Capt. Over a hundred crew and passengers were taken off the vessel before explosives were used to help scuttle her at approximately 18:00. All Passenger Lists For 1912 Available at the Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives. Rubber stamps for all uses and occasions, whether the office or at home. Besides resembling the architecture of Cloverdale, the Moore House is a site of national significance. The US citizens among them were released in early March 1917 as the United States was neutral at the time. Many of the people have more than one path to William, but this is mostly just showing one (ideally the shortest path). They include “testimony” from “witnesses,” including passenger Friedrich Quitzrau, whose published allegations broke the story, but essentially were dismissed by both official inquiries. The program portrayed Mount Temple approaching to within an estimated 5 miles (8 km) of Titanic when Moore decided to retreat upon encountering the dangerous ice field, to avoid risking his ship. Aug. 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. For example, on 12–15 February 1915 Mount Temple carried 15th Battalion of the 48th Highlanders from Bristol to St Nazaire.[47]. The ship was captured roughly 620 nautical miles (1,150 km) W1/2S off Fastnet in the early afternoon of 6 December 1916. At around midnight, the captain retired leaving the watch to the second officer, Griffith Owen Lewis, with an order to call him if the weather worsened. This hypothesis is strongly contested however, and many continue to believe that the Californian must have been the ship seen from the Titanic, and vice versa. Rumors that Mount Temple under Moore ignored Titanic's distress rockets abounded at the time and persist to this day. Those are the explicit instructions from my company. [43][44] As most of the cargo was taken out from the forward holds, the vessel stern sunk deeper into the mud, which prompted the rescuers to also unload the aft holds to even the ship. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Titanic (ship, 1911). Ultimately all of them, including Lord, admitted (indirectly) that they did see a ship believed to be the Titanic all through the night and its distress signals twice. The steamer was under the command of captain James Henry Moore and was carrying 1,461 immigrants to Canada. This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total. S.S. Mount Vernon Washington, DC Brochure artwork of Wilson Line's Pier 4 and the S.S. Mount Vernon in Washington. As the steamer entered the service late in 1901, she only made three trips in Admiralty service before the war ended at the end of May 1902. 12:18am W hile the stewards are waking the passengers and informing them to put their life jackets on, wireless operator Jack Phillips gets his first response to Titanic's distress call. Following the unloading of her cargo which took almost a week, Mount Temple was repaired and released from the drydock on 12 October. Coordinates: 46°44′N 34°05′W / 46.733°N 34.083°W / 46.733; -34.083, Commercial service for Elder, Dempster & Co, "Big C.P.R. [48][49], Following the release, Mount Temple transported approximately 1,200 German POWs captured during the Battle of Loos from France to England before proceeding to Montreal, where she arrived on 28 October 1915. [24], Mount Temple left Antwerp on 20 November 1907 on her usual route to Saint John, carrying around 6,000 tons of general cargo and 633 passengers. At 08:31 Carpathia reported picking up 20 boats, and sent another message at 09:26 telling everyone there was no more need to stand by, following which, Moore gave the order to reverse course and continue the voyage to New Brunswick. She spent the night standing by but did not connect the towing cables and abandoned Dart the next day. [36], Mount Temple sent a wireless request to Carpathia but received no answer. [36] At 06:52, after the sunrise, Moore took prime vertical sight of the sun to determine his position and found out he was several miles east of Titanic's reported longitude and, using dead reckoning, concluded that her actual accident location to be approximately eight miles further east, across the ice field in front of him. Molony structures his book as a court case: The first 14 chapters present the prosecution’s case against Moore. The case this book weaves is fascinating, and like nothing else this reviewer has seen. He consulted with his chief engineer, John Gillet, to try to coax even more speed out of the ageing vessel. On 24 September 1913 Mount Temple left Montreal at 05:20 for her regular trip, carrying a large cargo of grain for London and general cargo for Antwerp. After the gun crew of the Mount Temple manned the gun, the Germans fired back and with their superior firepower hit the funnel and the boat deck, silencing the gun. His latest book provides an intriguing candidate: the Canadian-Pacific liner Mount Temple, under the command of Captain James H. Moore. The list below shows descent from William the Conqueror (see Descendants of William I of England for another list). The book’s text is set in a small, dense font that conserves space