HMCS Mulgrave (J 313)
Minesweeper of the Bangor class
|Navy||The Royal Canadian Navy|
|Mod||VTE reciprocating engined|
|Built by||Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. (Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada)|
|Laid down||15 Dec 1941|
|Launched||2 May 1942|
|Commissioned||4 Nov 1942|
|End service||6 Jul 1945|
HMCS Mulgrave (T/Lt. Ralph Morton Meredith, RCNR) was mined in the English Channel off Le Havre, France on 8 October 1944 and heavily damaged, not repaired.
Commands listed for HMCS Mulgrave (J 313)
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|1||T/Lt. Dermot Thomas English, RCNR||4 Nov 1942||11 Oct 1943|
|2||T/Lt. Ralph Morton Meredith, RCNR||11 Oct 1943||8 Oct 1944|
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Notable events involving Mulgrave include:
29 Feb 1944
While en route from Halifax, Canada to Plymouth, UK via the Azores, HMCS Mulgrave (T/Lt. R.M. Meredith, RCNR) was grounded at the Azores while entering Horta harbour. After being towed to Ardrossan, Scotland for repairs Mulgrave finally arrived at Plymouth on 24 April.