Joseph T. Eltringham & Company

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Joseph T. Eltringham & Company was a British shipbuilding company with a dockyard at the mouth of the River Tyne in South Shields.

Shipbuilding

Ship Type Launched Fate
H.M.S. P27 patrol boat 21 Dec, 1915 Sold Jul, 1923
H.M.S. PC 65 patrol boat 5 Sep, 1917 Sold Jan, 1923
H.M.S. Gaddesden minesweeper 30 Nov, 1917 Sold 4 Nov, 1922
H.M.S. Gainsborough minesweeper 12 Feb, 1918 Sold Jun, 1928
H.M.S. Gretna minesweeper 11 Apr, 1918 Sold 3 Oct, 1928
H.M.S. Northolt minesweeper 21 Jun, 1918 Sold 29 Feb, 1928
H.M.S. Harrow minesweeper 30 Jul, 1918 Sold 1947
H.M.S. Huntley minesweeper 18 Jan, 1919 Sunk 31 Jan, 1941
H.M.S. Havant minesweeper 24 Mar, 1919 Sold Aug, 1922
H.M.S. Instow minesweeper 15 Apr, 1919 Sold 15 Nov, 1920
H.M.S. Bury minesweeper 17 May, 1919 Sold 20 Jan, 1923
H.M.S. Cheam minesweeper 2 Jul, 1919 Sold 18 Mar, 1922

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