Irish Sailors Merchant Ship Memorial, Dublin

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  • This monument stands in memory of the Irish merchant seamen who died from enemy action during the Second World War. The monument is an anchor and a simple block of stone on which is inscribed the name...  more »
  • I work in this business and this monument moved me a little. Beautiful memorial to the Irish victims
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  • IRISH MERCHANT SHIPS LOST IN WORLD WAR TWO. MUNSTER (Captain William James Paisley) mined and sunk in Liverpool Bay 2 February 1940-no casualties CITY OF LIMERICK (Captain, R. Ferguson) sunk by air attack 700 miles west of Ushant. 15 july 1940-2 dead MEATH (Captain T. MacFarlane) mined and sunk off Holyhead . 16 august 1940-1 dead LUIMNEACH (Captain E. Jones) sunk by gunfire from U-46 in Bay of Biscay 4 september 1940-no casualites KERRY HEAD (Captain C. Drummond) bombed and sunk with all hands off Cape Clear. 22 october 1940-12 dead ARDMORE (Captain T. Ford) missing on passage Cork to Fishguard. 11 november 1940-24 dead ISOLDA (Captain A. Bestic) bombed and sunk by German aircraft off Wex ford Coast 19 december 1940- 6 dead, 7 wounded INNISFALLEN (Captain G. Rrth) mined and sunk in River Mersey. 21 december 1940-4 dead ST. FINTAN (Captain N. Hendry) bombed and sunk by German aircraft of Welsh Coast. 22 march 1941-9 dead CLONLARA (Captain J. Reynolds) torpedoed and sunk whilst in convoy 0G71 in Bay of Biscay 22 august 1941-11 dead CITY OF WATERFORD (Captain T. Alpin) sunk whilst in convoy 0G74 in North Atlantic. 19 september 1941-5 dead CITY OF BREMEN (Captain G. Bryan) sunk by German aircraft in Bay of Biscay 2 june 1942-no casualites IRISH PINE (Captain M. O'Neill) torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic by U-608. 15 november1942-33 dead KYLECLARE (Captain A. Hamilton) torpedoed and sunk in Bay of Biscay by J-456 23 february 1943-18 dead IRISH OAK (Capatin E. Jones) torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic by U607 15 may 1942-no casualites CYMRIC (Captain C. Cassedy) missing on passage Ardrossan to Lisbon. 22 march 1944-11 dead
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