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Ivan Excell

Portrait, Ivan Excell in uniform. - This image may be subject to copyright
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Identity

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    Ivan AWMM
  • Surname
    Excell AWMM
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    Male AWMM
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  • Ivan Excell was the son of Francis Excell and Harriet Jane Excell (nee Teape) of Dunedin, New Zealand.

    MV Zealandic was torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U106 (Commanded by Oesten) in the Atlantic north west of Rockall in position 58.20 north 20.43 west. The ship was sailing independently on a voyage from Liverpool to Brisbane via the Panama Canal with 6 passengers and general cargo. The Master (Captain Frederick L. Ogilvin), crew of 64, two gunners and passengers were all lost. AWMM
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Death

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    17 January 1941 AWMM
    Age 24 AWMM
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    Tower Hill Memorial, Trinity Square, London, England AWMM

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  • Just looking at the site, my grandfather was also on the MV Zealandic. Walter J McCullough My family also from Dunedin.
    Public - Brendon - 15 January 2017

Sources

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    • Lloyd's war losses : the Second World War. (1989-). (Vols. 1-2). London, England: Lloyd's of London Press. AWMM
    • Tennent, A. (2001). British and Commonwealth Merchant Ship Losses to Axis Submarines 1939-45. Gloucestershire, England: Sutton Publishing. AWMM
    • Rohwer, J. (1999). Axis Submarine Successes of World War Two. London, England: Greenhill Books. AWMM
    • Sharpe, P. (1998). U-boat fact file, 1935-1945. Earl Shilton, England: Midland Publishing. AWMM
    • Jones, G. P. (1975). Under three flags : the story of Nordmark and the armed supply-ships of the German navy. London, England: Corgi. AWMM
    • Lord, W. (1982). The miracle of Dunkirk. London, England: Allen Lane. AWMM
    • Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force. (1941). Nominal Roll Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force No. 3 (Embarkations from 1st July, 1940 to 31st March, 1941). Wellington, N.Z.: Govt. Printer. AWMM
    • Plummer, R. (1990). The ships that saved an army : a comprehensive record of the 1,300 "little ships" of Dunkirk. Northamptonshire, England: P. Stephens. AWMM
    • British merchant vessels lost or damaged by enemy action during Second World War, 3rd September 1939 to 2nd September 1945 AWMM
    • Hague, A. (2000). The allied convoy system, 1939-1945 : its organization, defence and operation. St Catharines, Ont.: Vanwell. AWMM
    • The New Zealand Herald AWMM
      NZ Herald, 17th April 1941. p8 AWMM
    • Information kindly provided by family AWMM

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