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Howth to Lambay Island

 

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HOWTH
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1560MICHAEL OF HILBOYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d
1579UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELPASSENGERS & HORSESNONE
d
1674UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT POINT,
c d e
1677UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d
1684UNKNOWNDUTCH SAIL VESSEL - 100 tonsUNKNOWNPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
d e f
1696UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF HEAD,
e
1765UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELRUM & SUGARAT BACK OG BEN OF HOWTH; BOUND FOR NEWRY
d e i
1785UNKNOWN x 2FISHING SAIL VESSELSBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF
d e i
1790PRUDENCESAIL VESSELUNKNOWN5 MILES FROM,
d
1792UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1797COLUMBUSSLOOPUNKNOWNOFF; FROM LIVERPOOL
d e g
1799AGNESSLOOPUNKNOWNOFF; FROM GREENOCK
-
1801UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBETWEEN HOWTH HEAD & DUNLAOGHAIRE
d
1804CATHERINESAIL VESSELCOALNEAR; BOUND FOR RINGSEND
d e g
1811JUNOSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; WORKINGTON FOR DUBLIN
d e g
1815CONCEPTIONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; DUBLIN FOR WATERFORD
d e g
1815UNKNOWNWICKLOW SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNBOUND DUBLIN FOR WICKLOW
-
1815WICLKOWSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED NEAR; POSSIBLY REFLOATED; DUBLIN FOR WICKLOW
d e
1816MARY ANNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNORTH OF; NEWRY FOR LIVERPOOL
d e g
1816NELLYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR; LIES IN 18 FATHOMS; FROM GREENOCK FOR RIO DE JANEIRO
d e g h
1820JENNETTSTRANMORE SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
e
1820NICHOLASWHITEHAVEN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR; WHITEHAVEN FOR DUBLIN
e
1824FRIENDSHIPBRAY SLOOPUNKNOWNAT BACK OF PIER; WHITEHAVEN FOR BRAY
e
1829UNKNOWNSCHOONERUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1832WILLIAM & JOHNSLOOPUNKNOWNNEAR,
d
1838BETSEYPORTMADOG SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR,
d e i
1842CAPELLAWHITEHAVEN BRIG - 121 tonsCOALOFF
1
1842JAMESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWRECKED NEAR PIER
d e i
1846PRINCESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED 1 MILE OFF NORTH BAILEY
d e i
 
