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Clune Park to Confederate

This page has been updated to include basic information about those that los, t their lives. The data is by courtesy of the CWGC and I have included information about those who served on the ships but who had a normal burial as well as those lost at sea and recorded on the Tower Hill memorial. In most cases further family information about the individuals is available on the CWGC website - External Ref. #7.



Clune Park (Clunepark)

The correct name of the ship was apparently Clunepark (one word). She was a 3,491 grt steam cargo ship that survived the war but was damaged on 12 February 1941 by gunfire from German Cruiser Admiral Hipper about 200 miles SE of the Azores.

Clune Park

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Clune Park (Clunepark)

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
COMERFORD PATRICK 52 12/02/1941 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
HALLIDAY ADAM PATERSON 19 12/02/1941 Apprentice TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
HUG ABDUL 21 12/02/1941 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
MEAH ASKIR 22 12/02/1941 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
MEAH GABROO 29 12/02/1941 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
TAYLOR LESLIE 20 12/02/1941 Apprentice TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
THOMAS WILLIAM DAVID 30 12/02/1941 Assistant Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
WILLIAMS JOHN THOMAS 18 12/02/1941 Mess Room Boy TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Coamo

She was a 7,057 grt steam passenger/ refrigerated cargo ship that was sunk on 2 December 1942 by a torpedo fired by German submarine U-604 at position 48° 45’ N 23° 30’ W. She was a US ship hence only Mr Jackson is recorded on the memorial - overall 186 people were killed. A list of all those on board who lost their lives can be found at External Ref. #29.

There were no survivors

Coamo

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Coamo

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
JACKSON NORMAN 01/12/1942 Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Coast Wings

She was a 1,916 grt steam cargo ship that was sunk on 26 September 1940 by a torpedo fired by German submarine U-46 at position 49° 30’ N 15° 00’ W.

There were no survivors

Coast Wings

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Coast Wings

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
BRIX SIDNEY JAMES 33 27/09/1940 Chief Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
CLARKE ERNEST W. 54 27/09/1940 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
CLAUSE JOHN ASHLEY 65 27/07/1940 Cook Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
COOPER FREDERICK THOMAS 38 27/09/1940 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
DAVIES EVAN PHELPS 36 27/09/1940 Master TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
HARDY GEORGE FREDERICK 23 27/09/1940 Sailor TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
JONES BENJAMIN FREDERICK 24 27/09/1940 Mess Room Boy TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
JONES STANLEY 24 27/09/1940 Donkeyman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
LEY ARTHUR JOHN 21 27/09/1940 Ordinary Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
LINDRIDGE FREDERICK BEAUMONT 27 27/09/1940 Boatswain TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
MALLIG JOHN 20 27/09/1940 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
MULLAH KALLA 36 27/09/1940 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
MacINTYRE ALLAN 33 27/09/1940 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
PEDRICK HAYDON JOHN 17 27/09/1940 Ordinary Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
REDMOND BENJAMIN 32 27/09/1940 Second Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
SAMPSON ROBERT 36 27/09/1940 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Cochrane

She was a 7,203 grt steam refrigerated cargo ship that survived the war. According to the CWGC database, the Date of Death of Mr Teall was 10 December 1944. Information on how he lost his life can be found on the Queries and Omissions page under 'Queries '.

Cochrane

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Cochrane

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
TEALL ALFRED LLOYD 49 10/12/1944 Chief Cook TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Coimbra

She was a 6,768 grt steam tanker that was hit on 15 January 1942 by a torpedo fired by German submarine U-123 and sunk by gunfire at position 40° 25’ N 72° 21’ W (near Long Island New York).

