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Year of Loss within alphabetic Location (695 wrecks)

 
Ballyconnell to Trawbreaga Bay

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BALLYCONNELL
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1830
SALADINBELFAST SAIL VESSEL - 462 tonsPASSENGERSBELFAST FOR CANADA
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1832

ELIZALIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOR BALLYSHANNON
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BLOODY FORELAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1826HOPEGREENOCK FULL RIGGER - 226 tonsUNKNOWNST. VINCENT FOR GREENOCK
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1838ELEANORSAIL VESSELCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED 3 MILES EAST OF; SALTCOATS FOR SLIGO
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1851CONNAUGHT RANGERIRON SCREW STEAMERWEDGEWOOD CHINA2 MILES SOUTH AT BUNANINVER; SLIGO FOR LIVERPOOL
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1886FIREFLYBALLINA STEAM YACHT - 26 tonsBALLASTSOUTH-EAST POINT OF OWEY ISLAND; BALLINA FOR LIVERPOOL
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1908DOSIASMACK - 20 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED ON EAST-SOUTH-EAST SIDE OF; LOUGH SWILLY FOR BALLYSADARE
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1911MARYDERRY LUGGER - 3 tonsBALLAST0.75 MILESFF BRINLACK POINT
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1940
ARANDORA STAR
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LONDON STEAMER - 15,501 tonsPRISONERS & SOLDIERSTORPEDOED BY U-47, 75 MILES WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
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1940CAPE ST. ANDREWSTEAMERUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-137, 75 MILES WEST OF,
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1940
DIPLOMAT
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LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 8,240 TONS4,484 TONS RAW COTTON, 4,303 TONS IRON INGOTS & GENERALTORPEDOED BY U-104, 128 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF; BERMUDA FOR LIVERPOOL
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1940
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ARMED CRUISE LINER - 18,724 tons7 x 5.5 INCH AND 3 x 4 INCH DECK GUNSTORPEDOED BY U-99 ABOUT 6 MILES OFF; ON CONVOY DUTY; LIES IN 48m, 53 13N   10.40W
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1940
PLANTER
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STEAMER - 5,887 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-137 NORTH OF,
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1940SAINT GERMAINMOTOR VESSEL - 1,044 tonsPIT-PROPSTORPEDOED 75 MILES WEST OF,
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1940
STRATFORD
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LONDON TANKER - 4,753 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-137, 85 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR ARUBA
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1940VERONICASWEDISH STEAMER - 1,316 tonsIRON ORETORPEDOED 35 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF; AGUILAS FOR BARROW
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1941EMPIRE RIDGESTEAMER - 2,922 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-96, 90 MILES WEST OF,
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1941OROPESA II AUXILIARY TRANSPORT LINER - 14,118 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-96, 100 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; CAPETOWN FOR CLYDE
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1941SWEDRUMOTORSHIP - 5,379 tonsPALM OIL & TIMBERBOMBED & TORPEDOED 150 MILES WEST OF; FROM CAMEROON & GHANA
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1942
CURACOA H.M.S.
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LIGHT CRUISER - 4,290 tonsCREWSPLIT IN TWO BY THE "QUEEN MARY" 20 MILES NORTH WEST OF; BELFAST FOR NEW YORK
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1944U-710GERMAN SUBMARINE - 865 tonsCREWSUNK BY "H.M.S. BULLDOG" NORTH-WEST OF,
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1945U-636GERMAN SUBMARINE - 865 tonsCREWSUNK BY "H.M.S. BENTINCK", "H.M.S. DRURY" & "H.M.S. BAZELY" NORTH-WEST OF,
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CULDAFF BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1835
AIMWELLSAIL VESSELTIMBERSTRANDED & WRECKED; FROM ST. JOHN'S N.B.
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1874
CHRISTIANSLIGO SCHOONER - 72 tonsCOAL2 MILES WEST OF; GLASGOW FOR SLIGO
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1881
PRIDE OF ANGLESEYANGLESEY SCHOONERARTIFICIAL MANUREFROM AMLWCH
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1946

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LARGE STEAM TRAWLER - 276 tonsFISH2 MILES OFF NEAR PORTALEEN; LIES IN 28m
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DOWNINGS
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1837EMERALDBELFAST SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED
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1838JANE & THOMASLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; LIVERPOOL FOR BALLYSHANNON
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1852 DARINGSALCOMBE SCHOONERCOALDOWNINGS BAY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; CLYDE FOR ST. CROIS
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1883MEDITERRANEANABERYSTWYTH SCHOONER - 100 tonsROOFING SLATESSTRANDED & WRECKED; BANGOR FOR SLIGO
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1887JESSIE GOODWIN / JESSIE GORDONARDROSSAN BARQUE - 338 tonsCOAL & GENERALAT CARRIGART; TROON FOR LIMERICK
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1893CATHERINE ROBERTSWELSH SCHOONER - 54 tonsCOALOPPOSITE ROSAPENNA HOTEL; WORKINGTON FOR DUNFANAGHY
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1902ST. DAVOCLUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED
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1904ST. FINDONDUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
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1906ABSTAINERDUBLIN LUGGER - 19 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906CORACLEDUBLIN LUGGER - 8 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906FANAD HEADDUBLIN LUGGER - 28 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906RUBYMULROY LUGGER - 12 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906SLIEVELEAGUEDUBLIN LUGGER - 22 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906ST. AENGUSDUBLIN LUGGER - 30 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906ST. ERANDUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906ST. FRANCISDUBLIN LUGGER - 15 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906ST. JOHNDUBLIN LUGGER - 16 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906ST. MALACHYDUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906ST. MICHAELDUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906ST. MOLAISEDUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
h
1906THE BAPTISTDUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
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1907ELSIEDUBLIN LUGGER - 17 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
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1907ERRISBEGLUGGER - 17 tonsBALLASTNONE
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1907FLORA KELSOLARGANREAGH HULK - 54 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
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1907SILVERCUPFIFE LUGGER - 5 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED AT "THE HOLE"
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1907ST. MURADUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
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1908BENWAWNGALWAY LUGGER - 15 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
h
1908CYCLESDERRY LUGGER - 13 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
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1908QUEENKILKEALDY LUGGER - 6 tonsBALLASTON WRECK POINT ROCKS AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
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1908RORY OGGLUGGER - 21 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER BREALING MOORINGS
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1908ST. AMBROSEDERRY LUGGER - 30 tonsBALLASTWENT ASHORE AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
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1908ST. BRENDANSLIGO LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
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1908ST. CONNELLDUBLIN LUGGER - 16 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
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1908ST. MARKDUBLIN LUGGER - 15 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
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1908WALLFLOWERDERRY LUGGER - 30 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE AT MUCKLASS POINT AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
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1911BEN BULBENSAIL VESSEL - 33 tonsBALLASTAT MOORINGS; PROBABLY SALVAGED
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1911ST. JOHN IIDERRY SAIL VESSEL - 30 tonsBALLASTAT POINT CORMACK
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1911ST. MICHAEL IIDERRY SAIL VESSEL - 34 tonsBALLASTWRECKED AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
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1943
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GREEK FREIGHTERBULK GRAINTORPEDOED BY U-BOAT; CAME ASHOE AT LONG ROCK NORTH OF DOAGH BAY; LIES IN 25m; HALIFAX FOR LONDON
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DUNFANAGHY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1785UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK ROCKS NEAR; ST. PETERSBURG FOR DUBLIN
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1785JOHN & BETTYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK ROCKS; LEITH FOR DUBLIN
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1813ARGOLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR STOCKHOLM
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1835MARY & ANNESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1837MIRANDASAIL VESSELORANGES & LEMONSSTRANDED & WRECKED OFFSHORE; FROM GREENOCK
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1876ERINGOGREENOCK SCHOONER - 67 tonsBONE MANUREINSIDE SAND BAR; FROM DUBLIN
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1876GOLDSTREAMDERRY SCHOONER - 166 tons INDIAN CORNDOORAN ROCK; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; BOSTON FOR DONEGAL
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1886LADY BUTEABERYSTWYTH SCHOONER - 66 tonsROOFING SLATESON SAND BAR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM ABERYSTWYTH
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1890MORNING DAWNDUNFANAGY SAIL VESSEL - 1 tonBALLASTSTRANDED ON BAR
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1900
SAIL VESSELFLAGSTONESOPPOSITE HOTEL, CLOSE INSHORE; LIES IN 10m; GALWAY FOR DERRY
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1906ST. AMBROSELUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED AT PORTNABLAGH
h
1925ALGORESSTEAMER - 341 tonsFLAGSTONESAT SAND BAR, REMAINS STILL THERE
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1926HONORE EVELYNSTEAMER - 100 tonsSCRAPDUNFANAGY BAR
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1936DINASMILFORD STEAM TRAWLER - 219 tonsBALLASTSTRANED & WRECKED
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FALCARRAGH
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1878
CALEDONIACHESTER SCHOONERMEALON BALLYNESS BAR; DERRY FOR BALLYNESS
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1879
ENTERPRISEBARQUE - 194 tonsBOG ORE/OXIDEON BALLYNESS BAR; FOR LIVERPOOL
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1911

