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Casualities in the CWGC Register for Blenheim I L1100

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
CaptainCarill Stanley NAPIER () Blenheim I L1100  Ext Link 1941-04-29 United KingdomHalton (St. Michael) Churchyar

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AiB AVIA Class ReportsThe TNA index for AVIA 5 has a number of errors in the transcription of serial numbers that prevent easy searches. The following is very much a work in progress for AVIA5/19, the first wartime file, to provide an index of: Aircraft Serial Number, Aircraft Type, Date of Incident, W reference 2199 Blenheim IV W914 AM266 Catalina II ??/01/1941 W958a AR651 Mohawk IV 08/01/1941 W947 AR658 Mohawk IV 02/01/1941 W945 AR664 Mohawk IV 01/02/1941 W958 AR666 Mohawk IV 06/08/1940 W853 G-ADPF Tiger Moth W822 G-ADVH Monospar W748a G-AESO Tiger Moth W747 K4927 Hart Trainer 08/12/1940 W934 K6011 Swordfish 29/11/1940 W928 K6248 Anson I 21/03/1941 W989 K6272 Anson I 21/06/1940 W795 K6296 Anson I 01/04/1941 W997 K6718 Spitfire P W949 K7019 Harrow II 21/10/1938 W621 K7114 Blenheim I 09/03/1941 W984 K7156 Blenheim I 05/07/1940 W808 K7190 Whitley I 02/05/1939 W654 K7229 Whitley I 05/03/1941 W983 K7260 Whitley I 18/12/1939 W718 K7435 Audax I 11/10/1938 W619 K7594 Battle I 11/12/1937 W581 K7732 Wellesley I 29/09/1938 W617 K7933 Gladiator I 16/06/1938 W604 K7950 Gladiator I 19/11/1939 W709 K8503 Shark II 20/02/1941 W969a K8733 Anson I 21/02/1939 W639 K8996 Whitley III 18/10/1939 W693 K9001 Whitley III 19/09/1939 W684 K9002 Whitley III 21/07/1939 W669 K9223 Battle I 01/10/1940 W886 K9419 Battle I ??/03/1939 W641 K9838 Spitfire I 16/03/1939 W643 K9965 Spitfire I 08/09/1939 W679 K9977 Spitfire I 30/12/1939 W719 L1100 Blenheim I 03/01/1941 W946 L1153 Blenheim I 18/07/1938 W607 L1160 Blenheim I 07/11/1938 W623 L1164 Blenheim I 03/09/1939 W677 L1232 Blenheim I 05/06/1940 W784 L1358 Blenheim I 10/07/1940 W814 L1549 Hurricane I 20/07/1938 W607 L1577 Hurricane I 01/02/1941 W959 L1629 Hurricane I 02/02/1939 W635 L1717 Hurricane I 27/11/1940 W926 L1791 Hurricane I 25/07/1940 W827 L1849 Hurricane I 07/07/1940 W810 L1870 Hurricane I 29/07/1940 W827 L1936 Hurricane I 04/07/1940 W797 L1955 Hurricane I 29/07/1940 W832 L1989 Hurricane I ??/07/1940 W827 L2162 Sunderland I 20/09/1938 W616 L2944 Skua II 27/07/1940 W829 L2946 Skua II 11/01/1940 W724 L3036 Skua II 14/11/1939 W708 L4054 Hampden I 07/04/1940 W749 L4136 Hampden I 20/04/1939 W649 L4161 Hampden I 05/09/1939 W678 L4243 Wellington I 15/05/1939 W656 L4261 Wellington I 01/03/1941 W979 L4290 Wellington I 21/07/1939 W670 L4395 Mentor 21/03/1940 W745 L4547 Oxford I 06/11/1939 W703 L4571 Oxford I 18/09/1939 W683 L4580 Oxford I 13/09/1938 W615 L4702 Lysander I 28/04/1939 W653 L4762 Lysander II 28/04/1939 W652 L4853 Blenheim IV 06/08/1940 W838 L5356 Battle I 29/10/1940 W900 L5947 Magister I ??/07/1940 W807 L5948 Magister I 10/05/1938 W602 L6016 Hereford I 09/05/1940 W765 L6160 Botha I 02/05/1940 W775 L6205 Botha I ??/08/1940 W850 L6612 Blenheim I 19/12/1940 W941 L6679 Blenheim I 16/11/1940 W912 L6970 Defiant I 11/06/1940 W791 L7004 Defiant I 07/06/1940 W787 L7278 Manchester I 21/03/1941 W988 L7596 DH.86 28/07/1939 W672 L8060 Magister I 16/08/1938 W614 L8136 Magister I 11/11/1938 W624 L8331 Magister I 15/04/1940 W754 L8369 Blenheim I 25 ....Read More.Ross_McNeill on 7th November 2011 08:36:22
