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North Rock to Warrenpoint

 

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NORTH ROCK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1714UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
b d g
1756BRITANNIASAIL VESSELPASSENGERSLIVERPOOL FOR GUINEA
b d g h
1763JAMESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; MARTINQUE FOR LIVERPOOL
d
1767NIGHTINGALEDUNDALK SLOOPOATSPOSSIBLY RE-FLOATED; DUNDALK FOR BELFAST
b d e g
1776UNKNOWNCAMPBELTOWN SLOOPHERRINGSCAMPBELTOWN FOR DUBLIN
b d g
1780PEGGYSCHOONERTEA, LINEN, HEMP & HARDWAREBOUND FOR BELFAST
b d e
1794EXPERIMENTMARYPORT SAIL VESSELCOALFROM MARYPORT
b d e g
1798JANESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBEAUMARIS FOR BELFAST
d
1805MINERVAGREENOCK SAIL SHIPTAR, TURPENTINE, PITCH & WOODBOUND WILMINGTON; DELAWARE FOR LIVERPOOL
b g h
1823MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCARGO PART SALVAGED; SICILY FOR BELFAST
d
1849MANTURAARDROSSAN BRIGUNKNOWNLEITH FOR MALTA
b d g h
1861CORIOLANUSNORTH SHIELDS FULL RIGGER - 1,108 tonsBALLASTOTHER SOURCES SAY CANNON ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR QUEBEC
b d e h
1879TITANIALIVERPOOL BRIGANTINE - 265 tonsCOALARDROSSAN FOR DENERARA
d
1881AMANDANORWEGIAN BARQUE - 310 tonsSALTGARSTON FOR CRONSTADT
b d g h
1881 CRAIGOWNIEGLASGOW TRAMP STEAMERIRON OREBILBAO FOR TROON
b g h
1883WILD DEERFAST CLIPPER - 1,016 tonsGENERAL EMIGRANTSGLASGOW FOR OTAGO
b d g h
1886URANIANORWEGIAN BARQUE - 399 tonsSALTLIVERPOOL FOR VYBORG
b g h
1891PERSEVERANCEABERYSTWYTH SCHOONER - 73 tonsPHOSPHATE OF LIMESTRANDED & WRECKED; GARSTON FOR AYR
d
1897 TITIANIALIVERPOOL BRIGANTINECOALGREENOCK FOR DEMERARA
h
1898BEACONSFIELDNORWEGIAN BARQUE - 1,375 tonsTEAKRANGOON FOR GREENOCK
b d g h
1900PRIDEBELFAST KETCH - 19 tonsGENERALSTRANDED & WRECKED; BELFAST FOR STRANGFORD
d
1903ANNBELFAST SCHOONER - 36 tonsBALLAST4.5 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF; LARNE FOR KINGSTOWN
d
1903CARDIGANCARDIFF SCHOONER - 121 tonsSCRAP IRONSTRANDED & WRECKED; BELFAST FOR BRITON FERRY
d
1941ATHENADUTCH STEAMER - 4,930 tonsARMY SUPPLIESSTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; LIVERPOOL FOR PORT SAID
b d g h
 
 
PORTAVOGIE
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1842ADONAICORK SCHOONER - 108 tonsUNKNOWNAT BEACH; ARDROSSAN FOR PLYMOUTH
b d g
1883CLARABELFAST SCHOONER - 141 tonsCOALON MCGAMMON ROCK; MARYPORT FOR BELFAST
b d h
1905CONSTANZAITALIAN IRON STEAMER - 2,903 tonsGRAINSTRANDED ON MCGAMMON ROCK; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; RIVER PLATE FOR BELFAST
b d
1917ERNESTSCHOONER - 111 tonsCOALBOMBED BY U-BOAT; ARDROSSAN FOR DUBLIN
b d h
 
 
RINGBOY POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.

