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CARL ZACHARY WEBB: Am (EC2) 1945 7,176gt

1945: 2/6


CARLETON ELLIS: Am (Z-ET) 1943 7,243gt

1944: 6/19; 7/29; 8/23

1945: 4/21; 5/29

CARLIER: Belgium S/S 1915 7,217gt

Arr 1940: 1/5

11/11/1943: Sunk in air attack about 17nm north of Mostaganem, Algeria at 36 13N-0 05W.

Voyage: Glasgow in convoy KMS 31 for Bombay, Trincomali and Calcutta with mail, general and Government stores.
CARLO MARTINOLICH: Italy S/S 1928 4,207gt

1939: 12/6 Arr 1940: 3/25

1/9/1941: Reported as having been lost on this day.
CARLOS CARILLO: Am (EC2-FTS) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 9/8


CARLOS J. FINLEY: Am (EC2) 1944 7,247gt

1944: 12/8


CARLTON: Am S/S 1920 5,127gt

Arr 1940: 1/2; 4/3; 5/27

5/25/1942: Damaged by near misses of bombs in air attack in Norwegian Sea about 240mi ENE of Jan Mayen Island.

Taken in tow, then under own power, arr at Reykjavik on 5/29. Repaired. Joined next convoy PQ 17.

Voyage: Philadelphia (lv 3/13), and Reykjavik (lv 5/20) in convoy PQ 16 for Murmansk with explosives,

tanks and ammunition.

7/5/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U88 after convoy scattered in Barents Sea about 430nm NNE of Kola Inlet at76 14N-40E.

Voyage: Reykjavik (lv 6/27) in convoy PQ 17 for Archangel with cargo from PQ 16.


CARMAR: Pan S/S (War) 1919 5226gt (ex PIONEER-Belgium 1939)

1939: 11/6

1941: Transferred to Japan, renamed Kaimei Maru.

9/4/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by submarine USS Guardfish off Kuji, northeast Honshu at 40 14N-141 51E.


CARMELFJELL: Nor S/S 1935 1,334gt

Arr 1940: 1/24; 3/25

1942: 12/10

1943: 1/5R; 6/7; 10/12; 11/16; 12/16

1944: 2/14; 3/11; 5/13; 6/8; 7/8; 8/7; 9/1; 10/6; 12/2; 12/30

1945: 1/25; 2/19; 3/19; 4/24; 5/24; 7/16; 8/13


CARMONA: Pan S/S 1919 5,496gt (ex CUZCO-Am 1940)

1941: 10/9 1942: 4/29

7/18/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U160 about 26nm WNW of Galera Point, Trinidad at 10 58N-61 20W.

Voyage: Rosario, and Buenos Aires for Trinidad and Edgewater with linseed.


CARNARVON CASTLE: Br M/V Pass-Reefer 1926 20,123gt

1944: 10/13; 11/22

12/5/1940: As AMC, damaged in gun battle with KM raider Thor while on patrol in South Atlantic about 320nm southeast

of Cape Santa Marta Grande, Brazil approx 31S-43 15W. Vessel caught fire after being hit 38 times by shells.

Put into Montevideo on 12/7 for repairs.
CARNIFEX FERRY: Am (T2) 1945 10,296gt

1945: 3/6; 4/6; 5/10


CAROLA: Pan S/S 1916 3,379gt (ex SZENT GELLERT-Hungary 1940)

1941: 3/28


CAROLINA THORDEN: Fin M/V 1937 3,645gt

1939: 9/19; 9/29; 11/13; 11/24

Arr 1940: 2/17; 2/26; 12/23

1941: 1/17

3/26/1941: Damaged in air attack at entrance to Thorshavn Bay, Faeroes. Caught fire, beached then burnt out. Refloated.

Towed to Kirkwall, later to the Tyne.

Voyage: Petsamo (Finland) for New York with paper, cellulose and general cargo.

4/10/1942: Sunk as a blockship for Scapa Flow at Water Sound, between Burra Island and South Ronaldsay Island, Orkney

Islands at 58 50 30N-02 54 04W.

CAROLINIAN: Am S/S 1921 6,997gt

1942: 9/4 1943: 5/3; 11/17 1944: 5/4
CAROLUS: Fin S/S 1919 2,375gt

Arr 1940: 12/28 1941: 4/15; 5/23

1941: Seized by UK. Transferred to Canada.

