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Destroyer histories. Royal naval old destroyer Scott class. Destroyer website dedicated to the history of HMS Bruce, HMS Campbell, HMS Mackay, HMS Douglas, HMS Malcolm, HMS Montrose and HMS Stuart from their launch to their participation in major wars also notice board for descendents of ex-crew of Scott Class destroyers.

All except HMS Bruce (used as target) and HMS Stuart were later converted to Short Range Escorts and served in home waters

HMS Scott 18th October 1918 Torpedoed and sunk on 15th August 1918.
HMS Bruce 26th February 1918 Used as a target and sunk on 22nd November 1939. off the isle of Wight
HMS Douglas 8th May 1918 Sold for scrapping in March 1945 at Inverkeithing
HMS Campbell 21st September 1918 Sold to Cammell Laird the original builders in February 1947. and scrapped at Rosyth
HMS Malcolm 29th May 1919 Sold for scrapping in July 1945. Scrapped at Barrow
HMS Mackay 21st December 1918 Sold to Cammell Laird the original builders in February 1947.
HMS Stuart 22nd August 1918 Transferred to Australia in 1933 and sold for scrapping in February 1947. at Sydney
HMS Montrose 10th June 1918 Sold for scrapping in January 1946. at Blyth

HMS Scott

HMS Scott, 1918.

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HMS Bruce

HMS Bruce, 1918.

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HMS Bruce, 1927.

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HMS Douglas

HMS Douglas.

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HMS Douglas, July 1935.

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HMS Campbell

HMS Campbell, 1930.

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HMS Campbell, 1930.

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HMS Campbell pictured c.1925. 

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Captain Buller DSO and Officers of HMS Campbell, between 1919 and 1921.

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My father, a US Navy Lieutenant, briefly served aboard the HMS Campbell where he trained to become a radar officer.  Upon completion of his training, he was given this boars-head plaque signed by the ship's officers.  I am not sure of the dates he served aboard the Campbell, but I would guess late 1942 or early 1943.  My father's full name was Frank Lincoln Nagle III and would have had the rank of either Lieutenant Junior Grade or Lieutenant.  He left the Navy in 1945 as a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserves.  I hope you find this of interest.  Sincerely, Frank L. Nagle IV

HMS Malcolm

HMS Malcolm, 1919.

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HMS Malcolm, 1923.

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Flotilla Leader HMS Malcolm pictured c.1937  ©Walker Archive

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HMS Malcolm, 1925.

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HMS Mackay

HMS Mackay, July 1935.

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HMS Mackay with HMS Starfish and HMS Seahorse, May 1939.

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Some crew of HMS Mackay, June 1940.  Top Right is Harry Butcher.

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HMS Mackay.

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HMS Stuart

HMS Stuart, 1933.

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HMS Stuart, 1933.

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HMS Stuart  ©Walker Archive

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HMS Stuart.    ©Walker Archive

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The football team from HMS Stuart in Malta c.1919   ©Walker Archive

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HMS Stuart crew members in Malta   ©Walker Archive

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HMS Montrose

HMS Montrose, July 1935.

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HMS Montrose, 1935.

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HMS Montrose and a surrendered German submarine.

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HMS Montrose.

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Specifications for  D.00 HMS Stuart, D.70 HMS Mackay and  D.81 HMS Bruce (disarmed and used as a target)

 

Displacement: 1,530 tons   Speed: 36.5kts    Complement: 164/183

Armament: Five 4.7 inch guns.  One 3 inch anti-aircraft gun.

 

D.60 HMS CAMPBELL.  Built by Cammell Laird and launched 21st September  1918. altered to become a short range escort during world war two. and finally scrapped at Rosyth 18th February 1947.                         Specifications for HMS Campbell

 

Displacement: 1,530 tons   Speed: 36.5kts    Complement: 164/183

Armament: Three 4.7 inch guns.  One 4 inch anti-aircraft gun, four 20mm anti-aircraft guns.

 

Specifications for   D.01 HMS Montrose

 

Displacement: 1,530 tons   Speed: 36.5kts    Complement: 164/183

Armament: Two 4.7 inch guns.  Two 6 pdr guns, one 4 inch anti-aircraft gun, two 2 pdr anti-aircraft guns and two 20mm anti-aircraft guns.

