Ships hit during WWI

General Leman

NameGeneral Leman
TypeFishing vessel (smack)
GRT57 tons
Country  British
BuilderK. Jackman & Sons, Brixham
OperatorThomas G. Bishop, Milford
HistoryWooden ketch. Port registration: M 20. General Leman is typically as of 45 tons; that is vessel’s net tonnage.

U-boat attacks on Fishing vessel (smack) General Leman

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
129 Jan 1918UB 55 (Ralph Wenninger)SunkStopped and sunk by gunnery 14 miles SE of Beachy Head
50° 21'N, 3° 10'W


Position of attack on General Leman


1918 (1).

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