Bahia Blanca.
  • 1911 Indian African Line (Cargo and passengers) - Rangoon, Calcutta, Colombo, Beira, Delagia Bay, Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth, Mossel bay & Cape Town.
  •          Indian Chilian Line - Calcutta, Rangoon, Singapore to West Coast of South America.
  • 1912 Oriental African Line (Cargo and Passengers) - Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore to Mauritius, Delagoa bay, Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay, Cape Town.
  • 191? Persian Gulf - Busreh & Bushire to UK and Continent.
  • 1907 Australasia - Chile & Peru.
  • 1928 Persian Gulf - South African Line
  • 1933 India - Natal Line
  • 1936 Gulf - Australasia Line
  • 1988 East Africa - Eastern Seaboard of U.S.A.

Funnel:
Bank Line - Buff with black top
Compagnie Venture-Weir - Black with broad white band with VW

Fleet: Bank Line Compagnie Venture-Weir
  Sailing Ships  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Abeona 1867 barque, 1888 purchased from J & A. Allan, Glasgow, 1900 wrecked Cape Recife. 1,004
Allegiance 1876 barque, 1897 purchased from M. E. Morgan, Liverpool, 1900 abandoned on fire in South Atlantic with general cargo and gunpowder. 1,236
Anne Main 1867 barque, 1886 purchased from T. Skinner & Co., Glasgow, 1896 wrecked Goto Island. 499
Ashbank (1) 1891 barque, 1892 went missing at sea on voyage Algoa Bay to Newcastle, NSW. 2,292
Beechbank (1) 1892 barque, 1913 sold to E. Monsen & Co., Norway. 2,288
Castlebank 1894 barque, 1896 went missing at sea on voyage Newcastle, NSW to Valparaiso. 1,656
Cedarbank (1) 1892 barque, 1913 sold to E. Monsen & Co., Norway. 2,825
Clydebank (1) 1877 barque, 1895 purchased from G. G. Macfarlane & Co., Glasgow, 1901 sold to Paolo & Luigi Consigliere, Italy renamed Nostro Padre. 893
Collessie 1891 barque, 1895 purchased from G. G. Macfarlane & Co., Glasgow, 1901 wrecked near Itata River, Chile. 1,465
Comliebank (1) 1890 barque, 1913 sold to E. Monsen & Co., Norway. 2,283
David Morgan 1891 barque, 1896 purchased from H. O. Morgan, Liverpool, 1898 went missing on voyage Philadelphia to Nagasaki. 1,566
Dunbritton 1875 barque, 1891 purchased from J & A. Allan, Glasgow, 1906 sank in North Sea after being dismasted. 1,536
Ellisland 1884 barque, 1908 purchased from John Houston & Co., Liverpool, 1910 went missing on voyage Newcastle, NSW to Caldera. 2,426
Elmbank (1) 1890 barque, 1894 wrecked on Isle of Arran after breaking loose from towing tug. 2,188
Falklandbank 1894 ship, 1907 went missing at sea on voyage Port Talbot to Valparaiso. 1,913
Fernbank 1892 barque, 1902 wrecked in Mozambique Channel. 1,429
Forthbank (1) 1877 barque, ex- Nebo, 1894 purchased from Grangemouth Dockyard Co. after repair, renamed Forthbank, 1909 sold to Risso y Campodonico, Peru renamed Leonida. 1,442
Francis Thorpe 1868 ship, 1888 purchased from R. Barr & Co., Glasgow, 1890 wrecked at Salinas Cruz. 1,257
Gantock Rock 1879 ship, 1900 purchased from J. Dawson, Glasgow, 1909 sold to J. A. Henschien & Co., Norway. 1,611
Gifford (1) 1892 barque, 1898 purchased from Briggs, Harvie & Co., Glasgow, 1903 wrecked on Mussel Rock, near San Francisco. 2,245
Glenbreck 1890 barque, 1900 purchased from W. Thorburn, Greenock, 1900 sold to Malcolm & Rowar, Glasgow. 1,900
Gowanbank (1) 1891 barque, 1896 abandoned off Cape Horn. 2,288
Hawthornbank 1889 barque, 1910 sold to J. A. Henschein & Co., Norway. 1,369
Hazelbank (1) 1889 barque, 1890 wrecked on Goodwin Sands. 1,660
Heathbank 1894 barque, 1900 went missing at sea on voyage Rio de Janeiro to Newcastle, NSW. 1,661
Isle of Arran 1892 ship, 1895 purchased from W. Jeffrey & Co., Glasgow, 1915 sold to Robert Thomas & Co., Liverpool. 1,918
Laurelbank (1) 1893 barque, 1898 went missing at sea on voyage Shanghai to Portland, Oregon. 2,397
Levernbank (1) 1893 barque, 1904 abandoned 300 miles west of the Scillies after dismasting. 2,400
Loch Eck 1874 barque, 1894 purchased from J. Wilson, Glasgow, 1895 sold to Cia. Espiodatora de Lota y Coronel, Chile renamed Adriana. 1,701
Loch Ranza 1875 barque, 1897 purchased from J. Wilson, Glasgow, 1901 sold to J. Johanson & Co., Norway renamed Abyssinia. 1,129
