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BRITISH MERCHANT SHIPS LOST to ENEMY ACTION
Part 2 of 3 -
January-August 1917 in date order

from the original and uncorrected "British Vessels Lost at Sea, 1914-1918", published by HMSO, 1919

SS Lucy Anderson, lost 12 March 1917, (Dave Martin)

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1. Information in order: Name, Type where listed (otherwise steam ship - passenger ship, passenger-cargo, tramp, bulk tanker etc), Tons gross, Date of loss, Position, Cause of Loss/How attacked/How Sunk, Lives Lost/Crew taken prisoner.

2. All British shipping losses are due to German surface ships, submarines or aircraft, except for some vessels sunk by Austro-Hungarian submarines in the Mediterranean or scuttled in the Baltic

3. Lives lost include crew and civilian passengers, but not military personnel

 

 
 

1917 

JANUARY 1917 

BAYCRAIG, 3,761grt, defensively-armed, 1 January 1917, 84 miles ESE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

IVERNIA, 14,278grt, defensively-armed, 1 January 1917, 58 miles S by E E from Cape Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 36 lives lost

HOLLY BRANCH, 3,568grt, 1 January 1917, 14 miles NE by N from Ile de Bas, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

CARLYLE, 466grt, 2 January 1917, 5 miles WSW from Ile de Sein LH, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

WRAGBY, 3,641grt, 4 January 1917, 45 miles W by N from C Spartel, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

LONCLARA, 1,294grt, 4 January 1917, off River Wear, mined and sunk, 4 lives lost

ALLIE, 1,127grt, 5 January 1917, 10 miles W by N from Ile de Re, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LESBIAN, 2,555grt, defensively-armed, 5 January 1917, 125 miles E by S from Malta, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master made prisoner

HUDWORTH, 3,966grt, defensively-armed, 6 January 1917, 94 miles ESE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BEAUFRONT, 1,720grt, 6 January 1917, 76 miles NW by W from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

BRENDA, sailing vessel, 249grt, 7 January 1917, 10 miles SSW from Beachy Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MOHACSFIELD, 3,678grt, defensively-armed, 7 January 1917, 40 miles SE by E E from Malta, captured by submarine, not known how sunk, 3 lives lost Master made prisone,

RADNORSHIRE, 4,310grt, defensively-armed, 7 January 1917, 110 miles E (true) from Pernambuco, captured by raider Mowe, sunk by bombs

ANDONI, 3,188grt, defensively-armed, 8 January 1917, 46 miles SE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost Master made prisoner

LYNFIELD, 3,023grt, defensively-armed, 8 January 1917, 32 miles SE by S from Malta, captured by submarine, not known how sunk, 1 life lost Master made prisoner

BAYNESK, 3,286grt, defensively-armed, 9 January 1917, 130 miles N by W from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

EXCELLENT, 1,944grt, 9 January 1917, 40 miles N W from Noop Head, Orkneys, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master made prisoner

MINIEH, 3,806grt, 9 January 1917, 170 miles ENE (true) from Pernambuco, captured by raider Mowe, sunk by bombs

GLADYS ROYLE, 3,268grt, 9 January 1917, 120 miles S W (true) from Sta Maria, Azores, captured by sailing ship raider Seeadler, sunk by bombs

BROOKWOOD, 3,093grt, 10 January 1917, 210 miles N by W from C Finisterre, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 2 lives lost

NETHERBY HALL, 4,461grt, 10 January 1917, 300 miles E by N (true) from Pernambuco, captured by raider Mowe, sunk by bombs

LUNDY ISLAND, 3,095grt, 10 January 1917, 190 miles SE E true from Sta Maria, Azores, captured by sailing ship raider Seeadler, sunk by gunfire, Steward made prisoner

BRENTWOOD, 1,192grt, 12 January 1917, 4 miles ENE from Whitby, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

AUCHENCRAG, 3,916grt, 12 January 1917, 20 miles W from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 4 lives lost

TOFTWOOD, 3,082grt, 13 January 1917, 24 miles N W from Sept lles, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

MARTIN, 1,904grt, 14 January 1917, 8 miles N by W from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

PORT NICHOLSON, 8,418grt, defensively-armed, 15 January 1917, 15 miles W N from Dunkirk, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

GARFIELD, 3,838grt, defensively-armed, 15 January 1917, 60 miles NE by N N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

KINPURNEY, sailing vessel, 1,944grt, 15 January 1917, 110 miles W from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

BARON SEMPILL, 1,607grt, 16 January 1917, 180 miles SW from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MANCHESTER INVENTOR, 4,247grt, 18 January 1917, 50 miles NW by W W from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

NAILSEA COURT, 3,295grt, defensively-armed, 19 January 1917, 32 miles W from the Skelligs, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TREMEADOW, 3,653grt, 19 January 1917, 35 miles NE N from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

LILIAN H, sailing vessel, 467grt, 19 January 1917, 15 miles S by E from Old Head of Kinsale, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

NEUQUEN, 3,583grt, 20 January 1917, 20 miles NW by W from the Skelligs, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 18 lives lost including Master

BULGARIAN, 2,515grt, defensively-armed, 20 January 1917, Atlantic, probably torpedoed without warning by submarine, 14 lives lost including Master, 9 crew made prisoners

PLANUDES, 542grt, January 1917, North Sea, probably mined and sunk, date uncertain, listed as 20th?, 11 lives lost including Master

TREVEAN, 3,081grt, defensively-armed, 22 January 1917, 240 miles SW by W from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, Master and two gunners made prisoners

CLAN SHAW, 3,943grt, defensively-armed, 23 January 1917, Mouth of the Tay, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

JEVINGTON, 2,747grt, 23 January 1917, 52 miles NW W from Cape Ortegal, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TABASCO, 2,987grt, 26 January 1917, 55 miles WNW from the Skelligs, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

MATHERAN, 7,664grt, defensively-armed, 26 January 1917, 9 miles W from Dassen Island, Cape of Good Hope, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

ARTIST, 3,570grt, defensively-armed, 27 January 1917, 58 miles W S from the Smalls, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 35 lives lost including Master

AVA, 5,076grt, defensively-armed, January 1917, off S Atlantic, probably torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 27th?, 92 lives lost including Master

PERCE, sailing vessel, 364grt, 28 January 1917, 150 miles NE by N (true) from St Paul Rocks, captured by sailing ship raider Seeadler, sunk by gunfire

RAVENSBOURNE, 1,226grt, defensively-armed, 31 January 1917, 8 miles SE from Tyne, mined and sunk, 3 lives lost

DUNDEE, 2,278grt, defensively-armed, 31 January 1917, 10 miles N by W from St Ives Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

IDA DUNCAN, tug, 139grt, 31 January 1917, mile E from S Gare LH, mined and sunk, 6 lives lost including Master

LUX, 2,621grt, January 1917, Atlantic, Atlantic, probably torpedoed without warning by submarine, date unknown, listed in January, 29 lives lost including Master

FEBRUARY 1917

ESSONITE, 589grt, 1 February 1917, 3 miles NNW from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

ISLE OF ARRAN, sailing vessel, 1,918grt, 2 February 1917, 100 miles S from Old Head of Kinsale, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

EAVESTONE, 1,858grt, 3 February 1917, 95 miles W from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 5 lives lost including Master

PORT ADELAIDE, 8,181grt, defensively-armed, 3 February 1917, 180 miles SW from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

HOLLINSIDE, 2,682grt, defensively-armed, 3 February 1917, 115 miles WSW from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BELFORD, sailing vessel, 1,905grt, 3 February 1917, 110 miles W from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

FLORIDIAN, 4,777grt, 4 February 1917, 200 miles W by N from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 5 lives lost Master, Chief Engineer and W/T operator made prisoners

PALMLEAF, 5,489grt, defensively-armed, 4 February 1917, 230 miles W from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and Chief Engineer made prisoners

TURINO, 4,241grt, defensively-armed, 4 February 1917, 174 miles W from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

GHAZEE, 5,084grt, 4 February 1917, 2 miles SSW from Galley Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DAUNTLESS, 2,157grt, defensively-armed, 4 February 1917, 10 miles from La Coubre Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 15 lives lost

HURSTWOOD, 1,229grt, 5 February 1917, 6 miles NE from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and

WARLEY PICKERING, 4,196grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1917, 46 miles W by N from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WARTENFELS, 4,511grt, defensively-armed, 5 February 1917, 120 miles SW from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Master made prisoner

AZUL, 3,074grt, 5 February 1917, 180 miles W N from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

CLIFTONIAN, 4,303grt, defensively-armed, 6 February 1917, 4 miles S E from Galley Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SAXON BRITON, 1,337grt, defensively-armed, 6 February 1917, 3 miles NNE from Gurnard Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

VESTRA, 1,021grt, defensively-armed, 6 February 1917, 5 miles NE from Hartlepool, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CROWN POINT, 5,218grt, defensively-armed, 6 February 1917, 55 miles W from Scilly Isles, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost including Master

CORSICAN PRINCE, 2,776grt, 7 February 1917, 3 miles E from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SAINT NINIAN, 3,026grt, defensively-armed, 7 February 1917, 3 miles E from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

CALIFORNIA, 8,669grt, defensively-armed, 7 February 1917, 38 miles W by S from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 43 lives lost

BOYNE CASTLE, 245grt, 7 February 1917, 12 miles N by E from St Abb's Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SAXONIAN, 4,855grt, 7 February 1917, 270 miles W by N from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

VEDAMORE, 6,330grt, defensively-armed, 7 February 1917, 20 miles W from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost

GRAVINE, 1,242grt, defensively-armed, 7 February 1917, 85 miles W from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost Master and 14 made prisoners

HANNA LARSEN, 1,311grt, 8 February 1917, 20 miles E N from Spurn Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

LULLINGTON, 2,816grt, 8 February 1917, 3 miles E from Royal Sovereign LV, mined and sunk

MANTOLA, 8,253grt, defensively-armed, 8 February 1917, 143 miles WSW from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

BEECHTREE, 1,277grt, 10 February 1917, 11 miles SE from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

JAPANESE PRINCE, 4,876grt, 10 February 1917, 24 miles SW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SALLAGH, 325grt, 10 February 1917, off Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

OLIVIA, 242grt, 11 February 1917, 21 miles SW S from Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

VOLTAIRE, 409grt, 11 February 1917, 25 miles NE by N from S Bishop, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

NETHERLEE, 4,227grt, 11 February 1917, 92 miles W S from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

LYCIA, 2,715grt, defensively-armed, 11 February 1917, 20 miles NE by N from S Bishop, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ADA, sailing vessel, 186grt, 11 February 1917, 8 miles S from Anvil Point, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

AFRIC, 11,999grt, defensively-armed, 12 February 1917, 12 miles SSW from Eddystone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

FORELAND, 1,960grt, 12 February 1917, 6 miles S W from Shipwash LV, mined and sunk

LUCENT, 1,409grt, 12 February 1917, 20 miles E from Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CILICIA, 3,750grt, 12 February 1917, 5 miles S from Dassen Island, Cape of Good Hope, mined and sunk

NORWOOD, 798grt, February 1917, North Sea, probably mined and sunk, date uncertain, listed as 11th? although grouped with 12th!, 18 lives lost including Master

PERCY ROY, sailing vessel, 110grt, 13 February 1917, 30 miles SE from Cabrera Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

F D LAMBERT, 2,195grt, defensively-armed, 13 February 1917, 1 mile E from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

INISHOWEN HEAD, 3,050grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1917, 1 miles S from Skokham Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

FERGA, 791grt, 14 February 1917, 15 miles S from Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MARGARITA, 375grt, 14 February 1917, 20 miles SW by S from Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HOPEMOOR, 3,740grt, 14 February 1917, 20 miles NW from the Skelligs, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MARIE LEONHARDT, 1,466grt, 14 February 1917, 2 miles E N from Sunk LV, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost

GREENLAND, 1,763grt, 14 February 1917, 20 miles SW from Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LONGSCAR, 2,777grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1917, 15 miles SW from River Gironde, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 2 gunners made prisoners

EUDORA, sailing vessel, 1,991grt, 14 February 1917, 30 miles SSW from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MARION DAWSON, 2,300grt, defensively-armed, 14 February 1917, 8 miles SSW from Ile d'Oleron, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

AFTON, 1,156grt, 15 February 1917, 23 miles N by E from Strumble Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

