M. E. Comerford: Am (EC2) 1944 7,198gt



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John Mozolak Jr. NEW YORK SHIPS TO FOREIGN PORTS “M” Ships

moz40272@msn.com 9.1939 thru 9.1945 Page



M. E. COMERFORD: Am (EC2) 1944 7,198gt

1945: 1/11


M. F. ELLIOTT: Am S/T 1921 6,940gt

Arr 1940: 10/15 1941: 12/2

6/3/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U502 about 118nm west of Point Salines, Grenada at 12 04N-63 49W.

Voyage: Newport News (lv 5/19) in convoy then left it to sail independently for Trinidad and Caripito in ballast.


M. M. GUHIN: Am (EC2-LTS) 1944 7,180gt

1943: 6/22 1945: 7/13


M. MORAN: Am S/Tug 1912 256gt

1942: 7/24; 11/2


MAASDAM: Du S/S Pass 1921 8,812gt

1939: 12/18; 12/28

Arr 1940: 7/10; 10/3; 12/24

1941: 1/21; 4/2; 6/11

12/8/1940: In collision with and sinking freighter Anthea (Br) about 250nm ENE of St.John's NF at 48 44N-46 37W.

6/27/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U564 about 330nm southwest of Iceland at 60N-30 35W.

Voyage: New York, and Halifax in convoy HX 133 for Liverpool with general cargo, copper, iron and steel.
MAASKERK: Du S/S Pass 1929 4,452gt

1942: 6/28R; 9/16; 11/4; 12/29R

1943: 4/17; 7/29; 10/23

1944: 4/20; 6/22R; 7/10; 8/31R; 10/24

1945: 2/6; 5/12
MACABI: Pan S/S 1921 2,802gt

Arr 1940: 3/13; 5/10; 8/12; 10/22; 12/16

1941: 4/17; 6/27; 8/21; 10/11; 11/24; 12/15

1942: 2/11; 3/11

10/29/1942: Struck British mine on entering Serpent's Mouth off Icacos Point, southwest Trinidad at 10 02N-61 55W.

Sank nearby at 10 01 30N-60 54 30W. Voyage: Demerara for Trinidad.


MACBETH: Pan S/S 1920 4,885gt (ex IDA Z O-Italy 1941)

1941: 9/19 1942: 4/11

1941: As Ida Z O, laid up at Mobile where taken over by US Government. Transferred to Panama renamed Macbeth.

9/13/1942: Sunk in air attack in Norwegian Sea about 90nm WSW of Spitsbergen at 76 05N-10 00E.

Voyage: New York, Tail of Bank (?), and Reykjavik in convoy PQ 18 for Archangel with general.
MACHARDA: Br S/S 1938 7,998gt

Arr 1940: 2/26 1944: 6/9


MACOMA: Du M/T-1936 8,011gt

1945: 7/9

1944: Fitted with a flight deck as a merchant aircraft carrier (MAC).
MACTRA: Br M/T 1936 6,193gt

1944: 8/19

1945: 2/7; 4/18; 7/3
MACUBA: Du M/T 1931 8,249gt

1941: 10/21

1944: 1/27; 3/10

1945: 1/12; 3/3; 5/7; 6/15


MADAKET: Am S/S (C2-S-E1) 1945 6,165gt

1945: 7/23


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

1944: 12/23

1945: 4/6; 7/17; 8/24
MADOERA: Du M/V 1922 9,382gt

1942: 2/28; 10/26R

1943: 1/5; 10/17

1944: 5/26; 10/4; 12/13

1945: 8/8

2/24/1943: Torpedoed by U653 in North Atlantic at 46 02N-39 20W. Arr 3/2 at St John's. TempR. Left 7/18 for Sydney CB.

Voyage: Cardiff in convoy ON 166 for New York in ballast.
MADRAS CITY: Br S/S 1940 5,092gt

1942: 9/12 1943: 3/10; 3/31 1945: 2/26; 6/30


MADURA: Br S/S Pass-Reefer 1921 9,032gt

1941: 7/31; 10/10

1/30/1942: Superstructure damaged in air attack while at Singapore.

2/3/1942: Damaged in air attack at sea in Dutch East Indies.


MAE: Am S/S 1918 5,607gt

1942: 7/11

9/17/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U515 about 74nm north of Demerara at 08 03N-58 13W.

Voyage: Mobile, and Trinidad for Demerara in ballast.