Coimbra

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Coimbra

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
ANDERSON ANDREW 33 14/01/1942 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
ARMSON FREDERICK 18 14/01/1942 Assistant Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
BARNARD JOHN PATRICK 36 14/01/1942 Master TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
BECKETT JOHN 23 14/01/1942 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
BODDY SIDNEY BAKER 35 14/01/1942 Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
BOOKER BRIAN GRAY 17 14/01/1942 Third Radio Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
BYRNE MICHAEL 24 14/01/1942 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
EWEN KENNETH 29 14/01/1942 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
FINAN JAMES JOSEPH 23 14/01/1942 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
HARRIS JOHN RICHARD 23 14/01/1942 Boatswain TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
HARRIS THOMAS BERNARD 23 14/01/1942 Sailor TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
HEBRON ARTHUR EDWARD 22 14/01/1942 Fourth Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
KELSO EDWARD REID 50 14/01/1942 Storekeeper TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
KING JOHN DOUGLAS 24 14/01/1942 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
KITCHEN HERBERT 21 14/01/1942 Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
MILLAR JAMES 55 14/01/1942 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
MURPHY FRANCIS JOHN PATRICK 32 14/01/1942 Second Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
NOTZING STANLEY 42 14/01/1942 Chief Cook TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
NUGENT WILLIAM 41 14/01/1942 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
REDFORD CECIL JAMES 34 14/01/1942 Donkeyman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
ROLFSEN ROLF BJARNE 34 14/01/1942 Third Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
SAVORY ARTHUR JAMES HENRY 19 14/01/1942 Sailor TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
SUTHERLAND WILLIAM RICHARD 30 14/01/1942 Sailor TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
TURNBULL GEORGE HOPPER 53 14/01/1942 Second Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
WALKER AUGUSTUS 24 14/01/1942 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
WATT ALFRED COLIN 27 14/01/1942 Third Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
WOOD THOMAS EDWARD 20 14/01/1942 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
YOUNG JACK 22 14/01/1942 Carpenter TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Collingdoc

She was a 1,780 grt steam cargo ship that hit a mine on 13 July 1941 at a position 4 cables from Southend Pier on a bearing of 200°. She was later scuttled at Scapa Flow - March 1942.

Collingdoc

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Collingdoc

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
STUTCHBURY WILLIAM EDWARD 33 13/07/1941 Second Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
WILSON WILLIAM MARTIN 51 13/07/1941 First Engineer Officer SOUTH SHIELDS (HARTON) CEMETERY Sec. 9. Grave 8107.


Commissaire Ramel

She was a 8,308 grt steam cargo ship that was sunk on 9 September 1940 by gunfire from German raider Atlantis at position 28° 30’ S 74° 13’ E.

Commissaire Ramel

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Commissaire Ramel

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
NENET MAN 44 20/09/1940 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
TAYLOR ALFRED 43 20/09/1940 Lamp Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.
TRIST VICTOR 44 20/09/1940 Greaser TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Conakrian

She was a 4,8876 grt steam cargo ship that survived the war but was damaged on two occasions. She was hit by a torpedo fired by an aircraft on 20 October 1940 at a position 9 miles from Girdleness on a bearing of 130°. And hit a mine on 15 April 1945 at position 51° 20’ N 02° 36’ E. Mr Agoro lost his life on the first of these events.After the ship was mined she was taken to the Tyne. There is a history of this ship with photographs on the Benjidog website HERE and a short account of her from Stan Mayes HERE.

Conakrian

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Conakrian

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
AGORO WILLIAM THOMAS 19 20/10/1940 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Condylis

She was a 4,439 grt steam cargo ship that was sunk on 10 August 1942 by torpedoes fired by two German submarines U-660 and U-438 at position 57° 00’ N 22° 30’ W.

Condylis

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Condylis

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
TATE JOHN HENRY KEMPSTER 17 10/08/1942 Galley Boy TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.


Confederate

She appears to have been a 202 grt trawler. According to the CWGC database, Mr Jensen was a diver who lost his life on 22 April 1941. Please see the entry for him on the Queries and Omissions page under 'Omissions'.

Confederate

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Confederate

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
JENSEN JENS 31 22/04/1941 Diver TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 31.