KYANITE, 564grt, 15 February 1917, 27 miles SSW from Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LEVEN, dredger, 775grt, 15 February 1917, mile S by E E from Newhaven Breakwater, mined and sunk

BRECKNOCKSHIRE, 8,423grt, defensively-armed, 15 February 1917, 490 miles E by N (true) from Cape Frio, Brazil, captured by raider Mowe, not known how sunk, crew made prisoners

FRENCH PRINCE, 4,766grt, 15 February 1917, 490 miles ENE (true) from Cape Frio, Brazil, captured by raider Mowe, not known how sunk, crew made prisoners

LADY ANN, 1,016grt, 16 February 1917, 3 miles E by S from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master

QUEENSWOOD, 2,701grt, 16 February 1917, 6 miles SW from Hartland Point, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 3 lives lost

ROSE DOROTHEA, sailing vessel, 147grt, 16 February 1917, 30 miles SE by E from Cape St Vincent, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MAYOLA, sailing vessel, 146grt, 16 February 1917, 50 miles SE by E from Cape St Vincent, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

EDDIE, 2,652grt, 16 February 1917, 550 miles NE by E E (true) from Cape Frio, Brazil, captured by raider Mowe, not known how sunk, crew made prisoners

IOLO, 3,840grt, defensively-armed, 17 February 1917, 40 miles S by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Master chief engineer and 2 gunners made prisoners

ROMSDALEN, 2,548grt, defensively-armed, 17 February 1917, 10 miles SW from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

VALDES, 2,233grt, 17 February 1917, 7 miles S from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

OKEMENT, 4,349grt, defensively-armed, 17 February 1917, 140 miles SE by S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master

WORCESTERSHIRE, 7,175grt, 17 February 1917, 10 miles SW from Colombo, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

NETHERTON, sailing vessel, 199grt, 18 February 1917, 16 miles S from Anvil Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TRIUMPH, sailing vessel, 46grt, 18 February 1917, 45 miles NNW from Roches Douvres, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

BRIGADE, 425grt, 19 February 1917, 12 miles NW W from Cayeux-sur-Somme, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CORSO, 3,242grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1917, 110 miles S by W from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master, Chief Engineer, and 2 gunners made prisoners

CENTURION, sailing vessel, 1,828grt, 19 February 1917, 15 miles SE from the Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HEADLEY, 4,953grt, defensively-armed, 19 February 1917, 35 miles SSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PINMORE, sailing vessel, 2,431grt, 19 February 1917, 540 miles NW N (true) from St Paul Rocks, captured by sailing ship raider Seeadler, sunk by bombs

ROSALIE, 4,237grt, defensively-armed, 20 February 1917, 8 miles E from Jidjelli, Algeria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

PERSEUS, 6,728grt, 21 February 1917, 11 miles W from Colombo, mined and sunk, 3 lives lost

WATHFIELD, 3,012grt, defensively-armed, 21 February 1917, 15 miles N from C Carbon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost including Master

TECWYN, motor, 132grt, 21 February 1917, 20 miles S from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

JOHN MILES, 687grt, 22 February 1917, 11 miles SE from Hartlepool, mined and sunk, 10 lives lost including Master

INVERCAULD, sailing vessel, 1,416grt, 22 February 1917, 22 miles SE from Mine Head, Ireland, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

NOSTRA SIGNORA DEL PORTO SALVO, sailing vessel, 136grt, 22 February 1917, 35 miles NW from Marittimo, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TROJAN PRINCE, 3,196grt, defensively-armed, 23 February 1917, 5 miles NW from Point Shershel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

GRENADIER, 1,004grt, 23 February 1917, 6 miles ENE from Shipwash LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost including Master

BELGIER, 4,588grt, 23 February 1917, 30 miles W from Belle Ile, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ISER, 2,160grt, defensively-armed, 23 February 1917, 14 miles NW from Belle lle, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

LONGHIRST, 3,053grt, defensively-armed, 23 February 1917, 20 miles E from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

KATHERINE, 2,926grt, 23 February 1917, 200 miles NE by N N (true) from St Paul Rocks, captured by raider Mowe, not known how sunk, crew made prisoners

BENEFICENT, 1,963grt, defensively-armed, 24 February 1917, off Mouth of Tees, mined and sunk, 3 lives lost

FALCON, 2,244grt, defensively-armed, 24 February 1917, 190 miles WNW from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

DOROTHY, 3,806grt, defensively-armed, 24 February 1917, 25 miles SE by S S from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

LACONIA, 18,099grt, defensively-armed, 25 February 1917, 160 miles NW by W from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

ARIES, 3,071grt, defensively-armed, 25 February 1917, 190 miles NW by W from Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master made prisoner

HUNTSMAN, 7,460grt, defensively-armed, 25 February 1917, 180 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ALGIERS, 2,361grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1917, 3 miles S from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

SEA GULL, 144grt, 26 February 1917, 4 miles off Folkestone, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

HANNAH CROSSDELL, sailing vessel, 151grt, 26 February 1917, 4 miles W N from St Ann’s Head, probably mined and sunk, 4 lives lost including Master

BURNBY, 3,665grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1917, 20 miles N from C Falcone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

CLAN FARQUHAR, 5,858grt, defensively-armed, 26 February 1917, 80 miles N from Ben Ghazi, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 49 lives lost including Master, 2nd Engineer made prisoner

BRITISH YEOMAN, sailing vessel, 1,953grt, 26 February 1917, 230 miles NW by N N (true) from St Paul Rocks, captured by sailing ship raider Seeadler, not known how sunk,

TRITONIA, 4,445grt, defensively-armed, 27 February 1917, 20 miles NW by W from Tearagh Is, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

GALGORM CASTLE, sailing vessel, 1,596grt, 27 February 1917, 90 miles W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 11 lives lost

BRODMORE, 4,071grt, defensively-armed, 27 February 1917, 70 miles NW by N from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

TURRITELLA, 5,528grt, 27 February 1917, 600 miles W S (true) from Minikoi, captured by raider Wolf, scuttled on 4 March 1917,

HARRIET WILLIAMS, sailing vessel, 157grt, 28 February 1917, 15 miles NNE from C Antifer, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MARCH 1917

DRINA, 11,483grt, defensively-armed, 1 March 1917, 2 miles W from Skokham Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

TILLYCORTHIE, 382grt, 1 March 1917, 16 miles N E from Longstone, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master made prisoner

CHATBURN, 1,942grt, 1 March 1917, 22 miles NE E from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MUNIFICENT, 3,270grt, defensively-armed, 1 March 1917, 3 miles NNW from Cape Gris Nez, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

JUMNA, 4,152grt, 1 March 1917, 650 miles W (true) from Minikoi, captured by raider Wolf, sunk by bombs

UTOPIA, sailing vessel, 184grt, 2 March 1917, 20 miles SSW from Dungeness, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

GAZELLE, sailing vessel, 119grt, 2 March 1917, 20 miles SSW from Dungeness, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb

MELDON, 2,514grt, 3 March 1917, Firth of Lorne, mined and sunk

CONNAUGHT, 2,646grt, 3 March 1917, 29 miles S by W W from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

RIVER FORTH, 4,421grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1917, 60 miles S by E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

KINCARDINE, 4,108grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1917, 20 miles NE from Tearagh Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CRAIGENDORAN, 2,789grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1917, 6 miles E from Cape Sigli, Algeria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost Master and chief engineer made prisoners

SAGAMORE, 5,197grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1917, 150 miles W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 52 lives lost including Master

NEWSTEAD, 2,836grt, defensively-armed, 3 March 1917, 150 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

THE MACBAIN, sailing vessel, 291grt, 4 March 1917, 20 miles SSW from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb

RHODANTHE, 3,061grt, defensively-armed, 4 March 1917, 330 miles NNW (true) from St Vincent (CV), captured by raider Mowe, not known how sunk, crew made prisoners

COPENHAGEN, 2,570grt, 5 March 1917, 8 miles E N from N Hinder LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

CORNELIA, 903grt, 6 March 1917, 9 miles WNW from the Skelligs, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CALDERGROVE, 4,327grt, defensively-armed, 6 March 1917, 200 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

FENAY LODGE, 3,223grt, 6 March 1917, 250 miles NW by W W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost including Master

ANTONIO, 2,652grt, 7 March 1917, 7 miles from Dartmouth, probably mined and sunk, 11, including Master

BARON WEMYSS, 1,605grt, defensively-armed, 7 March 1917, 73 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 2 lives lost including Master

WESTWICK, 5,694grt, 7 March 1917, 1 mile S from Roche Point, mined and sunk

GEORGIAN, 5,088grt, defensively-armed, 8 March 1917, 52 miles N from C Sidero, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

DUNBARMOOR, 3,651grt, defensively-armed, 8 March 1917, 180 miles WNW from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 12 lives lost including Master

ABEJA, sailing vessel, 174grt, 9 March 1917, 20 miles SW S from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

EAST POINT, 5,234grt, defensively-armed, 9 March 1917, 9 miles E by S S from the Eddystone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

INVERLOGIE, sailing vessel, 2,347grt, 9 March 1917, 15 miles SW from the Smalls, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

MEDITERRANEAN, sailing vessel, 105grt, 10 March 1917, 13 miles S from Hook Point, Waterford, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

T CROWLEY, sailing vessel, 97grt, 10 March 1917, 12 miles S from Hook Point, Waterford, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

JAMES BURTON (COOK SV), 133grt, 10 March 1917, 25 miles SSE from Malaga, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ESMERALDAS, 4,678grt, defensively-armed, 10 March 1917, 420 miles W by N (true) from Lisbon, captured by raider Mowe, not known how sunk, crew made prisoners

OTAKI, 9,575grt, defensively-armed, 10 March 1917, 420 miles W S (true) from Lisbon, captured by raider Mowe, sunk by torpedoes, 6 lives lost including master, remainder made prisoners

WORDSWORTH, 3,509grt, 11 March 1917, 680 miles E (true) from Mahe, Seychelles, captured by raider Wolf, sunk by bombs,

KWASIND, 2,211grt, 11 March 1917, off Southwold, mined and sunk, 12 lives lost

FOLIA, 6,705grt, defensively-armed, 11 March 1917, 4 miles ESE from Ram Head, Youghal, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

HORNGARTH, 3,609grt, 11 March 1917, 220 miles ENE (true) from St Paul Rocks, captured by sailing ship raider Seeadler, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

G A SAVAGE, 357grt, March 1917, Bristol Channel, probably torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 11th?, 9 lives lost including Master

TANDIL, 2,897grt, 12 March 1917, 20 miles W by N N from Portland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

AMBIENT, 1,517grt, 12 March 1917, off Aldeburgh, mined and sunk

PONTYPRIDD, 1,556grt, 12 March 1917, off Aldeburgh, mined and sunk, 3 lives lost

MEMNON, 3,203grt, 12 March 1917, 20 miles SW from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

GLYNYMEL, 1,394grt, 12 March 1917, 23 miles S by W from St Catherine's Pt, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 1 life lost

BILSWOOD, 3,097grt, defensively-armed, 12 March 1917, 8 miles NW from Alexandria, mined and sunk

LUCY ANDERSON, 1,073grt, 12 March 1917, 55 miles ESE from Noss Head, Wick, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

TOPAZ, 696grt, 12 March 1917, 27 miles E by N N from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

BRIKA, 3,549grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1917, 13 miles SE by S from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

NORTHWAITE, 3,626grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1917, 14 miles WNW from the Blaskets, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

NORWEGIAN, 6,327grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1917, 4 miles SW from Seven Heads, Co Cork, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

CORONDA, 2,733grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1917, 180 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

ELIZABETH ELEANOR, sailing vessel, 169grt, 13 March 1917, 77 miles NW by W W from Trevose Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

DEMETERTON, 6,048grt, defensively-armed, 13 March 1917, 730 miles E by N (true) from C Race, captured by raider Mowe, sunk by bombs, crew made prisoners

PAIGNTON, 2,017grt, defensively-armed, 14 March 1917, 40 miles NW from the Skelligs, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

ROSE LEA, 2,830grt, defensively-armed, 14 March 1917, 230 miles W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BRAY HEAD, 3,077grt, defensively-armed, 14 March 1917, 375 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 21 lives lost including Master

GOVERNOR, 5,524grt, defensively-armed, 14 March 1917, 930 miles W S (true) from the Fastnet, captured by raider Mowe, sunk by torpedo, 4 lives lost remainder made prisoners

