starstone (hello)

12th July 2009, 02:44
Can anyone help me with detail of thship STARSTONE which was bombed in the Bristol Channel on the 31st October 1940.. my step uncle was on it.

non descript
12th July 2009, 08:58
Steve, a warm welcome to you. Thank you for joining the community and thank you for your first posting; hopefully someone will be able to comment on the STARSTONE and there will be some good feed-back for you. Do enjoy the site and all it has to offer, and we very much look forward to your postings. Bon Voyage. (Thumb)

bert thompson
12th July 2009, 09:13
Welcome Steve. You will soon get the information you seek from this wonderful site
Best wishes

12th July 2009, 11:11
Greetings Steve and welcome to SN. Bon voyage.

K urgess
12th July 2009, 13:53
Welcome aboard from East Yorkshire, Steve.
I can't find a STARSTONE on Miramar that was lost but one of the two listed was around at the time -
I'm sure someone in the crew will be able to help better.
Enjoy the voyage.

Steve Woodward
12th July 2009, 15:52
Welcome to SN from Southern East Yorkshire, enjoy your time with us

12th July 2009, 18:39
Welcome from Lancashire – I hope you will enjoy the site

Jim McFaul
12th July 2009, 19:40
Steve, the steamer STARSTONE was completed in August 1938 by Doxford, Sunderland for the Alva SS Co Ltd, Navigation & Coal Trade Co Ltd (mgrs), London. 5702grt. On the 31st October 1940 she was bombed by German aircraft west of Ireland in 54.12N 15.32W. (ref HMSO Records). She survived the war and was later registered in the ownership of Alvada Shg Co Ltd, London. Broken up at Nagoya in early 1963. Jim.