|Total Records: 1|
|Ann Falcon||British||Malin Head Co Donegal||1852|
|Ann Falcon :|
|Ship type||Sail Vessel||Dimensions||| ||
|Ships Role||Cargo Vessel||Rigging Style||Brigantine|
|Wreck Location||Malin Head Co Donegal|
|Cause||Driven Ashore||Crew Lost|
|Google Map Location|
Drove ashore on the Isle of Dough near, in a gale of wind and went to pieces while running up channel to make Instralal Island made Malin Head instead, obliged to wear and run for Tranbeague Bay when just clear over the bar in mid channel sea struck her and broke tiller and consequently they lost all command over vessel and in six minutes she struck and bilged. W.M'Fall, Mr.; Alexander & Falcon, owrs., Workington.
Voyage Limerick to Glasgow with Oats
Admiralty Register of Wrecks 1852
This Ann Falcon was a 108-T Brigantine built in 1841, 6 crew, Registered in Workington owned by Alexander & Falcon
This may be a case of mistaken identity, The Ann Falcon Registered in Workington and owned by Alexander & Falcon, was a 265 Ton Barque built in 1844 estimated crew of 25 and on the 17th Januaruy she was in Liverpool unloading a Cargo from Jamaica long time Master was Bowness, This Ann Falcon was Registered up to 1880.
|Record Created on 04/04/2010|
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