HMS Lord Hailsham (FY 109)
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Class||[No specific class]|
|Built by||Cochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.)|
|Launched||30 Jun 1934|
|Lost||27 Feb 1943|
Completed in August 1934.
HMT Lord Hailsham (T/Lt. Peter Horace Gordon Clark, RNVR) was torpedoed and sunk by German motor torpedo boats in Lyme Bay.
Commands listed for HMS Lord Hailsham (FY 109)
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|1||Skr. John Clements Ross, RNR||18 Oct 1939||22 May 1940|
|2||Skr. Frank John James Cannon, RNR||22 May 1940||4 Sep 1940|
|3||T/Lt. Alfred Rosling, RNVR||4 Sep 1940||mid 1941|
|4||T/Lt. Peter Horace Gordon Clark, RNVR||mid 1941||27 Feb 1943|
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Notable events involving Lord Hailsham include:
27 Jul 1940
With her trials and training completed, HMS Talisman (Lt.Cdr. P.S. Francis, RN), departed Rothesay for her 1st war patrol. During the passage south through the Irish Sea Talisman was escorted by the ASW trawler HMS Lord Hailsham (Skr. F.J.J. Cannon, RNR). She was ordered to patrol in the Bay of Biscay. (1)
- ADM 199/1849
ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.