Information about the SS Gaul that was wrecked off Balevullin in 1926.

Printed email of information about the Grimsby steam trawler SS Gaul that was wrecked off Balevullin beach in 1926. Of the nine crew, seven perished in the sea and two made it to the shore in bad condition. The locals cared for the two survivors, Edward Thomson and George Pratt, until fully recovered. The body of the ship`s cook, Amos Beard, was washed ashore later and was buried on Tiree.

Object Details

Other Number: not specified
Normal Location: Filing Cabinet 9: drawer 3
Current Location: normal location

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