Lost in WW1

Drina Dronning Maud Duchess of Cornwall
Duckbridge Dulcie Dulwich (1893)
Dulwich (1916) Dunbarmoor Dundalk
Dundee


This page includes basic information about the ships and how they were lost, a photo of the relevant panel(s) of the Tower Hill Memorial and information about those that lost their lives extracted from the CWGC database. In the table I have included information about those who served on the ships but who had a normal burial as this seems appropriate to me. In some cases further family information about the individuals may be available on the CWGC website [7].

Drina

Drina was a 11,483 GRT steam passenger/cargo ship (ref) completed in 1913 by Harland & Wolff for Elder Line Ltd. From 1915 she was owned by Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. She sank on 1 March 1917 after striking a mine laid by German submarine UC-65 at position 51° 41' N, 05° 20' W - approximately 2 nautical miles West of Skokam Island. She was en route from Buenos Aires to Liverpool with passengers and general cargo.

Drina

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Berry Edward 26 01/03/1917 Greaser Tower Hill Memorial Refg. Son Of James Berry And Ellen Berry, Of 39, Armstrong St., Bootle, Lancs.
Briscoe Robert 27 01/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Richard And Elizabeth Briscoe, Of 64, Shelley St., Bootle, Lancs. Born At Liverpool.
Donovan Daniel 23 01/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Timothy And Mary Jane Donovan, Of 335, Reading St., Stanley Rd., Liverpool.
Doyle John James 27 01/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial (Served As Viggor), Son Of Katherine Viggor (Formerly Doyle); Husband Of Sarah Doyle (Nee Hurst), Of 30, Maple Grove, Seaforth, Lancs. Born At Liverpool.
England Thomas 58 01/03/1917 Greaser Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mary England And The Late George England; Husband Of The Late Eliza England. Born At Pontefract.
Holes Norton 31 01/03/1917 Fourth Engineer Officer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Stephen Holes And The Late Annie Holes; Husband Of Beatrice Emma Holes (Nee Amfield), Of 58, Archer S Rd., Southampton. Born At Southampton.
Jones Frederico Saldanha 22 01/03/1917 6th Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Kathleen Hughes (Formerly Jones), Of 7, Gelli Crescent Risca, Newport Mon., And The Late David Morris Jones. Born At Rio-De-Janeiro.
Lloyd Thomas 39 01/03/1917 Greaser Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Thomas And Mary Lloyd. Born At Liverpool.
McTaggart Edward 44 01/03/1917 Greaser Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Edward And Agnes Mctaggart; Husband Of Hanorah Mctaggart (Nee O Keefe), Of 5, Percy Grove, Marsh St., Kirkdale, Liverpool. Born At Glasgow.
Martin Thomas Edward 32 01/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Thomas E. Martin And The Late Margaret Martin; Husband Of Jane Martin (Nee Price), Of 81, Howe St., Everton, Lancs. Born At Liverpool.
Murray James 22 01/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of James And Jane Murray; Husband Of Margaret Murray (Nee Kelly), Of 43, Arthur St., Walton, Liverpool. Born At Liverpool.
O Connor Patrick 31 01/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of James And Bridget O Connor; Husband Of Margaret O Connor (Nee Dunne), Of 27, Skinning St., Great Homer St., Liverpool. Born At Liverpool.
Tarpey Samuel 22 01/03/1917 Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Andrew Tarpey, Of 189, Price St., Birkenhead, And The Late Ellen Tarpey.

Dronning Maud

Dronning Maud was a 2,663 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1917 by Fredriksstad Mek. Verks. for A/S Ivar An.Christensens Rederi. From 1917 she was under the control of the British Government and managed by W.A.Souter & Co. She was sunk on 22 April 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-34 at position 38° 00' N, 04° 56' E - approximately 65 nautical miles North by East of Cap Sigli. She was en route from Sunderland to Malta.

Dronning Maud

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Toby Tom 24 22/04/1918 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Sierra Leone.

Duchess of Cornwall

Duchess of Cornwall was a 1,720 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1889 by W. Gray & Co., Ltd. for J.& R.B.Chellew. She was sunk on 11 April 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine UC-26 approximately 5 nautical miles North of Cape Barfleur. She was en route from London to Le Havre.