 
HOWTH continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1848ASTONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF; DUBLIN FOR CHESTER
d
1849UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT NOSE OF HOWTH
d e
1850UNKNOWNSCHOONERUNKNOWNNEAR,
d
1853
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DUBLIN IRON PADDLE STEAMER - 337 tons/150ft.GENERAL & PASSENGERSBETWEEN CLIFFS & BAILEY LIGHTHOUSE; LIES IN 20m; LIVERPOOL FOR DUBLIN
c d e h
1861MARY ANNBELFAST BRIG - 91 tonsCOALAT HARBOUR ENTRANCE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; BELFAST FOR KINGSTOWN
e h
1864CASTLETOWNBELFAST LUGGERUNKNOWNNONE
d
1868LEINSTERPILOT YAWLCREWSUNK IN COLLISION BETWEEN HOWTH & LAMBAY ISLAND
d e h
1875TANTIVYSCHOONER - 64 tonsCOAL0.5 MILES NORTH-WEST OF LIGHTHOUSE; LIVERPOOL FOR WICKLOW
d
1877ARROWGLASGOW SAIL VESSELCOALAT HARBOUR; PROBABLY SALVAGED; GLASGOW FOR ST. MALO
e
1877EVADUBLIN SCHOONER - 59 tonsPOTATOESBETWEEN HOWTH & IRELAND'S EYE; KILLOUGH FOR BRIDGWATER
d e h
1879NORTH SEAPERTH SCHOONER - 99 tonsCOALON SPIT NEAR LIGHTHOUSE; NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE FOR DUBLIN
d e h
1886GEMINIBRIXHAM FISHING SMACK - 48 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 2 MILES OFFSHORE
e
1886LOTUSDUBLIN LUGGER - 5 tonsBALLASTNEAR; CLONTARF FOR HOWTH
e
1887ST. PETERDUBLIN FISHING SLOOP - 48 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED ASTER COLLISION 23 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF,
e
1889FRIENDSDANDY - 16 tonsBALLAST3 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF NOSE OF HOWTH,
d
1897DODGERDUBLIN CUTTER - 4 tonsFISHFOUNDERED 1 MILE OFF THE NOSE; DUBLIN FOR HOWTH
d e
1898LINNETBALDOYLE DANDY - 29 tonsBALLASTDROVE ASHORE AFTER BREAKING MOORINGS
d e
1902STAR OF THE SEADUBLIN LUGGER - 1 tonBALLAST0.75 MILES FROM HARBOUR
d e
1903NANNIEDUBLIN LUGGER - 1 tonBALLASTOFF WEST PIER
e
1907No. 619HOWTH SAIL BARGE - 50 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED OUTSIDE WEST PIER
d e
1910FARMANBI-PLANEMAILA FEW HUNDRED YARDS OFF,
d
1915JUNE ROSEDUBLIN SCHOONER - 83 tonsSCRAP IRONSTRANDED & WRECKED AT HARBOUR
e
1915ST. CATHERINEDUBLIN KETCH - 30 tonsBALLASTAT HARBOUR; PROBABLY SALVAGED
e
1955THERESE EMILE YUONCONCARNEAU MOTOR TRAWLERFISH0.5 MILE NORTH WEST OF HARBOUR; LIES IN 10m
d e h
1975ST. IVORFISHING VESSELBALLASTBETWEEN HOWTH & LOUGHSHINNY
d
1982UNKNOWNTRAWLERUNKNOWNBETWEEN HOWTH & IRELAND'S EYE
h
1989BYDANGREENCASTLE TRAWLER - 60ft.FISH0.75 MILES NORTH EAST OF,
d e h
1989DIETERGALWAY TRAWLER - 60ft.BALLASTOFF EAST PIER; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
e h
1995SCARLETT BUCCANEERIRISH TRAWLER - 34 tonsFISHAT EAST PIER; PROBABLY SALVAGED
d e g
 
 
KILLINEY
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1788ANNA MARIA ANNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEW YORK FOR DUBLIN
d e g h
1804MARY & ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDUNGARVAN FOR LIVERPOOL
d e g
1868 BLUE VEINCOASTERUNKNOWNCAST ASHORE IN STORM
d
1883GLENCE (or GLANCE)DUBLIN SMACK - 16 tonsBUILDING SANDSTRANDED & WRECKED; KILLINEY FOR DUBLIN
d e
1899LOCH FERGUSGLASGOW IRON BARQUE - 874 tonsTINNED GOODS & T.N.T.MOSTLY SALVAGED; GLASGOW FOR BRISBANE
d h
 