FRIMAIRE, 1,778grt, defensively-armed, 15 March 1917, 21 miles SSE from Belle Ile, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

NORMA PRATT, 4,416grt, 16 March 1917, 150 miles W from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, Chief officer and 3rd Engineer made prisoners

WILLIAM MARTIN, sailing vessel, 104grt, 16 March 1917, 9 miles S by W W from Ram Head, Youghal, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

SIR JOSEPH, sailing vessel, 84grt, 16 March 1917, 30 miles SSE from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

NARRAGANSETT, 9,196grt, defensively-armed, 16 March 1917, off SW Ireland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 46 lives lost including Master

TASSO, 1,859grt, 17 March 1917, 5 miles S from Groix Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, l 9 lives lost including Master

ANTONY, 6,446grt, defensively-armed, 17 March 1917, 19 miles W by N from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 55 lives lost

POLA, 3,061grt, defensively-armed, 18 March 1917, 280 miles WNW from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

TREVOSE, 3,112grt, defensively-armed, 18 March 1917, 230 miles W by N N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

JOSHUA NICHOLSON, 1,853grt, defensively-armed, 18 March 1917, off Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 26 lives lost including Master

GREYPOINT, 894grt, 18 March 1917, 2 miles SE by E from Broadstairs Landing, torpedoed without warning by torpedo boat

ALNWICK CASTLE, 5,900grt, defensively-armed, 19 March 1917, 310 miles W S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 40 lives lost

FRINTON, 4,194grt, defensively-armed, 19 March 1917, 320 miles W by N N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

HAZELPARK, 1,964grt, defensively-armed, 20 March 1917, 3 miles S by E from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine,

STANLEY, 3,987grt, defensively-armed, 21 March 1917, 230 miles W by N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

RIO SOROCABA, 4,307grt, 21 March 1917, 10 miles S from Eddystone, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HINDUSTAN, 3,692grt, 21 March 1917, 150 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

RIO COLORADO, 3,565grt, 22 March 1917, entrance to River Tyne, mined and sunk, 10 lives lost including Master

PROVIDENCE, 2,970grt, defensively-armed, 22 March 1917, 1 miles S by W W from Barrels LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine,

ROTORUA, 11,140grt, defensively-armed, 22 March 1917, 24 miles E from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CHORLEY, 3,828grt, 22 March 1917, 25 miles E by S from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

STUART PRINCE, 3,597grt, defensively-armed, 22 March 1917, 85 miles N by W from Broad Haven, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

CLAN MACMILLAN, 4,525grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1917, 5 miles SW from Newhaven, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MAINE, 3,616grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1917, 11 miles SE by E from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

EPTALOFOS, 4,431grt, defensively-armed, 23 March 1917, 47 miles NW from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master, 2 officers, 4 engineers, 1 gunner made prisoners

ACHILLE ADAM, 460grt, 23 March 1917, 31 miles SE by S from Beachy Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 6 lives lost

EXCHANGE, 279grt, 23 March 1917, 30 miles NW from Cayeux, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 8 lives lost

FAIREARN, 592grt, 24 March 1917, 16 miles WNW from S Stack, Holyhead, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ENNISTOWN, 689grt, 24 March 1917, 10 miles SE from S Arklow LV, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HOWE, sailing vessel, 175grt, 24 March 1917, 4 miles NE from N Arklow LV, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

QUEEN EUGENIE, 4,358grt, defensively-armed, 25 March 1917, 23 miles NNE from Cani Rocks, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 35 lives lost including Master, 1 apprentice and 1 gunner made prisoner

ADENWEN, 3,793grt, defensively-armed, 25 March 1917, 6 miles SE by E from N Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

VELLORE, 4,926grt, defensively-armed, 25 March 1917, 21 miles NW by N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and chief engineer made prisoners

BERBERA, 4,352grt, defensively-armed, 25 March 1917, 60 miles E from Catania, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost 2nd officer and 2 cadets made prisoners

BAYNAEN, 3,227grt, defensively-armed, 25 March 1917, 20 miles NW by W from Belle Ile, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

HUNTLEYS, sailing vessel, 186grt, 25 March 1917, 28 miles SSW from Beachy Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MARY ANNIE, sailing vessel, 154grt, 25 March 1917, 28 miles SSW from Beachy Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BRANDON, sailing vessel, 130grt, March 1917, not known where lost, reportedly sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, date uncertain, listed as 25th?, 4 lives lost including Master

LEDBURY, 3,046grt, defensively-armed, 26 March 1917, 90 miles N by E from Ben Ghazi, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HOLGATE, 2,604grt, defensively-armed, 27 March 1917, 10 miles NW from the Skelligs, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

KELVINHEAD, 3,063grt, defensively-armed, 27 March 1917, mile WSW from Liverpool Bar LV, mined and sunk

NEATH, auxiliary barque, 5,548grt, 27 March 1917, 28 miles S by E from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

THRACIA, 2,891grt, defensively-armed, 27 March 1917, 12 miles N from Belle Ile, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 36 lives lost including Master

GLENOGLE, 7,682grt, defensively-armed, 27 March 1917, 207 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

OAKWELL, 248grt, 28 March 1917, 3 miles NE from N Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, mined and sunk, 4 lives lost

SNOWDON RANGE, 4,662grt, defensively-armed, 28 March 1917, 25 miles W from Bardsey Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

HERO, tug, 66grt, 28 March 1917, entrance to River Wear, mined and sunk, 1 life lost - the Master,

GAFSA, 3,974grt, defensively-armed, 28 March 1917, 10 miles SE S from Kinsale Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

ARDGLASS, 778grt, 28 March 1917, 4 miles E from S Arklow LV, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

WYCHWOOD, 1,985grt, 28 March 1917, 4 miles SSW from S Arklow LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3? lives lost

CANNIZARO, 6,133grt, defensively-armed, 28 March 1917, 145 miles SSW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HARVEST HOME, sailing vessel, 103grt, 28 March 1917, 4 miles NE from S Arklow LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

RUBY, 234grt, 28 March 1917, 2 miles from Auskerry, Orkney Is, mined and sunk, 6 lives lost including Master

SOUTH ARKLOW LIGHT VESSEL, 28 March 1917, 10 miles SE by S S from Arklow, boarded by submarine, sunk by bombs

MASCOTA, 674grt, defensively-armed, 29 March 1917, 8 miles E from Lowestoft, captured by torpedo boat, not known how sunk, 7 lives lost seven made prisoners

KATHLEEN LILY, 521grt, 29 March 1917, 2 miles E from N Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, mined and sunk, 4 lives lost including Master

LINCOLNSHIRE, 3,965grt, 29 March 1917, 8 miles SW by S from Hook Point, Waterford, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BYWELL, 1,522grt, defensively-armed, 29 March 1917, 3 miles E from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CRISPIN, 3,965grt, defensively-armed, 29 March 1917, 14 miles S from Hook Point, Waterford, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

CONOID, sailing vessel, 165grt, 29 March 1917, 3 miles N from C Barfleur, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SOMME, 1,828grt, defensively-armed, 30 March 1917, 20 miles E by N from C Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

DEE, sailing vessel, 1,169grt, 30 March 1917, 410 miles W by S (true) from Cape Leeuwin, captured by raider Wolf, sunk by bombs

HARBERTON, 1,443grt, March 1917, North Sea, probably torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 30th?, 15 lives lost including Master

ENDYMION, sailing vessel, 67grt, 30 March 1917, English Channel, reportedly sunk by submarine, not known how sunk, 4 lives lost including Master

BRODNESS, 5,736grt, defensively-armed, 31 March 1917, 5 miles WNW from Port Anzio, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine,

BOAZ, sailing vessel, 111grt, 31 March 1917, 15 miles NE from C Barfleur, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

PRIMROSE, sailing vessel, 113grt, 31 March 1917, 35 miles SE from Start Point, sunk by submarine gunfire, 1 life lost

GIPPESWIC, sailing vessel, 116grt, 31 March 1917, 15 miles NE from C Barfleur, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BRAEFIELD, 427grt, 31 March 1917, Bristol Channel, possibly torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 31st?, 10 lives lost including Master

COONAGH, 1,412grt, March 1917, English Channel, sunk by submarine but not known how, listed in March, 10 lives lost including Master

ACTON, 207grt, 31 March 1917, English Channel, SubmarineNot knownNot known, date not known, listed in March, 6 lives lost including Master

APRIL 1917

WARREN, 3,709grt, defensively-armed, 1 April 1917, 20 miles SW from Civita Vecchia, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost Master made prisoner

KASENGA, 4,652grt, defensively-armed, 1 April 1917, 2 miles from the Hormigas, Cape Palos, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine,

EASTERN BELLE, sailing vessel, 97grt, 1 April 1917, 30 miles SW from St Catherine's Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

SILVIA, sailing vessel, 164grt, 1 April 1917, 15 miles SSE from the Owers LV, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ZAMBESI, 3,759grt, defensively-armed, 1 April 1917, 15 miles N by W from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

BRITANNIA, 3,129grt, defensively-armed, 2 April 1917, 22 miles WNW from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and W/T operator made prisoners

ARDGASK, 4,542grt, defensively-armed, 3 April 1917, 15 miles SW from C Rosello, Sicily, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ELLEN JAMES, sailing vessel, 165grt, 3 April 1917, Bay of Biscay, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 5 lives lost including Master

PARKGATE, 3,232grt, defensively-armed, 4 April 1917, 80 miles NE from Cap de Fer, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 16 lives lost Master made prisoner

MARGIT, 2,490grt, defensively-armed, 4 April 1917, 80 miles SW W from C Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HUNSTANTON, 4,504grt, defensively-armed, 4 April 1917, 36 miles W from Scilly Islands, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CITY OF PARIS, 9,239grt, defensively-armed, 4 April 1917, 46 miles S by E

FROM CAP D’ANTIBES, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 122 lives lost

CANADIAN, 9,309grt, defensively-armed, 5 April 1917, 47 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost - the Master,

CALLIOPE, 3,829grt, defensively-armed, 5 April 1917, 35 miles SW from Ustica, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost including Master, 1st and 2nd Officers and 3rd Engineer made prisoners

BENHEATHER, 4,701grt, defensively-armed, 5 April 1917, 110 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GOWER COAST, 804grt, April 1917, English Channel, possibly mined and sunk, date uncertain, listed as 5th?, 15 lives lost including Master

SPITHEAD, 4,697grt, defensively-armed, 6 April 1917, 12 miles N by W from Damietta Lt, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Master and Chief Engineer made prisoners

PRESTO, 1,143grt, defensively-armed, 6 April 1917, 4 miles E from Roker Point, Sunderland, mined and sunk, 6 lives lost

POWHATAN, 6,117grt, defensively-armed, 6 April 1917, 25 miles N by W from N Rona, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 36, lives lost Master made prisoner

ROSALIND, 6,535grt, defensively-armed, 6 April 1917, 180 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

MAPLEWOOD, 3,239grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1917, 47 miles SW from C Sperone, Sardinia, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, Master made prisoner

SALMO, 1,721grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1917, 210 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

TREFUSIS, 2,642grt, defensively-armed, 7 April 1917, 30 miles SE from C Pula, Sardinia, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, Master, Chief Officer, and Chief Engineer made prisoners

PETRIDGE, 1,712grt, defensively-armed, 8 April 1917, 200 miles WNW from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and one gunner made prisoners

GEILAN BAHRI, sailing vessel, 19grt, 8 April 1917, 54 miles from Alexandria, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb

UMVOTI, 2,616grt, defensively-armed, 8 April 1917, 200 miles NW by W from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost Master and gunner made prisoners

TORRINGTON, 5,597grt, defensively-armed, 8 April 1917, Not known, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 34 lives lost Master made prisoner

KITTIWAKE, 1,866grt, 9 April 1917, 25 miles NW from the Maas LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

DALTON, 3,486grt, defensively-armed, 10 April 1917, 25 miles S by W from C Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost Master made prisoner

PLUTO, 1,266grt, 10 April 1917, 32 miles SE by E from Lowestoft, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SALTA, hospital ship, 7,284grt, 10 April 1917, mile N from Whistle Buoy, Havre, mined and sunk, 79 lives lost

MISS MORRIS, sailing vessel, 156grt, 11 April 1917, 20 miles SE from Garrucha, Spain, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb

VINE BRANCH, 3,442grt, defensively-armed, April 1917, not known where lost, probably torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 11th?, 44 lives lost including Master

QUAGGY, 993grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1917, 3 miles E from N Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