Marion Frazer 1892 barque, 1911 purchased from Marion Ballantyne Ship Co., Liverpool after fire damage for use as a hulk. 2,396
Mennock 1879 barque, 1893 purchased from Bramwell & Gardiner, London, 1909 hulked at Valparaiso, 1916 sold to Borquez y Cia, Chile renamed Don Agusto. 822
Oakbank (1) 1892 barque, 1900 wrecked on Serrano Island, near Iquique. 1,429
Olivebank (1) 1892 barque, 1913 sold to E. Monsen & Co., Norway. 2,824
Perseverance (1) 1896 ship, 1900 went missing on voyage Probolingo, Java to Newcastle, NSW. 1,900
Philadelphia 1892 ship, 1912 purchased from F. A. Pust, Germany, 1915 sold to E. Monsen & Co., Norway. 1,805
Pomona 1867 barque, 1902 abandoned in Atlantic. 1,252
Poseidon 1881 ship, 1908 purchased from R. Hodgens, Swansea after fire damage for use as a hulk. 1,771
River Falloch 1884 ship, 1891 purchased from W. D. Denny, Glasgow, 1909 sold to S. Bruusgaard, Norway renamed Avenir. 1,637
Sardanha 1885 barque, 1890 purchased from W & J. Crawford, Greenock, 1911 sold to S. Bruusgaard, Norway. 1,146
Springbank (1) 1894 barque, 1913 sold to E. Monsen & Co., Norway. 2,398
Thistlebank 1891 barque, 1914 sold to E. Monsen & Co., Norway. 2,430
Thornliebank (1) 1886 barque, 1891 sold to J & W. Bateman and hulked at Fremantle after fire at Perth. 1,405
Thornliebank (2) 1896 ship, 1913 wrecked on Scilly Isles. 1,969
Trafalgar 1877 ship, 1893 purchased from A. Brown & Co., Glasgow, 1904 wrecked 50 miles south of Recife. 1,768
Trongate 1878 barque, 1891 purchased from W. D. Denny, Glasgow, 1909 hulked at Valparaiso, 1917 sold to Borquez y Cia, Chile renamed Luis A. Goni. 987
Willowbank 1861 barque, 1885 purchased from J. F. Gibb & Co., London, 1895 sunk in collision off Portland, UK. 882
  Steam and Motor Ships  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Adato 1899 1909 wrecked on Oshima, Japan. 3,347
Alert 1855 1898 purchased from Hull & Netherlands SS Co., Hull, 1899 sold to G. Garscaddon, London. 327
Alynbank 1925 1941 requisitioned by MOWT and used as auxiliary anti-aircraft ship, 1944 sunk as part of Gooseberry Harbour off Normandy beachhead. 5,151
Araybank 1940 1941 bombed and sunk by German aircraft at Suda Bay, Crete, 1947 salvaged and repaired, sold to Achille Lauro, Italy renamed Napoli. 7,258
Arunbank 1983 ex- Bratsk, 1995 purchased from Russian Far East Fleet renamed Arunbank, 2002 still in service. 18,663
Ashbank (2) 1959 1976 sold to Crest Shipping Ltd, Liberia renamed Newcrest. 8,694
Avonbank 1961 1977 sold to Evolution Maritime S.A, Panama renamed Fortune Star. 6,434
Aymeric (1) 1905 1918 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.63 4,363
Aymeric (2) 1919 launched as War Nemesia but completed as Aymeric, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.657 5,196
Barneson 1914 tanker, 1915 renamed Oyleric, 1937 sold to Ditta G. M. Barbagelata, Italy renamed Genoano. 6,051
Beaverbank (1) 1953 1970 sold to Crystal Blue Shipping Co., Greece renamed Eratini. 5,690
Beaverbank (2) 1974 1981 sold to Comercial Litania, Greece renamed Sanjohn Bay. 11,452
Beechbank (2) 1965 1979 sold to Efbridge Shipping Co., Greece renamed Schinias. 7,355
Birchbank (1) 1924 1943 bombed and sunk by German aircraft off Algeria. 5,151
Birchbank (2) 1951 BIRCHBANK (2) 1951 6,450 tons, ex- Benvannoch, 1946 purchased from Ben Line Steamers Ltd (W. Thomson & Co.), Leith renamed Birchbank, 1952 sold to Kato Sempaku KK, Japan renamed Shunkei Maru. 6,450
Birchbank (3) 1958 1970 sold to Holy Peacefulness Shipping Co., Greece renamed Chrysovalandou. 8,523
Birchbank (4) 1973 1981 sold to Larousse Shipping Corp, Liberia renamed California. 11,452
Boveric (1) 1898 1900 sold to W. H. Smith & Sons, Melbourne. 3,987
Boveric (2) 1906 1923 sold to Dairen Towa Kisen KK, Japan renamed Toshin Maru. 4,445
Burnock 1890 1899 purchased from Rowan & Bain, Ayr, 1915 sold to James McKelvie, Edinburgh renamed Temaire. 425
Cabarita 1915 1930 purchased from Austral-China Navigation Co., Sydney, NSW, 1952 sold to United Oriental SS Co., Pakistan renamed Maulabaksh. 4,364
Caloric 1914 1917 purchased from W. Jebsen, Norway, 1919 resold to W. Jebsen, Norway. 7,012
Capafric   see Madawaska.  
