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HMCS Iroquois G89

From the collection of Roy Cardy

Courtesy of Dennis Cardy

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Battle honours and awards:  Atlantic 1943,  Arctic 1943-45,  Biscay 1943-44,  Norway 1945,  Korea 1952-53



Laid down: 19 Sep 1940

Launched: 23 Sep 1941

Commissioned: 30 Nov 1942

Paid off: 22 Feb 1946

Re-commissioned: 24 Jun 1949

Paid off: 24 Oct 1962

Fate: Broken up in 1966


The first of the Canadian Tribals to commission, she did so at Newcastle-on-Tyne, on 30 Nov 1942. Iroquois was assigned to the 3rd Flotilla, Home Fleet, but proved to have structural flaws and was not fully operational until 30 Jan 1943. On a quick round trip to Canada in Mar 1943 she incurred weather damage that kept her under repairs at Plymouth until early Jun 1943, following which she was employed on Gibraltar convoys. In Jul 1943 three troopships she was escorting to Freetown were attacked by German aircraft 300 miles off Vigo, Spain, and two were sunk, Iroquois rescuing 680 survivors from the Duchess of York. Iroquois then spent several months escorting Russian convoys. In Feb 1944, she arrived at Halifax for a refit, returning to Plymouth early in Jun 1944 to join the 10th Flotilla for invasion duties. After D-Day she carried out patrols in the Channel and the Bay of Biscay, and for some months escorted capital ships and troopships in U.K. coastal waters. She rejoined the Home Fleet at Scapa Flow in Mar 1945. On 16 Apr 1945, HMCS Haida G63, HMCS Huron G24 and HMCS Iroquois G89 departed Clyde with convoy JW.66 for Kola Inlet; arriving at Kola Inlet on 25 Apr 1945. They departed Kola Inlet for Clyde with convoy RA.66 on 29 Apr 1945. On 29 Apr 1945 HMCS Haida G63 and HMCS Iroquois were G89 attacked by U-427 (Oblt Karl-Gabriel Graf von Gudenus). The attack resulted in near misses by U-427. They arrived at Clyde on 08 May 1945. Following D-Day, she sailed to Oslo as an escort to Crown Prince Olaf, who was returning to liberated Norway. Shortly afterward she visited Copenhagen, whence she escorted the German cruisers Prinz Eugen and Nurnberg to Kiel for their formal surrender. On 04 Jun 1945 she left Greenock with Haida and Huron, arriving at Halifax on 10 Jun 1945. The end of the Pacific war brought a halt to her tropicalization refit, and Iroquois was paid off on 22 Feb 1946. The following year she began a long refit and on 24 Jun 1949, was re-commissioned as a cadet training ship. Iroquois completed 3 tours of duty in the Korean theatre. During her first tour, on October 2, 1952, Iroquois was making a daylight interdiction bombardment on a coastwise stretch of the main North Korean railway line when she received fire from the shore battery. A shell hit B gun deck and killed LCdr Quinn and AB Baikie instantly. AB Burden was critically wounded and died several hours later. 


The following members of Iroquois were wounded in action on 02 Oct 52: Adam, Aimee, A.B., Berggrenn, Waldo, A.B., Dynna, Gilbert, A.B., Fortin, Emilien, MiD, P.O., Gaudet, Joseph, A.B., Jamieson, Gerald, DSM, P.O., Jodoin, Edwin, A.B., Moslin, Edward, P.O., Riley, Eugene, A.B., Wrigley, Walter, A.B.  (Source: Korean Veterans Association of Canada)


HMCS Iroquois' tours in Korea


1st Tour:  Departed Halifax: 21 Apr 1952  //  Arrived in Op Area: 12 Jun 1952  //  Departed Op Area: 26 Nov 1952  //  Arrived in Halifax: 08 Jan 1953

2nd Tour:  Departed Halifax 29 Apr 1953  //  Arrived in Op Area: 18 Jun 1953  //  Departed Op Area: 01 Jan 1954  //  Arrived in Halifax: 10 Feb 1954 *

3rd Tour:  Departed Halifax: 01 Jul 1954  //  Arrived in Op Area: 22 Aug 1954  //  Departed Op Area: 26 Dec 1954  //  Arrived in Halifax: 19 Mar 1955 *


* Returned to Canada via the Suez Canal thus circumnavigating the globe.


