Miscellaneous Wrecks

These are wrecks for which I have found good illustrations; for which I have found full newspaper descriptions; with significant losses of life; or in locations that I have visited.

Pilot Boat Two Brothers 1770  Hoyle bank, 8 lost
Newburn 1790  Hoyle Bank, 3 lost
Sloops Betty and Mary 1791; Maria 1791; Mary 1792; Lovely Peggy 1793  Hoyle Bank, 47+6+6 lost
Pelican 1793  Mersey, 102 lost
Victory 1803  Hoyle Bank, 53 lost
Sparks and Rebecca 1809  Off Liverpool, all lost.
Prince of Wales; Rochdale 1807  Dublin, 385 lost.
Sea Horse 1816   Tramore, 364 lost.
Boadicea 1816   Tramore, 190 lost.
Newry 1830  Lleyn, 25-55 lost.
William Neilson and Grecian 1832  Burbo Bank, many lost
Packet (of Ayr) and Kircudbright Castle 1833  Hoyle Bank, 7 lost.
John Welch 1836 East Hoyle Bank, 14 lost.
Athabaska 1838  West Hoyle, 18 lost.
Mary Scott 1841  Point Lynas, 9 lost
Frankfield 1847  Cemaes Bay, 21 lost
Bouboulina (ex-Colonel Lamb) 1867 Mersey, 12-40 lost
Anglesey wrecks 1867 2,1,4,1 lost
Anglesey wrecks 1868 2,1,3 lost
Tara 1868  Formby, 20 lost
Sisters 1891  East Hoyle, 0 lost

Privateers and Prizes:
Deux Amis 1779; Pelican 1793; Hiram 1799; Victory 1803.

Troop-ships:
Cromwellian troopships; 1650; Prince of Wales; Rochdale 1807; Sea Horse; Boadicea 1816.

Treasure:
Trevor 1775; Mary Scott 1841; Deux Amis 1779.

Wreckers (especially of alcohol):
Pownall 1758; Norah 1835; Elizabeth Buckham 1866; Llŷn 1868; Ulloa 1904.

Hurricane of 1822.

Great Storm of 1826[includes Ulverston owned wrecks from 1811-1826].

Storm of October 1832.

Storm of February 1835.

Storm of July 1836.

Storm of August 1868.

Anglesey Shipwrecks .

Llŷn Shipwrecks

North Wales Coast Shipwrecks

These have mostly been transcribed to the website Wrecksite.eu

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