Wanted Info on UK Troop Ship "Isle of Guernsey"

Discussion in 'The War at Sea' started by st helena, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. st helena

    st helena Junior Member

    Hi,
    Can any one help me please? I'm trying to find & get any information & photo on the UK WW2 Troop Ship called "Isle of Guernsey"?
    My Cousin traveled on this ship to France on the 5th/6th July 1944.
    He was in the Calgary Highlanders!
    Can any kind person help me out please? or a Web-Site?

    Thank You
    From
    St Helena :poppy:
     
  2. Alanst500

    Alanst500 Senior Member

  3. PeteT

    PeteT Senior Member

  4. Hugh MacLean

    Hugh MacLean Senior Member

  5. Temujin

    Temujin Junior Member

    Can anyone confirm who was the Commanding Officer of the Isle of Guernsey on D-Day. I have been trying to confirm who this was for some time. I know that Captain E. L. Hill was the ships master in 1940 but I do not know if he stayed in Command throughout the war.

    Also on the 21st Oct 1940, it was commissioned as HMS Isle of Guernsey, so their “may” have been a change of command. I believe I found E. L. Hill on the Navy Lists in the 1930’s as a L Cmdr......

    Any help would be most appreciated.
     

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