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 Beaufort I N1154


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash  07 Dec 40 Aircraft Name  Beaufort I Serial Number  N1154
Unit  217 Sqdn Operating Airfield   Country  France
Aircrew details
Details 
Source Henk Welting's Database

National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/4482Flying Officer H E Mussenden, Pilot Officer G H Brooks, Sergeant J W Pratt, Sergeant T J G Eede: killed; shot down, enemy action, Beaufort N1154, 217 Squadron, 7 December 1940.C16688580

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Beaufort I N1154

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Pilot OfficerGeorge Henry BROOKS (78459) Observer Beaufort I N1154  AIR81/4482 1940-12-07217 Sqdn AIR27 FranceHopital-Camfrout Communal Ceme
SergeantThomas John George EEDE (527729) Air Gunner Beaufort I N1154  AIR81/4482 1940-12-07217 Sqdn AIR27 FranceHopital-Camfrout Communal Ceme
Flying OfficerHugh Eric MUSSENDEN (41198) Pilot Beaufort I N1154  AIR81/4482 1940-12-07217 Sqdn AIR27 FranceHopital-Camfrout Communal Ceme
SergeantJohn William PRATT (627713) Wireless Op./Air Gunner Beaufort I N1154  AIR81/4482 1940-12-07217 Sqdn AIR27 FranceHopital-Camfrout Communal Ceme


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A monument for Beaufort N1154 crewDear friends In one of our local newspapers, was last 30 Ocober an article about a coming monument unveiling. Please follow this link : http://brest.letelegramme.com/local/finistere-nord/brest/ville/aviateurs-anglais-le-souvenir-est-intact-30-10-2010-1099475.php This little monument will be for 217 Sqn RAF/ C C Beaufort N1154 crew, who was killed in the night of December 7, 1940 at líHopital Camfrout, 19 km south East of Brst, Brittany, France. The article says they never heard of any relatives of any of the members of this crew. Just in the case, with a lot of chance, any of you would have been : P/O BROOKS George Henry (Obs., 78459, RAFVR) was 20. Son of Cecil Henry and Edith Maud Brooks, of Horsham, Sussex; husband of Sylvia Brooks. Sgt. EEDE Thomas John George (AG, 527729) was 33. Son of John George and Dorothy Eede, of Laira, Plymouth; husband of Winifred Edith Eede. F/O MUSSENDEN Hugh Eric (pilot, 41198) was 23. Son of Nathaniel and Louise Mussenden; husband of Joyce Margaret Mussenden, of Maida Hill, London. Sgt. PRATT John William (W/AG, 627713) was 20. Son of Robert and Jane Pratt, of Grange town, Yorkshire. The unveiling will be on the 70th anniversary date of the crash, next 7 December 2011 at 10 am. A part of the monument will be a propeller blade. Regards Gildas ....Read More.Gildas on 10th November 2010 06:47:31


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