Carronbank 1957 1974 sold to Tafimar Nav. Co., Cyprus renamed Aris Carrier. 6,461
Cedarbank (2) 1924 1940 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.26 5,151
Cedarbank (3) 1955 1973 sold to Jacaransa Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Pola Monika. 5,671
Cedarbank (4) 1976 1983 sold to Harrier Maritime Inc, Greece renamed Elly. 11,282
Cloverbank (1) 1957 1970 sold to Pacific International Line, Singapore renamed Kota Rakyat. 6,459
Cloverbank (2) 1973 1977 renamed Siena, 1978 renamed Cloverbank, 1981 sold to Matra Shipping Corp, Liberia renamed Colorado. 11,452
Clydebank (2) 1925 1959 scrapped. 5,156
Clydebank (3) 1974 2000 scrapped India. 11,405
Comeric (1) 1898 1916 sold to Christian Salvesen & Co., Leith. 3,980
Comeric (2) 1919 launched as War Jasper, completed as Comeric, 1935 sold to Counties Ship Management Co., London renamed Hampton Hill. 6,701
Comliebank (2) 1924 1959 scrapped. 5,149
Congella 1914 ex- Mindoro, 1933 purchased from Phoenix Navigation Co., London renamed Congella, 1943 shelled and sunk by Japanese submarine I.10 4,533
Corabank (1) 1932 tanker, 1937 sold to Nippon Sekiyu KK, Japan renamed Rikko Maru. 8,898
Corabank (2) 1944 ex- Samfleet, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Corabank, 1959 sold to Verder & Co., Hong Kong renamed Santa Granda. 7,234
Corabank (3) 1973 1984 sold to Naviera Universal, Peru renamed Unicosta. 11,405
Crestbank (1) 1957 1973 sold to Black Lion Shipping Co., Greece renamed Rena K. 6,459
Crestbank (2) 1978 1986 sold to Tamahine Shipping Co., London renamed Tamathai. 12,238
Croydon 1898 1901 purchased from Houlder, Middleton & Co., London, 1914 wrecked at Barbuda. 3,757
Dacebank 1979 1987 sold to Leond Maritime Inc, Greece renamed Anna L. 12,214
Dartbank 1958 1975 sold to Ceylon Shipping Corp., Sri Lanka renamed Lanka Keerti. 6,461
Deebank 1929 1955 sold to Transportes Maritimos Atlantida, Panama renamed Deelock. 5,060
Desabla 1913 tanker, 1915 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.17 6,047
Dunafric 1909 ex- Lidvard, 1927 purchased from L. Kloster, Norway renamed Dunafric, 1936 scrapped. 3,489
Duneric 1896 1916 sold to Calypso Co., London. 1,878
Eastbank 1947 1965 sold to Bordagain Shipping Co., Liberia renamed Bordazuri. 5,947
Edenbank 1943 ex- Samtroy, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Edenbank, 1960 sold to Republic of China renamed Hoping San Shi Wu. 7,265
Elleric 1897 1916 sold to Christian Salvesen & Co., Leith. 3,570
Elmbank (2) 1925 1940 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.99 5,156
Elmbank (3) 1960 1977 sold to Maritime Corp., Greece renamed Blue Wave. 6,449
Elveric 1919 ex- War Capitol, 1919 purchased from the Shipping Controller renamed Elveric, 1933 sold to Kassos S.N. Co., Greece renamed Kassos. 5,685
Ericbank 1944 ex- Sameveron, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Ericbank, 1959 sold to Republic of China renamed Nan Hai 146 7,274
Ernebank (1) 1937 1963 scrapped. 5,388
Ernebank (2) 1965 1979 sold to Family Unity Shipping Co., Greece renamed Family Unity. 7,355
Eskbank 1937 1961 sold to Singapore renamed Hsin Ann. 5,137
Etivebank 1945 ex- Empire Aden, 1948 purchased from MOWT renamed Etivebank, 1955 sold to Alcyone Shipping Co., London renamed Alcyone Fortune. 7,308
Ettrickbank 1937 1962 scrapped. 5,138
Fenbank 1978 1984 sold to Fafalios Shipping, Greece renamed Venetico. 12,238
Firbank (1) 1957 1973 sold to Faith Maritime Co., Cyprus renamed Aegis Beauty. 6,318
Firbank (2) 1976 1977 renamed Sibonga, 1979 renamed Firbank, 1983 sold to Nemo Nav. Corp, Greece renamed Maraki. 11,282
Fleetbank (1) 1953 1970 sold to Lalis & Boudros, Greece renamed Lady Ute. 5,690
Fleetbank (2) 1972 1981 sold to Normandy Shipping Corp, Liberia renamed Florida. 11,452
Forafric 1909 ex- Landvard, 1927 purchased from L. Kloster, Norway renamed Forafric, 1935 sold to Williamson & Co., Hong Kong. 3,475
Foreric (1) 1898 1916 sold to Bathampton S.N. Co., Cardiff. 3,987
Foreric (2) 1918 ex- Verentia, 1926 purchased from Cunard Line renamed Foreric, 1927 sold to Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway Co., London renamed Galvan. 5,185
Forresbank (1) 1925 1958 abandoned on fire while 150 miles south of Durban, drifted ashore and total loss. 5,155
Forresbank (2) 1962 1978 sold to Hertford Nav. Co., Cyprus renamed Veesky. 6,357
Forthbank (2) 1929 1953 sold to Adriatico Tirreno Jonio Ligure, Italy renamed Potestas. 5,057
Forthbank (3) 1973 2000 sold to Botany Bay management Services, Sydney renamed Pacific Emerald. 11,405