ST. ANNA SAIL VESSEL - 10 tonsUNKNOWNAT BALLYNESS
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FANAD HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1916BALTICSCHOONERKELPOFF; FOR CLYDE
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1917CHARLES ASTIEADMIRALTY TRAWLER - 295 tonsCREWMINED OFF FANAD HEAD
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1917LOBELIA II ADMIRALTY STEAM TRAWLER - 184 tonsCREWMINED OFF FANAD POINT,
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1918CASTLEBARBELFAST STEAMER - 508 tonsBAGGED GRAINOFF; GLASGOW FOR LIMERICK
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1918POMERANIANLINERUNKNOWNOFF,
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1918UB-110U-BOATCREW8 MILES NORTH OF,
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GLENGAD HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1869
ALCESTEFULL RIGGER - 676 tonsGENERALDROVE ASHORE BETWEEN CULDAFF & GLENGAD HEAD; GREENOCK FOR MAURITIUS
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1906
TERRIBLEGLENGAD SAIL VESSEL - 2 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 1.5 MILES WEST OF,
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1932

PASADENASTEAM TRAWLER - 225 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED OFF,
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GREENCASTLE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1809
LADY HILL
SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCAME ASHORE NEAR GREENCASTLE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1853
HARMONY
DERRY SCHOONER - 37 tonsCHEMICALSWRECKED AT GREENCASTLE ROCKS; LOUGH SWILLY FOR GLASGOW
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1856
KATHLEEN
PORTSMOUTH SAIL VESSEL - 216 tonsWHEATSTRANDED ON ROCKS NORTH OF; ALEXANDRIA FOR DERRY
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1893
GALLY
GREENCASTLE SMACK - 3 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & FOUNDERED
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1893
VIXEN
GREENCASTLE SMACK - 2 tonsBALLASTNEAR,
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1894
QUICKFISHING LUGGER - 15 tonsBALLASTSTRUCK CARRICK ROCK
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1905

ROB ROYGREENCASTLE CUTTER - 7 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
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GWEEDORE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1970
CAR NA MARA (BAD EDDIE)WOODEN TRAWLER x 17mBALLASTBEACHED FOR REPAIR ON MAGHERACLOGHER BEACH BUT LATER ABANDONED:REMAINS STILL VISABLE 2017
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HORN HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1739UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF McSWYNES GUN IN 100 FATHOMS
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1852ORCHARDUNKNOWN - 43 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
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1891KATE CROSBYBELFAST BARQUE - 696 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 3 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; BELFAST FOR MIRIMICHI
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1906GLENLOSSIEABERDEEN STEAM TRAWLER - 41 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 10 MILES NORTH OF; FROM DOWNINGS
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1918UNKNOWNSTEAMERMUNITIONSOFF; POSSIBLY THE "CHEROKEE"
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INISHBOFIN ISLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1832
ELEANORSAIL VESSELCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED IN BAY; SALTCOATES FOR SLIGO
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1866
TARTARBRIG - 67 tonsKELPSUNK AT MOORINGS
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1880

BLUE JACKETYAWL- 12 tonsBALLASTFOR RAMELTON
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INISHDOOEY ISLAND (INISHDOVEY ISLAND)
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1940
STOLWIJK
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DUTCH FREIGHTER - 2,489 tonsROOLS OF NEWSPRINT PAPER & STEEL SHEETSRAN AGROUND ON N.W. SIDE OF; NEWFOUNDLAND FOR GLASGOW
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1942 LOCH RYANDUTCH AUXILARY 3 MASTED STEEL SCHOONER - 200 tonsBALLASTRAN ASHORE ON NORTH SIDE OF; BUNBEG FOR SHEEPHAVEN
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INISHOWEN HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1786UNKNOWNNEWRY SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED
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1791BARCLAYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT INISHOWEN HEAD; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1821INDEFATIGABLESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; ST. JOHNS N.B. FOR LONDON
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1834BEESLOOPUNKNOWNAT BAR MOUTH
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1841JAMES COOKESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF; SLIGO FOR GLASGOW
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1850BUSYCOASTERUNKNOWNAT BAR MOUTH
-
1856KATHLEENBRIGWHEATNONE
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1873MACLELLANSSMACKCOALTROON FOR L'DERRY
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1876NAPOLEONABERYSTWYTH SCHOONER - 4 tonsOATSDERRY FOR GLOUCESTER
h
1895DRTADBEAUMARIS SCHOONER - 52 tonsFERTILISERNEAR; BELFAST FOR COLERAINE
h
1900LADY ARTHUR HILLBELFAST IRON STEAMER - 275 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED AT BAR MOUTH; NEWPORT FOR DERRY
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1900MARIABRIGANTINECOALAT BAR MOUTH
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1901GEORGE 4THSCHOONER - 99 tonsMANUREAT BAR MOUTH
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1922STRAMORESTEAMER - 394 tonsMAIZESTRUCK ROCK & FOUNDERED 10 MILES WEST OF; BELFAST FOR SLIGO
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1942UNKNOWN B17 AIRCRAFT CREWOFF; HAS BEEN DIVED
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1943THE MELTIN POTB17 FLYING FORTRESS CREWOFF; ON MAIDEN FLIGHT; HAS BEEN DIVED
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INISHTRAHULL
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1819CASTORSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR LIGHTHOUSE; LIVERPOOL FOR DANZIG
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1835BROTHERSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED; GALWAY FOR BELFAST
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1835ISABELLAMULROY BARQUEUNKNOWNIN CANYON NEAR GULL ISLAND IN 30M.
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1837GREENOCKGREENOCK SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; CARGO PART SALVAGED; QUEBEC FOR HULL
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1841UNKNOWNFISHING YAWLFISHNONE
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1849ORIONNOVA SCOTIA SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF LIGHTHOUSE; GALWAY FOR BELFAST
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1850AGNESGLASGOW SCHOONER - 98 tonsGENERAL, BAGGED FLOUR & MEALRAN ASHORE ON SOUTH WEST CORNER; GLASGOW FOR BELMULLET
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1870AGNES LOVATTBARQUE - 679 tonsDEALFROM ST. JOHNS
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1870AMITYSMACK - 49 tonsBALLAST8 MILES EAST OF; LOUGH SWILLY FOR THE ROSSES
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1870
CAMBRIA
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IRON STEAMER - 1,997 tonsPASSENGERS & GENERALPOSSIBLY SUNK NEARER RATHLIN ISLAND; NEW YORK FOR DERRY
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1883IRISGLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 276 tons300 TONS CARGO & PASSENGERSIN GULLY 1 MILE EAST OF LIGHTHOUSE; GLASGOW FOR SLIGO
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1886LESLIEGLASGOW SCHOONER - 58 tonsCOALRAN ONTO TOR BEG ROCKS; IRVINE FOR KILLYBEGS
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1890ADALIVERPOOL IRON STEAMER - 59 tonsBOG OREAT TOR BEG; BALLINA FOR CLYDE
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1904VENERABLECAERNARFON 2 MASTED KETCH - 68 tonsCOAL4 MILES NORTH NORTH-WEST OF GLENGAD HEAD; SILOTH FOR RAMELTON
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1917ANCHUSA H.M.S.              NAVAL FLOWER CLASS SLOOP - 1,290 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-54, 12 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
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1917ASHEIMNORWEGIAN STEEL BARQUE - 2,147 tonsBALLASTSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 30 MILES OFF; DUBLIN FOR NEW YORK
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1917ATHENIAGLASGOW 4 MASTED ARMED LINER - 8,668 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-53, 7 MILES NORTH OF; MONTREAL FOR GLASGOW
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1917BARNSLEYGRIMSBY STEAM TRAWLER - 144 tonsBALLASTSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 13 MILES NORTH OF,
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1917
CARTHAGINIAN
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GLASGOW ARMED LINER - 4,444 tonsGENERALMINED BY U-79, 2.5 MILES NORTH-WEST OF LIGHTHOUSE; CLYDE FOR MONTREAL
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1917EARL OF DUNRAVENDERRY PADDLE STEAMER - 174 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 6 MILES WEST NORTH-WEST OF; HAS BEEN DIVED; LOUGH SWILLY FOR BELFAST
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1917GLADYSFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 275 tonsBALLASTSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 40 MILES NORTH-WEST BY NORTH OF,
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1917KENMORELIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 3,919 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-53, 30 MILES NORTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
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1917LUCYFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 280 tonsBALLASTSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 42 MILES NORTH-WEST BY NORTH OF,
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1917NORLINAAMERICAN STEAMER - 4,596 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 180 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
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1917STAR OF THE SEAABERDEEN STEAM TRAWLER - 197 tonsBALLASTSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 43 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF,
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1918AURANIAARMED STEAMER - 13,936 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 15 MILES NORTH ½ WEST OF,
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1918
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WEST HARTLEPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 1,949 tons1,929 TONS COAL & GENERALTORPEDOED BY U-110, 4 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-EAST OF; HAS BEEN DIVED; LIES IN 33m; GREENOCK FOR LOUGH SWILLY
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1918
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LIVERPOOL PASSENGER LINER - 32,234 tonsTROOPSTORPEDOED BY UB-64, 16 MILES NORTH WEST OF,
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1918MYRTLE BRANCHSUNDERLAND ARMED STEAMER - 3,741 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY UB-73, 9 MILES NORTH EAST BY NORTH OF; CORONEL FOR LIVERPOOL
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1918UB-109U-BOATCREWSCUTTLED BETWEEN INISHTRAHULL & MAINLAND
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INISHTRAHULL continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1922STRANMORESTEAMERMAIZENEAR THE SOUND OF
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1932PASCADENAFLEETWOOD STEEL FISHING KETCH - 225 tonsBALLAST0.75 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
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1939ATHENIAGLASGOW STEAMER - 13,581 tonsGENERAL & PASSENGERSTORPEDOED BY U-30 250 MILES WEST OF; BELFAST FOR MONTREAL
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1940
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LONDON STEAMER - 10,939 tonsGENERAL, CROCKERY, LINO, TYRES & STEEL SHEETS PLUS A LOCOMOTIVETORPEDOED BY U-57, 5.5 MILES NORTH OF; IS ON CHART, LIES IN 52m; LIVERPOOL FOR CURACOA
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1940HARZIONLONDON STEAMER - 2,508 tonsALCOHOL SPIRIT & FERTILISERTORPEDOED BY AIRPLANE 110 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR SAVANNAH
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1940LEISE MAERSKMOTORSHIP - 3,136 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 300 MILES WEST OF; THREE RIVERS FOR SHARPNESS
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1940MAASDUTCH STEAMER - 1,234 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 350 MILES WEST OF; SUNDERLAND FOR RIMOUSKI
a
1940OOTMARSUMDUTCH STEAMER - 3,628 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 300 MILES WEST OF; SYDNEY N.S. FOR NEWPORT
a
1940PACIFIC PRESIDENTMOTORSHIP - 7,113 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 550 MILES WEST OF; LEITH FOR NEW YORK
a
1940
SCOTSTOUN
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AUXILIARY LINER - 17,046 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 200 MILES WEST OF,
a
1940SIMLANORWEGIAN STEAMER - 6,031 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 600 MILES WEST OF; PHILADELPHIA FOR RIVER TEES
a
1940TASSOSTEAMER - 1,586 tonsGREENHEART LOGSTORPEDOED 450 MILES WEST OF; DEMERARA FOR OBAN
a
1940TORINIAMOTOR TANKER - 10,364 tons13,815 TONS FUEL OILTORPEDOED 400 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF; CURACAO FOR THE CLYDE
a
1941BRITISH PRINCE CARGO STEAMER -7,939 tonsUNKNOWNAERIAL TORPEDOE DROPPED BY FW CONDOR 200 MILES NORTH-WEST OF
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1941CALABRIASWEDISH STEAMER - 1,277 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-141, 100 MILES BY 280 DEGREES NORTH OF,
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1941
NERISSA
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STEAMER - 5,583 tonsPASSENGERS & GENERALTORPEDOED 200 MILES WEST OF; HALIFAX N.S. FOR LIVERPOOL
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1941TEMPLE MEADSTEAMER - 4,427 tonsGRAINBOMBED 300 MILES WEST OF, ROSARIO FOR U.K.
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1942MOSFRUITNORWEGIAN MOTORSHIP - 2,714 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 800 MILES WEST OF; ST. JOHN'S N.B. FOR LIVERPOOL
a
1942WHITE CRESTSTEAMER - 4,365 tonsCOALPOSSIBLY TORPEDOED 900 MILES WEST OF; BELFAST FOR BUENOS AIRES
a
1943INVERILENMOTOR TANKER - 9,456 tons13,000 TONS OILTORPEDOED 750 MILES WEST OF; NEW YORK FOR STANLOW
a
1943LOUISE LYKESAMERICAN STEAMER - 6,155 tons
UNKNOWN
TORPEDOED 700 MILES WEST OF; NEW YORK FOR CARDIFF
a
1943NEWTON ASHSTEAMER - 4,625 tonsGRAINTORPEDOED 700 MILES WEST OF; ST. JOHN'S N.B. FOR HULL
a
1944UNKNOWNLIBERATOR AIRCRAFTCREW500 yds. SOUTH OF,
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1945U-296GERMAN U-BOAT - TYPE VIICCREWPOSSIBLY MINED OFF,
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1945U-778GERMAN U-BOAT - TYPE VIICBALLASTFOUNDERED 11 MILES NORTH-EAST OF INNISTRAHULL LIGHT AFTER TOW PARTED; 55.32N, 07.70W; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
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1960
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GREEK MOTOR VESSEL - 10,392 tonsBALLAST1 MILE NORTH WEST AT TOR BEG; GLASGOW FOR CUBA
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KINNAGOE BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1588

