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Hain Steamship Company / Hain Line / Hain-Nourse Line

The Hain Steamship Company was formed in the small fishing port of St. Ives, Cornwall and grew to become one of the major shipping companies of the 19th century. Their first venture into shipping came in 1816 with a part share in the fishing lugger DASHER, in 1838 the schooner CAMILLA was purchased and the schooner MYSTERY was bought in 1850. Trade was initially to the Mediterranean with cured fish, returning with dried fruit but soon diversified to the West Indies sugar and Brazilian coffee trades. By the 1860s, Hain's ships were trading worldwide.
In 1878 the company ordered their first steamship and rapidly expanded until 1917 when the company was purchased by P&O Line who promptly sold 50% to British India S.N. Co. However, Hain Line was kept as a seperate entity within the group and management remained with the Hain directors. In 1923 the Mercantile SS Co (J.& C. Dunkerley) was taken over and the fleet of Frank C. Strick the same year.
In 1964 the P&O group amalgamated Hain with the Nourse Line under the name Hain-Nourse Ltd. In addition to the Nourse fleet, the Asiatic S.N. Co. was also acquired. In the 1970s, all ships were allocated to P&O cargo division and the Hain name disappeared.

note: With the introduction of their first steamship, Edward Hain decided that it was time to standardise the naming system of his fleet. In electing to use the prefix TRE meaning "the place of," homestead or dwelling place in the old Cornish language, he was able to utilise the names of a wide variety of Cornish villages, farms and also some of the county's noted families and their estates. [Hain of St. Ives by K. O'Donoghue and H. Appleyard]

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.

Funnel:
1878-1965 Hain SS Co. - Black with large white H
1965-1971 Hain-Nourse line - Blue with conjoined white HN

Fleet:

Funnel Funnel
  Hain SS Co. 1878-1965 Hain-Nourse line 1965-1971
    Sailing Ships  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
A. D. Gilbert 1865 schooner, 1872 purchased from W. Hodge, Truro, 1886 stranded off Chipiona Light, Spain. 177
Arethusa 1852 barque, 1868 purchased from Bolitho & Co., Penzance, 1874 sank in collision with s/s Cingalese off Cape Finisterre. 220
Bohemian Girl 1843 schooner, 1852 purchased from Newson & Co., London, 1859 collided with brig off Portuguese coast and abandoned, later towed to Corunna, and sold to meet salvage expenses. 1899 went missing at sea. 175
Camilla 1826 schooner, 1838 purchased from Bolitho & Co., Penzance, 1851 collided with schooner Venus at Cardiff and scrapped. 135
Dasher 1816 fishing lugger, 1841 sold to J. Paynter, St.Ives, 1865 scrapped. 17
Glynn 1857 brigantine, 1882 sold to W. Walles, Cardiff, 1885 wrecked in Lelant Estuary. 138
Janie Banfield 1866 topsail schooner, 1866 purchased from Trvithick, Hayle, 1875 wrecked on Isle of Nicero. 190
Kestrel 1874 schooner, 1875 purchased from Hall & Co., Bristol, 1880 sold to Munn & Co, Newfoundland, 1918 wrecked. 158
Margaret Hain 1866 brigantine, 1889 wrecked at Saffi. 170
Mystery 1850 schooner, 1860 ashore at Porthgwidden Beach, Cornwall and scrapped. 114
T. S. B. 1877 barquentine, 1882 sold to T. Guthrie, Glasgow renamed Penpont, 1894 wrecked Rio Grande. 289
 
    Steam & Motor Ships  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Bangalore 1928 1941 collided with s/s Richmond Castle and sunk by convoy escort as danger to navigation. 6,067
