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 Hampden I  P2100


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 19 Jul 42 Aircraft Name Hampden I Serial Number P2100
Unit 5 (C) OTU Operating Airfield Country
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Source Coastal Command and Fleet Air Arm Losses Forum Henk Welting's Database

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Hampden I P2100

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantWilliam Ernest Secundus RAYNER (1379510) Pilot Hampden I P2100  Forum Post 1942-07-195 (C) OTU United KingdomBrantham (St. Michael) Churchy

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53 Otu - 27-5-1942Sgt (Pilot) William E.S. RAYNER - 1379510, on Hampden P2100 of 5 (C)OTU. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 14th March 2008 02:00:33
July 1942Next batch 1. McMASTER, DONALD ALEXANDER (J/7899) RCAF - age 28 is shown in TSGNO as being killed on 9 Jun flying Kittyhawk, DV932 but this was a Wellington? 2. McCORMICK, TERENCE (590892) RAF - age Unknown was killed on 9 Jul with No 5 (C) OTU, who lost two aircraft that day, Hampden I, AE137 and P2100, which if any was he in? 3. On 20 Jul, 605 Sqn lost two aircraft in a collision Havoc I, BT462 and AX921, I have three possible crew: - TUSTAIN, ANTHONY NOEL HAILES (116763) RAF - age 20 BENNETT, RONALD JEFFREY (116401) RAFVR - age 24 McLURE, ANDREW CRAWFORD RANKIN (82167) RAFVR - age 24 Can anyone advise which were in which aircraft? 4. TURNER, CHARLES FREDERICK (40960) RAFO - age 27 was killed on 22 Jul in BW871 of No 126 Sqn RCAF, does anyone know the circumstances? 5. On 29 Jul No 268 SQn lost two Mustangs, AG413 and AG461, I suspect the pilots were: - BRADY, JAMES NICHOLAS (111253) RAFVR - age 26 PATTERSON, ROBERT MAWHINNEY (116890) RAFVR - age 24 but who wsa in which? All the best Malcolm ....Read More.malcolm_raf on 26th August 2010 12:19:26
July 1942Dear Malcolm "2. McCORMICK, TERENCE (590892) RAF - age Unknown was killed on 9 Jul with No 5 (C) OTU, who lost two aircraft that day, Hampden I, AE137 and P2100, which if any was he in?" Hampden File P2100 5OTU 19/7/42 Flew into a hill 2m SW of Maybole, Ayrshire. Sgt WE Rayner (K) Training AE137 50Sq 5-6/8/41 Missing, cause not known. Sgt DG Fothergill, Sgt SO Hirschfield, Sgt H Smith, Sgt A Davies. All buried Reichswald. Bombing Karlsruhe. Hampden & Hereford Crash Log P2100 5(C)OTU 19/7/42 Flew into steep hill in good visibility at 10.45 hrs and burnt, Mockrum Wood, 2m SW of Maybole, Ayrshire. Local flying One killed, Cat E AE137 5(C)OTU 9/7/42 Stalled and spun in at 11.07 hrs after engine failure, one mile east of Turnberry airfield. Local Flying training. One killed. Cat E Both entries for P2100 are on the 19th not the 9th. It looks like the Crash Log may have your man.... Hampden File is very different! Happy hunting James ....Read More.James Castle on 27th August 2010 05:44:09
Wellington VIII HX774Dear Col It looks like Mochrum Wood was a dangerous place. See Malcolm's thread on July 1942.... Hampden & Hereford Crash Log P2100 5(C)OTU 19/7/42 Flew into steep hill in good visibility at 10.45 hrs and burnt, Mockrum Wood, 2m SW of Maybole, Ayrshire. Local flying One killed, Cat E Best wishes James ....Read More.James Castle on 27th August 2010 12:45:42
RNZAF Flt/Srgt S.R.Greer Turnberry Scotland 1943Ken/Alex, There were two Hampden crashes on Mochrum Wood/ Mochrum Hill, P2100 on 19/7/42 and X3026 on 7/8/43 which confuses the locations somewhat. Back in the mid eighties my friend and I found wreckage at two different locations with the aid of the farmer at Mochrum Farm. First location of wreckage was just below the summit around the track on the South face which consisted of small pieces dug out by rabbit burrows, part of a bomb sight and some melted parts. Second location was in the woods next to a cattle trough at a spring on the south side and consisted of engine cowls and small airframe parts possible left by the recovery crews. Without part numbers for a clue it would be impossible to say which aircraft belongs to the wreckage. The crash at Balig farm was Beaufighter X8263 of 488 sqn which hit the hillside not long after takeoff on 7/8/43 . The crew were two Sgt.'s from Newzealand, D.G Masters(Nav) and R.C O'Gara (Pilot) both are buried at Knighton Cemetery, Radnorshire. From my files we located the crash site with the aid of the farmer from Balig and found some small parts on the hill above the farm. Greer and Lee were on Hampden X3026. PM me with 'e'mail address if you would like a map. Alan. ....Read More.AL90 on 28th July 2011 07:14:04
