Garryowen, The

DESCRIPTION: Fragment: "She was accompanied by two vessels more, When to her misfortune on the Patch she bore. There was calico, check and some velveteen ...The likes of this vessel you never had known: The American trader called the Garryowen"
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1945 (Ranson)
KEYWORDS: sea ship wreck commerce
FOUND IN: Ireland
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Ranson, p. 126, "The Garryowen" (1 fragment)
NOTES [29 words]: no date: "The 'Garryowen' was wrecked on the Patch, a sandbank off Balinoulart" (source: Ranson may be the source for Bourke in Shipwrecks of the Irish Coast v1, p. 52) - BS
File: Ran126

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