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Pupil Pilot John Whitford HADLEY () of the Royal Air Force


Circumstances of Death: Died from injuries sustained when their car struck the rear of a lorry by misadventure in darkness were returned at the returned at the Yatesbury, near Calne
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Death of Death 1939-09-05 Age : 19 years.

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Burial/Commemoration Details : Joint grave 163. at Calne (Holy Trinity) Churchyar, United Kingdom (Map)

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Awards, 2 June 1943The following is a list of some 320 citations which did not appear in the London Gazette but were associated with the Birthday Honours List of 2 June 1943. They include 54 AFC awards, three Bars to the AFC, 12 AFMs, nine ARRCs, 54 BEMs, six CBEs, 17 Commendations, 64 MBEs, 64 Mentions in Despatches, 41 OBEs and two awards of the RRC. While far from complete (the CBE and MiD awards are fragmentary) these may interest some readers who may get the texts from me at hughhall@allstream.net. My public thanks to Steve Brew and Erroll Martyn who have contributed greatly to this lcompilation. ABBOTT, Harry Percy, Warrant Officer - MBE - 430602 - 3 Sqn - RAF ADAMS, Harold, SL - OBE - 430602 - Bomber Command HQ - RAFVR AFFLECK, John Robert Clark, FS - AFM - 430602 - 24 OTU - RAF AGUTTER, James Francis, Flight Sergeant - BEM - 430602 - 8 AGS - RAF ANNAN, Stewart Hutchinson, SL - MiD - 430602 - 20 OTU - RAFVR APPLETON, James Ronald, SL - AFC - 430602 - TFU Defford - RAF Can ARCHER, Ernest Leonard, SL - AFC - 430602 - 1526 BAT Flight - RAF ARMSTRONG, Rodney Irvine, FL - MiD - 430602 - 1482 Flight - RAF BADCOCK, Edgar Clifford Graham, SL - OBE - 430602 - 211 Group, Mid East - RAFVR BAKER, Francis George, Flight Sergeant - Comm - 430602 - 3 (O) AFU - RAFVR BAKER, Raymond Alfred, FS - AFM - 430602 - 15 OTU - RAF BAKER, George Robert Charles, WC - OBE - 430602 - Air Ministry - RAF BALLETT, Wm Alfred, FL - MBE - 430602 - Stn Swanton M - RAF BANNON, Patrick Mathew, Sergeant - BEM - 430602 - 3201 Servicing Echelon - RAFAux BARTLETT, Geoffrey Cecil Clements, WC - AFC - 430602 - 59 Sqn - RAF BATTY, Reginald Henry, GC - MiD - 430602 - Middle East Met - RAF BAX, Alfred Victor, WC, AFM - Comm - 430602 - AOS - RAF BENNETT, Alan Wilfred, FL - MBE - 430602 - 1 Overseas Aircraft DU - RAFVR BIRCH, Francis Leslie, FL - MBE - 430602 - Staff Pilots Training Unit - RAFVR BIRD, Dennis, Corporal - BEM - 430602 - 106 Sqn - RAF BISHOP, Herbert Frank, SL, AFC - OBE - 430602 - 2 EFTS India - RAF BLACKBURN, Joseph Carlyle, AC2 - BEM - 430602 - Luqa - RAF BLAKE, Gilbert Lawrence, SL - Comm - 430602 - Western Zoyland - RAF BLENNERHASSETT, Richard Markby, FL, AFC - Comm - 430602 - 24 Sqn - RAF BONNAR, Norman John, FO - AFC - 430602 - Benson - RAFVR BOTTOMS, Francis, FL - MBE - 430602 - Sea Rescue Mid-East - RAF BOYER, James, FL - MBE - 430602 - Bodorgan, Stn - RAF BRADSHAW, Norman William, FL - MiD - 430602 - 101 Met Unit - RAFVR BREACH, Frank Harold, FO - MBE - 430602 - 272 Sqn - RAF BRECKON, Ivan Oswald, FL - MiD - 430602 - 23 OTU - RNZAF BRERETON, William, SL, MBE - AFC - 430602 - Air Landing School India - RAF BROWNE, Jessie Katharine Annie, Acting Senior Sister - ARRC - 430602 - Henlow Hospital - RAF BROWNE, Stanley Frank, FL - MBE - 430602 - 13 Maintenance Unit - RAF BROWNING, Norman Edgar, FL - MBE - 430602 - Air Training Corps - RAFVR BUCKINGHAM, CW, FL - MBE - 430602 - 103 Sqn - RAF BUCKLEY, Ethel Maude, Acting Matron - A ....Read More.HughAHalliday on 1st March 2008 09:41:07
Don Mason DSO with bar, DFCThank you for all your help. From the Black Country Bugle, "Then, on April 10th, Don and his crew had their closest encounter with death yet. Returning from a bombing raid on Berlin, an object, later identified as part of a Wellington bomber, dropped on to the rear end of the Stirling, severely damaging the starboard elevator, rudder and fin. Fighting with the controls, Don couldn't steer the aircraft in a straight line as it veered in a great circle to starboard. An S.O.S. was transmitted and eventually the Stirling was ditched in the sea approximately 140 miles west of Heligoland, where the crew remained in their lifeboat for 58 hours before air sea rescue picked them up. All the men were exhausted and suffering from hypothermia, and Bill <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> the navigator sustained a broken femur after the plane hit the water. " Could there be a record of this aircraft loss on 10/04/1941? ....Read More.Northwings on 1st December 2008 03:00:23
