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This page has been updated to include basic information about those that lost 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.



Lolworth

She was a 1,969 grt steam cargo ship that sank on 23 April 1940 after hitting a mine at a position ½ mile North-West of Elbow Buoy off North Foreland

Lolworth

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Lolworth

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
HUNTLEY JOSEPH OSWALD 37 23/04/1940 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
WICKMAN RICHARD 24 23/04/1940 Second Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.


London II

She was a 1,260 grt steam cargo ship that was sunk on 21 March 1941 by aircraft bombing at position 52° 34’ N, 04° 30’ W.

London II

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on London II

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
CARLSSON KARL MARTIN LEONHARD 45 21/03/1941 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
HANSEN HANS JACOB 64 21/03/1941 Master TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
HINSCH POUL 49 24/03/1941 Chief Officer THE MAIDENHEAD REGISTER
NIELSEN TRUSSEN 19 21/03/1941 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.


London Trader

She was a 646 grt steam cargo ship that was sunk on 26 July 1940 by a torpedo fired by an E-boat at a position 13 miles South by West of Shoreham.

London Trader

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on London Trader

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
BROWN FREDERICK 39 26/07/1940 Second Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.


Lorient

She was a 4,185 grt steam cargo ship that was sunk on 4 May 1943 by torpedoes fired by German submarine U-125 at position 54° 04’ N 44° 18’ W.

There were no survivors

Lorient

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Lorient

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
APPLETON JEAN (JOHN) 18 05/05/1943 Ordinary Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
BAILEY REGINALD GEORGE 25 05/05/1943 Assistant Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
BARNES HENRY 22 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
BARNFATHER HENRY 49 05/05/1943 Chief Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
BAYNE CHARLES HERBERT 48 05/05/1943 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
DOWNEY STEPHEN 27 05/05/1943 Sailor TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
DYSON GEORGE 46 05/05/1943 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
FIELDSEND ERNEST 40 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
FITTOS WILLIAM JOSEPH 22 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
GILLETT SAMUEL HENRY ARTHUR 17 05/05/1943 Boy TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
GINN EDWARD 23 05/05/1943 First Radio Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
GOLDTHORP GAVIN MITCHEL 21 05/05/1943 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
GOURLAY ROBERT JOHN 18 05/05/1943 Third Radio Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
GRENADE ALFONSO 43 05/05/1943 Cook TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
HARRISON GEORGE 32 05/05/1943 Donkeyman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
HELLIER STANLEY 18 05/05/1943 Ordinary Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
HENDRY GEORGE 32 05/05/1943 Second Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
HEWSON SYDNEY GEORGE 05/05/1943 Assistant Cook TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
JONES OWEN GLYNNE 05/05/1943 Boatswain HALIFAX MEMORIAL Panel 23.
JONES WILLIAM 47 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
KING FREDERICK WILLIAM 22 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
KING WILLIAM 17 05/05/1943 Mess Room Boy TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
LEWIS JOHN JOSEPH 32 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MANLEY WALTER JOHN 40 05/05/1943 Master TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MINTY FRANCIS GEORGE 18 05/05/1943 Second Radio Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MITCHELL CHARLES HENRY 50 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MURRAY SYLVESTER 35 05/05/1943 Carpenter TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
O'DRISCOLL WILLIAM 43 05/05/1943 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
PATERSON MALCOLM EVAN 32 05/05/1943 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
PECK ALEXANDER ARTHUR 43 05/05/1943 Donkeyman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
PELLS WALTER 26 05/05/1943 Chief Steward TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
ROBERTS ERNEST 64 04/04/1942 Chief Engineer Officer HULL NORTHERN CEMETERY Screen Wall.
SALMON HARRY ARTHUR 33 05/05/1943 Donkeyman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
SMITH DESMOND LINGARD 25 05/05/1943 Second Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
SMITH JAMES LORNE 27 05/05/1943 Able Seaman HALIFAX MEMORIAL Panel 23.
TANNER STANLEY 30 05/05/1943 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
WALKDEN PETER HAROLD 39 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
WARRENER GEORGE WILLIAM 19 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
WELCH ARTHUR ERNEST 49 05/05/1943 Fourth Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
WHITE JAMES ROBERT 36 05/05/1943 Fireman and Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
WILLIAMS JOHN GERAINT 23 05/05/1943 Third Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
YOUNG DOUGLAS TELFER 27 05/05/1943 Third Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.


Lorina

She was a 1,457 grt steam Passenger ship that was sunk on 29 May 1940 by aircraft bombing in Dunkirk Roads during the Dunkirk evacuation.

