Allied Warships

HMS Lord Stonehaven (FY 187)

ASW Trawler

NavyThe Royal Navy
TypeASW Trawler
Class[No specific class] 
PennantFY 187 
Built byCochrane & Sons Shipbuilders Ltd. (Selby, U.K.) 
Laid down 
Launched27 Aug 1934 
CommissionedDec 1939 
Lost2 Oct 1942 
Loss position50° 11'N, 4° 08'W

Completed in October 1934.
Taken over by the Admiralty in August 1939.
Displacement: 444 tons.

HMS Lord Stonehaven (Skr. Arthur Francis Samuel Jenner, RNR) was sunk by the German motor torpedo boat S-112 off Eddystone in the English Channel on 2 October 1942. The wreck is broken in two and lays in position 50º11'150"N, 04º08'350"W. The ship is identified through it's builders plate.


Commands listed for HMS Lord Stonehaven (FY 187)

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1Lt.Cdr. Henry Row, RNR18 Dec 1939Mar 1940

2T/Skr. Alfred F. Watson, RNR1 Jul 1941mid/late42
3Skr. Arthur Francis Samuel Jenner, RNRmid/late422 Oct 1942 (+)

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Notable events involving Lord Stonehaven include:

27 Jul 1942
HMS Rorqual (Lt. L.W. Napier, RN) departed Plymouth for Gibraltar. She was escorted by HMS Lord Stonehaven (Skr. A.F.S. Jenner, RNR) until 0015/28.

For the daily positions of HMS Rorqual during this patrol see the map below.


21 Sep 1942
HMS Unbeaten (Lt. D.E.O. Watson, DSC, RN) departed Portsmouth for Plymouth. She was escorted by HMS Lord Stonehaven (Skr. A.F.S. Jenner, RNR). (2)


  1. ADM 199/1878
  2. ADM 199/424

ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.

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