 
KINGSTOWN
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1824DWARF H.M.S. NAVY CUTTER - 203 tons10 CARRIAGE MOUNTED CANNONAT ROYAL PIER,
d e h
1826ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT OLD HARBOUR; PROBABLY SALVAGED; CARDIFF FOR DUNDALK
d e g
1826SAMPSONSAIL VESSELCOALDRIVEN ASHORE
d
1836CHARLESSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK ROCKS; LIVERPOOL FOR NEWCASTLE
d
1837COLLONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK EAST PIER; PROBABLY SALVAGED; TROON FOR DUBLIN
d e i
1838MARY ANNSAIL VESSELCOFFEEAT WEST PIER; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1844HEMERBRIGUNKNOWNOFF; FROM MARYPORT
d
1844SARAH ROOKETRAWLER - 81 tonsUNKNOWNAT NEW QUAY
d e h
1844TOMSCHOONERUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1848MARY ANNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNIN HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1849FRIENDSHIPSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d
1852SARAH JANESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNAT CARRIG ROAD; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1852UNKNOWNBRIGUNKNOWN1 MILE FROM PIER
d
1853DAHLIANEWPORT SMACK - 50 tonsINDIAN CORNFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; CORK FOR WICKLOW
e g
1853VICTORIACARDIGAN SCHOONER - 79 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION NEAR HARBOUR MOUTH; GLOUCESTER FOR DUBLIN
d e g
1855ELIZABETHSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFROM BELFAST
d
1855ROSE IN JUNESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1856ROBERT & MARYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNWRECKED AT EAST PIER; PROBABLY SALVAGED
d
1861CLYDEBIDEFORD SCHOONERROCKSALTEAST PO PIER HEAD; BOUND FOR CORK
e h
1861HELENDUNDALK SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRUCK ROCKS
e g
1861INDUSTRYSCHOONER - 56 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR,
e
1861NEPTUNEBRIG - 118 tonsCOALSTRANDED OUTSIDE HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
e
1863NAGPOREEAST INDIAMANUNKNOWNCOLLIDED WITH "PILOT"; UNCLEAR IF SUNK
e h
1863PILOTSCHOONERUNKNOWNCOLLIDED WITH "NAGPORE"; UNCLEAR IF SUNK
d e h
1880ELIZA BEYNONBRIDGWATER KETCH - 34 tonsBRICKSSTRANDED NEAR HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; BRIDGWATER FOR LIVERPOOL
e
1880GANNETDUBLIN CUTTER - 23 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d e
1880JEANETTESTEAM TRAWLER - 23 tonsFISHNEAR COASTGUARD STATION
d e h
1881FALCONPEEL LUGGER - 20 tonsBALLASTAT HARBOUR ENTRANCE; ISLE OF MAN FOR KINSALE
d e
1884EDITHSWANSEA BRIG - 208 tonsBALLASTOFF PIER; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; WATERFORD FOR ARDROSSAN
d e h
1884HEMMERMARYPORT BRIGUNKNOWNNONE
h
1886EVEDUBLIN FISHING SMACK - 33 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION 0.5 MILES OFFSHORE
e
 
 
KINGSTOWN continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1888QUEEN BEECUTTER - 4 tonsUNKNOWNCOLLISION WITH "WATERWITCH" 0.5 MILES WEST OF,
d
1892GWENDOLINESTEAM YACHT - 18 tonsBALLASTAT HARBOUR ENTRANCE; PROBABLY SALVAGED; KINGSTOWN FOR CAERNARFON
d e
1892SEEKISLE OF MAN LUGGER - 19 tonsBALLASTAT WEST PIER; PROBABLY SALVAGED; ISLE OF MAN FOR GLENDORE
d e
1897LIFFEYDUBLIN FISHING SMACK - 50 tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED AR PIER ENTRANCE; PROBABLY SALVAGED
e
1899MABELKINGSTOWN PLEASURE LUGGER - 1 tonPASSENGERSAT HARBOUR ENTRANCE
d e
1899MORECAMBE BELLEDROGHEDA SCHOONER - 100 tonsBURNT OREFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION NEAR HARBOUR ENTRANCE; DROGHEDA FOR CARDIFF
e
1901EBENEZERBRIXHAM FISHING CUTTER - 49 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED OFF
e
1901FLORACOASTGUARD CUTTER - 60 tonsCREWAT HARBOUR OPPOSITE ROYAL IRISH YACHT CLUB
d e h
1901
HAMPTON
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DUBLIN BARQUE - 342 tonsBALLAST & PASSENGERS0.5 MILES FROM PIER; DROGHEDA FOR SWANSEA
d e h
1901JANEARKLOW SCHOONERUNKNOWNAT COASTGUARD STATION
d h
1901OCTAVIUSBRIDGWATER SCHOONER - 71 tonsBURNT ORENEAR; DUBLIN FOR CARDIFF
e
1901SARAH ROURKEDUBLIN SMACK - 51 tonsBALLASTAT COAL HARBOUR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d e
1910GEMCUTTER - 15 tonsUNKNOWNOFF COAST GUARD STATION
d
1910MARY ANNSMACK - 46 tonsUNKNOWNOFF COAST GUARD STATION
d
1910VIGODUBLIN CUTTER - 4 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS
d e
1915AFRICASTEAMER - 1,038 tonsUNKNOWNMINED 1.5 MILES OFF,
h
1915INDUSTRYDUBLIN CUTTER - 51 tonsBALLASTBROKE FROM MOORINGS & BLOWN OUT TO SEA