Lorina

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Lorina

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
BENYON JOSEPH THOMAS 48 29/05/1940 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
LUSH LEONARD 35 29/05/1940 Third Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MAULE LOUDOUN 50 29/05/1940 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
POINTER JOHN CECIL 47 29/05/1940 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
REEVES THOMAS 30 29/05/1940 Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
STARK ARTHUR 33 29/05/1940 Assistant Cook TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
WEBB EDGAR BERTIE 24 29/05/1940 Steward MALO-LES-BAINS COMMUNAL CEMETERY Plot 2. Row A. Grave 54.
WRIGHT EDWARD 48 29/05/1940 Greaser TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.


Louise Moller

She was a 3,660 grt steam cargo ship that was sunk on 13 November 1942 by torpedoes fired by German submarine U-178 at position 30° 50’ S, 35° 54’ E.

Louise Moller Louise Moller

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Louise Moller

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
ALI ARJAN 20 13/11/1942 Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
FUROZULLA 31 13/11/1942 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
GHULAM HUSAIN 13/11/1942 Seacunny BOMBAY / CHITTAGONG 1939-1945 WAR MEMORIALS
JENSEN GUNNAR 25 13/11/1942 Third Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MAJID ABDUL 46 13/11/1942 General Servant TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MEAH SAJID 35 13/11/1942 Trimmer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 65.
MIAN ATKAR 33 13/11/1942 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
MOHAMMED NOOR 37 13/11/1942 Lascar TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
RAZZAQ ABDUL 36 13/11/1942 General Servant TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
SHARIATULLA 32 13/11/1942 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
WAZWEDIN 57 13/11/1942 Cassab TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
ZOAN TAU SHIH 45 13/11/1942 Carpenter TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.


Lowland

She was a 1,006 grt steam cargo ship that sank on 22 November 1939 after hitting a mine at a position 2 miles East-North-East of Gunfleet Buoy.

Lowland

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Lowland

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
BELLAMY JOHN 56 22/11/1939 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
DUNNING WILLIAM GILLS 22 22/11/1939 Able Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
FISH WILLIAM ALFRED 29 22/11/1939 Second Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
GOLIGHTLY JOHN THOMAS ADAM 56 22/11/1939 Second Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
GRAVELL HARRY MAURICE 42 22/11/1939 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
HENSTOCK WILLIAM 43 22/11/1939 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
JOHNSON JAMES 56 22/11/1939 Donkeyman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
WATLER CHARLES RICHARD GORHAM 53 22/11/1939 Master SOUTHAMPTON (SOUTH STONEHAM) CEMETERY Sec. F. 8. Grave 14.
WEATHERILL STANLEY 40 22/11/1939 Fireman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.


Lowther Castle

She was a 5,171 grt steam cargo ship that sunk on 27 May 1942 by a torpedo fired by an aircraft at a position 60 miles East-South-East of Bear Island.

Lowther Castle

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Lowther Castle

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
WILLIAMS HUGH 44 27/05/1942 Master TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.


Lucellum

She was a 9,425 grt motor tanker that survived the war. She was damaged on 19 December 1941 by aircraft bombing at a position 5 miles from Bardsey Island on a bearing of 270°.

Lucellum

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Lucellum

Surname Forename Age D.O.D. Rank Cemetery/Memorial Grave Ref
FARLEY JAMES JOSEPH 21 19/12/1941 Ordinary Seaman TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
FISHER WILLIAM 19/12/1941 Able Seaman LIVERPOOL (ALLERTON) CEMETERY Sec. 6. Gen. Grave 562.
MORRELL HAROLD WILLIAM 21 21/01/1945 Fireman and Greaser PRESTON (NEW HALL LANE) CEMETERY Sec. M. C. of E. Grave 778.
MURRAY WILLIAM POTTER 30 19/12/1941 Chief Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
O'LOUGHLIN JOHN JOSEPH 18 19/12/1941 Sailor TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
ROWNTREE JOHN 42 19/12/1941 Chief Engineer Officer TOWER HILL MEMORIAL Panel 66.
VELEN EDWIN (B.E.M.) 46 19/12/1941 Boatswain SOUTH SHIELDS (HARTON) CEMETERY Sec. L. Grave 9483.


Lucerna

She was a 6,556 grt steam motor tanker survived the war. She was damaged on 2 August 1940 by a torpedo and gunfire from German submarine U-99 at position 55° 18’ N, 16° 39’ W but escaped and was repaired. I have been unable to locate an entry for Mr Price in the CWGC database.

Lucerna

UK and Commonwealth Merchant Navy Seamen Recorded as Lost on Lucerna