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  • January 2012
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  • June 2011
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  • April 2011
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Joseph Leonard Crimlis, Hull, 1916 - 1935


b. 1916 in Hull;
d. 1935 in Filey bay.

Image: Joseph Crimlis
Source: John Crimlis
Photographer: unknown

Joseph was the second child and first son of Tom Crimlis and Una Gladys Clubley. See Chart F068

1916: 12th February, 1916:1 Joseph was born in Hull.2
1935: Joseph's death (aged 19 years) was recorded in Bridlington.3

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Joseph Crimlis (of Percy Avenue, Rugby Street, Hull), was a deckhand on the Steam Trawler "Skegness" that became stranded on Speeton Cliffs, 24th September 1935 with the loss of all hands.

See Skegness Disaster for a full story plus photographs.

The Skegness

Above: "The Skegness", reproduced by permission of John Crimlis.

1) Crimlis family:
John Crimlis photograph album.

2) FreeBMD:
GRO Sculcoates Volume 9d Page 267 (Crimlis), accessed 19th November, 2013

3) FreeBMD:
GRO Bridlington Volume 9d Page 394 (Crimlis), accessed 19th November, 2013