TRINIDAD VALENCERAGALLEASS - 1,100 tons360 SOLDIERS & 42 GUNSPART OF SPANISH ARMADA
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LETTERKENNY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1839

EMERALDSAIL VESSEL UNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; BANGOR FOR LETTERKENNY
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LOUGH FOYLE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1839
PATRICKFISHING WHERRYBALLASTAT INCH BANK NEAR RATHMULLEN
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1839
VENUSSCHOONERWHISKEY & SUGARAT INCH BANK NEAR RATHMULLEN; CARGO PART SALVAGED
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1849
VISITORWESTPORT SAIL VESSELBALLASTAT RATHMULLEN QUAY; FROM RICHIBUCTO
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1889
SCALE DUCKDERRY SMACK - 20 tonsBALLASTAT PORTSALLAGH
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1891
MAYFLOWERSTEAM LAUNCHPASSENGERS150 METRES OFF BROOHALL LIGHT
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1893
MARY JANESTROOVE SMACK - 2 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS AT STROOVE
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1897
GAZELLETEERE SMACK - 14 tonsBALLASTAT TEERE BEACH,
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1898
BROTHERSPORTRUSH FISHING CUTTER - 3 tonsBALLASTAT ENTRANCE TO,
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1910
CASTLEBAYCOAL HULK - 195 tonsCOALAT RATHMULLAN PIER; PROBABLY SALVAGED
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1912
HOPESMACK- 10 tonsBALLASTAT BELLS PINT, RATHMULLAN
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1945
U-1003GERMAN U-BOATCREWIN COLLISION WITH "NEW GLASGOW" OFF,
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1945
U-1014GERMAN U-BOAT TYPE VIIC/41CREWDEPTH CHARGED OFF,
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1950
ARANDANORWEGIAN STEAMER - 1,838 tonsUNKNOWNSTRUCK WW2 MINE
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1958

JEAN E. FISHING VESSELUNKNOWNAT RATHMULLAN
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LOUGH SWILLY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1588UNKNOWNARMADA VESSELSOLDIERSPOSITION UNKNOWN, LIES IN 30m
-
1716HOPESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
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1744HAPPYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; BARBADOS FOR LANCASTER

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1744INDIAN QUEENSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; BARBADOS FOR LANCASTER
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1803LOVELY CRUIZERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCAME ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; LIMERICK FOR GREENOCK
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1811ACTIVESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFFSHORE; GALWAY FOR RAMELTON
f h i
1811ALEXANDERBRIGUNKNOWNNEAR,
f h i
1811ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; BELFAST FOR AMELIA ISLANDS
f h
1811PALLASNEW YORK SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE ON INCH ISLAND; FROM NEW YORK
f h
1811
BATTLESHIP 5TH RATE - 958 tons200 TROOPS & 38 GUNSHIT SWILLY MORE ROCK, STOKER BAY
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1811TRIALLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNGLASGOW FOR DUBLIN
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1816LADY CATHCARTSHIELDS SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; DUNDALK FOR NORWAY
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1816MARY ANNESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; ROUNDSTONE FOR DUBLIN
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1817GOLDEN FLEECESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON SWILLY ROCKS; BANGOR FOR LONDON
f j
1821MARTHASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1832FAMESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCAUGHT FIRE & FOUNDERED OFF DUNAFF HEAD
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1832UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF DUNAFF HEAD
f
1833BILLOWDERRY SAIL VESSEL - 199 tonsTIMBERSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; FROM ST. JOHN'S N.B.
f h
1839VENUSGLASGOW SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT FAHON
f
1839WILLIAM THE FOURTHTRALEE BRIGOATSAT BUNCRANA IN 'THE BIG WIND'; FOR LIVERPOOL
f j
1840ALBIONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWRECKED NEAR RAMELTON; FROM SALTCOATES
f h k
1840EMERALDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; FOR DERRY
f h k
1850MARSBALLYCASTLE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED OFF,
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1854FANNYGREENOCK SMACK - 27 tonsKELPOFFSHORE
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1856AUGUSTA JESSIEUNKNOWN - 382 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
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1860AUNT MARYBARQUE - 385 tonsUNKNOWNDRIFTED ASHORE AT DUNAFF HEAD; SUNDERLAND FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
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1865EVERSTINEBARQUE - 1,048 tonsCOALON SWILLY ROCKS; GREENOCK FOR QUEBEC
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1873ABEONALIVERPOOL BARQUE - 297 tonsBAGGED GRAIN AND FLOURSTRUCK BY "SS ALABAMA" 6 MILES OFF THE MOUTH OF,
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1875ERNESTINEAMERICAN BARQUE - 1,018 tonsUNKNOWNAT SWILLY MORE ROCK; GREENOCK FOR QUEBEC
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1877ELIZABETHGLASGOW SCHOONER - 57 tonsINDIAN CORN AT BURNFOOT; DERRY FOR RAMELTON
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1877HARRIETTDERRY SCHOONER - 67 tonsCOAL1 MILE NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF DUNREE HEAD; WORKINGTON FOR RATHMULLEN
f h
1878STAR OF THE SEASAIL VESSEL - 66 tonsWHEATNEAR RATHMULLAN; NEWRY FOR WESTPORT
f h j
1881BEECASTLETOWN DANDY - 36 tonsKELPNEAR FANAD LIGHTHOUSE; LARNE FOR DUNFANAGHY
f h j
1881MILFORDLANCASTER SMACK - 36 tonsUNKNOWNAT KNOCKALLEN; OTHER SOURCE SAYS NAME IS "MELFORT"; BELFAST FOR MULROY
f h j
1882FREDCARDIFF SCHOONER - 78 tonsCOALNEAR COASTGUARD STATION AT MOVILLE; ARDROSSAN FOR KILLYBEGS
f h j
1882OCEAN CHILDBELFAST SCHOONER - 51 tonsCOALOFF RATHMULLAN; AYR FOR ARDROSSAN
f h j
1894BONNIE ELIZACUTTER - 12 tonsBALLASTDRIVEN ASHORE & WRECKED AT FAHAN BEACH
f h
1894LENOREDERRY CUTTER - 4 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF DUNREE LIGHTHOUSE
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1894 ROB ROYDROMORE LUGGER - 10 tonsSANDFOUNDERED; BUNCRANA FOR LETTERKENNY
f h j
1896TEES PACKETDUBLIN SCHOONER - 49 tonsVEGETABLESAT FARMERS ROCK; RAMELTON FOR CARDIGAN
f h j
1899ELIZABETHSAIL VESSEL - 87 tonsUNKNOWNRIVER SWILLY, NEAR LETTERKENNY
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1902DUKEGUERNSEY IRON KETCH - 68 tonsCOALHIT SWILLY MORE ROCK; OTHER SOURCES SAY 1904; BOWLING FOR KINVARRA
f h
1903HEATHER BELLBANFF LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR DUNAFF HEAD
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1904WILLIAMINAFRASERBURGH CUTTER - 5 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & WRECKED
f h
1905EMILIE MARIENORWEGIAN BARQUE - 580 tonsCOALBELOW PORT SALON HOTEL; GREENOCK FOR BARBADOS
f h i
1908RINGADOVELUGGER - 18 tonsBALLASTIN BUNCRANA BAY
f
1909HANDSOME JANEBUNCRANA KETCH - 6 tonsBALLASTOFF BUNCRANA PIER
f h
1910HELENAHULK - 118 tonsCOALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION
f
1910MONICACOLERAINE STEAM TRAWLER - 31 tonsBALLASTCAUGHT FIRE & SANK AT MOORINGS
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1913PASSING CLOUDDERRY SAIL VESSEL - 4 tonsBALLASTIN DOAGH BAY
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1914
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BATTLESHIP - 23,000 tonsCREWMINED 17 MILES NORTH BY 0.25 WEST OF, LIES IN  66m
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YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1917
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LIVERPOOL LINER - 14,950 tonsGOLDMOUTH OF; LIES IN 42m; FOR HALIFAX N.S.
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1918