but is tiring on older eyes. In August 1915 it was announced that Allan Line Steamships and Canadian Pacific Railway had merged forming a new company named Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Ltd. As a result, Mount Temple was released by the British Admiralty back to her commercial service in October 1915. Recent books have thus focused on clearing or condemning the actions and inactions of Californian’s Captain Stanley Lord and her watch officers. To help the reader judge their testimony’s credibility, the author provides the results of remarkable research into the witnesses’ backgrounds and subsequent lives. [20] Following the redesign, the vessel was also reassessed at 8,790 GRT and 6,661 NRT. [21][22] She returned to Liverpool on 10 June with a cargo of 1,361 heads of cattle, wheat, hay and other produce. Ten or eleven tugs were dispatched right away, but they could not refloat the ship. For example, on 18 April 1905 she brought in 1,922 immigrants to Saint John, the largest number brought by a single ship at the time, destined for settlement in Western Canada. He immediately turned his ship around and steamed north-northeast at an estimated speed of 11 1⁄2 knots (13.2 mph; 21.3 km/h) towards Titanic's last reported position of 41°46′N 50°14′W / 41.767°N 50.233°W / 41.767; -50.233. There were times when Venore was a criminal … Also on board were 22 wooden crates of dinosaur fossils, collected in the Badlands of Alberta by the American paleontologist Charles H. Sternberg. [2] Mount Temple was originally assessed at 7,656 GRT and 4,989 NRT and had deadweight of approximately 11,200. In 1768, Augustine purchased 'Temple Farm' in Yorktown and eventually moved his wife and son into that house, now know as the Moore House. Senan Molony — himself the author of two previous volumes focusing on Californian — has introduced a welcome new direction to the debate: If it wasn’t Californian, then who was the “mystery ship” seen from Titanic? At the time of her departure, the weather was foggy. A 1992 re-examination by Britain’s Marine Accident Investigation Branch partially exonerated Californian, finding that her officers likely saw Titanic’s distress rockets, but declaring Californian could not have arrived in time to save lives — though she should have made an attempt to do so. Titanic to Any Ship: "CQD Titanic 41.44 N 50.24 W" (CQD was the contemporary distress signal, though soon, the new distress signal would be put to use for the very first time). Mount Temple departed Liverpool for her first voyage under new ownership on 12 May 1903 carrying 12 cabin and 1,200 steerage passengers for Quebec City and about 1,000 tons of general cargo for Montreal. After successful completion of sea trials on 19 September 1901, during which the ship was able to maintain an average speed of 11 1⁄2 knots (13.2 mph; 21.3 km/h) over several runs on the measured mile on the Tyne in very unfavorable weather, she was transferred to her owners and immediately departed for New Orleans. At about 02:30 it started snowing heavily and visibility was reduced severely to only about half a length of the ship. With the amount of ice becoming ever greater, Mount Temple heaved-to around 14 nautical miles (26 km) short of the Titanic's last reported position at around 03:25 and continued drifting through the ice field until the daybreak. Undoubtedly, some will find this book controversial, others may reject it out-of-hand, while others still may object to some unsupported suppositions or re-created conversations. The others were interned as prisoners of war. He ported the ship, and at 02:44 Mount Temple struck on the rocks of the West Ironbound Island. Following a chapter of closing arguments, the reader becomes the jury in evaluating Molony’s case. She also had all the modern machinery fitted for quick loading and unloading of the cargo. [34], Once underway, Moore had his off-duty crew awakened and briefed and ordered the 20 lifeboats aboard uncovered. The SS Californian was a Leyland Line steamship that is best known for the controversy surrounding her location during the sinking of the RMS Titanic on April 14th - 15th 1912 She was later sunk herself, in 1915, by a German submarine in the Eastern Mediterranean during World War I. 1 Hunting Places 2 NPCs 2.1 Venore NPCs (102 NPCs) 3 Related Links 4 Hometowns See also: A Visit to VenoreVenore is a city nested above a swamp in the southeastern corner of the Tibian Continent, here. After the end of hostilities in South Africa Mount Temple sailed back to England and arrived at South Shields on 6 July 1902. [45], Mount Temple continued trading on her route all the way until Great Britain entered the World War I on 2 August 1914. A 13-page chapter for the defense cogently summarizes the circumstantial nature of the case against Moore. [1][5] At the time, she was the largest ship ever built at Low Walker Yard.[5]. The North German Lloyd steamer SS Frankfurt. At daylight it was observed that Mount Temple was on the ledges of the island and there were about 75 feet between the steamer and the cliffs. 