1762

ACTIVEBRIGUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR GUADELOUPE
b e g
 
 
RINGFAD POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1827ENTERPRISE OF LYNNWEST INDIAMANGOLD & SILVER COINNONE
b h
1854NOVA PROVIDENZAGENOA BRIGUNKNOWNFROM GENOA; MOSTLY SALVAGED
b d e g h
1874LANCASHIRE LASSWHITEHAVEN SCHOONER - 74 tonsBALLASTPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; DROGHEDA FOR WORKINGTON
b d g h
1874POSIEBRIGANTINECOALARDROSSAN FOR CUBA
b d h
1881ASTARTELONDON IRON BARQUE - 909 tonsBALLASTDUBLIN FOR GLASGOW
b d h
1881MARGARET OWENCAERNARFON SCHOONER - 98 tonsBONE MANURENEAR; LONDON FOR L'DERRY
b d h
1884ANNE ELINEDANISH SCHOONER - 242 tonsEMPTY GLASS BOTTLESGERMANY FOR BELFAST
b d h
1886NATIVEABERYSTWYTH SCHOONER - 85 tonsROOFING SLATESSTRANDED & LOST AT; ABERDOVY FOR BELFAST
b d e h
1889DOVESAIL VESSEL - 1 tonUNKNOWN1 MILE SOUTH OF,
-
1890SUNFLOWERSTEAM COASTER - 42 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
b h
1891ALEXANDERLUGGER - 2 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF; FROM KILLOUGH
d
1928LUCYWHITEHAVEN AUXILIARY SCHOONER - 70 tonsUNKNOWNSOUTH WEST OF; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; WHITEHAVEN FOR DUNDALK
b d g h
1941BEREBYLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 5,249 tonsMILITARY STORES & GENERAL CARGORAN ASHORE; CARGO SALVAGED; LIVERPOOL FOR TAKORADI
b d g h
 
 
ROSSGLASS
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1826USKLONDON BRIG - 108 tonsUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR ADRA
b d e g h
1839JOHN STAMPNEWCASTLE BARQUE - 401 tonsRAW COTTONCARGO SALVAGED; BOMBAY FOR LIVERPOOL
b d g h
1854SEA BIRDNEWRY BRIGUNKNOWNSTRANDED & TOTAL LOSS; FROM NEWRY
d
 
 
SHEEPLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1779LYDIALIVERPOOL SNOW12 x 6 POUNDER CARRIAGE CANNONLIVERPOOL FOR CORK
d
1797AMITIEFRENCH FRIGATE12 CANNONNORTH OF HARBOUR; BREST FOR IRELAND; SOME SOURCES SAY 1800; HAS BEEN DIVED
b d e h
1854SARAH ANNLIVERPOOL BARQUE - 494 tonsCOAL & RAILWAY CHAIRSNEAR SHEEPLAND HEAD; LIVERPOOL FOR MATANZAS, CUBA
b d g h
1900
NEWRY STEAMER - 286 tonsCOAL3 MILES OFF; ARDROSSAN FOR NEWRY; LIES IN 28m
b d h
 
 
SKULLMARTIN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1803UNIONSAIL SHIPCOALWORKINGTON FOR DUBLIN
b e
1816QUEEN CHARLOTTESAIL VESSELCOALAT SKULLMARTIN ROADS; WHITEHAVEN FOR DUBLIN
b d e g
1867TANAKINGSTON SCHOONER RIGGED YACHT - 45 tonsPASSENGERSGREENOCK FOR DUBLIN
b d h
1878ABERYSTWYTHABERYSTWYTH IRON STEAMER - 137tonsCOALOFF; LLANELLY FOR DERRY
b d
1879LADYLANDIRON SCHOONERPITCHGLASGOW FOR PORT DE BOUC
b h
1879
GLASGOW IRON SQUARE RIGGER - 1,284 tons, 225ft x 35.5ft x 21.6ft2,100 TONS GENERAL CARGOPART OF GUNPOWDER CARGO SALVAGED; GLASGOW FOR AUSTRALIA
b d h i
1883CUYUNIBARQUE - 491 tonsUNKNOWNDROVE ASHORE & CAUGHT FIRE; GLASGOW FOR DEMERARA
b d h
1918LEEDS CITYARMED STEAMER - 4,298 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 5 MILES EAST BY SOUTH SOUTH OF,
b
1918NEATHHEADARMED TRAWLERUNKNOWN7 MILES EAST SOUTH-EAST OF LIGHTHOUSE
b e
1918TARTARYLIVERPOOL ARMED STEEL STEAMER - 4,181 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-86, 8 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF, LIVERPOOL FOR RIVER PLATE
b d
 