Behar (1) 1928 1940 mined and beached near Milford Haven, scrapped in situ. 6,100
Behar (2) 1943 1944 shelled and sunk by Japanese cruiser Tone off Cocos Islands. Of 110 crew and 9 passengers, three were killed during the action and the survivors taken aboard the cruiser. 72 of these prisoners were beheaded by the Japanese on board the cruiser and the remainder incarcerated in prisoner of war camps. 7,840
Bhutan 1928 1942 bombed and sunk off Pantelleria. 6,104
Boyne 1910 1923 taken over with Mercantile SS Co., 1930 sold to Greece renamed Ariadne Pandelis, 1936 beached and abandoned on fire Brazil. 4,445
Burdwan 1928 1942 bombed by German aircraft off Pantellaria and sunk by escort as danger to navigation. 6,069
Foyle 1915 1923 taken over with Mercantile SS Co., 1934 sold to Greece renamed Delphoi, 1938 renamed Volodda, 1960 scrapped. 4,739
Hardingham 1942 1944 purchased from J & C. Harrison, London, 1945 on fire and exploded near Colombo. 7,269
Harlesden 1942 1944 purchased from J & C. Harrison, London, 1945 renamed Trewidden, 1959 sold to Black Star Line, Ghana renamed Ankobra River. 7,273
Harpagus 1942 1944 purchased from J & C. Harrison, London, 1946 renamed Treworlas, 1956 transferred to P & O Line, 1958 returned to Hain Line, 1960 scrapped after grounding in Persian Gulf. 7,271
Harpalyce 1942 1944 purchased from J & C. Harrison, London, 1946 renamed Trewellard, 1956 transferred to P & O Line, 1958 returned to Hain Line, 1962 sold Greece renamed Artemon, 1966 scrapped after fire damage. 7,269
Min (2) 1923 1923 taken over with Mercantile SS Co., 1936 renamed Treminnard, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.160 off Barbados. 4,694
Nimoda 1927 1937 renamed Tremoda, 1941 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic by U.557 ; loss of 32 lives. 4,736
Nohata 1927 1936 renamed Trehata, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.176 off Cape Farewell ; loss of 31 lives. 4,817
Pruth 1915 1923 taken over with Mercantile SS Co., 1923 wrecked Port Moresby. 4,698
Registan 1944 1945 purchased from Strick Line, London, 1946 renamed Tresillian, 1951 transferred to P & O Line, 1954 capsized and sank in heavy weather off Ireland. 7,368
Somali 1930 1930 sold to P & O Line. 6,809
Trebartha (1) 1920 1940 beached and broke in two after being bombed by German aircraft off Aberdeen. 4,597
Trebartha (2) 1962 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1975 renamed Strathtay, 1978 sold Panama renamed Zak, 1985 scrapped. 10,148
Trecarne (1) 1914 1933 sold to Greece renamed Stylianos Castanos.1934 scrapped after stranding. 4,196
Trecarne (2) 1959 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1974 sold Cyprus renamed Golden Arrow, 1978 scrapped after engine room flooded. 6,499
Trecarrell (1) 1907 1916 wrecked on Chincoteague Island, Virginia. 3,875
Trecarrell (2) 1919 ex- War Lilac, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trecarrell, 1941 torpedoed and sunk by U.101 off Cape Race. 5,272
Trecarrell (3) 1959 1971 sold to Cyprus renamed Skipper, 1975 renamed Delphi, 1977 renamed Altona, 1979 scrapped after boiler explosion. 6,499
Tredenham 1915 ex- Falkenfels, 1920 war reparations from Hansa Line renamed Tredenham, 1924 sold to Federal S.N. Co., London renamed Pareora, 1934 scrapped. 8,435
Tredinnick 1920 1942 torpedoed and sunk with all hands by Italian submarine Calvi off Bermuda ; loss of 46 lives. 4,597
Trefusis (1) 1893 1917 captured and sunk by submarine U.65 off Sardinia. 2,642
