Canadian Steam merchant
|Completed||1923 - Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd, Wallsend, Sunderland|
|Owner||Canada Steamship Lines Ltd, Montreal|
|Date of attack||23 Feb 1942||Nationality: Canadian|
|Fate||Sunk by U-129 (Asmus Nicolai Clausen)|
|Position||9° 15'N, 58° 30'W - Grid EO 1655|
|Complement||20 (2 dead and 18 survivors).|
|Route||Paramaribo, Dutch Guiana - Port of Spain, Trinidad|
|History||Built as Glenlinnie, later renamed Lennox |
|Notes on event|
At 15.04 hours on 23 Feb 1942 the unescorted Lennox (Master Daniel Percy Nolan) was torpedoed and sunk by U-129 northeast of Barima, Venezuela. Two crew members were lost. The master and 17 crew members were picked up by the British steam tanker Athelrill and landed at Port of Spain.
|On board||We have details of 3 people who were on board.|
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