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Master I N9010 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Master I N9010

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Master I N9010

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Leading AircraftmanJoseph Ronald STEPHENS (1312334) U/T Pilot Master I N9010  Forum Post 1941-11-188 FTS United KingdomNewnham On Severn (St. Peter)

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411118 - Unaccounted airmen - 18-11-1941What were the places of death registration for: A - Died on active service: F/O James A. CUNNINGHAM - 69220, and W/O Thomas WEBB - 349130. B - Killed on active service: AC1 (WOp) William C. ELLIS - 1263000 - age 32, and AC2 (WOp) George W. KING - 1385285. C - Not found Flight archives: Sgt (Pilot) Dennis C.A. CARTER - 655143; LAC Ciaran A. CLARKE - 1377847 - buried Little Bray (St.Peter's) Cath. Cemetery, Dublin, Irish Republic. Sgt (Pilot) Walter F.G. HOBBY - 748138; LAC (Obs) Robert C. SHARP - 1166717; AC1 James SILCOCK - 1078931, and LAC (Pilot u/t) Joseph R. STEPHENS - 1312334. D - Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Blenheim I - L1353 - 51 OTU - crashed on take-off at night Salford, Buckinghamshire. Botha I - L6195 - 4 AOS - crashed on take-off Galdenoch Farm, West Freugh, Wigtownshire. Master I - N9010 - 8 FTS - dived into ground at night Midmans Farm, Friockheim, Angusshire. Oxford I - V4157 - 14 FTS - abandoned 3 miles E of Lyneham, Wiltshire. Oxford I - X6659 - RAFC - crashed on approach Fulbeck, Lincolnshire. Oxford II - P1847 - 2 CFS - crashed on overshoot Dalcross (already as a casualty on this aircraft: Sgt R. CALLABY - 1204568). Spitfire I - R7058 - 57 OTU - crashed in forced landing Belton Farm, Whitchurch, Shropshire. Tutor I - K3454 - 2 CFS - flew into ground 3 miles E of Southam RLG. Wellington IC - R1278 - 3 (C)OTU - crashed on overshoot Skellingthorpe, Lincolnshire. Oxford I - AT730 - 14 FTS - flew into high ground at night Bradenstoke, 1 mile W of Lyneham, Wiltshire. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 26th January 2009 12:13:48
411118 - Unaccounted airmen - 18-11-1941Hi Henk Sharp Clarke and Hobby are all listed on GRO as being with 4 AOS so I've got them with Botha L6195. Callaby is registered in Petty and Carter is buried there so I suspect then were both in P1847. I've pencilled Stephens into Master N9010 Malcolm ....Read More.malcolm_raf on 26th January 2009 02:07:09
411118 - Unaccounted airmen - 18-11-1941Here are the relevant ORB I have copies for Botha L6195 and Master N9010, it removes six from your list. No.4 AOS November 18th 1941, “Botha L6195 crashed at East Galdenoch Farm on Stranraer, Dunraggit Road. Five airmen killed. Sgt Pilot W.F. Hobby 748138, LAC Sharp R.G. 1166717, LAC Clarke C.A. 1377842, AC2 Ellis W.C. 1263000, AC2 King J. 1182816.” No.8 FTS November 18th 1941, “1312334 LAC (Cadet) Stephens, J.R. killed in Master N9010, whilst night flying. Machine crashed 2 1.2 miles south of Brechin. Accident investigated by S/Ldr Kinnear on 22/11/41.” ....Read More.alclark on 26th January 2009 08:15:38

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