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 Blenheim I  L1427


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 21 Mar 40 Aircraft Name Blenheim I Serial Number L1427
Unit 18 Sqdn Operating Airfield Country
Aircrew details
Details
Source Henk Welting's Database

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Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/1928Pilot Officer H S P Hulton, Sergeant O W Dumbreck: killed; Corporal G E Lapwood, Leading Aircraftman Oultram: injured; aircraft accident, Portslade, Blenheim L1427, 18 Squadron, 21 March 1940.C16471150

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Blenheim I L1427

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantOliver William DUMBRECK (580537) Observer Blenheim I L1427  AIR81/1928 1940-03-2118 Sqdn AIR27 United KingdomKirkcaldy (Dysart) Cemetery
Pilot OfficerHenry Stephen Penton HULTON (33428) Pilot Blenheim I L1427  AIR81/1928 1940-03-2118 Sqdn AIR27 United KingdomSt. Brelade Churchyard And Cem

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Crash of 18 Squadron Blenheim 21 March 1940Hi, The Blenheim was a MKI L1427 T/o from Rosieres-en-Santerre at 08.00 hrs bound for Kemble via Tangmere. Crashed into a fog shrouded hill near Chichester,Sussex 21/3/40. Pilot: P/O H.S.P.Hulton. (K) Obs: Sgt O.W.Dumbreck. (K) LAC Oultram. ( Inj ) Cpl G.E.Lapwood. (Inj) From BCL Vol 1 W.R.Chorley Regards Dave ....Read More.highgroundsman on 16th September 2009 07:09:24
Crash of 18 Squadron Blenheim 21 March 1940I am afraid that Bill Chorley's crash location is incorrect for Blenheim L1427, I have three pages of the Report conducted by P/O D. S. Dickins and F/Lt C. Thompson who were instructed by the Station Commander and with a letter from the Officer Commanding No. 18 Squadron to fly down to Tangmere and investigate the crash of Blenheim L.1427 at Jeffery's Point, Portslade, near Brighton. The witnesses were Mr Gerald Winter, Castle Hill, Rotherfield, Sussex, two witnesses from Brighton and one from Peacehaven. "Winter immediately ran to the scene" ... "Winter shewed tremendous bravery by trying to extricate the pilot and Observer," ... Another paragraph in the Report of "a spectator, whose name and address is not known, said he saw an R.A.F. aircraft flying over Brighton at the time, and no recognition signal was seen to be fired." Empire Gallantry Medal Spelt "Jeffries Point" Portslade, Sussex, in Flight Magazine, with Mr Gerald Winter's address being given as "Ivydean, Roderick Avenue, Peacehaven, Sussex." different to the address in the earlier 1940 accident report. Mark ....Read More.Mark Hood on 1st September 2012 04:26:25
400321 - Unaccounted Airmen - 21-03-1940Hello, 400321 - Unaccounted Airmen - 21-03-1940 From Henk's List - UK TOWSE, Edwin Arthur - Lac - 612430 - RAF. Itchingfield ( St. Nicholas ) Churchyard, Sussex. DOI Possibly involved in the crash of Audax I - K7397 - 8 SFTS ? From CWGC - UK DUMBRECK, Oliver William - Sgt(Obs) - 580537 - RAF - 18 Sqn. Kirkaldy ( Dysart ) Cemetery, Fyfeshire HULTON, Henry Stephen Penton - P/O(Pilot) - 33428 - RAF - 18 Sqn. St. Brelade Churchyard and Cemetery, Jersey. Both the abovcr airmen were crew of Blenheim I - L1427 - 18 Sqn. EDWARDS, Raymond Charles- Sgt(Pilot) - 904369 - RAFVR - 24 Sqn. Hucknall Cemetery, Nottinghamshire. [ Mentor - L4395 - 18 Sqn ]. Also killed was Mr. John Francis Dymoke TANQUERAY, DFC. Who is commemorated at St. Chapel, Westminster Abbey, London. JEFFERY, Ronald Lee - F/O(Pilot) - 70861 - RAF(RAFO) - 10 SFTS. Sheffield ( Abbey Lane) Cemetery, Yorkshire. [ Anson I - N5039 - 10 SFTS ]. KIRKPATRICK, John George Stirling - Sgt(Pilot) - 741757 - RAFVR - 10 SFTS. Glasgow ( Craigton ) Cemetery, Glasgow. DOI. [ Harvard I - N7060 - 10 SFTS ]. PHILLIPS, Horace - Sgt(Pilot) - 562840 - RAF - 219 Sqn. Catterick Cemetery, Yorkshire. PROSSER, Frank - AC1c(A/G) - 622364 - RAF - 219 Sqn. Garndiffaith ( St. John's ) Burialground, Monmouthshire. The above two airmen were crew of Blenheim I - L1117 - 219 Sqn. Alex ....Read More.Alex Smart on 25th September 2020 07:08:12


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