Following her Korean tours, she returned to her training role. On 30 Jul 1962, the RCN sent the 3rd Destroyer Escort Squadron (Atlantic), under Capt. Gordon Edwards, on a good will / work up tour. The squadron consisted of HMCS Sioux 225, HMCS Huron 216 and HMCS Iroquois 217 (as flagship). The ships sailed from Halifax NS to Bermuda and then on to Jamaica, arriving on 05 August 1962. The squadron joined a large fleet of naval vessels already assembled, as all Royal Navies and the United States Navy, had sent "good will" ships of various classes to Jamaica. In essence, it served to form one of the largest allied fleets to be assembled since WW II, and spent six days in Jamaica celebrating their independence from Briton which occurred on 06 Aug 1962. The squadron then sailed back to Bermuda before heading to Prince Edward Island to par-take in their official Lobster Festival. From PEI the squadron returned to Halifax for fuel and provisions, and again departed for Bermuda. From Bermuda it was onto Trinidad & Tobago to take part in their independence celebrations.


Shortly after entering the Caribbean Sea, the fresh water evaporator broke down and the Admiralty in Halifax was advised, and a replacement requested. This was easier said than done. HMCS Iroquois was a WWII Tribal class Destroyer, built in the UK in 1941. Although some spares were on hand in Halifax, an evaporator was not one of them. A request was sent to the Royal Navy in Britain, and they in turn advised that they could supply. When Iroquois reached Port of Spain, she received the replacement evaporator. The unit was brought onboard, still packed in its original crate. There was the usual adornment of numbers and code letters printed on the wooden crate. What caught everyone's eye however was the name printed on the crate in block letters "HMS HOOD" Apparently not all of the spares for Hood were disposed of. The unit was identical and fitted nicely, but not everyone was happy. Some of the older members of the crew (veterans of the Battle of the Atlantic) saw it as an "omen". They predicted it was the end of the Iroquois. Iroquois departed Port of Spain and headed for Bermuda again.


From Bermuda, the Squadron proceeded to Newfoundland where on 12 Sep to 17 Sep 1962, the Squadron took part in the 67th annual meeting of the National Council of the Navy League of Canada. (Click here to read more on the visit). While at St. John's, the squadron's actives included onboard entertainment of local dignitaries, day cruises for members of HMCS Avalon, HMCS Cabot and RCSCC Terra Nova and open house to the general public. Prior to leaving port Iroquois was advised to wear our "Paying off Pennant" upon leaving harbour, as this was to be her last port of call. On 24 Oct 1962, Iroquois was paid off at Halifax and placed in operation reserve (Moth balled) Point Edward Naval Station, Cape Breton N.S. She was broken up at Bilbao, Spain, in 1944.


She never sailed again ... OMEN?


