As Jackora LT 129 in Milford Haven

Reproduced with acknowledgment to John Stevenson & Milford Trawler website

Thorntree  LH 73

Built 1918      John Lewis & Sons Ltd Aberdeen as "Mirage (Steel)
Yard No 65
Owner at New Admiralty   (Ad.No.3926)
ID no 137640
Launch Date 1918
Completed 16.12.1918
Gross Tons 97
Nett Tons 42
Engine 34 h p T.3-cyl by John Lewis & Sons Ltd Aberdeen (Engine No.128)
Length 85.8ft
Breadth 18.6ft
Depth 9.8ft


06.07.1920 Handed over to Fishery Board of Scotland for disposal to the Mercantile.
1920 Sold to the Mercantile
1920 Owned by Granton owners.
1920 Registered at Granton GN??
07.10.1921 Skipper John Horne at Duns Sheriff Court fined 140 in total for fishing inside the legal limit off the Berwickshire coast at St. Abbs, refusing to stop when challenge by the Fishery cruiser "Maelstrom" leading to a sixty mile chase and with failing to display or concealing his trawlers name and port registration on 20th July 1921.
1923 Owned by J & A S Horne, Port Seton, East Lothian 
1923 Granton registry closed.
1923 Renamed "THORNTREE"
1923 Registered at Leith LH 73
1926 Owned by J.T. Graham & A. Vyse Kirkcaldy.
1926 Leith registry closed.
1926  Renamed "MARY & JANE"
1926 Registered at Berwick BK 271
03.1940 Owned by Mitchell Bros (Jackora Ltd ) Milford Haven (A.C. Mitchell manager).
1940 Berwick registry closed.
1940 Renamed "JACKORA"
1940  Registered at Lowestoft  LT 129
1943 Diesel Engine fitted
1955 Scrapped