Hiroe (S.N.): 651 [undated]

Hiroe (S.N.): 651 [undated]

Data in handwriting:

Selling price:
Requisition date:
Appraised price:
Forced sale?
Index price:
Index number:
Other annotations/comments:
Blue ink: This vessel was said to be damaged badly while towed by Navy and said to have been beached at Quinnamasa Bay; Red ink: Popoff, Slocan, B.C.; Red ink: Owner was in Hospital, reported June 30th, 1942; Red ink: Wreck.
Editorial Note
It is unclear if Bay 4422-L is actually the mortgagee, or if this information was placed incorrectly on the page. As well, the registered owner's name was originally Sadaroku Nakamura, but this is crossed out and replaced with B.C.P.
Name of Vessel Hiroe Official Number 651 Naval Control Number not encoded
Port of Registry not encoded Date of Registry not encoded
Length not encoded Width not encoded Depth not encoded
Make of engine not encoded Date When Re-Installed not encoded
Horse Power not encoded Knot (Speed) not encoded
When Hull Built not encoded When Hull Rebuilt not encoded
Type of Vessel Gill-Netter
Formerly Used as not encoded Value (Replacement)
Date When Surveyed Last not encoded Value (Present) 400
Place of Operation not encoded Value (Insured)
Charter Rate: 1940 Chartered To: 1940
Charter Rate: 1941 Chartered To: 1941
Amount of Mortgage, If Any Mortgaged To: Bay 442-L
Registered Owner's Name B.C.P. Actual Owner's Name Nakamura, Sadaroku
Address Address 1782 West 2nd Avenue Vancouver, B.C.



Hiroe (S.N.): 651 [undated]
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Source: Auto-generated from row 253 of an original spreadsheet created by the Directories cluster. Registration/sale record of Hiroe (S.N.), [Undated]


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