Commanding Officers

Cdr William Boyd Love Holms, RCN - 30 Nov 1942 - 29 Jul 1943

Cdr James Calcutt Hibbard, DSC, RCN - 30 Jul 1943 - 07 Feb 1945

Cdr Kenneth Frederick Adams, RCN - 08 Feb 1945 - 02 Jul 1945

Cdr Edward William Finch-Noyes, RCN - 03 Jul 1945 - 10 Nov 1945

Lt Christopher Gordon Smith, RCN - 11 Nov 1945 - 30 Jan 1946

Lt Arthur Hatheway McDonald, RCN - 31 Jan 1946 - 22 Feb 1946

Lt Deryck Adamson, RCN(R) - 27 May 1946 - 23 Dec 1946

LCdr James Plomer, DSC, RCN - 01 Mar 1947 - 01 Jun 1947

LCdr James Sinclair Davis, RCN - 02 Jun 1947 - 13 Nov 1947

LCdr Breen Philip Young, MBE, RCN - 14 Nov 1947 - 02 May 1949

LCdr Thomas Charles Pullen, RCN - 24 Jun 1949 - 30 Sep 1949

LCdr Marcel Joseph Alphonse Jette, RCN - dates unknown

Cdr William Moss Landymore, RCN - 21 Oct 1951 - 31 Oct 1953

LCdr Stuart Grant Moore, RCN - 01 Nov 1953 - 22 Mar 1954

Cdr Maurice Faulkman Oliver, RCN - 23 Mar 1954 - 07 Aug 1955

Cdr D.L. Hanington, DSC, RCN - 08 Aug 1955 - 23 May 1957

LCdr Mark William Mayo, RCN - 24 May 1957 - 19 Nov 1957

Cdr William David Falconer Johnston, RCN - 17 Oct 1958 - 07 Sep 1960

Cdr H.W. Moxley, RCN - 08 Sep 1960 - 19 Mar 1962

Capt Gordon Cheeseman Edwards, RCN - 20 Mar 1962 - 30 Sep 1962

LCdr W.D. Munro, RCN - 01 Oct 1962 - 24 Oct 1962


     In memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice    

     Lest We Forget     


- Book of Remembrance entry     - Grave or burial information

BAIKIE, Elburne Alexander

AB, 10772-RCN

killed - 02 Oct 1952 

BURDEN, Wallis McBurnie

AB, 17635-H, RCN

killed - 02 Oct 1952 

COUGHLIN, Clifton Rexford Tony


died - 19 Oct 1944 

DWYER, Joseph Cannon


MPK - 26 Sep 1942 

QUINN, John Louis

LCdr, O-60710, RCN

killed - 02 Oct 1952 

SCHILLER, John Vincent

AB, V12434, RCNVR

lost overboard - 20 Mar 1943 

TARASOFF, Frederick

AB, V11626, RCNVR

lost overboard - 20 Mar 1943 

TORRAVILLE, Ian Thomas Lang

AB, 13594-H, RCN

killed - 05 Aug 1952 


     In memory of those who have crossed the bar    

They shall not be forgotten


Armstrong, George Gordon


Served in Iroquois during 3rd Korwan war tour as Lt, RCN

Aylward, William


Baker, Terrance


Served in Iroquois during WW 2

Boggild, Kai Hugh


Served in Iroquois as LCdr, RCN, XO. Commissioning crew

Bonner, Albert Leo


Bourne, Lynford Roy


Bourque, Donald Joseph


Served in Iroquois during 3rd Korean war tour as P2SW2, 40996-H

Bremner, William



Brindle, George Frederick


Brown, Bruce Alexander


Bruce, William Ernest


Burnett, Gerald Clarke


Served in Iroquois during her 3rd Korean war tour as ABAA1, 24953-H

Bush, Charles Leonard


Served in Iroquois in 1949 and as a  P1EM3 during 3rd Korean war tour.

Buzza, Percival Charles




Carter, George M.


Champagne, Marcel Louis


Served in Iroquois during WW II as Sto 2c

Coady, Francis Earl Matthew


Served in Iroquois during 3rd Korean war tour as P2EM2, 23184-H

Cochrane, Adam


Coffill, Gerald


Cornell, Alan Richard John


Costin, Frank William


Drafted to Iroquois Jun 1960

Curleigh, Colin M.


Served in Iroquois in 1956

Curry, Victor S.


Davis, Edward McKeown


Served in Iroquois 25 Jun 1957 - Nov 1957 as X.O.

Dee, Stanley


Served in Iroquois during the 3rd Korean War Tour as Lt, RCN, NavO

Degen, William Edward


Served in Iroquois during the Korean War

Dewe, Russell James


Served in Iroquois 1942-1945

Digout, Ralph Victor


Dowler, James McLean


Served in Iroquois during WW 2

Doyle, Peter Maurice







Eaglestone, Donald Alfred


Served in Iroquois during her 1st Korean tour

Exley, Earl, William


Served in Iroquois during the Korean War

Farrell, William Lionel Douglas


Fedorick, John


Finch-Noyes, Edward William


4th Commanding Officer

Freeman, Paul Douglas







Grady, Peter Harold


Served in Iroquois during 1st Korean War tour

Guildford, Thomas Kerr


Guthrie, Kenneth L.


Guy, Rex Geoffrey


Hamilton, James Alexander


Hart, William Edgar


Hartley, Mike


Hasselfield, Charles Donald


Hayes,Guilford Roscoe


Hayes, William Prine


Served in Iroquois in 1942 as 1st Lt

Henderson, Leslie Frederick Maynard


Hillyard, James Cameron


Hoffman, Herman E.


