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

moz40272@msn.com 9.1939 THRU 8.1945 Page



B.CHARNEY VLADECK: Am (EC2) 1944 7,176gt

1945: 1/17


B. F. SHAW: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1944: 5/30 1945: 3/27


B. P. NEWTON: Nor M/T 1940 10,324gt

1942: 7/11R; 8/31; 10/7; 11/21; 12/30

1943: 2/17; 4/2; 6/10

7/8/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U510 about 130nm northeast of Cayenne, French Guiana at 5 50N-50 20W.

Voyage: Curacao, and Trinidad (lv 7/3/43) in convoy TJ 1 for Bahia, Saldanha Bay, East London and Beira with

aviation gasoline and lubricating oil.


BAALBEK: Nor M/V 1937 2,160gt

1939: 10/14; 12/7; 12/13

Arr 1940: 2/5; 4/3; 4/8; 6/19; 8/19; 10/26

1942: 3/25; 5/25; 8/11; 11/27

1943: 3/13

1944: 4/5; 5/20; 6/30


BAARN: Du S/S 1927 5,621gt

1942: 10/24

7/11/1943: Damaged by near miss of a bomb that started a fire in a hold off Avola, Sicily at 36 55N-15 13E.

Sunk by destroyer HMS Tartar due to the danger of ammunition cargo exploding.

Voyage: Arr on previous day from Alexandria with military cargo of vehicles, fuel and ammunition.
BACCHUS: Du S/S 1911 2,255gt

1939: 9/13; 10/11; 11/25

Arr 1940: 5/4; 6/17; 7/15; 8/12; 9/9; 10/7; 11/4; 12/16

1941: 1/29; 3/13; 4/24; 6/6; 7/3; 8/1; 8/29; 9/27; 10/29; 12/8

1942: 1/30; 4/4 delayed-proceeding 4/7; 6/18

1944: 11/18

1945: 6/7
BACK BAY: Br/Can S/S (Laker) 1908 2,382gt (ex American-1944)

1944: 8/11 delayed-crew trouble-proceeding 8/14

1945: 5/21; 7/5; 7/26; 8/28
BACKHUYSEN: Du M/T 1942 8,191gt (ex EMPIRE FLETCHER-Br 1942)

1944: 4/26; 6/30; 8/29

1945: 1/17; 3/2; 5/25; 7/8; 8/31 diverted to New Orleans instead of Baton Rouge (9/12)
BACOI: Am M/T 1912 1,535gt

1941: 6/20


BACTRIA: Br S/S 1928 2,407gt

1943: 1/5R


BADGER STATE: Am M/V (Laker) 1912/1,539gt

1942: 5/2


BAGHDAD: Nor M/V 1936 2,161gt

1939: 9/28; 12/15; 12/22

Arr 1940: 2/9; 2/21; 4/11; 4/17; 7/1; 7/10; 9/12; 11/12

1942: 3/18; 5/20

5/30/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U155 about 300nm ENE of Barbados at 14 15N-54 30W.

Voyage: New York (lv 5/22/42) for Pernambuco, Maceio and Bahia with mail and general.


BAHARISTAN: Br S/S 1928 5,479gt

1942: 12/22R


BAHRAM: France S/S1922 7,765gt

1944: 3/30; 5/9; 6/13; 7/7; 10/6 diverted to Beaumont instead of Port Arthur (10/17); 10/30

1945: 1/6; 1/16; 6/14
BAIALOIDE: Brazil S/S 1914 6,479gt (ex LIANA-Italy 1941)

1943: 6/5

1944: As Panamanian 3/8

6/10/1944: Scuttled as a breakwater blockship in Gooseberry 2 off Omaha Beach, St. Laurent, Normandy.


BAJA CALIFORNIA: Honduras S/S 1914 1,648gt

1942: 3/27

7/19/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U84 about 50nm northwest of Key West at 25 14N-82 27W.

Voyage: New Orleans, and Puerto Barrios for Key West with general cargo and tobacco.