10/9/1942: As Canadian ship, torpedoed and sunk by U69 in middle of St. Lawrence River about 12nm northwest of

Mont Joli at 48 47N-68 10W. Voyage: To Montreal in convoy NL 9.
CAROLYN: Am S/S 1912 3,209gt

1939: 9/9 Arr 1940: 9/23 1941: 1/29

1942: To USN as decoy “Q” ship renamed Atik.

3/27/1942: On a patrol from New York, the Atik was torpedoed around midnight by the U123 about 265nm ENE of Cape

Hatteras at approx 36N-70W. Instead of abandoning ship, she showed her concealed by getting into duel with the

U boat which then disengaged. Four hours later, the U boat surfaced to find the ship abandoned, which minutes later

exploded. No survivors.
CARONI: Venezuela S/T 1928 3,164gt

1939: 11/8

Arr 1940: 7/31; 11/22

1941: 8/12; 11/21; 12/13

1942: 2/2; 3/18
CARPERBY: Br S/S 1928 4,890gt

Arr 1940: 9/6; 12/11 1941: 11/18

3/1/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U588 about 300nm southeast of Sable Island at 39 57N-55 40W. No survivors.

Voyage: Tyne in convoy ON 66, leaving convoy to sailed independently for St Thomas and Buenos Aires with coal.


CARRABULLE: Am S/T (Hog) 1920 5,030gt

1941: 2/27

5/26/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U106 about 155nm south of Mississippi River Delta at 26 18N-89 21W.

Voyage: New Orleans (lv 5/25) for San Juan (Porto Rico) with emulsified liquid asphalt.


CARRAS: Gre S/S (War) 1918 5,234gt

Arr 1940: 2/6 1943: 3/4

3/19/1943: Torpedoed by U666 west of Ireland at 54 05N-24 19W after straggling from convoy. Torpedoed and sunk on

same day by U333 day. Voyage: Rosario, and New York in convoy SC 122 for Belfast with wheat.


CARRETA: Pan S/S 1919 5,555gt (ex CHARCAS-Am 1940)

1941: 8/5

1942 1/21; 6/26; 12/14

1943: 5/26; 9/18

1944: 1/21; 5/26; 9/1; 12/2

1945: 3/21; 8/14


CARRIER: Nor S/S 1921 3,036gt

1942: 6/22

1943: 6/3; 9/23; 10/5

1944: 1/6; 2/10; 6/3

1/19/1945: Mined about 33nm ESE of Spurn Head at 53 22N-0 58E. She lost steering in heavy seas then dropped an anchor.

Attempts to tow her were unsuccessful. Sank the next day.

Voyage: London (Barking) (lv 1/17) for the Tyne in ballast.
CARRILLO: Am S/S Pass-Reefer 1911 4,593gt

1939: 10/31; 11/14

Arr 1940: 3/6; 3/23; 5/15; 7/27; 8/17; 9/11; 9/28; 12/9; 12/31

1941: 1/29; 2/20; 3/12; 7/25; 8/15

1942: 7/29, 9/23; 12/4

1943: 1/29; 4/11; 6/11; 9/2

1944: 11/18

1945: 1/26; 7/19


CARSO: Br S/S 1923 6,275gt (ex CARSO-Italy 1941)

1943: 3/3

2/14/1941: Scuttled by Italians at Kismayu, Italian Somaliland. Salvaged by UK.

Still named Carso when in New York. Probably renamed Empire Tana shortly after.

3/25/1943: In collision with and sinking freighter Atland (Swe) while in convoy about 4nm southeast of Peterhead, Scotland

at 57 28N-01 40W.

2/9/1944: Badly damaged in a multiple collision in fog, outside of Casablanca with Winsum*(Du), Jaarstroom*(Du),

Dunav*(Yug), and Shirrabank*(Br). Found to be unsuitable for further sea service.

6/9/1944: Scuttled as breakwater at Goosebury 5, Normandy.