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ADMIRALTY "Q-SHIP" - 2,095 tons1 x 4 INCH GUN, 2 x 12 POUNDERS, 1 x HOWITZER, 2 x MAXIMS, 2 x TORPEDO TUBES TORPEDOED BY U-44; SANK EVENTUALLY OFF BUNCRANA
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1918NATHANIEL COLEADMIRALTY STEAM TRAWLER - 275 tons1 x 12 POUNDER GUNFOUNDERED OFF BUNCRANA
f h j
1918STRATHMOREADMIRALTY DRIFTER - 56 tonsUNKNOWNCAUGHT FIRE OFF BUNCRANA
f h j
1923UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNLIES IN 6 FATHOMS BETWEEN CASTLE AND FORT
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1924
STOCKTON IRON STEAMER - 220 tonsGRANITE BLOCKS AT BUNCRANA
f g i k
1940UNKNOWNBRISTOL BLENHEIM AIRCRAFTCREWOFF BUNCRANA
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1941
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NAVAL TUG - 700 tonsCREWDROVE ASHORE AT BLUICK ROCK
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1941PANDIONCARGO STEAMER - 1,944 tonsUNKNOWNAT SWILLY ROCKS; BROKE IN TWO; BELL RECOVERED; TYNE FOR LEIXOES
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1944LCTTANK LANDING CRAFTBALLASTOFF DUNREE; LIES IN 20M.
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1946UNKNOWNGERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSCUTTLED AS PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1995MARIA ANGELIQUEFRENCH TRAWLERFISHSTRUCK ROCKS AT ENTRANCE OF,
f h i
 
 
MALIN HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1602DOVEDANISH SAIL VESSELSTOCK FISH, LING & CODAT MALIN
f k
1765OTHELLOSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED
h k
1810BALTICSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM NEW BRUNSWICK
f h i
1810HAZARDLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCARGO PART SALVAGED; NEWFOUNDLAND FOR LIVERPOOL
f h i
1810UNKNOWNWEST INDIAMANUNKNOWNNEAR,
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1816GEORGESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; LIMERICK FOR SLIGO
f h i k
1825CAROLINELIMERICK SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN KELUART BAY; CARGO PART SALVAGED; FROM LIVERPOOL
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1840MARYBRIGTOBACCO & GINAT GLENAGIVNEY; LURED ASHORE
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1852ANN FALCONWORKINGTON BRIGANTINE - 108 tons140 TONS OATSRAN AGROUND NEAR MALIN HEAD AT ISLE OF DOAGH; LIMERICK FOR GLASGOW
f j
1852DONEGALBRIG - 180 tonsUNKNOWNAT INIS DOAGH; LIMERICK FOR GLASGOW
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1854LADY OCTAVIABRIG - 199 tonsBRAZILIAN SUGARHIT ROCKS; PERNAMBUCO FOR GREENOCK
f h j
1883ELIZABETHBELFAST SMACK - 18 tonsROOFING SLATES STRANDED NEAR; BALLYWALTER FOR GLASGOW
f h j
1885PATHFINDERDIGBY BRIG - 396 tonsBALLASTAT TOR ROCKS; DUNDALK FOR CAPE BRETON
f h i
1890ELIZABETHSCHOONER - 70 tonsCOALIN MALIN BAY; IRVINE FOR KILLYBEGS
f j
1891ADA STEAM COASTERUNKNOWNAT DOHERTY ROCKS, NORTH-WEST OF GARVIN ISLES
-
1893
A.C. BEAN
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AMERICAN BARQUE - 533 tonsTIMBER LATHESPOUNDED ONTO ROCKS NEAR; MIRIAMICHI FOR CLYDE
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1916ENGLISHMANLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 5,257 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-43, 30 MILES NORTH-EAST OF,
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1916SANDRUSKYSTEAMERUNKNOWNBOMBED BY U-BOAT 30 MILES NORTH-EAST OF,
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1917
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ADMIRALTY TRAWLER - 280 tonsCREWSTRUCK MINE; HAS BEEN DIVED; LIES IN 33m
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1917MAXTONSTEAMER - 5,094 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-19 NORTH OF,
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1917SANTA AMALIAARMED STEAM TANKER - 4,306 tonsPETROLIUMTORPEDOED BY U-19, 30 MILES NORTH BY EAST x ½ EAST OF,
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1917TROILUSARMED STEAMER -7,625 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED BY U-69, 140 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF,
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1918AMAZONBELFAST ARMED STEAMER - 10,337 tonsPASSENGERSTORPEDOED BY U-110, 30 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BUENOS AIRES
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1918ATLANTIC SUNAMERICAN STEAMER - 2.333 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED OFF,
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1918
RACOON H.M.S.
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DESTROYER - 920 tonsCREWHIT McKERRIGAN'S ROCK IN SNOW STORM AT GARVAN ISLES  OFF,
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1918
GERMAN SUBMARINE - 998 tonsCREWCUT IN TWO BY "H.M.S. ROXBURGH" NORTH OF,
f h
1918U-110GERMAN SUBMARINE - 1,000 tonsCREWDEPTH-CHARGED NORTH-WEST OF,
f h
1935VARDULIASTEAMER - 5,735 tonsCOAL & GENERALFOUNDERED 700 MILES WEST OF,
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1940BOMA (BOKA) STEAMER - 4,586 tonsCOALTORPEDOED BY U-56, 35 MILES NORTH OF; CARDIFF FOR LAGOS
f h
1940CITY OF SIMLASTEAMER - 10,138 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-138, 50 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; CARDIFF FOR LAGOS
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1940EMPIRE ADVENTURESTEAMER - 5,145 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED 35 MILES NORTH OF,
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1940EMPIRE AIRMANSTEAMER - 6,586 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 350 MILES WEST OF; WABANA N.F.L. FOR CARDIFF
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1940GRONORWEGIAN STEAMER - 4,211 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 80 MILES WEST OF BY U-47,
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1940JOPSE DE LARRINGASTEAM DRIFTER - 84 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 80 MILES WEST OF BY U-47,
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1940NEPTUNIANSTEAMER - 5,155 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-47, 80 MILES WEST OF,
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1940NEW SEVILLALEITH TANKER - 13,801 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-138, 35 MILES NORTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR ARUBA
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1940REUBEN JAMES USSDESTROYERCREWTORPEDOED BY U-57, 30 MILES NORTH OF,
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1940
TRANSYLVANIA
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ARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 16,923 tons8 x 6 INCH DECK GUNSTORPEDOED BY U-56 OFFSHORE
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1941
BENVORLICH
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STEAMER - 5,193 tonsUNKNOWNBOMBED & SUNK WEST OF; MIDDLESBOROUGH FOR FAR EAST,
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1941GRELROSASTEAMER - 4,574 tonsUNKNOWNBOMBED 400 MILES WEST OF; NEW YORK FOR TYNE
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1941NORFOLKLINER - 10,948 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 150 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF; NEWPORT FOR NEW YORK
a
1942UNKNOWNCATALINA FLYING BOATCREW1.5 MILES WEST OF,
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1944
JACKSONVILLE
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AMERICAN TANKER - 10,448 tons141,000 BARRELS OF 80 OCTANE GASOLINE12 MILES NORTH OF; NEW YORK FOR LOCH EWE
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1945U-1014GERMAN SUBMARINE - 865 tonsCREWSUNK BY "H.M.S. LOCH SCAVAIG", "H.M.S. NYASALAND" & "H.M.S. PAPUA" EAST OF,
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1945U-1017GERMAN U-BOATCREWDEPTH CHARGED BY AIRCRAFT OFF,
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1946
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GERMAN TYPE XX2 SUBMARINEBALLASTSUNK AS PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT2
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1987BOY SEANTRAWLERFISH1 MILE OFF, LIES IN 60m
j
1989RATHCORMAC (RATH CHORMAICH)DOWNINGS WOODEN BIM TRAWLER - 50ft.FISHOFF; SANK WHILE UNDER TOW
f j m
1997FATHER BRENDAN FISHING VESSEL BALLAST25 MILES NORTH-EAST OF,
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MELMORE HEAD
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1913PROGRESSTRAWLERFISHHIT LIMEBURNER ROCK
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1913
PROMINENT
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INVERNESS STEEL STEAM FISHING DRIFTER - 93 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF LIMEBURNER ROCK
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1952
DIESEL BARQUENTINE - 224 tonsSILICA SAND STRUCK FRENCHMAN'S ROCK; LIES IN 23m; ARDS OF DONEGAL FOR GARSTON
c f j
 
