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CITY OF DELHI: Br S/S Reefer 1925 7,443gt

1939: 10/20

Arr 1940: 3/22; 9/7

1941: 3/10

1942: 1/13; 8/8; 9/19

1943: 4/5


CITY OF DERBY: Br S/S 1921 6,675gt

Arr 1940: 9/30


CITY OF DUNDEE: Br S/S 1921 5,273gt

1943: 4/29


CITY OF DUNKIRK: Br S/S 1912 5,681gt

1939: 12/4 1943: 1/6 1944: 6/17; 10/20


CITY OF DURBAN: Br S/S 1921 5,945gt

1942: 12/12 1944: 5/9; 11/13

1939: To RN as decoy vessel (Q Ship) renamed HMS Brutus. Served as Armed Merchant Cruiser from 3/1941 to 4/1942.
CITY OF DURHAM: Br S/S 1945 10,025gt

1945: 4/12


CITY OF EASTBOURNE: Br S/S 1923 5,563gt

1939: 9/11 1943: 4/29


CITY OF EDINBURGH: Br S/S 1938 8,238gt

Arr 1940: 4/29; 5/9; 9/9; 10/9

1941: 2/21; 3/13

1942: 10/10

1943: 3/1

10/29/1939: In collision with freighter Mary Slessor (Br) while in convoy.

1943: To RN as Landing Ship Headquarters (LSH). Renamed HMS Lothian.
CITY OF ELWOOD: Am M/V 1920 6,197gt

Arr 1940: 1/8; 2/13; 6/21; 7/22; 12/16

1941: 1/25; 7/3; 7/23; 12/12

1942: 6/11

1943: 8/14; 9/18
CITY OF EXETER: Br S/S Pass 1914 9,793gt

1942: 11/2 detained for repairs-proceeding 11/10

1943: 1/18
CITY OF FLINT: Am S/S (Hog) 1920 4,963gt

1939: 9/18; 10/3 1941: 11/9 1942: 5/16; 11/26 1943: 1/5

10/15/1939: Captured for carrying contraband by KG pocket battleship Deutschland about 400mi west of Spain at

45 09N-43 22W. The seized ship was now operated by the Germans and taken to several ports including Narvik and

Tromso, Murmansk and Haugesund. Her cargo was discharged at Bergen. Ship and crew were released on 12/1939.

Voyage: Liverpool (lv 10/3/1939) and Glasgow with general cargo.

1/1/1940: In collision with freighter Baron Blythswood (Br). Repairs completed at Narvik 1/7/1940.

1/25/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U575 about 260nm southwest of Pico, Azores at 34 47N-31 30W after falling behind

convoy when deck cargo shifted in a storm. Voyage: New York (lv 1/13) in convoy UGS 4 for Casablanca with

military cargo, tanks, aircraft, vehicles and gasoline.


CITY OF FLORENCE: Br S/S 1918 6,862gt

1942: 10/17 1944: 3/4; 5/20


CITY OF FORT WORTH: Am S/S (Laker) 1919 2,606gt

1941: 9/9 1942: 12/31-USAT

1942 ?: Bareboat chartered to US Army as cargo ship USAT City of Fort Worth.
CITY OF GLASGOW: Br S/S Reefer 1920 5,321gt

Arr 1940: 1/2; 1/15; 5/25; 11/12

1941: 3/22; 10/29

1942: 1/20; 4/2; 7/11; 12/14

1943: 2/17; 7/7; 9/3

1944: 1/5; 3/20; 6/23; 9/5

1945: 1/27; 4/2; 6/26
CITY OF HANKOW: Br S/S 1915 7,360gt

Arr 1940: 5/27 1942: 9/23

8/26/1940: Damaged in air attack off Peterhead, Scotland.

12/18/1942: Damaged on coming ashore at South Point, 4 miles north of Saldanha Bay.


CITY OF HEREFORD: Br S/S 1927 5,101gt

Arr 1940: 2/16 1943: 3/24


CITY OF HONGKONG: Br S/S Pass 1924 9,606gt

1942: 10/24 1943: 1/14


CITY OF HOUSTON: Am S/S (Laker) 1919 2,609gt

1943: 2/13; 3/22; 5/11; 10/22-USAT

1942 ? : Bareboat chartered to US Army as cargo ship USAT City of Houston.
CITY OF JOHANNESBURG: Br S/S 1920 5,669gt

1941: 2/18; 3/12; 5/26

12/23/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U504 about 90nm ESE of East London at 33 20S-29 30E. Voyage: Sailed independently

from Calcutta and Colombo (lv 10/6) for Cape Town and UK with pig iron and general cargo.