RNZAF Flt/Srgt S.R.Greer Turnberry Scotland 1943[quote=al90;65605]ken/alex, there were two hampden crashes on mochrum wood/ mochrum hill, p2100 on 19/7/42 and x3026 on 7/8/43 which confuses the locations somewhat. Back in the mid eighties my friend and i found wreckage at two different locations with the aid of the farmer at mochrum farm. First location of wreckage was just below the summit around the track on the south face which consisted of small pieces dug out by rabbit burrows, part of a bomb sight and some melted parts. Second location was in the woods next to a cattle trough at a spring on the south side and consisted of engine cowls and small airframe parts possible left by the recovery crews. Without part numbers for a clue it would be impossible to say which aircraft belongs to the wreckage. The crash at balig farm was beaufighter x8263 of 488 sqn which hit the hillside not long after takeoff on 7/8/43 . The crew were two sgt.'s from newzealand, d.g masters(nav) and r.c o'gara (pilot) both are buried at knighton cemetery, radnorshire. From my files we located the crash site with the aid of the farmer from balig and found some small parts on the hill above the farm. Greer and lee were on hampden x3026. Pm me with 'e'mail address if you would like a map. Alan.[/quote] hi thanks for that. Curiosity is getting thye better of me and i was wondering if you could tell me how dg masters and rc ogara came to be buried in wales rather than at dunure ??? ....Read More.ALEX on 29th July 2011 08:45:47
July 1942Hi Ross Thanks for confirming those two, I assume you meant P2100? Cheers Malcolm ....Read More.malcolm_raf on 19th August 2012 03:25:40
July 1942Oops typo, should read P2100 as suggested. Regards Ross ....Read More.Ross_McNeill on 19th August 2012 03:54:54
Coastal Command July 1942COASTAL COMMAND July 1942 1/. - Hampden I - 415 Sqn - AT235. 1/. - Hampden I - 415 Sqn - AT239. 3/. - Beaufort I - 217 Sqn - L9893. 3/. - Beaufort I - 217 Sqn - DD993. 3/. - Beaufort I - 22 Sqn - AW240. 4/. - Hudson III - 1404(Met) Flt - V9111. 5/. - Hudson II - 1(C)OTU - T9372. 8/. - Hudson - 1(C) OTU - N7277. 9/10. - Beaufort IIa - 5(C) OTU - DD874. 11/. - Battle I - 1(C) OTU - L5717. 11/. - Hudson I - 1(C) OTU - T9353. 11/. - Beaufighter VIc - 248 Sqn - T5142. 12/. - Mosquito PR.1 - 1 PRU - W4089. 12/. - Blenheim IV - 2(C) OTU - T1810. 12/. - Hampden TB.I - 489 Sqn - AT131. 13/. - Blenheim IV - 404 Sqn - K7120. 15/. - Wellington Ic - 3(C) OTU - W5619 ? 15/. - Hudson IIIa - 48 Sqn - FH378. 15/. - Catalina I - 119 Sqn - AH545. 16/. - Hampden TB.I - 455 Sqn RAAF - P2145 17/. - Beaufort I - 5(C) OTU - N1003. 18/. - Spitfire IV - 1PRU - BP921 19/. - Hampden I - 5(C)OTU - P2100. 20/. - Wellington Ic - 7(C) OTU - DV772. 20/. - Botha - 3 SGR - W5142. 21/. - Blenheim IV - 2(C)OTU - Z5723. 21/. - Beaufighter Ic - 235 Sqn - T4794. 21/. - Beaufighter VIc - 248 Sqn - X8090. 21/. - Hudson V - 608 Sqn - AM791. 21/. - Hudson III - 1404(Met) Flt - T9460. 22/. - Hampden I - 489 Sqn - P1219. 24/. - Hampden I - 5(C) OTU - P5313. 24/. - Beaufort IIa - 86 Sqn - AW308. 24/. - Beaufort IIa - 86 Sqn - AW355. 24/. - Beaufort IIa - 86 Sqn - AW356. 25/. - Beaufort IIa - 86 Sqn - AW274. 26/. - Sunderland I - 230 Sqn - L5806. 26/. - Beaufort I - 5(C)OTU - W6480. 26/. - Mosquito IV - 1401(Met) Flt - DK289. 27/. - Beaufighter VIC - 2(C)OTU - T5160 27/. - Mosquito PR.IV - 1(C) OTU - W4067. 28/. - Beaufort II - 86 Sqn - AW296. 28/. - Hudson V - 206 Sqn - AM805. 28/. - Beaufort I - 217 Sqn - L9820. 30/. - Spitfire PR.IV - 1PRU - AA800. 30/. - Spitfire IV - 1PRU - AB301. 30/. - Whitley VII - 502 Sqn - Z9192. 30/. - Hudson V - 407 Sqn - AM-860. 31/. - Hampden I - 415 Sqn - AD762. 31/. - Sunderland - 10Sqn RAAF - W3994. 31/. - Sunderland III - 201P2145.W4025. 31/. - Hudson III - 500 Sqn - FH375. ....Read More.Alex Smart on 24th August 2018 07:27:42


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