 
SOUTH ROCK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1767HANNAHSAIL VESSELPORT & 400 HOGSHEADS OF TOBACCOGLASGOW FOR HOLLAND
b d e g
1784UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELMEALNONE
b d e g
1784UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELSALTNONE
b d e g
1784UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d e
1788UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR HULL
b g
1791CHARLESTOWNGLASGOW BRIGANTINE - 155 tonsUNKNOWNGREENOCK FOR CHARLESTOWN
b d e g
1794LETTER OF MARQUE18 GUN PRIVATEERCANNONAT GUN ROCK
b e g
1794UNKNOWNPRIVATEER18 CARRIAGE GUNSNONE
d
1798ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR DERRY
d
1799ENDSIDESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR NEWRY
d
1805THREE SISTERSBRIGANTINEUNKNOWNDUBLIN FOR PORTAFERRY
b g h
1812STAGSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK REEF OFF; GREENOCK FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
d
1821JEAN AYR SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT SOUTH LIGHTHOUSE; lIVERPOOL FOR BAHIA
b d e g h
1821PERSEVERANCESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR BUENOS AIRES
g
1823WILLIAM HOBBSBRIG - 100 tonsUNKNOWNCANNON ROCK
b g h
1832JOHNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON REEF; LIVERPOOL FOR ST. THOMAS
b g
1838FALCONWORKINGTON BRIG - 132 tonsUNKNOWNOFF SOUTH ROCK LIGHT
1
1844AGNESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK REEF; ICHIBOE FOR CLYDE
b d g
1849MARQUIS OF NORMANDYSLIGO BRIGMAHOGANY, HEMP, TALLOW & LOGWOODNEW YORK FOR BELFAST
b g h
1850 PRESTONGALLIOT - 98 tonsBALLASTON THE RIDGE; DUNDALK FOR LLANELLI
b g h
1853UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNBETWEEN SOUTH LIGHT AND CANNON ROCK
d
1853UNKNOWNSCHOONER - 140 tonsUNKNOWNOFFSHORE FROM LIGHT HOUSE
d
1854DUKE OF YORKGREENOCK BARQUE - 332 tonsCOALPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; GREENOCK FOR MADRAS
b d g h
1854IDA ELIZABETHDUTCH BARQUE - 442 tonsGENERAL1 MILE NORTH-EAST OF LIGHTHOUSE; LIVERPOOL FOR BATAVIA
b d h
1854WILLIAM PENNBELFAST SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNCOLLIDED WITH "BROTHER JONATHAN"
b
1859SAXON KINGLONDON SAIL VESSEL - 453 tonsUNKNOWNON REEF OFF; CORK FOR GLASGOW
d g
1860BARBARASCHOONER - 73 tonsLIMESTONEOFF LIGHTHOUSE; WHITEHEAD FOR QUOILE QUAY
b d h
1873ANCILLAGLASGOW FULL RIGGER - 815 tonsGENERALOFF CANNON ROCK; GLASGOW FOR TRINIDAD
d
1873MARSEILLESGLASGOW IRON FULL RIGGER - 1,104 tonsBURMESE TEAKCANNON ROCK, MOULMEIN FOR GLASGOW
b d g h
1877AMOYDUNDEE BARQUE - 299 tonsSUGARON THE RIDGE; PERNAMBUCO FOR GREENOCK
b d g h
1877FRIENDSBELFAST SCHOONER - 65 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED; GIRVAN FOR KILLYLEAGH
b d g h
1881JOHN KENDALPENZANCE BRIG - 241 tonsCOALON THE RIDGE; GREENOCK FOR BARBADOS
b d g h
1883STRATHDONGLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 169 tonsLIMESTONESTRANDED & WRECKED; ABERGELE FOR CLYDE
b d g h
1883WEMBDONCARDIFF IRON STEAMER - 585 tonsCOPPER ORECANNON ROCK; HUELVA FOR TROON
b d g h
1885LEONARD HOLLISCAERNARFON SCHOONER - 92 tonsROOFING SLATESPORTMADOG FOR DENMARK
d
1886LALAGREENOCK YACHT - 7 tonsBALLAST5 MILES SOUTH SOUTH-EAST OF; QUEENSTOWN FOR GREENOCK
d
 