BAJAMAR: Nor M/V 1931 2,757gt

1939: 10/5; 12/30

A rr 1940: 2/23; 5/1; 7/1; 7/9; 9/3; 10/23; 11/2; 12/17; 12/2**

1941: 3/7; 7/12; 11/29

1942: 3/10; 4/23; 5/16; 6/10

1943: 1/14; 4/29; 8/25R; 12/24R

1944: 4/15; 6/2; 6/22; 7/22 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled-recleared 7/24
BALAKLAVA: Swe M/T 1944 8,400gt

1945: 6/15; 7/13


BALD HEAD: Am M/Tug (V4-M-A1) 1943 1,117gt

1943: 12/2


BALDBUTTE: Am S/T 1919 6,295gt

1942: 10/6R

1943: 1/9R; 1/19; 2/22; 7/30; 11/23

1944: 3/21; 4/20; 5/20; 6/23; 7/19


BALDWIN PARK: Br/Can (Scan) 1944 2,895gt

1944: 12/21 1945: 3/31; 7/21


BALFE: Br S/S (War) 1920 5,369gt

1942: 12/26 1943: 3/24 1945: 3/26; 4/28


BALINGKAR: Du S/S 1921 6,318gt (ex WERDENFELS-Germany 1940)

1941: 3/22 1942: 2/27

5/10/1940: As German ship Werdenfels, seized at Sabang, Sumatra by Netherlands. Renamed Balingkar.

8/18/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U214 about 330nm northeast of Sao Miguel, Azores at 41 34N-19 49W.

Voyage:: Lourenco Marques, and Freetown in convoy SL 118 for Liverpool with rubber, copper and cotton.
BALKAN: Yug S/S 1911 4,125gt

Arr 1940: 4/9

1941: Transferred to Panama, renamed Armando*.
BALKIS: Nor M/V 1939 2,161gt

Arr 1940: 2/17; 4/11; 6/10; 8/12; 8/23; 10/22; 10/31; 12/26

1941: 3/8; 5/7; 6/13; 12/26

1942: 2/26

4/10/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from Italian submarine Calvi about 80nm NNE of Ceara, Brazil at 02 30S-38W.

Voyage: St. Johns NF (lv 3/25/42), and Halifax (arr 3/28-lv 3/30)) for Buenos Aires with paper and pulp.


BALLA: Nor M/V 1923 2,565gt

1939: 12/9

Arr 1940: 2/16; 5/4; 10/24

1941: 11/29 delayed-proceeding 12/9

1943: 8/28; 10/14; 12/4

1944: 2/16; 4/3; 5/27; 6/28; 8/8

1945: 1/20; 3/19; 4/6; 6/12

BALLADIER: Am S/S 1919 3,279gt (ex NAMARIB*Am 1941; MARSODAK Am 1941)

1942: 7/23

8/15/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U705 south of Iceland at 55 23N-24 32W.

Voyage: New York, and Halifax in convoy SC 95 for Reykjavik with lumber, steel pipe and general cargo.
BALLENAS: Am S/Tug 1919 437gt

Arr 1940: 12/10 1941: 5/20


BALLOT: Pan S/S 1922 6,131gt (ex ALBERTA*Italy 1942)

1942: 1/3 delayed-proceeding 1/7-further delayed-proceeding 1/11; 7/26

1/2/1943: Ran aground in fog and wrecked on Kildin Island, at eastern approach to Kola Inlet.Abandoned 1/13. Total:Loss.

Voyage: Loch Ewe (lv 12/22) in convoy JW51B for Murmansk with military cargo.


BALLS BLUFF: Am (T2) 1943 10,195gt

1943: 9/11 1944: 5/29; 7/20

11/20/1944: Slightly damaged in an air attack by Japanese aircraft at approx 12N-155E.

Voyage: Ultihi Atoll (Caroline Islands) (lv 11/18) in convoy for Eniwetok (Marshall Islands).


BALMORALWOOD: Br S/S 1937 5,834gt

Arr 1940: 1/11

6/14/1940: Torpedoed and sunk by U47 about 75nm southwest of Cape Clear, Ireland at 50 19N-10 28W.

Voyage: Sorel (Quebec), and Halifax in convoy HX 48 for Falmouth with wheat and four aircraft.


BALTIC: Pan M/T 1920 8,805gt

1939: 11/6; 11/30

Arr 1940: 5/7

1941: 3/26; 4/30 delayed-proceeding 5/2; 5/28; 7/16 delayed-proceeding 7/19; 8/15

1942: 10/23; 12/29

1943: 6/10

1944: 3/6; 9/2 detained for repairs-proceeding 9/7

1945: 3/3; 3/24; 6/16 detained for repairs-proceeding 6/18-detained for further repairs-proceeding 6/22;

7/14 diverted to Beaumont instead of Galveston (7/19)
BALTYK: Poland S/S 1942 7,001gt

1942: 5/9

1943 2/2; 2/10; 3/4 detained-awaiting orders-now proceeding; 6/14; 8/12

1944: 2/15

1945: 7/3
BALUCHISTAN: Br S/S 1940 6,992gt

Arr 1940: 11/20

3/26/1941: Damaged in air attack in eastern Mediterranean.

