Names

Type

Captain

Owners

Built at

Built by

Port

Notes

  Wakefield
Keel
George Garfitt (1871)
Goole
reg 20. 85 tons
  Walcot
Sloop
  Walkington
Keel
  Wallas
Keel
Joseph Gibson 1881
Coal Trade.
Mirfield
reg 32.75 tons
  Walpole
Keel
  Walter
Keel
George Parker 1881
Hull
66 tons
  Walton
Keel
William Draper 1881
Coals to Brigg.
Brigg
70 tons
  Wanderer
Sloop
Leonard Walker
Trent
  Wards
Tug
Philip Nelthorpe 1874
Mr. Barnistea
Hull
  Warrior
Keel
George Lawrence 1891
D. Whileblood 1867
Thorne
R.Dunston
Thorne
unreg 90 tons
  Wasp
Keel
George Whittaker 1901
F. Stephenson, 1911.
Lincoln
102.100 tons
  Wasp
F. Raywood 1891
Hull
85 tons
  Watchful
  Water Lilly
Keel
William Arnold, Knottingley
Goole
44037-70 tons
  Water Lilly
Keel
R. Nightingale 1878
Length 26ft.
Hull
5590-35 tons
  Waterman's Friend
Keel
E. Tawton 1861
Hull
70 tons
  Waterwitch
Keel
Thomas Hinchcliffe 1881
Hull
  Waterwitch
Keel
Samuel Wilson 1861
Hull
65 tons
  Water Witch
Keel
William Booth 1874, 1881
W. Dyson Sen.1866. A. Bannister & Co. 1874
Coals to Hull
70 tons
  Waterwitch
Keel
George Bootherby 1911
Lincoln
96.120 tons
  Waterwitch
Smack
James Wright
Fishing Launch. Henry Burton, Hull, 1880
Hull 1866
Hull
53280.52 tons
  Waterloo
Sloop
George Copley, William Sharp Jnr.
Knotingley
Sharp
  Water Queen
Lighter
John Kenton 1891
Goole
616? 80 tons
  Wave
Schooner
H. Johnson 1901
John Rogers, Maldon, Essex 1880 Maldon 1848
Lynn
2650.94 ton
  Wave
Joseph Gillyian 1891
Thorne
80 tons
  Weddall
James Swift 1786
Hull/Selby
70 tons
  Weighton Lock Packet
Thos. Dudding
Hull
  Welcome
Sloop
Isaac Whitaker, Joseph Watson
Hull
Jackson
  Welcome
Keel
John Boyes 1891
Bardney
  Welcome
Tom Watson 1871
Goole
804. 46 tons
  Welcome Flame
Joseph Day 1881
Brighouse
100 tons
  Welcome Friend
Keel
Ramsden 1861
Captain Ramsden, wife and child all drowned, after the vessel grounded at Whitton and drifted to near Blacktoft, on passage with a cargo of 80 tons of Ironstone, from New Holland to Castleford. December 1861.
Hull
  Welcome Home
Keel
John Earnshaw 1881
Goole
reg 476.70 tons
  Welfare
Sloop
George Wake
Brotherton
Worfolk
  Welsh
Keel
Dec 1874 sunk Ferriby Sluice laden with seed .
Hull/Gainsborough
  Wefare
Bob Downing
Stainforth
  Wellington
J. Gilbertson
  Wells
Schooner
Cliffe, Banks, Massey, Wood, Hood, Hodgson
Selby
Cliffe
  Wells
Schooner
William Norton 1881
Goole
4790.67 tons
  Wesley
Keel
William Alsop 1861
Israel Jackson, Goole
Knottingley1844
Hull
90 tons
  Wesley
Keel
Stephen Beckitt 1881
Hull
80 tons
  Wesley
Robert Downing 1881
Mexborough
reg 15.90 tons
  Wesleyan
Schooner
William Green Snr., & Jnr., Thomas Cliffe
Knottingley
Cliffe
  Westborough
Barque
S. B. Chapman 1871
West Indies trade
Scarborough
45487.325t
  Westcliffe
Keel
  West Riding
Keel
C. Lord 1901
Hull
reg 97.60 t
  West Riding
Steam
John Burn 1901
Wakefield
285.120 tons
  Wharf
Steam
Robert Woodhead 1911
Goole
91323.363 tons
  Whim
Keel
J.C. Schofield
  Whim
Keel
John Clark 1881
Coal Trade.
Thorne
80 tons
  Whitby Abbey
Steam
A. Kitchman 1911
Hull
128091.509 t
  Whitby Lighthouse
Light
Robert Freeman Hurob 1901
Principal Keeper. Samuel C. Westcott assist
  White Cloud
Keel
Henry Hamilton 1871/81
Joshua Matthews 1891
Barrow, Ulceby
399.70 tons
  Whitgift Packet
Thos. Parrott
Hull
  Whitton
Sloop
