Ships hit during WWI

Rosehill

NameRosehill
TypeSteamer
GRT2,788 tons
Country  British
Built1911
BuilderS. P. Austin & Son, Ltd., Sunderland
OperatorW. J. Tillett SS. Co., Ltd. (W. J. Tillett & Co.), London (Cardiff)
History

U-boat attacks on Steamer Rosehill


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
123 Sep 1917UB 40 (Hans Howaldt)SunkTorpedoed 5 miles SWxS Fowey. Sank while under tow.
50.19N, 04.18W
Cardiff - Devonport
coal
0

6:05pm-P° Whitesand Bay 501940N 041825W

Position of attack on Rosehill

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1917 (1).

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