IMPERIAL TRANSPORT, 4,648grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1917, 140 miles NW by N N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

CYFARTHFA, 3,014grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1917, 32 miles WSW from Cerigotto, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

TREMORVAH, 3,654grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1917, 70 miles NNW from C Bougaroni, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master, Chief Engineer and two gunners made prisoners

DUCHESS OF CORNWALL, 1,706grt, defensively-armed, 11 April 1917, 5 miles N from C Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost including Master

GLENCLIFFE, 3,673grt, defensively-armed, 12 April 1917, 2 miles SE from Tabarca Island, Spain, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Chief Engineer and two gunners made prisoners

KILDALE, 3,830grt, defensively-armed, 12 April 1917, 40 miles E by S from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

TORO, 3,066grt, defensively-armed, 12 April 1917, 200 miles WNW from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost Master and one gunner made prisoners

LISMORE, 1,305grt, defensively-armed, 12 April 1917, 22 miles NW by N N from Havre, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

ARGYLL, 3,547grt, defensively-armed, 13 April 1917, 110 miles W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost

BANDON, 1,456grt, defensively-armed, 13 April 1917, 2 miles SW from Mine Head, S Ireland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 28 lives lost

MARIA, sailing vessel, 175grt, 13 April 1917, 25 miles S by W from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ZARA, 1,331grt, defensively-armed, 13 April 1917, 90 miles W W from Helliso Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 27 lives lost

KARIBA, 3,697grt, defensively-armed, 13 April 1917, 260 miles WNW from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost

STRATHCONA, 1,881grt, 13 April 1917, 145 miles WNW from Ronaldshay, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 9 lives lost Master, Chief and 3rd engineers made prisoners

SPRAY, 1,072grt, 14 April 1917, 3 miles NE from Tyne Pier, mined and sunk,

HERMIONE, 4,011grt, defensively-armed, 14 April 1917, 1 miles S from Coningbeg LV, mined and sunk

PATAGONIER, 3,832grt, 14 April 1917, 135 miles W from Gibraltar, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master made prisoner

MASHOBRA, 8,236grt, defensively-armed, 15 April 1917, 140 miles SW from C Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost Master made prisoner

ALERT, 777grt, 15 April 1917, off Dover, mined and sunk, 11 lives lost

CAMERONIA, 10,963grt, defensively-armed, l 5 April 1917, 150 miles E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

ARCADIAN, 8,939grt, defensively-armed, 15 April 1917, 26 miles NE from Milo, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 35 lives lost

CAIRNDHU, 4,019grt, defensively-armed, 15 April 1917, 25 miles W from Beachy Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

VICTORIA, sailing vessel, 165grt, 16 April 1917, 30 miles SW from Beachy Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ROCHESTER CASTLE, sailing vessel, 102grt, 16 April 1917, 5 miles WSW from C Grisnez, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

EDUARD, sailing vessel, 476grt, 16 April 1917, 12 miles SW from Beachy Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MARDEN, 297grt, 16 April 1917, 6 miles NW from C Grisnez, sunk by submarine gunfire, 1 life lost - the Master

TOWERGATE, 3,697grt, 16 April 1917, 250 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

QUEEN MARY, 5,658grt, 16 April 1917, 180 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

CHARLES GOODANEW, 791grt, 17 April 1917, 3 miles ENE from Rattray Head, mined and sunk, 13 lives lost including Master

BRISBANE RIVER, 4,989grt, 17 April 1917, 140 miles W from Gibraltar, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, Master made prisoner

ABURI, 3,730grt, defensively-armed, 17 April 1917, 125 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost

CAIRNHILL, 4,981grt, 17 April 1917, 160 miles NW from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, Master made prisoner

KISH, 4,928grt, defensively-armed, 17 April 1917, 160 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

CORFU, 3,695grt, 17 April 1917, 160 miles W from Gibraltar, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 3 lives lost

WILLIAM SHEPHERD, sailing vessel, 143grt, 17 April 1917, 30 miles S by W from St Anns Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

DANTZIC, 108grt, 17 April 1917, 30 miles S by W from St Ann's Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

FERNMOOR, 3,098grt, 17 April 1917, 150 miles W from Gibraltar, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LANFRANC (HOSPITAL SHIP), 6,287grt, 17 April 1917, 42 miles N E from Havre, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

DONEGAL, 1,885grt, defensively-armed, 17 April 1917, 19 miles S from Dean LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

TREKIEVE, 3,087grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 100 miles W from Gibraltar, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost Master made prisoner

RHYDWEN, 4,799grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 170 miles NW by W W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

ROWENA, 3,017grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 95 miles W by S S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CASTILLIAN, 1,923grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 110 miles NW by N from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

THOMAS (S V), 132grt, 18 April 1917, 40 miles SE frorn C St Vincent, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LENA, 2,463grt, defensively-armed, April 1917, not known were lost, reportedly sunk by submarine, probably without warning, date uncertain, listed as 18th?, 25 lives lost including Master

RINALDO, 4,321grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 18 miles W by N from C Shershel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SCALPA, 1,010grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 150 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CRAGOSWALD, 3,235grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 60 miles W by S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

SCULPTOR, 3,846grt, defensively-armed, 18 April 1917, 120 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

JEWEL, sailing vessel, 195grt, 19 April 1917, 20 miles SE from Coningbeg LV, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

SOWWELL, 3,781grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 170 miles W S from Gibraltar, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

BETHLEHEM, motor, 379grt, 19 April 1917, mile E from S Holm Buoy, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

AVOCET, 1,219grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 100 miles WNW from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

CAITHNESS, 3,500grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 130 miles NW by N from Cape Ortegal, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 47 lives lost including Master

POLTAVA, 945grt, 19 April 1917, 3 miles ENE from Souter Point, mined and sunk

HOWTH HEAD, 4,440grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 158 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

SENATOR DANTZIGER, sailing vessel, 164grt, 19 April 1917, 15 miles S by E E from Newhaven, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

TEMPUS, 2,981grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 130 miles NW by W W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ANNAPOLIS, 4,567grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 74 miles NW N from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GOLD COAST, 4,255grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 14 miles S from Mine Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ELSWICK MANOR, 3,943grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 180 miles W from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine,

CILURNUM, 3,126grt, defensively-armed, 19 April 1917, 5 miles SW from Penmarch, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

LOWDALE, 2,660grt, 20 April 1917, 90 miles W by N from Gibraltar, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SAN HILARIO, 10,157grt, defensively-armed, 20 April 1917, 270 miles W by N from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, Master made prisoner

PORTLOE, 3,187grt, defensively-armed, 20 April 1917, 160 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 24 lives lost including Master

MALAKAND, 7,653grt, defensively-armed, 20 April 1917, 145 miles W N from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 1 life lost

TORR HEAD, 5,911grt, defensively-armed, 20 April 1917, 160 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

NENTMOOR, 3,535grt, 20 April 1917, 140 miles W from Gibraltar, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

EMMA, 2,520grt, 20 April 1917, 200 miles SW by S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BALLOCHBUIE, 921grt, 20 April 1917, 7 miles E from May Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost including Master

PONTIAC, 1,698grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1917, 56 miles S W S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

DIADEM, 4,307grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1917, 200 miles SW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TELENA, 4,778grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1917, 170 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SEBEK, 4,601grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1917, 145 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

WARRIOR, 3,674grt, defensively-armed, 21 April 1917, 7 miles N from Fratelli Rocks, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

NEEPAWAH, 1,799grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1917, 120 miles W from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

CAPENOR, 2,536grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1917, entrance to La Pallice Roads, mined and sunk

DYKLAND, 4,291grt, defensively-armed, 22 April 1917, 200 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

IMATAKA, 1,776grt, defensively-armed, 23 April 1917, 15 miles SSW from Daunts Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AURIAC, 871grt, 23 April 1917, 5 miles ESE from St Abbs Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

OSWALD, 5,185grt, 23 April 1917, 200 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

EPTAPYRGION, 4,307grt, defensively-armed, 23 April 1917, 150 miles W by S from Scilly Islands, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ARETHUSA, sailing vessel, 1,279grt, 23 April 1917, 15 miles NW from Eagle Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ANGLESEA, 4,534grt, defensively-armed, 24 April 1917, 160 miles W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PLUTUS, 1,189grt, 24 April 1917, 9 miles NNW from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

THISTLEARD, 4,136grt, defensively-armed, 24 April 1917, 135 miles WNW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KENILWORTH, 2,735grt, defensively-armed, 24 April 1917, 3 miles SW by S from St Mathieu Point, Brest, mined and sunk

BARNTON, 1,858grt, 24 April 1917, 40 miles W by S from Chassiron Light, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

AMULREE, sailing vessel, 1,445grt, 24 April 1917, 50 miles N by E from Tory Island, captured by submarine, not known how sunk

FERNDENE, 3,770grt, defensively-armed, 24 April 1917, 150 miles W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost including Master

ABOSSO, 7,782grt, defensively-armed, 24 April 1917, 180 miles W by N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 65 lives lost

INVERMAY, sailing vessel, 1,471grt, 25 April 1917, 40 miles NW by N from Eagle Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

STEPHANOTIS, ex-Hackensack, 4,060grt, defensively-armed, 25 April 1917, 180 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

HEATHFIELD, sailing vessel, 1,643grt, 25 April 1917, 53 miles W by N from Eagle Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BALLARAT, 11,120grt, defensively-armed, 25 April 1917, 24 miles S by W from Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LAURA, sailing vessel, 335grt, 25 April 1917, 150 miles WNW from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HESPERIDES, 3,393grt, 25 April 1917, 130 miles NW W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

HIRONDELLE, 1,648grt, defensively-armed, 25 April 1917, 13 miles S by E from Belle Ile, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SWANMORE, 6,373grt, defensively-armed, 25 April 1917, 230 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

VAUXHALL, 3,629grt, defensively-armed, 25 April 1917, 110 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

RIO LAGES, 3,591grt, defensively-armed, 26 April 1917, 155 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

MANCHESTER CITIZEN, 4,251grt, defensively-armed, 26 April 1917, 240 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ALHAMA, 1,744grt, defensively-armed, 26 April 1917, 1 miles N from Calais, mined and sunk

AGNES CAIRNS, sailing vessel, 146grt, 26 April 1917, 8 miles NE from Alderney, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

CHERTSEY, 3,264grt, defensively-armed, 26 April 1917, 4 miles N from Algiers, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ATHOLE, motor barge, 150grt, 26 April 1917, 20 miles S from Owers LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

HARFLETE, 4,814grt, defensively-armed, 26 April 1917, 200 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, SubmarineGunfireTorpedo, 1 life lost

MONITOR, sailing vessel, 120grt, 26 April 1917, 20 miles S by E from C Antibes, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BEEMAH, 4,750grt, defensively-armed, 27 April 1917, 30 miles SW by S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

GLENCLUNY, 4,812grt, defensively-armed, 27 April 1917, 4 miles NW from C Sigli, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

DROMORE, 4,398grt, defensively-armed, 27 April 1917, 140 miles NW by N from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KARUMA, 2,995grt, defensively-armed, 27 April 1917, 5 miles N from C Sigli, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

DUNMORE HEAD, 2,293grt, defensively-armed, 27 April 1917, 135 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GOOD HOPE, sailing vessel, 77grt, 27 April 1917, 15 miles NNW from C Barfleur, sunk by submarine gunfire

JESSIE, sailing vessel, 108grt, 27 April 1917, 7 miles W S from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BURROWA, sailing vessel, 2,902grt, 27 April 1917, 60 miles W from Scilly Islands, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ALFALFA, 2,993grt, defensively-armed, April 1917, not known where sunk, probably torpedo without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 27th?, 30, including Master

BULLMOUTH, 4,018grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1917, 125 miles NW by N from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

JOSE DE LARRINAGA, 5,017grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1917, 150 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

PORT JACKSON, sailing vessel, 2,309grt, 28 April 1917, 180 miles W by N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost including Master

PONTIAC, 3,345grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1917, 70 miles N by E from Marsa Susa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Master, Chief Engineer, and 2 gunners made prisoners

MEDINA, 12,350grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1917, 3 miles ENE from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

TEAKWOOD, 5,315grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1917, 26 miles SW by W from Sapienza Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TERENCE, 4,309grt, defensively-armed, 28 April 1917, 150 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, attacked with submarine gunfire, sunk by torpedo, 1 life lost

