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Ballyhenry to Tara Point

 

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BALLYHENRY BAY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoComments
Ref.
1821
HOPENEWRY SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNPOSSIBLY REFLOATED; MIRAMICHI FOR NEWRY
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1846

WILLIAMDONAGHADEE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE AT BALLYHENRY; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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BALLYHORNAN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1839 UNITED FRIENDSPEMBRY SLOOPIRON INGOTS & BARKKILLARD POINT; BAR MOUTH FOR STRANGFORD
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1854 JOHNSPORTAFERRY SLOOPOATS & ORE0.5 MILES SOUTH OF KILLARD POINT; PORTAFERRY FOR CHESTER
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1870FAVOURITEBRIG - 124 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED; ARDROSSAN FOR DUBLIN
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1883BEAGLEDOUGLAS BRIG - 87 tonsCOALPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; MARYPORT FOR LONDONDERRY
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1885R.L. ALSTONHARTLEPOOL STEAMER - 452 tonsIRON OREKILLARD POINT; BILBAO FOR GLASGOW
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1892ANNIESCHOONERSLATESKILLARD POINT; PORT DINORWIC FOR DUNDEE
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1897SULBY GLENSTEAM COASTER - 35 tonsCOALEXPLOSION; KILLARD POINT; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; WHITEHAVEN FOR THE QUOILE
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1918
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LONDON STEAMER - 2,899 tonsCOAL3 MILES EAST OF; LIES IN 40m; LE HARVE FOR BELFAST
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1946
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BALTIMORE USA TROOPSHIP 7,406 tons1400 TROOPSKILLARD POINT, 100YDS SOUTH; LIES IN 12m; SYDNEY FOR GLASGOW
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1973 TIDEDUTCH COASTER - 480 tonsBALLASTCAUGHT FIRE 1 MILE SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF GUNS ISLAND; SLIGO FOR PAR
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BALLYQUINTIN POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1767BETSEYPENZANCE BRIGUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
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1790SANTISSIMA TRINIDADSPANISH SAIL VESSELWINEBILBAO FOR BELFAST
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1794JEANTRALEE BRIGROCK SALTLIVERPOOL FOR TRALEE
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1821RECOVERYSAIL VESSELCOALLIVERPOOL FOR LIMERICK
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1849ACTIVEWHITEHAVEN BRIG UNKNOWNOFF
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1858BREEZEPADSTOW SCHOONER - 72 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED
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1872CONFLICTBELFAST BRIGANTINEUNKNOWNINSIDE THE POINT
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1874JAMESABERYSTWYTH BRIG - 192 tonsROOFING SLATESSTRANDED & WRECKED; DROGHEDA FOR ARDROSSAN
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1880OLIVE BRANCH SAIL VESSEL - 46 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1881JANESAIL VESSEL - 58 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1881MARYBELFAST SCHOONER - 39 tonsHAYSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR; KILLYLEAGH FOR MARYPORT
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1882DUNMOREGLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 2,592 tonsGENERAL & PASSENGERSWATERFORD FOR BELFAST
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1883LEOSAIL VESSEL - 489 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1885AYRSHIREIRON STEAM VESSEL - 86 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1885ZEBRACAERNARFON SCHOONER - 88 tonsROOFING SLATESCARNAVON FOR BROUGHLEY
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1888ELINORBEAUMARIS SCHOONER - 48 tonsROOFING SLATESSTRANDED & WRECKS ON POINT; BANGOR FOR AYR
f
1888PROSPERITYNEWRY SCHOONER - 45 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED; IRVINE FOR KILKEEL
f
1891EMILY HELENASAIL VESSEL - 64 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1892DONNA SOFIABELFAST BRIG - 118 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED; WORKINGTON FOR BELFAST
f
