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JOHN CHARLES EDDOM SNR

PARENTS OF JOHN CHARLES EDDOM 1881 CENSUS
EDDOM GEORGE GILES 63 114 English Street Hull Beverley Rulleymans Labourer 1881 4772 35 Married Ann Palmer 18 APR 1853 Sculcoates, Hull. E.Yorks
EDDOM ANN 52 Do Beverley Spouse 1881 4772 35 nee PALMER
EDDOM JOHN 18 Do Beverley Son - Fisherman 1881 4772 35 JOHN CHARLES
EDDOM ROSE E 16 Do Yorks ? Daur 1881 4772 35 b.1864 Hessle - Listed as EDDAM - ROSE ELLEN  - Marriage:25 FEB 1885 St.Barnabas, Hull to John Stephen Brockwell
EDDOM GEORGE W 11 Do Hull Son 1881 4772 35 b.1870 Myton Hull - listed as EDDAM
EDDOM ROBERT P 8 Do Hull Son 1881 4772 35 Robert Palmer b. 1873 Myton Hull
OTHER CHILDREN NOT ON 1881 CENSUS
EDDOM JOHN . . . Son . b.13 May 1854  d.14 May 1854
EDDOM ANN ELIZABETH . . . Daur . b.28 Jan 1855  d.29 Jan 1855
EDDOM GILES . . . Son . b. 02 Dec 1857 d. 04 Dec 1857
EDDOM ELIZABETH . . Beckside, Beverley Daur . b. 27 Oct 1857 - Married 19 APR 1878 St. James, Hull - HARRY HODGSON YOUNG
EDDOM SARAH ANN . . . . . b. 1860
EDDOM MARY ELLEN . . . . . b. Mar 1861 d. Oct 1861
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Name: JOHN CHARLES EDDOM Snr

Date of Birth b: 1862 Beverley 

Father: GEORGE GILES EDDOM b. 1818 Beverley E Yorks - married 1853, all Saints Sculcoates, Hull

 

Mother: ANN PALMER b. 1829 Beverley E Yorks

Spouse: ELIZABETH ANN BARTLETT

Marriage: 1885 Hull Register Office

Date of Death: d. Jan 09th 1949 aged 86

 

1881 114 English St Hull

1901 60 Havelock Street

Fishing Relatives

Brother - George William Eddom

Brother - Robert Palmer Eddom

Son - George Giles Eddom - Lost aboard Strathlyon H19

Grandson - John Charles Eddom

Brother in law - Harry Hodgson Young ( Marriage of sister Elizabeth Eddom)

Brother in law - John Stephen Brockwell ( Marriage of sister Rose Ellen Eddom ).

 

 

 