e

1817GRANUAILEIRISH LIGHTS VESSELCREWOFF,
d
1917MIZPAHDUBLIN SMACK - 50 tonsBALLASTOFF COASTGUARD STATION
d e
 
 
KISH BANK
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1600UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELPASSENGERSNONE
d
1751ELIZABETHGLASGOW SAIL VESSELPOTTERY & TOBACCOSTRANDED & WRECKED
d e i
1782UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELBARKNONE
-
1782UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELBARKTWO VESSELS LOST AT SAME TIME
-
1783COUNT BELLIGIOSO (or BELGIOSA IMPERIAL)LIVERPOOL EAST INDIAMANLEAD INGOTS & SILVER COINS; VALUE 130,000LIVERPOOL FOR LISBON & CHINA
d e g i
1783SUCCESSLONDON EAST INDIAMANGENERALPARTLY SALVAGED; INDIA FOR LONDON
e g
1787JENNY & NANCYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d
1790CHARLEMONTMAIL PACKET VESSELMAIL & PASSENGERSIN VICINITY OF,
d
1790SUCCESSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON KISH BANK TAIL; OPORTO FOR DUBLIN
d e
1800SUCCESSLIVERPOOL EAST INDIAMAN - 1,100 tonsCONVICTSFORMERLY "MOONMAN"; LIVERPOOL FOR DUBLIN
b e
1820DUBLIN PACKETAMERICAN SAIL VESSEL PASSENGERSNEW YORK FOR DUBLIN
d e g
1821NANCYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d e
1823UNKNOWNFULL RIGGERUNKNOWNON SOUTH END OF,
d e
1826OPHELIABOSTON FULL RIGGER - 311 tonsUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR SAVANNAH
d e
1935NILESAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR DUBLIN
d
1839VIGILANTSLOOPUNKNOWNNEAR LIGHT VESSEL; FROM ABERYSTWYTH
d e i
1842MICHAEL'S PILESLIGHTSHIPCREWSANK AT MOORINGS
d
1850MARY ANNMARYPORT SCHOONERUNKNOWNFOUNDERED OFF LIGHTSHIP
e
1851JAMES WRIGHTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNON BAR; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1852JOHN HAWKESBRIG - 173 tonsUNKNOWNON OR NEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR WATERFORD
d
1853ESTHER & SOPHIAGERMAN SAIL VESSEL - 175 tonsCOALLIVERPOOL FOR ST. THOMAS'S
d e
1854SAXONSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNSTRANDED; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM DONAGHADEE
d
1854SCOTLANDSAIL VESSEL - 565 tonsUNKNOWNTOTALLY WRECKED
d
1855ELANORBRIGCOALFOUNDERED; FROM WHITEHAVEN
d
1855FRANCEET BREZILFULL RIGGER - 600 tonsGENERAL & COALFROM HARVE
d e g
1855SIR CHARLES NAPIERLONDON FULL RIGGER - 638 tons10 TONS CAST IRON GOODSFROM LONDON
d e g
1855WALLINGTONBRIGCOALPOSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1859CLYMENEWORKINGTON FULL RIGGER - 826 tonsUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR CALCUTTA
d e
1862CRISISLIVERPOOL IRON BARQUE - 426 tonsGENERALSTRANDED & WRECKED
d e h
 
