HMS Bentinck (K 314)
Frigate of the Captain class
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Built by||Bethlehem-Hingham Shipyard Inc. (Hingham, Massachusetts, U.S.A.)|
|Ordered||10 Jan 1942|
|Laid down||29 Jun 1942|
|Launched||3 Feb 1943|
|Commissioned||19 May 1943|
Assigned USN penant DE 52.
Returned to the USN on 5 January 1946. Later sold for scrap. Sold to Taiwan 26 May 1946.
|Former name||USS Bull DE-52|
Commands listed for HMS Bentinck (K 314)
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|1||Cdr. (retired) Henry Joseph Rawle Paramore, RN||Apr 1943||12 Sep 1943|
|2||Cdr. Evelyn Henry Chavasse, DSO, DSC, RN||12 Sep 1943||10 Jul 1944|
|3||Cdr. Robert Cecil Somers Garwood, RN||10 Jul 1944||Feb 1945|
|4||A/Lt.Cdr. Peter Reginald Glenholme Worth, RN||Feb 1945||late 1945|
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Notable events involving Bentinck include:
1 Sep 1943
HMS H 33 (T/Lt. C.P. Thode, RNZNVR) conducted A/S exercises off Lough Foyle with HMS Bentinck (Cdr.(Retd.) H.J.R. Paramore, RN), HMS Amaranthus (T/A/Lt.Cdr. W.G. Pardoe-Matthews, RNR) and HMS Vanquisher (Lt.Cdr. G.A.G. Ormsby, RN). (1)
2 Sep 1943
HMS H 28 (Lt. E.C. Croswell, DSC, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Lough Foyle with HMS Starling (Capt. F.W. Walker, DSO and Bar, RN), HMS Kite (Lt.Cdr. W.F.R. Segrave, RN), HMS Wild Goose (A/Cdr. D.E.G. Wemyss, DSC, RN), HMS Amaranthus (T/A/Lt.Cdr. W.G. Pardoe-Matthews, RNR) and HMS Bentinck (Cdr.(Retd.) H.J.R. Paramore, RN). (3)
21 Feb 1944
HMS H 34 (Lt. R.L. Jay, RN) conducted A/S exercises off Lough Foyle with HMS Calder (T/A/Lt.Cdr. E. Playne, RNVR), HMS Bentinck (Cdr. E.H. Chavasse, DSO, DSC, RN), HMS Burges (Lt.Cdr. H. Hill, DSC, RD, RNR) and HMS Buttercup (T/Lt. R.J. Jonckheere, RNR). (4)
26 Jan 1945
German U-boat U-1051 was sunk in the Irish Sea south of the Isle of Man, in position 53°39'N, 05°23'W, by ramming and depth charges from the British frigates HMS Aylmer (Lt. A.D.P. Campbell, RN), HMS Calder (Lt.Cdr. E. Playne, DSC, RNVR), HMS Bentinck (Cdr. R.C.S. Garwood, RN) and HMS Manners (A/Cdr. J.V. Waterhouse, DSO, RN).
8 Apr 1945
German U-boat U-774 was sunk in the North Atlantic south-west of Ireland, in position 49°58'N, 11°51'W, by depth charges from the British frigates HMS Calder (T/A/Lt.Cdr. E. Playne, DSC, RNVR) and HMS Bentinck (A/Lt.Cdr. P.R.G. Worth, RN).
21 Apr 1945
German U-boat U-636 was sunk in the North Atlantic west of Ireland, in position 55°50'N, 10°31'W, by depth charges from the British frigates HMS Bazely (A/Lt.Cdr. J.W. Cooper, DSC, RNR), HMS Drury (Lt.Cdr. N.J. Parker, RN) and HMS Bentinck (A/Lt.Cdr. P.R.G. Worth, RN).
- ADM 173/17786
- ADM 173/17832
- ADM 173/17762
- ADM 173/18492
- ADM 173/19365
ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.
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