CARSLOGIE: Br S/S 1924 3,786gt

1941: 9/9 1942: 6/29


CARTAGO: Am S/S Reefer 1908 4,732gt

Arr 1940: 10/23

1941: 6/6; 6/28; 7/23; 8/14; 12/3; 12/20

1942: 2/4; 3/4; 3/28; 7/24; 12/18

1943: 3/4; 5/12; 7/7

1944: 9/27

1945: 2/11; 4/1
CARTER BRAXTON: Am (EC2) 1942 7,191gt

1942: 4/18; 9/10; 10/5R

1945: 2/6
CARTIERDOC: Br/Can S/S 1928 1,919gt

1941: 11/13 1943: 6/1


CARVALHO ARAUJO: Portugal S/S-Pass 1930 4,560gt

1941: 1/11; 4/12; 9/9

1942: 3/27
CASA GRANDE: Am (T2) 1944 10,448gt

1945: 3/20; 5/1


CASIMIR PULASKI: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 8/6 1944: 1/12 1945: 3/8

8/8/1945: Damaged in an explosion of a bomb, or mine, when disturbed by a dredge working near the vessel which was

berthed at a pier in Manila harbor. Voyage: Arrived from New Orleans with Army trucks, jeeps and beer.


CASPER S. YOST: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1944: 6/19 1945: 2/25


CASPIA: Br S/T 1928 6,018gt

1941: 7/18

4/16/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U81 off the Lebanese coast 10 miles south of Beirut.

Voyage: Haifa (4/16) for Tripoli (Syria) with light benzine.


CASSEQUEL: Portugal S/S 1901 4,751gt

1941: 3/25; 5/9; 5/15; 8/13; 8/29

12/14/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U108 about 155nm southwest of Cape San Vincent, Portugal at 35 08N-11 14W.

Voyage: Lisbon for Angola with general cargo.


CASSIMIR: Am S/T (Hog) 1920 5,030gt

1941: 4/12 1942: 1/13

2/26/1942: Sunk in collision with freighter Lara (Am) close to shore about 5nm NNE of Cape Fear at 33 56N-77 56W.
CASSIUS HUDSON: Am (EC2) 1944 7,198gt

1945: 5/29


CASTALIA: Br S/S-Pass 1906 6,715gt

1943: 1/2 1945: 5/14

CASTANA: Am S/T Molasses Tanker (Hog) 1920 5,030gt

Arr 1940: 6/8; 10/7

1941: 4/24; 6/19; 7/9; 11/8; 11/29

1942: 1/3; 2/7

1944: 1/21; 3/15
CASTILIAN: Br S/S (War) 1919 3,067gt

1941: 4/5; 7/19; 12/9

1942: 2/26

5/9/1941: Badly damaged by direct bomb hit in an air attack at Hull while laden with general cargo and metal.

2/12/1943: Came ashore in fog and wrecked on East Platters, near Skerries Light House, Angelsey, Wales. Total Loss.

Voyage: Manchester for Lisbon with general cargo.


CASTILLA: Honduras S/S-Reefer 1927 3,910gt

1939: 12/18

Arr 1940: 1/2; 1/15; 1/29; 2/13; 2/26; 3/11; 6/27; 1/16; 12/30

1941: 1/14; 1/27; 3/3; 3/17; 4/1; 10/11; 12/9; 12/23

1942: 1/6; 2/10

6/6/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U107 about 40nm SE of Cabo Corrientes, southwest Cuba at 21 03N-83 30W.

Voyage: Mobile for Kingston (Jamaica) with flour.
CASTOR: Du M/V 1939 1,874gt

1939: 12/22

Arr 1940: 1/22; 2/26; 4/1; 5/4; 6/10; 7/8; 8/5; 9/3; 9/30; 10/26; 12/2; 12/26

1941: 1/2; 1/29; 2/26; 3/26; 4/23; 5/23; 6/25; 7/23; 8/20; 9/19; 10/22; 12/3

1942: 2/4; 5/19; 9/4

1945: 5/26; 8/10


CATAHOULA: Am S/T Molasses Tanker (Hog) 1920 5,030gt

1941: 3/5; 11/10

4/5/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U154 about 45nm NE of Cabo San Rafael (Domincan Rep) at 19 16N-68 12W.

Voyage: San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Rep (lv 4/4) for Wilmington (Delaware) with molasses.


