Glasgow And Ships Of The Clyde

Ship: FOKKO UKENA (2007- General cargo ship 89m overall of Vertom Group, Rhoom, The Netherlands)

Port of Registry: St Johns (Antigua and Barbuda)
Net Tonnage: -
Reg Tonnage: -
Gross Tonnage: 2,451
Deadweight Tonnage: 3,627

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Focko Ukena

Following his capture in the Battle of the Wild Fields Ocko tom Brok is brought before Focko Ukena. Romanticised history painting by Tjarko Meyer Cramer, 1803
Reign 1427–1435
Predecessor Ocko II tom Brok
Successor Uko Fockena
Born 1360 or 1370
Died 1435
Theda of ReideHiddeke Ripperda
Focko Ukena (1360[1] or 1370 – 1435) was an East Frisian chieftain (hovetling) who played an important part in the struggle between the Vetkopers and Schieringers in the provinces of Groningen and Friesland. Aside from this he was one of the leading figures in the resistance against the forts of stately authority in East-Frisia of the tom Brok family.