1893SHAMROCKSTEAMER - 96 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED
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1894SABRINASAIL VESSEL - 33 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED
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1895TERESINAITALIAN BARQUE - 356 tonsCOKESTRANDED NEAR QUINTIN CASTLE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; LIVERPOOL FOR TRIESTE
d i
1897HERALDSAILING SMACK - 38 tonsMANURESTRANDED; POSSOBLY REFLOATED; DUBLIN FOR DONAGHADEE
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1899JOHN R. NOBLEBELFAST BARQUE - 397 tonsCOALPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; IRVINE FOR NEWRY
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1906ANGLIACABLE STEAMERCABLEOFF,
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1908TRIENTALISSWEDISH IRON BARQUE - 544 tonsPHOSPHATESTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; BERMUDA FOR DERRY
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1910USEFULSAIL VESSEL - 48 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED
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1917PESHAWURARMED P&O LINER - 7,634 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-96, 7 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY EAST OF; MONTREAL FOR UK
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1920GLENDALOUGHDUBLIN WOODEN STEAMER - 146 tonsWOODEN BLOCKSCONVERTED SAILING SHIP; DELIBERATELY PUT ASHORE; LONDON FOR BELFAST
d f i
1934
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BEAUMARIS STEAMER - 340 tonsSTONE BLOCKS LIES IN 30m; PORTLAND FOR BELFAST
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CLOUGHY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1762JAMESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR GUADELOUPE
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1784PEGGYSAIL VESSELWHITE WINEGLASGOW FOR NEW YORK
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1786UNKNOWNDUTCH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE
d
1803DELIGHTAMERICAN SAIL SHIP - 227 tonsUNKNOWNRINGBOY POINT
d i
1810UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNNEAR,
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1825SHEFFIELDSAIL SHIPPASSENGERSFROM IRVINE
d f i
1839ANTRIMSAIL VESSEL2,000 BALES RAW COTTONCARGO PARTLY SALVAGED; BELFAST FOR LONDON
d f h
1850PEGGYPORT GORDON SCHOONERSALTLIVERPOOL FOR GLASGOW
d h
1866URANIABARQUE - 399 tonsSALTNEAR; CARRICKFERGUS FOR DUBLIN
d
1877DILIGENTCAERNARFON SCHOONER - 56 tonsBRICKSNEAR; BRIDGWATER FOR BELFAST
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1879WILLIAM & MARYWORKINGTON BRIG - 155 tonsCOALON REEF; WORKINGTON FOR DUBLIN
f
1881JOHN KENDALLSAIL VESSEL - 239 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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1884VISIONBELFAST SMACK - 24 tonsMANURESTRANDED & WRECKED; PORTAFERRY FOR CLOUGHY
f
1890ANNIE ADADUBLIN BARQUE - 261 tonsCOALAT BUTTER PLADDY; AYR FOR DUBLIN
d f i
1895CURRAGH BINNEY BELFAST IRON STEAMER - 15 tonsGENERALSTRANDED AT SCOT'MAN ROCK; BELFAST FOR DUNDRUM
f
1901RAVINALACOWES KETCH - 67 tonsBRICKS & TILESSTRANDED & WRECKED; BRIDGWATER FOR GLASGOW
f
1902DICTATORNORWEGIAN BARQUE - 571 tonsBALLASTAT HEMS ROCKS; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
f
1915VIVIDBELFAST SMACK - 26 tonsMANUREAT SLANS POINT; BROKE FROM MOORINGS
f
1916VILLAGE BELLEBELFAST KETCH - 25 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED 400yds. NORTH OF COASTGUARD STATION
f
1939
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SPANISH BULK CARRIER - 6,646 tonsIRON OREAT BUTTER PLADDY; LIES IN  0 - 10m; BOUGIE FOR CLYDE
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GUN'S ISLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1886CITYBELFAST SAIL FISHING VESSEL - 12 tonsBALLASTNEAR COSTGUARD STATION; FROM ARDGLASSS
f
1898HERBERTLEITH STEAMER - 269 tonsGENERALFOUNDERED NEAR;
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1912REFORM4 MASTED SCHOONEREMIGRANTSCOVERS & UNCOVERS IN SAND
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KILLARD POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1861
MANCHESTERBRIGANTINE - 133 tonsCOAL0.5 MILE EAST OF; WHITEHAVEN FOR DUBLIN
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1875
VINEBELFAST SMACK - 27 tonsCOALTROON FOR ANNALONG
f
1892
ANNIELIVERPOOL SCHOONER - 100 tonsSLAG0.5 MILES OFF; PORT DINORIC FOR ABERDEEN
f
1892
ANNIELIVERPOOL SCHOONER - 99 tonsROOFING SLATESSTRANDED & WRECKED; PORT DINORIC FOR DUNDEE
d f

