Canadian Steam merchant
|Completed||1927 - Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd, Wallsend-on-Tyne|
|Owner||Paterson Steamships Ltd, Fort William, Ontario|
|Date of attack||21 May 1942||Nationality: Canadian|
|Fate||Sunk by U-69 (Ulrich Gräf)|
|Position||14° 45'N, 62° 15'W - Grid ED 6871|
|Complement||22 (22 dead - no survivors)|
|Route||St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (18 May) - Trinidad|
|History||Completed in May 1927 |
|Notes on event|
At 07.53 hours on 21 May 1942 the unescorted Torondoc (Master François Xavier Daneau) was hit amidships by one torpedo from U-69 and sank about 60 miles northwest of Martinique. The Germans questioned the survivors on four lifeboats and two rafts, but the master and 21 crew members were never seen again.
|On board||We have details of 22 people who were on board.|
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