John H Marsh Maritime Research Centre

John H Marsh Maritime Collection

A catalogue of a collection of 18000 photographs of 9200 ships taken in South Africa
mainly between 1921 and 1953

Prints from the original negatives are available for purchase

Information in order of Name,Type,Displacement in tons,Date of launch,Date of photographs,Fate where known

Ships with names beginning with the letter "J"

  1. J.A. KRUGER tug 276/1972 in 1983 (listed in Lloyds Register 1989/90)
  2. J.F. CRAIG dredger 839/1972 in 1985
  3. J. FRANK COOPER see as CICLOPE
  4. J.H. BOTHA tug 374/1974 in 1980 & '85
  5. J.R. MORE tug 805/1961 in 1985
  6. J.W. BATES see as THORSHOVDI
  7. J.W. HERBERT pilot tug 57/1925 in early & mid 1930s (1962 scrapped)
  8. J.W. MCANDREW see as AFRICAN ENTERPRISE
  9. J.W. SAUER tug 255/1915 in early, mid & late 1930s & '40 (1960 scrapped)
  10. JAAMERI see as CHARTERHAGUE
  11. JACANA passenger launch at Cape Town in 1980
  12. JACEK MALCZEWSKI freighter 12500/1979 in 1980 (listed in Lloyds Register 1989/90)
  13. JACKSONVILLE see as SILVEROAK
  14. JACOB H. GALLINGER freighter 7176/1943 in 1946 or '47 (1967 wrecked)
  15. JACOB H. SCHIFF see as SAMBURGH
  16. JACOBUS see as UNITASI
  17. JADAR see as GVAS 2
  18. JAG LAADKI see as COOMBE HILL
  19. JAGAT NETA freighter 22452/1965 in 1980
  20. JAGERSFONTEIN (1st) freighter 5512/1918 in late 1920s
  21. JAGERSFONTEIN (2nd) passenger 10083/1934 in 1936, '37 & '39 (1942 torpedoed)
  22. JAGERSFONTEIN (3rd) passenger 10574/1939 in 1952
  23. JAGUAR tanker 9579/1939 in 1948
  24. JAHANGIRABAD see as ITAURA
  25. JAJCE see as KIM
  26. JALNA see as PEIK
  27. JALON see as CORBRAE
  28. JAMAIQUE see as COMPIEGNE
  29. JAMAL SHAH freighter 1997/1970 in 1985
  30. JAMES COCHRANE floating dock lifting capacity 450/1926 in early, mid & late 1930s, '45, '46 & '53
  31. JAMES HARLAN freighter 7176/1943 in 1945 (1962 scrapped)
  32. JAMES HAWSON see as KIM
  33. JAMES NO. 66 see as K. RAPANOS & NEWEY
  34. JAMES PATERSON tug 247/1902 in 1939
  35. JAMES PITCHERS trawler wreck in mid 1930s
  36. JAMES ROCKBREAKER floating rockbreaker 197/1930 in 1936, '37 & '40 (1956 beached)
  37. JAMES SEARLE (3rd) tug 91/1902 in mid & late 1930s, '41, '46 & '49
  38. JAMES T. EARLE see as SAMAYE & HISTORIAN
  39. JAN BACKX see as CILICIA
  40. JAN HAYWOOD tug 374/1974 in 1976 (listed in Lloyds Register 1989/90)
  41. JAN KIKI see as CLAN MURDOCH
  42. JAN VAN RIEBEECK SAS South African destroyer 2500displacement dl/1943 in 1950, '51, '53, '54
  43. JAN WELLEM whale factory ship 11776/1921 in 1936 (1947 scrapped)
  44. JANE BANKS sailing vessel 176/1878 in early 1930s
  45. JANETA freighter 5312/1929 in 1939 (1944 torpedoed)
