Capt Cornwallis J. Clutterbuck

OBE

Master of the "Llandaff Castle" when, on the 30th November 1942 on a voyage from Dar es Salaam to Durban she was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U 177 just short of her destination.

Captain Clutterbuck was appointed Marine Superintendent at Cape Town, and before retirement manager of the London & Southampton Stevedoring Company.

The L & S. S. Co. was, before Union-Castle was absorbed by Clan Line and the formation of British & Commonwealth, Union-Castle's cargo stevedoring department in Southampton & London.     

Review - February 1962

Service Record

From

To

Kenilworth Castle

4th Officer

1/1932


Carnarvon Castle

2nd Officer

6/1937


Llandaff Castle

Master

8/1942

11/1942

Sunk when torpedoed

Samflora

Master

8/1944

11/1946

Empire Duchess

Master

2/1947

9/1947

Marine Supt

Southampton

1948


Retired

10/1960


Died

29 October 1980

Aged 77

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