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410515 - Unaccounted airmen - 15-5-1941What were the places of death registration for: AC2 George BELL - 1371428; AC2 Robert BLUNDELL - 1105907; AC2 Leslie A. LATTER - 1198793; Sgt (Pilot) John C.G. McGUFFIE - 952604, and F/Lt (Pilot) Hamilton C.S. VETCH - 34010. Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Hurricane I - P3221 - 56 OTU - crashed; no further details. Tiger Moth II - N9381 - 3 EFTS - flew into ground Watchfield. Tiger Moth II - T5846 - 14 EFTS - flew into ground 2 miles W of Kingsbury, Warwickshire. Anson I - N9817 - 3 (C)OTU - dived into ground near Chivenor (already as a casualty on this aircraft: Sgt Donald W. ROSE - 918435). Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 24th September 2008 10:51:53
410515 - Unaccounted airmen - 15-5-1941Hi Henk Dennis beat me to it again!! McGuffie, registered at Barnstaple could be right for N9817 and it is where Rose,22 is registered CWGC has a George Bell on the right date age 34, the nearest I could find was age 29 and registered at Wetherby, NE of Leeds in W Yorkshire.Buried in Scotland Vetch at Sutton Coldfield could have been on T5846, Kingsbury is not far away. Like Dennis, I couldn't find Blundell but CWGC shows him as buried near his parents home and he could have died in Scotland Regards Dick ....Read More.Dick on 24th September 2008 11:48:20
410505 - Unaccounted airmen - 5-5-1941Hi Henk, ORB confirms crew of Anson N9817 as Sgt Rose Sgt McGuffie also states that Sydney Pratt a civiilian mending the road was also fatally injured. Sorry brain fade date for above loss 15/05/41! No aircraft crash recorded on 5th or injuries. Regards Ross ....Read More.Ross_McNeill on 31st July 2011 06:41:05
AiB AVIA Class ReportsThis file is in better condition in the TNA. More files have photos and the extent of report is expanded from those previously in AVIA5/19 Far fewer mistakes in aircraft serial transcription AA759 Spitfire V 22/10/1941 W1129 AA801 Spitfire IV 29/10/1941 W1132 AB646 Oxford II 30/11/1941 W1149 AB693 Oxford II 20/09/1941 W1111 AH432 Havoc II 21/11/1941 W1143 AH582 Airacobra I ??/10/1941 W1125 AH847 Tomahawk Ia 20/10/1941 W1126 AH856 Tomahawk Ia 31/05/1941 W1031 AH888 Tomahawk Iia 30/04/1941 W1015 AH922 Tomahawk IIa 11/09/1941 W1105A AL562 Liberator II 23/11/1941 W1146 AM260 Liberator I 14/08/1941 W1089 AM261 Liberator I 10/08/1941 W1086a AM915 Liberator I 01/09/1941 W1100 AN522 Fortress I 22/06/1941 W1048 AN534 Fortress I 28/07/1941 W1072 AN536 Fortress I 09/01/1942 W1165 AP475 Oxford II 07/02/1942 W1177 AR671 Mohawk IV 30/01/1942 W1175 AW209 Beaufort I 29/07/1941 W1072a AW215 Beaufort I ??/06/1941 W1040 AW395 Havoc I 26/01/1942 W1171 AW850 Anson I 13/01/1942 W1169 BB912 Havoc I 22/04/1941 W1010 BD786 Hurricane Iib 30/08/1941 W1097 BJ494 Havoc I 29/09/1941 W1115 BL407 Spitfire V 24/12/1941 W1159 BL432 Spitfire V 14/02/1942 W1180 BL480 Spitfire V ??/01/1942 W1174 BL491 Spitfire V 08/03/1942 W1191 BL538 Spitfire V 09/03/1942 W1190 BL568 Spitfire V 10/01/1942 W1167 BT488 Hotspur II 19/12/1941 W1157 HM178 Argus I 15/03/1942 W1196 K5608 Shark II 24/02/1942 W1183 K6110 Tutor I 07/09/1941 W1103 L2887 Skua II 15/05/1941 W1023a L3152 Roc 30/07/1941 W1076a L3284 Henley I 03/06/1941 W1032 L4297 Wellington I 29/04/1941 W1013 L4575 Oxford I 05/05/1941 W1019 L4622 Oxford I 15/11/1941 W1139 L4636 Oxford I 25/10/1941 W1130 L4851 Blenheim IV 01/07/1941 W1055 L5964 Magister I 08/12/1941 W1152 L6195 Botha I 18/11/1941 W1140 L6396 Botha I 11/03/1942 W1194 L6449 Botha I 10/06/1941 W1038a L6750 Blenheim I 24/01/1942 W1173 L6845 Whirlwind P 11/06/1941 W1039 L7248 Lerwick I 21/10/1941 W1127 L7300 Manchester I 23/11/1941 W1144 L7310 Manchester I 21/06/1941 W1046 L7315 Manchester I 29/06/1941 W1053 L7318 Manchester