Trefusis (2) 1918 ex- War Aconite, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trefusis, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.130 off Cape Finisterre. 5,299
Trefusis (3) 1961 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1975 renamed Strathteviot, 1978 sold Greece renamed Evia. 10,077
Tregantle (1) 1902 1916 torpedoed and sunk by UB.16 off Lowestoft. 3,091
Tregantle (2) 1918 1939 sold to Greece renamed Annitsa, 1943 torpedoed and sunk in Mediterranean. 5,742
Tregarthen (1) 1904 1911 sold to Delmas-Vieljeux, France renamed Frank Delmas. 2,171
Tregarthen (2) 1913 1933 sold to Hungary renamed Kelet, 1940 torpedoed and sunk. 4,263
Tregarthen (3) 1936 1941 torpedoed and sunk with all hands off Cape Race by U.48 ; loss of 45 lives. 5,201
Tregenna (1) 1880 1892 sold to Russell, Miller & Huskie, Leith, 1920 sold France renamed Cap La Heve, 1923 sold Sweden renamed Carrie, 1933 scrapped. 1,332
Tregenna (2) 1892 1915 sold to Stathe SS Co., Cardiff renamed Stathe, 1916 shelled and sunk by submarine U.35. 2,623
Tregenna (3) 1917 1917 torpedoed and sunk by UB.57 on maiden voyage. 5,772
Tregenna (4) 1919 ex- War Bulldog, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Tregenna, 1940 torpedoed and sunk by U.65 off Rockall ; loss of 33 lives. 5,242
Tregenna (5) 1949 1959 sold to Pan-Islamic SS Co., Pakistan renamed Safina-E-Nusrat, 1975 scrapped. 5,815
Treglisson (1) 1889 1911 sold to France renamed Hendaye. 2,273
Treglisson (2) 1912 1912 detained by Germans at Bremen and served as prison ship, 1919 returned to owners, 1934 sold to Hungary renamed Nyugat, 1940 sold Panama renamed Liran, 1941 seized by Dutch and 1942 scuttled at Sourabaya. 4,265
Treglisson (3) 1949 1960 sold Pakistan renamed Yousufbaksh, 1966 scrapped after fire damage. 5,270
Tregonnell 1918 ex- War Stag, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Tregonnell, 1935 sold to A. Lauro, Italy renamed Iris, 1958 scrapped. 5,249
Tregothnan (1) 1903 1923 sold to Strick Line, London. 3,075
Tregothnan (2) 1949 1959 sold Pakistan renamed Ocean Enterprise, 1971 damaged by Indian air attack and scrapped. 5,815
Tregurno (1) 1891 1911 sold to Greece renamed Pandelis. 2,432
Tregurno (2) 1911 1930 sold to Greece renamed Meropi, 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Halifax NS. 4,145
Trehata   see Nohata.  
Trehawke 1915 1925 wrecked in Straits of Magellan. 4,198
Trekieve (1) 1883 1897 wrecked at Connah's Quay and broke in two. 1,489
Trekieve (2) 1898 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.35 near Gibraltar. 3,087
Trekieve (3) 1919 ex- War Mallard, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trekieve, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.178 off Lourenco Marques. 5,244
Trelawny (1) 1888 1905 sold Greece renamed Ioannis Domestinis, 1916 torpedoed and sunk. 1,658
Trelawny (2) 1906 1926 sunk in collision in Atlantic with s/s Gaelic Prince. 3,877
Trelawny (3) 1927 1941 shelled and sunk off Seychelles by German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau. 4,689
Trelawny (4) 1949 1963 sold India renamed Jag Rahat, 1969 sold Cyprus renamed Panagia Odigitria, 1974 scrapped. 5,414
Trelevan (1) 1914 ex- Lubeck, 1920 war reparations from German-Australian Line renamed Trelevan, 1929 sold to Donaldson Line, Glasgow renamed Airthria. 4,770
Trelevan (2) 1949 1964 sold to Manners & Co., Hong Kong renamed Sydney Breeze, 1970 sold Canada renamed Global Envoy, 1973 renamed Baffin Bay, 1974 scrapped after fire damage at Halifax. 5,386
Trelissick (1) 1909 1917 torpedoed and sunk by UC.72 off Ushant. 4,168
