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    Corporal Frederick Harold KIMPTON (CR/606) 1940-05-26 1 Sqdn Kenya Nairobi War Cemetery Ref : 2. E. 1.
    Flying Officer Hugh Chinnery PEYTON (CR/2916) 1940-05-26 1 Sqdn Kenya Nairobi (Forest Road) Cemetery

    -> 1 Sqn RRAF
    A Pride of Eagles: A History of the Rhodesian Air Force _> Lost in Hardy K5914 16 May 1940 routine Recon of the Garissa/Liboi road
    PEYTON -> Pilot
    KIMPTON _> Gunner

    Got lost run out of petrol, force landed stayed with aircraft 3 days - Walked out died 6/7 days later bodies found following year


    Lieutenant Brian Llewellyn GRIFFITHS (102663) 1940-06-19 1 Sqdn Kenya Nairobi War Cemetery
    1 Sqn SAAF
    http://surfcity.kund.dalnet.se/italy_bossi.htm

    Hurricane ‘271’ (ex. L1708) flown by Second Lieutenant Brian Llewellyn Griffiths (SAAF No. 102663) was then attacked and shot down in flames,
    the 23-year-old pilot from George, Cape Province, South Africa being killed.


    Warrant Officer Class II Joseph NINNIS (98575) 1940-07-10 Kenya Nairobi (Forest Road) Cemetery
    Warrant Officer Class II Joseph J Ninnis

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    ROBERT OLAF STRANGHAN BECKWITH 1940.

    Died of generalised Peritonitis perforation of ileum and ulcerative colitis at Military Hospital at South Tidworth

    https://www.ipswichwarmemorial.co.uk...ghan-beckwith/

    Flight Lieutenant
    Claude Henry LEGGOTT (35148)


    1940-01-31

    Killed when hit by car while riding a bicycle

    COLLISION IN BLACK-OUT
    ... defendant's car. Sergeant-Major Robert Lake said Leggott's rear light faded and then went out. as if he had stopped. Almost at once the car collided with Leggott's cycle. , Robert Alexanoer. surgeon, said Leggott suffered a broken rib. cuts to the head and ...
    Published: Friday 16 February 1940
    Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
    County: Yorkshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 235 | Page: 3 | Tags: none




    Flight Lieutenant
    V A B SCUPHAM (72564)

    1940-02-09

    Victor Albert Brooks SCUPHAM

    AIRMAN’S . Verdict of “Suicide balance of his mind returned at inquest at Watford yesterday on Flight-Lieut. Victor Albert Brookes Scupham, aged 42, of the R.A.F. volunteer reserve, of Applegarth, Rook - lane, Chaldon, Surrey. Flight-Lieut. Scupham was found on Saturday morning lying by the roadside with a bullet wound in the head. In his right hand was a loaded revolver.

    Published: Tuesday 13 February 1940
    Newspaper: Evening Despatch
    County: Warwickshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 170 | Page: 8 | Tags: none



    Corporal
    George Edwin John MISSELBROOK (565756)


    1940-02-11
    88 Sqdn


    MOTHER'S JOURNEY TO FRANCE
    ... to visit sick members of the 8.E.F., is Mrs. Misselbrook, of Coles-avenue, Hamworthy, Dorset. She arrived a few hours before her son, George, a corporal in the R.A.F., died from pneumonia. Corporal Misselbrook

    Published: Wednesday 14 February 1940
    Newspaper: Gloucestershire Echo
    County: Gloucestershire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 409 | Page: 1 | Tags: none



    Aircraftman 2nd Class
    Thomas DENTON (866615)


    1940-02-06
    936 Balloon Sqdn
    United


    DISPATCH RIDER’S DEATH An inquest was opened and adjourned in Newcastle yesterday on Thomas Denton (47), married, Rodsley Avenue, Gateshead, dispatch rider, who died in the Royal Victoria Infirmary on Tuesday as result of a collision between his motor-cycle and a car, on the Coast Road, Newcastle

    Sergeant
    James MUNN (580698)


    1940-02-09
    44 Sqdn
    United

    LINCOLN RIVER MYSTERY
    ... LINCOLN RIVER MYSTERY An open verdict was returned at the inquest at Lincoln on James Munn, 19- year old R.A.F, sergeant, whose body ivas found in the River Witham between Water-lane and the Glory Hole. There were signs of.injuries inflicted before death and the body had been water a considerable time.