EDDOM J C . ST ANDREW H1366 . Second Hand 26 Jan 1885 .
EDDOM J C . ST ANDREW H1366 . Second Hand 30 Nov 1885 .
EDDOM J C . ST ANDREW H1366 . Second Hand 15 Feb 1886 .
EDDOM J C . SMACK FLORA H1463 . Second Hand 1 Feb 1886 .
EDDOM J C . SMACK FLORA H1463 . Second Hand 23 Jul 1886 .
EDDOM T C ? . SMACK FLORA H1463 . Second Hand 31 Jan 1887 J . C ?
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . MERCURY H871 . Skipper 25 Jul 1887 .
EDDON JOHN CHARLES . MERCURY H871 . Skipper 30 Jan 1888 EDDOM
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . POLYHYMNIA H1315 . Skipper 3 Aug 1888 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . POLYHYMNIA H1315 . Skipper 26 Jan 1889 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . POLYHYMNIA H1315 . Skipper 29 July 1889 .
EDDON JOHN CHARLES . SMACK EGERIA H25 . Skipper 20 Jan 1890 EDDOM
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES AMPHITRITE H1243 . Skipper 25 01 1890
EDDON JOHN CHARLES AMPHITRITE H1243 . Skipper 06 08 1890 EDDOM
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES AMPHITRITE H1243 . Skipper 15 01 1891
EDDOM J C . IRIS H13 . Skipper 16 Jan 1891 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . IRIS H13 . Skipper 11 Jan 1892 .
EDDOM J C . WOLFHOUND H141 . Skipper 29 Jan 1892 .
EDDON JOHN CHARLES . WOLFHOUND H141 . Skipper 18 Jul 1892 EDDOM
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . WOLFHOUND H141 . Skipper 25 Jan 1893 .
EDDOM J C . BASSETHOUND H151 . Skipper 20 Jan 1893 .
EDDON J C . DESIDERATUM H154 . Skipper 20 Jul 1893 EDDOM
EDDON JOHN CHARLES . GNAT H137 . Skipper 29 Jan 1894 EDDOM
EDDON JOHN CHARLES . GNAT H137 . Skipper 23 Jul 1894 EDDOM
EDDOM J C . FOXHOUND H75 . Skipper 13 Jul 1894 .
EDDOM J C . FOXHOUND H75 . Skipper 24 12 1894 HDM Vessel brought through hurricane conditions
24 Dec 1894 HDM :  A SERIOUS CATASTROPHE. The Foxhound belonging to the Humber Steam Trawling Company, has also had a serious time. At six o`clock on Saturday evening she was 120 miles off Spurn, but fortunately her gear was not down. Aheavy sea was shipped and the mate, David Fenton, was carried overboard, and the crew gave him up for lost. Happily a remarkable and exceptional incident happened - unfortunately too rare. The sea released him from its terrible grip, and returned him to the deck of his ship, where he was seized by willing and eager hands. Fenton was little the worse, but was thankful for his extraordinary escape. To-day he is landing fish on the Hull Billingsgate instead of spending Christmas Eve at the bottom of the North Sea. The Foxhounds boat was smashed to atoms, the sails were cut like ribbons, and the rigging was destroyed. To add to the miseries of the crew, the lower compartments of the vessel were deluged with water, and five hours of arduous bailing was necessary before the water was removed. Scarcely had this operation ceased when there came another sea which once more flooded the Foxhound, and put it in as bad a condition as it was before. Worn out as they were with their hard and dangerous toil, Captain J.C Eddom and his men had no alternative but to again set to work, and it was not until six o`clock on Sunday morning that the ship was fit to proceed on her homeward voyage. Captain Eddom informed our representative on landing that during the whole course of his experience he has never been in a gale of such a character. The storm, as far as news to hand shows, has been particularly destructive with the Grimsby boats. The Hull steam trawlers Setter, Boarhound, Rattler and City of Exeter have each towed disabled smacks into Grimsby, and others have been noticed in a battered condition making for the mouth of the Humber.
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EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . BASSETHOUND H151 . Skipper 26 Feb 1895 .
06 Jul 1896 HULL SKIPPERS HAVE A BAD TIME : Henry William Briggs master of the steam trawler Achilles of Hull, has been charged in the Elgin Sheriff`s Court with trawling within the three mile limit off Hopeman on Wednesday 26th Feb last. The Sheriif sentenced accused to pay a fine of £20 or suffer 30 days` imprisonment. John Charles Eddom, master of the trawler Bassethound of Hull, was next charged with trawling, within the three mile limit off Burghead on Thursday 27th Feb last, and also with having damaged the lines of the fishing boat Lizzie, of Hopeman, to the extent of £4.  Mr Watt pointed out the discrepency between the statements of witnesses, which he said showed that these men`s evidence was not to be relied upon. The depth was not consistent with the evidence. He also pointed out, as he had done in the other case, that the men had been cited before, but that diet was adjourned. It cost a great deal to come north, and accused had lost about five weeks` fishing, and had lost his command at present. The Sheriff said that taking into account all that had been said on his behalf, he imposed a fine of £20 for each offence, or £40 in all, and in default of payment, he sentenced him to imprisoned for 15 days for each charge, or 30 days in all, to run consecutively.
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EDDOM . . LORD CHANCELLOR H50 . . 11 DEC 1895 Belive this to be JOHN CHARLES not listed on vessel log , but no listing for him for 1895
