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Name: LADY MOSTYN
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 06/1881
Completed: 07/1881
Builder: John Readhead & Co
Yard: Lawe Yard, South Shields
Yard Number: 171
Dimensions: 709grt, 400nrt, 200.3 x 27.7 x 15.0ft
Engines: C2cyl (23 & 44 x 30ins), 80nhp
Engines by: John Readhead & Co, South Shields
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 84123
History:
07/1881 R Lewis & Co, Liverpool
1887 J Herbert Lewis, Liverpool
1892 Lewis & Co, Liverpool
1900 Lady Mostyn SS Co Ltd (J Edwards & Co), Liverpool
1907 Petzalis & Dounias, Spetzai; renamed OLGA
1912 Petzalis & Dounias, Braila; renamed CALAFAT
02/1916 Debreli Fuad Bay, Istanbul
08/1916 Renamed ZAMBRAK
1918 Ibranosyan Kumpaanyasi, Istanbul; renamed ANKARA
10/1920 Renamed SAHIN while on government service (same owner)
25/10/1923 Sank
Comments: 25/03/1917: Mined and beached near Agva on a voyage from Istanbul to
Zonguldak with a cargo of ammunition and petrol
28/03/1917: Refloated
11/1920 to 03/1921: Loaned by Kemalist forces to Red forces in the Black Sea and reported under the name SHAMIL
25/10/1923: Sank after stranding at Amasra.