CATANIA (ex FT-26): Br M/V (See APc and FT vessels of RN)

11/16/1943: Cleared for Kingston, Jamaica with 135 tons ballast, 16 crew (Furness-Withy)


CATATUMBO: Venezuela S/T 1928 3,163gt

1939: 9/1

Arr 1940: 5/13; 11/22

1941: 2/17; 5/2; 5/23; 7/2; 9/22; 12/13

1942: 1/3; 4/7 delayed-proceeding 4/12
CATAWBA FORD: Am (T2) 1944 10,317gt

1944: 5/29; 6/28; 8/2; 9/2; 10/6

1945: 8/23
CATHAM: Am (T2) 1944 10,296gt

1944: 8/26; 10/5; 11/9; 12/14


CATHCART: Br/Can S/S-Reefer 1920/3,708gt

1942: 12/1

1943: 2/20; 4/21; 8/24; 11/13; 12/27

1944: 2/10; 3/25; 5/15; 6/24; 9/22; 11/28


CATHERINE BURKE: Br/Can M/Fishing Vessel 1940 130gt

Arr 1940: 9/17


CATHLAMET: Am S/S 1919 5,869gt

1939: 12/2

Arr 1940: 3/21; 7/17; 11/29

1941: 4/13; 7/26; 10/27

1942: 3/14; 7/18

1943: 2/14; 5/3; 7/30; 11/23

1944: 3/10; 5/20; 8/2; 12/21
CATRINE: Br M/V 1940 5,218gt

1943: 6/5 1944: 9/12 1945: 8/2

12/29/1940: Mined in Queen’s Channel, Liverpool Bay. Taken in tow but line broke stranding the vessel. Mined in the

channel again next day. Anchored off Tranmere Beach to discharge grain cargo from Sydney.

3/12-13/1941: Damaged in night air attack on Liverpool.
CAVALCADE: Pan M/V 1930 5,038gt (ex GERTRUDE MAERSK-Dmk 1940)

1942: 3/26; 4/7; 10/23 detained-awaiting orders-now proceeding

1943: 8/20; 11/27

1944: 1/14; 2/26; 5/18; 8/2

1945: 3/3; 5/15; 10/16
CAVELIER: Br S/S Reefer 1919 3,663gt

1942: 3/31R; 7/2R; 11/11

1943: 2/5; 4/10; 6/15; 9/3; 11/12

1944: 3/22; 6/14; 8/19; 9/22; 11/15; 12/29

1945: 3/2; 4/12; 6/14
CAYRU: Brazil S/S (Hog) 1919 5,152gt (ex SCANMAIL-Am 1940)

Arr 1940: 3/28; 4/18; 7/10; 7/22; 9/26; 10/9; 12/27

1941: 1/3; 1/10; 3/28; 4/4; 6/19; 6/27; 9/20; 10/3; 12/12; 12/24

3/8/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U94 about 145nm ENE of Cape Henlopen, Delaware at 39 10N-72 02W. Broke in two.

Voyage: Rio de Janeiro, and Para for New York with general cargo.
CAYUSE: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 2/17; 4/24; 5/29; 7/1; 8/2; 9/11

1945: 3/15
CEARALOIDE: Brazil S/S 1912 5,787gt (ex LAURA LAURO-Italy 1942)

1943: 5/21; 9/27; 10/8 detained-awaiting navy orders-proceeding 10/15

1944: 10/2
CECIL N. BEAN: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1944: 5/4; 10/29 1945: 3/18


CEDAR CREEK: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1944: 1/29; 3/9

1944: Transferred to USSR renamed Taganrog.
CEDAR MILLS: Am (T2) 1943 10,172gt

1943: 7/30; 8/18

1944: 2/21; 4/3; 8/19
CEDAR MOUNTAIN: Am (T2) 1944 10,296gt

1944: 8/2; 9/11; 10/13


CEFALU: Honduras S/S Pass-Reefer 1930 5,228gt

1942: 7/14; 8/20; 10/7; 11/17

1943: 4/10; 6/14; 8/13-USAT

12/11/1942: Lost rudder and propeller damaged in heavy weather west of the Azores while headed from US to UK.

On 12/20, freighter Clunepark*(Br) arrived to tow her near to the port of Horta where Cefalu anchored. A tug from

Gibraltar arrived to tow Cefalu into Horta for TempR. She left Horta on 1/14/43 for New York.

1/1943: Bareboat chartered to US Army as troop transport USAT Cefalu.
CEFN-Y BRYN: Br S/S 1939 5,164gt

1944: 2/25; 4/17


CEIBA: Honduras S/S Reefer 1911 1,698gt

1942: 2/27

3/17/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U124 about 88nm ENE of Cape Hatteras at 35 43N-73 49W.