 
SOUTH ROCK continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1887BELLACAMPBELTOWN SMACK - 10 tonsBALLASTON CANNON ROCK; ARKLOW FOR CAMPBELTOWN
d
1888KATENORWEGIAN BARQUE - 613 tonsCOALMERSEY FOR CHRISTIANIA
b d g h
1890
HULL STEAMER - 1,257 tons1,500 TONS IRON OREFOUNDERED NORTH EAST OF; BILBAO FOR AYR; LIES IN 46m
b d h
1890 JOHN MILNERENFREW HOPPER DREDGER 99 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 10 MILES NORTH OF; RENFREW FOR PORT NATAL
d
1891GRIDNORWEGIAN BARQUE - 428 tonsCOALCANNON ROCK; LIVERPOOL FOR BUENOS AYRES
b d g h
1892MINISTER OF MARINESTEEL STEAMER - 1,648 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED 30 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF,
-
1895HELENNORWEGIAN BARQUE - 389 tonsCOALCANNON ROCK; ARDROSSAN FOR CHRISTIANIA
b d g h
1897WILLIAM & MARYWORKINGTON BRIGUNKNOWNTHE RIDGE
b g h
1899LADY SUPERIORPORTAVOGIE LUGGER - 6 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 3 MILES NORTH-EAST OF; FROM PORTAVOFIE
b d
1899VICTORIASAILING SMACK - 6 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR,
-
1906EARL OF BEACONSFIELDCHESTER SCHOONER - 142 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 5 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF; STRANRAER FOR CONNAH'S QUAY
d
1906FEBOGENOA IRON STEAMER - 2,289 tonsSCRAP IRONAT CANNON ROCK; ALMERIA FOR GLASGOW
b d g h
1906HAZELDENENEWCASTLE IRON STEAMER - 2,204 tonsSCRAP IRON AT CANNON ROCK; EX-"BRACADAILE"; HORNDILLO FOR GLASGOW
b d g h
1906THIEBOLDTSAIL VESSEL - 1,467 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED
-
1907RIPPLING WAVECORNISH SCHOONER - 165 tonsCHINA CLAY STRANDED & WRECKED; PAR FOR GLASGOW
b d e g h
1908CROISSETFRENCH STEEL 3 MASTED BARQUE - 2,257 tons3,500 TONS NICKEL ORESTRANDED & WRECKED; NEW CALEDONIA FOR GLASGOW
b d e g h
1908GLASSFORDGLASGOW STEAMER - 311 tonsCOALSTRANDED; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; NEATH ABBEY FOR BELFAST
b d e g h
1911EMILYSAIL VESSEL - 23 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR,
-
1913READINGCARDIFF IRON STEAMER - 2,043 tonsIRON OREAT CANNON ROCK; POSS. SALVAGED; SEVILLE FOR GLASGOW
a b d e g h
1915HARTDALEWEST HARTLEPOOL STEAMER - 3,840 tons5,900 TONS COAL TORPEDOED BY U-27, 7 MILES SOUTH-EAST BY EAST OF; CLYDE FOR ALEXANDRIA
b d
1916BENSHAWLONDON STEAMER - 1,724 tonsIRON ORESTRANDED & WRECKED; BILBAO FOR AYR
b d g h
1916
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MARIEHAMN 4 MASTED FULL RIGGED BARQUE - 1,995 tonsPITCH PINESOUTH-EAST END OF; MOBILE FOR GREENOCK; LIES IN 10m
b d e g h
1917
WELSH ARMED STEAMER - 3,238 tonsPYRITESTORPEDOED 1 MILE EAST OF LIGHTHOUSE; LIES IN 50m; HUELVA FOR GLASGOW
a b d e f g h
1918FLORRIESTONGLASGOW STEAMER - 3,366 tonsCOPPER ORETORPEDOED BY U-91, 6 MILES EAST BY NORTH OF SOUTH ROCK STACK; ALMERIA FOR THE CLYDE
d
 