1897

SPEEDBELFAST BRIG - 74 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED OFF COASTGUARD STATION; WORKINGTON FOR KILLYLEAGH
f
 
 
PORTAFERRY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1762YOUNG ADRIANROTTERDAM SAIL VESSELWINE & BRANDYBORDEAUX FOR DUBLIN
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1769JENNETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR VIRGINIA
d f
1773JANNETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNVIRGINIA FOR DUBLIN
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1784WILLIAMLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELSALTLIVERPOOL FOR DANZING
d h
1786HUMESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCORK FOR BRISTOL
d h
1786NANCYLIVERPOOL SLOOP - 60 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR; CORK FOR BRISTOL
d f g
1813UNKNOWNGALIOTPIGSAT PORTAFERRY RIVER
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1813CAESARSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT PORTAFERRY RIVER; GREENOCK FOR JAMAICA
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1813LOYALTYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT PORTAFERRY RIVER; FROM WORKINGTON
d f g h
1821EMPEROR ALEXANDERSUNDERLAND BRIG - 195 tonsUNKNOWNSTRUCK CANNON ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR BAHIA
d f g h i
1826SELINASAIL VESSELSALTNEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR KILLYBEGS
f
1839ELLENSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT HARBOUR; FROM BELFAST
d f h
1839WATERLOOCARLINGFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM CARLINGFORD
d f h
1873SARAH JANEBELFAST SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; BELFAST FOR PORTAFERRY
f
1890ANNACHRISTIANA BARQUEUNKNOWNGREENOCK FOR QUEBEC; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1895ELLENSAIL VESSEL - 356 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED ON CANNON ROCKS; POSSIBLY REFLOATED
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1900MARY ANNE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNYEAR APPROX.; POSSIBLY SALVAGED;
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QUOILE RIVER
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1877
HELEN BURNELL
SCHOONER
UNKNOWN
YEAR APPROXIMATE
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STRANGFORD LOUGH
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1715EAGLES WINGSAIL VESSELPASSENGERSAT ANGUS ROCK
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1762GRANDBURGSAIL VESSELGUN CARRIAGES & BARREL HOOPSAT BAR MOUTH; BRISTOL FOR LIVERPOOL
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1773EAGLESAIL VESSELUNKNOWN7 MILES EAST OF DOWNPATRICK AT DRUMROE BANK; WATERFORD FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
f
1773LYONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT DRUMROE BANK; WATERFORD FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
f
1773VENUSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT DRUMROE BANK; WATERFORD FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
f
1774BROTHERSSAIL VESSELCOALAT BAR MOUTH,
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1776MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR DOWNPATRICK; PORTSEY FOR LONDON
f
1782INDUSTRYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR DOWNPATRICK; BRISTOL FOR DERRY
d f h
1783PEGGYWHITBY BRIG - 260 tons6 x 4 POUNDER CARRIAGE CANNONNEAR DOWNPATRICK; CLYDE FOR WEST INDIES
d f
1783WACHLARENSWEDISH SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON BAR,
d f h
1792MARIALIVERPOOL FULL RIGGED - 339 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR STRANGFORD; DROGHEDA FOR MEMEL
f
1816PARQUETSAIL SHIPGENERALSOUTH OF BAR MOUTH