Voyage: Kingston (Jamaica) for New York.


CELESTE M.: Br/Can M/V No Information

1941: 5/15; 6/6 1942: 5/27

Cleared all three times for Yarmouth NS with 183 tons bulk or general, 8 crew (J.F.Whitney)
CELTIC MONARCH: Br S/S 1929 5,831gt

1943: 3/24


CELTIC STAR: Br S/S Reefer 1918 5,575gt

1943: 1/22

3/29/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by Italian submarine Finzi about 350nm southwest of Freetown at 04 16N-17 44W.

Sank next day. Voyage: Manchester, Greenock, and from Freetown sailing independently for Montevideo and

Buenos Aries with general cargo and mail.
CEPHEE: France M/V 1938 5,800gt

1943: 11/20 1944: 9/16 1945: 3/8; 6/29


CERES: Du S/S 1919 2,680gt

1942: 5/1; 7/31; 11/9; 11/23

1943: 2/26 detained for repairs-proceeding 3/3

3/13/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U68 about 142nm north of Punta Gallinas, Colombia at 14 50N-71 46W.

Voyage: New York, and Guantanamo in convoy GAT 49 for Curacao and Recife with general.
CERINTHUS: Br S/T 1930 3,878gt

Arr 1940: 8/26 1941: 3/4; 6/27

11/9/1942: Torpedoed by U128, 180mi southwest of Cape Verde Islands at 12 27N-27 45W. Half hour later (next day), sunk

by torpedo and gunfire. Voyage: London, and Oban (lv 10/24) in convoy ON 141, later leaving the convoy to sail

independently for Freetown in ballast.
CERONIA: Du M/T 1939 8,096gt

1941: 8/1; 9/22 1944: 3/1

2/5/1940: Torpedoed by U41 about 130nm southwest of Land’s End at 49 14N-08 45W. Arr Rotterdam on 2/9.

Voyage: Las Piedras (Venezuela) for Amsterdam.

4/6/1943: Mined at Haifa. TempR made at Haifa and Alexandria. PermR made at the Tyne.
CERRO AZUL: Mexico M/T 1928 5,873gt (ex BINTA*Nor 1940)

Arr 1940: 7/29; 8/28; 11/4; 11/30


CERRO GORDO: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 5/12; 11/19

1944: 4/14; 5/13; 6/15; 7/17; 8/18; 9/18; 10/28; 12/2

1945: 1/10; 2/10 clearance cancelled-voyage abandoned 2/15; 3/13


CETUS: Nor S/S 1920 2,614gt

1939: 9/22 Arr 1940: 1/13 1942: 12/5 1943: 1/23


CEYLON: Swe S/S 1911 5,235gt

1945: 8/8

6/19/1942: Mined off Frisian Islands. Taken to a German port.
CHADDS FORD: Am (T2) 1945 10,296gt

1945: 1/17; 3/30; 5/30


CHAGRES: Pan S/S 1919 5,545gt (ex BAKERSFIELD-Am 1940)

1941: 5/9; 8/11; 11/29

1942: 2/20; 6/12; 9/5; 12/1 voyage cancelled-clearance cancelled-clearance surrendered

1943: 1/11; 5/24; 8/21

1944: 4/17; 6/24

1945: 5/26

6/5/1943: In collision with and sinking freighter Reigh Count*(Pan) in fog 30nm south of Halifax at 44 08N-63 13W.

CHALLENGE: Am S/S (C2) 1939 6,085gt

1939: 11/6

Arr 1940: 2/14; 5/2; 5/29; 6/29; 7/24; 8/21; 9/19; 10/21

10/23/1940: To USN as general stores issue ship renamed USS Castor (AKS-1).
CHALLENGER: Am M/V 1918 7,667gt

1939: 11/29; 12/13

Arr 1940: 3/22; 4/5; 7/23; 8/15; 11/27; 12/17

1941: 5/12; 9/8; 10/5

1942: 2/21; 4/24

5/17/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U155 about 18nm east of Grenada at 12 11N-61 18W. Broke down at sea after leaving

New York. Put into Savannah but finding no repair facilities there, proceeded on to Trinidad.

Voyage: New York for Cape Town and Persian Gulf ports and Bombay with general.


