Charles Courtenay Bell DSO, RN
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|15 Sep 1899|| ||Mid.|
|15 Sep 1902|| ||A/S.Lt.|
|26 Oct 1903|| ||S.Lt.|
|1 Apr 1905|| ||Lt.|
|1 Apr 1913|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
|30 Jun 1917|| ||Cdr.|
|15 Jul 1928|| ||Capt. (retired)|
Retired: 1 Jan 1923
Warship Commands listed for Charles Courtenay Bell, RN
|HMS Moreton Bay (F 11)||Capt. (retired)||Armed Merchant Cruiser||5 Jan 1941||mid 1941|
|HMS Derbyshire (F 78)||Capt. (retired)||Armed Merchant Cruiser||8 Nov 1941||early 1942|
|HMS Corfu (F 86)||Capt. (retired)||Armed Merchant Cruiser||15 Jan 1943||early 1944|
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30 Jun 1941
The British merchant Saint Anselm was torpedoed and sunk west of Madeira in position 31°00'N, 26°00'W by German U-boat U-66. HMS Moreton Bay (Capt. C.C. Bell (retired), RN) later picks up 18 survivors.
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