MAFUTA: Belgium S/T Whale Factory 1920 6,322gt (ex RONALD-Nor 1940)

1943: 2/9


MAGALLANES: Spain S/S Pass 1928 9,689gt

Arr 1940: 7/10; 8/29; 10/21; 12/12

1941: 1/31; 3/26; 5/27; 7/11; 8/27; 10/15; 12/6
MAGDALA: Du M/T 1931 8,248gt

1941: 7/26; 11/21

1943: 1/30R; 3/6; 4/29; 8/2

1944: 2/18; 4/19; 6/30; 8/30

1/16/1945: Lost probably to marine causes. Last seen at 63 45N-23 35W, about 40nm southwest of Reykjavik. No survivors.

Voyage: Reykjavik for the Clyde but diverted to Manchester in ballast.


MAGICIAN: Br S/S 1925 5,105gt

1942: 9/2; 11/18R

4/14/1944: Came ashore at Craig Ewen Point, 2 miles north of Peterhead, Scotland at 57 31 30N-01 48W. Total Loss.
MAGISTER: Br S/S 1919 3,188gt

1942: 11/6; 12/17

1943: 1/26; 3/13; 4/26; 6/10; 7/15; 8/28; 10/21; 12/23

1944: 2/10; 3/21 detained-crew trouble-proceeding 3/27; 5/15; 6/29; 8/18; 9/27; 11/10

1945: 2/17; 4/3; 5/19; 7/9; 8/21
MAGNA: Swe S/S 1929 1,788gt

1939: 11/15 Arr 1940: 2/26


MAGNHILD: Nor S/S 1903 1,383gt

Arr 1940: 1/12

1941: 1/18; 5/21; 7/15; 8/30

1942: 2/11; 3/9; 4/18

5/5/1942: Ran aground in heavy for on Virgin Rock, Placentia Bay NF. Total Loss.

Voyage: Halifax (lv 5/2) in convoy for Argentia NF.


MAGNOLIA: Am S/T 1935 9,511gt

1944: 6/24 1945: 5/16


MAHANA: Br S/S Reefer 1917 10,951gt

1942: 10/27R

1943: 4/23; 6/28; 11/5

1944: 1/21; 6/1

1945: 4/2; 6/14
MAHIA: Br S/S Reefer 1917 10,014gt

1942: 10/16R

1943: 1/9; 5/18; 7/24; 11/12

1944: 1/26; 4/4; 6/28; 11/3

1945: 4/6; 6/6; 8/4
MAHIMAHI: Am S/S 1921 7,350gt

1939: 9/15; 12/23

Arr 1940: 5/7; 10/16

1941: 1/16; 4/18; 7/20; 10/15


MAHLON PITNEY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,200gt

1943: 3/18; 10/11

1944: 1/27; 4/17; 10/24

1945: 1/31; 4/2


MAHOUT: Br S/S 1925 7,921gt

1941: 2/26; 12/12

5/3-4/1941: Damaged by the explosion of nearby freighter Malakind*(Br) in a night air raid on Liverpool.
MAHRONDA: Br S/S 1925 7,926gt

Arr 1940: 4/25; 11/4 1941: 7/24

12/21-22/1940: Damaged in a night air raid on Liverpool. Bomb went through the deck and exploded in number one hold

starting a fire to cargo of ammonia and lumber.

6/11/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by IJN submarine I-20 in Mozambique Channel about 30nm north of Mozambique City

at 14 37S-40 58E. Voyage: Liverpool, and sailed independently from Durban (lv 6/7) for Karachi with general cargo.


MAHSEER: Br S/S 1925 7,911gt

1939: 11/25; 12/11 1941: 8/29

10/18/1941: Mined about 9nm southeast of Clacton on Sea at 51 40 32N-01 18 50E. Drifted northeast about 5nm to sink at

51 44N-01 23E. Voyage: Calcutta and Hampton Roads for London with steel, cotton, copper and general.


MAHUKONA: Brazil S/S 1919 2,512gt

1941: 3/4

3/15/1941: In distress in severe weather. Sank west of Bermuda at 30 48N-68 42W. No survivors.
MAID OF STIRLING: Br/Can S/S 1920 1,247gt

1939: 9/20; 11/2; 11/22; 12/27

1942: 1/10 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled 1/19; 1/20; 12/5

1943: 6/23; 8/2; 9/2; 9/18; 10/23; 11/8

1944: 2/16; 3/25; 8/19; 9/6; 11/1; 11/15; 11/30
MAIDAN: Br S/S 1925 7,908gt

Arr 1940: 9/30

11/5/1940: Sunk by gunfire from German pocket battleship Admiral Scheer in mid-North Atlantic at 52 26N-32 34.

