BORN HULL 1873. SON OF JAMES & ELIZABETH DORNAN - 96 ENGLISH STREET. MARRIED HULL 1897. LOST TRAWLERMAN OF HULL RECORDS.
Halcyon, built by Cochrane & Cooper, Ltd., Beverley in 1898 and owned at the time of her loss by J. Leyman Jr. was a British trawler of 190 tons. On February 19th, 1917, Halcyon was sunk by a mine from the German submarine U-71 (Hugo Schmidt), off Butt of Lewis. 11 persons were lost.
CREW LOST ON 'HALCYON' (H408), struck mine off Butt of Lewis, 19th February, 1917.
BLAND, James (-), 281 Hawthorne-Ave, Hull. Skipper
DORNAN, Frederick (43), 8 John's-Ter, Redbourne St, Hull. Chief Engineer
GREENWOOD, Richard (41), 16 Day St, Hull. Sparehand
HARLAND, Henry (43), 547 Hessle Rd, Hull. Mate
JACKSON, George (18), 9 Harriet-Ter, Eastbourne St, Hull. 2nd/Engineer
MARSDEN, Henry (43), 46 Paisley St, Hull. Deckhand
PATTERSON, Charles (55), 88 Goulton St, Hull. Bosun
PENROSE, Alfred (-), Address not traced. Deckhand
RHOADES, Henry (36), 15 St. Andrew's St, Hull. Trimmer
WATTON, E (29), 11 Howe st, Jennings St, Hull. Cook
WEST, John (38), 7 Walter's-ter, Brighton St, Hull. 3rd/Hand