Duchess of Cornwall
Duchess of Cornwall

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Bascombe Arthur Stanley 31 11/04/1917 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William Henry And Eliza Bascombe, Of 11, Trelawney Rd., Falmouth. Born At Flushing, Falmouth.
Carter C 59 11/04/1917 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Born In London.
Davies Rees 31 11/04/1917 Third Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Frances Eliza Davies (Nee Redford), Of 21, Bridgend St., Splott, Cardiff. Born At Swansea.
Goodley Victor George Vine 16 11/04/1917 Mess Room Steward Tower Hill Memorial (Served As Vine). Son Of The Late James And Minnie Rosina Vine (Nee Goodley). Born At Paddington, London.
Halcrow Adam 17 11/04/1917 Leading Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son of Adam and Janet Halcrow, of 8, St. Magnus St., Lerwick, Shetland. Mr. Halcrow was a member of the Royal Naval Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 27 of the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Harris John 61 11/04/1917 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Samuel And Margaret Harris. Born At Totnes, Devon.
Hollocombe William 47 11/04/1917 First Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late James William And Mary Hollocombe; Husband Of Mary Hollocombe (Nee Brown), Of 165, Stanwell Rd., Penarth, Glam. Born At Falmouth.
Irvine William 49 11/04/1917 Master Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Catherine Irvine, Of 49, Upper Sandhurst Rd., Brislington, Bristol.
Lelean James 53 11/04/1917 Chief Officer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Mabel Maria Lelean (Nee Watts), Of 8, Sea View Terrace, St. Mawes, Cornwall. Born At Mevagissey, Cornwall.
Lumley Robert 39 11/04/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Rose Lumley, Of 85, Stocks Rd., Bermondsey, London. Born At Stockton.
Mallet T.M. 23 11/04/1917 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of T. J. Mallet, Of 20, White Horse Rd., Croydon. Born At Chatham.
McDonald Jas 32 11/04/1917 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Aberdeen.
Mills Charles Thomas 43 11/04/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mrs. Christina Mills, Of 12, St. Paul S Lane, Rotherhithe St., Rotherhithe, London. Born At Rotherhithe.
Pearce Arthur 47 11/04/1917 Ship s Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Walter And Henrietta Pearce (Nee Aylin). Born In London.
Petersen E 36 11/04/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Russia.
Smith A 59 11/04/1917 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Mary A. Smith, Of 177, Manor Place, Walworth, London. Born At Paddington, London.
Smith Robert Scott 35 11/04/1917 Boatswain Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Jane Scott Smith; Husband Of Margaret Mclean (Formerly Scott Smith, Nee Weir), Of 39, Rose St., Dundee. Born At Dundee.
Sullivan Philip 49 11/04/1917 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Timothy And Mary Sullivan; Husband Of Mary Ann Sullivan (Nee Shea), Of 20, Adam St., Cardiff, Glam. Born At Cardiff.
Taylor Albert Edward 15 11/04/1917 Ordinary Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Thomas And Mary Taylor, Of 66, Hammond Rd., Southall, Middlesex. Born At Islington, London.
Trott W 16 11/04/1917 Ordinary Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of F. Trott, Of 342, Grosvenor Buildings, Manisty St., Poplar, London. Born In London.
Van Noey Augustine Antonio Antonette 27 11/04/1917 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Cornelius And Selina Maria Van Noey; Husband Of Celina Maria Van Noey (Nee Gorio), Of 30, Westerham Rd., Leyton, Essex. Born At Antwerp, Belgium.
Van Rossen T 56 11/04/1917 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Born In Belgium.
Webb W.A. 44 11/04/1917 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Mrs. Webb, Of 30, Garway Rd., Custom House, London. Born In London.

Duckbridge

Duckbridge was a 1,491 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1914 by Craig, Taylor & Co. Ltd, for Duckbridge Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. and managed by Thomas L.Weiss. She sank on 22 February 1916 after striking a mine laid by German Raider Moewe approximately 6 nautical miles North from Straithie Point. She was en route from Cardiff to the Orkney Islands with a cargo of welsh steam coal for the British fleet.

