Name WILLIAM CHATWOOD
Type Naval Trawler
Year 1920
GRT 330
Engines Steam
Builder GOOLE SHIPBUILDING & REPAIRING CO. LTD.
At GOOLE
Launch date Not recorded
Yard number 248
Owners The Admiralty
History

Sold in 1922 and renamed BLANC NEZ, Bouclet fils, Zunequin, Canu et Cie. of Boulogne, from 1931 Soc. Boulonnaise d'Arm. a la Peche, Boulogne and from 1934 Soc. Anon. des Pecheries St. Pierre (P.Ficheaux), Boulogne and renamed SAINT MATHIAS. Sold in 1934 and renamed ENGLISH ROSE, Boston Deep Sea Fishing & Ice, Grimsby and in 1935 renamed ST. DOMINIQUE after sale to Pecheries de la Morinie of Boulogne. Requisitioned into French Navy in 1939 as minesweeper AD.72, seized by Germans at Rochefort in June 1940 and became HS.03 in the Kriegsmarine, from May 1942 becoming V.724

Fate Mined and sunk off Brest on 4 June 1944


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