Foylebank (1) 1930 1939 requisitioned by the Admiralty, converted to anti-aircraft ship, 1940 bombed and sunk at Portland. 5,583
Foylebank (2) 1955 1973 sold to Patroclos Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Patroclos. 5,671
Foylebank (3) 1983 ex- Tiksi, 1995 purchased from Russian Far East Fleet renamed Foylebank, 2002 still in service. 18,663
Garrybank 1958 1974 sold to Lee Lai Maritime S.A, Panama renamed Chieh Sheng. 8,694
Gifford (2) 1911 1913 sold to Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand, renamed Waitomo. 4,214
Gifford (3) 1913 1914 interned at Hamburg on outbreak of war, 1915 renamed Gifhorn. 5,119
Glenardle 1921 1932 purchased from Easton, Greig & Co., Glasgow, 1938 sold to Muhip Ozyigit, Turkey renamed Bakir. 4,584
Glenbank 1924 1959 scrapped. 5,151
Gowanbank (2) 1968 1979 sold to Ogdoon Corp, Greece renamed Kavo Grossos. 7,607
Gujarat (1) 1895 ex- Vincent, 1913 purchased from Booth Line renamed Gujarat, 1919 sold to N. H. Nemazee, Hong Kong renamed Gorjistan. 4,482
Gujarat (2) 1923 1957 sold to Singapore renamed Everlife. 4,148
Gymeric (1) 1899 1910 sold after stranding to Essajee Tajbhoy, Bombay. 4,002
Gymeric (2) 1917 1938 sold to Corrado S.A. di Nav. Italy renamed Cesco. 6,138
Haleric 1918 ex- War Sparrow, 1919 purchased from the Shipping Controller renamed Haleric, 1933 struck a reef in Saldanha Bay and sank. 5,238
Hazelbank (2) 1941 ex- Empire Franklin, 1945 purchased from MOWT renamed Hazelbank, 1957 sold to Cia. Naviera Nuevo Mundi, Panama renamed Irinicos. 7,289
Hazelbank (3) 1964 1979 sold to Alciana Bay Shipping Co., Greece renamed Argonaut. 7,597
Hollybank (1) 1942 ex- Empire Southey, 1946 purchased from MOWT renamed Hollybank, 1953 sold to Halcyon Line, Netherlands renamed Stad Rotterdam. 7,041
Hollybank (2) 1964 1979 sold to Atticksky Cia. Maritime, Greece renamed Nikitas F. 6,163
Homeric 1897 ex- Anaces, 1899 purchased from G. T. Soley & Co., Liverpool renamed Homeric, 1901 sold to Larrinaga & Co., Liverpool renamed Bernilla. 2,535
Huntscape 1911 ex- Pindos (Deutsche Levant Line), 1914 seized by Britain, 1916 purchased from the Admiralty renamed Huntscape, 1916 sold to Elder Dempster Ltd. 2,933
Inchanga 1934 passenger ship, 1964 scrapped. 7,069
Incomati 1934 passenger ship, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.508 7,369
Inverbank (1) 1924 1958 sold to Frassinetti & C. S.A, di Nav, Italy renamed La Liguria. 5,149
Inverbank (2) 1962 1978 sold to Loutra Maritime Corp, Greece renamed Irini G.F. 6,313
Inveric 1901 1921 sold to T. Yamamoto, Japan renamed Asama Maru. 4,789
Irisbank (1) 1930 1961 scrapped. 5,626
Irisbank (2) 1964 1979 sold to Ormond Bay Shipping Co., Greece renamed Oceanaut. 7,597
Isipingo 1934 passenger ship, 1964 scrapped. 7,069
Ivybank (1) 1943 ex- Samyork, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Ivybank, 1959 sold to Panamanian Oriental SS Corp., Panama renamed Winona. 7,256
Ivybank (2) 1974 1998 spld to Josef Roth Reederei, Hamburg renamed Pro Pacifica. 11,405
Jeseric 1902 1925 transferred to Cie. Venture-Weir, France renamed Rivafric, 1926 scrapped. 4,816
Katanga 1901 1916 sold to Christian Salvesen & Co., Leith. 3,316
Kathiawar 1924 1937 wrecked on Goa Island Reef, Mozambique. 4,150
Kelvinbank (1) 1921 ex- Daga, 1934 purchased from British & Burmese S.N. Co., Glasgow renamed Kelvinbank, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.510 3,872
Kelvinbank (2) 1943 ex- Samuta, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Kelvinbank, 1953 ran aground at Sydney Point, Ocean Island, refloated but holed and abandoned. 7,269
Kumeric 1906 1927 sold to T. G. Cerruti & Cia, Argentina after collision damage in River Plate. 6,232
Laganbank (1) 1930 1938 wrecked on Maldive Islands. 5,583
Laganbank (2) 1955 1973 sold to Tower Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Pola Anna. 5,671
Laganbank (3) 1978 1981 sold to Burnham Shipping Corp, Greece renamed Amphion. 11,213
Larchbank (1) 1925 1943 torpedoed and sunk by Japanese submarine I.27 5,150
Larchbank (2) 1961 1978 sold to Nan Chiao Shipping, Singapore renamed New Lark. 6,354
Laurelbank (2) 1963 1979 sold to Brethelmans Shipping Co., Greece renamed Vali Pero. 6,167
Levernbank (2) 1925 1958 scrapped. 5,150
Levernbank (3) 1961 1973 stranded in fog near Matarani, Peru, refloated but drifted ashore and sank. 6,434
Lindenbank (1) 1930 1939 stranded on Arena Island, Sulu Sea, refloated but sank. 5,057
