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 Blenheim IV P4842


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash  27 Feb 40 Aircraft Name  Blenheim IV Serial Number  P4842
Unit  82 Sqdn Operating Airfield   Country  Sea
Aircrew details
Details 
Source Henk Welting's Database

National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/95Aircraftman 1st Class S N Middleton, Sergeant T S Weightman and Flying Officer J C H Blake: missing presumed dead; Blenheim P4842 failed to return from air operations, 27 February 1940.C14141917

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Blenheim IV P4842

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Flying OfficerJohn Christopher Howell BLAKE (39196) Pilot Blenheim IV P4842  AIR81/95 1940-02-2782 Sqdn AIR27 GermanySage War Cemetery
Aircraftman 1st ClassSamuel Newton MIDDLETON (611040) Blenheim IV P4842  AIR81/95 1940-02-2782 Sqdn AIR27 United KingdomRunnymede Memorial
SergeantThomas Sinclair WEIGHTMAN (564455) Blenheim IV P4842  AIR81/95 1940-02-2782 Sqdn AIR27 United KingdomRunnymede Memorial


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Related Posts in RAF Commands Forum

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Loss of Bleheim P4842 17 february 1940Greetings, About 12 years ago I was working on a project relating to the loss of F/O. John Christopher Howell BLAKE 39196 RAF Pilot of Blenheim IV P4842 UX-? OF No. 82 Squadron lost on a reconnaissance of the Elbe estuary 27 February 1940. I have the information from Chorley’s Bomber Command Losses 1940 and the Sage War Cemetery Register in which his family is not mentioned. I do not have Chorley’s biog’s that may give me some answers. I would be pleased if anyone can enlighten me on anything about this loss, his family or anything appertaining to Blake. His father was a director at Cierva autogiro Co. The reason is I use to know this pilot when I was about nine or ten years old (1935-36) as he was my father’s apprentice at Hawker Aircraft Ltd in Canbury Park Road, Kingston-upon-Thames. He took me for a ride in his Bentley down the Kingston By Pass at 72 mph, fast for those days. If anyone has anything that would assist I would appreciate it very much as this project is rather a personal one I embarked on. Cheers, Digger. ....Read More.Arthur Arculus on 25th October 2008 10:16:01


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