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 Hampden I  P1332


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 04 Feb 41 Aircraft Name Hampden I Serial Number P1332
Unit 16 OTU Operating Airfield Country
Aircrew details
Details
Source Henk Welting's Database

National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/4996Pilot Officer A Smith, Sergeant E L Clayton, Sergeant H M Pattinson, Sergeant A Cunningham: killed; aircraft accident, Hampden P1332, 16 Operational Training Unit, 4 February 1941. Note: Related files: 4952, 4956C16689094

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Hampden I P1332

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantLeslie Ernest CLAYTON (745519) Pilot Hampden I P1332  AIR81/4996 1941-02-0416 OTU United KingdomLongstanton (All Saints) Churc
SergeantAndrew Hannay (Drew) CUNNINGHAM (970664) U/T Wireless Op./Mechanic Hampden I P1332  AIR81/4996 1941-02-0416 OTU United KingdomCrail Cemetery
SergeantHarry Matthew PATTINSON (651853) U/T Wireless Op./Air Gunn Hampden I P1332  AIR81/4996 1941-02-0416 OTU United KingdomBeltingham (St. Cuthbert) New
Pilot OfficerArthur SMITH (84307) Pilot Hampden I P1332  AIR81/4996 1941-02-0416 OTU United KingdomDoncaster (Rose Hill) Cemetery


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Sgt Andrew Hannay Cunningham, 97066416 OTU Hampden P1332 Hit ground in snowstorm, Conington, Hunts 4/2/41 (Hampden File) Crew: P/O A. Smith, Sgt. E.L. Clouston, Sgt. H.M. Pattinson ....Read More.John Larder on 30th November 2008 04:08:54
Sergeant Leslie Ernest Clayton - died on 25/8/41James, From Chorley OTU losses Hampden P1332, took off from Upper Heyford for cross country excercise, flew into heavy snow showers. Forced beneath cloud base, the starboard wing hit the ground while banking steeply near the village of Conington at approx 11.30. All on board killed. P/O A. Smith. Sgt L.E. Clayton. Sgt A.H. Cunnungham. Sgt H.M. Pattinson. ....Read More.AlanW on 8th January 2011 08:59:42


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