As extracted from Jane's Fighting Ships for 1919 |
Index of British Ships Lost in the Great War and in the Events that followed in the Baltic
(Note:- P = Paddle; S. = Screw; T. = Tunnel.)
ROEDEAN (ex ROEBUCK) (1897). S. 1094 tons (gross). Sunk at Longhope, 13th January, 1915.
ST. SEIRIOL (1914). P. 928 tons (gross). Mined off the Shipwash Light Vessel 25th April 1918.
NEWMARKET (1907). S. 833 tons (gross). Missing, Eastern Mediterranean; last reported 16th July, 1917.
CLACTON (1904). S. 820 tons (gross). Torpedoed by a German Submarine at Chai Aghizi, in the Levant, 3rd August, 1916.
ASCOT (1916). P. 810 tons displacement. Guns: 2 x 12 pdr., etc. Torpedoed by a German Submarine, off Farn Islands, 10th November, 1918.
LUDLOW (1916). Sister to ASCOT, above. Mined off the Shipwash, 29th December, 1916.
PLUMPTON (1916). Sister to ASCOT, above. Mined off Ostend, 19th October, 1918.
REDCAR (1916) and KEMPTON (1916). Sisters to ASCOT, above. Both mined off Spindle Buoy, to north of Gravelines, 24th June, 1917.
CUPAR (1918). S. 800 tons displacement. Guns : 2 x 12 pdr., ete. Mined off the Tyne, 5th May, 1919.
KINROSS (1918). Sister to CUPAR, above. Mined in the Ęgean, 16th June, 1919.
PENARTH (1918). Sister to CUPAR, above. Mined off the Yorkshire Coast, 4th February, 1919.
BLACKMOREVALE (1916). S. 750 tons displacement. Guns : 1 x 12 pdr., etc. Mined off Montrose, 1st May, 1918.
ERIN'S ISLE (1912). P. 633 tons (gross). Mined off the Nore, 7th February, 1919.
QUEEN OF THE NORTH (1895). P. 590 tons (gross). Mined off Orfordness, 20th July, 1917.
BRIGHTON QUEEN (1897). P. 553 tons (gross). Mined off Nieuport, 6th October, 1915.
DUCHESS OF HAMILTON (1890). P. 553 tons (gross). Mined off the Longsand, 29th November, 1915.
HYTHE (1905). P. 509 tons (gross). Lost by collision with Armed Boarding Steamer SARNIA, off Cape Helles, night of 28-29th October, 1915.
LADY ISMAY (1911). P. 495 tons (gross). Mined near the Galloper, 21st December, 1917.
FAIR MAID (1915). P. 432 tons (gross). Mined near Cross Sand Buoy, 9th November, 1916.
NEPAULIN. (1892). P. 378 tons (gross). Mined near Dyck Light Vessel, 20th April, 1917.
PRINCESS MARY II (1911). P. 326 tons (gross). Mined in the Aegean, 2nd August, 1919.
DUCHESS OF MONTROSE (1902). P. 322 tons (gross). Mined off Dunkirk, 18th March, 1917.
MARSA (1902). P. 317 tons (gross). Lost by collision at entrance to Harwich Harbour, 18th November, 1917.
FANDANGO (1918). T. 280 tons displacement. Mined in the Dvina River, North Russia, 3rd July, 1919.
SWORD DANCE (1918). Sister to FANDANGO above. Mined in the Dvina River, North Russia, 24th June, 1919.
Note: For appearance of certain of the above vessels, reference should be made to the illustrations of various types of minesweepers, on pages 134-7.
Source: As extracted from Jane's Fighting Ships for 1919
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