No survivors. Voyage: Baltimore, and Halifax in convoy HX 84 for Liverpool with vehicles and general.


MAIHAR: Br S/S 1917 7,563gt

1941: 3/11 1943: 1/29


MAINE: Am S/S 1917 6,032gt

1939: 9/18; 10/8

Arr 1940: 2/2; 2/14; 6/3; 6/17; 9/21

1940: Transferred to UK renamed Empire Lynx*(sunk).


MAIPO: Chile S/S 1882 2,614gt

1941: 6/21


MAJA: Br M/T 1931 8,181gt

1943: 1/9; 2/13; 4/17; 7/23; 10/25; 12/29 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled

1944: 1/10; 4/17; 10/11; 12/9

1/15/1945: Torpedoed and sunk by U1055 in Irish Sea about 30nm northwest of Holyhead at 53 40N-05 14W.

Voyage: Swansea, and sailed independently from Belfast for Reykjavik with gas oil and gasoline.
MAJOR WHEELER: Am S/S 1918 3,431gt

1939: 10/20

1941: 2/8; 3/12; 9/3; 11/8

1942: 1/12

2/6/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U107 off Cape Hatteras. No survivors.

Voyage: Fajardo (Puerto Rico lv 1/31) for Philadelphia with sugar.


MAKAWAO: Honduras S/S 1921 3,253gt (ex American 1941; Nicaragua 1940)

1942: 1/9 1943: 5/29


MAKEDONIA: Gre S/S 1942 7,074gt (ex EMPIRE SQUIRE-Br 1943)

1943: 11/22R


MAKENA: Pan S/S 1919 2,729gt (ex American 1941)

1941: 2/24

1942: 1/30; 4/11 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled-6/12; 6/19
MALABAR: Br S/S 1938 7,976gt

1939: 9/19; 10/6

10/29/1939: Torpedoed and sunk by U34 about 75nm west of Lands End at 49 57N-07 37W. Voyage: Philadelphia, Boston,

and Halifax (lv 10/17) in convoy HX 5 for London and Avonmouth with lumber and general.


MALABAR: Am S/T 1914 8,465gt

1943: 4/21; 5/21; 6/20; 7/19; 8/14; 9/24; 10/23; 11/23

1945: 4/25; 7/7

1945: Transferred to China, renamed Yung Tsin.


MALAKAND: Br S/S 1919 7,649gt

1941: 2/15

5/3-4/1941: Caught fire when a partially deflated barrage balloon fell on deck during a night air raid in Liverpool.

Abandoned. Ammunition cargo exploded sinking the ship at 7 AM. Total Loss.


MALAMTON: Am S/S 1918 4,553gt

Arr 1940: 4/16

1941: Renamed Minotaur*(Am) sunk.
MALANCHA: Br S/S 1937 8,124gt

Arr 1940: 3/19 1942: 11/30R


MALANG: Am S/S 1920 3,734gt

1944: 6/24; 8/28; 10/24; 12/19

1945: 2/9; 3/16; 5/5; 6/29; 8/1
MALANGE: Portugal S/S 1904 3,155gt

1941: 3/28; 4/5; 4/7"R"; 5/29; 6/2


MALANTIC: Am S/S 1929 3,837gt

Arr 1940: 1/17; 4/2; 8/14; 12/13

1941: 3/8; 5/29; 8/22; 11/7

1942: 1/28; 10/23R

1943: 2/11 detained until further orders- register surrendered-clearance surrendered 2/13

3/9/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U409 about 310nm SSW of Vik, Iceland at 58 37N-22 32W.

Voyage: New York (lv 2/23) in convoy SC 121 for Barry with general cargo, ammunition and bombs.
MALAREN: Swe M/V 1927 2,736gt

Arr 1940: 7/15 1941: 4/5 1942: 3/16; 5/26

1942: Renamed Salen*(Swe).
MALAY: Am S/T 1921 8,207gt

1941: 1/24; 3/3; 12/8

1942: 4/10

1943: 7/5; 8/4

1944: 4/14; 6/29; 11/22

1945: 2/3; 3/24; 8/21

1/19/1942: Damaged by torpedo and gunfire from U123 about 11nm southeast of Oregon Inlet, about 7nm from shore

(Cape Hatteras area) at 35 40N-75 20W. Fires brought under control. Proceeded next day to Hampton Roads.