Lindenbank (2) 1961 1975 wrecked off Fanning Island, Pacific. 6,351
Lochybank 1945 ex- Empire Honduras, 1948 purchased from MOWT renamed Lochybank, 1954 sold to Halcyon Line, Netherlands renamed Stad Haarlem. 7,320
Lossiebank (1) 1930 1962 scrapped. 5,626
Lossiebank (2) 1963 1979 sold to Evoicos Gulf Shipping Co., Greece renamed Evoicos Gulf. 6,291
Luceric (1) 1910 1916 sold to Cunard Line, Liverpool renamed Valacia. 6,526
Luceric (2) 1919 launched as War Agate but completed as Luceric, 1938 wrecked in River Ganges. 6,672
Luxmi 1924 1961 scrapped. 4,148
Madawaska 1902 1912 purchased from North Atlantic SS Co., Bristol, 1925 transferred to Cie. Venture-Weir, France renamed Capafric, 1928 scrapped. 4,120
Mansuri 1894 1915 purchased from Bombay & Persia S.N. Co., Bombay, 1916 went missing on voyage South Shields to St. Nazaire. 3,227
Maplebank (1) 1943 ex- Samwash, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Maplebank, 1957 sold to West Africa Nav. Co., Liberia renamed African Lord. 7,270
Maplebank (2) 1967 1979 sold to Enaton Corp, Greece renamed Kavo Yossonas. 7,607
Marabank (1) 1944 ex- Samouse, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Marabank, 1960 sold to Bertorello Febo Amedeo Soc., Italy renamed Ruscin. 7,269
Marabank (2) 1963 1978 sold to Franicons Cia. Nav., Greece renamed Good Lady. 5,969
Marabank (3)   see Olivebank (4)  
Meadowbank (1) 1945 1963 sold to Nationalist China renamed Hsing Yung. 7,307
Meadowbank (2) 1973 1985 renamed Toana Niugini, 1987 sold to Josef Roth Reederei, Hamburg renamed Pro Atlantica. 11,405
Minchbank 1958 1974 sold to Imperiana Transport Ltd, Cyprus renamed Aegis Grace. 8,694
Mineric 1909 1933 sold to China Trading Corp., China renamed China Importer. 4,713
Miramichi 1902 1912 purchased from North Atlantic SS Co., Bristol, 1916 sold to W. Gowan, Cape Town after fire and beaching at Mombasa. 3,624
Monadnock 1902 1912 purchased from North Atlantic SS Co., Bristol, 1925 transferred to Cie. Venture-Weir, France renamed Monafric, 1927 sold to S. Censini, Italy renamed Pasqua. 4,275
Monafric   see Monadnock.  
Moraybank (1) 1945 1962 sold to Mullion & Co., Hong Kong renamed Ardrowan. 7,307
Moraybank (2) 1973 1984 renamed Toana Papua, 1986 renamed Moraybank, 1987 renamed Toana Papua, 1987 renamed Moraybank, 1998 scrapped Alang, India. 11,405
Myrtlebank 1925 1960 scrapped. 5,150
Nairnbank (1) 1925 1953 sold to Moller Line UK, London renamed Blyth Explorer. 5,156
Nairnbank (2) 1966 1979 sold to Gulf Ltd, London renamed Gulf Hawk. 7,604
Naneric 1895 ex- Aotea, 1912 purchased from Shaw, Savill & Albion Line renamed Naneric, 1925 sold to A. Ardito, Italy renamed Ballari. 5,609
Nessbank (1) 1953 1973 sold to Paris Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Paris. 5,690
Nessbank (2) 1977 1981 sold to Buckingham Maritime Corp, Greece renamed Alkaios. 11,231
Northbank 1957 1973 sold to Tudor Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Aegis Lion. 8,504
Oakbank (2) 1926 1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.507 5,154
Oakbank (3) 1963 1978 sold to Xerefon Shipping Co., Greece renamed Good Spirit. 6,167
Oceano 1900 1917 wrecked Kandafuri Island on voyage Port Said to Calcutta. 4,657
Olivebank (2) 1926 1954 sold to Moller Line UK, London renamed Blyth Navigator. 5,154
Olivebank (3) 1962 1978 sold to Good Companion Shipping Co., Panama renamed Golden Lagos. 6,461
Olivebank (4) 1977 ex- Nara, 1986 chartered from Chargeurs Reunis, France renamed Marabank, 1987 sold to Greece renamed Christine I, 1989 chartered to Deutsche Afrika Line renamed Rickmers Nanjing, 1990 purchased by Bank Line, Panama registry renamed Olivebank, 1999 scrapped India. 17,006
Orteric (1) 1911 1915 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.39 6,535
Orteric (2) 1919 launched as War Coral but completed as Orteric, 1922 wrecked 50 miles North of Point Reyes. 6,696
Oyleric   see Barneson.  
Perseverance (2) 1884 1900 purchased from Hewett & Co., London, 1903 wrecked near Hartlepool. 253
Pikebank 1979 1987 sold to Lefkada Nav. Co., Cyprus renamed Westman. 12,214
Pinebank 1959 1976 sold to Ark Shipping Ltd, Liberia renamed Newark. 8,694
Poleric 1900 ex- Albania, 1912 purchased from Cunard SS Co. renamed Poleric, 1929 scrapped. 6,182
Quito 1900 1915 sold to Hopeside Steam Shipping Co., Newcastle. 3,358
Ricardo A. Mestres 1914 tanker, 1914 purchased from Consolidated Goldfields of South Africa Ltd, London, 1919 renamed Wyneric, 1937 sold to Stevinson, Hardy & Co., London renamed Bratton. 4,468
Rivafric   see Jeseric.  
