S.S. Greenland

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History

SS Greenland, a steamship of 1,281 gross tonnage, struck mine on 6th December 1941 at 52 degrees 14' N, 01 degree 56 ' E. Ship reported as sinking at 52 degrees 14'N, 02 degrees 06'E, off the coast of Harwich/Felixstowe.

Casualties of the S.S. Greenland, buried in the Netherlands.

           
Wayman Able Seaman Harold R   Amsterdam 6 December 1941
           

Other crew members of S.S. Greenland, commemorated at different Memorials

 
Galloway Fireman and Trimmer Hector Donald   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941
Greegan 2nd Engineer Officer Gerald   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941
Hamilton Chief Officer James Howden   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941
MacDonald Assistant Steward Arthur James   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941
Mitchell Steward Andrew Lindsay   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941
Robertson Third Engineer Officer Hamish Falconer   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941
Stewart Cook James   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941
Taylor Fireman and Trimmer Leslie Andrew Garden   Tower Hill Memorial 6 December 1941