    Published: Tuesday 09 April 1940
    Newspaper: Lincolnshire Echo
    County: Lincolnshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 51 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

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    Henks Data - 1940 - July to September:

    1940-07-06 1732 Sgt BURK, Leslie A 1 sqn (RCAF) (MB-87). Killed in a motorcycle accident.
    1940-07-28 862743 Ac1 HAIGH, James E 931 (Balloon) sqn Aged 48, death registered at Southampton. He was serving with No 931 Sqn, and committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor.
    1940-07-28 573409 Lac JOHNS, Denys W 15 OTU Died in a car crash.
    1940-07-31 370335 Cpl CALLICOT, Percival 908 (Balloon) sqn Died of natural causes in the Royal Navy Hospital at Plymouth.

    1940-08-02 580692 Sgt BOWMER, Harry A 83 sqn Died in the Lincoln County Hospital of a fractured skull.
    1940-08-02 346541 Sgt TIMEWELL, Thomas R Died in the Royal Naval Hospital Plymouth of a perforated gastric ulcer.
    1940-08-06 3092 S/L WADHAM, Nicholas W 3 Grp HQs/Mildenhall Aged 46. Death registered at Newmarket. The Times 400810: "Died 400806 S/Ldr Nicholas Wyndham WADHAM of Field House, Buckden, Hants; no flowers". The Times 400805: "Died 400802, suddenly, at Field House, Buckden, Hants. Agnes Moira, beloved wife of S/Ldr N.W. WADHAM; no flowers".
    1940-08-08 623211 Lac ANTHONY, Crawford He was serving with No 5 SFTS at RAF Sealand and was killed in a road traffic accident when he was hit by a lorry on the Arterial Road, Shotwick
    1940-08-09 W/C PAMULA, Leopold (Poland - born 15-11-1898). Died in a hospital at Nocton Hall as a result of blood poisoning.
    1940-08-21 NZ391875 Sgt BRENNAN, Jack S 23 sqn On late evening flarepath duty at Station Wittering, died when struck by a landing Blenheim at 2205h.
    1940-08-23 NZ391341 Sgt CLIFFORD, Robert H 15 OTU Accidentally knocked down by a truck 400822 on the main Oxford-Newbury road 22.15hrs. Admitted to the Radcliffe Infirmary where he died 400823.
    1940-08-23 571664 Lac DOUGLAS, David E 61 sqn Returning to Hemswell collided with his motorcycle during the black-out-period against a parked car; death registered at Gainsborough.
    1940-08-28 350818 Cpl BRUFORD, George R 10 OTU Died during an air raid on Plymouth while on leave.
    1940-08-31 355642 Lac SKELDING, John Died in RAF Hospital, Halton

    1940-09-01 643926 Ac1 WILLIAMSON, Edmund 11 FTS as a result of collision between motorcycle & bus at the junction of Shrewsbury to Whitchurch road & Shawbury road near Battlefield.
    1940-09-07 743094 Sgt DAVIES, Alfred R 77 sqn Died from injuries received after falling out of a window at Leeming/Yorkshire.
    1940-09-18 27061 W/C MITCHELL, Alan C AHQ Aden/RAF Taken ill with peritonitis while on sick leave at Muskeiras Hill station, 100 miles from Aden. Initially buried at Mukeiras, reinterred at Maala Cem.
    1940-09-20 870911 Ac2 ATHERALL, William E 942 (Balloon) sqn He is presumed drown as the result of falling overboard a barrage balloon barge in the Humber Estuary, whilst serving with No 942 Sqn
    1940-09-20 846519 Ac2 BOND, Ernest J 909 (Balloon) sqn Killed in air raid. Death registered at Poplar/E.London..
    1940-09-20 1161139 Ac1 MYERS, Abraham 909 (Balloon) sqn Killed in air raid. Death registered at Poplar/E.London.
    1940-09-26 919565 Ac2 TOTTERDELL, Denis Killed in air raid at Uxbridge/Middlesex.

