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National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/3359Sergeant F S Jenkinson, Leading Aircraftman D Morrison: killed; aircraft accident, Anson N5318, 12 Service Flying Training School, 20 September 1940.C16687457

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Anson I N5318

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantFrederick Sidney JENKINSON (565394) Pilot Anson I N5318  AIR81/3359 1940-09-2012 SFTS United KingdomGrantham Cemetery
Leading AircraftmanDaniel MORRISON (968334) Pilot Anson I N5318  AIR81/3359 1940-09-2012 SFTS United KingdomDeane (St. Mary) Churchyard

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400920 - Unaccounted airmen - 20-9-1940What caused the death of and/or what were the places of death registration for: A - Killed on active service: AC2 Ernest J.W. BOND - 846519 - 4 BC/909 Sqn Eastham LAC (Pilot) Daniel MORRISON - 968334 Sgt Neville Murphy - 905357 ac1 Abraham MYERS - 1161139 - 4 BC/909 Sqn Eastham AC2 Ronald PYCROFT - 940529 AC1 Walter E. WEBB - 846574 - 4 BC/909 Sqn Eastham B - Died of wounds or injuries received on active service: Cpl Ronald BRODLEY - 567215 Sgt (WOp/Ag u/t) Frederick C. GOSS - 903781 Sgt (Obs) Cyril HENDERSON - 901353 - buried Benson (St.Helen) Churchyard Ext./Oxfordshire (UK2963) C - Not listed Flight Global archives: Sgt (WOp/Obs u/t) Nicholas W. CANTWELL - 581320 - buried same churchyard as Sgt Henderson mentioned under 'B'. Sgt (Pilot) Frederick S. JENKINSON - 565394. F/Sgt George MERRILL - 523089 It's known that the Luftwaffe attacked London and aerodromes Biggin Hill, Kenley, Hornchurch and Heston (6 killed on Heston). Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Anson I - N5318 - 12 FTS - involved in a collission but location unknown. Anson I - N9821 - 6 FTS - probably collided with Oxford P9039 and crashed 3 miles S of Little Rissington (already as casualties on N9821: Sgt T.H. Sturgis - 968378 and LAC [Pilot u/t] Malcolm A.R. SUTHERLAND - 903457) Master I - N7987 - 55 OTU - broke up in air over Cherrington, Shropshire (already as casualty on N7987: P/O J.F. Stepien - PAF P.0531) Oxford I - P9039 - 2 FTS - probably collided with Anson N9821 and crashed near Little Rissington (already as casualty on P9039: LAC [Pilot u/t] Robert B. HUGH - 967883). Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 28th March 2008 11:02:39
400920 - Unaccounted airmen - 20-9-1940Henk In Group A Morrison at Bourne, probably with the 12 FTS Anson N5318 Murphy at Pancras Group B All three at Pancras Group C Cantwell at Pancras Jenkinson at Bourne (also on the Anson?) Merrill is not listed in England Wales or Scotland. regards DaveW ....Read More.davew on 28th March 2008 01:03:31
400920 - Unaccounted airmen - 20-9-1940Was 12 FTS at that time based at Spittlegate (Grantham) in Lincolnshire ? What county was Bourne, the place of death registration for Jenkinson and Morrison ? AB Serials for N5318: Hit by Battle P6765 and crashed. (P6765 also was 12 FTS, survived, went to 1 FTS and SOC 23-8-1944). Regards, Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 29th March 2008 08:36:50


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