KARONGA, 4,665grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1917, Strait of Messina, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 18 lives lost Master made prisoner

ELLEN HARRISON, sailing vessel, 103grt, 29 April 1917, 7 miles NW from Cherbourg, sunk by submarine gunfire,

MERMAID, sailing vessel, 76grt, 29 April 1917, 18 miles SSW from Anvil Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

DALEBY, 3,628grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1917, 180 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost including Master

VICTORIA, 1,620grt, 29 April 1917, 5 miles NE by N from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

COMEDIAN, 4,889grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1917, 200 miles W by S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost one gunner made prisoner

IKBAL, 5,434grt, defensively-armed, 29 April 1917, 200 miles W by S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and 2 gunners made prisoners

LITTLE MYSTERY, sailing vessel, 114grt, 30 April 1917, 25 miles SSE from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

DELAMERE, 1,525grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1917, 110 miles W by N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

HORSA, 2,949grt, defensively-armed, 30 April 1917, 195 miles SW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master, 1 gunner made prisoner

GRETASTON, 3,395grt, defensively-armed, April 1917, Atlantic, possibly sunk by submarine, not known how lost, date not known, but listed in April, 29 lives lost including Master

MAY 1917

GENA, 2,784grt, defensively-armed, 1 May 1917, off Southwold, torpedoed without warning by seaplane,

C A JAQUES, 2,105grt, 1 May 1917, 26 miles WSW from Boulogne, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

BRITISH SUN, 5,565grt, defensively-armed, 1 May 1917, 230 miles ESE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LADYWOOD, 2,314grt, 1 May 1917, 15 miles SW from Wolf Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BAGDALE, 3,045grt, defensively-armed, 1 May 1917, 13 miles N by E E from Creac'h Point, Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 23 lives lost including Master

FIRELIGHT, 1,143grt, 1 May 1917, 1 miles East from N Tyne Pier, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SAN URBANO, 6,458grt, defensively-armed, 1 May 1917, 180 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

W D POTTS, sailing vessel, 112grt, 1 May 1917, 10 miles SW from Portpatrick, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

JOHN W PEARN, sailing vessel, 75grt, 1 May 1917, 40 miles SSE from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HELEN, 322grt, 1 May 1917, 11 miles West from the Mull of Galloway, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

DORA, 296grt, 1 May 1917, 11 miles West from Mull of Galloway, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

JUNO, 1,384grt, 2 May 1917, 17 miles E S from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

TELA, 7,226grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1917, 16 miles NE E from Cape Barfleur, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WARNOW, 1,593grt, 2 May 1917, 6 miles West from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost including Master

SAINT MUNGO, 402grt, 2 May 1917, Ballyhalbert Bay, County Down, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

DERRYMORE, 485grt, 2 May 1917, Ballyhalbert Bay, County Down, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

AMBER, 401grt, 2 May 1917, Ballyhalbert Bay, Count Down, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ERNEST, sailing vessel, 111grt, 2 May 1917, 6 miles SE from Skulmartin LV, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MORION, 299grt, 2 May 1917, Ballyhalbert Bay, County Down, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TROILUS, 7,625grt, defensively-armed, 2 May 1917, 140 miles WNW from Malin Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BEESWING, sailing vessel, 1,462grt, 2 May 1917, 140 miles W by N from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

USSA, 2,066grt, defensively-armed, 3 May 1917, 2 miles NW from W entrance, Cherbourg, mined and sunk

FREDERICK KNIGHT, 3,604grt, defensively-armed, 3 May 1917, 115 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GLEN TANAR, 817grt, 3 May 1917, 1 mile NE from Girdleness, mined and sunk

WASHINGTON, 5,080grt, 3 May 1917, off RapalloBay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CLODMOOR, 3,753grt, defensively-armed, 3 May 1917, 5 miles SW from Newhaven, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HERRINGTON, 1,258grt, 4 May 1917, mile ESE from Red Head, Forfar, mined and sunk

JOSEPH, sailing vessel, 205grt, 4 May 1917, 20 miles W by N from Caen Hr, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TRANSYLVANIA, 14,315grt, defensively-armed, 4 May 1917, 2 miles South from Cape Vado, Gulf of Genoa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

NEW DESIGN, No 2, sailing vessel, 66grt, 4 May 1917, 15 miles E by S from Tuskar Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

PILAR DE LARRINAGA, 4,136grt, defensively-armed, 4 May 1917, 2 miles SE by S from the Tuskar LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

HARMATTAN, 4,792grt, defensively-armed, 5 May 1917, 7 miles N from Cape Rosa, Algeria, mined and sunk, 36 lives lost including Master

GRETA, 297grt, 5 May 1917, 11 miles SE from Mine Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

LODES, 396grt, 5 May 1917, 4 miles SE from Ballycottin, mined and sunk, 7 lives lost including Master

ANGELA, sailing vessel, 122grt, 5 May 1917, 3 miles SE from Tyne, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost

FELTRIA, 5,254grt, defensively-armed, 5 May 1917, 8 miles SE from Mine Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 45 lives lost including Master

ADANSI, 2,644grt, defensively-armed, 6 May 1917, 80 miles W N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HEBBLE, 904grt, 6 May 1917, 1 miles E from Roker Pier, Sunderland, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost

MAUDE, sailing vessel, 93grt, 7 May 1917, Near Bardsey Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

KINROSS, 4,120grt, defensively-armed, 7 May 1917, 10 miles E from Wolf Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

REPTON, 2,881grt, defensively-armed, 7 May 1917, 45 miles SSE from Cape Matapan, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

POLAMHALL, 4,010grt, defensively-armed, 7 May 1917, 80 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LOWMOUNT, 2,070grt, 7 May 1917, 4 miles SE from Nab LV, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost

KILLARNEY, sailing vessel, 1,413grt, 8 May 1917, 200 miles W by N from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

PETUNIA, 1,749grt, defensively-armed, 8 May 1917, 45 miles W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Master and 2 gunners made prisoners

IRIS, sailing vessel, 75grt, May 1917, English Channel, possibly captured by submarine and sunk by bombs, date uncertain, listed as 8th?, 4 lives lost including Master

HARPAGUS, 5,866grt, defensively-armed, 9 May 1917, 62 miles SW from Planier Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost Master and Chief Engineer made prisoners

BROOMHILL, 1,392grt, 10 May 1917, 9 miles SW from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 2 lives lost

TARPEIA, 538grt, 11 May 1917, 9 miles N from Port en Bessin, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

CALCHAS, 6,748grt, defensively-armed, 11 May 1917, 5 miles W by S from Tearaght Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BARRISTER, 3,679grt, defensively-armed, 11 May 1917, 7 miles SW from Mine Head, Waterford, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LIMASOL, sailing vessel, 100grt, 11 May 1917, 18 miles SW by W from Monte Cristo, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

SAN ONOFRE, 9,717grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1917, 64 miles NW N from the Skellings, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

GALICIA, 5,922grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1917, 3 miles East from Teignmouth, mined and sunk

REFUGIO, 2,642grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1917, 115 miles NW W from Tory Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

EGYPTIAN PRINCE, 3,117grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1917, 240 miles SSE from Malta, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LOCKSLEY HALL, 3,635grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1917, 30 miles SE by S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

ZANONI, 3,851grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1917, 12 miles NE by E from Cape Oropesa, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 1 life lost

WIRRAL, 4,207grt, defensively-armed, 12 May 1917, 23 miles NW from Utvaer Island, Norway, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

JESSMORE, 3,911grt, defensively-armed, 13 May 1917, 180 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

FARLEY, 3,692grt, defensively-armed, 14 May 1917, 70 miles SW W from the Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CARNMONEY, sailing vessel, 1,299grt, 14 May 1917, 150 miles W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ELIZABETH HAMPTON, sailing vessel, 108grt, 14 May 1917, 25 miles S by W from St Catherine's, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

LEWISHAM, 2,810grt, defensively-armed, May 1917, Atlantic, torpedoed probably without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 14th?, 24 lives lost Master and 2 gunners made prisoners

POLYMNIA, 2,426grt, defensively-armed, 15 May 1917, 15 miles W from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

TUNG SHAN, 3,999grt, defensively-armed, 15 May 1917, 7 miles North from Cape San Antonio, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost Master Chief Engineer and one gunner made prisoners

CUBA, sailing vessel, 271grt, 15 May 1917, 18 miles ESE from Owers LV, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

PAGENTURM, 5,000grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1917, 16 miles W from Beachy Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

DOROTHY DUFF, sailing vessel, 186grt, 16 May 1917, 14 miles from Cape Cullera, captured by submarine, sunk by bomb

HIGHLAND CORRIE, 7,583grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1917, 4 miles S from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

MIDDLESEX, 8,364grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1917, 150 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

KILMAHO, 2,155grt, defensively-armed, 16 May 1917, 10 miles WNW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

FLORENCE LOUISA, sailing vessel, 115grt, 17 May 1917, 8 miles S from the Needles, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

GEORGE PYRNAN, 3,859grt, defensively-armed, 17 May 1917, 130 miles NW from Tearaght Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CITO, 819grt, 17 May 1917, 20 miles E from North Hinder LV, sunk by torpedo boat gunfire without warning, 11 lives lost including Master

ELFORD, 1,739grt, 18 May 1917, 2 miles S from Nab LV, mined and sunk

PENHALE, 3,712grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1917, 72 miles NW by N N from Tearaght Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 lives lost Master made prisoner

CAMBERWELL, 4,078grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1917, 6 miles SE by E from Dunnose Head, mined and sunk, 7 lives lost

CECG, sailing vessel, 47grt, 18 May 1917, 30 miles SSE from the Start, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MILLICENT KNIGHT, 3,563grt, 18 May 1917, 130 miles E by S S from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

LLANDRINDOD, 3,841grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1917, 165 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

DROMORE, 268grt, 18 May 1917, 6 miles South from St Martin Point, Guernsey, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MARY BAIRD, 1,830grt, defensively-armed, 18 May 1917, 2 miles W N from Pendeen Cove, mined and sunk, 7 lives lost

MORDENWOOD, 3,125grt, defensively-armed, 19 May 1917, 90 miles SE by S S from Cape Matapan, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, unknown number of lives lost but including Master

FARNHAM, 3,102grt, defensively-armed, 19 May 1917, 90 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 17 lives lost including Master

MARDINIAN, 3,322grt, defensively-armed, 19 May 1917, 4 miles S by W from Tabarca Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CASPIAN, 3,606grt, defensively-armed, 20 May 1917, 3 miles E from Cape Cervera, Spain, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 25 lives lost including Master, Chief Engineer, 2nd Officer, and 1 gunner made prisoners

DANA, sailing vessel, 182grt, 20 May 1917, 25 miles N from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

MIENTJI, sailing vessel, 120grt, 20 May 1917, 25 miles N from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TYCHO, 3,216grt, defensively-armed, 20 May 1917, 16 miles W S from Beachy Read, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

PORTHKERRY, 1,920grt, 20 May 1917, 16 miles W by S from Beachy Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost including Master

JUPITER, 2,124grt, defensively-armed, 21 May 1917, 15 miles West from Beachy Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost including Master

DON DIEGO, 3,632grt, defensively-armed, 21 May 1917, 40 miles E by S from Linosa, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 5 lives lost

AMPLEFORTH, 3,873grt, defensively-armed, 21 May 1917, 15 miles WSW from Gozo, SubmarineNo warmingTorpedo, 4 lives lost

CITY OF CORINTH, 5,870grt, defensively-armed, 21 May 1917, 12 miles SW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LANTHORN, 2,299grt, 22 May 1917, 3 miles East from Whitby, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ENGLAND, 3,798grt, defensively-armed, 23 May 1917, 40 miles S by E from Cape Bon, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 3 lives lost including Master

ELMMOOR, 3,744grt, defensively-armed, 23 May 1917, 36 miles E by S from Syracuse, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

LESTO, 1,940grt, defensively-armed, 23 May 1917, 8 miles West from Ile du Pilier, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

JERSEY CITY, 4,670grt, defensively-armed, 24 May 1917, 35 miles NW from the Flannan Isles, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

BELGIAN, 3,657grt, defensively-armed, 24 May 1917, 50 miles W S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

MCCLURE, sailing vessel, 220grt, 24 May 1917, 30 miles E by S from C Carbonara, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

SJAELLAND, 1,405grt, 25 May 1917, 18 miles E by N from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost - the Master),

