HMS Thornham (M2793)
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|Launched:||18 March 1957|
|Completed:||20 June 1958|
|Fate:||Broken up 1985|
|Class and type:||Ham-class minesweeper|
|Notes:||Pennant number: M2793|
She was converted in 1967 at Rosyth Dockyard for use by the Aberdeen University Naval Unit.
HMS Thornham gave its ship's bell to Thornham Church in 1969, and it is rung to signal the two minutes silence on Remembrance Sunday.
- Blackman, R.V.B. ed. Jane's Fighting Ships (1953)
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