3/8/1942: Sunk by torpedo and gunfire from U68 about 55nm west of Cape Palmas, Liberia at 04 13N-08 32W.

Voyage: Basra and Cape Town for Freetown and UK with dates and general cargo.
BANADEROS: Nor M/V 1930 2,728gt

1939: 9/30; 10/21; 12/27

Arr 1940: 1/2; 3/7; 5/11; 5/15; 7/15; 9/6; 9/18; 11/25

1941: 2/6; 4/3; 6/19; 8/26; 10/28; 12/31

1942: 2/25; 4/11; 6/16; 9/16

1943: 1/9; 5/3; 8/20R; 9/15; 12/24R

1944: 3/25; 5/15; 6/19; 8/22

1945: 1/29


BANFF PARK: Br/Can (Park) 1942 7,133gt

1942: 10/28R 1943: 6/12R; 8/5R 1944: 11/18


BANFFSHIRE: Br S/S 1912 6,479gt

1942: 5/4

1943: 1/12 detained-awaiting orders-expected to proceed 1/21

9/29/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U532 in west of Nine Degree Channel in Laccadive Islands at 09 26N-71 20E.

Voyage: Colombo (lv 9/27) for Aden and UK with tea, rubber, graphite, coconut oil and copra.

BANFORA: Br S/S Pass 1914 9,472gt (ex French 1942)

1943: 1/7R

4/12/1941: As Vichy French Banfora, captured off Mauritania by RN ships.


BANTAM: Du M/V 1939 9,312gt

1939: 11/21; 12/15

Arr 1940: 5/8; 9/23; 10/31

1941: 4/3; 4/23; 9/20; 10/4

1942: 2/25; 8/4

1943: 3/12; 10/7; 12/28

1944: 2/25; 4/14; 6/23; 8/10; 9/28; 10/16R; 12/4

1945: 2/9; 3/27; 4/6


BARALT: Du S/S 1921 780gt

1941: 6/3; 7/1; 7/29; 8/26; 9/23; 10/28


BARBACENA: Brazil S/S 1909 4,772gt

1939: 9/1; 9/15 1941: 3/27; 4/12 1942: 2/16

7/28/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U155 about 200nm east of Barbados at 13 10N-56W.

Voyage: Santos and Pernambuco for Trinidad with coffee, castor seed, dried beans and caroa fiber.


BARBARA FRIETCHIE: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 12/14 1944: 3/4; 11/3 1945: 4/12


BARBARIGO: Italy M/V 1930 5,294gt

1939: 10/23; 10/30

Arr 1940: 1/2; 1/8; 3/12; 3/18; 5/15; 5/24

7/15/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by submarine HMS P33 about 18nm south of Pantelleria Island at 36 27N-11 54E.


BARBERRYS: Br S/S 1920 5,170gt (ex AMERICAN ORIOLE-Am 1940)

1942: 3/5; 5/22 delayed-proceeding 5/26; 11/16

11/26/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U663 about 280nm northeast of St. John's NF at 50 36N-47 10W.

Voyage: New York (lv 11/17) in convoy SC 110 for Glasgow with general cargo.


BARBRO: Nor M/T 1934 6,325gt

1941: 9/3 delayed-proceeding 9/16

9/20/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U552 about 300nm ENE of Cape Farewell at 61 30N-35W.

Voyage: New York (lv 9/6/41), and Sydney CB (lv 9/11), in convoy SC 44 for Stanlow with gasoline.


BARDALAND: Swe M/V Reefer 1936 2,595gt

Arr 1940: 5/27; 10/5; 10/15

1941: 3/4; 3/15; 8/9; 8/26
BARENDRECHT: Du M/T 1936 9,385gt

1941: 9/24

1943: 11/17R; 11/24

1944: 6/30; 8/29

1945: 1/2; 5/17; 7/5

9/22/1940: Damaged in air attack at London. TempR at Tilbury (lv 11/19) for The Tyne. PermR.


