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    Hello,

    Further to the discussion on D. A. Stewart, the following may be of interest:

    "Before the end of the year (1940), 210 had suffered two further crew losses . On September 2nd F/L P.D. Parry-Jones and ten crew were lost in a newly arrived Sunderland, T9043, which failed to return from a convoy patrol. And on December 27th N9022* crashed in a night landing off Maiden Island, north of Oban Bay, when returning from a patrol. The aircraft alighted successfully but immediately hit an object in the water which ripped open the aircraft's hull and flipped it over on its back. F/L Ivor Meggitt (Australian), and nine of those aboard, including a naval officer, were presumed drowned. The sole survivor, though injured was F/O D.A. Stewart."

    *See: CCL1/87

    See:
    Sopwiths To Sunderlands 210 Squadron 1917 to 1941.
    Evans,John.
    Pembroke Dock:Paterchurch Publications,1999
    pp.60-1

    There is more to the tale, maybe Ross could chase it up.

    Col.
    Last edited by COL BRUGGY; 12th November 2017 at 14:40.

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