John Gilbert Sutton DSC, RN
|Born||13 Jan 1892|
Retired: 25 Jan 1933
Warship Commands listed for John Gilbert Sutton, RN
|HMS Northern Chief (4.34)||Cdr. (retired)||ASW Trawler||10 Sep 1939||4 Feb 1940|
|HMS Medusa (FY 018)||Cdr. (retired)||Armed Yacht||11 Mar 1940||6 Sep 1940|
|HMS Weston (L 72 / U 72)||Cdr. (retired)||Sloop||6 Sep 1940||24 Aug 1942|
|HMS LST 319 (LST 319)||Cdr. (retired)||Tank landing ship||Apr 1943||13 Jul 1944|
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Sloop HMS Weston (L 72 / U 72)
9 Oct 1940
HMS Weston (Cdr. J.G. Sutton, RN (retired)) picks up 5 survivors from the British merchant Confield that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-58 about 90 nautical miles west of Barra Head in position 56°48'N, 10°17'W.
HMS Weston (Cdr. J.G. Sutton, RN (retired)) later picks up 1 survivor.
21 May 1942
HMS Weston (Cdr. J.G. Sutton, RN (retired)) picks up 7 survivors from the British merchant New Brunswick that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-159 about 140 nautical miles east-south-east of Santa Maria, Azores in position 36°53'N, 22°55'W.
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