Aircraft US POW crash in BelgiumABMC database gives Haerle, Carnavale and panagakos death as 18 May 1945. Buried Ardennes American Cemetery Neupre, Belgium ABMC spell name as Haerle. The following RAF 161 Sqn men are buried in Brussels Town cemetery F/Lt RC Hawkins (Pilot) F/O M. Watson (Nav) F/O EF Clemens (W/Op) Sgt EA Cox F/O E <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> (Air gnr) LAC A Appleyard Flight magazine February 21st 1946 includes: Royal Air Force KILLED IN ACTION.&#8212;L.A/C. A. Appleyard; F/O. E. F. Clemens; Sgt. E. A. Cox; F/O. E. Hartley; Act. Fit. Lt. R. C. Hawkins, D.P.M.; Sgt C. W. Knight; Fit. Lt. J. A. Round, D.F.C.; F/O. M. Watson, U.F.M. This site: http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Bedfordshire/TempsfordAircrewLost1945.html Says they died on Hudson <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=AE505">AE505</a> after a heavy landing, can't imagine a lot of passengers being carried in a Hudson? And this site associates a number of US casulties with the same incident: http://www.7tharmddiv.org/eto-unks.htm Oscar Price, Francisco Sanchez, Ernest Nevins, Billy Murrey, Nathan Williams, ....Read More.dennis_burke on 8th October 2009 07:36:46
Aircraft US POW crash in BelgiumCummings (The Price of Peace) lists 19 names for those onboard the aircraft, but twenty in the first line of the entry and in the narrative states 14 US personnel. F/Lt R.C. Hawkins DFM, Pilot F/O M. Watson DFM, Nav F/O E.F. Clemens, WO F/O E. <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span>, AG Sgt E.A. Cox LAC A. Appleyard S/Sgt R.W. Gohl S/Sgt J.E. Haerle S/Sgt E.J. Murray S/Sgt F.K. Pescia S/Sgt F.D. Sanchez Sgt W.L. Panagakos Pvt F.G. Milton Pvt L.V.C. Carvanah Pvt P. Cirelli Pvt E.H. Nevens Pvt O.N. Price Pvt N.O. Williams T/Sgt E.J. Osep (looks like a possible mis-spelling of Joseph) ....Read More.alclark on 11th October 2009 10:06:47
Big Mystery Polish 'Karubin' 303sqnI was basing this upon the copy I made of the Combat report which says: 'Sgt Karubin is in Pembury hospital. He claims to have shot down one <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=HE111">HE111</a> (NB. He was behind SL Kellett & probably used the same tactics and suffered much the same fate.)' I find your comments interesting. However I cannot see clearly who wrote this; on behalf of the hospitalised Karubin (Kent & Sussex hosp). Maybe '<span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span>???' or something. My photo & the original is just not clear! I can see there is a suggestion of resentment even in this comment. However historians I know are very often all too keen these days especially to confront the 'dogma' by making more sense of things like inferences on reports than actually was meant. Is this the perspective of someone (A Historian) trying to make something out of nothing Franek?? Books dont read well or sell well without 'intrigue'. Mostly what Ive read says Aussie SL Kellett was well respected by his (Polish) pilots. Dave ....Read More.david cullen on 15th January 2010 08:51:28
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Fly Off Bryan Graham 65 sqnHi, On the Air of Authority website it has Fly Off Bryan Graham (40341) 65 Sqn as losing his life on 25th November 1939. I have Gladiator <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=K8012">K8012</a> as being lost on this day. The aircraft was part of the Station Flight at Northolt. It spun and broke up in the air, <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> Common, Middlesex. Now from what I can gather 65 Sqn was based at Northolt from Oct '39 to Mar '40. Can I put 2 and 2 together and come up with Fly Off Graham as being the pilot of the Gladiator? Or are these two incidents unrelated? I know that the squadron was flying Spitfires at this time but could Fly Off Graham have taken the Station Flight Glad up for a spin? Alex ....Read More.Alex Crawford on 20th September 2010 06:06:06