 
MOVILLE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1800
SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCAUGHT FIRE; LIES IN 10m
i j
1816OPREISNINGSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; DRONDHEIM FOR DERRY
f h i
1822MARYLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM LIVERPOOL
f h i
1852ARENDUIADUTCH SCHOONER - 160 tonsINDIAN CORNDRIVEN ASHORE & WRECKED; IBRAILA FOR DERRY
h
1852HOPESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN BAY
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1875SEALERSAIL VESSEL - 93 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
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1880SARAHPORT WILLIAM SCHOONERGENERALCAME ASHORE; DERRY FOR BURTON PORT
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1882WOOLTONLIVERPOOL BRIG - 194 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; NEWCASTLE FOR KINGSTON
f h j
1886ROYCROFTST. JOHN N.B. BARQUE - 619 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; DERRY FOR ST. JOHN N.B.
f h
1893ELIZA ANNMOVILLE CUTTER - 2 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & SANK OFF WEST SIDE OF PIER
f h
1893PETRELMOVILLE YACHT - 2 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF PIER
f h
1894BLACK DUCKFISHING CUTTERBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
f h
1896COCKMOVILLE SMACK - 2 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS NEAR,
f h
1941UNKNOWNSPITFIRE AIRCRAFTPILOT3.5 MILES NORTH OF AT GLENSHINNY,
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MULROY BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1797
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBETWEEN MULROY BAY & LOUGH SWILLY
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1873
ST. FERGUSWICKLOW SCHOONERUNKNOWNAT ENTRANCE TO,
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1909
ST. MALACHY II DERRY LUGGER - 32 tonsBALLASTDRIVEN ASHORE AT KNOX'S HOLE; PROBABLY SALVAGED
f h

1981

CEOL MORGLASGOW MOTOR VESSEL - 394 tonsWHEATLIVERPOOL FOR LILFORD HAVEN
h
 
 
REDCASTLE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1852ANNASAIL VESSELWHEATDANUBE FOR DERRY
f i
1852ARENDINASAIL VESSELWHEATDANUBE FOR DERRY
f i
1852HERMANSAIL VESSELWHEATDANUBE FOR DERRY
f i
 
 
ROCKALL
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1812LEONIDASSURVEY VESSELCREWON HELEN'S REEF
f
1824HELENDUNDEE BRIGANTINE UNKNOWNON HELEN'S REEF AT HASSELWOOD ROCK; BOUND FOR QUEBEC
f j
1904
NORGE
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STEAMER - 3,318 tons700 EMIGRANTSON HELEN'S REEF, 517 LOST; COPENHAGEN FOR NEW YORK
f j
1940SITALAMOTOR TANKER - 6,218 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED 150 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF,
f
 
 
SHEEPHAVEN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1757
AURORASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNMARYLAND FOR LIVERPOOL
h
1771
UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR,
f h k
1788
WILLIAMDOUGLAS SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN
f h i
1808
JOHNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED; LIVERPOOL FOR GALWAY
f h i
1822
DUKE OF WELLINGTONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; LIVERPOOL FOR WESTPORT
f
1824
BOULTONSAIL VESSELSUGAR, WINE & COTTONWENT ASHORE; BARBADOS FOR CORK
f h i
1826
BARTLEYBRIG UNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; RIGA FOR DERRY
f h i
1835
VINESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNARDROSSAN FOR SLIGO
f
1854
EFFORTSLIGO SMACK - 49 tonsBARLEYCARGO PART SALVAGED; SLIGO FOR GLASGOW
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1873
UNKNOWN x 2SAIL VESSELSUNKNOWNNONE
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1897

ECLIPSEDUBLIN SCHOONER - 67 tonsMANURESTRANDED & WRECKED IN ARDS BAY; CORK FOR DUNFANAGHY
f h j
1898
EDEL CATHERINEBELFAST SCHOONER - 68 tonsCOALCHAMPION SANDS, NEAR ARDS; GARSTON FOR ARDS
f h j
1902
MARIE CELESTEDONEGAL SAIL VESSELFLAGSTONESON TRAMORE STRAND; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM KILRUSH
f
1903
ST. EAWANDOWNINGS LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED WEST OF BREAGHY HEAD
f h
1904
KELPINCREESLOUGH YACHT - 2 tonsBALLASTTOTAL LOSS ON TRAMORE STRAND
h
1905
ELLENDOWNINGS SAIL CURRAGH - 1 tonBALLASTAT MASLACK
f h
1908
DUNCAP HEADDERRY LUGGER - 30 tonsBALLASTAT MUSLACK POINT AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
f h
1908
DUNDONNELL HEADDERRY LUGGER - 31 tonsBALLASTON CLONMASS STRAND ROCKS
f h
1908
ST. ANDREWLUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
h
1908
ST. ANTHONYDUBLIN LUGGER - 13 tonsBALLASTAT TRAMORE STRAND AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
h
1908
ST. BERNARDDUBLIN LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS NEAR,
f h
1908
ST. COLUMBADUBLIN LUGGER - 15 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
f h
1910
ERRIGALLUGGER - 11 tonsBALLASTAT TRAMORE BAY AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
f h
1989
SAOIRSEUNKNOWNUNKNOWNIN BAY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
f
 
