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J.M. Lockwood

Names and owners




1882 J.M. Lockwood Murrell & Co. [J.H. Murrell]
1895 Berthe L. Dumenil-Leble
1902 Jarl Rederi AB Henckel
1917 Jarl Rederi AB Nordatlanten


The Swedish steamship Jarl was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-22 (Hinrich Hermann Hashagen), off north-west Scotland, on August 7th, 1917. The ship had been on a voyage from Gothenburg to Pasajes, Spain, with a cargo of woodpulp, but had been diverted to Stornoway by the Royal Navy for inspection. No lives were lost. Master O. Ernst.

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