Riverbank (1) 1957 1974 sold to Guan Guan Shipping, Singapore renamed Golden Season. 6,318
Riverbank (2) 1977 1983 sold to Dartmoor Shipping Corp, Liberia renamed Indiana. 11,281
Roachbank 1979 1987 sold to Kawasaki KK Line, Tokyo renamed Devo. 12,214
Rosebank 1959 1976 sold to Transocean Shipping Co., Liberia renamed Newbreeze. 8,694
Roseric 1910 1931 scrapped Japan. 4,738
Rowanbank (1) 1919 ex- King Howel, 1937 purchased from King Line Ltd, London renamed Rowanbank, 1941 sunk by air attack in Atlantic. 5,102
Rowanbank (2) 1943 ex- Sampford, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Rowanbank, 1959 sold to Taiship Co., Hong Kong renamed Taiwind. 7,262
Rowanbank (3) 1963 1979 sold to Ladyflora Shipping Co., Greece renamed Lendoudis Kiki. 6,169
Roybank (1) 1944 1962 sold to Transportes Maritimos Mundiales, Liberia renamed Silver Lake. 7,368
Roybank (2) 1963 1979 sold to Cynthos Maritime Co., Cyprus renamed Castor. 6,378
Ruby 1888 1898 purchased from W. Robertson, Glasgow, 1905 sank in Firth of Forth after collision with s/s PRUDHOE CASTLE. 481
Ruddbank 1979 1983 sold to Lamport & Holt Line, Liverpool renamed Romney. 12,214
Salamis 1899 1912 purchased from Aberdeen & Commonwealth Line, Aberdeen, 1919 sold to Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal renamed Kamarima. 4,510
Shielbank 1945 ex- Empire Takoradi, 1948 purchased from MOWT renamed Shielbank, 1956 sold to Cia. de Nav. Andes, Panama renamed Asteropes. 7,318
Shirrabank (1) 1940 1963 scrapped. 7,274
Shirrabank (2) 1966 1981 sold to Cape Jervis Shipping Corp., Liberia renamed Al Baseer. 7,591
Sibonga   see Firbank (2)  
Siena   see Cloverbank (2)  
Solafric 1909 ex- Folkvard, 1927 purchased from L. Kloster, Norway renamed Solafric, 1935 scrapped. 3,487
Southbank 1948 1964 ran aground on Washington Island and broke in two. 5,947
Speybank (1) 1926 1941 captured by German auxiliary cruiser ATLANTIS and taken to Bordeaux, renamed Doggerbank, 1943 torpedoed and sunk in error by German submarine U.43 5,154
Speybank (2) 1962 1978 sold to Franicons Cia. Nav., Greece renamed Good Transporter. 6,245
Speybank (3) 1983 ex- Okha, 1995 purchased from Russian Far East Fleet renamed Speybank, 2002 still in service. 18,663
Springbank (2) 1926 1939 requisitioned by the Admiralty and converted to fighter catapult ship, 1941 torpedoed by German submarine U.201, abandoned and subsequently sunk by HMS JASMINE. 5,155
Springbank (3) 1944 ex- Samspelga, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Springbank, 1958 sold to Canton Shipping Co., China renamed Nan Hai 142 7,248
Springbank (4) 1962 1978 sold to Transorient Freight Transport, Liberia renamed Global Med. 6,461
Sprucebank 1964 1979 sold to Delicia Shipping Co., Cyprus renamed Bristol. 6,163
Streambank (1) 1958 1971 sold to RI Shipping Ltd. London renamed Fernmoor. 8,520
Streambank (2) 1977 1983 sold to Seanaut Shipping Inc, Greece renamed Argonaftis. 11,281
Surat (1) 1895 1913 purchased from Bucknall SS Line, London, 1926 scrapped. 4,495
Surat (2) 1917 ex- Betwa, 1927 purchased from Nourse Line Ltd, London renamed Surat, 1935 scrapped. 3,819
Suveric 1906 1929 sold to A. Bernstein, Germany renamed Lahnstein. 6,235
Taybank (1) 1930 1961 scrapped. 5,626
Taybank (2) 1963 1978 sold to Good Breeze Inc., Greece renamed Good Breeze. 7,359
Teakbank 1958 1975 sold to Mid East Shipping Inc, Liberia renamed Newton. 8,474
Teesbank 1937 1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.128 5,136
Teignbank 1984 ex- Nikel, 1995 purchased from Russian Far East Fleet renamed Teignbank, 2002 still in service. 18,663
Tenchbank 1979 1986 chartered to Germany renamed Als Strength, 1987 renamed Tenchbank, 1987 sold to Starco Shipping Co., Greece renamed Eastman. 12,214
Testbank (1) 1937 1943 sunk at Bari when a nearby ammunition ship exploded. 5,083
Testbank (2) 1961 1978 sold to Convington Shipping Co., Greece renamed Bessie. 6,313
Teviotbank (1) 1938 1955 sold to Cia. de Nav. Nella, Panama renamed Nella. 5,087
Teviotbank (2) 1967 1979 sold to Saturnia Shipping Corp, Liberia renamed Teviotban. 7,591
Thornliebank (3) 1939 1941 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.43 5,569
Thursobank 1940 1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.373 5,575
Tielbank (1) 1937 1941 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.124 5,083
