Wreck of the Brigantine “Gudrun”

238 tons register ship of Fowey in Cornwall, laden with china clay and bound for Leith, floundered on the shingles off Totland Bay with the loss of her crew.

Names listed in order of mention in the County Press report 19 Mar 1892.

MCGAULEY Capt (Commander Yarmouth Coastguards)
MCGAREL Alexander L of Belfast (Master Mariner, Capt of Gudrun) .. drowned
BLAKE E.F. Esq (Coroner)
GRIFFITHS Henry Cooper (Foreman of the jury)
DANIELS David of Whitstable, Kent (Shipping Agent/surveyor for Insurance ass)
MARTIKA Oskar 29 of Finland (crew – AB, a Russian) .. drowned
PRINN Joseph (Yarmouth Coastguard)
STANDEN Henry (Yarmouth Coastguard)
CONNELL A.R.C. (member of the Totland Lifeboat Committee)
SIMMONDS (Coxwain Totland Lifeboat)
LONG Mr (a Juror)
CLEARY (a Juror)
WARDER Mr (Jury)
CLARKE Mr (Jury)
LAWTON Thomas D. (Missionary of the Sailors Rest, Fowey)
FERGUS Carrick of Belfast (crew) .. drowned
GALNA Robert of White Abbey, Belfast (crew – mate) .. drowned
SHOLON Gustav of Finland (crew – AB) .. drowned
BASS John of London (crew – cook) .. drowned
BUTLER Charles of London (crew – OS) .. drowned

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