Allied Warships

HMNZS Killegray (T 174)

MS Trawler of the Isles class

NavyThe Royal New Zealand Navy
TypeMS Trawler
ClassIsles 
PennantT 174 
Built byCook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.) : Holmes 
Ordered13 Sep 1940 
Laid down24 Jan 1941 
Launched25 May 1941 
Commissioned7 Nov 1941 
End service 
HistorySold for scrap on 10 September 1958. 

Commands listed for HMNZS Killegray (T 174)

Please note that we're still working on this section.

CommanderFromTo
1Lt. Arthur Allan Bell, RNZNVR6 Nov 194126 Oct 1943
2T/Lt. Arnest Ashton Bradshaw, RNZNVR26 Oct 1943

You can help improve our commands section
Click here to Submit events/comments/updates for this vessel.
Please use this if you spot mistakes or want to improve this ships page.

Notable events involving Killegray include:


26 Jul 1945
HMS Vox (Lt. W.E.I. Littlejohn, DSC, RANVR) conducted A/S exercises off Auckland with HMNZS HDML 1183 (T/Lt. I.H. Curd, RNZNVR), HMNZS HDML 1184 (T/Lt. J. Gifford, RNZNVR), HMNZS HDML 1185 (T/Lt. G.R. Curtis, RNZNVR), HMNZS HDML 1190 (T/Lt. D.F. Davis, RNZNVR), HMNZS Sandra (Lt.Cdr. H.A. Dunnet, RNR), HMNZS Scarba (Lt. C.C. Stevens, RNZNVR), HMNZS Killegray (T/Lt. A.A. Bradshaw, RNZNVR) and HMNZS Muritai (T/Lt. W.D. Drake, RNZNR). (1)

27 Jul 1945
HMS Vox (Lt. W.E.I. Littlejohn, DSC, RANVR) conducted A/S exercises off Auckland with HMNZS Sandra (Lt.Cdr. H.A. Dunnet, RNR), HMNZS Scarba (Lt. C.C. Stevens, RNZNVR), HMNZS Killegray (T/Lt. A.A. Bradshaw, RNZNVR) and HMNZS Muritai (T/Lt. W.D. Drake, RNZNR). (1)

30 Jul 1945
HMS Vox (Lt. W.E.I. Littlejohn, DSC, RANVR) conducted A/S exercises off Auckland with HMNZS Sanda (Lt.Cdr. H.A. Dunnet, RNR), HMNZS Scarba (Lt. C.C. Stevens, RNZNVR), HMNZS Killegray (T/Lt. A.A. Bradshaw, RNZNVR), HMNZS Muritai (T/Lt. W.D. Drake, RNZNR), HMNZS HDML 1186 (T/Lt. A.R. Joughin, RNZNVR), HMNZS HDML 1187 (Lt. W.R.G. Reid, RNZNVR), HMNZS HDML 1189 (T/Lt. G.A.B. Walker, RNZNVR) and HMS HDML 1349 (T/Lt. A.J. Gillon, RNZNVR). (1)

Sources

  1. ADM 173/20354

ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.


Return to the Allied Warships section