CITY OF KARACHI: Br S/S 1938 7,140gt

Arr 1940: 10/14

4/13/1941: Damaged in an air attack at Volo, Greece while in ballast. Towed next day to a bay southwest of Volo and

beached. Bombed again on 4/15 and wrecked. Total Loss.


CITY OF KEELUNG: Br S/S (War) 1919 5,186gt

1941: 3/26; 8/27


CITY OF KHIOS: Br S/S 1925 5,574gt

1939: 9/19; 10/24 1943: 1/23; 4/5


CITY OF KIMBERLEY: Br S/S 1925 5,574gt

1939: 9/11; 10/11

Arr 1940: 4/23; 11/12

1942: 12/14

1943: 7/8

1944: 2/5


CITY OF LANCASTER: Br S/S 1924 3,041gt

Arr 1940: 7/23; 9/26; 12/26

1941: 6/24

1942: 9/9R; 11/28R

1944: 5/10; 7/15
CITY OF LEICESTER: Br S/S 1926 3,351gt

1942: 12/28R


CITY OF LILLE: Br M/V 1928 6,588gt

1942: 1/15; 10/13R 1944: 3/25; 9/5 1945: 1/6


CITY OF LINCOLN: Br S/S 1938 8,039gt

Arr 1940: 2/6; 6/20; 7/26; 11/25

1942: 10/21

3/23/1941: Damaged in air attack at Grand Harbor, Malta.

2/19/1945: Mined off the Humber. Returned to Hull under own power. Left on 4/9 for repairs at Birkenhead.

Voyage: Hull for Port Said with military stores.


CITY OF LOS ANGELES: Am S/S Pass (War) 1918 8,378gt

1939: 9/29; 11/17

Arr 1940: 1/6; 2/26; 6/29; 10/28

10/1940: To USN as transport renamed USS George F. Elliot (AP-13).

8/8/1942: As USN transport, sank after Japanese airplane crashed into the ship off Lunga Point, Guadalcanal.

Vessel had completed landing US Marines and was discharging cargo.


CITY OF LYONS: Br S/S 1926 7,063gt

1939: 9/12; 10/16 Arr 1940: 4/5 1943: 1/15 1944: 3/16; 8/24


CITY OF MANCHESTER: Br S/S Reefer 1935 8,917gt

Arr 1940: 6/10

2/28/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from IJN submarine I-153 south of Tjilatjap, Java at 08 16S-108 52E.

Voyage: Sailed independently from Pekan (Malaya) for Tjilatjap with military stores and general cargo.


CITY OF MANILA: Br S/S 1916 7,452gt

1939: 10/6 Arr 1940: 2/29; 3/12

8/19/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U406 over 300nm WNW of Cape Finisterre at 43 21N-18 20W. Broke in two.

Sank next day. Voyage: Bombay, Cochin, Cape Town, and Freetown (lv 8/4) in convoy SL 118 for the Clyde

with pig iron, groundnuts, general and West African cargo.
CITY OF MOBILE: Br S/S 1912 6,614gt

1939: 11/30; 12/20

9/16/1940: Bombed in Irish Sea about 22nm NW of Spanish Head, Isle of Man at 54 18N-05 16W. Sank one mile north

from position of the attack. Voyage: Glasgow for Liverpool with general, military cargo and gasoline on deck.


CITY OF MONTGOMERY: Am S/S Pass 1910 5,656gt

1942: 10/10

1944: 3/31; 5/25; 7/14; 9/2; 10/21; 12/9

1945: 2/2; 3/22; 5/15; 7/13

1944: Vessel formerly in passenger service was converted to a freighter and carried cargo from 1944 on.
CITY OF NEW YORK: Am M/V Pass 1930 8,272gt

1939: 9/7; 9/30

Arr 1940: 1/5; 1/31; 5/6; 5/27; 9/6; 9/30

1941: 1/15; 2/3; 5/6; 5/20; 8/9; 8/22; 11/17; 12/27

3/29/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U160 about 55nm east of Cape Hatteras at 35 16N-74 25W.

Voyage: Lourenco Marques, and Cape Town for New York with ore, wool skins, asbestos and passengers.


