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Occupation / Relationship
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BARKSWORTH ANTHONY . CORDELLA H177 . Skipper 1894 BARKWORTH ?
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BARKWORTH D . FALCON H321 . Skipper .3 Aug 1897 .
BARKWORTH DIMMOCK . FALCON H321 . Skipper .21 Jan 1898 .
BARKWORTH DIMMOCK 31. Smack Isabel Tetney, Lincoln Skipper 1881 .
. . . 56 Goodwin St . Fisherman 1882 .
. . . 503 Hessle Rd . Skipper 1893 .
. . . 6 Subway St . Fisherman 1899 .
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BARKWORTH CHARLES ? 18 SMACK SNOWDROP H511 . Deckhand 15 Nov 1882 Charged with causing wilful damage to smack. ALSO NAMED AS JAMES BARKWORTH
09 Feb 1883: HULL POLICE COURT. Charles Barkworth, a young man was charged with doing wilful damage to a trawl warp the property of Henry Cook. The prisoner was a deckhand on the smack Snowdrop, and on the 15th Nov last between six and seven in the evening about 160 miles from Spurn, while they were preparing to shoot the fishing net it was discovered by the skipper , when about fifteen fathoms of warp had been thrown overboard - that the warp had being cut almost in two, Charles Heald, skipper, stated that the damage done was about £4, and the loss sustained  by missing the night`s fishing would amount to about £20. The prisoner he said, also put a knife into the compass, in order to put him off course, and several other acts of wanton mischief had been commited during the voyage. When charged the prisoner admitted cutting the rope, pleading in extenuation that he wished to get home. The skipper stated that this was his first trip and there had not been a wrong word spoken before the damage was done, there had been on three separate occasions steel knifes placed in the compasses, and the vessel had being drawn out of her course, this had been done by another man, who had not been proceeded against for want of proof. The skipper believed  Barkworth had been put up to cutting the warp by a older hand. The prosecutor Mr Rollitt,: It was a conspiracy from begining to end. The skipper says that had he not discovered the knife in the compasses on the last occasion the smack must have been lost, as she was forty-five miles out of her course at the time of discovery. Mr Twiss, said the prisoner`s conduct had been disgraceful and scandalous. He was sentenced to two month`s imprisonment. His Worship asked if there was not some way of getting at the conspiracy. Mr Rollitt said he would communicate with the Chief Constable.
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BARKWORTH MARY 31 56 Goodwin St . Fishermans Wife 1881 .
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BARKWORTH W . ALONSO H887 . Skipper 04 July 1917 Skipper on Fishery Reserve Convoy O Leaving Hull 04 Jul 1917
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