BARFONN: Nor M/T 1931 9,739gt

1939: 12/30 Arr 1940: 6/28 1941: 7/20; 8/13

10/17/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U432 in North Atlantic at 56 58N-25 04W.

Voyage: Texas City (lv 9/17/41) for Sydney CB (arr 9/30-lv 10/5) in convoy SC 48 for Old Kilpatrick with diesel oil.


BARON BELHAVEN: Br S/S 1925 6,591gt

1942: 4/6; 12/28R

4/13/1941: Engines damaged in air attack in St. George’s Channel about 16nm SW of St.Ann’s Head at 51 33N-05 32W.

Towed to Milford Haven. Drydocked at Barry. Voyage: Liverpool for Cardiff in ballast.


BARON CAWDOR: Br S/S 1935 3,638gt

1942: 8/17 1943: 3/24; 8/22

BARON COCHRANE: Br S/S 1927 3,385gt

1942: 10/14R

12/28/1942: Torpedoed by U406 about 260nm north of Graciosa, Azores at 43 23N-27 14W.

Torpedoed and sunk by U123 on following day.

Voyage: Cardiff, and Belfast Lough (lv 12/19) in convoy ON 154 for Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro with coal.
BARON DECHMONT: Br S/S 1929 3,675gt

1942: 10/8

1/3/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U507 about 35nm north of Ceara, Brazil at 03 11S-38 41W.

Voyage: Barry, and Milford Haven sailing independently for Pernambuco with coal and coke.


BARON DOUGLAS: Br S/S 1932 3,899gt

1942: 11/9R; 12/23R 1945: 7/6

7/14/1942: Damaged by limpet mine in Gibraltar Bay. Grounded. TempR at Gibraltar. Arr Glasgow on 9/42 for PermR.

Voyage: Melilla for UK with iron ore.


BARON DUNMORE: Br S/S 1933 3,942gt

1942: 10/17; 12/5R 1943: 8/24; 10/11 1944: 5/5; 6/1


BARON ELGIN: Br S/S 1933 3,942gt

1943: 1/19R; 3/3; 5/29; 7/11


BARON ELPHINSTONE: Br S/S 1937 4,635gt

1942: 12/9


BARON FAIRLIE: Br S/S 1925 6,706gt

1942: 5/21; 8/31; 11/7

5/25/1940: Collided with freighter Tennessee (Nor) about 5nm SE of Stronsay, Orkney Islands at 58 59N-02 27W.

The Norwegian ship wrecked at Roana Bay, Deer Ness, Kirkwall.

8/15/1943: Damaged in an air attack about 145nm west of Cape Espichel, Portugal at 38 46N-12 44W.

Arr Algiers on 8/19. TempR. Perm R made at Glasgow. Voyage: Tyne, and Oban for Algiers with military cargo.


BARON FORBES: Br S/S 1917 3,061gt

1944: 6/23; 8/30


BARON GRAHAM: Br S/S 1925 3,320gt

1943: 5/21; 7/3R


BARON HAIG: Br S/S 1926 3,391gt

1942: 12/15R

1943: 1/23; 4/11; 5/29R

2/19/1941: In collision west of Ireland with freighter Jessmore (Br) that sank on 2/21 while in tow.


BARON HERRIES: Br S/S 1940 4,574gt

1942: 9/16 1944: 11/20


BARON INCHCAPE: Br S/S 1917 7,005gt

1942: 3/10

5/3/1941:Received a direct bomb hit in air attack at Liverpool while laden with general cargo. She settled on the bottom.

Further damaged when bombed again on 6/5 and 8/5. Drydocked 7/5.


BARON JEDBURGH: Br S/S 1936 3,656gt

Arr 1940: 10/28 1942: 5/9 1943: 6/19 1945: 2/9

3/10/1945: Torpedoed and sunk by U532 in Central Atlantic midway between Pernambuco and Ascension Island at

10 02S-25W. Voyage: New York, and independently from Trinidad for Cape Town and Durban with general cargo,

lubricating oil and tinplate.
BARON MACLAY: Br S/S 1924 6,317gt

1942: 5/26; 11/21 1945: 8/4


BARON MINTO: Br S/S 1937 4,637gt

Arr 1940: 7/11

10/30/1940: Came ashore at Strathbeg Bay, near Rattray Head, northeast Scotland. Further damaged when attacked by

aircraft on 2/14 1941. Wrecked. Total Loss. Voyage: Texas City for Hull with metal scrap.


