Ships hit during WWI

Mary Fanny

NameMary Fanny
TypeSailing vessel
GRT94 tons
Country  British
Builder?, Anglesea
OperatorHarriet Galsworthy (Arthur Galsworthy), Bideford
HistoryWooden ketch

U-boat attacks on Sailing vessel Mary Fanny

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
115 Sep 1918UB 64 (Ernst Krieger)SunkSunk by gunnery 14 miles ESE of the Codling Bank LV

Garston - New Ross

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