Sunday 16th May 1915

 

 

 

Monday 17th May 1915

 The Grimsby trawler GY 1210 King Charles was sunk by a Torpedo Boat in the North West corner of the Dogger Bank. The crew were made prisoners.

 

Tuesday 18th May 1915

 The Hull trawler H 370 Euclid was sunk by a Torpedo Boat in the North West corner of the Dogger Bank. The crew were made prisoners.

The Hull trawler H 388 Duke of Wellington was sunk by a Torpedo Boat in the North West corner of the Dogger Bank. The crew were made prisoners.

The Hull trawler H 903 Titania was sunk by a Torpedo Boat in the North West corner of the Dogger Bank. The crew were made prisoners.

 

 

 

Wednesday  19th May 1915

 The Hull trawler H 499 Chrysolite was stopped and sunk by U 23 (Commander:Hans Schulthess) 25 miles Southwest by South of Lerwick.

The Aberdeen trawler A 334 Crimond was stopped and sunk by U 23 (Commander:Hans Schulthess) 50 miles South Southwest of Fairisle.

The Aberdeen owned trawler FD 34 Lucerne was stopped and sunk by U 23 (Commander:Hans Schulthess) 50 miles Northeast by East of Rattray Head. For further detail of the ship, courtesy of Bosun's Watch please click on her name above.

 

 

 

Thursday 20th May 1915

 

Friday 21st May 1915

 The Hull trawler H 346 Sabrina sank after striking a mine 160 miles East Northeast of the Spurn Light Vessel.

The skipper and 8 man crew were lost.

W Blanchard, Skipper.

H Abbot, 22, Second Engineer.

S Fry, 21, Second Hand.

H Hamilton, 34, Third Hand.

Arthur William Johnson, 15, Deckhand.

John Edward Johnson, 17, Trimmer

William Moses Morris, 32, Boatswain.

H Shaw, 48, First Engineer

Arthur Elijah Tungate, 54, Cook.

 

 

Saturday  22nd May 1915