Oswald Jeffery and Walter Ford where rescued when the Ceres foundered.
Pictured in 1920, this is the Ceres raising sails preparatory to getting under way from the quayside in Bude.
The ketch Wild Pigeon leaves Bude harbour with assistance from the hobblers, who used to row lines from a ship to posts, so that she could warp (winch) herself forwards. […]
Taken on 25th September 1941, the ketch Veteran lies in the lower basin of the Bude canal.
The crew of the Traly shown in the late 1930’s: F Clark, W Ford, Alfred Petherick and O Jeffrey
The Traly – Petherick’s replacement for the sunken Ceres – in the lower basin of the canal in the 1940’s.
The Traly comes into Bude, past Summerleaze beach, in the 1940’s.
The Traly alongside what used to be Vivian’s warehouse in the lower basin of the canal, Sampson’s boat hire featuring prominently.
The ketch Stucley in the harbour in the 1920’s.