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    John , I suspect the lady in the pursers department was not looking at Murphy's boots and thinking to herself, would you look at the state of them sheets!!!

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    But Murphy when it came to the first class dinning room was one of the best dressed officers.
    The steam queens hated him as he wanted clean shirts every day, as well as clean sheets.

    Never knew him to go ashore, but did like a drop or two, or three
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    Joe Murphy. R.I.P. At a later date he was Engineer Superintendent for Universe Tankships. and Engineer Manager. Verolme Shipyard Rushbrook. Co Cork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeWhelan View Post
    Joe Murphy. R.I.P. At a later date he was Engineer Superintendent for Universe Tankships. and Engineer Manager. Verolme Shipyard Rushbrook. Co Cork.
    I assume we are talking about the same Murphy, he was a great guy got on well with him.
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