Hugh Parker Crail DSC, RNR
|Birth details unknown|
Retired: 1 Jul 1950
Warship Commands listed for Hugh Parker Crail, RNR
|HMS Northern Spray (FY 129)||Lt.||ASW Trawler||1 Jul 1940||Apr 1941|
|HMS Vervain (K 190)||Lt.||Corvette||21 Apr 1941||mid 1943|
|HMS Shiel (K 305)||Lt.||Frigate||30 Sep 1943||late 1945|
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Corvette HMS Vervain (K 190)
10 Jun 1942
HMS Vervain (Lt. H.P. Crail, RNR) picks up 8 survivors from the British merchant Ramsay that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-94 in the North Atlantic in position 51°53'N, 34°59'W.
18 Nov 1942
HMS Vervain (Lt. H.P. Crail, RNR) picks up 52 men from the American merchant Yaka that was torpedoed and damaged by German U-boat U-624 south-south-east of Cape Farewell. The abandoned Yaka was finally torpedoed and sunk later that day by German U-boat U-522 in position 54°07'N, 38°26'W.
20 Mar 1943
HMS Vervain (Lt. H.P. Crail, RNR) picks up 5 survivors from the British merchant Fort Lamy that was torpedoed and sunk on 8 March 1943 by German U-boat U-527 in the North Atlantic, south-east of Cape Farewell, in position 58°30'N, 31°00'W.