British Motor merchant
|Completed||1937 - Barclay, Curle & Co, Whiteinch, Glasgow|
|Owner||T. Dunlop & Sons, Glasgow|
|Date of attack||10 Feb 1943||Nationality: British|
|Fate||Sunk by U-509 (Werner Witte)|
|Position||34° 53'S, 19° 51'E - Grid GR 6844|
|Complement||44 (5 dead and 39 survivors).|
|Route||Manchester - Capetown - Aden - Alexandria - Beirut|
|Cargo||6126 tons of government stores and 698 tons of general cargo, including explosives|
|History||Completed in January 1937 |
|Notes on event|
At 02.19 hours on 10 February 1943 the Queen Anne (Master Charles Hicking Radford) in convoy CA-11 was torpedoed and sunk by U-509 eight miles south-southwest of Cape Agulhas, South Africa. The master and four crew members were lost. 30 crew members and nine gunners survived: 17 survivors were picked up by HMS St. Zeno (FY 280) (T/Lt J.K. Craig, RNVR) and landed at Capetown, while 22 survivors in a lifeboat made landfall at Bredasdorp near Cape Agulhas.
|On board||We have details of 5 people who were on board.|
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