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    Henks Data 1940 - October to December

    1940-10-01 76902 P/O GILLESPIE, James L 23 sqn Died in St.Richard's Hospital, Chichester of wounds or injuries received on active service. Death registered at Chichester.
    1940-10-06 747227 Ac2 STENNETT, Henry E Died of wounds received in air raid on RAF Uxbridge. Death registered at Uxbridge.
    1940-10-08 78405 F/O KINCHIN, Leonard T Died on active service. He was killed accidentally by a sentry, possibly at RAF Squires Gate, who fired at the car he was travelling in as a passenger as a result of an incorrect password being given
    1940-10-10 937160 Ac1 HUTTON, George W 3 FTS Killed in a motorcycle accident.
    1940-10-12 572206 Lac EATON, Leslie J 13 MU Died in hospital of wounds sustained in air raid on Henlow 400926 at 15.55h.
    1940-10-13 518563 Sgt BRIGHTON, Albert E 42 sqn Died on active service. died in the Royal Aberdeen Infirmary
    1940-10-13 1155501 Ac2 BLITZ, Morris 41 sqn Killed in an air raid. His wife Fanny was killed in the same incident.
    1940-10-13 1156226 Ac2 WIGGINS, Frederick W Killed on active service. Death registered at Paddington/W.Central London. (Probably killed in air raid; Paddington contains the main railway station for trains to the W of England and S.Wales).
    1940-10-15 743201 Lac ALCOCK, Fred death registered at Romford, incident E.London (probably killed in air raid). He died at 169 Ballards Road in Dagenham, Essex
    1940-10-20 10213 W/C ALLAN, Alexander H 2 SS (2 Signals School - Yatesbury/Wiltshire). Died of a dangerous illness.
    1940-10-23 941709 Ac1 LOCK, Owen R 77 sqn Killed in a motor cycle accident on Northallerton Road at Darlington, 100 yards south of Blackmore Corner.
    1940-10-23 571765 Lac WIFFEN, Edward 77 sqn Killed in a motor cycle accident on Northallerton Road at Darlington, 100 yards south of Blackmore Corner.
    1940-10-24 1177116 Ac2 SHEA, Jack 935 (Balloon) sqn (11 BC - Filton). Died on active service. He was serving with No 935 Sqn was knocked down by a motor vehicle at Patchway in Bristol
    1940-10-25 1173074 Ac2 BARLOW, Wilfred H Killed on active service during an air raid in London. The Air Provost Marshal's department Westminster, was hit by an HE bomb at 13.30 hrs killing four RAF personnel and injuring eight.
    1940-10-25 938129 Cpl GRAHAM, William Killed on active service during an air raid in London. The Air Provost Marshal's department Westminster, was hit by an HE bomb at 13.30 hrs killing four RAF personnel and injuring eight.
    1940-10-25 527784 Sgt HARDY, William W Died of wounds or injuries recieved on active service at Westminster; refer to Ac2 W.H.R. BARLOW.
    1940-10-25 636461 Cpl HOOKER, Harold F Electrocuted by overhead wires whilst working on an aircraft in het hangar.
    1940-10-25 548098 Cpl MALLINSON, Herbert J Killed on active service. Death registered at Westminster. Refer to Ac2 W.H.R. BARLOW.
    1940-10-26 1301895 Ac2 HARRAD, Leslie He was probably killed when either Magister I, R1850 of No 15 EFTS, crashed into a hanger on take off from Kingstown due to frost on the wings
    1940-10-26 1301942 Ac2 KNIGHT, Norman F He was probably killed when either Magister I, R1850 of No 15 EFTS, crashed into a hanger on take off from Kingstown due to frost on the wings
    1940-10-26 1305999 Cpl PEARCE, John V Killed in air raid; death registered at Hammersmith, London Borough/SW Central London..
    1940-10-27 1183781 Ac2 BATCHELOR, Albert E 149 sqn Killed in air raid; death registered at Newmarket/Suffolk.
    1940-10-28 981977 Ac2 McDONALD, William J 40 sqn He was serving with No 40 Sqn, and was killed when he was struck by a revolving propeller.
    1940-10-28 567678 Cpl MATTHEWS, Eric S 105 sqn Was knocked down by a motor vehicle on the Watton road 401025 and died of his injuries in the Norwich Hospital 401028.
    1940-10-29 754977 Sgt PAYNE, Stanley Died of natural causes at Dundee Royal Infirmary.
    1940-10-31 1172833 Ac2 BRACHER, Charles D 908 (Balloon) sqn While riding a service motor cycle collided with a lorry at junction of Globe Road and Roman Road at Bow East Londen. Died of serious injuries in Bethnal Green Hospital in East London.

