William Frederick Eyre Hussey DSO, DSC, RN
|Born ||7 Nov 1908|
|Died ||11 May 1942||(33)||HMS Lively|
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|1 Jan 1929|| ||A/S.Lt.|
|1 Aug 1929|| ||S.Lt.|
|1 May 1931|| ||Lt.|
|1 May 1939|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
Warship Commands listed for William Frederick Eyre Hussey, RN
|HMS Vesper (D 55)||Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||31 Jul 1939||24 Feb 1941|
|HMS Lively (G 40)||Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||25 Feb 1941||11 May 1942 (+)|
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14 Feb 1940
HMS Whitshed (Cdr E.R. Conder, RN) and HMS Vesper (Lt.Cdr. W.F.E. Hussey, DSC, RN) together pick up 72 survivors from the British merchant Sultan Star that was torpedoed and sunk southwest of the Scilly Isles in position 48°54'N, 10°03'W by German U-boat U-48.
1 Jul 1940
HMS Vesper (Lt.Cdr. W.E.F. Hussey, DSC, RN) and HMS Windsor (Cdr. P.D.H.R. Pelly, RN) together pick up 111 survivors from the British merchant Beignon that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-30 about 300 nautical miles west of Ushant in position 47°20'N, 10°30'W.
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