Served in Iroquois Feb 1956 - Jan 1957 as an ET

Holland, Kenneth Gerald


Holms, William Boyd Love


1st Commanding Officer

Hughes, Donald Clarence


Served in Iroquois in Korea in 1953

Hunt, George Charles


Hurtubise, Albert Joseph


Served in Iroquois during the Korean War




Janson, Frederick N.


Jette, Marcel Joseph Alphonse T.


Jodoin, Edwin


Served in Iroquois during her first Korean War tour as an Able Seaman

Johnston, William David Falconer


18th Commanding Officer

Jones, Donald Stephenson


Served in Iroquois in 1954 as LCdr, RCN, Engineering Officer


Keeler, Morton Harry


Served in Iroquois during 3rd Korean war deployment as C1QI4, 4308-H

King, John Lloyd MacKenzie


Kyle, Arthur B.


L'Heureux, Edward Joseph


Served in Iroquois for sea training as Naval Cadet, RCN(R)

Landymore, William Moss


Langlois, Howard Francis Sr.


Lees, Joseph Clifford


Served in Iroquois 28 Oct 1969 - 30 Nov 1960

Little, Donald Lister





MacFarlane, George Richard


Served in Iroquois during 1st Korean War tour as Principal Armament Control Officer and Squadron TAS Officer

MacGillivray, John


Drafted to Iroquois in 1941, Stand by

MacIntyre, Norman Elwell


Served in Iroquois during the Korean War

MacLeod, Max Daniel


Served in Iroquois during the Korean War

Mann, Clement Cecil Wallace


Marshe, Gerald Ian


Mayo, Mark William


McArthur, Donald F.


Melvin, Dave Wallace


Mills, Charles Edward


Moses, Russell Copeland


Moxam, Jack


Served in Iroquois during the Korean War as a gunner

Munroe, Frank Charles


Nash, Michael Patrick


Nichols, Jack


Nuttall, Fredrick Arthur


Nykolaychuk, Joseph






Patrick, Alexander


Served in Iroquois during the Korean War

Peterson, Lloyd Edward


Peers, Robert Claude Kenrick


Petrony, Edward Charles


Plomer, James


8th Commanding Officer

Pullen, Thomas Charles


11th Commanding Officer






Quick, Fred Albert


Roberts, Ralph Donald


Robitaille, Gerard Joseph


Roggeveen, Paul Adrian


Served in Iroquois during 3rd Korean War tour as Slt, RCN

Rollinson, Frederick M.


Rostek, John Joseph








Save, Bernard


Scott, Everett Howard


Shillington, Clifford Thomas


Served in Iroquois for all 3 Korean War Tours. List as P2AA3 for 3rd Tour

Smart, James Pattullo


Served in Iroquois during the 1st Korean War tour

Smith, Christopher Gordon


Served in Iroquois as Lt, RCN, XO

5th Commanding Officer

Sova, Arnold McCrimmon


Stanbrook, Wilfred Thomas


Served in Iroquois 16 Jul 1947 - 12 Sep 1947 and 24 Apr 1962 - 09 May 1962

Starnes, John


Stewart, Harold Douglas


Stitt, Don M.


Served in Iroquois after WW 2

Stymest, Leslie Holt


Tate, David Henry


Served in Iroquois in 1961 as LCdr, RCN, DeckO

Thorpe, Harold Alexander


Served in Iroquois during WW2

Tizard, John




Walker, Douglas William James


Warman, Herbert Edgar


Waugh, Peter Cyril E.


Served in Iroquois during the independence celebrations of Jamaica

Wood, Lewis Albert


Served in Iroquois during WW2

Wright, John Arthur


Served in Iroquois during 1st Korean Tour 1952-1953


Young, Breen Philip


10th Commanding Officer

Young, Chris Ronald


Young, John Barclay


Served in Iroquois in 1948 as Lt, RCN




Former Crew Members


K3 = Crew list from 3rd Korean war deployment - 1954-1955

Ackert, S., P2CK2, 51736-H (K3)

Anderson, H.R., LSTD2, 17568-H (K3)

Anderson, J.R., ABTD1, 17840-H (K3)

Andrews, J.A., P2RC2, 11806-H (K3)

Anthony, K.L., ABEM1, 16286-H (K3)

Arsenault, R.J., ABRP1, 14152-H (K3)

Arthurs, D.B., ABRP1, 14690-H (K3)


Babcock, W.R., ABCR1, 26703-H (K3)

