Christopher Theodore Jellicoe DSO, DSC, RN
|Born||20 Jun 1903|
Retired: 8 Jul 1953
Warship Commands listed for Christopher Theodore Jellicoe, RN
|HMS Winchelsea (D 46)||Cdr.||Destroyer||6 Jul 1939||20 Dec 1939|
|HMS Southwold (L 10)||Cdr.||Escort destroyer||4 Sep 1941||24 Mar 1942|
|HMS Jackal (F 22)||Cdr.||Destroyer||early 1942||12 May 1942|
|HMS Colombo (D 89)||Capt.||Light cruiser||1 Mar 1944||16 Dec 1944|
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Destroyer HMS Jackal (F 22)
30 Apr 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. C.T. Jellicoe, DSC, RN) went to sea at 1355 hours and returned to Alexandria around 1930 hours. Presumably she went out for post-repair trials. (1)
1 May 1942
HMS Jackal (Cdr. C.T. Jellicoe, DSC, RN) and HMS Janus (Cdr. J.A.W. Tothill, DSC, RN) departed Alexandria at 0730 hours. Presumably for exercises. They returned to Alexandria between 1700 and 1715 hours. (2)
3 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
HMS Jackal (Cdr. C.T. Jellicoe, DSC, RN) departed Alexandria at 1320/3. Presumably for trials and / or exercises. She returned to Alexandria at 1800/4. (2)
8 May 1942 (position 0.00, 0.00)
The AA-cruiser HMS Coventry (Capt. R.J.R. Dendy, RN) and the destroyers HMS Jackal (Cdr. C.T. Jellicoe, DSC, RN), HMS Kipling (Cdr. A. St. Clair-Ford, DSO, RN) and HMS Lively (Lt.Cdr. W.F.E. Hussey, DSO, DSC, RN) departed Alexandria for exercises at 0800 hours.
HMS Coventry and HMS Kipling returned at 1435 hours, HMS Jackal at 1530 hours and HMS Lively at1545 hours. (2)
- ADM 53/116781
- ADM 53/116782
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