Ships hit during WWI

Johnny Toole

NameJohnny Toole
TypeSailing vessel
GRT84 tons
Country  British
BuilderH. M. Restarick, Bideford
OperatorJames C. Coxon, Newport, Mon.
HistoryWooden ketch. Lengthened at Yarmouth in 1897

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Johnny Toole

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
129 Apr 1918U 105 (Friedrich Strackerjan)SunkStopped and sunk by gunnery about 3 miles S of the Tuskar Light

Newport - Ballycotton

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