7,998: Mount Temple: 1901: 1903 taken over with Beaver Line, 1916 captured and sunk by German raider MOEWE in Atlantic. [38][39] These speculations were ignored by both the American and British inquiries, and none of the Mount Temple officers either testified or submitted affidavits in support of these claims. Commissioned in 1762 by Scottish ship captain John Macpherson and his wife Margaret, Mount Pleasant follows Georgian architecture’s emphasis on absolute symmetry and classical proportions. Since it was unsafe to disembark the passengers down the sides of the ship into the waters, the crew managed to get the cable from the ship tied directly to the cliffs, and started transferring people in a basket tied to the cable. It is an amazing coincidence that both Thomas Gale Moore and his great-great-grandfather, Godwin Cotton Moore, were born on November 6. As built, the ship was 485 feet 0 inches (147.83 m) long (between perpendiculars) and 59 feet 0 inches (17.98 m) abeam, a depth of 30 feet 4 inches (9.25 m). Few aspects of Titanic’s story have aroused such passionate debate as the identity of the “mystery ship” which approached the sinking liner sometime after 1 a.m. on April 15. But in presenting questions and doubts about a vessel whose role, until now, has been almost totally unexamined, Molony has performed a valuable service that history requires: Re-examination of preconceived assumptions in the face of new material, extricated after a century of neglect or oversight from a formidable array of known and until-now-obscure sources. Customer satisfaction guaranteed. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route. [25] The rest of the passengers had to spend a night on the island, and were safely brought to Halifax the next day by the Canadian government steamer Lady Laurier. The program said that Mount Temple was the “mystery ship” observed from the Titanic and was much closer than 49 miles to Titanic when her SOS was received, contrary to the position given by Moore. In 1916, while crossing the Atlantic with horses for the war effort and carrying a large number of newly collected dinosaur fossils (two of which were the hadrosaurs Corythosaurus), she was captured and scuttled complete with her cargo. These were en route to Sir Arthur Smith Woodward, keeper of the British Museum's Natural History Department.[51][52]. The book is highly recommended. She reached the last known position of Titanic around 04:30, and found herself in a heavily packed ice-field, but no trace of survivors or wreckage. We only have to look at the statements of the crew of the Californian. At around 08:30 Californian came along Carpathia as she was finishing picking up the last survivors. [23] The steamer conducted five more runs between Liverpool and Montreal until the end of navigation season on the St. Lawrence River in November 1903, carrying general cargo and immigrants from Europe to Canada, and returning with cattle, foodstuffs and lumber. On 14 October 1911 while entering Gravesend Mount Temple collided with an Australian steamer SS Osterley anchored at Tilbury Dock, causing some slight damage to her bow. Moore testified, “My instructions from my company are that I must not enter field ice, no matter if it seems only light. The Skyfire, helmed by Sky Captain Swayze, was first called into service to aid in the defense of Wyrmrest Temple during the final battle of the war against Deathwing. I would have welcomed the addition of several position charts to help readers visualize the author’s assertions regarding the ships, their positions and courses. 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. The steamer was eventually floated in the morning of 26 September and was taken to dock where she had to unload her cargo of grain. Smith. This controversy was depicted in the November, 2020, PBS television documentary, Abandoning the Titanic, part of the Secrets of the Dead series. The SS Mount Temple was a Canadian Pacific Lines cargo ship that was sunk during the First World War by the German commerce raider SMS Möwe.. The only supposed reason the captain didn't take any action was because he believed the signals were white.The only thing you could accuse captain Moore of is that he exaggerated his heroic effort. Along with a Horde gunship, the Skyfire engaged the Black and Twilight dragonflights in the skies of Dragonblight to protect Thrall and t… She departed for her maiden journey on the same day for New Orleans and arrived there on 9 October.[6]. A huge tidal wave then smashed over the vessel, destroying about half of the lifeboats on board.