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Stonehenge (P232)

Built By: Cammell Laird (Mersey)
Build Group: S Grp3
Fate: Lost presumed sunk of the Nicobar Island on or about 20/3/44

Roll of Honour

A Abbott  Stoker 1st Class
R Andrews  Able Seaman
G Atkinson  Stoker 1st Class
C Bleakley  Leading Stoker
D Campbell  Lieutenant
P Christopher  Able Seaman
L Clark  Able Seaman
P Clayton  Sub-Lieutenant RNVR
F Coe  Able Seaman
P Colton  Leading Signalman
T Corbett  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
R Crowther  Leading Seaman
A Cucknell  Telegraphist
R Drake  Sub-Lieutenant MID
D Edwards  Able Seaman
H Ennis  Able Seaman
C Farlow  Leading Seaman
W Hardy  Stoker 1st Class
J Hartland  Petty Officer
L Hirst  Leading Stoker
S Hodgkinson  Able Seaman
B Holland  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
F Hooper  Stoker 1st Class
F Howard  Able Seaman
R Howes  Sub-Lieutenant
R King  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
K Kirwin  Chief Petty Officer
J Kissane  Petty Officer Cook
W Lowe  Leading Stoker MID
G Martin  Stoker Petty Officer
C Molloy  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
R Neale  Petty Officer
W Pace  Petty Officer Telegraphist
J Patterson  Able Seaman
T Powell  Stoker 1st Class
P Radwell  Lieutenant
J Rees  Able Seaman
J Robertson  Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class
W Rolfe  Able Seaman
D Russell  Engine Room Artificer 4th Class
K Sargeant  Leading Telegraphist
R Smith  Able Seaman
E Spender  Leading Stoker
J Tivey  Stoker 1st Class
G Tombs  Able Seaman
L Trayhern  Able Seaman DSM
W Wood  Telegraphist

 

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Events

04-04-1942 : Laid Down
23-03-1943 : Launched
01-06-1943 : Completed
05-02-1944 : HMS Stonehenge sinks the Japanese merchant vessel Koryo Maru No.2 north of Penang, Sumatra.
12-02-1944 : HMS Stonehenge sinks the Japanese auxiliary minelayer Choko Maru off the west coast of Malaya
22-03-1944 : HMS Stonehenge sailed from Trincomalee, Ceylon and arrived in patrol area between northern Sumatra and the Nicobar Islands on 25 February 1944. She was reported overdue on 22 March 1944. The cause of loss is unknown. Lost with all hands


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