11 DEC 1895: HULL TRAWLER FALLS IN WITH A HELPLESS CREW: The Hull trawler Lord Chancellor to-day landed in Hull the crew of the German motor schooner Marie, belonging to to Tonning. She left Husum on the 28th November with a cargo of oats for Leith. The vessel was was under command of Capt W. Rink, who had a crew of four hands. A week ago last Monday night the schooner was struck by the gale. She weathered the fury of the elements untill Tuesday when she was thrown on her broadside. Efforts were made to get her straight, but on Wednesday her position became even more serious . This was all the more regrettable when the crew found that they could not use the pumps. They were thus in a helpless state, unable to do anything but look on, and preserve their own lives. Happily on Monday the Hull trawler`s crew sighted the schooner. A gale was then blowing from the N.W. Skipper Eddom desired the crew of the schooner to leave the Marie. That they declined to do. Offers were made from the Lord Chancellor that the schooner should be towed into the Humber. That was accepted. A rope was attached, and towing commenced. It was an operation, however, so dangerous that it had to be stopped, and the German crew requested to be taken off. They were taken off in one of the trawlers boats and had not left their ship more than one and a half hours before it went to the bottom. The marie was practically a new vessel, having been afloat only a few months. She was a very valuable vessel, and in addition her cargo was estimated to be worth about £2,000.
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . FOXHOUND H75 . Skipper 18 Jan 1896 .
EDDON J C . BASSETHOUND H151 . Skipper 17 Jul 1896 EDDOM
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES ? . LOCUST H174 . Skipper 13 Jul 1896 09 04 1896 Locust was in Collision with and sank the Grimsby Whelker Lizzie Carter No81 . Was J C Eddom skipper and was certificate suspended as next two vessels he went second hand ?.  Board of trade inquiry Robert Eddom was second hand. He was found guilty and certificate suspended for 6 months the skipper was suspended for 3 months.
EDDOM J C . CAMPANIA H297 . Second Hand 17 Jul 1897 Skippers Cert Suspended ?
EDDOM J C . LORD NELSON H345 . Second Hand 26 Jul 1897 Skippers Cert Suspended ?
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . PACIFIC H323 . Skipper 22 Jan 1898 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . PACIFIC H323 . Skipper 7 Feb 1898 .
EDDOM J C . CITY OF EXETER H256 . Skipper 7 Feb 1898 .
EDDOM J C . CORMORANT H156 . Second Hand 23 Jan 1899 .
EDDOM J C . FALCON H321 . Second Hand 17 Jul 1899 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . SWIFT H186 . Skipper 25 Jul 1900 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . SWIFT H186 . Skipper 14 Jul 1900 .
EDDOM JOHN C . SWIFT H186 . Skipper 25 Jan 1901 .
EDDOM J C . SWIFT H186 . Skipper 18 Jul 1901 .
EDDOM JOHN C . SWIFT H186 . Skipper 18 Jan 1902 .
EDDOM T C ? . HONORIA H325 . Skipper 28 Jul 1902 JOHN CHARLES
EDDON JOHN CHARLES . BOADICEA H17 . Skipper 01 Sept 1902 EDDOM
EDDON JOHN CHARLES . HONORIA H325 . Skipper 28 Jan 1903 EDDOM
EDDOM . . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 26 Jan 1903 JOHN CHARLES
EDDOM JOHN C . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 18 Jul 1903 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 22 Jan 1904 29 Jan 1904
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 25 Jul 1904 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 8 Feb 1905 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 3 Aug 1905 .
EDDOM J C . PRINCE CONSORT H106 . Skipper 8 Aug 1905 .
EDDOM JOHN C . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 4 Jan 1906 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . MAGPIE H311 . Skipper 12 Feb 1906 .
EDDOM J C . GAMECOCK H205 . Skipper 16 Aug 1906 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . MAGPIE H311 . Skipper 16 Aug 1906 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . LAPWING H258 . Skipper 14 Jan 1907 .
EDDOM T C ? . NORTHWARD HO H455 . Skipper 16 Jan 1907 JOHN CHARLES ?
EDDOM. JOHN CHARLES . SEA LION H542 . Skipper 18 Jan 1907 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . GOLDEN GLEAM H269 . Skipper 19 Aug 1907 .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . GOLDEN GLEAM H269 . Skipper 3 Feb 1908 .
EDDOM J C . ROMAN EMPIRE H431 . Skipper 15 Aug 1908 .
EDDOM T C ? . PENGUIN H284 . Skipper 17 Sep 1909 JOHN CHARLES
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . TARANTULA H175 . Skipper 23 Jul 1910 .
EDDOM T C   ALBATROSS H277 Skipper 04 08 1910 JOHN CHARLES
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . TARANTULA H175 . Skipper 2 Feb 1911 .
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EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . . . . . .
EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . 60 Havelock Street . Skipper 1899. .
EDDOM ELIZA A 36 60 Havelock Street Hull Wife 1901 4479 70 ELIZABETH ANN BARTLETT -
. ELIZA A 13   Hull Daur Do .
. Jno W 11   Hull Son Do .
. RUTH E 9   Hull Daur Do .
. EVA J 7   Hull Daur Do .
. EMILY P 4   Hull Daur Do .
. GEORGE P 3   Hessle Hull Son Do GEORGE GILES DIED ON THE STRATHLYON H19, 1943
. J FRANCIS 2m   Hull Son Do .
EDDOM WILLIAM R 71   Beer Devon Widow Do Boarder -  Ship Watchman
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EDDOM JOHN CHARLES .   . . Nov 1920 Mr & Mrs John Charles Eddom attended the launch of the Trawler Rudyard Kipling H247
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EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . 60 Havelock Street . Ships Husband 1933 Fishing
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GEORGE GILES EDDOM SON OF JOHN CHARLES EDDOM Snr