Voyage: Philadelphia (lv 1/18) in convoy for Port Arthur in ballast.
MALAYAN PRINCE: Br M/V 1926 8,593gt

Arr 1940: 1/3; 3/4; 5/6

1941: 2/20

1942: 6/5; 8/17


MALBO: Br/Can M/Tug 1929 60gt

1941: 7/29


MALDA: Br S/S Pass-Reefer 1922 9,066gt

1941: 7/5

12/30/1941: Towed badly war damaged motor tanker Desmoulea (Br) from Aden to Bombay arr 1/12/42.

4/6/1942: Damaged by Japanese aircraft then sunk by gunfire from IJN cruisers off Indian east coast about 160nm SSW

of Hooghly River (Calcutta) at 19 45N-86 27E. Voyage: Calcutta for Colombo.
MALDEN VICTORY: Am (VC2) 1944 7,607gt

1944: 12/8 1945: 8/24


MALIAKOS: Gre S/S 1912 3,903gt

1942: 5/16

1944: 3/29; 5/9; 9/28

1945: 7/24


MALLEMAK: Am S/S 1919 3,515gt

1941: 10/21

1941: Renamed Dunboyne (Am).
MALOJA: Br S/S Pass-Reefer 1923 20,914gt

1942: 7/1-S

3/13/1940: As Armed Merchant Cruiser, sank the German pass-cargo ship La Coruna with gunfire about 85nm northwest of

the Faroe Islands at approx 63N-10W.


MALTRAN: Am S/S 1920 3,513gt

1942: 9/23R

1943: 3/22; 5/6; 6/25

12/20/42: Became disabled along Newfoundland shoreline. Towed by two USCG cutters to Argentia NF next day.

7/5/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U759 about 32nm WSW of Cap Tiburon, southwest Haiti at 18 11N-74 57W.

Voyage: New York and Guantanamo Bay (lv 7/4) in convoy GTMO 134 for Ponce PR with general.


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

1944: 2/19; 3/27; 5/2; 5/31; 6/7; 7/9; 8/10; 9/17

1945: 1/2; 2/17
MALVINA: Du M/T 1932 8,245gt

Arr 1940: 6/4

1944: 8/10

1945: 1/6 detained for repairs-proceeding 1/12


MAMURA: Du M/T 1932 8,245gt

1941: 7/8; 11/29

3/19/1941: Damaged in air attack about 115nm west of Erris Head at 54 42N-13 20W. Arr 4/1 in Halifax.. Left 4/5 for

New York where repaired. Voyage: Shell Haven for Curacao in ballast.

2/26/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U504 about 260nm east of Daytona Beach, Florida at 29 16N-76 05W. Caught fire.

Broke in two. No survivors. Voyage: Houston for Halifax and Belfast with fuel oil.


MANA: Honduras S/S 1920 3,283gt (ex American 1940)

1942: 1/14 delayed-proceeding 1/16; 12/17

1943: 1/22; 11/1

The Germans claimed that she was torpedoed and sunk by U456 on 3/30/1942 in convoy PQ 13.


MANAGUA: Nicaragua S/S 1919 2,220gt (ex NEPTUNO-Hon 1941)

1941: 11/19; 12/24

1942: 1/16; 1/31; 3/19; 4/24

6/16/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U67 about 30nm south of Key West at 24 05N-81 40W.

Voyage: Charleston for Havana with general.
MANAQUI: Br S/S 1921 2,802gt

1939: 9/30; 11/18 Arr 1940: 1/2

3/15/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U504 about 40nm ENE of Antigua at 17 15N-61W. No survivors.

Voyage: Cardiff and Belfast in convoy OS 20 leaving it to sail independently for Kingston with general.


