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James McGill Brown Brother 6th April 1925

  Candidate’s Name Mr James McGill Brown 1st Officer TSS  Cameronia Merchant Mariner

 DOB 3rd May 1897 28 Years Old

 Address 63 Lauderdale Gardens Hyndland Glasgow

 Proposed By Brother T G Brown

 Seconded By George R Lamont

 First or Entered 6th April 1925

 Second or Fellow 4th November 1925

 Third or Sublime Degree

 RWM of the Celtic Brother George Moir Paterson

Brother James was on the TSS Cameronia

   

Piatures from the Kosab Family Gallery.

CAMERONIA HISTORY

The "Cameronia" was built in 1919 by Wm Beardmore & Co Ltd, Glasgow for the Anchor Line of Glasgow. She was a 16,365 gross ton ship, length 552.4ft x beam 70.4ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 16 knots.

 

There was accommodation for 265-1st, 370-2nd and 1,100-3rd class passengers. Launched on 23/12/1919, the installation of the final parts of her passenger accommodation were delayed due to a strike and she had to be towed to Cherbourg for completion.

 

She commenced her maiden voyage from Glasgow to Liverpool and New York on 11/5/1921 and between 1921-1924 she made several similar Cunard-Anchor Line voyages. In October 1925 she rescued the crew of the burning US Coastguard cutter "CG 128" off New York and in November of the same year collided with the Norwegian steamer "Hauk" in the Clyde.