1306 wreck of English cargo vessel which stranded en route from Bordeaux to London, and which was broken up by local people to plunder her goods, despite the fact that there were several survivors, including two dogs. Constructed of wood, she was a sailing vessel.

LARN, VLI. Ref. C.PR. Edward II 1306.

The Yarmouth ship was wrecked at St Albans head while en route from Bordeaux to London with wine.

Driven ashore at St Alban’s Head. Some crew and two dogs escaped alive and the people carried away the goods, destroying the ship.

Day of Loss: 23

Month of Loss: 4

Year of Loss: 1306



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