 
KISH BANK continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1867CATHERINE PORTERBRIGANTINE - 200 tonsCOALFOUNDERED OFF; FROM CHESTER
d e i
1867MARY PORTERFRENCH SCHOONERUNKNOWNNONE
d
1869GLENORCHYIRON SAILING SHIP - 1,284 tonsIRON, COAL & SPIRITSCARGO SALVAGED
-
1872LILYWEXFORD SAIL VESSEL180 TONS PIG IRONAT NORTH END OF; BARROW FOR CARDIFF
d e h
1876VESPERGLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 620 tonsSUGAR & COALGLASGOW FOR DUNKIRK; LIES IN 12m
d e g
1877UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWN1.5 MILES EAST-SOUTH-EAST OF KISH LIGHT
e
1878OLINKAAUSTRIAN BRIG - 415 tonsMAIZE2 MILES SOUTH OF LIGHTSHIP; PHILADELPHIA FOR DUBLIN
d e
1891KATELIVERPOOL SCHOONER - 77 tonsCOALFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION WITH "CLAREMONT" 4 MILES EAST BY SOUTH OF LIGHTVESSEL
d e
1891MAGGIEDUBLIN BRIGANTINE - 242 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED AFTER COLLISION WITH "INNISHTRAHUL" 10 MILES EAST-SOUTH-EAST OF LIGHTVESSEL
d e
1894LIZZIEDUBLIN FISHING CUTTER - 50 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 3 MILES NORTH-EAST OF LIGHTVESSEL
d e
1898MAGGIEHOWTH FISHING YAWL - 4tonsBALLASTSTRANDED & WRECKED NEAR LIGHTSHIP
d e h
1902HIBERNIAGRIMSBY IRON STEAM TRAWLER - 149 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 7 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF LIGHTSHIP
d e
1902MARLEYSTEAM COLLIERCOALFOUNDERED; LIVERPOOL FOR DUBLIN  
1904LADY CAIRNSSAIL SHIP - 1,287 tonsUNKNOWNSUNK IN COLLISION 25 MILES EAST OF KISH LIGHT VESSEL
c
1907ESMERALDAGLOUCESTER SCHOONER - 145 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 10 MILES SOUTH-WEST OF; GLASGOW FOR DEVONPORT
e
1917HARE LIVERPOOL STEAMER - 774 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-62, 7 MILES EAST OF KISH LIGHT VESSEL; MANCHESTER FOR DUBLIN
c d e h
1917W.M. BARKLEYBELFAST ARMED STEAMER - 569 tonsBARRELLS OF GUINNESSTORPEDOED BY UC-75, 7 MILES EAST OF, LIES IN 45m; BROKEN IN TWO; HAS BEEN DIVED; DUBLIN FOR LIVERPOOL
d e h
1918CRESSWELLGREENOCK ARMED STEAMER - 2,829 tonsCOALTORPEDOED BY U-46, 18 MILES EAST BY NORTH NORTH OF KISH LIGHT VESSEL
d e h
1918FERNGLASGOW ARMED STEAMER- 444 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY U-104, 5 MILES EAST BY NORTH OF LIGHTSHIP; DUBLIN FOR HEYSHAM
c d e h
1918INNISFALLENCORK ARMED STEAMER - 1,405 tonsGENERALTORPEDOED BY UB-64, 16 MILES EAST BY NORTH OF KISH LIGHTVESSEL; LIVERPOOL FOR CORK
c d e h
1918KENMARESTEAMER - 565 tonsPASSENGERSTORPEDOED BY U-104 OFF,
d
1918UNKNOWNSTEAMER - 2,000 tonsUNKNOWNTORPEDOED BY UB-120 OFF,
d
1939EUMAEUSSTEAMERUNKNOWNTORPEDOED NEAR No.3 BUOY
h
1945U-1172GERMAN SUBMARINE TYPE VIIC/41CREW20 MILES OFF KISH BANK
d i
1947
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NORWEGIAN MOTORSHIP - 5,230 tonsGENERAL, GRAIN & PASSENGERSNEAR No.2 BUOY; PART SALVAGED; ROSARIO FOR OSLO
d e g h
1948FAUGH A BALLAGHBUCKET DREDGER & TWO BARGESBALLASTFROM DUNDALK
d
1989MAGGIEHOWTH FISHING YAWLFISHOFF KISH LIGHTSHIP
h
 
