The Davock sank in 210' of water off Pentwater, Michigan claiming the lives of all 32 men aboard and her cargo of coal. She sank during the Armistice Day storm on November 11, 1940 along with the Anna C. Minch and the Novadoc. She was owned by the Interlake Steamship Co. (Pickands Mather & Co., Mgrs.)
of Cleveland, Ohio. As with the Minch, there are theories that the two vessels collided in the storm. The wreckage of the Davock was found in May of 1972 by John Steele, Kent Bellrichard and Bill Cohrs. She lies upside-down with coal strewn about and her rudder hard to port.