CITY OF NEWCASTLE: Br S/S 1915 6,921gt

Arr 1940: 8/18 1943: 4/9


CITY OF NEWPORT NEWS: Am S/S Pass (War) 1919 8,378gt

1939: 9/15; 11/3; 12/30

Arr 1940: 4/17; 8/5

11/1940: To USN as transport renamed USS Fuller (AP-14, reclassified in 1943 to APA-7).

11/8/1943: Damaged in air attack at Empress Augusta Bay, Bouganville, New Guinea.
CITY OF NORFOLK: Am S/S Pass (War) 1918 8,378gt

1939: 9/1; 10/13; 12/1

Arr 1940: 1/22; 5/14; 9/6

12/1940: To USN as transport renamed USS Neville (AP-16, reclassified in 1943 to APA-9).


CITY OF OMAHA: Am S/S 1920 6,124gt

1943: 1/21

1944: 4/17; 6/24; 8/30

1945: 4/21


CITY OF ORAN: Br S/S 1915 7,323gt

1939: 11/4; 12/15 1943: 2/27

8/2/1943: Torpedoed by U196 in Mozambique Channel about 85nm north of Mozambique City at 13 45S 41 16E.

Sunk by gunfire from RN tug. Voyage: Durban (lv 7/26) in convoy CB 21 for Mombasa and Colombo with coal.


CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: Am S/S (Laker) 1919 2,674gt

1943: 3/18; 9/4-USAT

1942 ? : Bareboat chartered to US Army as cargo ship USAT City Of Philadelphia.
CITY OF PITTSBURGH: Br S/S 1922 7,377gt

Arr 1940: 6/21 1941: 9/23

1/11/1942: Came ashore outside Alexandria Harbor, Egypt. Back broken. Total Loss.
CITY OF PRETORIA: Br S/S 1937 8,049gt

1939: 12/11

Arr 1940: 2/23; 6/18; 11/6

1942: 10/7

1943: 2/24 detained waiting orders-now proceeding 2/25

3/4/1943: Torpedoed, blew up and sunk by U172 northwest of the Azores at 41 45N-42 30W. No survivors.

Voyage: Sailed independently from New York for Holyhead and Liverpool with general cargo.
CITY OF RAYVILLE: Am M/V 1920 5,883gt

Arr 1940: 2/19; 7/15; 8/19; 12/12

11/8/1940: Mined, broke in two and sank about 6mi east of Cape Otway, southwest of Melbourne at 38 51S-143 39E.

Mines laid 11/29-31 along Bass Strait by KM auxiliary minelayer Passat.

Voyage: Melbourne and Adelaide for New York with lead ingots, wool, fruit and general cargo.
CITY OF RIPON: Br S/S 1915 6,368gt

1939: 11/14 1941: 11/17

11/11/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U160 about 135nm southeast of Trinidad and 25nm off the Venezuelan

coast at 08 40N-59 20W.

Voyage: Port Said, and Cape Town (lv 10/18) sailing independently for Trinidad and New York in ballast.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO: Am S/S (Laker) 1920 2,689gt

1943: 9/17-USAT


CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO: Am S/S Pass (War) 1919 8,378gt

1939: 10/7; 11/24

Arr 1940: 1/15; 3/4; 6/25; 10/15

11/1940: To USN as transport renamed USS William P. Biddle (AP-15, reclassified 1943 as APA-8).


CITY OF SAVANNAH: Am S/S 1907 5,397gt

1942: 11/7

1944: 3/21; 5/10; 7/5; 8/23; 10/13; 11/25

1945: 1/13; 3/2; 4/20; 6/8; 7/28


CITY OF ST. LOUIS: Am S/S Pass 1910 5,425gt

1942: 11/3

1943: 5/31; 10/4

1944: 5/30; 8/21; 12/16

1945: 3/2; 5/22; 6/27; 8/8

1943: Vessel formerly in passenger service was converted to a freighter carrying cargo from 1943 on.


CITY OF SINGAPORE: Br S/S 1923 6,555gt

1939: 12/8; 12/27

5/1/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U515 about 70nm SW of Freetown at 07 55N-14 16W. Voyage: Calcutta and Takoradi

(lv 4/26), in convoy TS 37 for Freetown and Liverpool with pig iron, jute, ground nuts and general.