 

Specifications for  D.90 HMS Douglas &  D.19 HMS Malcolm

 

Displacement: 1,530 tons   Speed: 36.5kts    Complement: 164/183

Armament: Two 4.7 inch guns.  One 3 inch anti-aircraft gun, two 2pdr anti-aircraft guns (plus one 1pdr gun on Malcolm), two 20mm anti-aircraft guns, (four 0.303 inch guns on Douglas) and three 21 inch torpedo tubes.

 

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HMS SCOTT

..  GOLDEN BELMONT EVERITT..  I would very much like to leave a message about my grandfather, Golden Belmont Everitt.  He served on HMS Scott and was on board the day it was torpedoed and sunk on the 18th October 1918.  He was only 18 years old but already a well-built man, and a strong swimmer.  He survived some hours  in the North Sea before being rescued, I think it was sunk off the Danish coast, which must have been very chilly.  He stayed in the Navy as a deep sea diver, (we have photos of hiim in a Siebe-Gorman suit), until 1945 having been recalled into the Combined Forces.    If anyone has any information about the sinking of HMS Scott, or any photos, then my father Glyn Everitt and I would be very grateful.  You can contact me, Jane Everitt, on my email - janee@aukett.com.   Thank you!  Kind regards,  Jane Everitt

HMS CAMPBELL.

JOHN ARTHUR MOUSER.. My father served on HMS Campbell during world war two, any body with any information, photos etc would be greatly appreciated. Contact j.a.greenaway@ntlworld.com 

JOHN HOLLAND.  My father served on HMS Campbell from 1942 until its de commissioning in 1945. I would like to hear from any of his old shipmates and anyone else who has photos or information of the war activities of HMS Campbell. if you can help please contact Patrick Holland at lambeth@cygnus.uwa.edu.au 

HMS MALCOLM

GEORGE VICTOR HUTCHINGS.. I have been told that my father and uncle were boy seamen in WW1.  The name Arethusa has been mentioned.  In 1931 he was on HMS Malcolm and in WW2 he was on HMS Vimiera that went down off Sheerness.  I am trying to find out what I can about his naval record.  Any suggestions are welcome.  Contact Here 

 

**    My Dad ran down the jetty, being shot and bombed by the Luftwaffe on the 30th of May 1940.  He then got on the HMS Malcolm and got to Dover on the 31st.  He then got on a train to Wool and stayed at Stanley barracks.  We think he was with the Royal Corps of Transports, as along the way across France he and the guys he was with had to smash up trucks along the way.  I would like if at all possible someone could get back to us?  My brother and myself are trying to piece together as much of what happened, to maybe pass on before it's too late for us.  I have a diary that our Dad had with him before, during and after Dunkirk, in a grand cut tobacco tin wrapped in a park drive packet.  Please if you can help, contact dereklcg@blueyonder.co.uk 

I am having trouble finding anything on HMS Malcolm. My grandfather served on the Malcolm at the beginning of his naval career which started in 1919 and went on to 1935. If anyone can give me information on HMS Malcom it would be much appreciated. Contact me at sldsonyspeakers@aol.com 

FRANK COLLINS  My Great Grandfather served on HMS Malcolm. I am trying to find photo's of him and other crew and the Ship. if anyone can help me please contact me  Lee Collins at cozi1@freeuk.com 

HMS MACKAY

JOE DELACOE: My father who survives still, served aboard this vessel in WW2 as Stoker 'Joe Delacoe'.  He is in failing health but would love to hear from anyone who served aboard the Mackay or who knows him - probably known as Taffy as he is of Welsh persuasion.  Or indeed anyone who knows anything about the ship or who has anything at all to say on the subject.   Contact Here 

HMS DOUGLAS

D W GOODWIN: My father served on HMS Douglas during WW" based at Gibraltar, he later served on Submarines. If anyone knew him or has photos of the ship or its crew. i would love to hear from them. contact Tony Goodwin at EA.TGoodwin@edmund-nuttal.co.uk 

 

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