Memorials

A new ONS 154 Memorial is on it’s way and will be soon created near the harbour. The finances for it will be provided by the J. Gordon Mumford Foundation and The Brit Method.

ONS 154: Memorial 1

This section lists the ships in Convoy ONS 154 torpedoed in the first attack
and the seamen who lost their lives on December 27, 1942

SS Empire Union (0230 hrs)

SS Melrose Abbey (0235 hours)

Soekaboemi (0410 hours)

SS King Edward (0415 hrs)

Scottish Heather (2040 hours)

ONS 154: Memorial 2

This section lists the ships torpedoed and sunk on the second day,
and the seamen who lost their lives on Monday, December 28, 1942

SS Melmore Head (2002 hrs)

SS Empire Wagtail (2045 hrs)

SS Baron Cochrane (2150 hrs)

SS Lytton Grange (2155 hrs)

Ville de Rouen (2210 hrs)

SS Empire Shackleton (2255 hrs)

ONS 154: Memorial 3

This section lists the ships torpedoed and sunk on the third day
and the seamen who lost their lives on Tuesday, December 29, 1942

SS Zarian (0005 hrs)

President Franqui (0930 hours)

Norse King (1507 hours)

ONS 154: Memorial 4 – Fidelity Memorial

This memorial honours seamen and marines from the HMS Fidelity
 who lost their lives on Wednesday, December 30, 1942.

Empire Path: Memorial

This memorial honours seamen who lost their lives
when the Empire Path was destroyed by a mine in December 24, 1944.

MV Luling: Memorial

This memorial honours the seaman who lost his life

Youngest & Oldest Merchant Seamen Killed

This page honours the youngest and oldest merchant seamen killed in WW II

For photographs of the ships, seamen, and memorials, please see Photo Galleries