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Peyton Company, Newport Beach CA

Most recent update: December 22, 2014.


The Peyton Company was said to be at 901 West Pacific Coast Highway, but this location is not actually on the waterfront, although it's close.  If anyone can pinpoint its site or add to the table below, please send your input to timcolton@aol.com 

Hull # O.N. Original Name Original Owner Ship Type GT Ft. Delivery Disposition
    SC 772 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 15-Apr-43 To USCG 1945 as Air Mallard (WAVR 437), sold 1948 as Lady Goodiver, now B-and-B SC-772 (Canada)
  261514 SC 773 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 12-May-43 Sold 1948 as Larry
    SC 774 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 28-Jun-43 To the USSR 1945 as BO-323
  258943 SC 775 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 30-Jul-43 To USCG 1945 as Air Martin (WAVR 438), sold 1948 as Milmar
    SC 1362 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 6-Sep-43 To USCG 1945 as Air Warbler (WAVR 477), sold 1948 as Warbler
    SC 1363 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 29-Sep-43 Disposed of 1946
    SC 1364 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 13-Nov-43 To the USSR 1945 as BO-331
    SC 1365 US Navy Sub Chaser 95d 110 10-Jan-44 To the USSR 1945 as BO-329
    TP 122 US Army Tug, Harbor   96 Mar to Aug-44  
    TP 123 US Army Tug, Harbor   96 Mar to Aug-44 Sold, later Outlaw V (Canada O.N. 320295)
    TP 124 US Army Tug, Harbor   96 Mar to Aug-44  
    TP 125 US Army Tug, Harbor   96 Mar to Aug-44