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1817BROTHERSSAIL SHIPUNKNOWNSOUTH OF BAR MOUTH; DUBLIN FOR GLASGOW
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1818GALLANTSAILING SMACKUNKNOWNBAR MOUTH
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1820MOLLYSNOW UNKNOWNWHITEHAVEN FOR DUBLIN
d
1823AGNESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT BAR MOUTH; FROM SALTCOATES
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1823ANNSAILING SMACKUNKNOWNBAR MOUTH
d h
1835HELENSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBAR MOUTH; RIGA FOR NEWRY
d h
1835RIGASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON BAR; FOR NEWRY
d
1836FANESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d
1839MARGARET PATTONIRVINE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1840MARY & JANESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNFERED AT STRANGFORD POINT; STRANGFORD FOR ARDROSSAN
d
1840SUSANNAHSAIL VESSELCOALON GARTER ROCK; MARYPORT FOR STRANGFORD
d h
1841AURORAWEXFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWN2 MILES OFF BAR,
d f h
1842ECHODUBLIN SCHOONERUNKNOWNAT LOUGH MOUTH
d f i
1850NIMBLEPORTAFERRY SCHOONERGENERALBALLYHENRY BAY; GLASGOW FOR DUBLIN; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d f g h i
1850UNKNOWNLARGE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED
d
1852PROVIDENCEWELSH SAILING SMACK - 32 tonsROOF SLATES BAR MOUTH; CAERNARVON FOR LARGS
d f h i
1853MARY ANNSCHOONERUNKNOWNON BAR,
d
1853QUEENSBURYANNAN SCHOONERUNKNOWNBAR MOUTH
d h i
1854BROTHER JONATHANWISCASSET FULL RIGGER - 800 tonsGENERALON ROCKS AT ENTRANCE AFTER COLLOISIN WITH "WILLIAM PENN"; LIVERPOOL FOR CHARLESTON
d f
1856ROBERT E. WARDSCHOONER COALON PLADDY LUG; TROON FOR CASTLE ESPIE
d h
1857LIONSTRANGFORD BRIGCOALAT ANGUS ROCK
d h i
1860MARY & ANNESCHOONERUNKNOWNAT BAR MOUTH
i
1860PROVIDENCESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON BAR; FROM JAVA
h
1867GARDELLAITALIAN SAIL VESSELIRON CASTS & INGOTSON PLADDY LUG; ARDROSSAN FOR GENOA
d f h
1874CUMBRIANWHITEHAVEN BRIGCOALON PLADDY LUG
d
1874EXAMPLEDUNDALK BRIG - 83 tonsBALLASTSTRANED & WRECKED; DUNDALK FOR TROON
f
1877ARTICBELFAST SCHOONER - 59 tonsGENERALAT BEN DERRICK BAY; BIRKENHEAD FOR PORTAFERRY
f
1877MARY & ANNSCHOONER - 95 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS AND CAME ASHORE NEAR CHURCH POINT
d f
1880SPEEDWELLARDROSSAN SCHOONER - 54 tonsSALTON ANGUS ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR DERRY
d f h i
1884JESSIE RAEBELFAST SCHOONER - 46 tonsBALLASTON ANGUS ROCK
f
1886LEILAPADSTOW SCHOONERCHINA CLAYON GARTER ROCK
d h i
1901NIL DESPERANDOSAILING SMACK - 5 tonsBUILDING SANDFOUNDERED KILLYLEAGH BAY; KIRCUBBIN FOR KILLYLEAGH
d f h i
1901POMONAPOTAVOGIE YAWL - 8 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED NEAR TARA; BROKE FROM MOORINGS
f
1903NIMBLEWHITEHAVEN KETCH - 23 tonsVEGETABLESAT ANGUS ROCK; STRANGFORD FOR BELFAST
f
1907CHANCEPORTAFERRY KETCH - 20 tonsWHEATBROKE FROM MOORINGS
f
1909DINORAHBELFAST BRIG - 117 tonsCOAL1 MILE NORTH-NORTH-WEST OF BALLYHENRY PERCH; MARYPORT FOR KILLYLEAGH
f
1914LOCH LONGPORTAFERRY KETCH - 36 tonsMANUREFOUNDERED AT BAR MOUTH; BELFAST FOR PORTAFERRY
d f h i
1914WITCH OF THE WAVEKETCHGENERALAT BAR MOUTH; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
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STRANGFORD LOUGH continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1918INDUSTRYADMIRALTY STEAMER - 1,460 tonsGOVERNMENT STORESTORPEDOED SOUTH-EAST OF LIGHT BUOY; KINGSTOWN FOR BELFAST
d f h
1937
FANNY CROSSFIELD
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BARROW SCHOONER - 119 tonsCOALRINGNEIL QUAY IN 30ft.; FROM WHITEHAVEN
d f g i
1946

