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Oxford II AR937 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Oxford II AR937

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash  16 Sep 41 Aircraft Name  Oxford I Serial Number  AR937
Unit  34 SFTS RCAF Operating Airfield   Country  Canada
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Source Henk Welting's Database

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Oxford I AR937

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Leading AircraftmanBarrington Vincent CASTLE (1385530) Oxford II AR937  Forum Post 1941-09-1734 SFTS CanadaMedicine Hat (Hillside) Cemete

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1941 Unaccounted Airmen Database ReconciliationSept/Oct 1941 Canadian Burials Another Lot of Canadian Casualties Aircraft from Bill Walker site Sergeant James Mcintosh FAWKNER (404679) 1941-09-16 Canada St. Thomas (South Park) Cemete Ref : Air Force Plot. Grave. Killed in Automobile Accident - He was hit by a car in Blenheim Ontario - He was in RNZAF Leading Aircraftman Barrington Vincent CASTLE (1385530) 1941-09-17 Canada Medicine Hat (Hillside) Cemete Ref : Lot 11. Block 139D. Sec. C. Died of injuries in hospital from result of training plane crash No 34 Service Flying Training School Medicine Hat Airplane was Airspeed A.S.10 Oxford #AR937 which crashed on 16th Sept 1941 Taken on strength at RCAF Station Dartmouth, NS. To No. 4 Training Command on 18 August 1941, for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta. Stalled at low altitude on take off from Medicine Hat at 16:00 on 16 September 1941 and crashed. Lone occupant, LAC Barrington Vincent Castle, RAF died shortly after being removed from the wreckage. Newspaper reports confirmed he died 17th Sept 1941 Leading Aircraftman Roy Peter MARSHALL (1379831) 1941-09-21 Canada Kingston (Cataraqui) Cemetery Ref : Sec. G. Range 6. Grave 12. Killed in Harvard Plane crash at Kingston Ont No. 31 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) Reopted "last night" in newspapers for 22 Sept 1941 Possibly: North American Harvard AJ579 Used by No. 31 Service Flying Training School at Kingston, Ontario. Category C crash at Kingston at 17:20 on 21 September 1941. To No. 3 Training Command on 19 February 1944, for records purposes only. To Noorduyn Aviation on 4 August 1944 for overhaul Squadron Leader Kenneth Lewis ASHFOLD (37273) 1941-09-22 Canada Ottawa (Beechwood) Cemetery Ref : Sec. 29. Lot 1. Grave 113. Flying Officer David Francis LANGMACK (C/2492) 1941-09-22 United States of America Albany (Willamette) Memorial P Killed in Aircraft crash at Medicine Hat, Alberta Also killed Flying Officer David Francis Langmack RCAF C/2492 Westland Lysander #417 Category A crash on 22 September 1941, when it flew into rising ground near Suffield, Alberta, 2 fatalities. Sergeant William Ronald LANCE (R/70035) 1941-09-27 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 2. Flying Officer Harold Wilson OLDHAM (C/2397) 1941-09-27 11 Sqdn AIR27 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 2. Oldham: Pilot Lance: Navigator Also Cyril Harvey Small (Civilian radio Operator) Both Missing on Transatlantic a Ferry Trip Hudson AM940 (Ocean Bridge) [url][/url] [url][/url] Leading Aircraftman Bruce Trevor EVANS (1294171) 1941-09-30 Canada North Battleford Cemetery Ref : Plan M. Block 18. Grave 8. Pilot Officer Douglas Henry HODGKISON (63109) 1941-09-30 Canada North Battlef ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 17th May 2019 04:38:14

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