|Total Records: 1|
|Barnsley||British||Inishtrahull County Donegal||1917|
|Owner||Hagerup, Doughty & Co Ltd|
|Flag||British||Builder||Edwards Bros Ltd, North Shields|
|Tonnage nrt/grt||144 / 46|
|Ship type||Steam Trawler||Dimensions||104 | 20.7 | 10.5|
|Ships Role||Fishing Vessel||Rigging Style||Ketch|
|Wreck Location||13 Miles North of Inishtrahull County Donegal|
|Cause||Sunk By Explosive Charges||Crew Lost|
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The crew have been landed of the British trawler Barnsley, which on Wednesday was reported sunk. The captain and chief engineer were made prisoners by the submarine, the crew of which ransacked the trawler and took away the foodstuffs on board.
The Times, Friday, Feb 16, 1917
The crew of the Steam Trawler Barnsley, the captain and engineer of which, as stated in The Times yesterday were made prisoners by a German Submarine have arrived at their homes at Fleetwood. They state that the commander of the Submarine informed them that he had strict orders to take two of the crew of every Boat he sank-.
The Times, Saturday, Feb 17,1917
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