ALASTOR

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MOTOR YACHT - 120 tonsBALLASTRINGHADDY SOUND; LIES IN 23m
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1947
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BLOCK SHIP - 6,148 tonsBALLASTBALLYHENRY BAY; LIES IN 0 - 15m; FRANCE FOR STRANGFORD LOUGH
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1964DIDO C.SWEDISH KETCHUNKNOWNKIRCUBBIN
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1985
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CONVERTED TRAWLERT.T. MOTOR BIKESKILCLIEF BAY; LIES IN 10m
i
2002PAPAROAYACHTCREWPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
 
 
STRANGFORD TOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1700
SWEDISH BARQUEUNKNOWNBALLYHENRY BAY; BRASS SHEATHED; LIES IN 12m; POSSIBLE YEAR 1799
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1741UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR,
f g
1741UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR,
f g
1741CLOVERLANDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEW ENGLAND FOR LIVERPOOL
d f g h
1741LOWTHERBRISTOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBRISTOL FOR LANCASTER
d f g h
1741MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLANCASTER FOR BARBADOS
d f g h
1759FANNYSNOWUNKNOWNON GARTER ROCK; WORKINGTON FOR DUBLIN
d f g h
1762YOUNG MIRIAMDUTCH SAIL VESSELBRANDY, VINEGAR & CLARETNEAR,
d f g h
1784WILLIAMLIVERPOOL BARQUE - 450 tons8 x 12 POUNDER CARRIAGE CANNONLIVERPOOL FOR DANZIG
f g
1788WILLIAM & MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNROFSCOUGH FOR DERRY
d f g h
1794MOLLYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWN

WENT ASHORE; LIVERPOOL FOR WESTERN ISLES

d f g
1802CATHERINESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; WEXFORD FOR LIVERPOOL
f
1803ANN & BELLSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIRVINE FOR DUBLIN
d f g
1803ORRSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIRVINE FOR DUBLIN
d h
1804DIAMONDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; DUBLIN FOR LIMERICK
f g
1806HERBERTSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED NEAR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; GRENADA FOR GLASGOW
d f
1810MAGNETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEWRY FOR LIVERPOOL
d g h
1810MINERVAWORKINGTON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWN25/03/1810, NEAR,
f
1810MINERVAWORKINGTON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWN06/04/1810, NEAR; YOUGHAL FOR LIVERPOOL
d f
1810MOLLYCOLLIERCOALNEAR; FROM WORKINGTON
d f g h
1816PAROQUETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR WEST INDIES
d f g h i
1817BROTHERSWEXFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; WEXFORD FOR GLASGOW
d f g h
1817JOHNWEXFORD SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; WEXFORD FOR GLASGOW
d f g h
1821PERSEVERANCEBRIGUNKNOWNSTRUCK CANNON ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR BUENOS AYRES
d f g i
1826MINERVASAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBELFAST FOR CORK
d f g h
1839MARGARETIRVINE SAIL VESSEL - 126 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR; IRVINE FOR STRANGFORD
d f h
1839WILLIAM & MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; FROM MARYPORT
d f h
1844NORTHUMBRIAN MAIDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR,
d f h
1846CALEDONIANSUNDERLAND SAIL VESSEL - 230 tonsUNKNOWNNEAR,
d f h
1861CORIOLANUSSAIL VESSELSOVERIGNSAT CANNON ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR QUEBEC
h
1885HELEN GILMOREBELFAST SCHOONER - 65 tonsCOALAT OLD PORT POINT; WHITEHAVEN FOR ARDGLASS
f g
 
 
TARA POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1741SUCCESSIONSAIL VESSELSALT & LEATHERNONE
f
1794UNKNOWNSLOOPUNKNOWNAT SOUTH BAY; LIVERPOOL FOR MADEIRA
d h j
1794UNIONFULL RIGGERUNKNOWNLONDON FOR LIVERPOOL
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1853BRITANNIALONDON BRIG - 117 tonsUNKNOWNLONDON FOR BELFAST
f
1890HANNACHRISTIANIA BARQUE - 269 tonsSALTNEAR COASTGUARD STATION; LIVERPOOL FOR CHRISTIANIA
i
1909SURCOUFFRENCH STEEL BARQUE - 1,947 tonsNICKEL ORESTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; HOBART FOR GLASGOW
d i
1924
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IRON BRIGANTINEBARLEYFORMER "Q" SHIP; WEXFORD FOR PORT ELLEN
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1954WORLD CUPUNKNOWNOILOFF,
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by
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World Ship Society 1989 - ISBN: 0905617525
b
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by
Charles Hocking
London Stamp Exchange 1989 - ISBN: 0948130474
c
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by
Dr. R. Brown
d
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by
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e
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by
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f
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g
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h
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by
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i
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by
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j
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by
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OTHER SOURCES:
1
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Eddie Matchett, Lisburn SAC (2008) via email
2
Tim Latham
-
Internet 2001

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