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C. J. Barkdull - ( 1931-1933)
The "C. J. Barkdull" was the ex. "Wilhelm Jebsen" and ex. "Frederic Ewing" and was sold on November
16, 1939 to Cia. de Petroleo Lago.
The "C. J. Barkdull", which left New York in a convoy but never reached her destinefion.
Dissapeard and sunk on the Atlantic, January 10th, 1943.
"C. J. Barkdull".
The Miramar Ship Index for "WILHELM JEBSEN"
1920 FREDERIC EWING - 1931 C.J. BARKDULL
Torpedoed at 58.00 N / 26.00 W on 10.01.1943 (all 58 dead)
[ Voyage New York-Casablanca, fuel oil ]
Sistership is "Paul H. Harwood".
Additional Info by Starke & Schell Registers :
WILHELM JEBSEN-1917 USA 1ST (aft)
7,204 GRT for U. S. Shipping Board, San Francisco 435.0 x 56.0
Tanker build by Union Iron Works Co., San Francisco (10) #140 215635
building for W. Jebsen, Bergen
1920 - FREDERIC EWING Pan-American Petroleum & Transport Co., Inc., Los Angeles
1931 - C. J. BARKDULL s/o
1933 - Pan-American Foreign Corp., Wilmington, Del.
1935 - Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, Inc., Wilmington, Del.
1940 - Panama Transport Co., Panama PA
Missing since dropping out of convoy, 13 Dec 1942, voyage New York 12 Dec 1942 - Casablanca, fuel oil.