MANASSAS: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1944: 1/29; 3/3; 5/19; 6/23; 7/25; 9/3; 10/5; 11/6; 12/4

1945: 6/23; 8/11
MANCHESTER COMMERCE: Br S/S Reefer 1925 5,343gt

1944: 3/10


MANCHESTER DIVISION: Br S/S Reefer 1918 6,048gt

1943: 10/1

1945: 1/12; 4/2 detained-engine trouble-proceeding 4/13
MANCHESTER EXPORTER: Br S/S 1918 5,277gt

Arr 1940: 9/24 1942: 7/15R 1943: 2/17; 10/21 1944: 6/9; 10/19 1945: 2/9; 5/2


MANCHESTER PORT: Br S/S Reefer 1935 7,071gt

1943: 7/14 1944: 8/30 1945: 7/17


MANCHESTER PROGRESS: Br S/S Reefer 1938 5,620gt

1942: 12/4 1944: 10/4


MANCHESTER SHIPPER: Br S/S Reefer 1943 7,881gt

1944: 12/18


MANCHESTER SPINNER: Br S/S 1918 4,767gt

1943: 1/2; 5/28

6/9/1944: Scuttled as a breakwater blockship in Gooseberry 4 off Juno Beach, Courseuules Sur Mar, Normandy.
MANCHESTER TRADER: Br S/S Reefer 1941 5,671gt

1944: 9/5 1945: 1/9


MANDALAY: Br S/S 1911 5,529gt

1944: 5/13; 6/22; 9/8


MANDU: Brazil S/S 1913 6,588gt

1939: 11/2; 11/14

Arr 1940: 12/16

1941: 3/18; 6/7; 10/14 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled 10/15

1942: 1/6; 8/4

1943: 4/1; 4/16

1944: 3/1; 10/2

1945: 2/2; 2/9


MANGALIA: Romania M/V 1940 3,080gt

Arr 1940: 6/3

8/11/1941: To USN as cargo ship renamed USS Pleiades*(AK-46).

1945: Returned to mercantile service, renamed Scepter (Am).


MANGALORE: Swe M/V 1943 4,690gt

1945: 6/26


MANGARELLA: Swe M/V 1945 4,950gt

1945: 7/28


MANGKALIHAT: Du S/S 1928 8,457gt (ex LINDENFELS-Germany 1940)

1942: 4/7

5/10/1940: Seized by Dutch forces at Sabang, Netherlands East Indies. Renamed Mangkalihat.

5/4/1942: Mined 33 miles west of Green Point (Table Bay). Arr Cape Town on same day. Repaired.

Left 4/9/1943 for Aden. Voyage: New York for Cape Town and Bombay.

8/1/1943: Torpedoed by U198 in Mozambique Channel about 100nm northeast of Lourenco Marques at 25 11S-34 06E.

Sank 8/4 while being towed about 50nm from Lourenco Marques at 25 44S-33 32E.

Voyage: Suez, Mombasa, and Beira in convoy BC 2 for Durban and UK with copper, sisal and tobacco.


MANGORE: Am S/S 1918 4,066gt

1942: 10/12R


MANHATTAN: Am S/S Pass 1932 24,289gt

1939: 9/9; 10/4

Arr 1940: 1/24; 2/23; 3/18; 4/15; 5/13; 6/11; 7/19; 9/11; 10/17; 10/28; 12/30

1941: 1/10

1/12/1941: Ran aground off Palm Beach, Florida. Refloated. Towed to New York.

1941: Bareboat chartered to US Army as troop transport USAT Manhattan.

6/1941: To USN as transport, renamed USS Wakefield (AP-21).

9/3/1942: Caught fire while in a convoy. Towed to Halifax and beached. Returned to service 6/1944.


MANIPUR: Br S/S 1920 8,652gt

1939: 12/6 Arr 1940: 6/8

7/17/1940: Torpedoed and sunk by U57 about 8nm northwest of Cape Wrath, Scotland at 58 41N-05 14W.

Voyage: Baltimore, and Halifax in convoy HX 55 for London with general cargo, iron, steel, lumber and zinc.


MANOERAN: Du M/V 1922 9,374gt

Arr 1940: 11/4 1941: 6/12; 6/30 1942: 3/21


MANUEL: Pan M/V 1926 4,480gt

1942: 11/5

1943: 2/1; 11/23

1944: 2/9; 5/5; 6/17; 9/13

1945: 3/17
MANUELA: Am S/S 1934 4,772gt

1939: 9/16; 10/7; 10/28; 11/18; 12/9; 12/29

1941: 1/11; 2/1; 2/21detained-engine trouble-will proceed 2/25; 3/15; 4/5; 4/26; 5/17; 6/7; 6/28; 7/19; 8/9; 8/30; 9/20; 10/11;

11/1; 11/22; 12/13

1942: 1/3; 1/27; 4/4

6/24/1942: Torpedoed by U404 about 42nm ESE of Cape Lookout at 34 30N-75 40W. Sank next day while being towed to

Morehead City. Voyage: San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Savannah in convoy for New York with sugar.
MANZANILLO: Cuba S/S 1915 1,025gt

1941: 12/19

8/12/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U508 about 15nm south of Key West, Florida at 24 20N-81 50W.

