Steel Motor Schooner of Antwerp – Captain Groenen. Crew of nine saved. (LARN & Farr: p124) – Studland Bay, Poole. See also U-143
Schooner from Jersey to Southampton. – (LARN & Farr: p93) Captain H. Hastings. Cargo COAL (Tar & Grease). Crew of 4 saved by Swanage lifeboat CHARLOTTE MARY – Old Harry Ledge, Handfast Point. Ref. BOT: Wk. Rtn. 1889 Appx. C Table 1.
Coastguard John Keogh led a crew to save members of this Schooner crew but lost his life later trying to save the cargo. Refs. Dor. Mag; 1976, No. 50 p19. & Farr: p18.
Times: Tuesday, October 21, 1862, Issue 24382 – Schooner Wesleyan of Portland to London (Portland Stone) was abandoned off Beachy Head in heavy seas. Ship Incident of a Local Vessel
Schooner – Captain G. Edwards. Cargo COAL. (LARN, VLI.) – Ball’s Sand, Studland Bay. Refs. BOT: Wk. Rtn. 1898 Appx. C Table 1 p135(707) & Lloyd’s Casualty Returns: 1898(E) p12 & Lloyd’s Register: 1896-7 No. 119(V)
Times: Monday, February 12, 1883, Issue 30741 – “The Theresa of Weymouth (Schooner) Captain J. Hibley from Guernsey for London with granite (Guernsey Granite)? struck on a sand bank off Worthing on Saturday evening. The crew consisting of the captain, two men and a boy were rescued by the National Institution lifeboat amid a scene … Read Article
Schooner – Captain Finney. Cargo FLINTS & Cargo GRANITE (Boulders). (LARN) – 20 miles S Portland Bill. Maybe a war loss, check British Vessels Lost at Sea: WW1, p34.
Schooner – Cargo COAL. (LARN, VLI.) – Portland. Ref. BOT: USC 1851 p568-9.
Schooner – Captain Kershaw. (LARN) – Portland. Ref. cited Lloyds List; No. 4,102: 09/11/1800.
3 masted schooner – Captain G. Ramussen. Cargo China Clay (347 tons). (LARN) – Sunk by German Submarine (method not recorded), 13 miles S Portland Bill. Ref. given LCWLR: WW1, p86 & Lloyd’s Register: 1915-16 No. 499(S).