Tielbank (2) 1942 ex- Samburgh, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Tielbank, 1960 sold to F. A. Bertorelli, Italy renamed Giacomo. 7,247
Tinhow (1) 1906 1913 sold to Cuba renamed Chaparra. 1,510
Tinhow (2) 1913 ex- Hughli, 1927 purchased from Nourse Line, London renamed Tinhow, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.181 5,232
Titanbank 1944 ex- Samnegros, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Titanbank, 1959 sold to Wheelock, Marden & Co., Panama renamed Lucina. 7,247
Toana Niugini   see Meadowbank (2)  
Toana Papua   see Moraybank (2)  
Trentbank (1) 1929 1942 sunk by air attack off Algeria. 5,060
Trentbank (2) 1962 1964 collided with Portuguese tanker FOGO near Alexandria, taken in tow but later sank. 6,366
Troutbank 1979 1987 sold to Aegeus Shipping Inc, Greece renamed Brij. 12,214
Tweedbank (1) 1930 1960 scrapped. 5,626
Tweedbank (2) 1964 1979 sold to Good Lion Inc., Greece renamed Good Lion. 7,359
Tymeric (1) 1901 1914 captured and sunk by German cruiser EMDEN near Colombo. 3,314
Tymeric (2) 1919 launched as War Mammoth but completed as Tymeric, 1940 torpedoed and sunk by U.123 5,228
Tynebank 1934 1955 sold to Williamson & Co., Hong Kong renamed Inchjura. 4,651
Wavebank 1959 1976 sold to Tide Shipping Ltd, Liberia renamed Newtide. 8,473
Weirbank (1) 1925 1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.155 5,150
Weirbank (2) 1961 1978 sold to Crizayan Shipping, Greece renamed Saronic Sky. 6,354
Westbank 1948 1965 sold to Katani Shipping Co., Greece renamed Simba. 5,947
Weybank (1) 1945 1962 sold to Pacific Overseas Nav. Corp., Liberia renamed Silver Moon. 7,368
Weybank (2) 1964 1979 sold to Chung Hsing Shipping Co., Panama renamed Golden Nigeria. 6,378
Willowbank (2) 1939 1940 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.46 5,041
Willowbank (3) 1944 ex- Samwye, 1947 purchased from US War Shipping Administration renamed Willowbank, 1956 sold to Puerto Barrios Cia. Nav, Liberia renamed Cavala. 7,288
Willowbank (4) 1960 1978 sold to Kea Shipping Ltd, Cyprus renamed Veestar. 6,335
Willowbank (5) 1980 1988 sold to Austasia Line, Singapore renamed Mandowi. 18,236
Wyneric (1) 1894 ex- Dutch Prince, 1900 purchased from Prince Line renamed Wyneric, 1913 went missing on voyage Baltimore to Barbados and Guayaquil, Ecuador with cargo of coal and dynamite. 4,992
Wyneric (2)   see Ricardo A. Mestres.  
Yeddo 1901 1915 captured by German submarine U.34 and sunk with bombs. 4,563
Yewbank 1959 1974 sold to Kidandra Shipping Ltd, Cyprus renamed Capetan Costas. 8,473
Yoseric (1) 1908 1909 beached at Mocha Island after striking a wreck, total loss. 4,463
Yoseric (2) 1919 ex- War Parrot, 1919 purchased from the Shipping Controller renamed Yoseric, 1936 sold to Glenfield Syndicate, London renamed Ena G. 5,240
 
Ships Managed for the British Government
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Empire Aden   see Etivebank, 1946-1948 managed for MOWT  
Empire Attendant 1921 ex- Domala, 1940 taken over by MOWT from British India S.N. Co. renamed Empire Attendant, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.582 7,524
Empire Beaconsfield 1943 1943 management transferred to Constants Ltd, Cardiff. 2,905
Empire Bronze 1940 1943 management transferred to Anglo-American Oil Co. 8,142
Empire City 1943 1944 torpedoed and sunk by U.198 7,295
Empire Franklin   see Hazelbank (2), 1945 managed for MOWT  
Empire Heron 1920 ex- Mosella, 1941 purchased from U.S. Maritime Commission renamed Empire Heron, 1941 torpedoed and sunk by U.568 6,023
Empire Honduras   see Lochybank, 1946-1948 managed for MOWT  
Empire Marvell 1942 1945 management transferred to Hunting & Son, Newcastle. 9,812
Empire Miniver 1918 ex- West Cobalt, 1940 taken over from U.S. Shipping Board by MOWT managed by Andrew Weir & Co. renamed Empire Miniver. 18th Oct.1940 torpedoed and sunk by U.99 NW of Ireland, 250 miles from Rathlin Head. 6,055
Empire Oryx 1919 ex- West Harshaw, 1940 purchased by MOWT from Lykes Bros, USA renamed Empire Oryx, 1941 renamed Empire Robin, 1942 sold to Netherlands Shipping & Trading Committee, renamed Ferdinand Bol. 5,704
Empire Ridley 1941 ex- HMS Latimer, 1945 transferred from The Admiralty renamed Empire Ridley, 1946 management transferred to Marine Contractors Ltd, Southampton. 6,987
Empire Robin   see Empire Oryx.  
