HMS Kingston Jacinth (4.45)
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||Cook, Welton & Gemmill (Beverley, U.K.)|
|Launched||28 Feb 1929|
|Lost||12 Jan 1943|
Completed on 3 April 1929.
HMT Kingston Jacinth (Skipper Reginald Walter Denny, RNR) was mined off Portsmouth on 12 January 1943.
Commands listed for HMS Kingston Jacinth (4.45)
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|1||Cdr. (retired) Francis Theodor Hare, RN||10 Sep 1939||1 Nov 1939|
|2||Cdr. (retired) Samuel Arthur Brooks, RN||1 Nov 1939||Dec 1940|
|3||Lt.Cdr. (retired) Albert Ayre, RNR||Dec 1940||Feb 1941|
|4||T/Lt. Edward George James, RNVR||Feb 1941||14 Apr 1941|
|5||Skr. Arthur George Day, RNR||14 Apr 1941||24 Jul 1942|
|6||Skr. Reginald Walter Denny, RNR||24 Jul 1942||12 Jan 1943|
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Notable events involving Kingston Jacinth include:
P 38 was to proceed to Malta where she was to join the 10th submarine flotilla. (1)
7 Jun 1942
At 1100 hours, HMS Torbay (Cdr. A.C.C. Miers, DSO and Bar, RN) made rendes-vous with HMS Unbeaten (Lt.Cdr. E.A. Woodward, DSO, RN) and their escort towards Portsmouth HMS Kingston Jacinth (Skr. A.G. Day, RNR). (2)
- ADM 199/424
- ADM 199/1868
ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.