Bannister, F.A., P2QR2, 9505-H (K3)


Barron, Jules, Sto - 1944 (of Montreal)

Batchelor, K., ABPR2, 16838-H (K3)

Batey, W.G., P1EM2, RX-8236 (K3)

Beeston, J., LSSW1, 15853-H (K3)


Berggrenn, Waldo, AB


Blackie, Arthur Robert, Lt (E), RCN - 24 Jun 1949


Bladon, M., ABLM1, 27014-H (K3)

Blanchet, J.M. ABEM1, 14127-H (K3)

Blommeart, A., ABEM1, 14470-H (K3)


Bonney, Wayne, OSSN - Paying off crew 


Bottomly, Tom, CPO, Hull Tech - 1961


Boule, L.P., P2NS2, 50088-H (K3)

Bourne, S., ABCK1, 16872-H (K3)

Bradford, D.G., ABAA1, 19020-H (K3)

Brassard, R., ABRC1, 17723-H (K3)

Brockhurst, Geoffrey J., CD, Lt (G) (K3)

Broome, G., P1LR3, 6392-H (K3)

Brown, G.J., P2AC3, 5910-H (K3)

Brown, T., ABVS1, 16318-H (K3)


Burke, A.O., C2ET4, 5059-H (K3)


Carder, A.A., C2ER4, 23159-H (K3)

Carrier, E.J., P1PW3, 51029-H (K3)


Case, Charles - 1954-1955

Casselman, C.J., LSQM2, 13258-H (K3)

Chapman, J.M., ABTD1, 12692-H (K3)


Cladwell, John - WW 2


Clark, R.D., ABLM1, 26238-H (K3)

Coffill, G., P2CR2, 12183-H (K3)

Coffin, A.G., ABAA1, 18811-H (K3)


Colletti, J., ABRP1, 12809-H (K3)

Compeau, R.J., LSEM1, 12569-H (K3)

Connelly, E.J., ABCR1, 28319-H (K3)

Corey, G.L., P1EM4, 22278-H (K3)


Coughlin, Clifford Rxford, A/LCdr, RCNVR - 12 Apr 1944


Cowie, W.F., ABEM1, 16410-H (K3)

Crawford, J., ABEM1, 16214-H (K3)

Cridland, W.M., ABPH1, 16672-H (K3)


Cringle, George, Cdr (S), RCNVR - 23 Jul 1945


Crossan, R., LSEM1, 14457-H (K3)

Crump, David A., Lt, TAS (K3)

Cunningham, R.D., ABRC1, 25801-H (K3)


Davies, C., LSNS2, 7055-H (K3)

Davis, B., LSVS1, 15715-H (K3)

Deon, D.A., LSEG3, 24912-H (K3)

Deslaurier, R.I., LSRP1, 18131-H (K3)

Desmeules, J., LSQM2, 14095-H (K3)

Dion, J.A.F., ABRP1, 18754-H (K3)

Donnohue, G.R., P1ER4, 22491-H (K3)


Duffy, W., ABLR1, 15333-H (K3)


Dynna, Gilbert, AB


Elliott, R.L.S., ABTD1, 17759-H (K3)

Estabrooks, R., LSEM1, 22573-H (K3)


Fall, W.J., P1TD3, 11319-H (K3)


Fane, Peter Edward - 1st Korean tour 


Farquhar, John Anderson, Slt, RCN - 24 Jun 1949


Faulkner, R.S., P2EM2, 10618-H (K3)

Fletcher, R., ABLM1, 28349-H (K3)


Forbes, Jack Deinstedt, Lt (S), RCN - 08 Jun 1947


Forcher, R.R., P2EM2, 13431-H (K3)


Ford, Gordon Winfield, A/Paym/LCdr, RCNVR - 13 Mar 1944


Fortin, Emilien, AB, MiD


Fortin, J., P2MA3, 9916-H (K3)

Fortin, J.A., ABEM1, 18805-H (K3)


Fraser, Walter Scott, Lt (S), RCNVR - 12 Jun 1945


Freund, N.M., LSCS2, 11274-E (K3)

Friis, G.A., LSCV1, 19549-H (K3)

Frith, R., LSCK2, 10146-H (K3)


Fuller, D., ABLM1, 24537-H (K3)

Fyfee, George M., LCdr, B.E.M., Ordnance Officer (K3)

