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Flight Sergeant Daniel Archibald BRAND (R/119996) of the Royal Canadian Air Force

Pilot

Circumstances of Death: Lost in aircraft Beaufort I L9828
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Death of Death 1943-01-20

Served in 5 (C) OTU

Burial/Commemoration Details : Glenalina Extn. Sec. A.S. Grave 7. at Belfast City Cemetery, United Kingdom (Map)

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Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Aircraft Name: Beaufort I L9828 Date of Crash: 20 Jan 43 Unit 5 (C) OTU Airfield /Crash Location , United Kingdom
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Source Coastal Command and Fleet Air Arm Losses Forum Henk Welting's Database
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Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
Flight SergeantDaniel Archibald BRAND (R/119996) Pilot Beaufort I L9828  Forum Post  Forum Post 1943-01-205 (C) OTU United KingdomBelfast City Cemetery
Warrant OfficerRonald Joseph BUCKMASTER (904587) Pilot Beaufort I L9828  Ext Link 1943-01-20 5 (C) OTU United KingdomBarnwood (St. Lawrence) Church

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20 Jan 1943 19430120Malcolm, Ross, I've Sgt E. PHILIPS - 1294788 and Sgt A. CROFTON - 656582 both safe on 235 Sqn T5282. On 2 (C)OTU T5299 I've as casualties Sgt K. PLUMTREE - 1148810 and Sgt V.R. DAY - 1318791. I've W/O BUCKMASTER - 904587 and F/Sgt D.A. BRAND - RCAF R/119996 as casualties on 5 (C)OTU Beaufort L9828; F/Sgt LEWTON as a survivor. Perhaps Ross may confirm these CC losses. Regards, Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 20th November 2011 11:26:00
20 Jan 1943 19430120"W/O BUCKMASTER - 904587 and F/Sgt D.A. BRAND - RCAF R/119996 as casualties on 5 (C)OTU Beaufort L9828" Does anyone know when BUCKMASTER joined 5(C) OTU and what unit he served with previously? Best Regards Andy Fletcher ....Read More.Andy Fletcher on 6th December 2011 08:13:21
1943 Unaccounted Airmen Database ReconciliationJagan A start on the Canadian casualties: Flight Sergeant Daniel Archibald [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=57995"]BRAND[/URL] (R/119996) - Nothing in his R.C.A.F Service File apart from 'killed during air ops' but Henk had him in Beaufort L9828: [url]http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/showthread.php?11978-20-Jan-1943-19430120[/url] Leading Aircraftwoman Olive Goddard [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=118945"]WALSH[/URL] (W/301792) - her RCAF service file records that she died at Deer Lodge Hospital, Winnipeg due to carcinoma of the breast. Aircraftman 2nd Class Walter Francis [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=99693"]O'CONNELL[/URL] (R/135869) - his RCAF service file records that he died after being discharged as physically unfit for duty. He had been in Christie Street Hospital, Toronto being treated for sarcomatosis of the left loin, having been admitted on October 8th 1942 suffering from influenza. He was disharged from hospital on January 22nd 1943, and the record states "this man's relatives have been warned that transferring him from the hospital may be fatal. They were told in November that the outlook in his case was hopeless...in spite of the warning, this boy's people are determined to take him home and he was discharged today [22.1.43]." The Canada War Graves Register (Circumstances of Death) records that he died at Babylon, New York, due to general Carcinomatosis, death due to service. Corporal Joseph Ernest Gabriel [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=92637"]MARTEL[/URL] (R/96673) - his RCAF service file records that he died post-discharge, having been discharged on medical grounds. No further details. CorporalLionel [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=76803"]GREGORY-ALLEN[/URL] (R/87988) - his RCAF service file records that he died post-discharge, having been discharged on medical grounds. The Canada War Graves Register (Circumstances of Death) records that he died at Shaughnessy Hospital, Vancouver due to chronic tonsillitis and coronary thrombosis. Death was due to service. Leading Aircraftman Harvey Franklin [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=88832"]LAWRENCE[/URL] (R/109424) - his RCAF service file includes a death certificate which records that he died at Colonel Belcher Hospital, Calgary, death being due to haemorrhage and sarcoma, right maxilla. Aircraftman 2nd Class Arnold Leo [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=73901"]GALENZOSKI[/URL] (R/167756) - his RCAF service file records that he died post-discharge, after being discharged as physically unfit for duty. The Canada War Graves Register (Circumstances of Death) records that he died at Christie Street Hospital, Toronto due to acute myocarditis and pericarditis. Death due to service. Leading Aircraftwoman Isabel Luella [URL="http://www.rafcommands. ....Read More.wwrsimon on 17th April 2020 06:18:40

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