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John Winthrop

Thursday, September 24, 1942
Torpedo Attack in North Atlantic
While en route to Glasgow Scotland, the SS John Winthrop straggled away from the convoy. She was torpedoed and shelled by U619. There were no survivors.

Lost At Sea Log

Number of sailors in this log: 52

Namesort descending Service Branch
1st Engineer John Anderson USMM
Oiler Leo Auexstein USMM
Deck Cadet Burton Bergeson USMM
Messman Harry Blume USMM
A.B. Earl Built USMM
Messman John Burgo USMM
F/W William Carr USMM
A.B. Raymond D'amour USMM
F/W Charles Deckert USMM
BM 2c Jack Decosta USN
Messman Andrew Denicholas USMM
Sea 1c Iverson Dorsey USN
Utility Leo Firth USMM
Wiper Roy Goodwin USMM
O.S. Robert Hallion USMM
Deck Maint. Jeremiah Harrington USMM
Radio Officer Alois Heiter USMM
Sea 2c Henry Jelinski USN
Sea 2c Earl Jenson USN
F/W John Johnson USMM

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