Gagne, G.J.A., ABAA1, 17892-H (K3)

Gagnon, H.L., C2SW1, 40575-H (K3)


Gaudet, Joseph, PO


Geddes, George Scott, A/LCdr (S), RCN - 19 Jul 1948


Gibson, F.W., ABAA1, 12800-H (K3)

Giguere, J.C., LSCK1, 9875-H (K3)


Gilbertson, David Harland, Paym/Lt, RCNVR - 26 May 1943


Gilhen, Augustus, Wt/Shpt, RCN - 02 Jun 1948


Graham, T., P2VS2, 51260-H (K3)

Greczkowski, V., LSEM1, 9267-H (K3)

Green, A.G., ABTD1, 2628-H (K3)

Guy, C.G., LSQR1 - 13694-H (K3)

Hall, E.J., LSQR1, 12013-H (K3)


Hall, John Stanley, Sig/Lt, RCN - 24 Mar 1944


Harold C., ABQM1, 13791-H (K3)

Harold, Joseph, Sto - 1944 (of Calgary)


Harrison, Tom, Hull Tech - Aug 1961


Hart, T., ABLM1, 12871-H (K3)


Hartling, N., ABAA1, 24977-H (K3)

Henley, R.R., LSCK2, 8348-H (K3)


Hesketh, Richard Chisholm, Slt, RCN(R) - 27 May 1946


Hewitson, R.H., ABEM1, 16335-H (K3)

Hewitt, G., C1ER4, 22244-E (K3)


Hewitt, LSEM1, 15762-H (K3)

Holden, H.L., ABAA1, 16185-H (K3)

Hood, W.A., ABTD1, 16818-H (K3)

Hooper, J., QBQR1, 16729-H (K3)

Houle, J., ABEM1, 18300-H (K3)

Howe, C., C2CR3, 3713-H (K3)

Howe, G., P1EM4, 22031-H (K3)

Howlett, F., ABAA1, 19581-H (K3)

Hue, G., C2EM3, 21398-H (K3)

James, H.C., ABEM1, 16746-H (K3)

James, W.T., LSLR1, 13272-H (K3)


Jamieson, Gerald, AB, DSM


Jamieson, Kenneth, Wt (L), RCN - 03 May 1948


Jay, G.E., ABEM1, 15246-H (K3)

Jenson, E., ABAM1, 26822-H (K3)


Johnson, K.D., LSRP2, 9577-H (K3)

Johnston, E., ABCK1, 18541-H (K3)

Jones, Donald S., LCdr (E) (AE) (K3)


Jordan, Jean Paul, Lt (S), RCN - 20 Jun 1949 (Stand by) / 24 Jun 1949


Joyce, Ron V., LSCR1, 16002-H (K3)

Joynt, W., P2RP3, 7281-H (K3)

Kelly, R.G., LSRC2, 14410-H (K3)

Kelly, R.I., ABRC1, 19630-H (K3)

Kennedy, J.A., ABRP1, 25820-H (K3)

Kirk, K.H., LSAA2, 10202-H (K3)


Kirk, Ron, ABCV1, 18701-H  (K3) 


Knickle, D.E., ABAA1, 12375-H (K3)

Lajoie, A.J., LSSW1, 9223-H (K3)

Landriault, J., ABCK1, 26157-H (K3)

LaPlante, J.E., LSEM1, 9025-H (K3)

Lapointe, F., ABRP1, 14231-H (K3)

Leblanc, J.F., ABAA1, 23351-H (K3)


Lee, Norman Frederick, Wt (E), RCN - 21 Mar 1946


Leith, Thomas Wellesley McDonald, A/Gnr (T), RCN - 10 Apr 1944


Lentz, Herbert Stanley, A/Gnr (T), RCN - 27 May 1946 / A/Wt (L), RCN - 28 Apr 1947


Levandier, D.J., ABQM1, 24952-H (K3)


Long, John William, Lt (L), RCN - 24 Jun 1949


Long, M.A., P2TD3, 11467-H (K3)

MacArthur, F.S., LSCR1, 12187-H (K3)

MacArthur, L.G., C2CK3, 40827-H (K3)


MacDonald, Arthur Hatheway, Lt, RCN - 16 Jun 1947, XO


MacDougall, G.K., ABAA1, 15313-H (K3)