[25]. The ship was shortly afterwards acquired by Canadian Pacific Lines and was one of the vessels that responded to the distress signals of the RMS Titanic in 1912. Mount Temple was a passenger cargo steamship built in 1901 by Armstrong Whitworth & Co. of Newcastle for Elder, Dempster Shipping of Liverpool to operate as part of their Beaver Line. 8,790: Niagara: 1913 The Californian then immediately headed toward the drowned ship, encountering both the Mount Temple and the Carpathia, which brought 700 survivors back to New York City. Mount Temple was laid down at Armstrong Whitworth & Co. shipyard in Walker and launched on 18 June 1901 (yard number 709), with Mrs. Swan, wife of Colonel Henry Frederick Swan, being the sponsor. [52] On 12 December 1916, they were brought aboard the captured British ship Yarrowdale, and arrived at Swinemunde, Germany on 31 December. [29] Upon arrival she loaded her usual cargo and left 2 September for London, resuming her regular service. [6] The vessel was constructed for general cargo trade, and had an iron shelter deck built over the whole length of the ship, good for about 1,100 heads of cattle. Phillips assumes that they are the first to respond to the distress call. As the ship struck, the rocks pierced the steamer's hull right around the engine room flooding it and extinguishing the fires. The ship was left stranded in a dangerous position and the chances of getting the vessel off were considered very slim, however, a new storm that hit the area on 6 December had shifted the steamer about twenty feet closer to the island, and with that her position had markedly improved. The M. Bison Alpha 1:3 Scale Statue measures 29” tall and 19.5” wide, striking a dominating stance on top of a base inspired by the in-game Temple Hideout stage from the Street Fighter series. : Subcategories. She was one of the ships that responded to the distress signals of the RMS Titanic in 1912.. Yet, controversy still remains concerning Mount Temple's position at the time of her receiving the distress call from Titanic, how far she was from Titanic when she stopped and Moore's decision to stop and never even attempt to cross the ice field. Originally a Beaver Line ship, she was purchased by Canadian Pacific in 1903. [46] In her transport capacity she sailed between England and France carrying troops and provision. He had ropes and ladders readied, lifebelts prepared and posted extra lookouts to aid avoiding the icebergs reported in the area. Free shipping on all orders over $50. Molony examines Mount Temple’s log — mysteriously devoid of any mention of Titanic; the impossibility of Moore’s testimonies about his ship’s position, speed and course, and the irreconcilable conflict between the ship’s wireless procès verbal records and Moore’s avowals. She was still under command of captain Moore, and had a pilot on board. Although belonging to the Thaian Kingdom, the laws of Venore do not prohibit gambling, and gamblers like Zebron can be seen gambling in public. Encyclopedia Titanica (2010) Titanic Scandal: The Trial of the Mount Temple (Titanic Review, ref: #11293, published 5 February 2010, generated 6th December 2020 02:51:50 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/titanic-scandal-by-senan-molony-review.html, Copyright © 1996-2020 Encyclopedia Titanica, Titanic Scandal: The Trial of the Mount Temple, Helga Elisabeth Lindqvist Hirvonen : Titanic Survivor, The Besses o' th' Barn Band play 'Nearer My God to Thee', Letter from the Prince of Wales to W.T. Moore House, Yorktown. [34] This green light may have been a rocket or flare launched by either survivors of the Titanic or launched by RMS Carpathia speeding to the rescue. [26] Mount Temple had to spend the winter stranded, but was not damaged by the storms, and three attempts were made to float the steamer in February 1908, yet all of them proved to be unsuccessful. Was an Ensign. On 19 May 1908 it was reported that the repair contract was awarded to the Newport News Shipbuilding Co. and Mount Temple proceeded to Newport News from Halifax in tow on 22 May. Even at full speed, it would take around four hours to cover the distance between his ship and Titanic. She was subsequently reassigned to the London–Antwerp–Canada route, serving Saint John and Halifax during winter seasons, and Montreal during summers. [2] The vessel had a steel hull, and two 694 nhp triple-expansion steam engine, with cylinders of 22-inch (56 cm), 37-inch (94 cm) and 61-inch (150 cm) diameter with a 48-inch (120 cm) stroke, that drove two screw propellers, and moved the ship at up to 12.0 knots (13.8 mph; 22.2 km/h).[2]. Index of Merchant sailing ships, 1850-1875 : heyday of sail, by David R. MacGregor. Stead, Rare photograph of 'Captain Smith' to be auctioned, RMS Titanic facts, history and passenger and crew biography. The vessel proceeded as far as the new drydock before changing her course too far south and subsequently ran aground opposite off Maissonneuve at 05:35 on the mud banks of Longueuil. Browse the most recent Mount Pleasant, Texas obituaries and condolences. In addition, the ship was fitted with refrigerating machinery and insulated chambers to carry dairy produce and chilled meat. He takes pity on non-nautically minded people, carefully explaining terminology as needed. [31], Mount Temple set out on her usual voyage at 14:00 on 3 April 1912 from Antwerp bound for Saint John. [42] Airing in some countries as Titanic: A Dead Reckoning, it was co-produced by Titanic International Society member Senan Molony. There was no captain's sworn statement with this list, which was filed as an abstract, though it appears to be a list from only one ship. The SMS Möwe, outwardly a cargo ship, caught up with the Mount Temple and fired a shot across her