  Whitton Packet
John Dinsdale
Hull
  Whitwood
Steam
George Gill 1881
The Yorkshire Coal & Steam Ship Co. Ltd.
North Shields
1872
Goole
68872.232 tons
  Wilberforce
Smack
Joseph Mount 1871
Samuel Tozer jnr, Grimsby 1880
Hull 1864
Grimsby
47994.48 tons
  William
Barge
John Yardley 1861
Hull
95 tons
  William
Barge
George Grayson 1891
Hull
reg 788.85 t
  William
Barge
William Thornes 1891
Hull
362.90 tons
  William
Keel
W. Scott 1901
Knottingley
  William
Keel
F. Johnson 1901
Hull
  William
Lighter
J. Harlston 1901
Goole
482.80 tons
  William
Fred Hinchliffe 1901
Thorne
148.100 tons
  William
Sloop
William Jewitt, Robert Long
Knottingley
  William
Sloop
William Moorhouse, William Burton
Knottingley
Robinson
  William
Sloop
William Jackson, William Thompson
Knottingley
Cliffe
  William
Sloop
Mr. Laverack, Reedness
built abt 1794
Leeds/Hull
  William
Sloop
Sunk at Skitter Roads laden with bricks March 1897
Hull
  William & Agnes
Sloop
William Morris
Barrow
Sharp
  William & Alice
Sloop
William H. Day 1881
Easington
reg 218.45 tons
  William & Alice
William Nonables 1881
Coal Trade
Thorne
80 tons
  William & Ann
Sloop
Matthew Sharp
Knottingley
Sharp
  William & Ann
John William Wordsworth 1891
Wakefield
reg 48
  William & Ann
Keel
John Stephenson (1871)
Hull
  William & Ann
Keel
John Steemson (1871)
Hull
  William & Annie
Keel
  William & Arthur
Sloop
  William & Dinah
Sloop
William Whitaker, Dinah Ramskill, Caroline Bayes
Knottingley
  William & Eliza
Keel
Shaw.W.Sutton1887.H.Sutton99.
Herbert Sutton/E.Sutton 1887
Hull/Thorne
90 tons
  William & Elizabeth
William Lawrence 1891
Hull
reg 39.82 tons
  William & George
Schooner
William Hutching (1871)
Joseph Gostelow, Spalding 1880 Selby 1852
Goole
836.64 tons
  William & George
Matthew Morton 1861
Coal Trade.
Hull
70 tons
  William & Jane
Ketch
W. Wadsworth 1901
William Wadsworth, Mexborough, 1900. Goole 1895
Hull
105095.56 ton
  William & John
Keel
Thomas Lindley 1881
Grain Trade.
Hull
80 tons
  William & John
Keel
William Taylor (1871)
Corn Trade.
Hull
reg 3.70 tons
  William & John
Keel
Albert Barrass 1881
Coal Trade.
Stainforth
70 tons
  William & Joseph
Keel
Sam Fowler 1881
Stainforth
80 tons
  William & Lucy
Sloop
Sharp 1850, Scalle 1854, Hebblewhite 1861
November 1850 At Dover , abandoned and crew saved by the 'Devon', Captain Beer from London to Plymouth, the sloop was towed into Boulogne by French fishing boats. December 1854 from Goole to Shields at Bridlington Bay. March 1861 Captain Hebblewhite at Lynn.
Hull
48 tons
  William & Maria
Sloop
William Sherwood
Kexby
Jackson
  William & Martha
Keel
William Jessop (1871)
Hull
  William & Mary
W. H. Barrass 1891
Coal Trade. William Stamper
Hull
reg 144
  William & Mary
Robert Skinner 1901
Stainforth
unreg 80 tons
  William & Mary
William Cook 1866
W. Cook 1864
Hull
  William & Mary
Samuel Barnes
  William & Mary
Sloop
William Moorhouse, William Day
Knottingley
Hartley
  William & MaryAnn
Sloop
Charles Banby
Knottingley
Hartley
Goole
75 tons
  William & Sarah Ann
Sloop
Sunk entering Grimsby 1893
Hannah and Marmaduke Sarvent
Knottingley
Cliffe
Goole
56 tons
  William & Susan
Keel
J.R. Rhodes 1901
Goole
unreg 90 tons
  William & Susan
Keel
Jonas Mellor 1881
Coal Trade.
Wakefield
90 tons
  William & Susannah
Sloop
Edward Abby 1881