Voyage: Miami and Key West in Special Convoy 12 for Havana with general.


MAO MAO: Br M/Yacht No information

Arr 1940: 8/2


MAPIA: Du M/V 1923 9,389gt

1939: 9/20; 10/21 Arr 1940: 8/19 1941: 2/26; 4/4 1942: 1/28; 8/6 1943: 5/19; 12/31 1944: 1/17R


MAPLEWOOD: Br S/S 1930 4,566gt

1941: 5/6 1942: 9/7; 9/16R 1945: 3/16


MAR CANTABRICO: Spain M/V 1930 6,632gt

Arr 1940: 8/26


MAR CARIBE: Spain S/S 1920 5,152gt

Arr 1940: 10/7


MARANON: Peru S/S 1922 3,369gt

1941: 11/10


MARATHON: Nor S/T 1930 7,208gt

1939: 9/2; 9/23; 10/14; 11/3; 11/24

1941: 1/20

1942: 1/27; 7/18; 10/18; 12/1

1944: 2/15; 7/27; 9/1; 9/27

1945: 1/26; 6/7; 7/14


MARAVI: Pan S/S 1921 2,802gt

1939: 11/11

Arr 1940: 2/1; 4/1; 6/7; 9/20

1941: 3/3; 4/20; 8/2; 9/7; 10/20; 11/18; 12/9

1942: 1/3; 1/27; 2/28; 4/10

1943: 11/13; 12/22

1944: 1/25; 6/24; 10/23
MARCHEN MAERSK: Dmk M/V Reefer 1937 6,580gt

1939: 10/18; 11/10 Arr 1940: 3/12; 4/8

12/1941: Taken over by US. Transferred to Panama, renamed Caldera.

1942: Transferred to US, renamed Perida.


MARECHAL JOFFRE: France M/V Pass 1930 12,063gt

1945: 7/16

12/12/1941: Taken over by US at Manila soon after the start of hostilities in the Pacific. Sailed to Allied ports in Netherlands

East Indies, Australia and New Zealand. Arr 4/19/1942 at San Francisco with cargo of wool and zircon sand.

4/20/1942: Taken over by US and transferred to US Maritime Commission.

4/27/1942: Commissioned as USN transport USS Rochambeau (AP-63).


MARET: Estonia S/S 1910 3,025gt

Arr 1940: 3/22; 6/5


MARGA: Nor S/S 1924 1,583gt

1939: 11/29 Arr 1940: 1/26; 7/6

9/17/1943: Mined outside Crotone Harbor, Italy. Beached next day inside the harbor. Refloated. Arr Taranto in tow 10/12.
MARGALAU: Br S/S 1926 4,541gt

1942: 12/7R 1943: 3/24


MARGARET: Am S/S 1916 3,352gt

1941: 3/21; 5/29

4/14/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U571 off Cape Hatteras. No survivors.

Voyage: San Juan, Puerto Rico (lv 3/28) for Philadelphia with sugar.


MARGARET BRENT: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1944: 5/26; 8/1 1945: 1/4; 1/22


MARGARET JOHNSON: Swe M/V Pass-Reefer 1925 5,143gt

Arr 1940: 8/20

MARGARET LYKES: Am S/S 1919 3,537gt

1943: 2/17 detained-proceeding 3/8; 8/21

1944: 1/11; 2/20; 3/31; 5/5
MARGIT: Dmk S/S 1924 1,735gt

1939: 10/7

1940: Transferred to UK

2/7/1944: As British vessel, torpedoed and sunk by U985 about 90nm SSW of Faroe Islands at 61 30N-10 30W.

Voyage: The Tyne (lv 1/29), and Loch Ewe (lv 2/5) in convoy RA 56 for Reykjavik with coal.
MARGOT: Br S/S 1926 4,545gt

1942: 5/21

5/23/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U588 about 330nm east of Cape Henlopen, Delaware at approx 39N-68W.

