British Motor merchant
|Completed||1937 - Barclay, Curle & Co, Whiteinch, Glasgow|
|Owner||T. Dunlop & Sons, Glasgow|
|Date of attack||10 Feb 1943||Nationality: British|
|Fate||Sunk by U-509 (Werner Witte)|
|Position||34.53S, 19.51E - Grid GR 6844|
|Complement||45 (5 dead and 40 survivors).|
|Route||Manchester - Capetown - Aden - Alexandria - Beirut|
|Cargo||6126 tons of government stores and 698 tons of general cargo, including explosives|
|Notes on event|
At 02.19 hours on 10 Feb, 1943, the Queen Anne (Master Charles Hicking Radford) in convoy CA-11 was torpedoed and sunk by U-509 eight miles south-southwest of Cape Agulhas, South Africa. The master, two crew members and two gunners were lost. 18 survivors were picked up by HMS St. Zeno (FY 280) (Lt J.K. Craig) and landed at Capetown. 22 survivors made landfall at Bredasdorp near Cape Agulhas.
|On board||We have details of 5 people who were on board.|
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