SS John B. Lennon

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SS John B. Lennon was a 7,198 ton American merchantman built in 1943. She sailed in two known convoys during World War II. These convoys were JW-58, which departed from Liverpool on 27 March 1944 arriving in Kola Inlet on 4 April 1944; Convoy RA-59 departed from Kola Inlet on 28 April 1944 and arrived at Locke Ewe on 6 May 1944.

The ship was named after John B. Lennon, an American labor leader of the early twentieth century.