CHAMP CLARK: Am (EC2) 1943 7,196gt

1943: 4/12; 8/6; 12/21


CHAMPIONS HILL: Am (T2) 1944 10,296gt

1944: 12/8

1945: 1/6; 4/23; 5/24
CHAMPLAIN: France S/S Pass 1932 28,124gt

1939: 9/11 Arr 1940: 4/8; 5/27

6/17/1940: Sailed from New York and nearing her destination at La Rochelle when she struck a mine at La Pallice, at the

entrance to the port. She settled on bottom. Torpedoed four days later by U65 and made unsalvageable.


CHAMPOEG: Am (T2) 1943 10,448gt

1944: 5/19; 6/30; 8/18; 9/18; 10/28; 11/30

1945: 1/17
CHANT: Am M/V 1938 5,601gt (ex HULDA MAERSK-Dmk 1940)

1942: 4/21

6/15/1942: Sunk in an air attack about 52nm southeast of Cape Bon, Tunisia at 36 25N-11 40E.

Voyage: Glasgow, and Gibraltar, in HARPOON convoy WS 19Z for Malta with aviation gasoline in 5 gallon

containers, coal, two RAF rescue boats and general cargo.

CHANCELORSVILLE: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 11/19 1945: 3/13
CHANTILLY: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1944: 1/8; 2/11; 3/13; 5/2; 7/17; 8/26; 9/28; 10/28; 11/30

1945: 1/25
CHAPULTEPEC: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 11/24 1944: 12/16

12/26/1943: Torpedoed by U530 about 62nm northeast of Punta Manzanillo, Panama at 10 30N-78 58W. Arr at Cristobal on

same day to discharge cargo. TempR. Proceeded to Galveston for drydocking and PermR.

Voyage: Sailed independently from Aruba (lv 12/24) for Cristobal CZ with fuel oil.
CHARCOT: Br S/Whale catcher 1923 211gt

1943: 9/21


CHARLES A. DANA: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 8/12

1944: 1/11; 4/18; 7/24

1945: 1/27; 3/27; 6/5


CHARLES A. KEFFER: Am (EC2) 1944 7,198gt

1944: 12/28 1945: 5/22


CHARLES A. McALLISTER: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 6/14; 8/21; 12/9

1944: 4/26; 7/24; 11/8

1945: 2/16


CHARLES A. WARFIELD: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 12/21

1944: 5/8; 8/16; 11/8

1945: 4/7


CHARLES A. WICKLIFFE: Am (Z-ET) 1943 7,218gt

1944: 2/18; 4/17

1945: 4/2; 5/25 diverted to Houston instead of Curacao (6/4)
CHARLES BRANTLEY AYCOCK: Am (EC2-LTS) 1942 7,176gt

1943: 3/31 detained-register surrendered-clearance surrendered; 6/23; 9/30

1944: 4/7; 7/14

1945: 7/17


CHARLES BULLFINCH: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 12/14 1944: 8/24; 12/8 1945: 4/12


CHARLES C. GLOVER: Am (EC2) 1944 7,210gt

1945: 5/21


CHARLES C. JONES: Am (EC2) 1943 7,198gt

1943: 12/9 1944: 3/27


CHARLES C. PINCKNEY: Am (EC2) 1942 7,177gt

1943: 1/12

1/27/1943: Torpedoed by U514 about 160nm southwest of Pico, Azores at 36 37N-30 55W after straggling from convoy in

heavy weather. The U boat surfaced to shell the abandoned ship. Her crew reboarded next morning but was soon

abandoned again when U514 resurfaced to sink the ship with gunfire.

Voyage: New York (lv 1/13) in convoy UGS 4 for Casablanca with military cargo.


CHARLES C. RANDLEMAN: Am (EC2) 1945 7,198gt

1945: 3/28

8/31/1945: Came ashore and wrecked on Apo Reef in Mindoro Strait, Philippine Islands.

Voyage: Liverpool for Manila and San Jose.


CHARLES CARROLL: Am (EC2) 1942 7,191gt

1942: 2/4; 9/29

1943: 5/27; 12/9; 12/21

1944: 5/19; 7/20


CHARLES D. McIVER: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 12/11 1944: 5/4; 7/15 1945: 2/21

3/22/1945: Mined and sunk about 4nm west of Zeebrugge at 51 22 28N-03 04 41E. Ship settled on the bottom. Total Loss.