KOHINUR, 2,265grt, defensively-armed, 25 May 1917, 150 miles North from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 37 lives lost including Master

SAINT MIRREN, sailing vessel, 1,956grt, 26 May 1917, 45 miles NW from Inistrahull, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

HOLMESBANK, 3,051grt, defensively-armed, 26 May 1917, 90 miles N by W from Alexandria, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

UMARIA, 5,317grt, defensively-armed, 26 May 1917, 20 miles SW by S from Policastro, Italy, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 5 lives lost Chief Engineer, 2nd Officer and 1 Cadet made prisoners

DOVER CASTLE, hospital ship, 8,271grt, 26 May 1917, 50 miles North from Bona, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

BOLDWELL, 3,118grt, defensively-armed, 27 May 1917, 35 miles NE from Linosa, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

DARTMOOR, 2,870grt, defensively-armed, 27 May 1917, 35 miles SE from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost including Master

ANTINOE, 2,396grt, defensively-armed, 28 May 1917, 150 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

LIMERICK, 6,827grt, defensively-armed, 28 May 1917, 140 miles W S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

DETLEF WAGNER, sailing vessel, 225grt, 28 May 1917, 5 miles W from Armen Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

CLAN MURRAY, 4,835grt, defensively-armed, 29 May 1917, 40 miles W by S from Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 64 lives lost including Master, 3rd Officer and probably 3rd Engineer made prisoners

OSWEGO, 5,793grt, defensively-armed, 29 May 1917, 175 miles W S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ASHLEAF, 5,768grt, defensively-armed, 29 May 1917, 150 miles West from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LISBON, 1,203grt, defensively-armed, 30 May 1917, 5 miles S from Royal Sovereign LV, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

CORBET WOODALL, 917grt, defensively-armed, 30 May 1917, 1 miles E from the Nab LV, mined and sunk

HANLEY, 3,331grt, defensively-armed, 30 May 1917, 95 miles W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BATHURST, 2,821grt, 30 May 1917, 90 miles W from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

ROSEBANK, 3,837grt, defensively-armed, 31 May 1917, 120 miles N from Ben Ghazi, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Master made prisoner

ESNEH, 3,247grt, defensively-armed, 31 May 1917, 190 miles NW by W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

JUNE 1917

CAVINA, 6,539grt, defensively-armed, 1 June 1917, 45 miles W by S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CAMERONIAN, 5,861grt, defensively-armed, 2 June 1917, 50 miles NW by N N from Alexandria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost including Master

HOLLINGTON, 4,221grt, defensively-armed, 2 June 1917, 14 miles S from Faeroe Islands, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 30 lives lost including Master

WAIRUNA, 3,947grt, 2 June 1917, off Sunday Island, Kermadec Islands, captured by raider Wolf, sunk by bombs

ISLANDMORE, 3,046grt, defensively-armed, 3 June 1917, 20 miles NW from Cape Falcon, Algeria, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 2 lives lost Master made prisoner

GREENBANK, 3,881grt, defensively-armed, 3 June 1917, 12 miles north from Cape Falcon, Algeria, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 1 life lost

MERIONETH, 3,004grt, defensively-armed, 3 June 1917, 105 miles N by W from Tromso, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SOUTHLAND, 11,899grt, defensively-armed, 4 June 1917, 140 miles NW W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

CITY OF BARODA, 5,541grt, defensively-armed, 4 June 1917, 90 miles NW N from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

MANCHESTER TRADER, 3,938grt, defensively-armed, 4 June 1917, 8 miles SE from Pantellaria, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost Second officer made prisoner

PHEMIUS, 6,699grt, defensively-armed, 4 June 1917, 80 miles NW N from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LAURA ANN, sailing vessel, 116grt, 5 June 1917, 20 miles SSE from Beachy Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost - the Master

MANCHESTER MILLER, 4,234grt, defensively-armed, 5 June 1917, 190 miles NW N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

KALLUNDBORG, 1,590grt, defensively-armed, 5 June 1917, 80 miles SSW from Toulon, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

PARTHENIA, 5,160grt, defensively-armed, 6 June 1917, 140 miles W by N from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

SIR FRANCIS, 1,991grt, defensively-armed, 7 June 1917, 2 miles NE from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost including Master

WILHELM, sailing vessel, 187grt, 7 June 1917, 20 miles SE by S from the Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

IKALIS, 4,329grt, defensively-armed, 7 June 1917, 170 miles NW W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

JONATHAN HOLT, 1,522grt, defensively-armed, 7 June 1917, 130 miles NW by W W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SARAGOSSA, 3,541grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1917, 178 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PHANTOM, sailing vessel, 251grt, 8 June 1917, 25 miles NNW from Cape La Heve, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 3 lives lost

ENIDWEN, 3,594grt, 8 June 1917, 170 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ORATOR, 3,563grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1917, 84 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

HUNTSTRICK, 8,151grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1917, 80 miles WNW from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost including Master

CHELTONIAN, 4,426grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1917, 54 miles W by S from Planier LH, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master and 1 gunner made prisoners

ISLE OF JURA, 3,809grt, defensively-armed, 8 June 1917, 15 miles WSW from Cape Spartel, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 2 lives lost

HARBURY, 4,572grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1917, 170 miles W N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

EGYPTIANA, 3,818grt, defensively-armed, 9 June 1917, 120 miles WSW from the Scillies, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GENERAL LAURIE (S V), 238grt, 9 June 1917, 70 miles SW by S from Planier L Ho, captured by submarine, set on fire

MARJORIE (MOTOR), 119grt, 9 June 1917, 30 miles SE by S from the Lizard, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

APPLEDORE, 3,843grt, defensively armed, 9 June 1917, 164 miles S by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ACHILLES, 641grt, defensively armed, 9 June 1917, 75 miles W by S from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master and 1 gunner made prisoners

CLAN ALPINE, 3,587grt, defensively armed, 9 June 1917, 40 miles N by E E from Muckle Flugga, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

BARON CAWDOR, 4,316grt, defensively armed, 9 June 1917, 150 miles SW by S S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HAULWEN, 4,032grt, defensively armed, 9 June 1917, 250 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

GALICIA, 1,400grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 140 miles SW by S S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

BAY STATE, 6,583grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 250 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SCOTTISH HERO, 2,205grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 440 miles W by S S from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

DULWICH, 1,460grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 7 miles N by E E from the Shipwash LV, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost

MARIE ELSIE, 2,615grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 125 miles N by W from C Teriberski, Lapland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

PERLA, 5,355grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 130 miles N W from C Teriberski, Lapland, captured by submarine, not known how sunk, 4 lives lost

RIBERA, 3,511grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 70 miles North from C Wrath, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ANGLIAN, 5,532grt, defensively armed, 10 June 1917, 43 miles SW by W W from the Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

KEEPER, 572grt, June 1917, Irish Channel, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 10th?, 12 lives lost including Master

TEVIOTDALE, 3,847grt, defensively armed, 11 June 1917, 330 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BENHA, 1,878grt, defensively armed, 11 June 1917, 50 miles N by E from Marsa Susa, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

POLYXENA, 5,737grt, defensively armed, 11 June 1917, 57 miles West from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

CITY OF PERTH, 3,427grt, defensively armed, 11 June 1917, 195 miles SSW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 8 lives lost

SOUTH POINT, 4,258grt, defensively armed, 11 June 1917, 30 miles SW S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HUNTSOLM, 2,073grt, defensively armed, 11 June 1917, 4 miles E by S from the Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

AMAKURA, 2,316grt, defensively armed, 12 June 1917, 180 miles NW W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ALFRED, sailing vessel, 130grt, 12 June 1917, 15 miles SW from Boulogne, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ALWYN, sailing vessel, 73grt, 12 June 1917, 5 miles SE from Girdleness, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ST ANDREWS, 3,613grt, defensively armed, 13 June 1917, 4 miles West from C Spartivento, Italy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

SILVERBURN, 284grt, 13 June 1917, 4 miles SE from Cove Bay, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

DARIUS, 3,426grt, defensively armed, 13 June 1917, 210 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

KELVINBANK, 4,072grt, defensively armed, 13 June 1917, 100 miles North from C Wrath, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 16 lives lost including Master

AYSGARTH, 3,118grt, defensively armed, 14 June 1917, 430 miles WNW from C Finisterre, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 3 lives lost

NEW ZEALAND TRANSPORT, 4,481grt, defensively armed, 14 June 1917, 8 miles SE from Serpho Pulo, Aegean, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

DART, 3,207grt, defensively armed, 14 June 1917, 6 miles SSW from Ballycottin L Ho, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

KANKAKEE, 3,718grt, defensively armed, 14 June 1917, 2 miles NE from Sunk LV, torpedoed without warning by seaplane, 3 lives lost

ORTOLAN, 1,727grt, defensively armed, 14 June 1917, 100 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

CARTHAGINIAN, 4,444grt, defensively armed, 14 June 1917, 2 miles NW from Innistrahul L Ho, mined and sunk

WEGA, 839grt, 14 June 1917, 20 miles W by S from Royal Sovereign LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

PASHA, 5,930grt, defensively armed, 15 June 1917, Southern entrance to Straits of Messina, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

WESTONBY, 3,795grt, defensively armed, 15 June 1917, 195 miles SW by S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ADDAH, 4,397grt, defensively armed, 15 June 1917, 35 miles SW from Penmarch, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 9 lives lost

WAPELLO, 5,576grt, defensively armed, 15 June 1917, 14 miles WSW from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

JESSIE, 2,256grt, defensively armed, 16 June 1917, 260 miles W S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CARRIE HERVEY, sailing vessel, 111grt, 16 June 1917, 52 miles SE by S from Armen Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

STANHOPE, 2,854grt, defensively armed, 17 June 1917, 7 miles SW by W from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost

FORNEBO, 4,259grt, defensively armed, 17 June 1917, 4 miles North from C Wrath, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LIZZIE WESTOLL, 2,855grt, defensively armed, 17 June 1917, 120 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

RALOO, 1,012grt, defensively armed, 17 June 1917, 6 miles SE by E from Coningbeg LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost including Master

TYNE, 2,909grt, defensively armed, 17 June 1917, 18 miles SW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ENGLISH MONARCH, 4,947grt, defensively armed, 18 June 1917, 300 miles NW by W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

THISTLEDHU, 4,032grt, defensively armed, 18 June 1917, 218 miles NW W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

ELELE, 6,557grt, defensively armed, 18 June 1917, 300 miles NW W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

QUEEN ADELAIDE, 4,965grt, 18 June 1917, 13 miles NNE from St Kilda, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

VIOLET, sailing vessel, 158grt, 18 June 1917, 9 miles SSE from Coningbeg LV, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

KANGAROO, sailing vessel, 76grt, 18 June 1917, 20 miles S from Tuskar, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 4 lives lost including Master

GAUNTLET, sailing vessel, 58grt, 18 June 1917, 30 miles NW from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BUFFALO, 4,106grt, defensively armed, 18 June 1917, 80 miles NW by N N from C Wrath, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BATOUM, 4,054grt, defensively armed, 19 June 1917, 6 miles South from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

KATE AND ANNIE, sailing vessel, 96grt, 19 June 1917, 25 miles NW by W from Les Hanois, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BROOKBY, 3,679grt, defensively armed, 19 June 1917, 155 miles S W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

KELSO, 1,292grt, defensively armed, 19 June 1917, 33 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PENPOL, 2,061grt, 19 June 1917, Gulf of Bothnia, captured by submarine, taken to Germany

RUPERRA, 4,232grt, defensively armed, 20 June 1917, 50 miles E by S from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BENGORE HEAD, 2,490grt, defensively armed, 20 June 1917, 150 miles NW from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

BENITA, sailing vessel, 130grt, 20 June 1917, 15 miles South from Portland Bill, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BLACK HEAD, 1,898grt, 21 June 1917, 52 miles ESE from Out Skerries, Shetland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LORD ROBERTS, 4,166grt, defensively armed, 21 June 1917, 270 miles NW by N from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ORTONA, 5,524grt, defensively armed, 21 June 1917, 140 miles SSW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

MELFORD HALL, 6,339grt, defensively armed, 22 June 1917, 95 miles N by W W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MIAMI, 3,762grt, defensively armed, 22 June 1917, 11 miles ESE from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MEGGIE, 1,802grt, 24 June 1917, Gulf of Bothnia, captured by submarine, taken to Germany

