George Hay Stephen DSC, OBE, RD, RCNR

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29 Nov 1934 Lt.
1 Jul 1940 A/Lt.Cdr.
29 Nov 1942 Lt.Cdr.
1 Jul 1945 A/Cdr.
1 Jul 1946 Cdr.

Retired: 31 Aug 1946


13 Jun 1942 DSC
29 May 1943 OBE
23 Dec 1944 RD

Warship Commands listed for George Hay Stephen, RCNR

HMCS Mayflower (K 191)A/Lt.Cdr.Corvette5 Sep 194012 May 1942
HMCS Columbia (I 49)A/Lt.Cdr.Destroyer14 May 194217 Mar 1943
HMCS St. Laurent (H 83)Lt.Cdr.Destroyer13 Mar 194314 Apr 1944
HMCS Dunver (K 03)Lt.Cdr.Frigate10 Aug 194424 Aug 1944
HMCS St. Laurent (H 83)Lt.Cdr.Destroyer8 Apr 194510 Oct 1945

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Corvette HMCS Mayflower (K 191)

2 Oct 1941
HMCS Mayflower (A/Lt.Cdr. G.H. Stephen, RCNR) picks up 35 survivors from the British tanker San Florentino that was torpedoed and sunk by German U-boat U-94 in the North Atlantic in position 52°50'N, 34°40'W.

9 Feb 1942
HMCS Mayflower (A/Lt.Cdr. G.H. Stephen, RCNR) completed a refit at Charleston, South Carolina, USA.

Destroyer HMCS Columbia (I 49)

1 Feb 1943
HMCS Columbia (Lt.Cdr. G.H. Stephen, RCNR) started a refit at St. John, New Brunswick, Canada.

Photographs taken by
Charles James Sadler RCNVR, Stoker, Service NO. V-4963
HMCS Columbia / HMCS Avalon / HMCS Joliette

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