MARY DAVIES

Times: Tuesday, November 27, 1888, Issue 32554 – Lloyd’s Agent at Weymouth telegraphs that the Mary Davies, Welsh schooner, of Borth, drove from her anchors in Weymouth Bay during a heavy south-west gale about 9 p.m. on Sunday. Rockets were fired, and a tug and the lifeboat proceeded to her assistance, and when near Osmington succeeded in rescuing the crew. The Mary Davies was afterwards towed into Weymouth by the Queen tug.” Ship Incident


Day of Loss: 27

Month of Loss: 11

Year of Loss: 1888


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