 
TORY ISLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1744JAMAICA MERCHANTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE IN TORY BAY; BARBADOS FOR LIVERPOOL
f h k l
1747JOHN & MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; MARYLAND FOR LIVERPOOL
f h i
1747WHITEHAVEN H.M.S. ROYAL NAVY FRIGATE14 CARRIAGE MOUNTED CANNONABANDONED AFTER CAUGHT FIRE & EXPLODED OFF
f h j
1798SPECULATIONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOPPORTO FOR SLIGO
f h j
1801OCEANFULL RIGGER4 x 6 POUNDER, 2 x 4 POUNDER CANNONSTRUCK BY LIGHTNING 10 LEAGUES WEST OF; THE CLYDE FOR DEMERARA
h
1809ESTHERLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELGUNPOWDEREXPLODED NEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR QUEBEC
f h
1810CARLTONSMACKUNKNOWNLOUGH SWILLY FOR LIVERPOOL
h
1811BELFASTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE; CARGO PART SALVAGED; FROM BELFAST
f h i k
1811LIVERPOOL PACKETSAIL VESSELPASSENGERSOFFSHORE; BELFAST FOR CHARLESTON
h
1811SUCCESSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; GREENOCK FOR LIMERICK
h
1813MARYLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSLIGO FOR LIVERPOOL
f h i
1816MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIMERICK FOR LIVERPOOL
f h i
1821NEREUSGREENOCK SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM MIRAMICHI
h
1822UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWRECKAGE WASHED ASHORE
f h i
1825SALLYMARYPORT SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON ISLAND OF FEROY?? KILLALA FOR LIVERPOOL
f h i
1826CERESCORK SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIMERICK FOR LIVERPOOL
h
1828STRABGLASGOW SAIL VESSEL - 153 tonsUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE & WRECKED
f h i
1833HAZARDGREENOCK BARQUE - 79 tonsUNKNOWNBALLINA FOR LIVERPOOL
f h i k
1833OSPREYGREENOCK SAIL VESSEL - 320 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED WRECKED IN SOUND; CLYDE FOR WESTPORT
f h j k
1833SPRAYGREENOCK SAIL VESSEL - 320 tonsUNKNOWNIN TORY SOUND
f i
1842MOUNTAGNAISEBELFAST SCHOONERBARLEYRAN ASHORE AT LIGHTHOUSE
f h k
1846JOHN LLOYDBELFAST SCHOONERUNKNOWNFOUNDERED 10 MILES OFF; FOR THE CLYDE
h
1847MAID OF THE MILLSAIL SHIPEMIGRANTSOFF,
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1847SIRIONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIFTED ASHORE
f
1849PEACESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR SLIGO
f
1851ISABELLABELFAST SAIL VESSELOATSPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; SLIGO FOR LIVERPOOL
f h j
1853CHESTERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDERELICT, MOSTLY SALVAGED
f j
1853ORCHARDMARYPORT SCHOONER - 43 tonsBALLASTRAN ASHORE ON WEST SIDE OF; LETTERKENNY FOR TORY
f h
1853PURSUITSLIGO BRIG - 80 tonsCOALFOUNDERED OFFSHORE; GLASGOW FOR LIMERICK
h
1853SISTERSDUMFRIES SLOOPFLOURTOWED INTO TORY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
f
1860HOPECOASTAL SAILERUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE; OTHER SOURCE SAYS INNISTRAHUL
f
1862ARIELSLOOPUNKNOWNFOR THE CLYDE
f
1866LAVINIAQUEBEC SCHOONER TIMBERDERELICT - DRIFTED ASHORE ON NORTH SIDE
f h
1868CONFIDENCEBARQUE - 850 tonsCOALOFF; TROON FOR HAVANNA
f
1870CARLETONFULL RIGGERUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1872BRITANNIASCHOONERKELPBROADHAVEN FOR GLASGOW
f
1874FAIRHOLM / FAIR HOLLANDGLASGOW CARGO STEAMER - 196 tonsCOALSTRUCK REEF ON SOUTH-EAST SIDE OF; LIES IN 4 FATHOMS
a f j
1876ROSEIPSWICH SINGLE MASTED SMACK - 41 tonsPOTATOESNORTH-WEST END NEAR LIGHTHOUSE; BALLYSHANNON FOR PLYMOUTH
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YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1877POLLYMARYPORT BRIGANTINE - 140 tonsCOAL14 MILES NORTH-WEST BY NORTH HALF WEST OF; MARYPORT FOR SLIGO
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1879AUGUSTABRISTOL 3 MASTED IRON CARGO STEAMER - 278 tonsBALLASTON TOW BETWEEN LIGHTHOUSE & WEST TOWN; SLIGO FOR BELFAST
f h j
1879CHRYSOLITESCHOONER - 54 tonsBALLASTRAN AGROUND
f
1879FLYING HURRICANECLYDE PADDLE TUG - 17 tonsCREWRAN AGROUND BETWEEN LIGHTHOUSE & WEST TOWN; SLIGO FOR GLASGOW
f h j
1882ROTHESAYSCHOONERUNKNOWNRAN AGROUND ON SOUTH-EAST END OF,
-
1884
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STEAM GUNBOAT - 465 tonsCREWAT 'AN FEADAN' UNDER LIGHTHOUSE; WESTPORT FOR MOVILLE; REPLACED BY A GUNBOAT OF THE SAME NAME
a f h j 13
1886JACINTHGLASGOW SCHOONER - 100 tonsRAILWAY SLEEPERSSLIGO FOR WIDNES
f h j
1886PRESS HOMEBANFF SCHOONER - 99 tonsBALLASTRAN ASHORE; BALLYSHANNON FOR LIVERPOOL
f j
1886CHESTNUTSAIL VESSELTIMBERIN LOCH DOIRE; FROM ST. JOHN'S
f j
1889ELIZABETH RAYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT SCOILT NELL
f j
1890ELIZABETH ROYARBROTH BARQUE - 223 tonsEMPTY CASKS & PASSENGERSSOUTH EAST END OF; GALWAY FOR ARDROSSAN
f h
1893QUEEN OF THE SEASAIL BARGE - 2 tonsBURNT LIME, BAGGED FLOUR & PASSENGERSSTRANDED & WRECKED; BALLYNESS FOR TORY
f h j
1894GARNOCKAYR STEAMERCOALWRECKAGE CAME ASHORE AT BURTONPORT
f
1902CLOUGHMORENEWRY STEAMER - 172 tonsGRAIN & PASSENGERS12 MILES WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR GALWAY
f h
1902ROTHESAYGREENOCK SCHOONER - 79 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED; DONEGAL FOR RATHMULLAN
f h j
1914MANCHESTER COMMERCEMANCHESTER STEAMER - 5,363 tonsGENERALMINED 20 MILES NORTH BY 0.25 EAST OF; MANCHESTER FOR QUEBEC
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1914TRITONIAGLASGOW STEAMER - 4,272 tonsUNKNOWNMINED 22 MILES NORTH NORTH-EAST OF,
f h j
1915BEDOUINARMED STEAM TRAWLER - 188 tonsCREWMINED OFFSHORE
f h
1915CAPRIVINORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,932 tonsUNKNOWNMINED 16 MILES NORTH NORTH-WEST OF; BALTIMORE FOR KRISTIANIA
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1915
VIKNOR
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US ARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 5,386 tonsCREWMINED 15 MILES NORTH NORTH-EAST OF,
a h j
1916CABOTIASTEAMER - 4,309 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED & SUNK BY U-BOAT, 120 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1916FILEYNAVAL TRAWLER - 226 tonsCREWAT CAMUSMORE BAY
f j
1917ABURISOUTH AFRICAN ARMED STEAMER - 3,730 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-61, 125 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917AFRICAN PRINCEARMED STEAMER - 4,916 tonsUNKNOWNTORPDOED BY U-66, 60 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917
ALCIDES
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NORWEGIAN STEEL BARQUENTINE - 2,704 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED OFF
f
1917AMUKURAARMED STEAMER - 2,316 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 180 MILES NORTH-WEST x ½ WEST OF,
f
1917AMULREELONDON STEEL BARQUE - 1,445 tonsCOALSUNK BY UB-50, 50 MILES NORTH BY EAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BRAZIL
f h
1917ARGALIALONDON ARMED STEAMER - 4,641 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-94 81 MILES NORTH-WEST BY ¾ WEST OF; USA FOR GLASGOW
f h
1917ARMADALEARMED STEAMER - 6,153 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-60 160 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917
ASSYRIAGLASGOW ARMED STEAMER - 6,370 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY UB-61, 34 MILES NORTH WEST BY NORTH ½ NORTH OF; GLASGOW FOR NEW YORK
f h
1917BARON OGILVYARMED STEAMER - 4,570 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-93 172 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917BELGIAN PRINCEARMED STEAMER - 4,765 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-55 175 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF,
f
1917BULLMOUTHARMED STEAMER - 4,018 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-58, 125 MILES NORTH-WEST x NORTH OF,
f
1917CASTILLIANARMED STEAMER - 1,923 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-61, 110 MILES NORTH-WEST x 1/2 MILE WEST OF,
f
1917CITY OF BARODALIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 5,054 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY UC-53, 90 MILES NORTH-WEST x ½ NORTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR CALCUTTA
a f h
1917CORONDACARGO STEAMER - 2,733 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 180 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
a f
1917
CUYAHOGAGREENOCK TANKER - 4,586 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED 130 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF, BY U-57; MANCHESTER FOR PHILLIPINES
f h
1917DEVONIANLIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 10,435 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-53, 20 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
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1917DROMOREARMED STEAMER - 4398 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-58, 140 MILES NORTH-WEST x NORTH OF,
f
1917DUNMORE HEADARMED STEAMER - 2,293 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-62, 135 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917ELMSGARTH