Fly Off Bryan Graham 65 sqnHis death is registered in Barnet District, Middlesex. Age 26 http://www.ukbmd.org.uk/genuki/reg/districts/barnet.html There is a place called <span style="background:yellow">hadley</span> listed in that district. ....Read More.dennis_burke on 21st September 2010 03:01:47
Fly Off Bryan Graham 65 sqnHi Alex, I've been waiting for you know who to report in. He must be busy. Sat 25 Nov 1939 FIGHTER COMMAND Cloud reconnaissance. Station Flight Northolt, RAF (Northolt, Middlesex - 11 Group) Gladiator I <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=K8012">K8012</a> - wings broke off after entering a spin over <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> Common, causing it to crash near Barnet. The pilot is buried at Northwood, 5 miles NW of Northolt. Ice was considered to have been a factor leading to loss of control and the accident. Pilot: 40341 Plt Off Bryan GRAHAM, RAF - Age 26. 343hrs. Graham was serving with 65 Sqn, also at Northolt, at the time. He may have been rostered for the weather test flight in the Station Flight aircraft as an additional duty. See: For Your Tomorrow:A Record of New Zealanders who have Died while serving with the RNZAF and Allied Air Services since 1915. Volume One: Fates 1915 - 1942. Martyn,Errol W. Christchurch:Volplane Press,1998. p.74 Amendments to Volumes One & Two. Volume One. p.74. GRAHAM, B - crashed at 1610. Court of Inquiry records aircraft as seen at about 1000 feet, engine back-firing and smoke coming from tail, then disappearing into cloud, climbing slightly, when two loud bangs were heard and it reappeared descending steeply streaming black smoke. Several objects fell from it as it spiralled down to the ground. The wings were found several hundred yards away from the fuselage. The Court considered that ice formation may have been a contributing cause. See: FYT3/p.546 (p.214 has a biography of Graham). Col. ....Read More.COL BRUGGY on 21st September 2010 04:36:49
430620 - Unaccounted airmen - 20-6-1943Correct sorry, I made sure to doubel check the two 1943 deaths of John <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span>'s and still wrote down the wrong one!! John E A Hagley 1943 Bristol Gloucestershire John W E Hagley 1943 Bury Lancashire ....Read More.dennis_burke on 22nd September 2010 12:51:55
Identities Ventura aircrew 1942-1943 21 SquadronDear all, I'm looking for the full names and identity/service numbers of the next aircrew of 21 Squadron: Pilots Sgt L. L. G. Jones F/Sgt C. E. Rutherford Navigator/bomber aimers Sgt L. M. Bentley F/Sgt R. Robinson Sgt Ronald S. Thompson Wireless operators/air gunners Sgt N. R. Cornwell Sgt T. J. Cross Sgt E. T. Donovan Sgt R. J. Eustace Sgt B. Gaunt Sgt E. R. Goddard Sgt E. <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> Sgt G. W. Hewitt Sgt G. J. Lambshine Sgt William R. Legge Sgt F. D. Long Sgt J. K. Loudon Sgt J. K. McConnell Sgt T. W. McErcheron(?) Sgt E. W. Payton F/O D. G. Pearson P/O E. C. Shaffer F/Sgt E. E. Stephens Sgt J. L. Weston Sgt W. Williams I've already checked the CWGC records and London Gazette. Of course I don't expect that someone has all requested info on file, I would be glad if just only a couple of details could be added. Thanks in advance for your effort, Hans Nauta ....Read More.Hans Nauta on 8th January 2011 09:54:57
Skua L2876 June 5, 1938Paul, Your man most likely: FAA Attack on "Konigsberg" (10-4-1940). Order of Battle: No.800 Squadron. Yellow 3: P/O Amn J <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span>/Ldg Amn M Hall. See: Dive Bomber:An Illustrated history. Smith,Peter C. Ashbourne:Moorland Publishing,1982. p.123 and... 26-4-1940. Although Filmer (Lt C H Filmer, of No.803 Sqn), had been brought down by fire from the I./KG26 aircraft, the only claim submitted was by 5./KG54, a gunner of this unit claiming one Skua shot down. This may have resulted from a combat during the mid-afternoon period, when three 800 Squadron Skuas attacked one of two He111s which were bombing HMS "Flamingo". No obvious effects of this attack were seen, but return fire wounded Pty Off J <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> in 6C. See: Fledgling Eagles. Shores,C et al. London:Grub Street,1991. p.292 Col. ....Read More.COL BRUGGY on 22nd October 2012 11:22:55