Voyage: Antwerp in convoy ATM 100 for Southend and New York in ballast.


CHARLES D. POSTON: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1944: 1/12; 3/20 1945: 5/10; 6/13


CHARLES DAURAY: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1944: 7/15

1945: 2/6; 6/6; 7/21
CHARLES F. MEYER: Br M/T 1938 10,516gt

1941: 8/5; 10/2; 11/28

1942: 4/16; 6/15R; 7/24R; 9/30 voyage cancelled-clearance cancelled-diverted to proceed to Port Arthur10/1; 11/4R

1945: 1/2; 3/23; 5/8

3/4/1940: Struck mine in English Channel about 16nm south of Beachy Head at 50 28N-0 16E.

11/27/1940: Torpedoed by U104 about 165nm northwest of Erris Head, Ireland at 56N-13 52W. Proceeded to the Clyde for

repairs. Voyage: Aruba, and Bermuda in convoy HX 87 for Avonmouth with gasoline.

CHARLES FORT: Am (EC2) 1943 7,207gt

1944: 9/12; 12/29
CHARLES G. BLACK: Am S/T 1921 14,305gt

1939: 9/5


CHARLES G. COUTANT: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1945: 6/9


CHARLES GOODNIGHT: Am (EC2) 1944 7,244gt

1944: 4/25


CHARLES GOODYEAR: Am (EC2-LTS) 1942 7,176gt

1943: 6/23 1945: 5/22; 8/2


CHARLES GORDON CURTIS: Am (EC2) 1942 7,176gt

1944: 2/26

1944: Transferred to USSR renamed Sergei Kirov.
CHARLES H. CRAMP: Am S/S 1920 6,220gt

1939: 10/11

Arr 1940: 1/16; 4/25; 5/4; 8/25; 9/9; 12/14; 12/26

1941: 4/12; 4/30; 8/17; 8/29; 12/30

1942: 1/17; 6/5; 7/25

1943: 3/31; 6/10 detained for repairs-will proceed 6/16; 9/28

1944: 1/27; 3/31; 9/8; 12/29 detained-awaiting orders-proceeding 1/5/45

1945: 2/21; 7/14


CHARLES H. HERTY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,198gt

1943: 12/30R 1944: 5/26; 7/24 1945: 2/26


CHARLES H. MARSHALL: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1944: 12/23


CHARLES H. SALTER: Br (N3-S-A1) 1942 1,791gt

1943: 7/9


CHARLES HENDERSON: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 6/5

1944: 2/19; 6/9; 9/19

1/21/1944: Collided with tanker Plattsburg Socony (Am) laden with aviation gasoline south of Cape Cod Canal.

4/9/1945: Exploded while docked at a Bari Harbor discharging 500 and 1000 lb bombs. It is believed a flame in the

hold caused the explosion which did considerable damage done to the city, the port and it’s facilities and to other

ships. Referred to as the Bari disaster.
CHARLES HULL: Am S/S (N3-S-A2) 1944 1,855gt

1945: 3/21


CHARLES J. FINGER: Am (EC2) 1944 7,244gt

1944: 3/4; 5/9; 7/10; 10/17


CHARLES J. FOLGER: Am (EC2) 1943 7,194gt

1943: 10/17 1944: 3/5; 5/9


CHARLES L. D.: Br M/V 1934 5,273gt (ex French 1940)

1942: 11/28R

12/9/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U553 over 300nm east of Cape Farewell at 59 02N-30 45W.

Voyage: Karachi (lv 9/8), and New York (lv 11/27) in convoy HX 217 for Glasgow with general cargo.


CHARLES L. McNARY: Am (EC2) 1944 7,247gt

1944: 12/18 1945: 2/15


CHARLES M. CONRAD: Am (EC2) 1942 7,181gt

1944: 2/19


CHARLES M. HALL: Am (EC2) 1942 7,181gt

1943: 2/13; 5/18; 7/8

1944: 3/18

1945: 3/1


CHARLES M. SCHWAB: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 5/12; 7/29; 9/14

1944:1/12; 11/28 detained-engine trouble-proceeding 12/9

1945: 4/26


CHARLES MORGAN: Am (EC2) 1943 7,244gt

1944: 1/12




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