 
LAMBAY ISLAND
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
672UNKNOWNROMAN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNONE
d
1307UNKNOWNSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNDELIBERATELY WRECKED
d
1689RICHARD & MARTHA50 GUN NAVY SAIL VESSEL - 500 tonsTROOPS FOR CARRICKFERGUSFROM HOYLAKE
d e g h
1760INDUSTRYSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNLIVERPOOL FOR AFRICA
d e g
1780HENRYSAIL VESSEL - 130 tonsSUGARLIVERPOOL FOR DUBLIN
e
1789LANCASTERSAIL VESSEL - 120 tonsUNKNOWNRAN ASHORE; POSSIBLY SALVAGED; FROM NEATH
d e g
1798ALBANYBARQUEUNKNOWNFROM NEW YORK
d
1806ECHOPOOL BRIG - 66 tonsUNKNOWNNONE
d e i
1807UNKNOWNAMERICAN SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNNEAR,
d
1817ROBERT & ROSSSMUGGLING SAIL VESSEL15 HOGSHEADS OF TOBACCO & COALSCUTTLED OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR NEWRY
d e g
1823CLITUSMARYPORT SAIL VESSELUNKNOWNEAST SIDE OF; FROM MARYPORT
d e g
1825CERESSCHOONER - 56 tonsUNKNOWNSTRUCK ROCKS; STAXIGOE FOR DUBLIN
d e g
1826MAID OF THE MILLSAIL VESSELUNKNOWN3 MILES SOUTH-EAST OF; BELFAST FOR DUNDALK
e g
1834ROBERTSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNFOUNDERED NEAR; LIVERPOOL FOR SAVANNAH
d e h
1838JOHN DUGDALELIVERPOOL FULL RIGGER - 313 tonsUNKNOWNOFF,
d e i
1847GRANUAILEIRON PADDLE STEAMER - 245 tonsGRAIN, FLAX & PASSENGERSCAUGHT FIRE NORTH OF; LIVERPOOL FOR DROGHEDA
d e h
1848HORATIOUNKNOWNUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED OFF,
d e h
1849TOMUNKNOWNUNKNOWNSTRANDED & WRECKED
d e h
1851SARAH PRINCESSSAIL VESSELUNKNOWNOFF,
d
1852ROXANNESAIL VESSEL - 124 tonsCOALMARYPORT FOR DUBLIN
d e h
1853EVASTEAMERCOAL15 MILES EAST-NORTH-EAST OF,
d
1854JANEDROGHEDA BRIGCOALFOUNDERED OFF; LIVERPOOL FOR DROGHEDA
d e
1854
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LIVERPOOL FULL RIGGED IRON CLIPPER - 1,977 tons581 EMIGRANTSEAST SIDE OF, NEAR SEAL HOLE; LIES IN 15 - 18m; LIVERPOOL FOR MELBOURNE
a c d e f g h k l m n
1855WILL O'THE WISPNEWCASTLE AUXILIARY SCHOONER - 384 tons/150ft.COAL & PASSENGERSAT BURN ROCK 300 YDS OFF; NEWCASTLE FOR DUBLIN
c d e h
1857UNKNOWNFULL RIGGEDUNKNOWNNORTH OF,
h
1859DUSTY MILLERWHITEHAVEN BRIGANTINE - 240 tonsCOALNORTH EAST CORNER OF; TROON FOR NANTES
d e h
 