Blenheim (35 Squadron)Hi Pete, As promised a list of all the Blenheims that served with 35 Squadron, or at least those that I can find. Any comments, corrections or additions most welcome. [U][/U][B]35 Squadron Blenheim List.[/B] [B](with emphasis on their allocation after 35 Sqn. was disbanded in April 1940) [/B] [B]Mk. I (6)[/B] K7115 Taken on Charge by 35 Sqn. 23-2-1940. To 17 OTU 22-4-1940. K7116 Taken on Charge by 35 Sqn. 22-3-1940. To 17 OTU 22-4-1940. L1100 to 40 Sqn. L1203 to 108 Sqn. L1205 to 17 OTU L1310 to 17 OTU [B]Mk. IV (26)[/B] L4888 to 35 Sqn. from 101 Sqn. on 7-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB), to 17 OTU L4889 to 35 Sqn. from 101 Sqn. on 15-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB), to 17 OTU 22-4-1940. [B](I have this F,78)[/B] L4891 to 17 OTU L4892 to 35 Sqn. from 101 Sqn. on 15-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB), to 17 OTU L4894 to 17 OTU L4895 to 17 OTU L4898 to 35 Sqn. from 101 Sqn. on 9-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB), to 17 OTU L4900 to 17 OTU L8845 crashed 12-3-1940 L8846 to 17 OTU N6166 to 101 Sqn. on 7-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB) N6174 to 101 Sqn. [B]( N6175 Did not serve with 35 Sqn, probably not built, no Form 78 ) [/B] N6176 to 101 Sqn. on 9-3-1940 (101 sqn. ORB) (I have the F.1180 for 9-7-1940 with 101 Sqn) N6181 to 101 Sqn. N6182 to 101 Sqn. on 15-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB) P4900 to OATU P4907 to 17 OTU P4912 to 101 Sqn. on 2-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB) (two periods with 35 Sqn.) P6905 to 101 Sqn. P6906 to 101 Sqn. on 2-3-1940 (101 Sqn. ORB) P6907 to 108 Sqn. P6908 to 101 Sqn. P6918 crashed 6-4-1940 P6919 to 17 OTU R3620 to 17 OTU R3621 to 17 OTU 22-4-1940. [B](I have this F.78) [/B] Details taken from the Air-Britain Serial Registers, Form 78s and ORBs. One would have to speculate based on the dates known above that all the transfers to 17 OTU took place on 22 April 1940. Hope we can sort out those two missing accident serials. In that regard I think P4900 looks a possibility for one of them due to the later allocation. Do you have the F.78 for that one ? Regards, Martin. ....Read More.Martin Gleeson on 9th August 2014 05:23:01
Blenheim (35 Squadron)The following consolidates the information that I have on No 35 Squadron Blenheim If anyone has any comments, can fill in any blanks or can provide a copy of the AM78 (where one is not shown in the source column), please feel free to contact me. Regards Pete [TABLE="width: 879"] [TR] [TD]Serial [/TD] [TD]Entry Date [/TD] [TD]Entry Type [/TD] [TD]Source [/TD] [TD]Information [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]????? [/TD] [TD]22/01/1940 [/TD] [TD]Accident [/TD] [TD]ORB [/TD] [TD]F/O RB Barker collapsed aircraft at RAF Bassingbourn [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]30/03/1940 [/TD] [TD]Accident [/TD] [TD]ORB [/TD] [TD]F/L J Paine damaged wing and undercarriage at RAF Upwood [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]K7115 [/TD] [TD]23/02/1940 [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]From SF Wtyon [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]K7116 [/TD] [TD]22/03/1940 [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]From 40 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L1100 [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]From Wtyon [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD][/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]To 40 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L1203 [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]From 108 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD][/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]To 108 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L1205 [/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]From 108 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L1264 [/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]From 101 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L1310 [/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]- [/TD] [TD]From 101 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L4888 [/TD] [TD]07/03/1940 [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]AM78 [/TD] [TD]From 101 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]AM78 [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L4889 [/TD] [TD]16/03/1940 [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]AM78 [/TD] [TD]From 101 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]AM78 [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L4891 [/TD] [TD]09/03/1940 [/TD] [TD]TOS [/TD] [TD]AM78 [/TD] [TD]From 101 Squadron [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD][/TD] [TD]22/04/1940 [/TD] [TD]SOS [/TD] [TD]AM78 [/TD] [TD]To 17 Operational Training Unit [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]L4892 [/TD] ....Read More.PeteT on 10th August 2014 07:48:45
1941 Unaccounted Airmen Database ReconciliationContinuing with a few more of the UK casualties: Robert BURTON (R/60228) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Spitfire N3250 of 57 O.T.U. which crash landed in a field near Tattenhall after apparently suffering engine failure due to oil starvation. Alfred Ernest WEBB (39552) - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at 83 Blackfriars Road, Great Yarmouth. See also civilians Raymond and Rowena Turner, who died at the same address on that day: [url]http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Norfolk/GtYarmouthCivilians.html[/url] Irvine Douglas BOWLES (701578) - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at Street, Somerset. His funeral was reported in the Central Somerset Gazette of April 18th 1941, which recorded that he was killed when his car collided with a lamp standard at Street. Derek Stewart THOMSON (1055870) - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website recorda that he died at 11 30 a.m. at Dundee Royal Infirmary due to tuberculosis. Robert Clive MORGAN (88784) - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at Station Hospital, R.A.F. Melksham-Without, Wiltshire. Frederick George NEILL (976110) - the 221 Sqn ORB Form 540 recorda that he was one of the crew of Wellington W5653, which crashed into a hillside in County Donegal. See: Air 81/5811 - [url]http://www.rafcommands.com/database/air81/index.php?qname=&qcntry=&cur=5800&qunit=&qnum=&qmem=&qdate=[/url] See also: [url]http://www.irishidentity.com/extras/hidden/stories/urris.htm[/url] Harry WINTERBOTTOM (614322) - the Manchester Evening New of April 18th 1941 reported the inquest into his death. He was killed when his motor-cycle collided with a bus at the junction of Oldham Road and Queen's Road, Manchester. He had been home for a few days on leave and was returning to his unit. A verdict of "accidental death" was returned by the Coroner. Frederick Harry James HUCKS (752146) - the Gloucestershire Echo of April 19th 1941 reported that he collapsed and died at Stow-on-the-Wold on Easter Monday. Robert Lance CONGREVE (437007) - a family tree on ancestry.co.uk records that he was killed in an air raid, and that his body was found at 12.00 on April 28th 1941 in the Victoria League Club, Malet Street, Holborn, London. Seymour Fitzclare CLIFFORD (79077) - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at Cranmore Court, Chelsea, London. Robert Hyde PROCTOR (1284690) - the Croydon Memorial Book, on ancestry.co.uk, records that he was struck by an aircraft whilst with 12 S.F.T.S. and died from his injuries. Robert Ernest BOTTERILL (611765) - a family tree on ancestry.co.uk records that his death certificate states that the his body was found on April 17th 1941 at 53 Leyland Road, Lee, Lewisham. Death was 'due to war operations.' Arthur Reginald MILES (841742) - the National Probate Calendar records that he also died at Lewisham. Frank WILLIS (1263989) - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at Seacroft Emergency ....Read More.wwrsimon on 22nd April 2019 02:08:06


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