Requisitioned Auxiliaries - R

 

 

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Official Number:                      136686

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Builder:                                  Wm Gray & Co Ltd., West Hartlepool

Pennant No:                            Y 7.114

Launched:                               27 March 1914

Into Service:                            2 September 1914

Out of service:                         1918

Fate:                                      24 December 1941 hit a mine & sank

 

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Official Number:                       96150

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Builder:                                   Palmers' Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd., Willington Quay

Pennant No:                            Y 7.27

Launched:                               17 June 1889

Into Service:                            11 August 1914

Out of service:                         1918

Fate:                                      19 April 1930 sank

 

Official Number:                      95548

Pennant No:                           Y 7 81

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Builder:                                  Oswald Mordaunt & Co, Woolston

Launched:                              19 December 1888

Into Service:                            5 July 1915

Out of service:                         23 February 1918

Fate:                                      torpedoed and sunk on 23 February 1918

 

8 March 1913 launched by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend as Yard Nr: 919 named ROSALIND for Oil Tank S.S. Co Ltd (C.T. Bowring & Co Ltd, Managers) Liverpool

April 1913 completed

28 November 1913 requisitioned for Admiralty service as an oiler, name unchanged.

 

June 1929 completed by Ateliers & Chantiers du Sud Ouest, Bordeaux as Yard Nr 22 named ROXANE for Cie Auxiliaire de Nav, Le Havre.

3 August 1939 british Naval Authorities refused to allow 2 French tankers depart Port Said for France fearing their oil cargoes would fall into German hands and the ships were seized.

 

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Official Number:                       121303

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Builder:                                   London & Glasgow Engineering & Iron Shipbuilding Co, Govan

Pennant No:                            Y 2.108

Launched:                               24 January 1906

Into Service:                            16 April 1916

Out of service:                         24 July 1918

Fate:                                      Torpedoed and sunk

 

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