EDDOM GEORGE GILES 45 STRATHLYON H19 Hessle, Hull Bosun 30 Aug 1943 b. 1897 Son of John Charles and Elizabeth Anne Eddom of Hull
EDDOM nee Farrow ALICE . 28 North Rd Hull . Spouse . Married 1924 St Mary & St Peter Hull
. GEORGE E . . . Son b.1926 .
. JOHN CHARLES . . . Son b.1928 .
. GORDON . . . Son b.1931 .
. JUNE . . . Daur b.1934 .
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JOHN CHARLES EDDOM b.1928 SON OF GEORGE GILES EDDOM

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EDDOM JOHN CHARLES . 03 Feb 1949 John Charles Eddom was Court Martialed at Strensall Camp York, for desertion of which he pleaded not guilty. He had been enlisted under the National Service Act into the East Yorkshire Regiment. He had not reported to the call up notice at Beverley on Feb 05 1948, or the two further visits by the police and he remained absent untill his arrest by civil police on Oct 24th. His defence made on oath and was that he was thinking of his mother and the two kiddies at home as there was no one to keep them since the loss of his father who had been lost when the trawler Strathlyon H19 was blown up in 1943, and he did not know what they would have done if he had not stayed at home.  Since the loss of his father he had from the age of 14 looked after the house and maintained the family been the oldest male member. On Sat 14th feb when the policeman came to give me a railway warrant and told me to report to Beverley on the following Monday, I thought it all over very carefully and as I was looking after my mothers interests , decided to stop at home. "In September when my mother married, I decided to go to school to take a Bosun`s certificate and after that I intended to give myself up. Eddom knew that when he returned from sea on Feb 13th that he should have reported but said that his mother had not been too well since the loss of his father. Ralph Murton Harding, of 78 East Grove, Hull employed by the Marine Steam Fishing Co, said that the accused would be away from home from 2am on Jan 23rd untill returning on Feb 13th. It was stated that the enlistment notice was posted in Leeds at 4.30 on Jan 22nd. ( Proceeding )
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EDDOM JOHN C . STELLA CAPELLA H358 . Skipper 1955 4 Trips / 2 White Sea 2 Bear Island
EDDOM JOHN C . STELLA ORION H379 . Skipper . .
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