MacKnight, David Llewellyn (Tuffy), Lt, RCN - 08 May 1945


MacQueen, A., ABTD1, 26738-H (K3)

Mallett, G.H., P1ER4, 22210-E (K3)


Maranda, Theodore - WW 2

Martin, D., P1GA3, 25126-H (K3)

Martin, S., ABSW1, 13806-H (K3)

Martin, S.M., LSEM1, 13723-H (K3)

Matfield, D., ABEM1, 9123-H (K3)


Mathieson, Andrew Fraser, A/LCdr (E), RCNR - 18 Jun 1945


Maurice, J., ABSW1, 17655-H (K3)


McCabe, T.H., ABEM1, 12568-H (K3)

McCulloch, J., P2EM3, 11532-H (K3)

McCullough, J.B., LSTD2, 16368-H (K3)

McCullough, P2CV2, 6836-H (K3)

McCutcheon, A., LSQM2, 11871-H (K3)

McGinn, G., C2EM3, 21592-H (K3)

McGinnis, D.K., LSEM1, 11920-H (K3)

McGuire, G.T., ABEM1, 50913-H (K3)


McIntyre, Raymond Joseph Arthur, A/Bos'n, RCN - 14 Mar 1947


McIsaac, D.M., ABCR1, 16181-H (K3)

McIsaac, J., ABRQ1, 13810-H (K3)

McKee, G., LSQR1, 9000-H (K3)

McKelvie, W.D.K., ABTD1, 19187-H (K3)

McKone, B.A., LSEM1, 14413-H (K3)

McLaughlin, D.H., ABQM1, 23304-H (K3)

McLean, R.M., LSCV1, 13827-H (K3)

McLelland, C.S., P2RN3, 11502-H (K3)

McMillan, R.A., P2AA2, 7006-H (K3)

McNally, H., ABAM1, 26843-H (K3)

Meadows, R.E., C2CV3, 6534-H (K3)


Milne, Thomas Robert (Bob)

Montpetit, P., ABAM1, 19168-H (K3)

Montreuil, Y.J.L., ABLR1, 18999-H (K3)

Morrison, H.V., LSCS2, 9189-H (K3)

Moses, W.Q., P1AW2, 51543-H (K3)


Moslin, Edward, PO


Muir, J., P1ET4, 6282-H (K3)

Muise, E.A., LSQM2, 13727-H (K3)


Murray, John Malcolm, Surg/Lt, RCNVR - 30 Mar 1944


Nettleton, S.J., C2ER4, 22094-H (K3)

Neuman, M., ABRC1, 18938-H (K3)


Nieuwstad, Pieter Cornelius, A/LCdr, RCNR - 27 Jan 1944

Noble, J., ABQM1, 19599-H (K3)


O'Connor, A.W., C2EM3, 22261-H (K3)


O'Neil, Charles H., Surg-Lt (K3)

O'Neill, W., ABAA1, 24454-H (K3)

Orr, R.J., P1ER4, 22599-H (K3)

Ostrosky, M., LSAA1, 8743-H (K3)

Oulette, G., ABQM1, 18947-H (K3)

O'Very, H.W., LSEF3, 16317-H (K3)

Pacaud, L., P1EM3, 21995-H (K3)

Pace, E.B., C2sH4, RX-8179 (K3)

Paquin, J., ABRP1, 17849-H (K3)

Pare, R., ABCK1, 19216-H (K3)

Park, H., ABAM1, 26880-H (K3)

Patterson, J.L., LSQM2, 3960-H (K3)


Pearson, Don


Pellerine, A., ABAA1, 16825-H (K3)

Pelly, L., ABQR1, 13848-H (K3)


Pennie, Duff Morrison, Wt (E), RCN - 27 Jun 1949


Ploughman, H., Chaplain, CL IV, C of E (K3)

Plunkett, C., ABNS1, 9113-H (K3)

Poulin, R., ABRP1, 17741-H (K3)


Pratt, Denis H., Midshipman (L), RCN - 19 Jun 1949 (Stand by) / 24 Jun 1949


Price, H., P1ET4, 6107-H (K3)

Richardson, D.B., ABCV1, 19629-H (K3)


Riley, Eugene, AB


Ritchie, G., C1ST4, 3392-H (K3)

Robertson, F., LSRP1, 12610-H (K3)

