HMS Umpire (N 82)
Submarine of the U class
|Navy||The Royal Navy|
|Built by||Chatham Dockyard (Chatham, U.K.)|
|Ordered||4 Sep 1939|
|Laid down||1 Jan 1940|
|Launched||30 Dec 1940|
|Commissioned||10 Jul 1941|
|Lost||19 Jul 1941|
|Loss position||53° 09'N, 1° 08'E|
HMS Umpire (Lt. Mervyn Robert George Wingfield, RN) was sunk on 19 July 1941 in a collision with the British armed trawler HMS Peter Hendriks north-west of Cromer, Norfolk in position 53º09'N, 01º08'E. She was on passage from Chatham to the Clyde. 22 of her crew went down with the ship.
Commands listed for HMS Umpire (N 82)
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|1||Lt. Mervyn Robert George Wingfield, RN||28 Jan 1941||19 Jul 1941|
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Notable events involving Umpire include:
17 Jul 1941
HMS Umpire (Lt. M.R.G. Wingfield, RN) departed Sheerness for Holy Loch. She joined convoy EC-47.
At Holy Loch she was to begin her training period. (1)
- ADM 199/400
ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.