Skua L2876 June 5, 1938Yes highly likely to be Petty Officer Airman J <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> All I need now is his full details - This is NOT in Irvin 1940 Caterpillar List ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 22nd October 2012 12:05:00
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Monday 5 June 1939, Gloucestershire Echo Report "AIRMAN'S PARACHUTE ESCAPE"All I have the following report from Monday 5 June 1939, in the Gloucestershire Echo "AIRMAN'S PARACHUTE ESCAPE ,single-seater R.A.F. aeroplane dived into a field near the main Basingstoke-Winchester road Popham, six miles from Basingstoke to-day, and then bounced towards the road. The pilot descended by parachute and was unhurt. " Can anyone ID this incident? I only have 1 baleout for June 5, 1939 Petty Officer Airman Jack <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> in Skua <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=L2876">L2876</a> over North Waltham, Norfolk on this date but obviously not . It could be 4th June I suppose Many thanks Paul ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 2nd January 2013 09:29:53
Book release; "Pancakes and Prangs: Twentieth-Century Aircraft Crashes in Shropshire"Dear all, I'm pleased to announce the release of my book on the history of aircraft crashes in my native county of Shropshire, "Pancakes and Prangs: Twentieth-Century Military Aircraft Crashes in Shropshire". The hardback book, which runs to 304 pages recording 700 aircraft crashes and illustrated with nearly 300 photos, retails at 25 and is published by Bridge Books of Wrexham. The book is available on various online stores (amazon etc), via the publisher (Bridge Books), the RAF Museum shops at Hendon and Cosford, or direct from myself. For those that wish to order direct from myself, I can offer signed (should you wish) copies at 25 + free postage. Please email me at tomthorne83ATyahooDOTcoDOTuk (replacing the AT's and DOT's with the appropriate) to arrange payment (via cash, cheque, paypal or online transfer) and delivery. For further information on the book, please read the bumf at http://bridgebooks.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=154 Regards, Tom (Thomas Thorne) Ps. For those that wish to know of the men (and women) included in the book, please see the following link: http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/showthread.php?3670-Shropshire-s-casualties-and-aircraft-crashes Also, for those that wish to know the index of airfields that are mentioned in the book, along with the index of Shropshire villages where plane crashes occurred, I shall copy the index below. Crash site index Ackleton, 277 Acton Burnell, 64, 86, 128, 220, 228 Acton Lea (near Shawbury), 46, 87 Adderley, 152, 158, 230, 284 Admaston, 81 Albrighton (near Cosford), 71, 239, 261, 263, 277 Alcaston, 174 Alkington, 101, 213, 264 Allscott, 73, 115 All Stretton, 128 Alveley, 85, 148, 153, 204 Ashford Carbonell, 226 Ash Magna, 96, 167, 209, 247, 269, 284 Asterley, 232 Aston, 188, 189, 195 Aston on Clun, 166 Atcham airfield, 89, 95, 112, 157, 170, 183, 205, 221, 224, 259, 269 Atcham village, 144, 259 Baggy Moor, 229, 263, 264 Bagley/Bagley Marsh, 117, 133, 229 Baschurch, 38, 40, 53, 61, 114, 174, 217, 218 Battlefield, 67, 173, 191 Bayston Hill, 60, 77, 242 Beckbury, 148 Bedstone, 183 Bettisfield, 37 Betton Strange, 77, 240 Billingsley, 51, 163 Bings Heath, 167 Bishops Castle, 62, 160 Bletchley, 35, 62, 66, 73, 91, 173, 278, 280, 283 Bobbington, 128, 178 Bolas Heath (see Great Bolas) Bomere Heath, 82, 120, 148, 151, 203, 204, 272, 286 Brandwood, 60 Bratton, 91, 98, 144, 218 Bridgnorth, 43, 44, 51, 52, 54, 56, 64, 85, 103, 106, 122, 140, 141, 148, 150, 153, 156, 163, 165, 192, 204, 234, 235, 237, 249, 262, 277 Bridleway Gate, 110, 171 Brockton (Corve Dale), 261 Brockton (near Lilleshall), 253 Brockton (near Shifnal), 200 Broseley, 127, 174, 211 Brown Clee Hill (see Clee Hill) Buntingsdale, 65 Burlton, 60 Burwarton, 101, 124, 145, 279 Buttonoak, 99, 270 Callaughton, 58, 127 Calverhall, 63 Cardington, 187 Cherrington, 80, 196, 231 Cheswardine, 43, 63, 73, 75, 100, 293 Chetwynd air ....Read More.thorne83 on 23rd April 2013 02:11:05