  46. JANEY see as MARINER
  47. JANINA see as ANGLO-NORSE
  48. JANKIKI see as CLAN MURDOCH
  49. JANNE COAST. freighter 300/1972 in 1982
  50. JANNIE OELOFSEN tug 295/1982 in 1985
  51. JANTJE see as SPRINGBOK
  52. JANUS see as PROMETHEUS
  53. JAPAN freighter 5230/1911 in 1940 (1941 torpedoed)
  54. JAPAN AUTO A see as AEGEAN SUN
  55. JAPANESE PRINCE see as WAVE
  56. JAPARA freighter 3323/1930 in 1940 (1969 scrapped)
  57. JAPARA (1st of RL) freighter 9312/1938 in 1938 & '47 (1969 scrapped)
  58. JARAMA see as KINTYRE
  59. JARL MALMROS see as WORLD ERA
  60. JASNICE see as AVANTI
  61. JASON passenger 3719/1965 in 1980 (listed in Lloyds Register 1989/90)
  62. JAVA see as ATHELVIKING
  63. JAVA STAR see as TRIDALE
  64. JAVA STEER see as TRIDALE
  65. JAVANESE PRINCE freighter 8593/1926 in 1938 (1941 torpedoed)
  66. JAYBRAHMA see as BADAGRY
  67. JAYSHREE see as DEMETERTON
  68. JEAN see as MANX MARINE
  69. JEAN L.D. freighter 5795/1953 in 1937 & '41 (1968 scrapped)
  70. JEAN ET JACQUES see as CORSICAN PRINCE
  71. JEAN LABORDE passenger 11414/1929 in early 1930s (1946 scrapped)
  72. JEAN-MARIE see as ATHELDUCHESS
  73. JEAN P. CHOUTEAU see as DUINO
  74. JEANNE D'ARC Fr cruiser 8950displacement fl/1928 in early 1930s, '49 & '53 (1966 scrapped)
  75. JEANNE M see as BARON ELIBANK
  76. JEANNIE see as CITY OF CARLISLE
  77. JEB LEE see as FRUMENTON
  78. JEDMOOR freighter 4392/1928 in early 1930s, '37, '40 & '41 (1941 torpedoed)
  79. JEFFERSON MYERS freighter 7582/1920 in 1940 & '41 (1957 wrecked)
  80. JELLING see as METTE
  81. JENNIFER see as MAUD
  82. JENNIFER B see as NEEUW
  83. JENNY see as CLAN COLQUHOUN & GALLIC
  84. JENNY DAWN mfv at Port Elizabeth 1985
  85. JENNY MOLLER freighter 3108/1919 in 1940 (1943 wrecked)
  86. JERSEY freighter 4986/1936 in 1938 (1942 sunk by mine?)
  87. JERUSALEM see as BERGENSFJORD
  88. JESSELTON BAY see as EMPIRE CYPRUS
  89. JESSMORE freighter 4099/1921 in 1940
  90. JEYPORE freighter 5318/1920 in 1941 (1942 torpedoed)
  91. JHELUM freighter 4038/1936 in 1939 (1941 torpedoed)
  92. JOAO BELO passenger 6365/1905 in early & late 1930s (1950 scrapped)
  93. JOAO COUTINHO see as POLANA
  94. JOAO DE LISBOA Port sloop 1220 fl/1936 in 1938 (1966 discarded)
  95. JOAZEIRO passenger 4238/1907 in 1941 (1955 scrapped)
  96. JOBURG see as KOLSNAREN
  97. JOESSEL Fr submarine 1250displacement submerged/1917 in abt 1930 (1935 stricken)
  98. JOHAN CAREL OETKER see as SYSLA
  99. JOHAN HUGO freighter 7709/1966 in 1980
  100. JOHANN SCHULTE see as DALHANNA
  101. JOHANN VAN OLDENBARNEVELT passenger 19040/1930 in 1936 (1963 fire then sank)
  102. JOHANNA W VINKE/A.M.5 whale catcher 320/1929 in 1953
  103. JOHANNES sailing vessel 317/1902 in 1933
