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Remember City of Waterford (convoy OG74)

S.S. CITY OF WATERFORD
Sunk in collision in Atlantic, 19th September 1941.  The Dutch Tug Thames collided with the City of Waterford in convoy OG 74  Crew rescued by HMS Deptford and transferred to Walmer Castle

Sunk in collision in Atlantic, 19th September 1941. The Dutch Tug Thames collided with the City of Waterford in convoy OG 74 Crew rescued by HMS Deptford and transferred to Walmer Castle, two days later, it was bombed.

S.S. CITY OF WATERFORD Aplin, Thomas E., Dublin Furlong, George, Wexford Naylor, Samuel, Bray, Co. Wicklow Murphy, P., Dun Laoghaire Kearney, Edward, Dublin were killed as a result of the Walmer Castle being bombed by German Aircraft two days later while still at sea.
… 2 comments on “City of Waterford, convoy OG74” derek ryan says: August 15, 2010 at 9:34 pm (Edit) My granmother was the sister of sam naylor. Reply Gillian Donnelly Maguire says: May 15, 2011 at 11:04 am (Edit) My Grand Uncle was Sam Naylor, of Naylors Cove Bray, and I have history about the events. I organised Sams service nedals for Rosie( Sams sister, my Granny) before she died. Reply were killed as a result of the Walmer Castle being bombed by German Aircraft two days later while still at sea.
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