I 15/09/1941 W1107 L7428 Manchester I 18/11/1941 W1141 L7863 Wellington Ic 06/01/1942 W1163 L8084 Magister I 25/06/1941 W1051 L8164 Magister I 11/12/1941 W1153 L9567 Halifax 14/09/1941 W1106a L9652 Oxford I 14/09/1941 W1005 L9935 Beaufort I 07/02/1942 W1178 N1474 Whitley V 17/06/1941 W1042 N3286 Spitfire I 15/08/1941 W1090 N3627 Blenheim IV 08/08/1941 W1086 N3935 Magister I 05/06/1941 W1034 N4563 Oxford I 04/05/1941 W1018 N5453 DH.82 Tiger Moth II 07/07/1941 W1058 N6019 Stirling I 08/05/1941 W1020 N6087 Stirling I 18/11/1941 W1142 N6431 Oxford II 30/01/1942 W1176 N6595 DH.82 Tiger Moth II 17/09/1941 W1108 N7574 Master I 25/09/1941 W1112b N7581 Master I 30/08/1941 W1098 N7704 Master I 07/06/1941 W1035 N7765 Master I 25/09/1941 W1113 N7927 Master I 14/05/1941 W1022 N7996 Master I 17/03/1942 W1199a N9318 DH.82 Tiger Moth II ??/06/1941 W1037 N9643 Anson I 22/04/1941 W1009 N9817 Anson I 15/05/1941 W1023 P1294 Hampden I 30/10/1941 W1133 P1368 Albemarle I 28/02/194 ....Read More.Ross_McNeill on 11th November 2011 11:47:59
Blackburn Dart N9811 'Coded' 61Hello, Wingspan (UK). January, 1996. (No.131) p.23. "Down in the drink" Photo caption reads: The pilot waits patiently for rescue after his Blackburn Dart (N9811) was forced-landed on the water, 26 June, 1929. (Notes: A/C has a shadow-shaded white? # "61" , on a light-coloured fuselage band). One of the other shots in the set - "73" This might help: Aeroplane Monthly. December, 1976. pp.652-3. Personal Album. Caption to photo number 3, reads: The caption 'Picking up Boozy's ship", tells us that the unfortunate pilot of the Blackburn Dart Torpedo-Bomber N9817 was none other than Lt Byas*, later to become CO of 803 Squadron aboard the "Hermes" and affectionately known as, 'Boozy' Byas. N9817 is recorded as having sunk in the Mediterranean in 1931 - presumably the incident depicted. (Notes - a/c has a light-coloured number "73" on the fuselage). * Later Cdr Cyril William BYAS RN (S/L, RAF) - [url][/url] Darts from either, No.463 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight, or No.464 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight/ HMS "Courageous". Col. ....Read More.COL BRUGGY on 2nd December 2016 09:35:21
Blackburn Dart N9811 'Coded' 61Col Other shot [url][/url] Paul ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 2nd December 2016 10:22:57
Blackburn Dart N9811 'Coded' 61Byas was attached to RAF until August 14 1931, so can only have been involved in N9817 incident, He looks to have re-joined Navy earlier FLIGHT, MAY 22, 1931 NAVAL APPOINTMENTS The following appointments were made by the Admiralty :— Lieutenants (F.IO., R.A.F.): C. W. Byas, R. A. Kilroy, H. D. Barlow, and C. A. Kingsley-Rowe, to Victory, for 402 Flight. He ditched Swift (Pobjoy K) G-ABNH off the Coast of South Africa in late Oct 1931 when he attempted to fly it "home". I suggest the incident the was around Summer 1931 ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 2nd December 2016 12:20:04
Blackburn Dart N9811 'Coded' 61Byes appears red herring. FAA Sqns 1920 1939 Air Britain which I only just had access to says N9811 463 Flt Courageous Cat W 26-6-29 Capt JM Fuller TN Picked up by boat from HMS Viceroy. Engine failure force landed and sunk Mediterranean N9817 464 Flt Courageous Seagull flew into propeller after take-off and crashed in sea of Greek coast Cat W 28.6.29, salved Lt (F/ORAF) NHM Nangle RN looks like a busy 2 days ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 3rd December 2016 04:03:36
Blackburn Dart N9811 'Coded' 61I wonder if N9817 was rebuilt and subsequently written off again in 1931 and that is why Byas linked? ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 3rd December 2016 10:36:36

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