BARON NAPIER: Br S/S 1930 3,659gt

Arr 1940: 9/5 1942: 12/23R


BARON RAMSAY: Br S/S 1929 3,650gt

1943: 1/22 1945: 6/25


BARON RENFREW: Br S/S 1935 3,635gt

1943: 2/2; 5/21; 7/3R

1/28/1941: Damaged in air attack about 90nm north of Erris Head, Ireland at 55 50N-10 15W. Towed to Loch Lathaich

where anchored with damaged engine room and an unexploded bomb on board. Towed to the Clyde arr 2/25.

PermR at Glasgow. Voyage: Grangemouth for Huelva (Spain) in ballast.
BARON SCOTT: Br S/S 1940 4,574gt

1943: 3/24


BARON SEMPLE: Br S/S 1939 4,573gt

1942: 5/18 1943: 3/4

11/2/1943: Torpedoed and sunk by U848 in Central Atlantic northwest of Ascension Island at approx 05S-21W.

Voyage: Rio de Janeiro, sailing independently for Freetown and UK with iron ore, rock crystal and fusing quartz.


BARON STRANRAER: Br S/S 1929 3,668gt

1943: 3/4; 5/31; 6/19; 8/5 1944: 9/7; 10/11

BARON YARBOROUGH: Br S/S 1928 3,388gt

1942: 12/28R


BARONESA: Br S/S Reefer 1918 8,663gt

1942: 6/19 1943: 2/26

9/7/1940: Damaged in air attack on Royal Albert Dock, London. Vessel sank, resting on bottom until repaired.

Voyage: Arrived from Buenos Aires with frozen meat.

5/3-4/1941: Damaged in a night air attack on Liverpool.
BARRDALE: Br S/S 1925 5,072gt

1942: 5/6

5/17/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U156 about 435nm ENE from Barbados at 15 15N-52 27W.

Voyage: New York (lv 5/9) sailing independently for Cape Town, Basra and Abadan with Government and general.


BARRALLTON: Colombia S/Tug 1919 425gt (ex American 1944)

1944: 12/15


BARREN HILL: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 9/13; 10/13; 11/14; 12/22


BARRGROVE: Br S/S (War) 1918 5,222gt

1943: 2/27; 3/19

1945: Damaged by an underwater explosion in Lyme Bay.
BARRHILL: Br S/S 1912 4,972gt

1939: 10/18 1941: 5/20

6/27-28/1941: Sunk in an air attack about 18nm southeast of Cromer at 52 50N-01 46E.

Voyage: New York for London with grain.


BARRINGTON COURT: Br S/S 1924 4,910gt

1942: 7/13; 10/2R; 12/15R


BARRISTER: Br S/S 1939 6,348gt

1942: 9/30

1/4/1943: Grounded. Wrecked on Inishark Island, Ireland. Broke in two. In ballast and in convoy MKS 4. Total Loss.
BARROSO: Brazil S/S (Hog) 1919 4,941gt (ex MORMACSTAR-Am 1940)

Arr 1940: 8/10; 9/3

1941: 2/27; 3/7; 5/24; 6/7; 8/13; 8/22

1945: 5/21


BARRWHIN: Br S/S 1929 4,998gt

1941: 1/17 1942: 8/7

10/29/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U436 west of Ireland at 55 02N-22 45W.

Voyage: Halifax in convoy HX 212 for London with grain and military cargo.


BARRYTON: Am M/Tug 1919 415gt

1941: 7/12; 8/8; 9/3

9/13/1943: To USN as ocean tug, auxiliary USS Chetco (ATA-166).
BARTHOLOMEW GOSNOLD: Am (EC2) 1943 7,176gt

1943: 12/9

1944: 2/26; 5/18; 8/30; 11/29
BARWICK: Br S/Tug 1919 418gt (ex American 1941)

1941: 8/16


BASCOBEL: Br S/Tug 1919 418gt (ex American 1941)

1941: 8/16


BASIL: Br S/S 1928 4,913gt

1939: 10/20 Arr 1940: 8/6 1943: 2/7; 5/5


BASSA: Br S/S (War) 1919 5,267gt

Arr 1940: 7/26

9/29/1940: Torpedoed and sunk by U32 west of Ireland at approx 54N-21W.

Voyage: Liverpool, sailing independently for New York in ballast.


BASSANO: Br S/S 1937 4,843gt

Arr 1940: 2/5; 7/10; 12/23

1/9/1941: Torpedoed and sunk by U105 about 340nm northwest of Erris Head, Ireland at 57 57N-17 42W.

