U-35's encounter with the Fleetwood fishing trawler NANCY HAGUE
On 18 September 1939, U-35 came upon a group of three trawlers. It sank the ARLITA, a British fishing trawler of 326t, and the LORD MINTO, a British fishing trawler of 295t, by gunfire WNW of St Kilda, west of the Outer Hebrides, sparing the third trawler, NANCY HAGUE, to carry home the crews of all three.
The crew list of NANCY HAGUE:
R. KING, SKIPPER, AGE 34, 62, BORROWDALE AVENUE.
R C. HEATHER, SECOND HAND, AGE 36,
G. WEYMOUTH, AGE 50, TORQUAY.
J. McGUIRK, DECKHAND, AGE 62.
W A. MARTIN, DECKHAND, AGE 24.
W G. SCOTT, DECKHAND, AGE 25.
J M. COLLINS, DECKHAND, AGE, 19.
G. WOOLRICH, COOK, AGE 52, MANCHESTER.
H. H. HEMLINGTON, FIRST ENGINNER, AGE 42.
P. McKEOWN, SECOND ENGINEER, AGE 35, BARROW.
[UNREADABLE], FIREMAN/TRIMMER, AGE 29.
P. GRIFFIN, FIREMAN/TRIMMER, AGE 24, WIDNES.
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