HMCS DUNDALK Z40

 

Then CNAV DUNDALK

 


 

HMCS Dundalk, 12 Apr 1950

Source: The Ships of Canada's Naval Forces 1910-1981 by Ken Macpherson and John Burgess

 

Built: 1943 

Commissioned: 13 Nov 1943

Paid off: 09 Apr 1946

Re-designated: as CNAV

Paid off: 13 Dec 1959

Fate: Unknown

 

Commissioned on 13 Nov 1943, at Walkerville, Ont., this small tanker was used to deliver fuel oil from Halifax refineries to bases on the east coast and in Newfoundland. Occasionally Dundalk served as a lighter.  She was paid off on 09 Apr 1946, and subsequently served as a CNAV until 13 Nov 1959. 

 


 

Photos and Documents

 


 

Commanding Officers

 

Skpr/Lt B.W. Allen, RCNR - 10 July 1943 - unk

 

Skpr/Lt J.S.G. Ascah, RCNR - 06 Oct 1943 - 09 July 1945

 

Skpr/Lt Boyd Wellington Allen, RCN(R) - 10 Jul 1945 - unk

 


  

     In memory of those who have crossed the bar    

They shall not be forgotten

 

 


 

Former Crew Members

 

Craigdallie, Thomas, Ch/Skpr, RCNR - 16 Apr 1945

 

Foote, William Gordon, Ch/Skpr, RCNR - 11 Jun 1945

 

McLeod, Melville (Mel)

 

Snow, Frederick William, Skpr/Lt, RCNR - 14 Apr1945

 


 

Photos and Documents

 

JL19

JL20

JL21

JL22

(JL19) CNAV DUNDALK - "Halifax to Bermuda"  (JL20) John, Pygm and Al on CNAV DUNDALK  (JL21) Joe Lesage on CNAV DUNDALK  (JL22) CNAV DUNDALK

 

From the collection of Marcel (Joe) Lesage, RCN

 

Courtesy of Richard Lesage

 


 

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