The Hull Museum may have an image of the ship but it is not WWW available. The name of her captain? 3, 1904, Lonsdale launched a lifeboat under the command of first mate. Armed with six 20-pounder Armstrong guns, rigged as a fore and aft schooner, launched by Mrs. Miramar 'Charles Hocking' both advise us that on Dec. 22, 1940, while en route from Savannah, Georgia,.S.A., to Tallinn, with a general cargo, the vessel was damaged by ice, abandoned sank.
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damage in bombing at Valencia, Spain. A number of sites refer to 'lanemetres' with a value of 290. In 1875, she was on charter to Shaw Savill. It came from the ' a web site that was lost but I have found again. 23, 1941, James McCreadie in command, with 22 aboard all told including two gunners, with a cargo of coal, destined for the Isle of Wight (i.e. The source of most of the above data, is now long gone. 17, 1920 with the Pacific Fleet. In 1897, I read, the river authorities demanded the removal of the Somerton wreck. Dunlop Sons, Glasgow 100A Myrtle Holme (later Glimt) Barque War Loss 1915 Hine Bros, Maryport 100A Castle Holme Barque Stranded 1924 Hine Bros, Maryport 100A.1. 2 advises however, that an English submarine aircraft were aware of U-3 but did not try to sink her in view of the 3 Swedish seamen held captive aboard. A 1932 reference. I have previously stated here that the vessel ran aground was lost, in fog, off Kodori Ho, near Mokpo, South Korea, on that date. Ltd., via Kelvin Shipping. In Lintons list of 1863, Reay and Naisby were on the west docks and Robson, Proudfoot and Claxhough were at the next yard to the east. A snippet reference in 'Record of American and Foreign Shipping' states that. (about 116 metres or maybe 111) long. Have read no detail as to the final convoy, its routing, cargo, or other details. Mortola.A.' of Genoa, Italy, for 3,800, renamed Rosa. In 1896, the vessel was sold again,. Of interest perhaps, William France, Fenwick.