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Harold William Bagnell Oiler SS Mont Louis (Montreal), Canadian Merchant Navy May 11, 1923 Glace Bay, Cape Breton Co., NS May 8, 1942 18 Halifax Memorial Panel 20 Commemorated on page 89 of the Merchant Navy Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on February 24 and July 24 Harold William Bagnell was the son of Charles John Bagnell (1902-1986) and Helen Jean (Covey) Bagnell (1899-1960). Canadian Virtual War Memorial
Harold William Bagnell John Alexander MacIntyre
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John Alexander MacIntyre Fireman SS Mont Louis (Montreal), Canadian Merchant Navy September 1919 Louisbourg, Cape Breton Co., NS May 8, 1942 22 Halifax Memorial Panel 21 Commemorated on page 179 of the Merchant Navy Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on April 10, September 7, and November 13 John Alexander MacIntyre was the son of Hugh Angus MacIntyre (1889-1950) and Sarah Katherine (MacLean) MacIntrye (1919- 1938). Canadian Virtual War Memorial
The SS Mont Louis was en route from Paramaribo, Suriname (formerly known as Dutch Guiana) to Trinidad carrying a cargo of bauxite. The crew compliment was twenty-one. The ship was travelling unescorted. At 2:12 am on May 9, 1942 the German U-boat 162 torpedoed and sank the SS Mont Louis. Thirteen members of the crew were lost, including Harold William Bagnell and John Alexander MacIntyre of Nova Scotia. The master and seven crew members were picked up by the Mona Marie and landed at Georgetown on 10 May.