Trelissick (2) 1919 ex- War Palm, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trelissick, 1941 bombed and sunk by German aircraft off Norfolk. 5,265
Trelissick (3) 1949 1963 sold Hong Kong renamed Kinross, 1972 sold Somalia, 1974 transferred to China. 5,386
Treloske (1) 1884 1897 sold to Cutting & Co., South Shields renamed Pearl, 1911 sold Norway renamed Tordenvore, 1917 torpedoed and sunk. 1,548
Treloske (2) 1902 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.93 off Finisterre. 3,071
Treloske (3) 1918 1939 sold to Greece renamed Agioi Victores, 1949 renamed Paralos, 1952 scrapped. 5,767
Treloske (4) 1949 1963 sold Hong Kong renamed Yungfutary, 1968 wrecked on China coast. 5,386
Trelyon (1) 1882 1895 sold to Cairn Line renamed Cairnlyon. 1,428
Trelyon (2) 1897 1917 mined and beached off Scarborough - total loss. 3,099
Trelyon (3) 1919 ex- War Plover, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trelyon, 1938 sold to Rickmers Line renamed Hans Rickmers. 5,294
Trelyon (4) 1948 1963 sold Hong Kong renamed Yunglutaton. 5,414
Trematon (1) 1904 1911 sold to Spain renamed Artagan. 2,171
Trematon (2) 1914 1916 captured and sunk by U.35 off Malta. 4,198
Trematon (3) 1919 ex- War Lily, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trematon, 1937 sold to Yugoslavia renamed Jurko Topic, 1946 renamed Korenica, 1960 scrapped. 5,202
Tremayne (1) 1886 1905 sold to Sweden renamed Helios. 1,578
Tremayne (2) 1906 1926 sold to Kingdom Steamships Ltd, London renamed Collingdale. 3,881
Tremayne (3) 1952 1968 sold Cyprus renamed Virgy, 1975 renamed Ilion, 1979 scrapped after grounding. 5,608
Tremeadow (1) 1905 1917 captured and sunk by UC.21 off Ushant. 3,653
Tremeadow (2) 1918 ex- War Picotee, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Tremeadow, 1938 sold to Italy renamed Sagitta, 1941 sunk by British warships off Italy. 5,302
Tremeadow (3) 1957 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1973 sold to Wallem & Co., London renamed Reliance Express, 1976 renamed Gulf Reliance, 1980 scrapped. 6,504
Tremere 1915 ex- Augsburg, 1920 war reparations from North German Lloyd renamed Tremere, 1924 sold to Federal S.N. Co., London renamed Puriri, 1934 scrapped. 8,047
Treminnard   see Min.  
Tremoda   see Nimoda.  
Tremorvah (1) 1905 1917 captured and sunk by U.65 off Algeria. 3,654
Tremorvah (2) 1919 ex- War Palm, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Tremorvah, 1938 sold to Italy renamed Nirvo, 1952 renamed Mar Glauco, 1958 scrapped. 5,270
Tremorvah (3) 1954 1968 sold Greece renamed Archon Cherubim, 1974 sold Panama renamed Five Hills, 1976 renamed Phutruksa, 1978 scrapped. 5,605
Treneglos (1) 1882 1883 wrecked Limerick and broke in two. 1,513
Treneglos (2) 1885 1905 sold to Sweden renamed Norma, 1917 torpedoed and sunk. 1,559
Treneglos (3) 1906 1915 torpedoed and sunk by U.34 off Crete. 3,886
Treneglos (4) 1917 1935 sold to Greece renamed Galaxias, 1940 bombed and sunk by German aircraft at Dieppe. 5,768
Treneglos (5) 1963 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1975 renamed Strathtruim, 1978 sold Singapore renamed Siam Bay, 1979 sold Greece renamed Family Angel, 1984 sold Panama renamed Doman, 1985 scrapped. 9,976
Tresillian (1) 1890 1896 wrecked Otranto, Italy. 2,429
Tresillian (2) 1899 1924 sold to Monument S.N. Co., London renamed Yorkhill, 1926 sold Japan renamed Taisei Maru, 1944 sunk in collision. 3,585
Tresillian (3) 1925 1941 torpedoed and sunk by U.77 off Cape Race. 4,743
Tresillian (4)   see Registan.  