Voyage: New York, sailing independently for Hull with iron, steel and grain.


BATORY: Poland M/V Pass 1936 14,287gt

1939: 9/22 1942: 8/6-S

7/13/1943: Damaged in collision with troopship Christiaan Huygens*(Du) while going from Sicily to Alexandria.
BAUTA: Nor S/S 1919 1,657gt

1939: 10/25

1/28/1940:.In collision with M/V Malaren (Swe) off Filtvet Light, Oslofjord. Sank in shallow water.

Raised early 1942. Repairs completed 9/43 at Arendal.


BAVG-3, HMS: RN Escort Aircraft Carrier M/V 1942 (Later given the name HMS BITER.)

1942: 5/25-S


BAXTERGATE: Br S/S 1925 5,531gt

1942: 8/24R; 9/11R 1943: 1/5R


BAYARD: Nor M/V 1936 2,160gt

Arr 1940: 6/7; 8/7; 10/9; 12/12

1941: 2/8; 3/19; 7/2

1942: 3/20

7/6/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U67 about 28nm northeast of North Pass, Mississippi Delta at 29 35N-88 44W.

Voyage: New Orleans (lv 7/5/42) for Cristobal with general cargo and vehicles on deck.


BAYOU: Pan S/S 1919 2,605gt (ex LAKE FAIRFAX-Am 1940)

1941: 2/11; 4/4; 7/19

2/28/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U129 about 130nm north of Paramaribo at 08 08N-55 14W.

Voyage: Rio de Janeiro for Canada with manganese ore.


BAYOU CHICO: Am S/S 1920 5,401gt

1942: 7/2; 8/1

1943: 8/4

1944: 4/10; 6/3; 8/30; 12/25

1945: 4/5; 5/21
BEACON: Am S/T 1921 10,388gt

Arr 1940: 6/20

1941: 2/19; 3/28

1942: 4/11; 8/8; 11/7; 12/9

1943: 1/14R; 4/3; 6/11; 7/8

1944: 4/5; 5/10; 7/29; 9/7


BEACONHILL: Pan S/T 1919 6,941gt

1939: 11/3

1941: As American: 4/11 detained-expected to proceed 4/14; 7/5; 7/23; 9/6

1942: As Panamanian 9/9; 10/16R; 12/26

1943: As Panamanian 12/31

1944: As Panamanian 10/14

1945: As Panamanian 1/10; 2/14; 8/4
BEACONLIGHT: Pan S/T 1920 6,926gt (ex American 1940)

1941: 8/15

7/16/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U160 about 14nm northwest of Galera Point, Trinidad at 10 59N-61 05W.

Voyage: Cape Town for Trinidad and US in ballast.


BEACONOIL: Pan S/T 1919 6,893gt (ex American 1940)

Arr 1940: 5/31; 11/2; 12/10; 12/31

1941: 9/4; 12/31

1942: As British 6/1R; 8/29; 10/2R; As Panamanian 12/17

1943: As Panamanian 1/23 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled; 1/27;

2/22 voyage abandoned-clearance cancelled-all cargo discharged at NY; 3/4; 5/1; 6/28; 8/14; 9/28

1944: As Panamanian 1/22; 3/22; 5/18; 7/1; 8/10 diverted to Houston instead of Galveston (8/14) -further diverted to

Beaumont (8/21); 9/10; 10/7

1945: As Panamanian 2/27
BEACONSFIELD: Br S/S 1938 4,635gt

1943: 3/19 1945: 8/1


BEACONSTREET: Br S/T 1927 7,467gt

1941: 4/24

1942: 11/7

1943: 1/3; 4/9; 6/6

1944: 5/18; 6/30; 8/10

1945: 1/31; 2/22; 5/11; 6/9


BEAR PAW: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 6/15; 7/25; 8/26; 9/28; 11/3


BEATRICE: Am S/S 1917 3,451gt

1939: 10/2

1941: 5/28; 11/18

1942: 1/28; 3/14; 4/22

5/24/1942: Sunk by gunfire from U558 about 34nm south of Morant Point, Jamaica at 17 21N-76 07W. U boat fired a

dud torpedo that hit the ship, then fired about 30 shells. Abandoned. Sank on following day.