Duckbridge

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Chionas Nicolaos A. 31 22/02/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Greece.
Clayburn William 22/02/1916 Master Tower Hill Memorial
Davies Emrys John 16 22/02/1916 Signaller Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William Joshua Davies, Of 10, Park Crescent, Barry, Glam., And The Late Jane Davies.
Davies Thomas Jones 22/02/1916 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Mary Davies; Husband Of Selina Davies (Nee Thomas), Of Vulcan Place, Aberayron, Cardiganshire. Born In Cardiganshire.
Davies William 22/02/1916 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial
De Vine James Arthur Forrest 50 22/02/1916 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth De Vine And The Late John De Vine; Husband Of Phoebe Constance De Vine (Nee Gammell), Of Church Lodge, East Challow, Wantage, Berks. Born At Aldershot.
Elphinstone William Pierce 38 22/02/1916 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Pierce William And Jean Elphinstone; Husband Of Mary Elphinstone (Nee Maguire), Of 8, Bishop St., Anderston, Glasgow. Born At Glasgow.
Harrison Frederick William 20 22/02/1916 Cook and Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Frederick William And Sarah Jane Harrison, Of 78, Hylton Rd., Sunderland. Born At Sunderland.
Macdonald Andrew Pearson 21 22/02/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Andrew Pearson Macdonald And Mary Macdonald, Of 25, Pitcairn St., Dunfermline, Fife. Born At Kingsbarns, Fife.
Magulianos Gabril 26 22/02/1916 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Christo And Eftiktha Magulianos; Husband Of Annie Maud Magulianos (Nee Roderick), Of 6, Sydenham St., Barry Dock. Born At Ithaca, Greece.
Moody Arthur 23 22/02/1916 Lamps and Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Annie Baron (Formerly Moody), Of 28, Marlborough Avenue, Goole, And The Late Jonathan Moody.
Morrison Thomas 57 22/02/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late John And Margaret Morrison; Husband Of Mary Anne Morrison (Nee Jones), Of 6, High Terrace, New Quay, Cardiganshire. Born At Dublin.
Petersen 22/02/1916 Assistant Steward Tower Hill Memorial Born In Denmark.
Potter Walter Bartholomew 34 22/02/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Charles And Annie Potter; Husband Of Ethel Mary Potter (Nee Morris), Of 28, Adelaide St., Cardiff. Born At Wilton.
Rasmussen Henry 49 22/02/1916 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Mrs. Annie Rasmussen; Husband Of Susan Rasmussen (Nee Hosking), Of 71, Lewis Terrace, Llwyncelyn, Porth (Rhondda), Glam. Born At Christiania, Norway.
Rowland George Emmerson 37 22/02/1916 Second Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Thomas And Margaret Rowland; Husband Of Isabella Reid Rowland (Nee Parry), Of 68, Frost St., Tyne Dock, South Shields. Born At South Shields.
Scott James William 44 22/02/1916 First Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Elizabeth Scott, And The Late William Scott; Husband Of Ethel Muriel Scott (Nee Clark), Of 77, Hawthorne Terrace, Westoe Lane, South Shields. Born At South Shields.
Sharpe James Edward 44 22/02/1916 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late James Sharpe; Husband Of Isabella Riescher Sharpe (Nee Russell), Of 5, Hey St., Cleethorpes, Lincs. Born At Cheshunt.

Dulcie

Dulcie was a 2,032 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1900 by W. Gray & Co., Ltd. for C.Nielsen & Sons. She was sunk on 19 June 1915 by torpedo fired by German submarine UB-13 approximately 6 nautical miles East of Aldeburgh. She was en route from Dunston to Havre with a cargo of coal.

Dulcie

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Johnson Peter 54 19/06/1915 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial

Dulwich (1893)

Dulwich (1893) was a 3,276 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1893 by Ropner & Son for Watts, Watts & Co. She was sunk on 15 February 1915 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-16 approximately 6 nautical miles North of Cape d'Antifer. She was en route from Hull to Rouen with a cargo of coal.