Tresithney 1914 ex- Lippe, 1921 war reparations from North German Lloyd renamed Tresithney, 1924 sold to Federal S.N. Co., London renamed Pipiriki, 1933 scrapped. 6,714
Trevalgan (1) 1890 1911 sold to Spain renamed Charito. 2,420
Trevalgan (2) 1911 1929 sold to Greece renamed Georgios Kyriakides, 1940 torpedoed and sunk off Cape Clear. 4,185
Trevalgan (3) 1937 1942 torpedoed and sunk off Trinidad by U.508. 5,299
Trevalgan (4) 1960 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1973 sold Greece renamed Lendoudis Evangelos, 1985 scrapped. 6,706
Trevanion (1) 1891 1911 sold to Greece renamed Michail, 1916 went missing at sea. 2,437
Trevanion (2) 1912 1929 sold to Greece renamed Maroula, 1934 wrecked Argentina. 4,267
Trevanion (3) 1937 1939 sunk in South Atlantic by German battleship Admiral Graf Spee. 5,299
Trevanion (4) 1943 1965 sold to Aviation & Shipping Co., London renamed Avisbrook, 1960 sold Greece renamed Michalis, 1967 scrapped. 7,375
Trevarrack (1) 1895 1914 sold to Sweden renamed Iris, 1917 wrecked off Essex. 2,098
Trevarrack (2) 1914 1916 captured and sunk by UC.18 off Guernsey. 4,199
Trevarrack (3) 1919 ex- War Laurel, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trevarrack, 1941 torpedoed and sunk by U.46 in Atlantic with all hands ; loss of 43 lives. 5,270
Trevaylor (1) 1890 1911 sold to Greece renamed Sifnos. 2,426
Trevaylor (2) 1912 1934 sold to Lensen Transport, London renamed Frederika Lensen. 4,249
Trevaylor (3) 1940 1955 sold to Williamson & Co., Hong kong renamed Inchstaffa. 5,257
Trevaylor (4) 1959 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1973 sold Greece renamed Evgenia I, 1976 wrecked near Jeddah. 6,501
Treveal (1) 1909 1918 torpedoed and sunk by U.35 off Anglesey. 4,160
Treveal (2) 1919 ex- War Jonquil, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Treveal, 1920 wrecked near St. Albans Head. 5,243
Trevean (1) 1885 1899 wrecked St. Nazaire. 1,567
Trevean (2) 1902 1917 captured and sunk by U.57. 3,081
Trevean (3) 1918 ex- War Quail, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trevean, 1931 scrapped after stranding. 5,225
Trevean (4) 1945 ex- Empire Tilbury, 1946 purchased from MOWT renamed Trevean, 1957 transferred to P & O Line, 1958 returned to Hain Line, 1963 sold to Eastern Asia Nav. Co., Hong Kong renamed East Lion. 7,312
Trevelloe 1884 1894 stranded at entrance to Sulina Harbour, later salvaged, sold to Greece renamed Odysseus. 1,646
Trevelyan (1) 1894 1918 sold to Italy renamed Esperia, 1924 scrapped. 3,066
Trevelyan (2) 1919 ex- War Quince, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trevelyan, 1923 sold to Baron Line, Glasgow renamed Baron Herries. 2,500
Trevelyan (3) 1943 1956 transferred to P & O Line, 1958 returned to Hain Line, 1962 scrapped. 7,292
Treverbyn (1) 1910 1917 mined and sunk off The Hebrides. 4,163
Treverbyn (2) 1919 ex- War Airman, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Treverbyn, 1941 torpedoed and sunk with all hands by U.82 off Cape Clear ; loss of 48 lives. 5,281
Trevessa (1) 1899 1920 sold to Chile renamed Miramar, 1926 wrecked Valparaiso. 3,566