CITY OF SYDNEY: Br S/S 1930 6,986gt

Arr 1940: 9/21 1941: 9/20 1943: 1/5


CITY OF WELLINGTON: Br S/S 1925 5,733gt

1939: 10/24; 11/27

8/21/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U506 about 100nm southwest of Freetown at 07 29N-14 40W. Voyage: Lourenco

Marques and Mossel Bay (lv 8/6) sailing independently for Freetown and UK with chrome ore, copper ore and general.


CITY OF WINCHESTER: Br S/S Reefer 1917 7,120gt

Arr 1940: 3/1; 9/19

5/9/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U103 in Central Atlantic southwest of Cape Verde Islands at 08 20N-26 14W.

Voyage: London in convoy OB 313, left to sail independently for Cape Town and Beira with general cargo.


CITY OF WINDSOR: Br S/S 1923 7,218gt

1942: 11/19R 1944: 5/29


CITY OF WORCESTER: Br S/S 1927 5,469gt

1945: 3/17


CITY OF YOKOHAMA: Br S/S 1922 7,341gt

Arr 1940: 1/26; 2/16 1941: 7/5 1943: 2/1 1944: 2/27; 5/29


CIUDAD DE SEVILIA: Spain M/V 1927 6,279gt

1941: 6/12; 9/12


CLAIRTON: Br S/S 1919 6,080gt (ex American 1941)

1941: 6/28

1941: Transferred to UK renamed Empire Reindeer (Br).

8/10/1942: As Empire Reindeer torpedoed and sunk by U660 over 350nm south of Iceland at 57N-22 30W.

Voyage: Montreal, and Sydney CB in convoy SC 94 for Hull with Government stores and general cargo.
CLAIRY: Pan S/T 1916 5,838gt

Arr 1940: 4/17

5/21/1940: Damaged in air attack. Sank next day 8-9mi from port of Boulogne.

Voyage: Guiria and New York for Dunkirk with crude oil.


CLAM: Br M/T 1927 7,404gt

1942: 12/2

1943: 2/12; 4/16; 6/14; 12/14

1944: 2/28; 6/22; 8/5; 8/28; 9/26; 11/3; 12/26

1945: 2/13 diverted to Mobile instead of Galveston; 3/26; 4/25; 5/2; 5/24
CLAN ALPINE: Br S/S 1918 5,442gt

1939: 12/18 1942: 12/30R

3/13/1943: Torpedoed by U107 about 185nm west of Cape Finisterre at 42 45N-13 31W.

Sunk by two depth charges from sloop HMS Scarborough.

Voyage: Liverpool (lv 3/6) in convoy OS 44 for Walvis Bay and Port Sudan with general cargo and military stores.
CLAN CAMERON: Br S/S 1937 7,250gt

1943: 3/24 1944: 5/18


CLAN COLQUHOUN: Br S/S Reefer (War) 1918 7,914gt

1943: 10/30 1944: 4/4; 6/24


CLAN FARQUHAR: Br S/S Reefer (War) 1918 7,958gt

1942: 11/20R 1943: 10/16 1944: 3/20; 6/19


CLAN FERGUSON: Br S/S 1938 7,347gt

Arr 1940: 5/8 1942: 5/30

8/12/1942: Torpedoed by aircraft and torpedoed and sunk by Italian submarine Alagi 20mi north of Zembra Island, Tunisia.

Voyage: Clyde and Gibraltar in Pedestal convoy for Malta with military cargo, aviation gasoline and high explosives.


CLAN FRASER: Br S/S 1938 7,250gt

1939: 11/25

4/6/1941: Damaged in air attack at Piraeus. Blew up and sunk next day with cargo of vehicles and tires.
CLAN LAMONT: Br S/S 1939 7,250gt

1942: 9/11 1943: 3/3

1943: To RN for conversion to landing ship, infantry (LSI) completed 5/44, renamed HMS Lamont.

8/8-10/1945 served as RN accommodation vessel renamed HMS Ard Patrick.


CLAN MACARTHUR: Br S/S Reefer 1936 10,528gt

1943: 4/30

8/11/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U181 in Indian Ocean about 130nm southwest of Reunion Island at 23S-53 10E.