CLAN DAVIDSON, 6,486grt, defensively armed, 24 June 1917, 130 miles SW by W W from the Scilly Isles, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

SOUTH WALES, 3,668grt, defensively armed, 24 June 1917, 128 miles West from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

SYLVANIAN, 4,858grt, defensively armed, 24 June 1917, 170 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

MONGOLIA, 9,505grt, defensively armed, 24 June 1917, 50 miles S by W from Bombay, mined and sunk, 24 lives lost

CROWN OF ARRAGON, 4,500grt, defensively armed, 24 June 1917, 124 miles SW W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SAXON MONARCH, 4,828grt, defensively armed, 24 June 1917, 140 miles SW by W from Scilly Isles, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CESTRIAN, 8,912grt, defensively armed, 24 June 1917, 4 miles SE from Skyro, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

DON ARTURO, 3,680grt, defensively armed, June 1917, Atlantic, reportedly torpedoed by submarine, probably without warning, date uncertain, listed as 25th?, 34 lives lost including Master

GUILDHALL, 2,609grt, defensively armed, 25 June 1917, 40 miles SW by W W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost

ANATOLIA, 3,847grt, defensively armed, 25 June 1917, 1 miles off Genoa, mined and sunk

NEOTSFIELD, sailing vessel, 1,875grt, 26 June 1917, 112 miles SW by W from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

BIRDOSWALD, 4,013grt, defensively armed, 26 June 1917, 25 miles E S from Tarragona, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and Chief Engineer prisoners

MANISTEE, 3,869grt, defensively armed, 26 June 1917, 86 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

CATTARO, 2,908grt, defensively armed, 26 June 1917, 130 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SERAPIS, 1,932grt, 26 June 1917, 106 miles NN W W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost Master and Chief Officer prisoners

ARMADALE, 6,153grt, defensively armed, 27 June 1917, 160 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

SOLWAY PRINCE, 317grt, 27 June 1917, 8 miles North from Alderney, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TONG HONG, 2,184grt, defensively armed, 27 June 1917, 75 miles SW from Cape Sicie, captured by submarine, not known how sunk, Master prisoner

ULTONIA, 10,402grt, defensively armed, 27 June 1917, 190 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

LONGBENTON, 924grt, 27 June 1917, 12 miles S by W from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BARON OGILVY, 4,570grt, defensively armed, 27 June 1917, 172 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

LIZZIE ELLEN, sailing vessel, 114grt, 28 June 1917, 46 miles South from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

HAIGH HALL, 4,809grt, 30 June 1917, 40 miles East from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ILSTON, 2,426grt, 30 June 1917, 4 miles SE from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

LADY OF THE LAKE, sailing vessel, 51grt, 30 June 1917, 15 miles SSW from Hook Point, Waterford, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

JULY 1917

ARIEL, sailing vessel, 86grt, 1 July 1917, 25 miles ENE from Rattray Head, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

DON EMILIO, 3,651grt, 1 July 1917, 10 miles NW by W from Esha Ness, West Shetland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

THIRLBY, 2,009grt, defensively armed, 2 July 1917, 122 miles NW by W W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CITY OF CAMBRIDGE, 3,844grt, defensively armed, 3 July 1917, 10 miles NW from Jidjelli, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ICELAND, 1,501grt, defensively armed, 3 July 1917, 10 miles SW from Galley Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

MONGARA, 8,205grt, defensively armed, 3 July 1917, 1 miles from Messina Breakwater, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MATADOR, 3,642grt, defensively armed, 3 July 1917, 115 miles W by N N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

GOATHLAND, 3,044grt, defensively armed, 4 July 1917, 10 miles South from Belle Ile, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 21 lives lost including Master

HURSTSIDE, 3,149grt, defensively armed, 4 July 1917, 108 miles NNE E from Cape Wrath, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

CUYAHOGA, 4,586grt, defensively armed, 5 July 1917, 130 miles WNW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

OCEAN SWELL, sailing vessel, 195grt, 5 July 1917, 15 miles SE from Start Point, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

CUMBERLAND, 9,471grt, 6 July 1917, 16 miles SW from Gabo Island, Australia, mined and sunk

CORAL LEAF, sailing vessel, 428grt, 7 July 1917, 18 miles NW by N from Tearaght Is, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

SOUTHINA, 3,506grt, defensively armed, 7 July 1917, 6 miles WNW from Cape Sigli, Algeria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

TARQUAH, 3,859grt, defensively armed, 7 July 1917, 10 miles SW from Bull Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BELLUCIA, 4,368grt, defensively armed, 7 July 1917, 2 miles SSE from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

WILBERFORCE, 3,074grt, defensively armed, 7 July 1917, 25 miles South from Cape de Gata, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Master and Chief Engineer prisoners

CONDESA, 8,557grt, defensively armed, 7 July 1917, 105 miles West from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

OBUASI, 4,416grt, defensively armed, 8 July 1917, 290 miles NW by W W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 life lost Master made prisoner

VENDEE, 1,295grt, defensively armed, 8 July 1917, Mouth of River Gironde, mined and sunk, 3 lives lost

PEGU, 6,348grt, defensively armed, 8 July 1917, 7 miles SE from Galley Head, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

VALETTA, 5,871grt, defensively armed, 8 July 1917, 118 miles NW W from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PRINCE ABBAS, 2,030grt, defensively armed, 9 July 1917, 29 miles East from Fair Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

KING DAVID, 3,680grt, defensively armed, 10 July 1917, 360 miles NW W from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 2 lives lost

SEANG CHOON, 5,807grt, defensively armed, 10 July 1917, 10 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 19 lives lost

GARMOYLE, 1,229grt, defensively armed, 10 July 1917, 14 miles SE from MineHead, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

KIOTO, 6,182grt, defensively armed, 11 July 1917, 20 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ANGLO-PATAGONIAN, 5,017grt, defensively armed, 11 July 1917, 20 miles WSW from Les Sables d'Olonne, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

BRUNHILDA, 2,296grt, defensively armed, 11 July 1917, 7 miles E by S from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MUIRFIELD, 3,086grt, defensively armed, 11 July 1917, 350 miles NW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Chief Officer and W/T operator prisoners

CASTLETON, 2,395grt, defensively armed, 12 July 1917, 60 miles SSW from Bishop Rock, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

GIBEL-YEDID, 949grt, 13 July 1917, 150 miles W N from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

EXFORD, 5,886grt, defensively armed, 14 July 1917, 180 miles W by S S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

CALLIOPE, 2,883grt, defensively armed, July 1917, Atlantic, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 14th, 27 lives lost including Master

MARISTON, 2,908grt, defensively armed, 15 July 1917, 82 miles West from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 28 lives lost including Master

DUDHOPE, sailing vessel, 2,086grt, 15 July 1917, 200 miles West from the Fastnet, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

DINORWIC, sailing vessel, 124grt, 15 July 1917, 10 miles S by E from Hastings, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TORCELLO, 2,929grt, defensively armed, 15 July 1917, 160 miles SW by W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

EBENEZER, sailing vessel, 177grt, 15 July 1917, 25 miles NW from Dieppe, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

TRELISSICK, 4,168grt, defensively armed, 15 July 1917, 80 miles SW by W W from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master and two gunners prisoners

HENRY R JAMES, 3,146grt, defensively armed, 16 July 1917, 10 miles E by N from Ile de Bas, mined and sunk, 24 lives lost

RIBSTON, 3,372grt, defensively armed, 16 July 1917, 85 miles West from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 25 lives lost including Master

VALENTIA, 3,242grt, defensively armed, 16 July 1917, 70 miles W S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

KHEPHREN, 2,774grt, defensively armed, 16 July 1917, 178 miles East from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

FIRFIELD, 4,029grt, 16 July 1917, 10 miles NW from Cap Papas, Nikaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

TAMELE, 3,932grt, defensively armed, 16 July 1917, 65 miles W by S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

HAWORTH, 4,456grt, defensively armed, 17 July 1917, 94 miles West from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

BRAMHAM, 1,978grt, defensively armed, 19 July 1917, 10 miles E by S from the Lizard, mined and sunk, 1 life lost

ELOBY, 6,545grt, defensively armed, 19 July 1917, 75 miles SE by E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 56 lives lost including Master

BEATRICE, 712grt, defensively armed, 20 July 1917, 10 miles E by S from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

CITY OF FLORENCE, 5,399grt, defensively armed, 20 July 1917, 188 miles W N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SALSETTE, 5,842grt, defensively armed, 20 July 1917, 15 miles SW from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

NEVISBROOK, 3,140grt, defensively armed, 20 July 1917, 90 miles W S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

FLUENT, 3,660grt, defensively armed, 20 July 1917, 16 miles South from Anvil Point, mined and sunk

L H CARL, 1,916grt, defensively armed, 20 July 1917, 14 miles W S from Portland Bill, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

RAMILLIES, 2,935grt, defensively armed, 21 July 1917, 120 miles WNW from Tory Island, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, Master prisoner

CONISTON WATER, 3,738grt, defensively armed, 21 July 1917, 70 miles N by W from Butt of Lewis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 gunner prisoner

WILLENA GERTRUDE, sailing vessel, 317grt, 21 July 1917, 120 miles S by E E from Sta Maria, Azores, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

PADDINGTON, 5,084grt, defensively armed, 21 July 1917, 250 miles West from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 29 lives lost including Master

HAROLD, sailing vessel, 1,376grt, 21 July 1917, 65 miles NNW W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost including Master

AFRICAN PRINCE, 4,916grt, defensively armed, 21 July 1917, 60 miles NNW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DAFILA, 1,754grt, defensively armed, 21 July 1917, 85 miles W by S S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

TRELYON, 3,099grt, defensively armed, 21 July 1917, 3 miles N from Scarborough, mined and damaged, beached, became total wreck

COTOVIA, 4,020grt, defensively armed, 22 July 1917, 2 miles SE by E from Auskerry, mined and sunk

ROTA, 2,171grt, defensively armed, 22 July 1917, 7 miles S from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost including Master

GLOW, 1,141grt, defensively armed, 22 July 1917, 4 miles SE by E from S Cheek, Robin Hood Bay, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ASHLEIGH, 6,985grt, defensively armed, 23 July 1917, 290 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HUELVA, 4,867grt, defensively armed, 23 July 1917, 270 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SIR WALTER, 492grt, 24 July 1917, 2 miles N from Cape Ortegal, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ZERMATT, 3,767grt, defensively armed, 24 July 1917, 355 miles W by N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

BLAKE, 3,740grt, defensively armed, 24 July 1917, 30 miles N by W W from Cape Wrath, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

BRUMAIRE, 2,324grt, defensively armed, 24 July 1917, 265 miles W by N from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

PURLEY, 4,500grt, defensively armed, 25 July 1917, 210 miles SW S from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

OAKLEAF, 8,106grt, defensively armed, 25 July 1917, 64 miles NW N from Butt of Lewis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PENINSULA, 1,384grt, defensively armed, 25 July 1917, 235 miles SW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

MONKSTONE, 3,097grt, defensively armed, 25 July 1917, 240 miles W from Scilly Islands, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

RUSTINGTON, 3,071grt, defensively armed, 25 July 1917, 235 miles W by S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SOMERSET, 8,710grt, defensively armed, 26 July 1917, 230 miles W by S S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LUDGATE, 3,708grt, defensively armed, 26 July 1917, 2 miles S from Galley Head, mined and sunk, 24 lives lost including Master

CARMARTHEN, 4,262grt, defensively armed, 26 July 1917, 2 miles SE from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MOOLTAN, 9,723grt, defensively armed, 26 July 1917, 53 miles NNW W from Cape Serrat, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

CANDIA, 6,482grt, defensively armed, 27 July 1917, 8 miles S from Owers LV, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BEGONA NO 4, 2,407grt, defensively armed, 27 July 1917, 70 miles W by N N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BELLE OF ENGLAND, 3,877grt, defensively armed, 27 July 1917, 155 miles WNW from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

WHITEHALL, 3,158grt, defensively armed, 28 July 1917, 270 miles W by N from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

GLENSTRAE, 4,718grt, defensively armed, 28 July 1917, 66 miles SW by S S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

OKHLA, 5,288grt, 29 July 1917, 30 miles W from Bombay, mined and sunk, 9 lives lost including Master

MANCHESTER COMMERCE, 4,144grt, defensively armed, 29 July 1917, 15 miles W by N N from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

