Thomas Taylor DSC, RN
|Born||15 Jun 1899|
Retired: 15 Jun 1944
Warship Commands listed for Thomas Taylor, RN
|HMS Broadway (H 90)||Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||Oct 1940||Early 1942|
|HMS Burnham (H 82)||Lt.Cdr.||Destroyer||5 Feb 1942||6 Mar 1943|
|HMS Teviot (K 222)||Lt.Cdr.||Frigate||1 May 1943||29 Jan 1945|
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Frigate HMS Teviot (K 222)
4 Jul 1943 (position 36.44, 1.25)
HMS Teviot (Cdr. T. Taylor, DSC, RN) picks up 204 survivors from the British passenger ship City of Venice that was torpedoed and sunk by the German U-boat U-409 off Cape Tenes, Algeria in position 36°44'N, 01°25'E.
9 Oct 1943
On 9 October 1943, convoy WS-33 arrived in South Africa from the UK with reinforcements for service in Burma, the convoy consisted of 4 ships. The British frigates HMS Bann, HMS Plym, HMS Teviot and HMS Trent were responsible for providing the Anti-Submarine escort on the last leg of the passage. (1)
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