Voyage: Glasgow, Cape Town, and Durban (lv 8/5) in convoy DN 55, leaving it to sail independently for Mauritius

with mail, general cargo and military stores.
CLAN MACBEAN: Br S/S 1918 5,000gt

1944: 7/19; 8/30


CLAN MACBRAYNE: Br S/S 1916 4,818gt

1943: 5/7 1944: 10/7


CLAN MACDONALD: Br M/V Reefer 1939 9,653gt

1944: 12/14


CLAN MACDOUGALL: Br M/V Reefer 1944 9,725gt

1945: 5/26; 6/6


CLAN MACGILLIVRAY: Br S/S 1911 6,464gt

1943: 1/5


CLAN MACILWRAITH: Br S/S 1924 5,839gt

1943: 2/6


CLAN MACINNES: Br S/S (War) 1920 4,672gt

1942: 10/7 1943: 5/17

5/5-7/1941: Damaged in night air attacks on Liverpool while laden with cargo of copper and sugar.
CLAN MACIVER: Br S/S 1921 4,500gt

1943: 3/29 1945: 5/28


CLAN MACNAIR: Br S/S 1921 6,096gt

1942: 12/18R 1943: 12/11

CLAN MACNEIL: Br S/S 1922 6,111gt

1942: 12/84


CLAN MATHESON: Br S/S 1919 5,613gt

1941: 7/21 1943: 3/5; 6/4

1943: Renamed Empire Claire (Br).

12/5/1943: Damaged in an air attack at Calcutta after arriving from Bombay with pig iron, jute and tea.


CLAN MURDOCH: Br S/S 1919 5,900gt

1942: 11/18


CLAN MURRAY: Br S/S 1918 5,954gt

Arr 1940: 1/15


CLAN OGILVY: Br S/S 1914 5,802gt

1939: 9/23

6/30/1940: Torpedoed by U65 in Bay of Biscay at 46 17N-14 35W. Arr Falmouth on 7/4 for TempR.

Voyage: Tuticorin (India) for London and the Clyde with groundnuts, tea and manganese.

3/20/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U105, 182 miles north of St. Antonio Island, Cape Verde Islands at 20 04N-25 45W.

Voyage: Chittagong, and Freetown (lv 3/13) in convoy SL 68 for London and Glasgow with tea and pig iron.


CLAN RANALD: Br S/S 1917 5,503gt

1943: 9/9


CLAN URQUHART: Br S/S Reefer 1944 9,726gt

1944: 6/5


CLARA: Italy S/S 1922 6,131gt

1939: 9/25 Arr 1940: 1/22; 5/15

8/1940: Taken over by US at Savannah. Transferred to Panama on 6/18/1941, renamed Stone Street*(sunk).
CLARA BARTON: Am (EC2) 1942 7,176gt

1943: 10/30 1944: 1/12; 3/20 1945: 2/1; 5/28


CLARE: Am S/S 1915 3,372gt

1941: 12/13

5/20/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U103 about 20nm southeast of Cabo San Antonio, west Cuba at 21 35N-84 43W.

Voyage: Baltimore for San Juan PR.


CLARE LILLY: Br S/S 1917 3,726gt

1941: 4/2; 11/28 1942: 3/12

3/17/1942: Came ashore and broke in two at Portuguese Cove, Halifax Harbor entrance. Total Loss.
CLARISSA RADCLIFFE: Br S/S 1915 5,754gt

1943: 3/4

3/9/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U663 about 170nm SSE of Halifax at approx 42N-62W. Straggled from convoy.

No survivors. Voyage: Pepel, Freetown, and New York (lv 3/5) in convoy SC 122 for Barrow with iron ore.


CLARK HOWELL: Am (EC2) 1944 7,198gt

1944: 4/25; 7/15

CLARK MILLS: Am (EC2-LTS) 1942 7,176gt

1943: 7/6

3/9/1944: Mined about 22nm east of Bizerte, Tunisia at 37 18N-10 13E. Badly damaged and slowly sinking, down at the

head and the screw ut of water. Taken in tow by a British tug toward Bizerte but one hour later stopped towing and the

ship dropped anchor. Later beached off Bizerte where broke in two. Total Loss.

Voyage: Sailed independently from Tunis for Bizerte in ballast.