ADALIA, 3,847grt, defensively armed, 29 July 1917, 53 miles NE from Muckle Flugga, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 1 life lost

MANCHESER INVENTOR, 4,112grt, defensively armed, 30 July 1917, 80 miles NNE from Muckle Flugga, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

GANGES, 4,177grt, defensively armed, 30 July 1917, 8 miles SW from C Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

SHIMOSA, 4,221grt, defensively armed, 30 July 1917, 220 miles NW W from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 17 lives lost including Master

FREMONA, 3,028grt, defensively armed, 31 July 1917, 10 miles N by W from Ile de Bas, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

EMPRESS, 2,914grt, defensively armed, 31 July 1917, 4 miles E by S S from Withernsea L Ho, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost

YPRES, 305grt, 31 July 1917, 10 miles NNW W from Cape Trafalgar, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ORUBIAN, 3,876grt, defensively armed, 31 July 1917, 160 miles NW W from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

BELGIAN PRINCE, 4,765grt, defensively armed, 31 July 1917, 175 miles NW by W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 39 lives lost Master made prisoner

SNOWDONIAN, 3,870grt, defensively armed, 31 July 1917, 245 miles S by E from Sta Maria Azores, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

QUERNMORE, 7,302grt, defensively armed, 31 July 1917, 160 miles W by N N from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

AUGUST 1917

KARINA, 4,222grt, defensively armed, 1 August 1917, 17 miles SSW W from Hook Point, Waterford, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

LAERTES, 4,541grt, defensively armed, 1 August 1917, 1 miles SSW from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

LLANDUDNO, 4,187grt, defensively armed, 1 August 1917, 110 miles S by W from Porquerolles Island, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, 1 life lost

ALCYONE, motor, 149grt, 1 August 1917, 45 miles NNW from Roches Douvres, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

NEWLYN, 4,019grt, defensively armed, 2 August 1917, 2 miles South from Prawle Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

BEECHPARK, 4,763grt, defensively armed, 2 August 1917, 4 miles South from St Mary's, Scilly, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HORNCHURCH, 2,159grt, 3 August 1917, 3 miles ENE from Coquet Inland, mined and sunk, 2 lives lost

AUBE, 1,837grt, defensively armed, 3 August 1917, 3 miles N by W from Ile d'Yeu, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

CAIRNSTRATH, 2,128grt, defensively armed, grt, defensively-armed, 4 August 1917, 6 miles SSW from Ile du Pilier, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 22 lives lost including Master

BRITISH MONARCH, 5,749grt, defensively armed, 4 August 1917, 2 miles SSW from Porquerolles Light house, mined and sunk

AZIRA, 1,144grt, 4 August 1917, 6 miles SE from Seaham Harbour, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

COUNTESS OF MAR, 2,234grt, defensively-armed, 4 August 1917, 55 miles N E from Bayonne, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master

KATHLEEN, 3,915grt, defensively-armed, 5 August 1917, 90 miles West from Skelligs, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost - the Master

TALISMAN, 153grt, 6 August 1917, 7 miles ESE from Hartlepool, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

ROSEMOUNT, 3,044grt, defensively-armed, 6 August 1917, 45 miles NE by N N from Muckle Flugga, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo, 1 life lost

ARGALIA, 4,641grt, defensively-armed, 6 August 1917, 81 miles NW W from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

MATUNGA, 1,608grt, 6 August 1917, 300 miles E (true) from Riche Island, New Guinea, captured by raider Wolf, sunk by bombs

POLANNA, 2,345grt, defensively-armed, 6 August 1917, 3 miles East from Whitby, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BAYSOTO, 3,082grt, defensively-armed, 6 August 1917, 33 miles SE by E from Girdleness, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

PORT CURTIS, 4,710grt, defensively-armed, 7 August 1917, 70 miles West from Penmarch, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

IRAN, 6,250grt, defensively-armed, 7 August 1917, 200 miles ESE from Santa Maria, Azores, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

LLANISHEN, 3,837grt, defensively-armed, 8 August 1917, 8 miles N by E from Cape de Creus, Gulf of Lyons, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BLAGDON, 1,996grt, defensively-armed, 9 August 1917, 75 miles E by S from Muckle Flugga, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 12 lives lost including Master

WAR PATROL, 2,045grt, defensively-armed, 10 August 1917, 1 mile West from Peemarch, mined and sunk, 13 lives lost including Master

CITY OF ATHENS, 5,604grt, 10 August 1917, 20 miles NW from Cape Town, mined and sunk, 19 lives lost

SONNIE, 2,642grt, defensively-armed, 11 August 1917, 5 miles NW from Le Four Lighthouse, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

LYNORTA, 3,684grt, defensively-armed, 11 August 1917, 102 miles NW by N from Tory island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

ROANOKE, 4,803grt, defensively-armed, 12 August 1917, 100 miles WNW from the Butt of Lewis, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs, Master made prisoner

AKASSA, 3,919grt, defensively-armed, 13 August 1917, 8 miles SE from Galley Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 7 lives lost

TURAKINA, 9,920grt, defensively-armed, 13 August 1917, 120 miles WSW from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

MASTON, 3,881grt, defensively-armed, 13 August 1917, 35 miles ENE from Cape Spartivento, Italy, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

WISBECH, 1,282grt, defensively-armed, 14 August 1917, 12 miles NE from Trevose Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BRODSTONE, 4,927grt, defensively-armed, 15 August 1917, 95 miles W S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

HYLAS, 4,240grt, defensively-armed, 15 August 1917, 10 miles East from Butt of Lewis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ATHENIA, 8,668grt, defensively-armed, 16 August 1917, 7 miles North from Inishtrahull, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

PALATINE, 2,110grt, defensively-armed, 16 August 1917, 10 miles WNW from Island of Canna, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, Master made prisoner

DELPHIC, 8,273grt, defensively-armed, 16 August 1917, 135 miles SW W from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

MANCHESTER ENGINEER, 4,465grt, defensively-armed, 16 August 1917, 4 miles SE from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

EDINA, 455grt, 17 August 1917, 30 miles SE from Store Dimon, Faroe, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

ROSARIO, 1,821grt, defensively-armed, 18 August 1917, Atlantic, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 20 lives lost including Master, 1 fireman prisoner

POLITANIA, 3,133grt, defensively-armed, 18 August 1917, 10 miles NW by W from Cape Sigli, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ARDENS, 1,274grt, defensively-armed, 18 August 1917, 2 miles East from Filey Brig, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, possibly one life lost

MONKSGARTH, 1,928grt, defensively-armed, 19 August 1917, 17 miles N by E E from Ushant NW Lighthouse, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SPECTATOR, 3,808grt, defensively-armed, 19 August 1917, 11 miles SE from Galley Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GLOCLIFFE, 2,211grt, defensively-armed, 19 August 1917, 9 miles ENE from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost

BREMA, 1,537grt, 19 August 1917, 7 miles S E from Flamborough Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

GARTNESS, 2,422grt, defensively armed, 19 August 1917, 180 miles SE by E E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 13 lives lost including Master

CLAVERLEY, 3,829grt, defensively-armed, 20 August 1917, 4 miles SE from the Eddystone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

ELSWICK LODGE, 3,558grt, defensively-armed, 20 August 1917, 260 miles W by S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 4 lives lost

INCEMORE, 3,060grt, defensively-armed, 20 August 1917, 52 miles SE by E E from Pantellaria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

EDERNIAN, 3,588grt, defensively-armed, 20 August 1917, 6 miles S by E from Southwold, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 14 lives lost

BULYSSES, 6,127grt, defensively-armed, 20 August 1917, 145 miles WNW from the Butt of Lewis, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

VOLODIA, 5 lives lost689grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1917, 285 miles W S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

GOODWOOD, 3,086grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1917, 28 miles NW by W from Cape Bon, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

ROSCOMMON, 8,238grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1917, 20 miles NE from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DEVONIAN, 10,435grt, defensively armed, 21 August 1917, 20 miles NE from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, possibly 2 lives lost

OSLO, 2,296grt, defensively-armed, 21 August 1917, 15 miles E by N from Out Skerries, Shetland, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

HS 4, tug and RB 6, barge, 21 August 1917, 130 miles WSW from Ushant, captured by submarine, sunk by bombs

NORHILDA, 1,175grt, 21 August 1917, 5 miles SE from Scarborough, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

VERDI, 7,120grt, defensively-armed, 22 August 1917, 115 miles NW by N from Eagle Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

WINLATON, 3,270grt, 23 August 1917, 25 miles W from Cape Spartel, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 2 lives lost Master made prisoner

VEGHTSTROOM, 1,353grt, defensively-armed, 23 August 1917, 7 miles NW from Godrevy Lighthouse, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

BONIFACE, 3,799grt, defensively-armed, 23 August 1917, 7 miles NE by N from Aran Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

PENELOPE, 1,202grt, 24 August 1917, 3 cables from Swalfer Ort Lighthouse, Baltic, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

SPRINGHILL, 1,507grt, defensively-armed, 24 August 1917, 4 miles N by E E from Scarborough, mined and sunk, 5 lives lost

KILWINNING, 3,071grt, defensively-armed, 24 August 1917, 94 miles ESE from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HEATHERSIDE, 2,767grt, defensively-armed, August 1917, Atlantic, possibly torpedoed without warning by submarine, date uncertain, listed as 24th, 27 lives lost including Master

SYCAMORE, 6,550grt, defensively-armed, 25 August 1917, 125 miles NW from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 11 lives lost

CYMRIAN, 1,014grt, defensively-armed, 25 August 1917, 13 miles SE by S from Tuskar Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 10 lives lost

MALDA, 7,896grt, defensively-armed, 25 August 1917, 130 miles W S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 64 lives lost

NASCENT, 4,969grt, defensively-armed, 25 August 1917, 27 miles S from Bishop Rock, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 6 lives lost

KENMORE, 3,919grt, defensively-armed, 26 August 1917, 30 miles North from Inishtrahull, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

TITIAN, 4,170grt, defensively-armed, 26 August 1917, 170 miles SE E from Malta, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

W H DWYER, 1,770grt, defensively-armed, 26 August 1917, 15 miles E by N from Berry Head, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MINAS QUEEN, sailing vessel, 492grt, 26 August 1917, 350 miles NW from C Finisterre, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire, 6 lives lost including Master

HATHOR, 3,823grt, defensively-armed, 26 August 1917, 3 miles NW from Cape Tedles, Algeria, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost Master made prisoner

ASSYRIA, 6,370grt, defensively-armed, 26 August 1917, 34 miles NW by N N from Tory Island, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

DURANGO, 3,008grt, defensively-armed, 26 August 1917, 50 miles NW from Barra Head, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

MARMION, 4,066grt, defensively-armed, 26 August 1917, 300 miles W S from Ushant, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 17 lives lost

NAIRN, 3,627grt, defensively-armed, 27 August 1917, 125 miles N by W W from Ben Ghazi, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

HIDALGO, 4,271grt, defensively-armed, 28 August 1917, 120 miles NE N from North Cape, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 15 lives lost

WHITECOURT, 3,680grt, defensively-armed, 28 August 1917, 120 miles NNE from North Cape, captured by submarine, sunk by gunfire

VRONWEN, 5,714grt, defensively-armed, 29 August 1917, 20 miles NW by W from Gozo, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

TRELOSKE, 3,071grt, defensively-armed, 29 August 1917, 145 miles N by W W from Cape Finisterre, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

LYNBURN, 587grt, defensively-armed, 29 August 1917, mile SE from N Arklow LV, mined and sunk, 8 lives lost

COOROY, sailing vessel, 2,470grt, 29 August 1917, 10 miles S by W W from Hook Point, Waterford, captured by submarine, sunk by torpedo

NOYA, 4,282grt, defensively-armed, 30 August 1917, 8 miles WSW from the Lizard, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost

EASTERN PRINCE, 2,885grt, defensively-armed, 30 August 1917, 30 miles S W from the Eddystone, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 5 lives lost

GRELHAME, 3,740grt, defensively-armed, 30 August 1917, 4 miles SW from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

MINIOTA, 6,422grt, defensively-armed, 31 August 1917, 30 miles SE E from Start Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 3 lives lost

 

WESTBURY, 3,097grt, 31 August 1917, 8 miles SSE from the Fastnet, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine

 

VERNON, 982grt, defensively-armed, 31 August 1917, 22 miles SE by S from Spurn Point, torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine, 1 life lost - the Master

 
 

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