 
LAMBAY ISLAND continued..
YearName of VesselType of VesselCargoCommentsRef.
1859TERGISTEAUSTRIAN BRIG - 333 tonsCOALAT PORTRANE ROCKS
d e h
1860No. 1 WRECKAUXILIARY SAIL SHIPUNKNOWNNORTH SIDE OF; DATE APPROX.
e g h
1865MARGARETCUTTER - 41 tonsBALLAST3 MILES SOUTH-SOUTH-EAST OF,
e
1873GEORGINASCHOONERSTONE SETSNORTH EAST CORNER OF, AT THE QUARRY INSIDE TAYLOR ROCKS; LIVERPOOL FOR DUBLIN
d e h
1874CLANSMANDROGHEDA SCHOONER - 93 tonsCOALON TAYLOR'S REEF; AYR FOR DUBLIN
e
1878SHAMROCKWEXFORD SCHOONER - 64 tonsCOALNORTH WEST SIDE OF; GLASGOW FOR NEW ROSS
d e h
1881UNACAERNARFON SCHOONER - 51 tonsROOFING SLATESAT TAYLOR ROCK; ABERDOVEY FOR BELFAST
d e h
1885
GLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 276 tonsCOALNORTH EAST END OF; LIES IN 20m; GLASGOW FOR DUBLIN
d e g l
1887ALBIONWHITEHAVEN IRON STEAMER - 265 tonsCOALSTRANDED & WRECKED; PROBABLY SALVAGED
d e h
1904HYPATIAHATLEPOOL IRON STEAM TRAWLER - 148 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 6 MILES EAST OF,
d e h
1910LANCASHIREFLEETWOOD STEAMER - 212 tonsCOAL1 MILE OFF; BELL HAS BEEN RECOVERED; WIDNES FOR BALBRIGGAN
d e h
1913ISABELLIVERPOOL STEAMER - 233 tonsCOALFOUNDERED 2 MILES NORTH OF; LIES IN 27m; HAS BEEN DIVED; GARSTON FOR BALBRIGGAN
d e h
1916EARNESTMILFORD STEAM TRAWLER - 37 tonsBALLASTFOUNDERED 12 MILES EAST OF,
e 2
1918GERALDINEFISHING SMACK - 23 tonsFISHSHELLED & SUNK BY U-96, 10 MILES EAST OF,
d g
1918
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GLASGOW IRON STEAMER - 815 tons/231ft.HORSES & MUNITIONSNORTH EAST CORNER OF; LIES IN 16m; PARTLY SALVAGED; GLASGOW FOR DUBLIN
d e h l
1918ST. MICHANTRAWLER - 43 tonsFISHSHELLED & SUNK BY U-96, 10 MILES EAST OF,
d e g
1929FISHER LASSMOTOR FISHING BOATBALLASTCAUGHT FIRE & SANK 7 MILES EAST OF,
d e h
1942BEATRICESTEAM TRAWLERBALLASTNONE
d
1954ST. EUNANCOLLIERCOALOFF; POSSIBLY SALVAGED
d
1957ROSE MYSTIQUELORIENT TRAWLERBALLASTOFF CLIFFS ON NORTH SIDE OF; HAS BEEN DIVED
d e h
1964UNKNOWNYACHT - 20 ft.CREWON TAYLOR'S ROCKS
d
1979CU NA MARATRAWLER - 55ft.FISHLIES IN 6m
d h
1992SANTANAHOWTH TRAWLER - 56ft.FISHNEAR TAYLOR'S ROCK; LIES IN 5m
d e h
1994VISIONDUBLIN TRAWLERBALLASTAT NORTH-WEST CORNER; MOSTLY SALVAGED
d e h
 
 
SOURCE PUBLICATIONS:
a
"Bound for Australia - The loss of the Tayleur"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 2003 - ISBN: 095230273X
b
"Death in the Irish Sea - The Sinking of RMS Leinster"
by
Roy Stokes
Collins Press 1998 - ISBN: 1898256527
c
"Dictionary of Disasters at Sea during the Age of Steam 1824 - 1962"
by
Charles Hocking
London Stamp Exchange 1989 - ISBN: 0948130474
d
"Irish Wrecks Database"
by
Roy Stokes & Liam Dowling
e
"Shipwreck Index of Ireland"
by
Richard & Bridget Larn
Lloyd's Register - Fairplay Ltd 2002 - ISBN: 1900839970
f
"Shipwrecks of Great Britain & Ireland"
by
Richard Larn
David & Charles
g
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 932 - 1997"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1998 - ISBN: 0952302713
h
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1105 - 1993"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 1994 - ISBN: 0952302705
i
"Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast 1582 - 2000"
by
Edward J. Bourke
Edward J. Bourke 2000 - ISBN: 0952302721
j
Sub Sea Magazine
by
Roy Stokes
Irish Underwater Council 1999 - ISSN 0791 475X
k
"Tayleur - The First Titanic"
by
H.F. Starkey
Avid Publications 1999 - ISBN: 1902964004
l
"Underwater Ireland Guide to Irish Dive Sites"
by
Irish Underwater Council
CFT 1999 - ISBN: 0948283025
m
"White Star"
by
R. Anderson
n
"Wreck & Rescue on East Coast of Ireland"
by
John De Courcy Ireland
Glendale Press 1983 - ISBN: 0907606091
 
 
OTHER SOURCES:
1
Internet 2006
2
Internet 2006
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