New York Times, 20 February 1910
Italian Ship F. S. Ciampa Goes Down in Gale off Irish Coast
   QUEENSTOWN, Feb. 19—The Italian Ship F. S. Ciampa, with all her crew, was lost in a gale off Dunwoody Bay. The wreckage came ashore to-day. It is understood the crew numbered twenty, and some of the bodies have been recovered. The F. S. Ciampa was a three-masted freighter owned by F. S. Ciampa, and hailed from Castellammare, Sicily. She was built in Glasgow in 1886, and registered 1,478 tons net. She sailed from Mexillones, Oct. 9, for Falmouth, England.
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