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Anson I N9821 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Anson I N9821

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Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/3364Leading Aircraftman T H Sturgis, Leading Aircraftman M A R Sutherland: killed; aircraft accident, Anson N9821, 6 Service Flying Training School, 20 September 1940.C16687462

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Anson I N9821

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Leading AircraftmanRobert Benjamin HIGH (967883) U/T Pilot Anson I N9821  AIR81/3363 1940-09-202 SFTS United KingdomMilford Haven Cemetery
SergeantToby Howard STURGIS (968378) Pilot Anson I N9821  AIR81/3364 1940-09-206 SFTS United KingdomGlynde Churchyard
Leading AircraftmanMalcolm Alan Robert SUTHERLAND (903457) U/T Pilot Anson I N9821  AIR81/3364 1940-09-206 SFTS United KingdomLittle Rissington (St. Peter)

Related Posts in RAF Commands Forum

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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 - 20-9-1940Oxford 1-P9039-2FTS -probably collided with anson N9821 and crashed near little Rissington already as casualty on P9039:LAC(Pilot u/t) Robert B HUGH-967883). This last detail is incorrect and the pilot was my brother and should read LAC U/t Pilot Robert B HIGH-967883. Regards Arthur High Details of the tragic accident. Avro Anson N9821 of No6 service flying Training School,based at RAF Little Rissington and Airspeed Oxford P9039 of No2 SFTS based at Brize Norton,collided in mid air at 14.30hrs on 20 September 1940, 3 Miles due South of Little Rissington aerodrome. The aircraft crashed in a field North of Great Barington .Sadly there were no survivors from either aircraft. My brother Lac u/t pilot Robert B HIGH. was the sole occupant of the Oxford P9039 and was on blindflying at the time. ....Read More.arthurhigh on 21st May 2011 05:38:14

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