Thank you Malcolm for pointing out my typo on the squadron number. Malcolm thinks that the incident below involved two Beaufighters one numbered JM384 who were carrying out an attack on shipping. Can anyone confirm this and add further details?

Thank you

A letter from J.
Hastings Lloyd, Martley Rectory, dated 17th June 1950 can be found within war
records held at Worcestershire Archives requesting that his name be added to
the county roll of honour. The letter states that Section Leader, Edward Lawson
Walker, RAF, Coastal Command, age 25, was killed on patrol in the North Sea. Born Friday 15th February 1918, died 7th March
1944, he was shot down whilst leading a section of his squadron who were
attacking an enemy convoy.
WALKER, Edward Lawson Flying Officer 125154 254 Sqn RAFVR [COLOR=#417394]RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL[/COLOR]