    1940-11-01 42568 P/O MAUDE-ROXBY, John L 9 sqn On active service; death naturally after an operation ('The Times 5.11.40) - death registered at Cambridge.
    1940-11-02 P.793457 Ac1 ROSSOCHACKI, Antoni 303 sqn Wounded in air raid on Leconfield aerodrome. Died of wounds in Beverley Hospital.
    1940-11-07 750783 Lac McKILLOP, George 92 sqn Killed on active service. Death registered at Lambeth/Central London and may have been killed in air raid.
    1940-11-11 1067108 Ac2 TOBIN, Harold B He was drowned in the sea at North Shore, Blackpool whilst trying to rescue a dog the day after he had been married. He was posthumously awarded the RSPCA 'Margaret Wheatley Cross' and the Royal Humane Society Vellum Certificate
    1940-11-12 1154792 Ac2 BROADHURST, Fred 953 (Balloon) sqn Killed in air raid; may have been transferred to 3 BC - 907 (Balloon) Sqn, Woodberry Down/N.London; death registered at Islington, NE London. (Refer to F/O M.L. ARNOLD).
    1940-11-14 P.781845 Ac2 CEBULA, Edward 308 sqn Killed when a bomb hit the Rialto Cinema at Coventry.
    1940-11-14 P.780760 Lac KRZEMINSKI, Franciszek 308 sqn Killed when a bomb hit the Rialto Cinema at Coventry.
    1940-11-14 852043 Ac1 ROBERTS, Thomas 917 (Balloon) sqn King's Commendation for Valuable Services in the Air. (6 BC - Coventry/Birmingham). Died of wounds or injuries received on active service; death registered at Coventry. (likely air raid on Coventry).
    1940-11-23 845038 Cpl FRENCH, Rupert C 907 (Balloon) sqn He was serving with No 907 Sqn at RAF Cardington and was returning to his quarters in Bedford from his mother's hotel in Stevenage when he collided with a truck in his sports car
    1940-11-24 86844 P/O DEASE, Richard E Died on active service. He died in the Royal Salop Infirmary
    1940-11-24 564593 Sgt CREHAN, Thomas 39 sqn Died of a heart attack - buried Maala WC.
    1940-11-28 629150 Sgt EVANS, Edward J 218 sqn Was killed when he walked into a rotating propellor 15.00 hrs; died of his injuries at 21.15 hrs.
    1940-11-29 P.784589 Ac2 KEDZIERSKI, Zygmunt Posted to PAF Ground Training Centre at Blackpool. Killed during bombing attack on that city.