 
ST. JOHN'S POINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1748SUCCESSSAIL VESSELPASSENGERSPLYMOUTH FOR DUBLIN
d
1761UNKNOWNSLOOPUNKNOWNMILFORD FOR LONDON
d
1816COMMERCEUNKNOWNUNKNOWNFALMOUTH FOR NEWFOUNDLAND
d
1818BROTHERSDUMBARTON SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDRIVEN ASHORE; DUBLIN FOR GLASGOW
d
1836MENAPIAWATERFORD SCHOONER - 164 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
b d g h
1838BLOOMDYSART SCHOONERUNKNOWNWESTERN SIDE OF,
b d g h
1838THOMASSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED
d
1852CHIEFTAINBELFAST BARQUESALTINSIDE OF; BELFAST FOR SAVANAH
b d
1856NAUTILUSKILLOUGH SMACK - 33 tonsOATMEAL0.25 MILES NORTH OF; DUNDALK FOR KILLOUGH
b e g h
1874MARY ANNNEWRY SCHOONER - 58 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 7 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; TROON FOR NEWRY
d
1876EDITHIRON STEAMERUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1885MAGGYDUBLIN FISHING CUTTER - 46 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 18 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY SOUTH OF; FROM KINGSTOWN
d
1911TURTLESTEAM COASTER - 46 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR
-
1918OTTOSAIL VESSEL - 96 tonsUNKNOWNSHELLED & SUNK BY U-BOAT 10 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-WEST OF,
b
1918
GLASGOW ARMED STEAM COASTER - 362 tonsCOALTORPEDOED 4 MILES OFF BY U-105; LIES IN 30m; AYR FOR DUBLIN
a b d e g h
1938MARJORIEUNKNOWN - 179 tonsUNKNOWNFOUNDERED OFF,
-
1940
BELLAVALE
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BELFAST STEAMER - 447 tonsBALLASTAT ROSSGLASS; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; DUNDALK FOR AYR
b d e g h
1951
ELETH
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STEAM COASTERCOALFORMERLY NAMED "BLACK ROCK"
2
 
 
TYRELLA
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1700UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELELEPHANT TUSKS, GOLD DUST & SLAVESGUINEA FOR LIVERPOOL
b d
1788NEW LOYALTYBELFAST SLOOP - 70 tonsSUGAR, WOOL & CLOTHNEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR BELFAST
d
1803UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNWEST INDIES FOR LONDON
b g
1804UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNBOUND ST. JOHN'S
b d e
1804UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR AMERICA
b d e
1804UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNDUBLIN FOR BELFAST
b d e
1804CASTORSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWENT ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; JAMAICA FOR LIVERPOOL
b d e
1810JOHNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR ST. VINCENT
b d e
1812MARGARETSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR NEWRY
b d e
1813NEPTUNESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNMILFORD FOR LIVEREPOOL
b d e g
1825SUPERIORSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNGREENOCK FOR AMERICA
b d g
1829UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR LISBON
b d
1829SIR JAMES KEMPLIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNST. JOHN'S FOR LIVERPOOL
b d e g h
1831DELAFORDSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR LISBON
b d g
1833HEROINELIVERPOOL SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSWANSEA FOR DUBLIN
b d g h
1834UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR AMERICA
b d g
1838BRITISH HEROINEUNKNOWNUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR MOBILE
b d g
1838RAPIDSCHOONERUNKNOWNFROM BANGOR
b d g h
1838UNKNOWNLARGE SAIL VESSELCOTTONEAST OF PIER HEAD
b
1838UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR DERRY
b d g
1838UNKNOWNSCHOONERUNKNOWNBANGOR FOR BELFAST
b d
1839UNKNOWNSCHOONERUNKNOWNBELFAST FOR STRANGFORD
b d g
1840EAGLESAIL VESSEL UNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
b d g
1840KINCARDINESHIRESAIL VESSEL UNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR ABERDEEN
b d g
 
 
TYRELLA continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1840TREVORBRIGUNKNOWNMARSEILLES FOR BELFAST
b d g
1854CATHERINE O'FLANAGANCARDIFF SCHOONERCOAL & COKENEAR; CARDIFF FOR CORK; ONE SOURCE CALLS VESSEL "CATHERINE CORRIGAN"
b d g
1854CHARLES HUMBERSTOW FULL RIGGER - 1,100 tonsGENERALNEAR COASTGUARD STATION; LIVERPOOL FOR BOSTON
d
1854JUPITERDUNDEE BARQUE COALLIVERPOOL FOR VERA CRUZ
b g
1855ATLANTAANNALONG SLOOPUNKNOWNFOUNDERED AT COW & CALF ROCKS
b
1878CYGNETCARLISLE BRIGANTINE - 118 tonsCOALNEAR COASTGUARD STATION; SILLOTH FOR DUNDALK
d
1881BRANSTYWHITEHAVEN BRIGANTINE - 80 tonsOATSPOSSIBLY SALVAGED; NEWRY FOR BRISTOL
b d h
1885HELENLEITH SCHOONER - 73 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKD ON STRAND; GARSTON FOR ROSTREVOR
b d
1885RAMBLERNEWRY SCHOONER - 57 tonsUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKD NEAR COASTGUARD STATION; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; CARLINGFORD FOR LIVERPOOL
b d h
1887ESPERANCEFRENCH BARQUE - 272 tonsTEAKON SMITH'S ROCK; BANGKOK FOR BELFAST
b d
 
