|Builder||John Brown & Co., Ltd., Clydebank, Glasgow|
|Operator||Potter, Trinder & Gwynn, London|
|History||Cargo vessel with passenger accomidations.|
U-boat attacks on Steamer Suffolk
|1||28 Dec 1916||UC 16 (Egon von Werner)||Damaged||Mined 6 to 7 miles S60°E of the Owers LV||London - Devonport||government stores||0|
|UB 39 is often incorrected listed as the ship that damaged Suffolk. In fact the ship UB 39 torpedoed was the French passenger steamer Rouen.|
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