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    she was my first ship joind her at tilbry in 59 strate out of ts vindicatrix I was a c/boy 16 years old gold coast then payed of dbs in canerys had for moor ships befor joing army then olau line ferries grman flaged for 15 years

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    Hi David I was on the Temple Hall nearly 20 years later, although have a feeling was a different ship. As this one had cranes and was what was called a Self Discharger. I joined her in Greenock, and ship had just come back not too long past off the Ozzie coast and had been under the Australian Flag. Think she had been on the Phosphate run out here. Going through the office drawers found old paperwork and wage slips. The deck boys had been on wage wise as much as I was as mate under the British flag. Maybe this was subconsciously in my mind when decided to emigrate out here years later. Regards John Sabourn

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    ##tommy there are some on the site who can probably help ypu in your search ...there is i know a book of remembrance for shetland seamen lost at sea or deaths at sea ......im blowed if i remember where it is now ......but i have seen it online here before as i have two family members on the list ......you must try and google it regards cappy

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    Shetland Times Deaths 1956 - 1960

    Shetland Times 15/5/1959


    John R Goodlad

    At sea, age 52 1959

    Spouse: Mary Goodlad

    Parents: late Mr and Mrs Alexander Goodlad


    Shetland Times 15/5/1959 John R Goodlad
    West Africa on board mv Templehall. 18 4 1959

    Parents: late Alexander and Johann R Goodlad

    PDF LINK: http://www.jghalcrow.co.uk/stindex/f...ath1956_60.pdf

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    Results for Deaths At Sea, 1781-1968

    Find my Past.

    https://search.findmypast.co.uk/resu...death_offset=2

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    I sailed on the Temple Hall as Third officer from 5th Sept. '68 to 6th Feb. '69, when we handed her over to the Greeks in Liverpool. Prior to that I served on the Temple Main as Cadet fromAug. '66 to July '68.

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    My last trip deep sea under the British Flag 76/77 was on the Temple Hall as Chief mate. The writing was on the wall and had a change of scenery by going offshore , maybe a different Temple Hall , this one had 3 cranes and was classed as a self discharger if necessary. Think she was the first British flag ship up to Shanghai after Mao died .His wife supposedly in Gaol in Shanghai. I was on a ship on middle Trade 10 years later , but canít remember her name. However she was not what one could call a deep sea ship. The company managing the Temple Hall also managed the Finish Wasa and I was on that before the Temple Hall. Unless I am getting really senile both these ships were managed by Whitco Marine and had strong connections with Salens . Cheers JS.
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    The poor old Temple Hall is still around Wrecked in Lanzarote. Her accommodation is still mainly intact. She was beached there a number of years ago as she started to leak. I went abroad her in 1968 in Dalian, China.

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    Must be a different Temple Hall to the one I recollect David. JS
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