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Christian Name helpHi, Looking for the Christian names and fate of the chaps below, all served with 623 Squadron until posted to No.1678 CU in December 1943. Sergeant J R Lomas Wireless Operator 1037466 (Prisoner of War) Sergeant W A <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> Bomb Aimer Sergeant J R Bennett Rear Gunner Sergeant J S Bates Flight Engineer Thank you Regards Steve ....Read More.Steve Smith on 21st December 2014 05:11:17
Christian Name helpSteve, Hi, Just a possible maybe?:- Sergeant W A <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> Bomb Aimer Births Q3 1920 <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> William A Chance Stourbridge 6c 45 HTH Peter Davies ....Read More.Resmoroh on 22nd December 2014 07:46:27
Christian Name helpW A <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span>'s on AIR 78-67 Wilfred Anthony <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> 3507541 Wilfred Arthur <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> 1431402 William Arthur <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> 2397198 ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 23rd December 2014 08:20:13
Christian Name helpSteve/Paul, Hi Wilfred Anthony <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> 3507541 Enlistments Mar 49Feb 61 (so binned?). Wilfred Arthur <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> 1431402 Enlistments Apr-Oct 41 fits with my earlier Birth Reg?? William Arthur <span style="background:yellow">Hadley</span> 2397198 Enlistments Jan 47Jun 53 (so binned?). HTH Peter Davies ....Read More.Resmoroh on 23rd December 2014 09:02:35
Christian Name helpCommissions 1431402 Wilfred Arthur <span style="background:yellow">HADLEY</span> (174890). 20th Apr. 1944. -> Air Force list Navigators General Duties Branch ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 23rd December 2014 09:07:26
450426 - Unaccounted Airmen - 26-04-1945Hello, 450426 - Unaccounted Airmen - 26-04-1945 From Henk's List - ITALY PETTYFER, John Alfred - LAC - 1258057 - RAFVR - Argenta Gap War Cemetery, Italy. ROBERTS, The Rev. Douglas Martyn Kenmure - Sqdn/Ldr - Chaplain - 135070 - RAFVR - Bari War Cemetery, Italy. UK McKEAND, Keith - Sgt (Nav/Pilot-U/T) - 1525350 - RAFVR - Liverpool (Allerton ) Cemetery, Lancashire. From CWGC & Geoff's sites - AUSTRIA MILLER, Reginald Alfred - F/L (Pilot) - 123201 - D.F.C - RAFVR - Klagenfurt War Cemetery, Austria - [ Mosquito FB.VI - <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=RS579">RS579</a> - NFDW ]. GERMANY HOSKINS, George Wilfred Charles - LAC - 1423940 - RAFVR - Celle War Cemetery, Niedersachsen, Germany. ICELAND CLARKE, Fernley William - F/O (Pilot ) - 157411 - RAFVR - Reykjavik (Fossvogur ) Cemetery, Iceland - [ Mosquito FB.26 - <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=KA153">KA153</a> - FC(45 Grp) ]. IRAN <span style="background:yellow">HADLEY</span>, Samuel Thomas - LAC - 1504764 - RAFVR - Tehran War Cemetery, Iran. Alex ....Read More.Alex Smart on 28th February 2015 09:45:36
450426 - Unaccounted Airmen - 26-04-1945Hi ITALY PETTYFER, John Alfred - LAC - 58 MT Company, also LUMMIS, PERCY RUSSELL (1173044) UK McKEAND, Keith - Sgt (Nav/Pilot-U/T) - not Eng/Wales?. GERMANY HOSKINS, George Wilfred Charles - LAC - 125 Wing. ICELAND CLARKE, Fernley William - F/O (Pilot ) - probably Mosquito FB.26 - <a href="../serials/details.php?uniq=KA153">KA153</a> - (45 Grp) ]. IRAN <span style="background:yellow">HADLEY</span>, Samuel Thomas - LAC - 138 MU. Malcolm ....Read More.malcolm_raf on 1st March 2015 06:26:39

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