STORM AND COMPANY
FISHING AND SEAFARING
This section is taken directly from Alan Storm's "Family and Maritime Community: Robin Hood's Bay, c1653-c1867" of 1991. Some of the finer detail has been lost in the scanning process but the editor would like to think that the scholarship will still be appreciated by the reader.
Since August 2009 it has become possible to
download Alan's complete work from the British Library web site:
Thesis listed on the British Library Thesis Online System (EThOS) 530719
It is a work of some 300 pages and therefore offers an in-depth study of interest to family historians.
1. THE CHANGING ECONOMY SUMMARY
2. THE FAMILY BASE OF THE CHANGING ECONOMY
3. BEDLINGTON AND MILLS VESSELS
4. TODD VESSELS
5. JAMES STORM'S FAMILY AND VESSELS
6. STORM SHIPPING COMPANY VESSELS
7. HARRISON VESSELS
8. GRANGER, TINDALE AND ROBINSON VESSELS
9. SKERRY VESSELS
|FISHING AND SEAFARING - a scene illustrating the
activity of the North Sea. An oil painting by John Lidell
showing a Dutch galliot with
the adition of a small steamer (still under sail, based on the Turnbull Scott 'Trongate' of 1893) and an SN coble; compiled by Alan Storm.