  104. JOHANNESBURG T.56 & T.456 HMSAS see as SUDEROY II & QUOIN
  105. JOHERO see as ELAND
  106. JOHILLA freighter 4042/1937 in 1937 (1968 scrapped)
  107. JOHN freighter 141/1849 in 1932
  108. JOHN BLUMER freighter 2488/1914 in mid 1920s
  109. JOHN C. MEIKLE trawler 194/1914 in mid & late 1930s (1946 ?)
  110. JOHN COX tug 104/1971 in 1985
  111. JOHN DOCK tug 551/1934 in 1935 & '38 (1977 scrapped)
  112. JOHN EDMUND see as SONNEBLOM HMSAS
  113. JOHN H. HATTON see as SAMPENN
  114. JOHN LAMEY see as LADY ELIZABETH
  115. JOHN MUDIE dredger wreck in abt 1930
  116. JOHN PATERSON tug 99/1882 between 1882 & 1905 (1906 disappeared)
  117. JOHN QUILLIAM see as DANA
  118. JOHN X. MERRIMAN tug 621/1938 in 1938, '39, early & mid '40s, '51 & awaiting disposal in '81
  119. JOLANDA see as RIBERA
  120. JOLIET VICTORY freighter 7608/1944 in 1947
  121. JONGE ELISABETH freighter 1463/1928 in abt 1933
  122. JONQUIL see as CARVALHO ARAUJO
  123. JOSE DE LARRINAGA freighter 5303/1920 in abt 1932 (1940 disappeared overnight from convoy)
  124. JOSEF STEWING see as FJORD LINER
  125. JOSEFINA see as SUBADAR
  126. JOSEFF CONRAD sailing vessel 206/1882 in 1935
  127. JOSEPH FRERING see as SKARAAS
  128. JOSEPHINE GRAY freighter 1977/1931 in 1932 (1970 scrapped)
  129. JOSEPHINE LE BORGNE freighter 1309/1918 in 1938
  130. JOSIAH PARKER freighter 7176/1942 in 1946 (1963 scrapped)
  131. JOTUNFJELL tanker 8624/1937 in 1938 & '40 (1963 scrapped)
  132. JUAN II see as SPINA
  133. JUAN V see as SATSA
  134. JUAN SABASTIAN DE ELCANO sailing vessel Spanish naval training ship 3420displacement 3/4 load/1928 in early 1930s & '47
  135. JUAREZ see as HAVORN II
  136. JUBARTE whale catcher 331/1936 in 1948 or '49
  137. JUDITH R freighter 794/1957 in abt 1975 (listed in Lloyds Register 1989/90)
  138. JUGOSLAVIJA freighter 5197/1901 in mid 1920s & '30
  139. JULIA see as DANA
  140. JULIA freighter 2873/1943 in 1946 & '47 (1969 scrapped)
  141. JULIET freighter 4323/1929 in 1929
  142. JULIETTE see as DUNOLLY CASTLE
  143. JUMNA passenger 6078/1929 in early 1930s
  144. JUNELLA see as SOUTHERN RANGER
  145. JUPITER wreck of small steam ship at Durban in 1936
  146. JUPITER/ZEUS passenger 6306/1961 in 1980 (1988 sunk in collision)
  147. JURKO TOPIC see as AINO NURMINEN
  148. JUSTICIA Bri troopship 32234/1917 sinking in 1918 (1918 torpedoed)
  149. JUSTICIA freighter 4562/1935 in 1936 (1940 torpedoed)
  150. JUTEOPOLIS see as GARTHPOOL
  151. JUTLAND see as COULBEG
  152. JUTLAND D.62 HMS Bri destroyer 2400displacement std/1946 in 1948 (1965 scrapped)
  153. JYTTE PAULIN see as BARON GEDDES

Where known, the fate of the ship is shown in brackets


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