HM Trawler Lord Selborne

Discussion in 'History' started by bazzo, Jul 26, 2008.

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  1. Hallo, I’m trying to find information regarding my grandfather’s ship. His name was Thomas Connelly and served on HM Trawler Lord Selborne (RNPS). He was on board the night she was sunk by a mine, (31st of March 1941 about 3 miles of Spurn Head).
    I’ve tried the net but can only find out that she was laid down in 1917 and was 247 tons. Does anyone have a photo of the Lord Selborne or a similar type or other information? As Grand dad was only in the navy about 15 months before he was killed it’s unlikely that there’s anyone still alive who knew him.
  2. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer


    its a website for the RNPS and trawler men, very helpful people.

    Good luck with your search
  3. Thanks Janner
    I’ve got a post running there too

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