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HMS Lamerton a Hunt Class Type II Escort Destroyer. Web page dedicated to HMS Lamerton and the history of the ship with a message board attached for naval enthusiasts. HMS Lamerton was built by Swan Hunter and was launched on 14th December 1940. After the war HMS Lamerton was sold to the Indian Navy in 1953, renamed Gomati.

Displacement: 1050tons standard, 1600 Tons deep load. Speed 27 knots. Armament: six  4 -inch guns in pairs. Four 2 pdr pompom.  Compliment 168.

 

Photos of HMS Lamerton which my granddad served on in 1942 showing my Grandfather and other members of the crew and some photos we found that look like them taking prisoners of war, and also of the damage caused to the Lamerton at some time and when it was in for repair. We would like to thank Tracy Bolden for supplying these photographs.

     

 

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Type II Class destroyer HMS Lamerton. Message Board for naval enthusiasts, crew & descendents of HMS Lamerton. This website is not part of any governmental body or official websites of Type II Class Destroyers or HMS Lamerton.

Photographs and information on historical events about the aforementioned destroyers requested for this new website. If you have any information you would like to send us including photographs of crew members serving on any of these destroyers and also photographs of the ship please USE OUR MESSAGE FORM 

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PATRICK BRADY.. My father served on HMS Lamerton 1943 - 45 approx.  He was a stoker in the engine room.  I would like to hear from anyone who remembers him.  Contact Here 

CPO JOE IZZARD.. Joe served aboard HMS Lamerton and his sister Mary re-christened the ship after major repairs in Liverpool 1942? She is alive and well and welcomes any information or general chat about HMS Lamerton. Contact me at melboy@onetel.net.uk 

GILLILAND. My Father served on HMS Lamerton, between 1943 and 1945. As a gunner on the ship. If anybody has information about this ship or may have known my father please contact me. Brian Gilliland at gillilb@cablerocket.com 

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEAVE A MESSAGE USE OUR MESSAGE FORM 

 

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