 
UNKNOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1768UNKNOWN x 3SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNEAST COAST OF ARDS,
b d g
1789UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON ARDS COAST
b
1795UNKNOWNGUINEAMANUNKNOWNON ARDS COAST
b
1830FRIENDSHIPSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON BALLYBERRIES ROCK??; CUSHENDALL FOR DUBLIN
b d
1835NILEBRIG - 156 tonsUNKNOWNOFF SHORE
d
1838MARY STEWARTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT BALAGAN POINT
b g
1859PETER & SARAHPOLACCA - 47 tonsCOALAT HILSBOROUGH POINT??
d
1861ARIOSTOSUNDERLAND SNOW - 295 tonsBALLASTNEAR MILLTOWN??
d
1866JOHN METCALFBANGOR SLOOPUNKNOWNNONE
b
1873ELEANORSAIL VESSELBAGGED CEMENT & BUILDING MATERIALSAT PADDY ROCK??; BELFAST FOR PORTAFERRY
d
1873ST. GEORGEBELFAST SAIL VESSELWHEATBETWEEN DUBLIN & BELFAST; LA HARVE FOR BELFAST
d
1874MAID OF ERRINNEWRY SCHOONER - 74 tonsCOALAT MACAMMON ISLAND??; WHITEHAVEN FOR BALBRIGGAN
d
1877WANCOMABELFAST SCHOONER - 309 tonsUNKNOWNOFF RODDENS COATGUARD STATION??; BELFAST FOR CHARLESTON
d
1879ESTHER ANNLANCASTER SCHOONER - 73 tonsBALLASTON WALLACE'S ROCKS??; BELFAST FOR BARROW-IN-FURNESS
d
1888MORNING STARBELFAST BARQUE - 217 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED IN BALLYFRENCH BAY??; GREENOCK FOR BERBICE
d
1900ORESSABELFAST CUTTER - 4 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED AT SWINELY POINT???
d
1903KATHERINE KERRBELFAST SMACK - 6 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 0.5 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF MACEDON POINT
d
1916OPALSTEAMER - 599 tons
UNKNOWN
MINED OFF THE ISLE OF MAN
a
1917CONINBEGWATERFORD STEAMER - 1,279 tons GENERALTORPEDOED BY U-62; LIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
3
1917FORMBYWATERFORD STEAMER - 1,282 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-62
a
1917STEPHEN FURNESSARMED BOARDING STEAMERCREWTORPEDOED BY U-64
3
1918NORMANDIETSTEAMER - 1,843 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED 34 MILES SOUTH-WEST BY WEST OF CALF OF MAN
a
1918WYREANNAGASSAN STEAM COASTERCOALFOUNDERED OFFSHORE; OUTWARD BOUND FROM LIVERPOOL
b d e
1923CLAGGANWOODEN SCHOONER - 75 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
-
1929JANESAIL VESSELSCRAP IRONNONE
-
1940CITY OF MOBILEADMIRALTY STEAMER - 6,614 tons1,450 TONS GENERAL & MILITARY STORESBOMBED 20 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; GLASGOW FOR LIVERPOOL
b d
1941KYLE RONAUNKNOWNUNKNOWNNONE
-
1945MAJAMOTOR TANKERPETROLIUMTORPEDOED 30 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF ISLE OF MAN
a
1992GIRL SYLVIAFISHING VESSEL - 24 tonsBALLASTSANK WHILE UNDER TOW OFF,
b
2000SOLWAY HARVESTERUNKNOWNUNKNOWNBETWEEN Co. DOWN & ISLE OF MAN
g
 
 
WARRENPOINT
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1872
NEWRYNEWRY SMACK COALSTRANDED & WRECKED; CARDIFF FOR NEWRY
b d g

1901

PALMYRANEWRY CUTTER - 2 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
d
 
 
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Don Charlewood
Angus & Robertson
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
2
Internet 2006
3
Internet 2008

 

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