The Stonewall Wreck (The Ragusan?) 

17th Century

Lying in a sand hole to the west of Bermuda the remains of this wooden ship were found by Harry Cox in the 1950’s. All that remains of this vessel are the ballast on lower wooden timbers of the ship.

The wreck was archaeologically investigated by Dethlefsen in the 1970’s and the Bermuda Maritime Museum in the 1990’s. Teddy Tucker thought she might be the Ragusan, a Spanish ship wrecked in 1648.

Dr Harris informed the Authority that the artifacts recovered by Dethlefsen in the 1970’s were taken to the US and their whereabouts are unknown today, but that his widow recently gave the Bermuda Maritime Museum a box of slides with images of artifacts collected from the excavation.