|400920 - Unaccounted airmen - 20-9-1940||What 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 - 20-9-1940||Henk
In Group A
Morrison at Bourne, probably with the 12 FTS Anson N5318
Murphy at Pancras
All three at Pancras
Cantwell at Pancras
Jenkinson at Bourne (also on the Anson?)
Merrill is not listed in England Wales or Scotland.
DaveW ....Read More.||davew on 28th March 2008 01:03:31|
|400920 - Unaccounted airmen - 20-9-1940||Was 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).
Henk. ....Read More.||Henk Welting on 29th March 2008 08:36:50|