CLARKE’S WHARF: Am (T2) 1945 10,296gt

1945: 5/29


CLARKSVILLE VICTORY: Am (VC2) 1945 7,607gt

1945: 3/13


CLAUSINA: Br M/T 1938 8,028gt (ex Dutch 1939)

1941: 9/15

1942: 11/4R

1943: 3/8; 5/12; 6/17 diverted to Wilmington instead of Philadelphia (6/19)

1944: 3/20; 5/18; 8/8; 10/14; 11/29

1945: 2/10

6/27-28/1943: Collided in dense fog with tanker Skaraas*(Nor) while in convoy HX 245. Both vessels damaged.
CLAVELLA: Du M/T 1939 8,097gt

1942: 10/3

1943: 1/21; 3/18; 4/17; 5/29; 7/14; 9/28

1944: 3/27; 5/17; 7/29


CLAYMONT VICTORY: Am (VC2) 1944 7,607gt

1945: 1/1; 3/22; 6/26


CLEARPOOL: Br S/S 1935 5,404gt

1941: 11/17 1942: 11/17R; 12/17R

6/10/1941: Damaged in an air attack off Scarborough. She proceeded to Tees. Repaired at Hartlepool.

Voyage: London for the Tyne and Trinidad in ballast.

6/4/1944: Came ashore on Skitter Sands in the Humber on leaving Hull for Algiers. Back broken. Wrecked. Total Loss.
CLEARWATER PARK: Br/Can S/T (Park-V) 1944 7,261gt

1944: 3/21; 4/24; 6/20

1945: 3/2
CLEMENT CLAY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1944: 4/19


CLEODORA: Du M/T 1938 8,026gt

Arr 1940: 7/1

1941: 8/25

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


CLEOPATRA: Swe M/T 1933 6,687gt

1939: 10/4 1945: 7/25


CLEVELAND ABBE: Am (EC2) 1942 7,176gt

1943: 5/27 1944: 4/25


CLEVELANDER: Am M/V (Laker) 1923 1,460gt

1939: 11/17

1941: 5/29

1943: 7/7

1944: 6/10; 7/5; 7/29; 8/24; 9/15; 10/13

1945: 4/19; 6/1; 7/3; 8/13


CLIFFORD: Pan S/T Whale Factory 1917 6,400gt (ex FRANGO-Am 1940)

Arr 1940: 2/24; 4/15; 6/17

1941: Transferred to Japan renamed Hakko Maru.

1/4/1944: As Hakko Maru, torpedoed and sunk by submarine USS Bluefish north of Great Natuna Island at 07 10N-108 25E.


CLIFFORD D. MALLORY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,200gt

1943: 4/14R 1945: 3/23


CLIFFORD E. ASHBY: Am (EC2) 1945 7,247gt

1945: 3/17; 6/1


CLINTON KELLY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 10/23; 12/21 1944: 3/4; 9/26 1945: 8/11

CLIO: Pan M/T 1926 8,580gt

1939: 9/12

Arr 1940: 2/5; 3/2; 10/5

1942: 5/1R; 9/1R; 10/2; 10/22R; 12/9

1943: 1/25; 2/1 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled-proceeding coastwise; 2/3; 3/5; 4/30; 6/19; 8/9; 9/13; 9/24;

10/28 detained for repairs-proceeding 11/4; 12/6

1944: 2/14; 3/11; 4/10; 5/10; 6/9; 8/5; 8/26 diverted to Lake Charles instead of Baytown (9/6); 12/9

1945: 1/7; 2/2; 4/12; 7/13

2/5/1945: In collision with anchored T2 tanker Spring Hill*(Am) in Lower New York Bay.
CLIONA: Br M/T 1931 8,375gt

1941: 1/22

1942: 5/15 delayed-proceeding 5/18

1943: 4/10; 6/12; 7/29; 9/10

1944: 2/26; 6/9
CLIZIA: Italy S/S 1894 3,698gt

1939: 11/10


CLOVERBROOK: Pan S/S 1922 3,609gt (ex TROPICUS-Pan 1942; PRAHOVA-Romania 1941)

1944: 4/5; 5/20; 7/3; 8/23; 9/22

1945: 1/25
CLUMBERHALL: Br S/S 1930 5,198gt

1943: 2/11


CLUNEPARK: Br S/S 1928 3,491gt

1942: 9/3R; 9/22R

1943: 2/11 delayed-proceeding 2/22; 6/10; 7/27

1944: 11/6; 12/9

1945: 2/24; 3/27 detained-crew trouble-proceeding 3/30
CLYDE AUSTIN DUNNING: Am (EC2) 1944 7,247gt

1945: 3/28; 6/1


CLYDE L. SEAVEY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1945: 4/7


CLYDEBANK: Br M/V 1924 5,149gt

Arr 1940: 5/16 1943: 10/1


CLYDEFIELD: Br M/T 1928 7,365gt

1944: 10/14; 12/8

1945: 5/25 detained-awaiting naval orders-proceeding 5/29
COALDALE VICTORY: Am (VC2) 1945 7,607gt