bow. Due to page size constraints, we have arbitrarily paginated our Southamton Passenger Lists Listings into Three Pages Even at full speed, it would take around 4 hours … This review originally appeared in issue 70, Winter 2009, of Voyage, the quarterly journal of Titanic International Society. Manifest Saloman GRUNBERG (Soloman GREENBERG) accompanied by wife Ester, and daughters Clara Fany, and daughter Paulina Grinberg (Pauline Greenberg) and Jankel (Jacob Greenberg) arrived in New York, on the ship KROONLAND October 1920. No fewer than eight others, Mount Temple passengers and crew alike, add their charges and observations. Nonsense. The ship was named after William Francis Cowper, Baron Mount Temple, a British politician, Lord of the Admiralty and at the time, also a chairman of Armstrong Whitworth & Company. She arrived at London on 5 August with her usual cargo from Montreal, but on 12 August it was announced that the steamer was requisitioned together with many other large commercial vessels by the Admiralty to serve as a food and troop transport. General Info Edit. [11] She departed for her first commercial trip on 27 August for New Orleans in ballast and reached her destination on 15 September. Following her last trip to South Africa she started her normal commercial service. Three crew members aboard the Mount Temple were killed in the brief battle, and a fourth was wounded and died aboard Möwe a few days later. The author argues that having found their man in Californian’s Stanley Lord, both inquiries’ questioning of Mount Temple’s master was perfunctory and at times nearly sycophantic. By late afternoon the weather deteriorated, becoming overcast, with occasional snow squalls appearing. Moore’s own vessel, the Canadian Pacific SS Mount Temple, was an immigrant ship of 8,790 gross tons with a length of 485 feet between perpendiculars and a beam of 59 feet. [35] After approximately half an hour wait, Moore proceeded south-southeast looking for an opening to pass thorough the pack ice, but eventually reversed course back to north-northwest, shadowing the western edge of the ice pack. The ship was under command of captain Alfred Henry Sargent and had a crew of 109. R.M.S. He had Durrant respond to the CQD, then immedia... tely turned his ship around and steamed north-northeast at the vessel's maximum speed of 11.5 knots (13.2 mph; 21.2 km/h) towards Titanic's reported position, approximately 49 mi (78 km) away. She was under command of captain Boothby and had a crew of approximately 150. Morris GREENBERG arrived in NY on the ship VAUBAN October 1914. By Ken Ringle June 30, 1991 When David Eno was a fourth-grader in Canton, N.Y., he chose as a book report subject the legendary sinking of the RMS Titanic. List of passengers brought into the District of Frenchman's Bay from Foreign Countries from the 1st of April to the 30th of June 1826. He suggests that the “tramp steamer” allegedly encountered by Mount Temple as it made for Titanic’s sinking site was Moore’s fabrication to send investigators on a wild-goose chase to divert attention from his own actions. The situation was somewhat exacerbated by the fact that Montreal had limited grain discharging equipment installed being a grain export port. Captain Moore decided to mount a rescue operation. Molony examines Mount Temple’s log — mysteriously devoid of any mention of Titanic; the impossibility of Moore’s testimonies about his ship’s position, speed and course, and the irreconcilable conflict between the ship’s wireless procès verbal records and Moore’s avowals. Other features may include candid photographs of crew members at work and recreation, details and history of the ship, and short biographies on captains, commanders, and other prominent officers. [50], Mount Temple departed Montreal for her final voyage on 3 December 1916 for Brest, and then continuing to Liverpool. [35] Initial progress was good but after finding his ship coming upon a large ice field at around 03:00 on 15 April, the vessel slowed until becoming increasingly surrounded by pack ice. In the early days of wireless telegraphy, the call sign established for the Mount Temple was "MLQ.". [17], On 24 February 1903, while Mount Temple was still en route, it was announced that Canadian Pacific Railway acquired 14 steamers from Elder, Dempster Shipping, serving mostly on Beaver and Elder Lines, for £1,417,500. Following acquisition of Beaver Line in 1899 and resolving all the legal questions surrounding it, Elder, Dempster & Co. placed an order for a vessel of approximate 11,000 deadweight to run on this line between Liverpool and Canadian ports and New Orleans. Mount Royal: 1898: 1903 taken over with Beaver Line, 1914 converted to dummy battleship HMS Marlborough, 1916 sold to Admiralty converted to oil tanker renamed Rangol. If I was to go through ice and my ship was damaged, I would have pointed out to me that those were the instructions, that I was not to go into any ice, no matter how thin.” Are these the words of a cautious “company man,” or one afraid of taking a risk to become a hero in rescuing 2,200 souls? 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