Voyage: Mayaguez (Puerto Rico) for Pensacola with raw sugar.
BEATRICE BECK: Br Fish Schooner 146gt

1942: 12/7

2/23/1944: Reported as missing on this date. Sailed 10/11/1943 from St. John's NF for Barbados with codfish.

BEAULIEU: Nor M/T 1930 6,114gt

Arr 1940: 6/10

8/4/1940: Stopped by gunfire, captured, then sunk by demolition charges from KM raider Widder northeast of the

West Indies at 26 30N-48W. Voyage: Punta del Garda for Caripito in ballast.
BEAUREGARD: Br S/S1920 5,976gt (ex YAPALAGA-Am 1940)

1942: 5/3

1943: As American 5/4

1944: As American 6/19; 8/9; 12/2

1945: Transferred to USSR renamed Mendelev.
BEAVER DAM: Am (T2) 1944 10,172gt

1944: 6/10; 7/25; 8/31


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

1945: 8/28


BECHEVILLE: Br S/T 1924 4,228gt

1941: 11/21

1942: 5/3; 4/16; 8/22 detained-clearance surrendered-proceeding 8/31; 11/10R; 12/21R

1943: 4/21R

6/10/1944: Scuttled as a breakwater blockship in Gooseberry 5 off Sword Beach at Ouisttreham, Normandy.
BECKENHAM: Br S/S 1937 4,636gt

1942: 11/23 1945: 7/11

3/26/1943: Mined off Tripoli, Libya at 32 56N-13 19E. Towed to Malta for repairs.
BEECHER ISLAND: Am (T2) 1944 10,295gt

1945: 1/9; 2/14; 5/1


BEECHWOOD: Br S/S 1940 4,897gt

1942: 2/13

2/3/1940: Damaged in an air attack 3miles east of Smith's Knoll light vessel off Norfolk coast. Kept afloat with pumps.

Arrived at Purfleet on the Thames to discharge cargo. Voyage: Tyne for Gibraltar with coal.

8/26/1942: Torpedoed and sunk by U130 about 50nm SSW of Freetown at 05 30N-14 04W.

Voyage: Haifa, and Lourenco Marques sailing independently for Freetown with general cargo and potash.


BEEMSTERDIJK: Du S/S 1922 6,869gt

1939: 9/13 Arr 1940: 1/19; 9/6

1/26/1941: Struck British mine in St. Georges Channel, 12 miles off the Smalls. Sank next day while anchored 52nm

southwest of St. Ann's Head, Wales at 51 17N-06 23W. Voyage: Glasgow for Cardiff in ballast.


BEGUM: Br S/S 1922 5,843gt

1942: 9/17R


BELAIN D' ESNAMBUC: France S/S 1939 3,040gt

Arr 1940: 7/12; 9/30; 11/6

12/16/1942: Seized by Germans in Marseilles and converted to KM auxiliary minelayer, renamed Pommern.

10/5/1943: Sunk after striking Italian mine 1.5 miles south of San Remo.


BELGIAN AIRMAN: Belgium M/V 1942 6,959gt (ex EMPIRE BALLANTYNE-Br 1942)

1942: 4/22; 11/20R 1943: 2/27; 11/11

4/14/1945: Torpedoed and sunk by U879 about 90nm northeast of Cape Hatteras at 36 09N-74 05W.

Voyage: Houston for New York and Antwerp.


BELGIAN AMITY: Belgium (EC2) 1945 7,176gt

1945: 4/27; 6/14


BELGIAN CAPTAIN: Belgium S/S 1942 7,041gt (ex EMPIRE CENTAUR-Br 1943)

1943: 11/10 1945: 4/7; 6/30

12/12/1942: Damaged by limpet mines attached to the hull by frogmen from Italian submarine Ambra in Bay of Algiers.
BELGIAN CREW: Belgium S/S 1943 7,050gt (ex EMPIRE CLAYMORE-Br 1943)

1943: 8/5; 10/21


BELGIAN EQUALITY: Belgium (EC2) 1945 7,198gt

1945: 5/9; 7/29


BELGIAN FISHERMAN: Belgium S/S 1918 4,623gt (ex EMPIRE ALBATROSS-Br 1942; HOXIE-Am 1940)

1942: 5/18R; 6/8R; 9/4R


BELGIAN FREIGHTER: Belgium M/V 1922 7,964gt (ex EMPIRE SWAN-Br 1942; MISSOURIAN-Am 1940)

1942: 8/15; 10/24

1943: 4/23; 7/6; 9/8; 11/9

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