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Inkosi was the name of two steamships operated by T & J Harrison Ltd
- SS Inkosi (1902), torpedoed and sunk in 1918,there were three firemen killed in the engine room one was William Frackleton aged 31 of 6 Netherfield Place Everton, Liverpool. Son of Thomas and Mary Jane Frackleton, and husband of Blanche née Richards.
- SS Inkosi (1937), bombed and sunk in 1940, salvaged as Empire Chivalry
- Other uses
- Inkosi is the Zulu and Xhosa for chieftain in Southern Africa; Inkosikaas being the term for a chieftess.
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