Trevessa (2) 1909 ex- Imkenturm, 1920 war reparations from Hansa Line renamed Trevessa, 1923 sank in Indian Ocean. 5,004
Trevethoe (1) 1895 1911 sold to Norway renamed Erviken, 1917 torpedoed and sunk. 2,097
Trevethoe (2) 1913 1932 sold Panama renamed Antje Catharina. 4,248
Trevethoe (3) 1940 1941 torpedoed and sunk off Great Yarmouth by German E-Boat. 5,257
Trevethoe (4) 1944 1951 transferred to P & O Line, 1958 returned to Hain Line, 1959 sold Greece renamed Alcyonis, 1969 scrapped. 7,355
Trevider (1) 1883 1898 sold to Cairn Line renamed Cairnbahn. 1,538
Trevider (2) 1902 1911 wrecked off Cabo Villano, Spain. 3,082
Trevider (3) 1913 1914 detained by Germans at Brake, 1918 returned to owners, 1933 sold to Yugoslavia renamed Rosina Topic. 4,260
Trevider (4) 1944 1955 sold to Turnbull, Scott & Co., London renamed Eastgate, 1956 sold Bulgaria renamed Balkan, 1968 scrapped after grounding. 7,376
Trevilley (1) 1881 1895 sold Italy renamed Mariquita, 1900 sold to Miller & Co., Glasgow renamed Trevilley, 1901 went missing at sea. 1,275
Trevilley (2) 1897 1911 seriously damaged in collision with s/s Santa Lucia and sold to Greece renamed Salaminia, 1918 torpedoed and sunk. 3,112
Trevilley (3) 1913 1932 sold to Austrian Lloyd renamed Wien. 4,259
Trevilley (4) 1940 1942 torpedoed and sunk in South Atlantic by U.68. 5,296
Trevince (1) 1907 1926 sold to Malta renamed Cassar, 1926 resold to Greece renamed Ioannis Pateras. 3,874
Trevince (2) 1943 1959 sold to Black Star Line, Ghana renamed Densu River. 7,292
Trevithick 1910 ex- Preussen, 1920 war reparations from Hamburg America Line renamed Trevithick, 1924 sold to Federal S.N. Co., London renamed Papanui, 1934 scrapped. 8,046
Trevorian (1) 1889 1910 sank in Bay of Biscay. 2,270
Trevorian (2) 1911 1914 detained by Russia in Black Sea and requisitioned as transport, 1917 sold to British Admiralty, 1919 wrecked in Black Sea while in tow. 4,144
Trevorian (3) 1920 1943 sank in North Sea after collision with Icelandic trawler Oli Garda. 4,599
Trevose (1) 1882 1895 sold Italy renamed Angela, 1924 renamed Pertusola, 1954 scrapped. 1,493
Trevose (2) 1896 1917 torpedoed and sunk by U.81. 3,112
Trevose (3) 1944 1951 transferred to P & O Line, 1958 returned to Hain Line,1962 sold to Moller Line, Hong Kong renamed Ruthy Ann. 7,354
Trewavas 1888 1892 went missing at sea on voyage Cardiff to Jamaica. 1,682
Trewellard (1) 1889 1913 sold to Italy renamed Antonio di Padova, 1913 went missing at sea. 2,269
Trewellard (2) 1914 1933 sold to Greece renamed Sylva, 1937 renamed Victoria, 1940 bombed and sunk by German aircraft. 4,202
Trewellard (3) 1936 1940 shelled and sunk off Greenland by German raider Admiral Scheer ; loss of 16 lives. 5,201
Trewellard (4)   see Harpalyce.  
Trewidden (1) 1878 1891 sold to Greece renamed Adelphi, 1896 wrecked Calabria. 1,271
Trewidden (2) 1891 1915 sold to Gart SS Co., Glasgow renamed Gartland, 1918 torpedoed and sunk. 2,613
Trewidden (3) 1917 1937 sold to Yugoslavia renamed Kupa, 1942 torpedoed and sunk. 4,381
Trewidden (4)   see Harlesden.  
