Ships hit by U-boats

Lady Glanely

British Motor merchant

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NameLady Glanely
Type:Motor merchant
Tonnage5,497 tons
Completed1938 - William Doxford & Sons Ltd, Sunderland 
OwnerW.J. Tatem Ltd, Cardiff 
Date of attack2 Dec 1940Nationality:      British
FateSunk by U-101 (Ernst Mengersen)
Position55° 00'N, 20° 00'W - Grid AL 6571
Complement33 (33 dead - no survivors)
RouteVancouver, BC - Panama - Bermuda - London 
Cargo2000 tons of wheat and 6125 tons of lumber 
History Completed in April 1938 
Notes on event

At 05.07 hours on 2 Dec 1940 the Lady Glanely (Master Alexander Hughson) in convoy HX-90 was torpedoed and sunk by U-101 about 410 miles west of Bloody Foreland. The master, 32 crew members and one gunner were lost.

On boardWe have details of 33 people who were on board

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