Princess Dagmar

Official Number

Ship Builder

Engine Builder

Engine Type


124178


Napier & Miller

Clyde


Dunsmuir & Jackson

Govan


Steam 3 Cyl

HP


116 NHP

Screws


1

Torpedoed & Sunk - May 1914

Princess Dagmar SS was a British Cargo Steamer of 913grt and was defensively-armed.

She was built by Napier & Miller, Old Kilpatrick in 1907and was powered by a steam triple expansion engine which gave 8.5 knots.

On the 7th May 1918 she was torpedoed and sunk without warning in the Bristol Channel by German submarine U-54 when on passage from Swansea for France with a cargo of coal.

24 lives lost including Master.

Princess Dagmar

Left Swansea

For France

Lost 7 May 1918

Fate

Master

W Jones

Lost

Chief Officer

A McMillan

Lost

Second Officer

P E Killey

Lost

Chief Engineer

T Hughes

Lost

Second Engineer

J J Souter

Lost

Third Engineer

H Q Sayle

Lost

Able Seamen

T J Bishop

T J Cubbon

D A Meredith

T A Moore

J H Watterson

All Lost

Seamen

C Johnson

R Mayhew

Both Lost

Winchman

W Kemp

Lost

Lamps

N MacInnes

Lost

Donkeyman

J W Murray

Lost

Greasers

W Angus

Lost

Firemen

V Johnson

D M Tanner

Lost

Cook

J G Hansen

Lost

Steward

W C Stove

Lost

Cook’s Boy

H Hayton

Lost

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