Trewidden (5) 1960 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1975 sold Cyprus renamed Sarina I, 1979 scrapped after engine room damage. 6,671
Trewinnard 1914 ex- Ammon, 1920 war reparations from Kosmos Line renamed Trewinnard, 1924 sold to Federal S.N. Co., London renamed Pakipaki, 1933 scrapped. 7,233
Treworlas (1) 1922 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.124 off Trinidad ; loss of 38 lives. 4,692
Treworlas (2)   see Harpagus.  
Trewyn (1) 1903 1916 went missing at sea. 3,084
Trewyn (2) 1920 ex- War Gannet, 1919 purchased from The Shipping Controller, London renamed Trewyn, 1937 sold to Rickmers Line renamed Moni Rickmers. 5,241
 
    Hain-Nourse Line  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Betwa 1950 1965 transferred from Nourse Line, 1966 transferred to British India S.N. Co. renamed Sirsa, 1971 transferred to P & O Line, 1971 scrapped. 6,722
Erne 1961 1965 transferred from Nourse Line, 1969 transferred to Trident Tankers Ltd, 1971 transferred to P & O Line, 1984 scrapped. 14,244
Indus 1954 1965 transferred from Nourse Line, 1969 sold Liberia renamed Spiliada. 7,049
Jumna 1962 1965 transferred from Nourse Line, 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1975 renamed Strathnaver, 1977 sold Singapore renamed Singapore Progress, 1979 renamed Delta, 1980 sold Greece renamed Family Delta, 1985 scrapped. 10,051
Kohinur 1962 1965 transferred from New Zealand Shipping Co., London, 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1975 renamed Strathnairn, 1977 sold Singapore renamed Silvergate, 1979 renamed Antilla, 1986 scrapped. 10,039
Nurjehan 1963 1965 transferred from New Zealand Shipping Co., London, 1971 chartered to T & J Harrison, Liverpool renamed Advocate, 1972 transferred to P & O Line, 1973 renamed Nurjehan, 1975 renamed Strathnevis, 1977 sold Greece renamed Ioannis, 1982 renamed Dimitrios P. Papastratis, 1984 scrapped. 8,380
 
    Vessels Managed for Mercantile S.S. Co. Ltd.  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Ayr 1894 1917 managed by Hain, 1918 torpedoed and sunk off Sicily. 3,050
Dart 1898 1917 managed by Hain, 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Ireland. 3,207
Ganges 1901 1917 managed by Hain, 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Morocco. 4,177
Lena 1902 1917 managed by Hain, 1923 sold Greece renamed Marigo L, 1934 scrapped. 4,146
Min (1) 1897 1917 managed by Hain, 1920 sold Greece renamed Vassilios Destounis, 1932 scrapped. 3,083
Ness 1895 1917 managed by Hain, 1917 captured and sunk off Spain by U.64. 3,050
 
    Vessels Managed for British Government  
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Antwerpen 1887 1917 requisitioned by The Shipping Controller from Forenede Dampskibs Selskab, Denmark, 1917 torpedoed by UC.77 in English Channel and beached. 1,637
Danefaerd 1884 1917 requisitioned by The Shipping Controller from E. Harboe, Denmark, 1918 returned to owners. 1,416
Empire Bede 1942 managed for MOWT, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.553 in North Atlantic. 6,959
Empire Bowman 1942 managed for MOWT, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.404 off Cape Clear. 7,031
Empire Carpenter 1942 managed for MOWT, 1944 chartered to USSR renamed Dickson, 1946 returned to MOWT renamed Empire Carpenter and laid up. 7,025
Empire Cato 1942 managed for MOWT, 1947 sold to Clan Line renamed Clan Mackenzie. 7,039