Dulwich (1893)

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Hedge Thomas 35 15/02/1915 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Greenwich.
Mace Joseph Alfred 45 15/02/1915 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Husband Of Betsy Adelaide Dimsdale (Formerly Mace), Of 226, Elm Grove, Brighton. Born At Portsmouth.

Dulwich (1916)

Dulwich (1916) was a 1,460 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1916 by Dublin Dockyard Co. Ltd. for South Metropolitan Gas Co. She sank on 10 June 1917 after striking a mine laid by German submarine UB-12 at position 52° 08' N, 01° 45' E - approximately 7 nautical miles North by East of the Shipwash light vessel. She was en route from Seaham to London with a cargo of coal.

Dulwich (1916)

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref Additional Information
Antonio Demetri 32 10/06/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Greece.
Butters John 57 10/06/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Henry And Jane Butters; Husband Of Mary Butters (Nee Smith), Of 51, Cambridge St., South Shields. Born At Sunderland.
Hutching William 28 10/06/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late William, And Jane Hutching; Husband Of Dorothy Middleton Hutching (Nee Bickford), Of 81, Coleridge Avenue, South Shields. Born At Sunderland.
Osolin John 35 10/06/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born In Russia.
Sayers Charles 59 10/06/1917 First Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Born At Portsmouth.

Dunbarmoor

Dunbarmoor was a 3,651 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1903 by W. Doxford & Sons Ltd. for Moor Line Ltd. and managed by W.Runciman & Co. She was sunk on 8 March 1917 by gunfire from German submarine U-44 at position 51° 22' N, 14° 31' W - approximately 180 nautical miles West-North-West of Fastnet. She was en route from Rosario to Manchester with a cargo of wheat.


Mr. Collins, ship's Master, is not commemorated at Tower Hill and was buried in Ireland so he presumably survived the submarine attack but died shortly afterwards.

Dunbarmoor

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Collins E.J. 12/03/1917 Master Galway (Bohermore) New Cemetery Prot. K. 4. 19.
Farley Peter 17 08/03/1917 Sailor Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Cornelius And Mary Farley, Of Scilly Hill, Kinsale, Co. Cork.
Green Eustace 36 08/03/1917 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Mrs. Martha Ann Green; Husband Philippa Green (Nee Kennedy), Of 23, Beverley St., Cadoxton, Barry, Glam. Born At Barbados.
Kassell Ernest William 08/03/1917 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mr. W. E. Kassell, Of 5, Sandringham Gardens, North Shields.
McWilliams John 41 08/03/1917 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Thomas And Elizabeth Mcwilliams; Husband Of Martha Mcwilliams (Nee Taggart), Of 1, Vicarage St., Belfast. Born In Belfast.
Marshall Ernest 08/03/1917 Wireless Operator Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mrs. Marshall, Of 9, India St., Summerseat, Manchester.
Pentecost Harry 39 08/03/1917 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Born At Pentecost Island, New Hebrides.
Peters Thomas Ephraim 33 08/03/1917 Ship s Cook Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Henry And Caroline Euphemia Peters. Of North River Rd., Kingstown, St. Vincent, British West Indies. Born At Kingstown, St. Vincent.
Priestley Leonard 17 08/03/1917 Apprentice Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Isaac And Elizabeth Walker Priestley (Nee Jenkins), Of 221, Strone Rd., Manor Park, Essex. Born At East Ham.
Slaymaker William Thomas 08/03/1917 Private Tower Hill Memorial Mr. Slaymaker was a member of the Royal Marine Light Infantry and is also commemorated on panel 27 of the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Surridge John Ogborne 47 08/03/1917 First Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Octavius And Ann Surridge; Husband Of Isabella Surridge (Nee James), Of 1, Eagle St., Port Talbot, Glam. Born At Swansea.
Wilson William 37 08/03/1917 Boatswain Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Robert And Eliza Wilson; Husband Of Sarah Jane Wilson (Nee Gray), Of 10, Southwell St., Belfast. Born At Belfast.

Dundalk

Dundalk was a 863 GRT steam passenger/cargo ship completed in 1899 by A. & J. Inglis for Dundalk & Newry Steam Packet Co. Ltd. She was sunk on 14 October 1918 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-90 at position 53° 30' N, 04° 39' W - approximately 5 miles North-North-West of The Skerries, Anglesey. She was en route from Liverpool to Dundalk with a general cargo.