    1940-12-02 P.0707 P/O BAGROWSKI-SWINKA, Tadeusz 55 OTU BAGROWSKI-SWINKA, Tadeusz. (Aston Down - Gloucestershire). Died in a hospital at Stroud as a result of a motorcycle accident.
    1940-12-03 1182046 Ac2 BOSELEY, William F BOSELEY, William F. May have been killed in air raid; death registered Paddington, W.Central London.
    1940-12-05 744474 Ac1 PIGGOTT, Alfred A PIGGOTT, Alfred A. Died on active service. He died in Papworth Hospital
    1940-12-05 621293 Ac1 WARWICK, John 2 (C)OTU WARWICK, John. (Catfoss/Yorkshire). Died of peritonitis at home.
    1940-12-06 1160593 Ac1 AMBLER, Albert J AMBLER, Albert J. May have been killed in air raid; death registered at Bristol as AMBER.
    1940-12-07 865247 Ac1 UPHAM, Stanley C 964 (Balloon) sqn UPHAM, Stanley C. (13 BC - Torpoint/Devonshire). Killed by a falling balloon struck by lightning.
    1940-12-08 517028 Cpl COGHLAN, Clifford D COGHLAN, Clifford D. May have been killed in air raid; death registered at Bristol.
    1940-12-09 340278 Cpl HANTON, Lucas S HANTON, Lucas S. (Age 41). Died following an operation; death registered Wirral/Wiltshire.
    1940-12-21 997777 Ac2 SUMMERELL, Sidney W SUMMERELL, Sidney W. (Age 44). Death registered at Wallersey. He was killed whilst sheltering in a public air raid shelter in Harrison Drive, Wallasey during an air raid
    1940-12-22 632511 Ac1 FAIRCLOUGH, George H FAIRCLOUGH, George H. Killed in air raid; death registered at Wallasey.
    1940-12-22 1104177 Ac2 JONES, John E JONES, John E. Probably air raid victim; death registered at Birkenhead.
    1940-12-23 928206 Ac2 MADDEN, Robert E 925 (Balloon) sqn MADDEN, Robert E. (10 BC - Manchester & Bowlee). Killed in air raid; death registered at Manchester.

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    Sergeant James BROOKES (560537) Observer 1940-05-14 142 Sqdn France Choloy War Cemetery Ref : Joint grave 2A. A. 6.
    Leading Aircraftman Ronald Harold NUGENT (537353) Wireless Operator (Air) 1940-05-14 142 Sqdn France Choloy War Cemetery Ref : Joint grave 2A. A. 6.

    http://discovery.nationalarchives.go...ils/r/D8388675 and http://www.epibreren.com/ww2/raf/142_squadron.html gives details -

    Type: Fairey Battle 1
    Serial number: P2333, WT-?
    Operation: Sedan
    Lost: 14/05/1940
    Sgt A.N. Spear Evd Capture Airborne Berry-au-Bac to attack bridges and roads in the area around Sedan. Crashed, cause unknown, killing two crew members. Both are buried in Choloy War Cemetery. Sgt Spear evaded capture and returned to his Unit.




    Corporal Wilfred PASSEY (627956) AIR81/559 1940-05-20 142 Sqdn France Perreuse Chateau Franco Britis Ref : Plot 2. Row B. Grave 16.
    Aircraftman 1st Class Leonard JENKINS (548328) AIR81/553 1940-05-20 142 Sqdn France Perreuse Chateau Franco Britis Ref : Plot 2. Row B. Grave 15.
    Aircraftman 1st Class John McGRATH (297701) AIR81/557 1940-05-20 142 Sqdn France Perreuse Chateau Franco Britis Ref : Plot 2. Row B. Grave 18.
    Aircraftman 1st Class Raymond BIRD (631221) AIR81/500 1940-05-20 142 Sqdn France Perreuse Chateau Franco Britis Ref : Plot 2. Row B. Grave 17.
    Aircraftman 2nd Class Daniel KNOWLTON (900320) 1940-05-23 142 Sqdn France Perreuse Chateau Franco Britis Ref : Plot 2. Row B. Grave 19.

    All the above died when the bombs on a burning aircraft exploded and killed the fire tender crew along with an instrument fitter (knowlton). (fire started by a live flare - abandoned by crew)

    http://discovery.nationalarchives.go...ils/r/D8388675 provides details.