Empire General 1943 managed for MOWT, 1947 sold to West Hartlepool S.N. Co. renamed Hendonhall. 7,359
Empire Heywood 1941 managed for MOWT, 1944 managed by South American Saint Line, 1947 purchased by Saint Line renamed Saint Gregory. 7,030
Empire Macandrew 1943 managed for MOWT as Merchant escort carrier, 1946 sold to McCowen & Gross, London renamed Derryheen, 1951 sold Lyle Shipping Co renamed Cape Grafton. 7,952
Empire Maccallum 1943 managed for MOWT as Merchant escort carrier, 1947 sold to Clunies Shipping Co., Greenock renamed Doris Clunies. 8,252
Empire Macdermott 1944 managed for MOWT, 1947 sold to Buries Markes Ltd, London, 1948 renamed La Cumbre. 7,952
Empire Macrae 1943 managed for MOWT as Merchant escort carrier, 1947 sold to Moller Line renamed Alpha Zambesi. 8,252
Empire Mandarin 1944 managed for MOWT, 1946 sold to Counties Ship Management Co., London renamed Lulworth Hill. 7,078
Empire Peace 1942 managed for MOWT, 1943 bombed and sunk off Sicily. 7,173
Empire Ranger 1941 managed for MOWT, 1942 bombed and sunk in Arctic Ocean. 7,008
Fort Anne 1942 managed for MOWT, 1946 managed by Lyle Shipping Co., 1948 returned to U.S. Maritime Commission. 7,134
Fort Bellingham 1943 managed for MOWT, 1944 torpedoed and sunk off North Cape by U.360 and U.957 ; loss of 39 lives. 7,153
Fort Boise 1943 managed for MOWT, 1946 wrecked Miquelon Island. 7,151
Fort Cedar Lake 1942 managed for MOWT, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.338 and U.665 off Cape Farewell. 4,244
Fort Chesterfield 1943 managed for MOWT, 1946 chartered to Goulandris Ltd, London, 1948 sold to G & T. Shipping, Canada. 7,127
Fort Island 1944 managed for MOWT, 1946 sold to Montship Lines, Montreal renamed Mont Rolland. 7,167
Fort Jemseg 1942 managed for MOWT, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.238 off Cape Farewell. 7,134
Fort La Have 1944 managed for MOWT, 1946 returned to Canadian Gov't., 1947 sold to Lunham & Moore, Canada renamed Angusglen. 7,166
Fort Sakisdac 1943 managed for MOWT, 1946 sold to Canadian Shipowners Ltd, Canada renamed Marchcape. 7,160
Fort Vercheres 1942 managed for MOWT, 1946 chartered to Dalhousie Ltd, London, 1950 sold to Counties Ship Management, London renamed Maple Hill. 7,128
Kallundborg 1898 1917 requisitioned by The Shipping Controller from C. K. Hansen, Denmark, 1917 captured and sunk by U-Boat off Toulon. 1,590
Ocean Courage 1942 managed for MOWT, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by U.182 off Gambia. 7,173
Ocean Justice 1942 managed for MOWT, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by U.505 off Trinidad. 7,173
Rosedale Park 1944 1946 managed for MOWT, 1946 management transferred to Weidner, Hopkins & Co., 1950 sold to Counties Ship Management Co., London renamed Poplar Hill. 7,139
Samadre 1944 managed for MOWT, 1947 sold to Larrinaga SS Co., Liverpool renamed Maria de Larrinaga. 7,219
Samshee 1944 managed for MOWT, 1946 management transferred to W. H. Seager & Co., Cardiff, 1948 returned to U.S. Maritime Commission, 1964 scrapped. 7,210
Samsperrin 1944 managed for MOWT, 1947 returned to U.S. Maritime Commission, 1961 scrapped. 7,219
Samvigna 1944 managed for MOWT, 1948 returned to U.S. Maritime Commission, 1960 scrapped. 7,255
Taarnholm 1905 1917 requisitioned by The Shipping Controller from L. H. Carl, Denmark, 1918 returned to owners, 1919 sold to DFDS. 1,424

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