HMS Manor (FY 333)
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||John Duthie Torry Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland)|
|Launched||6 Feb 1913|
|Lost||9 Jul 1942|
|Loss position||50° 19'N, 3° 00'W|
Completed in March 1913.
HMT Manor (Skipper Benjamin Pile, RNR) was torpedoed and sunk by German motor torpedo boats in the English Channel south of Lyme Bay in position 50º19'N, 03º00'W.
Commands listed for HMS Manor (FY 333)
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and that we only list Commanding Officers for the duration of the Second World War.
|1||T/Lt. Alfred Rosling, RNVR||9 Nov 1939||5 Sep 1940|
|2||Skr. Frank Oldman, RNR||5 Sep 1940||2 Jul 1941|
|3||Skr. Benjamin Pile, RNR||2 Jul 1941||9 Jul 1942 (+)|
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Notable events involving Manor include:
20 May 1940
HMS H 33 (Lt. G.C.I.St B.S. Watkins, RN) departed Plymouth for her 3rd war patrol. She is ordered to patrol off the west coast of Ireland with HMS H 43 (Lt. G.R. Colvin, RN) and HMS Manor (T/Lt. A. Rosling, RNVR). (1)
15 Aug 1940
HMS Cachalot (Lt.Cdr. J.D. Luce, RN) departed Rothesay for her 4th war patrol. She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay and to lay a minefield off the Gironde.
During her passage south through the Irish Sea Cachalot was escorted by HMS Manor (T/Lt. Alfred Rosling, RNVR) until 2200/17.
As no log for this period is available no map can be displayed. (2)
- ADM 199/1828
- ADM 199/1827
ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.