1945: 7/31; 8/31


COAMO: Am S/S Pass-Reefer 1925 7,057gt

1939: 9/7; 9/21; 10/5; 10/19; 11/2; 11/16; 11/30; 12/14; 12/28

Arr 1940: 1/8; 1/22; 2/6; 2/19; 3/4; 3/18; 4/1; 4/15; 4/29; 5/13; 5/27; 6/10; 6/24; 7/8; 7/22; 8/5; 8/19; 9/3; 9/17; 9/30; 10/14;

10/28; 11/12; 11/25; 12/9; 12/23

1941: 1/9; 1/23; 2/6; 2/20; 3/6; 4/3; 3/20; 4/17; 5/1; 5/15; 5/29; 6/12; 6/26; 7/10; 7/24; 8/7; 8/21; 9/4; 9/18; 10/2; 10/16; 10/30;

11/13; 11/27; 12/11; 12/24

1942: 1/8; 1/22; 10/24

1/1942: Bareboat chartered to US Army as troop transport USAT Coamo.

12/2/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U604 NNE of the Azores after leaving the convoy 150mi west of Ireland to sail

independently on orders from British Admiralty. She had been reported as missing. No survivors.

Voyage: Gibraltar (lv 11/11) in convoy MKF 3 for New York.
COBBLE HILL: Am (T2) 1945 10,296gt

1945: 5/29

COBETAS: Spain S/S 1914 3,945gt

Arr 1940: 1/5


COCHRANE: Br S/S 1923 7,276gt

1941: 2/15 1943: 9/21 1944: 8/30 1945: 1/22; 4/6


COCKEREL: Pan S/S 1904 3,034gt (ex TASSIA-Gre 1942)

1942: 10/4; 12/18

1943: 9/11

1944: 2/19; 4/15; 10/11


COCLE: Pan S/S 1920 5,630gt (ex JACOB RUPPERT-Am 1941)

1941: 4/21; 7/1; 9/20

5/12/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U94 in mid-North Atlantic at 52 37N-29 13W.

Voyage: Tyne, and Loch Ewe in convoy ON 92 for New York with general cargo.


COELLEDA: Am S/S 1920 4,986gt

Arr 1940: 6/11; 9/16; 10/7 1941: 4/3

1941: Renamed Alcoa Trader*(Am).
COIMBRA: Br S/T 1937 6,768gt

1941: 5/10; 11/10 delayed-proceeding 11/13

1942: 1/10 delayed-proceeding 1/19

1/15/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U123 about 76nm east of Sandy Hook at 40 25N-72 21W.

Voyage: Sailed independently from New York for UK with lubricating oil.
COLABEE: Am S/S 1920 5,617gt

Arr 1940: 6/7; 6/21; 7/6; 7/24; 8/19

1941: 3/4; 4/21; 5/6; 5/21; 6/5; 6/19; 7/5; 7/19; 8/1; 8/15; 8/28; 9/10; 9/25; 10/17; 11/3; 11/18; 12/2; 12/18

1942: 1/15

1943: 2/17; 8/9

1944: 3/11; 5/25; 7/14 delayed for repairs-proceeding 7/20; 9/2; 11/16

3/12/1942: Torpedoed by U126 in Old Bahama Channel, about 15nm east Caya Romano, Camaguey Archipeligo, Cuba

at 22 10N-77 35W. Partially sunk and grounded on a shoal. Pulled off and towed to Nuevitas arr 3/16. TempR.

PermR made in Mobile. Voyage: Port Tarifa, Cuba (lv 4/20) for Baltimore with sugar.
COLBORNE: Br S/S Reefer 1921 6,230gt

1942: 12/28R

1943: 3/12; 5/11; 7/20; 12/22

1944: 4/10; 9/27


COLD HARBOR: Am S/S (Hog) 1920 5,010gt

1939: 9/6; 10/18; 12/29

Arr 1940: 4/11; 6/19; 9/6; 10/11; 12/5

1941: 1/21; 5/5; 7/25; As Panamanian 11/7

1942: As Panamanian 5/9; 5/22

6/15/1942: As Panamanian ship, torpedoed and sunk by U502 about 70nm WSW of Grenada at 11 40N-62 55W.

Voyage: Philadelphia, and Hampton Roads for Trinidad, Cape Town and Basra with tanks, airplanes and ammunition.




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