Voyage: Sailed independently from New York (lv 5/22) for Trinidad and Alexandria with general and military stores.


MARGOT MORAN: Am M/Tug 1942 211gt

1944: 8/1 Cleared to Cristobal CZ towing Navy barges with deck cargo

1945: 10/25
MARGRETHE BAKKE: Nor M/V Reefer 1938 5,478gt

Arr 1940: 11/23

1941: 3/18; 4/2; 8/5; 8/18

1942: 2/13; 6/27

1943: 2/22; 8/7; 12/18

1944: 6/24

1945: 3/14; 5/9; 6/28; 8/6
MARIA: Italy M/V 1926 6,339gt

1939: 11/6 Arr 1940: 2/26

11/8/1941: Sunk by gunfire from ships of RN Force K in Ionian Sea 140nm east of Catania, Sicily at 37 08N-18 09E.

She was in a convoy of seven merchant ships, all sunk, and naval escort. Voyage: Naples for Tripoli.

MARIA: Dmk S/S Reefer 1933 1,369gt

Arr 1940: 7/1

8/2/1941: Transferred to US after being laid up in New York from arrival in 1940.

8/11/1941: To USN as stores ship renamed USS Uranus (AF-14).


MARIA AMELIA: Portugal S/S 1913 1,766gt

1942: 3/26; 6/13


MARIA CRISTINA: Portugal S/S 1920 3,265gt

1941: 1/16


MARIA MITCHELL: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 9/14; 12/1 1944: 5/8R


MARIA VICTORIA: Spain S/S 1920 3,619gt (ex POTENZA-Spain 1939)

1939: 11/3

Arr 1940: 12/31

1941: 2/21; 5/10; 7/4; 8/22; 10/31; 11/26; 12/31


MARIANA: Am S/S 1915 3,110gt

1939: 11/16; 12/11 1942: 2/12

3/5/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U126 about 28nm northeast of Grand Caicos Island at 22 14N-71 23W.

No survivors. Voyage: Guanica (Puerto Rico-lv 3/3) for Boston with sugar.


MARIANNE: Nor S/S 1920 1,915gt

1939: 12/29

Arr 1940: 1/18; 2/2; 2/23; 3/7; 4/12; 5/9

1941: 2/10; 3/20; 4/30; 5/23

12/12/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by E-Boat off Lowestoft, Suffolk 2 miles NNW of number 4 buoy.

Voyage: Rochester (lv 12/10) in convoy FN 889 for Sunderland in ballast.

MARIDAL: Nor M/T 1934 6,479gt

1941: 5/31; 9/26 1944: 5/4


MARIE: Ecuador Yacht No Information

1942: 2/24 delayed-proceeding 2/27. Cleared for Cristobal CZ and Guayaquil with 38 tons ballast and 7 crew. (Grace Lines)


MARIE BAKKE: Nor M/V 1926 4,307gt

1942: 8/26

1943: 3/13; 3/29; 6/15; 9/1

1945: 2/19; 5/21


MARIE M. MELONEY: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 10/4

1944: 1/11; 6/22; 10/9

1945: 1/12; 5/17


MARIEBORG: Swe S/S 1920 1,737gt

1939: 11/1

Arr 1940: As Finnish 4/10; 7/1; 7/26; 10/9

1941: As Finnish 3/14

The 1939 blotter lists the vessel as Marielborg. Loading and number of crew are identical under both names.
MARIETTA E.: Br S/S 1940 7,628gt

1942: 12/25

3/4/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U160 about 115nm south of Durban at 31 49S-31 11E.

Voyage: New York, and Durban in convoy DN 21 for Aden and Alexandria with Government and general cargo.


MARIGOLA: Italy S/S 1906 5,996gt

Arr 1940: 5/10

9/20/1941: Torpedoed by RAF aircraft off Kuriat Island, east of Sousse, Tunisia. Beached 9/22 about 2 miles east of Kuriat,

where torpedoed by submarine HMS Urge. Destroyed by gunfire on 11/1 from submarine HMS Utmost.


MARIJA PETRINOVIC: Yug S/S (War) 1918 5,684gt

1941: 7/19; 12/31 delayed-proceeding 1/3/1942

1942: 8/22R; 9/4R; 11/19R

1943: 3/2

1944: 5/29; 7/10; 11/21; 12/18

1945: 4/26


MARIKA PROTOPAPA: Gre S/S 1915 4,447gt

Arr 1940: 1/13




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