    Sergeant Eric Cecil WARDEL KNIGHT (742468) Pilot 1940-09-21 142 Sqdn United Kingdom Littleover (St. Peter) Churchy

    Killed in Motorcycle accident at Cleethorpes. Sgt Baker Observer seriously injured.
    http://discovery.nationalarchives.go...ils/r/D8388682
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    Lieutenant Edward Stanley STEELE (102846) 1940-10-30 Zimbabwe Bulawayo (Athlone) Cemetery Ref : Grave 3.
    Air Sergeant Auret George VAN HEERDEN (47958) 1940-10-30 Zimbabwe Bulawayo (Athlone) Cemetery Ref : Grave 4.

    http://forum.12oclockhigh.net/showpost.php?p=210073&postcount=2


    Quote Originally Posted by Col Bruggy
    Hawker Hartbee 855 - 41 Sqn SAAF - Crashed near Bulawayo en route Nairobi 30/10/1940.

    102846 Lt Edward Stanley STEELE SAAF +
    47958 Air Sgt Auret George VAN HEERDEN SAAF +

    See:
    85 Years of South African Air Force/Brent. p.36.

    and...

    On the way north No. 41 Squadron suffered its first loss. Approaching Bulawayo in formation Lt Steele's aircraft went into a dive, engine full on. It nosed over the vertical and went into the ground from 4,000 feet. Its passenger, Air Sergeant Van Heerden, hanging out on his monkey-chain helpless, was unable to reach his parachute to attach it to his harness.

    See:
    A Gathering of Eagles/Brown. p.77.
    http://www.saairforce.co.za/forum/vi...3110&start=435

    Quote Originally Posted by W407594F
    A Hartbees (864) was involved in a fatal accident, two persons on board.

    1940 20 August
    40 Sqn Hartbees 864
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    Dave

    Sorry to contact you via this way but can you see if you can find via ancestry ? The cause of deaths of Canadians from 1940 which I think are the only ones unknown

    See the 1940 Unaccounted thanks Paul

    Last Canada Lot

    Would like more on Gordon Felix LOYER, George McMILLAN and Roderick James Joseph BOLL
    Thanks

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    Hi

    "1940-10-06 747227 Ac2 STENNETT, Henry E Died of wounds received in air raid on RAF Uxbridge. Death registered at Uxbridge."

    The raid was actually on Northolt not Uxbridge.

    "1940-10-08 78405 F/O KINCHIN, Leonard T Died on active service. He was killed accidentally by a sentry, possibly at RAF Squires Gate, who fired at the car he was travelling in as a passenger as a result of an incorrect password being given"

    The incident happens at RAF Silloth, his death being registered in Wigton

    Malcolm

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    Sergeant
    Alfred Albert Gilbert DOWLE (514307)


    1940-02
    . FUCHT-SERGT. A. G. DOWLE Fhght-sergt. Alfred Gilbert Dowle. aged 29, a former junior reporter Pontypool. has died in hospital while on service with the RAF His parent* live at Vale House, Freehold Lamd. Pontnewynydd A former pupil the West Monmouth School ...
    Published: Monday 19 February 1940
    Newspaper: Western Mail
    County: Glamorgan, Wales
    Type: Article | Words: 64 | Page: 3 | Tags: none


    LATE SERGT.-PILOT A. A. G. DOWLE Sergt.-pilot Alfred Albert Gilbert Dowle, aged 28. whose home was at Vale House. Freeholdland, Pontnewynydd. Pontypool. was buried in Ebenezer Burialground Pontnewynydd, on Thursday. A service at St. Luke’s Pari»h Church. Pontnewynydd. was conducted by tne Rev. T. J. Morgan
    Chief mourners included: Messrs. FrcJ l» ..

    Published: Friday 23 February 1940
    Newspaper: Western Mail
    County: Glamorgan, Wales
    Type: Article | Words: 201 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

    Corporal
    Stanley Owen SLATER (527163)


    1940-02-21
    26 Sqdn
    France

    ORB: Fire broke out in clothing store on 20 Feb 1940 Corp Slater taken to St Ricque hospital with severe burns and died there following day

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    Paul,

    Gordon Felix LOYER - Toxemia. Deceased station hospital, St Thomas, Ontario

    George McMILLAN - Coronary thrombosis. Deceased Brantford General Hospital

    Roderick James Joseph Boll - Coronary Thrombosis. No. 3 SFTS Calgary station hospital.

    Dave

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