Goole
40 tons
  William Ann
Keel
David Hutchinson 1861
57 tons
  William Carter
Keel
William Burn 1881
John Rushforth (1871) Coal Trade.
Hull
70 tons
  William Coulman
Steam
William Gruell 1881
Goole Steam Shipping Co. Ltd.
Greenock 1866
Goole
54505.366 ton
  William Dawson
Steam
Jonathan Thurlow 1901
John M. Lennard, Middlesborough 1880
Sunderland 1872
Middlesbrough
62662.165 tons
  William De La Pole
Smack
George Rickell 1881
Chrisopher Pickering, Hull 1880
Goole 1879
Hull
79484.81 tons
  William Eliza
Watson Sutton 1881
Thorne
90 tons
  William Hewson
Keel
A. Hewson.Henry Farr 1874/81
P. Day 1877. A. Hewson. William Hewson 1874/77
Hull
360.90 tons
  William Maskill
Keel
John Flower 1881
Benjamin Hewitt, Goole
B/Stather 1858
Goole
20470.70 tons
  William Nightingale
Keel
  Williams
Schooner
William Goulding, George Spence
Knottingley
  Williams
Keel
Thomas Crossland 1881
Goole
80 tons
  Williams
Schooner
Benjamin Wrag (1871)
William Tummons, Knottingley 1880
Knottingley1860
Goole
27989.59 tons
  Williams
Keel
John E. Shaw (1891)
Goole
  Williams
Barge
W. Beckett 1891
Hull
  Williams
Sloop
George Kilner, Dewsbury 1880
Mirfield 1848
Goole
4916.37 tons
  William Sefton
Sloop
William Moorhouse
Knottingley
Hartley
  William Shaw
Keel
Henry Ibbitson 1881
Hull
80 tons
  William Thomas
Keel
J. Burns 1881
Melbourne
100 tons
  William Young
Keel
William Naylor 1881
Hull
85 tons
  Willie
Keel
Driffield
  Wilsons
Keel
W. Alsop
W. Alsop
Thorne
  Wilsons
Keel
Thomas Raper 1874
Richard Wilson 1865/74.
Hull
  Wingate Grange
Schooner
William Basker 1861
Scarboro.1847
Scarborough
22377.129 tons
  Windham
William Elgate
Yarmouth/Norwich/Hull
  Winifred
Keel
  Winteringham Packet
Wm Serjeant
Hull
  Witch of the Waves
Smack
William Varley 1871
J. J. Earle, Grimsby 1880 Barking 1852
Grimsby
reg6112.55 tons
  Wolsely
Keel
  Wonder
Keel
John Cooke
Brayford Pool, Lincoln
  Wonder
Keel
H. Rowbottom 1901
Goole
518.85 tons
  Wonder
Keel
Richard Maddra 1881
Hull
313 .90 tons
  Wonder
Keel
William Wiburn 1881
Stainforth
reg 118.80 tons
  Wonder
Keel
Richard Barrass 1881
Coal Trade.
Stainforth
70 tons
  Wonder
Keel
Benjamin Ackroyd 1861
  Wonder
James Sheard, Knottingley.
Hull
reg 695
  Woodbine
Keel
Thomas Parish 1861
W. Dyson 1866
Hull
40 tons
  Woodlark
Sloop
J. Hodgson 1901
Mark Aaron 1891. Mark Aaron, Louth 1880
Louth 1854
Hull/Grimsby
683.48 tons
  Woodman
Keel
F. Moxon 1901
Haggensen, Watt & Co. Hull 1900
Barnsley 1880
Hull
110690.49 t
  Woodman
Keel
Hugh Fox 1861
Coal & Timber trade.
Elvington
80 tons
  Woodman
Keel
November 1898 For Sale with boat and stores, 58 x 14 ft. Joseph Thornes, Thornlea, Albert Avenue, Anlaby Road, Hull.
Hull
100 tons
  Wyberton
Steam
William Shales 1891
Boston Deepsea Fishing & Ice Co. Ltd.
Beverley 1886
Boston
93405.55 tons
  W. A. Massey
Cutter
W. H. Stubbs 1911
Pilot Cutter No. 2.
Hull
105024.38 ton
  W. C. Burwell
Keel
Sam Spivey 1881
Coal & corn trade.
Hull
reg 144.85 tons
  W. Harkess
Steam
Giles 1901
William Harkess, Middlesborough 1880. Middlesborough 1875
Middlesborough
73268.755 tons
  W. S. Flower
Schooner
George Bartlett 1901
William Flower, John Cliffe, Hickson Turner
Knottingley1860
Cliffe
Goole
28411.50 tons
  W. M.
Sloop
William Horrocks
Knottingley
Cliffe
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