Empire Southey   see Hollybank (1), 1944-1946 managed for MOWT  
Empire Steel 1941 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.123 8,138
Empire Takoradi   see Shielbank, 1946-1948 managed for MOWT  
Empire Teviot 1927 ex- Mathias Stinnes, 1945 war reparations, 1946 transferred to U.S.S.R renamed Akademik Krilov. 5,337
Fort Panmure 1943 chartered by MOWT from U.S. War Shipping Administration, 1946 sold to Canadian Governmaent, 1947 renamed Sunvalley. 7,155
Ile de Batz 1918 1940 requisitioned by MOWT from French Line, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.68 5,755
Naimes 1907 ex- Roland Line, 1919 war reparations, 1920 sold to Glover Bros, London renamed Woron. 5,332
Rudelsburg 1916 ex- Hansa Line, 1919 war reparations, 1920 sold to Ellerman Hall Line renamed City of Westminster. 6,173
Samburgh   see Tielbank (2), 1943-1947 managed for MOWT  
Samclyde 1944 chartered by MOWT from U.S. War Shipping Administration, 1946 returned to U.S.A. 7,219
Samfleet   see Corabank (2), 1944-1947 managed for MOWT  
Sampford   see Rowanbank (2), 1943-1947 managed for MOWT  
Samtroy   see Edenbank, 1943-1947 managed for MOWT  
Samuta   see Kelvinbank (2), 1943-1947 managed for MOWT  
Samwash   see Maplebank (1), 1943-1947 managed for MOWT  
Samwye   see Willowbank (3), 1944-1947 managed for MOWT  
Samyork   see Ivybank (1), 1943-1947 managed for MOWT  
War African 1918 1921 sold to Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co., London renamed Absia. 5,218
War Burman 1919 1919 sold to Lloyd Royal Belge, London and completed as Burgondier. 5,287
War Fijian 1918 1919 sold to J. Mathias & Sons, Cardiff renamed Western. 5,257
War Hagara 1919 1919-1920 managed for the Shipping Controller, 1920 transferred to British-Mexican Petroleum Co. renamed Inverarder, 1930 transferred to J. Hamilton. 5,578
War Malayan 1918 1919 sold to G. Embiricos, Greece renamed Michael L. Embiricos. 5,223
War Pathan 1919 1923 transferred to The Admiralty, London. 5,581
Weissenfels 1915 ex- Hansa Line, 1919 war reparations, 1920 sold to Ellerman Hall Line renamed City of Auckland. 8,319
 
SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES
 
British-Mexican Petroleum Co.
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Britmex No.1 1920 bunkering vessel,1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 472
Britmex No.2 1920 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 474
Britmex No.3 1920 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 474
Britmex No.4 1920 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 474
Britmex No.5 1920 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 474
Britmex No.6 1920 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 475
Britmex No.7 1920 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 475
Britmex No.8 1920 bunkering vessel, 1928 sold to Cie. Venture-Weir SA, France renamed Francunion III, 1949 hulked. 475
Britmex No.9 1920 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton, 1932 purchased by Venture-Weir, France renamed Francunion IV, 1949 hulked. 472
Britmex No.10 1921 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 476
Britmex No.11 1921 bunkering vessel, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 476
Dalmuir 1904 1925 purchased from H. Davies, London, 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 971
Inverampton 1920 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 715
Inverarder 1919 see War Hagara. 5,578
Inveravon 1923 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 6,907
Invercorrie 1918 ex- Palmol, 1920 purchased from The Admiralty renamed Invercorrie, 1925 transferred to Lago Shipping Co., 1931 sold to Lago Petroleum Corp, Venezuela. 1,144
Invergarry 1924 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 6,907
Inverglass 1924 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 6,901
Invergoil 1922 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 6,907
Invergordon 1923 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 6,921
Inveritchen 1920 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 708
Inverleith 1921 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 6,958
Inverpool 1925 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 680
Invertest 1920 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 259
Invertyne 1920 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 259
Inverurie 1921 1930 management transferred to J. Hamilton. 6,907
Redline No.1 1924 1925 foundered in gale off Trevose Head. 272
 
Compagnie Venture-Weir S.A., France
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Capafric   see Madawaska.  
Francunion 1921 1925 transferred to Lago Shipping, 1933 sold to British-Mexican Petroleum Co. (F. J. Wolfe) 472
Francunion II 1873 ex- Silvertown, 1924 purchased from Anglo-American Oil Co., renamed Francunion II, 1927 became oil storage hulk. 3,308
Francunion III   see Britmex No.8  
Francunion IV   see Britmex No.9  
Francunion V 1912 ex- Comanchee, 1933 purchased from Anglo-American Oil Co renamed Francunion V, 1949 scrapped. 3,929
Francunion VI 1915 ex- Winnebago, 1935 purchased from Anglo-American Oil Co renamed Francunion VI, 1949 scrapped. 2,749
Monafric   see Monadnock.  
Rivafric   see Jeseric.  
 
Inver Tankers Ltd. (whole fleet sunk in WWII)
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Inverdargle 1938 1940 mined and sunk 9,456
Inverilen 1938 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.456 9,456
Inverlane 1938 1939 mined and broke in two, fore part refloated and 1944 sunk as blockship at Normandy beaches. 9,141
Inverlee 1938 1941 torpedoed and sunk by U.204 9,158
Inverliffey 1938 1939 torpedoed and sunk by U.38 9,456
Invershannon 1938 1940 torpedoed and sunk by U.99 9,154
Inversuir 1938 1941 torpedoed and sunk by U.48 9,456
 
Lago Shipping Ltd.
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Ambrosio 1926 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,391
Andino 1935 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 4,569
Francunion   see Compagnie Venture-Weir SA.  
Hooiberg 1928 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,395
Icotea 1927 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,402
Invercaibo 1925 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,372
Invercorrie   see British-Mexican Petroleum Co.  
Inverlago 1925 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,372
Inverrosa 1925 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,372
Inverruba 1925 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,372
La Salina 1927 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,402
Lagunilla 1927 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,402
Maracay 1931 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 3,794
Oranjestad 1927 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,396
Punta Benitez 1928 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,394
Punta Gorda 1928 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,395
Sabaneta 1927 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,396
San Carlos 1927 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,395
San Nicolas 1926 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,391
Surinam 1929 1933 sold to Standard Oil Co. of Venezuela. 3,046
Tamare 1929 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 3,046
Tia Juana 1928 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,395
Ule 1929 1932 sold to Standard Oil Co. of Venezuela, 1934 repurchased by Lago Shipping Co., 1935 resold to Standard Oil Co. of Venezuela. 3,046
Yamanota 1928 1936 management transferred to F. J. Wolfe. 2,395

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