ARMED STEAMER - 3,503 tons

UNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-61, 50 MILES NORTH WEST BY ½ WEST OF,
f
1917ESNEHLIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 3,247 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-69, 190 miles NORTH-WEST x WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR ALEXANDRIA
f h
1917HAROLDBARQUE - 1,376 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 65 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST x ½ WEST OF,
a f
1917LADY PATRICIASTEAMER - 1,372 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-46 OFF,
f
1917LIVELYHOODUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
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YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1917LYNORTAARMED STEAMER - 3,684 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-94, 102 MILES NORTH-WEST x NORTH OF,
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1917MAJORENNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,747tonsOILMINED 25 MILES WEST OF; PHILADELPHIA FOR GLASGOW
f h i j
1917MALAGAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF; YEAR APPROXIMATE
j
1917 MELFORD HALLARMED STEAMER - 6,339 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-100, 95 MILES NORTH BY WEST ¾ WEST OF,
f
1917MIDDLESEXLIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 8,364 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-30, 150 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; MANCHESTER FOR AUSTRALIA
f h
1917MONICAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF; YEAR APPROXIMATE
j
1917OLDFIELD GRANGEARMED STEAMER - 4,653 tons500 TONS COPPER, 628 TONS LEADTORPEDOED BY U-62, 30 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; CARDIFF FOR NEW YORK
f
1917QUERNMORE ARMED ESCORT STEAMER - 302 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-82 160 MILES WEST BY NORTH ¾ NORTH OF,
f
1917RAMILLESARMED STEAMER - 2,935 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED BY U-58 120 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917REFUGIOARMED STEAMER - 4,313 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 115 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917ROCHESTERAMERICAN STEAMER - 2,551 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-95 300 MILES WEST OF,
f
1917ROSCOMMONLONDON ARMED STEAMER - 8,238 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-53, 20 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; MANCHESTER FOR AUSTRALIA
f h j
1917SAINT MIRRENGLASGOW STEEL BARQUE - 1,956 tonsCOAL & FUELSHELLED BY U-BOAT 45 MILES NORTH-WEST OF INISHTRAHULL
f h
1917SAINT RONALDLIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 4,387 tonsNITRATESTORPEDOED BY U-82, 95 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF; ANTOFAGASTA FOR NORFOLK
a f h
1917SAPELEARMED STEAMER - 4,366 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-104 100 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
d
1917SEBEKARMED STEAMER - 4,601 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-70, 145 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917SENATORGRIMSBY STEAM TRAWLER - 211 tonsBALLASTMINED OFFSHORE
f h
1917SERAPISSTEAMER - 1,932 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-79 106 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST ½ WEST OF,
a f
1917
SOUTHLAND
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LIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 11,899 tonsGENERALFORMERLY "SS VADERLAND"; TORPEDOED 140 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF, BY U-70; LIVERPOOL FOR PHILADELPHIA
f h 3
1917SYCAMOREARMED STEAMER - 6,550 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UB-61 125 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
a f
1917SLYVANIANARMED STEAMER - 4,858 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UC-75, 170 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917THISTLEARDARMED STEAMER - 4,136 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-82, 135 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917U-45GERMAN SUBMARINE - 940 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY HM SUBMARINE D-7 OFFSHORE
f h
1917VACUUMAMERICAN TANKER - 2,551 tonsOILTORPEDOED BY U-21 NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917VESTLEVNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 1,728 tonsTEXTILES & TIMBERBOMBED 14 MILES OFF; MOBILE FOR LIVERPOOL
f h j
1917VONINDANISH SCHOONERCOAL50 MILES WEST OF,
-
1918ARCALONDON ARMED STEAM TANKER - 4,839 tonsBENZINETORPEDOED BY U-118, 40 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF; PHILADELPHIA FOR PORTISHEAD
f h
1918BRITTANYLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 2,926 tonsGENERAL & COALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 40 MILES NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF; LIVERPOOL FOR MONTEVIDEO
f h k
1918ST. JOHNSARMED STEAM TRAWLER - 208 tons1 x 6 POUNDER GUNSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE 45 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f h
1920LATONAWICK BARQUENTINE - 286 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 17 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; WICK FOR BLACKSOD BAY
h
1921CORRIBBELFAST STEAMER - 506 tonsBALLAST0.75 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-WEST OF WEST END LIGHTHOUSE; BALLINA FOR AYR
f h j
1925LUSBYFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 280 tonsFISHSTRUCK ROCKS ON SOUTH SIDE OF,
f h j
1930WHEATPLAINLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 523 tons420 TONS OF FLOUR100 YARDS FROM PORTADOON; BIRENHEAD FOR WESTPORT
f h j
1939DAVARAFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 291 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY U-27, 21 MILES NORTH-WEST BY NORTH OF,
f h
1939DELPHINEFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 250 tonsFISHSHELLED BY U-33, 18 MILES NORTH BY EAST OF,
f e j
1939SEA SWEEPERFLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 345 tonsBALLASTSHELLED BY U-33, 30 MILES NORTH-NORTH- WEST OF,
f h j
1939THOMAS HANKINS (HAWKINS)FLEETWOOD STEAM TRAWLER - 276 tonsFISHSHELLED BY U-33, 14 MILES NORTH WEST OF,
f h j
1940BETTYSTEAMER - 2,239 tonsRICETORPEDOED BY U-59, 35 MILES OFF RATHLIN; SAIGON FOR LIVERPOOL
a f
1940BUSSUMDUTCH STEAMER - 8,636 tons5,200 TONS OF GRAINTORPEDOED 35 MILES WEST OF,
c f
1940CANTONSWEDISH FREIGHTER - 5,779 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-30 OFF,
f
1940
CARINTHIA
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ARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 20,277 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-46, 34 MILES WEST OF; LIES IN 40m
a f h i
1940FRANCES MASSEYHULL STEAMER - 4,212 tonsIRON ORE TORPEDOED BY U-48, 14 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; WABANA FOR GLASGOW
a h
1940LEUKOSIRISH STEAM TRAWLER - 216 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF; POSSIBLY SHELLED BY U-38
f h
1940
PINDOS
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GREEK STEAMER - 4,360 tonsGRAINTORPEDOED BY U-58, 25 MILES WEST-NORTH-WEST OF; BAHIA FOR AVONMOUTH
a f 1
1941BOTWEYLONDON STEAMER - 5,106 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-41, 60 MILES NORTH OF; ELLESMERE PORT FOR PORT SULPHUR
f h
1941ENGLISHMANNAVAL TUGCREWATTACHED BY AIRCRAFT 40 MILES WEST OF,
c f
1941TEMPLE HEADSTEAMERUNKNOWN50 MILES WEST OF,
-
1942UNKNOWNLIBERATOR AIRCRAFTCREW37 MILES WEST-SOUTH-WEST OF.
f
1944
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STEAM TANKER- 15,702 tons16,000 TONS OIL & SHERMAN TANKSTORPEDOED BY U-482, 15 MILES NORTH-WEST OF MALIN HEAD; HAS BEEN DIVED; LIES IN 68m; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
a b c f h j k
1944FJORDHEIMNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 4,115 tons4,000 TONS COALTORPEDOED 75 MILES NORTH WEST OF,
a f
1944HURST CASTLE H.M.S.CORVETTE - 1,010 tons100 CREWTORPEDOED BY U-482, 12 MILES NORTH OF,
a f h
1944PINTOCONVOY RESCUE MOTORSHIP - 1,346 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-482 NORTH-NORTH-EAST OF; HALIFAX FOR GREENOCK
a f h j
1944U-482GERMAN SUBMARINECREWSTRUCK A MINE BETWEEN "EMPIRE HERITAGE" & "PINTO"
f k
1947ROSCOMMONSTEAMER - 8,238 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED 20 MILES NORTH OF,
j
2003CABIN FEVERAUXILLARY KETCH"BIG BROTHER" CREW & STARSSTRUCK ROCKS; BROKE UP
f
 
 
TRAWBREAGA BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1778EBENEEZERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCARGO SALVAGED
f k
1863JANET HUNTERUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNEAR POLLIN STRAND
-
1870ANNE B. SMITHSCHOONER - 51 tonsUNKNOWNAT POLLIN STRAND; GLASGOW FOR BALLYSHANNON
f
1876DANIEL MORRISSCHOONER - 98 tonsFLOURNORTH END AT FIVE FINGERS STRAND; WISBEACH FOR SLIGO
f
1878DANUBECANADIAN BARQUE - 652 tonsBALLASTAT CARRICKABRAGHY; LIVERPOOL FOR NEW BRUNSWICK
f h j
1882MARY ANNELIVERPOOL DEEP WATER SCHOONER - 136 tonsGENERALCAME ASHORE; LIVERPOOL FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
f h
1889TWILIGHTDERRY BARQUE - 756 tonsDEALSRAN ASHORE AT FIVE FINGERS STRAND; ST. JOHN N.B. FOR DERRY
f h j
 