Rolfe, M.W., ABTD1, 24442-H (K3)

Roscoe, W., P2EM2, 10595-H (K3)


Rose, Donald C. (Bud)


Rose, H.R., ABQM1, 25793-H (K3)


Ross, Joseph Donovan, Surg/Lt, RCNVR - 19 Jun 1943


Roy, P.A., LSCR1, 14078-H (K3)


Rutherford, ERA - 1962


Rutledge, J.W., ABLM1, 24974-H (K3)

Salman, G.J., ABEM1, 9081-H (K3)

Sarrazin, A., ABTD1, 18935-H (K3)

Saucier, J.L.A., ABTD1, 14240-H (K3)

Saunders, C., ABLM1, 19041-H (K3)

Saunders, R., EM1, 11941-H (K3)


Schleen, Donald C. 


Schroprfer, G., P1ER4, 9105-H (K3)


Scrivener, Richard Harding, A/LCdr (E), RCNVR - 06 Mar 1944


Sellars, W., LSEM1, 13680-H (K3)

Shannon, W., ABQR1, 26143-H (K3)

Shaw, G., P1CA3, 5868-H (K3)

Shields, R., LSEM1, 9126-H (K3)


Shirley, Roger John, Lt, RCNVR -04 May 1944


Simard, Pierre Edouard Gerard, Lt, RCN - 24 Jun 1949


Sidwell, S., P1EM3, 23248-H (K3)


Smith, H., ABRP1, 25790-H (K3)

Smith, H.R., ABEM1, 16424-H (K3)


Smith, Thomas J. (Snuffy), ABLR1, 16424-H - 1954-1956 (K3)


Smithers, W.O., ABRC1, 19627-H (K3)

Snider, K., ABRP1, 25767-H (K3)

Snow, L.R., LSED3, 12264-H (K3)

Soloduk, J.M., ABCR1, 26850-H (K3)


Spencer, (Spook), Hull Tech - 1961


Sproatt, Henry Anglos, Lt, RCN - 30 Jun 1949


St. John, R.G., ABCV1, 25067-H (K3)


Stead, Gordon Wilson, A/LCdr, RCNVR - 10 Mar 1944


Steen, ERA - 1962


Stoner, R., ABEM1, 17594-H (K3)

Stuckless, D.R., ABTD1, 16522-H (K3)

Sutherland, D.H., ABRC1, 12737-H (K3)


Sutherland, John Robert, Lt (S), RCN - 24 Jun 1949


Takoff, B.D., LSCV1, 16528-H (K3)

Taylor, D., P1SH4, 12617-H (K3)

Taylor, H.E., C2QR3, 3953-H (K3)

Taylor, R., P2EM2, 22765-H (K3)


Tessier, J., ABCK1, 14196-H (K3)

Townsend, K.H., LSCV1, 16083-H (K3)

Tyson, S., ABRP1, 26877-H (K3)

Wales, W., P1OT4, 5561-H (K3)

Walker, Lawrence J., LCdr, XO (K3)

Walsh, F., LSRP2, 13653-H (K3)

Ward, G., ABNS2, 15860-H (K3)

Wark, R., P1EM3, 22340-H (K3)

Warne, R., C2GI4, 3664-H (K3)


Watson, E.D., ABEM1, 12255-H (K3)

Wells, C., ABLM1, 12850-H (K3)

Wheeler, D., LSRW3, 11620-H (K3)

White, R.E., ABRP1, 10249-H (K3)

Whitney, K., LSTD1, 16430-H (K3)

Wiens, F., LSEM1, 10880-H (K3)

Wildman, J.W., ABTD1, 16177-H (K3)

Wilson, J., C2TI4, 4053-H (K3)

Wood, L., C2EM3, 21845-H (K3)


Wright, C., C2RT4, 51061-H (K3)


Wrigley, Walter, AB


Yuille, C., P2RC2, 5619-H (K3)


Zoschke, Paul Ambrose, CV - 1958


Photos and Documents



A Pictorial Record of HMC Ships Huron and Iroquois Under U.N. Command 1954 - 1955

Personal photo gallery of Edwin Jodoin

Personal photo gallery of Leslie F.M. Henderson

Ship's company photos for HMCS Iroquois

The Biscay Blockage: Operation KINETIC

Twelve Feet From Death