Dundalk

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Bennett Edward 38 14/10/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Daniel And Margaret Bennett; Husband Of Katie Bennett (Nee Vallsly), Of Lisdoo, Dundalk, Co. Louth. Born At Dundalk.
Creegan Margaret 38 14/10/1918 Stewardess Tower Hill Memorial Daughter Of Patrick Creegan, Of Point Rd., Dundalk, Co. Louth, And The Late Mary Creegan.
Fox Joseph 27 14/10/1918 Cattleman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Joseph And Ann Fox. Born At Dundalk.
Grey Harold 19 14/10/1918 Ordinary Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son of the late Lewis Grey and Selina Grey, of Hafod, Swansea. Mr. Grey was a member of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and is also commemorated on panel 30 of the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Halfpenny Joseph 38 14/10/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of John And Mary Ann Halfpenny; Husband Of Josephine Halfpenny (Nee Fitzgerald), Of Quay St., Dundalk, Co. Louth. Born At Dundalk.
Hernon James 40 14/10/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Anne Hernon, Of Lower Merches, Dundalk, Co. Louth, And The Late Michael Hernon.
Hughes Patrick 41 14/10/1918 Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Mary Hughes, Of Lisdoo, Dundalk, Co. Louth, And The Late John Hughes.
Johnston Edward 41 14/10/1918 Chief Engineer Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Arthur And Hannah Johnston; Husband Of Mary Elisabeth Johnston (Nee Magee), Of Mary Street House, Dundalk, Co. Louth. Born At Dundalk.
Kieran Francis John 19 14/10/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Joseph And Mary Kieran, Of Custom House, Dundalk, Co. Louth. Born At Liverpool.
McKeown William 55 14/10/1918 Able Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Patrick And Ann Mckeown; Husband Of Elizabeth Mckeown (Nee Mcguiness), Of 48, Barrack St., Dundalk, Co. Louth. Born At Strangford, Co. Down.
Mathews Peter 46 14/10/1918 Steward Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Peter And Alice Mathews; Husband Of Mary Alice Mathews (Nee Booth), Of 46, Broughton St., Dundalk, Co. Louth. Born At Dundalk.
Melia Patrick 50 14/10/1918 Second Mate Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Edward And Anne Melia; Husband Of The Late Ellen Melia (Nee Rooney). Born At Dundalk.
Morgan Vincent 25 14/10/1918 Greaser Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Patrick And Margaret Morgan, Of 8, Castle Town Rd., Dundalk, Co. Louth.
Muckean John Michael 47 14/10/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of The Late Hugh And Margaret Muckean. Born At Dundalk.
O'Neill Hugh 14/10/1918 Master Tower Hill Memorial
Sloane Peter Valentine 17 14/10/1918 Ordinary Seaman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Peter And Maggie Sloane, Of Killowenville, Dundalk, Co. Louth.
Stack John 33 14/10/1918 Fireman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of Thomas Stack, Of Brown S Row, Dundalk, Co. Louth, And The Late Rose Stack.
Stowell Daniel 33 14/10/1918 Quartermaster Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William And Mary Catherine Stowell, Of O Connell S Terrace, Dundalk, Co. Louth.
Tuite Thomas 21 14/10/1918 Donkeyman Tower Hill Memorial Son Of William Tuite, Of Quay St., Dundalk, Co. Louth, And The Late Brigid Tuite.

Dundee

Dundee was a 2,278 GRT steam cargo ship completed in 1906 by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd. for Dundee Steamship Co. Ltd. From 1915 she was owned by Canada Steamship Lines Ltd. She was sunk on 31 January 1917 by torpedo fired by German submarine U-55 at position 50° 22' N, 05° 36' W - approximately 10 nautical miles North by West from St.Ives. She was en route from London to Swansea in ballast.

Dundee

Casualties

Surname Forename Age Honours/
Awards
D.O.D Rank Cemetery/
Memorial
Grave Ref. Additional Information
Nicholas Alexander 45 31/01/1917 Fireman and Trimmer Tower Hill Memorial Born In Dominica.

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