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Credir mai’r CHELFORD ydy’r llongddrylliad hwn, ond heb gadarnhad ar hyn o bryd. Agerlong Brydeinig oedd y CHELFORD. Wrth deithio o Glasgow i Barry Roads, cafodd ei suddo gan yr UB 73 dan reolaeth y KptLeut Karl Neureuther ar 14 Ebrill 1918. Mae’r llongddrylliad yn gorwedd 10 milltir i’r gogledd-orllewin x gorllewin o Ynys Enlli. Ni laddwyd neb.
This wreck is believed to be the CHELFORD, but currently that is unconfirmed. The CHELFORD was a British steamer. Travelling from Glasgow to Barry Roads, she was sunk by UB 73 commanded by KptLeut Karl Neureuther on 14 April 1918. Her wreck lies 10 miles NWxW of Bardsey Island. There were no casualties.