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 Smack 492CK S.W.H.
S.W.H. stands for Sid, Will and Harry Myall and the lady in the shrouds is probably Mrs Ann Myall, mother of Sid, Will and Harry, who used to crew on the smack. 

She was first registered as CK492 27 November 1911, auxiliary engine fitted 1925. SWH was skippered by Len Trim in the 1950s. In 1963 she was being used as a yacht, renamed DUENNA. 
Cat1 Smacks and Bawleys

Smack 492CK S.W.H.
S.W.H. stands for Sid, Will and Harry Myall and the lady in the shrouds is probably Mrs Ann Myall, mother of Sid, Will and Harry, who used to crew on the smack.
She was first registered as CK492 27 November 1911, auxiliary engine fitted 1925. SWH was skippered by Len Trim in the 1950s. In 1963 she was being used as a yacht, renamed DUENNA.
Date: July 1924      


Photo: Mersea Museum - Alison Taylor
Image ID ATR_SWH_001
Category 1 Smacks and Bawleys


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This image is part of the Mersea Museum Collection.