 
UNKNOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1799
LONDON PACKETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN TREMORE BAY??; LONDON FOR NEWRY
h
1799
THREE BROTHERSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN TREMORE BAY??; CORK FOR NEWRY
h
1802
JANE & AGNESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF NORTH COAST,
f
1808
RUBYLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON THE COAST OF; QUEBEC FOR LIVERPOOL
f h
1811
JOHN & THOMASMARYPORT SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFFSHORE; FROM MIRAMICHE
f h
1815
POST BOYSCHOONERUNKNOWNON THE COAST; HALIFAX FOR GREENOCK
f h
1816
JOHN & MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNORTH-WEST OF; GALWAY FOR LIVERPOOL
f
1825
WALLERSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
15
1833
MARIAGREENOCK SAIL VESSEL - 101 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
f
1853
LIVELYINVERNESS SLOOP - 41 tonsKELPSTRANDED & WRECKED AT INISHMEANE ISLAND; INISHMEANE FOR GLASGOW
h
1874
FAIRY QUEENIPSWICH SCHOONER - 80 tonsMANUREOFF NORTH-WEST COAST; IPSWICH FOR TRALEE
h
1910
ST. PATRICKSLIGO LUGGER - 20 tonsBALLASTSOUTH-EAST SIDE OF INISHSIRRER ISLAND??
h
1911
DERRYCLARESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1911
ST. ERANDERRY LUGGER - 29 tonsBALLASTAT INISHMEAN ISLAND
h
1911
ST. PAULDERRY LUGGER - 10 tonsBALLASTAT INISHMEAN ISLAND
h
1915
CLAN MACNAUGHTONSTEAMER - 4,984 tonsUNKNOWNMINED OFF NORTH-WEST DONEGAL
f
1915
INDRANTSTEAMER - 3,640 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED SOUTH OF SALTTES,
f
1916
ARANDASTEAMERUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1917
CEDERICNORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,344 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED OFF NORTH WEST COAST; NEW YORK FOR LIVERPOOL
a h
1917
CERESDANISH STEAMER - 1,166 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED NORTH-WEST OF,
a
1917
DURANGOSUNDERLAND STEAMER - 3,008 tonsGENERALSUNK BY GUNFIRE FROM U-53 OFFSHORE; LIVERPOOL FOR ST. JOHN N.B.
h
1917
LUCIPARAMARIEHAMN IRON BARQUE - 1,943 tonsCOAL & FUELSUNK BY U-BOAT GUNFIRE; ARDROSSAN FOR BRAZIL
h
1917
MIKELISGREEK STEAMER - 2,430 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-95 30 MILES OFF NORTH COAST; BILBAO FOR GLASGOW
f h
1917
OTWAYARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 12,077 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UC-49 IN NORTH ATLANTIC
f
1917
ROCKINGHAMSTEAMER - 4,555 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-45, 150 MILES NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1917
STINATORPEDO BOAT - 810 tonsCREWNORTH OF,
f
1917
VASARISTEAMER - 10,117 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED; POSSIBLY SURVIVED
f
1917
WINIFREDIANSTEAMER - 10,422 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED NORTH OF; POSSIBLY SURVIVED
f
1918
D-6ROYAL NAVY SUBMARINE - 550 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-73 OFF THE NORTH COAST, LIES 12 MILES OFF COAST IN 90m,
f h
1918
FLAVIALIVERPOOL ARMED STEAMER - 9,291 tonsGENERAL & ANIMALS & HORSESTORPEDOED BY U-107, 30 MILES NORTH-WEST BY WEST OF; MONTREAL FOR AVONMOUTH
f h
1918
U-124GERMAN SUBMARINE - 651 tonsCREWSCUTTLED AFTER DEPTH CHARGING OFF THE NORTH COAST
h
1918
WIDWUDRUSSIAN BRIGANTINE - 299 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-BOAT OFF NORTH WEST IRELAND; GLASSON DOCK FOR REYKJAVIK
h
1929
BIRCHOLROYAL FLEET AUXILARY VESSELCREWOFF NORTH COAST,
f
1930
CRAIG ROYUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
f
1934
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF; CARGO PLUNDERED
f
1939
INVERLIFFEYTANKER - 9,546 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK BY U-38 OFF,
f
1939
U-39GERMAN SUBMARINECREWDEPTH-CHARGED OFF,
f
1940
CASANAREARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 5,376 tonsCREWTORPEDOED BY U-99 NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1940
CITY OF LIMERICKSTEAMER - 1,359 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY AIRCRAFT OFF NORTH-WEST COAST,
f
1940
DUNDEE H.M.S.SLOOPCREWTORPEDOED BY U-48 NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1940
ELETHUNKNOWN - 368 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1940
EMPIRE CONVEYORSTEAMER - 5,911 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED OFF,
f
1940
FINGAL INORWEGIAN VESSEL - 460 tonsUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
f
1940
FRANCIS MASSEYSTEAMER - 4,212 tonsIRON ORETORPEDOED BY U-47, NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1940
JAMAICA PROGRESSLONDON STEAMER - 5,475 tonsFRUIT & NUTSTORPEDOED BY U-99, 60 MILES WEST OF TIREE; JAMAICA FOR HOLYHEAD
f h
1940
JERSEY CITYCARDIFF TRAMP STEAMER - 6,322 tonsBALLASTTORPEDOED BY U-99, 40 MILES NORTH-WEST OF; NEWPORT FOR BALTIMORE
f h
1940
MARDINIANLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 2,434 tons3,500 TONS PITCHTORPEDOED BY U-28 OFFSHORE; TRINIDAD FOR LONDON
f h
1940
MACEDONIANSTEAMER 5,227 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1940
OGLAISUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1940
PATROLCUSARMED MERCHANT CRUISER - 11,314 tons6 x 6 INCH & 2 x 3 INCH DECK GUNSTORPEDOED BY U-99 OFFSHORE
f h
1940
PECTENLONDON TANKER - 7,468 tons9,546 TONS FUEL OILTORPEDOED BY U-57 OFFSHORE; TRINIDAD FOR THE CLYDE
f h
1940
SALONICANORWEGIAN STEAMER - 2,694 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED OFF NORTH-WEST IRELAND
a
1940
SCOTTISH MINSTRELLONDON TANKER - 6,998 tonsFURNACE OILTORPEDOED BY U-61 OFFSHORE; HALIFAX FOR LONDON
f h
1940
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1940
VINGALANDSWEDISH MOTORSHIP - 2,734 tonsUNKNOWNBOMBED 400 MILES NORTH-WEST OF IRELAND
a
1941
AINDERBY STEAM FREIGHTER - 4,860 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY U-552 NORTH-WEST OF,
f
1941
MEMPHISEGYPTIAN STEAMER - 2,088 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NORTH-WEST OF; MANCHESTER FOR VIGO
a f
1941
OLGA S.DANISH MOTOR VESSEL - 2,252 tons4 AIRCRAFT & GENERALBOMBED BY GERMAN PLANE OFFSHORE; CLYDE FOR TAKORADI
f h
1941
UNKNOWNLARGE VESSELUNKNOWNOFF, CONFIRMED BY SONAR
f
1943
KINGSTON BERYLADMIRALTY TRAWLER - 356 tonsCREWSTRUCK A MINE NORTH OF,
f
1944
U-484GERMAN SUBMARINE - TYPE VIIC - 865 tonsCREWSUNK IN NORTH WESTERN APPROACHES BY "H.M.C.S. DUNVER" & "HESPETE'R"
f h
1944
U-743GERMAN U-BOAT TYPE VIICCREWDEPTH CHARGED BY "H.M.S. PORCHESTE CASTLE" & "H.M.S. HELMDALE" OFF,
f
1945
UNKNOWNUNKNOWNUNKNOWNOFF,
f
1945
UNKNOWNHALIFAX AIRCRAFTCREWOFF MULLGHMORE
f
1945
UNKNOWNGERMAN U-BOATCREWOFF,
f
1945
U-143GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-145GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-149GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-150GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-155GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-170GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-244GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-249GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-255GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-278GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-281GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-291GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-293GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT & GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-294GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-295GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-298GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-299GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER TOW PARTED; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 40 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-318GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-322GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-323GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTFOUNDERED; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 55 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-328GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-363GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-368GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-427GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-481GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-483GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-485GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-516GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-532GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-539GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-636GERMAN U-BOATCREWDEPTH CHARGED BY "BENTENICK ET AL" WEST OF,
f
1945
U-637GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTFOUNDERED; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 38 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-668GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-680GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-716GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-720GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-739GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-760GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-764GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-773GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-775GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 57 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-779GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-802GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-806GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-825GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-826GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-861GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-868GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK IN A STEEP DIVE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 70 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-874GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-875GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-883GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-901GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-928GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-956GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-975GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-978GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-991GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-992GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-994GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 50 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-997GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1002GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY "H.M.S. TANTIVY"; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1004GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1005GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 48 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-1009GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1010GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1019GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-1022GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1023GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1052GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY 816 SQUADRON; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1061GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1102GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1103GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1104GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY EXPLOSIVES; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1109GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1110GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1163GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1165GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1194GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1198GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1203GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-1230GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1233GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1271GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 30 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-1272GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTBOMBED BY AIRCRAFT; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"; LIES IN 52 FATHOMS
f
1945
U-1301GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-1307GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY 816 SQUADRON; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2321GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2322GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2324GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2325GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2328GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2329GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2334GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2335GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2336GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2337GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2341GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2345GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2354GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2359GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2361GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2363GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTSUNK BY GUNFIRE OFF; PART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-2502GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1945
U-3514GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1946
UNKNOWN x 16GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTOFF,
f
1946
U-2351GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1946
U-2356GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1946
U-2511GERMAN U-BOATBALLASTPART OF "OPERATION DEADLIGHT"
f
1949
CYELSEUNKNOWN - 237 tonsUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
f

1950

SENIORITYSTEAMER - 2,895 tonsUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
f
 
 
SOURCE PUBLICATIONS:
a
"Dictionary of Disasters at Sea during the Age of Steam 1824 - 1962"
by
Charles Hocking
London Stamp Exchange 1989 - ISBN: 0948130474
b
"Dive" Magazine
by
Rich Stevenson (March 2001)
c
"Donegal Shipwrecks"
by
Ian Wilson
Impact Printing 1998 - ISBN: 094815456X
d
"Great Passenger Ships of the World"
by
Arnold Kludas
e
"Harsh Winds of Rathlin"
by
Tommy Cecil
Impact Printing 1990 - ISBN: 0948154659
f
"Irish Wrecks Database"
by
Roy Stokes & Liam Dowling
g
Royal Navy
by
Hydrographic Department (1970)
h
"Shipwreck Index of Ireland"
by
Richard & Bridget Larn
Lloyd's Register - Fairplay Ltd 2002 - ISBN: 1900839970
i
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 932 - 1997"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1998 - ISBN: 0952302713
j
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1105 – 1993"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1994 - ISBN: 0952302705
k
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1582 - 2000"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 2000 - ISBN: 0952302721
l
"Underwater Ireland Guide to Irish Dive Sites"
by
Irish Underwater Council
CFT 1999 - ISBN: 0948283025
m
"Sea Change - The rise of the BIM 50-footer"
by
Pat Nolan
Nonsuch Publishing ISBN: 9781845889425
n
"Donegal, An Exploration"
by
J.J. Tohill
Donegal Democrat Ltd 1976
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
2
Internet 2006
3
Internet 2006
4
via email 2008
5
David Stewart
via email 2011
6
via email 2012
7
via email 2012
8
Richard Crowley
SubSea Magazine Winter 2011
9
Mick
Internet 2013
10
"Bád Eddie"
RTE TV Program 2017
11
Internet 2006
12
Internet 2008
13
via email 2009
14
Internet 2013
15
Tim Latham
via email 2001
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