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 Anson I  N4939


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 28 Jan 41 Aircraft Name Anson I Serial Number N4939
Unit 1 AONS Operating Airfield Country
Aircrew details
Details
Source Henk Welting's Database

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Anson I N4939

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Leading AircraftmanLeslie Hubert BELLRINGER (1164831) U/T Observer Anson I N4939  Forum Post 1941-02-041 AONS United KingdomTaunton (St. Mary's) Cemetery


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Related Posts in RAF Commands Forum

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410128 - Unaccounted airman - 28-1-1941What caused the death of and/or what was the place of death registration for: Sgt (Pilot) Basil R. COOKE - 580014 - killed on active service. Proposed aircraft loss: Anson I - N4939 - 1 AONS - flew into high ground 1 mile N of Goat Fell, Arran. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 29th July 2008 11:45:19
410204 - Unaccounted airmen - 4-2-1941Thanks Dick. Added some info to his name on the 'unaccounted list' and also a note to Anson serial N4939 (28-1-1941). Regards, Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 3rd August 2008 06:30:11
410204 - Unaccounted airmen - 4-2-1941Hello Dennis & Col, I had BELLRINGER (unknown source) on Anson N4939 of 1 AONS (Wigtown). Hit hill in bad visibility 28-1-1941 and crashed Am Binein 1 mile N of Goat Fell, Isle of Arran. Died 4-2-1941 of severely burns and shock in a hospital at Ayr/Heathfield. Have one's doubts now reading that he is registered 'doas'. Regards, Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 19th June 2009 06:00:43
Lost to the Isles - Accounts military aircraft losses around Scottish Isles 1914-41Thanks Denis/Pavel, Only just found your posts on here. Yes! Denis, here`s you go: CONTENTS Introduction 3 Acknowledgements 4 Islands map 5 Bat in the Flow - No.38 ...........................................Orkney 8 Carrier pilot pioneer - Sopwith Pup N6452 .......... Orkney 10 The loss of the SSP airships.................................... Westray 16 Strutter in Scapa A5990............................................ Orkney 23 Camel at Clestrain N6636......................................... Orkney 25 A Ripon off Portree S1560 ....................................... Skye 29 Elsner`s Baffin K4075 ...............................................Lady Isle 33 First on British soil - Ju88 Pegal Burn.................. Hoy 37 London`s burning L7042 ..........................................Shetland 43 Over the sea to Skye - Oxford L9644.....................Skye 46 The Stronsay Skua L2946......................................... Stronsay 50 Out of fuel - Out of luck - Walrus L2296 ............... Foula 56 Test flight tragedy - Blackburn B-20 V8914..........Bute 64 The Sumburgh Gladiators ........................................Shetland 68 Magister mishap R1832............................................ Shetland 74 The Lismore Sunderland P9602................................Lismore 76 Not such a happy landing- Sunderland P9621........Colonsay 85 Stringbag in Quendale Bay L2794............................Shetland 97 Christmas Day raider - Ju88 at Sandwick..............Orkney 100 Weather Willie`s last flight He.111 2645...................Fair Isle 108 Epic salvage - Sunderland T9049............................ Unst 115 A bird with broken wings - Anson N4939...............Arran 121 Butt of Lewis Whitley T4276...................................... Lewis 126 Junkers off Westray Ju88 0683.................................Westray 131 The high Island Hudson N7310..................................Hoy 135 Lady Isle Beauforts L9814 & N1184..........................Lady Isle 143 A raider in the Voe - Bf 110-E-2 Wr.3774.................Shetland 147 Epic recovery of ....Read More.highgroundsman on 10th January 2014 09:14:27


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