Scarborough fishing families - the Pashby family

This page features articles on this site which mention the Pashby fishing family in some way. 

A to Z listing of Famous Scarborough people

SMHC Archive File information held on the following Scarborough People (non fishing). Updated 2010 :- Florence Balgarnie Bronte sisters Beauclerk - Lord Capt Browne-Bushall Ian Carmichael Sir Richard Chomley John Cole ...

Attacks On Trawlers in Scarborough in WW2 

Attacks On Trawlers in Scarborough in WW2 It was Scarborough's fishing fleet that first felt the effects of the war as far as enemy action was concerned. Fishing was only allowed between the hours of sunrise and sunset. The first incident occu...

Cammish, Jenkinson and Sheader 

Cammish, Jenkinson and Sheader Familys A look at the electoral register in 1905-06 reveals quite a lot. If you look at certain streets within the old town then lots of the houses were taken by the fishing and seafaring families. A look at Quay...

Dennis Allen - stories from the sea 

Dennis Allen - stories from the sea This is a short extract from a book Dennis Allen wrote about his first trip to sea in 1954. The wind screaming through the rigging reached its peak as the storm hit us. Waves crashed over the decks ripping th...

History - 3

Here is the  third  "position paper" for the 2012 Harbour Research project. Corrections and additions are welcomed. The purpose of the document, with others to come, is to seek people who will undertake serious research on aspects...

Jenkinson family

Scarborough fishing families - the Jenkinson family This page features articles on this site which mention the Jenkinson fishing family in some way.  32 Sandside  My grandfather's house at 32 Sandside The following story was su...

Lives of Scarborough fishermen 

The life of Scarborough fishermen "6 of us here where our lives depended on getting the right conditions, and there was many a time when you got caught out at sea and the weather sometimes got that so bad that you could not get back into Scar...

Merrie Islington - sunk by a U-boat off Whitby 

The Merrie Islington - sunk by a U-boat off Whitby Many of the articles involved on this site involve a personal journey. They link to someones family history which has been meticulously researched. This is one such article. I was contacted by a H...

Origins of Fishermen versus Firemen Football match on Boxing Day 

Scarboroughs Fishermen versus Firemen Football match on Boxing Day Every year people congregate on the South Bay beach in Scarborough. They watch the Fishermen versus the Firemen football match and then usually move on to the Harbour quayside to w...

Radio 270 - pirate radio station off Scarborough 

Radio 270 - pirate radio station off Scarborough Most people associate pirate radio with Radio Caroline but in truth there were pirate radio stations all arouind the UK. Radio Scotland went on air on New Years Eve. Then Radio 270 intended to start...

Scarborough's Old Town and its connection to the sea 

Scarborough's Old Town and its connection to the sea Scarboroughs rich maritime heritage revolves around the Old Town. This comprises the area around the harbour and on the castle hill. The Old Town extends as far as Friargate and Scarboroughs...

Superstitions in the Scarborough fishing community

Superstitions in the Scarborough fishing community This page features articles on this site which mention the superstions in some way. The most relevant articles are placed at the top of the list. • The fishing community in Flamborough he...

Trawlers and the fishing industry - article list

Trawlers and the fishing industry This page features articles on this website which mention trawlers. Gallery - Trawlers Trawlers Gallery The Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre has a collection of over 50,000 photographs of boats &...

Videos on maritime superstitions, net mending, trawling, etc:

Videos on maritime superstitions, net mending, trawling etc: In 2012 we carried out a series of interviews with local fishermen and their families about their old maritime superstitions. Please click on the links below to take you to the Youtube v...

Witches and black cats in the Old Town in Scarborough - superstitions 

Witches and black cats in the Old Town in Scarborough - superstitions The following are quotes from old fishermen taken during our intergenerational interviews. Young children met the retired fishermen and seamen and learnt first hand how they liv...

WW2 in Scarborough - article list

Second World War in Scarborough This page features articles on this site which mention World War Two in some way.  Attacks On Trawlers in Scarborough in WW2  Attacks On Trawlers in Scarborough in WW2 It was Scarborough's fi...


Wil Pashby


At the Tunny Club



Share this article

Request our email newsletter for all our latest news and information
Contact us

01723 369361
scarboroughmaritime@yahoo.com
45 Eastborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1NH, England

We are here

Opening times

Monday
.......................
........................................................
.......................
Closed
Tuesday
.......................
........................................................
.......................
Closed
Wednesday
.......................
........................................................
.......................
11am - 4pm
Thursday
.......................
........................................................
.......................
11am - 4pm
Friday
.......................
........................................................
.......................
11am - 4pm
Saturday
.......................
........................................................
.......................
11am - 4pm
Sunday
.......................
........................................................
.......................
11am - 4pm
© SCARBOROUGH MARITIME HERITAGE CENTRE LIMITED
Registered charity No 1144532. Company No 06755717.