From: Dictionary of American Fighting Ships


A British name.

(DE - 526: dp. 1,140; l. 280'5"; b. 35'1"; dr. 8'3"; s. 21 k.; cpl. 156; a. 3 3", 4 1.1", 9 20mm., 2 dct., 8 dcp., 1 dcp. (h.h.); cl. Evarts)

Inman (DE-526) was [laid down 25 September 1943,] launched 2 November 1943 by Boston Navy Yard, Boston, Mass.; accepted and transferred to Great Britain 13 January 1944 under Lend-Lease, This and other Evarts -class DE's formed the Captain class in the Royal Navy and played a vital part in allied antisubmarine operations in the Atlantic. Inman was returned to the Navy 1 March 1946. She was sold to G. H. Nutman, Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., in November 1946 and subsequently scrapped.

[Transcriber's note: She was stricken from the Navy List on 20 March 1946.

K. Jack Bauer and Stephen S. Roberts, "Register of Ships of the U. S. Navy, 1775-1990," p. 221.]

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