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    First Officer John Taverner Wilson CLARK () Pilot 1940-05-25

    https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=152974



    Date: 25-MAY-1940
    Time:
    Type: Blackburn Botha Mk I
    Owner/operator: 3 FPP ATA
    Registration: L6160


    Lost height and crashed when trying to avoid houses in poor visibilty.

    1st Officer John Taverner Wilson Clark (28), A

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    Flying Officer Patrick Claude HANNAY (90097) Pilot 1940-05-24 600 Sqdn United Kingdom Cranbourne (St. Peter) Churchy Ref : Sec. F. S.E. part. Row 11. Grave 6.
    Leading Aircraftman James Dempster SHORT (74937]) 1940-05-24 600 Sqdn

    http://www.aircrewremembered.com/han...ck-claude.html

    24.05.1940 No. 600 Squadron Blenheim I-F L1516

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Alan CLARK (646783) Wireless Operator 1940-05-24 607 Sqdn

    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...-24th-May-1940

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    Pilot Officer
    Cecil Thomas LOCKE (72999) Test Pilot


    1940-06-12

    https://www.rootschat.com/forum/inde...topic=396950.0

    These records might be of interest to someone, it was extra to a death record I got from Scotspeople:

    Cecil Thomas Locke, Test pilot (single) aged 26 years - Died 12.6.1940 @ 8.50pm
    East Walkinshaw Renfrew.* UK Res - Thark, Headslane, Ensbury, Bournemouth.
    Father:* *Cecil Thomas Locke, Indian Service Retired
    Mother:* Ester Mabel Locke, M.S. Blaker
    Multiple Injuries (aeroplane accident).

    Date:
    12-JUN-1940
    Time:

    Type:

    Blackburn Botha Mk I
    Owner/operator:
    Blackburn Denny
    Registration:
    L6390

    https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=162954

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    Sergeant
    Peter Frederick KAY (742168) Pilot

    KOAS

    1940-06-08
    214 Sqd



    Misssed from this


    Wellington IA*N2993
    AIR81/2214

    http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...php?uniq=N2993

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    Captain W L KRIEL (102644) 1940-07-12 11 Sqdn Ken


    1940

    A Hawker Hartbees, serial 859 was written-off during an accident at Isiolo, the pilot Capt Kriel sustained fatal injuries.

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    Pilot Officer
    Kenneth Charles CAMPBELL (79155) Pilot


    1940-07-29
    43 Sqdn

    http://forum.12oclockhigh.net/showthread.php?t=41562


    29/7 Our A.73 29/7, 43 Sqn, P/O K.C. Campbell 0830 hours. This Signal A.74 sent from

    Probably:

    29-7-40!Hurricane L1955 43 Sqn
    Brabourne Lees, near Ashford, Kent

    Campbell
    *Kenneth C
    *-
    *E.Ashford
    *2a
    2633
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    Sergeant
    Norman Frederick COOPER (745487) Pilot
    5 FTS

    1940-07-27

    United Kingdom

    KOAS

    Death registered

    Cooper
    *Norman F
    *20
    *Hawarden
    *11b
    683

    Either for this date 1940-07-27

    Master I N7753 5 FTS Sealand FIG

    Assume N7753 above because Sealand near Hawarden and also

    Master I N7759 5 FTS Cranage COAN

    AIR81/2462, Sergeant C J Homer: injured; aircraft accident, Cranage, Master N7759, 5 Service Flying Training School, 26 July 1940.

    **

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    Pilot Officer
    Alan Douglas CARTER (40887) Pilot


    1940-07-13
    94 Sq


    http://lewishamwarmemorials.wikidot....r-alan-douglas

    Pilot Officer ALAN DOUGLAS CARTER, Royal Air Force, was killed on 13 July 1940 while serving with 94 Squadron. At this time the squadron was based at Khormaksar, Aden flying Gloster Gladiator biplane fighters on air defence patrols over Aden and Somaliland.
    He is buried in Asmara War Cemetery, Eritrea.

    http://surfcity.kund.dalnet.se/gladiator_raf_94.htm

    L9042 From Royal Egyptian Air Force Gladiator with Egyptian serial.
    Probably lost on 13/07/40 when shot down by CR.42s from 413a Squadriglia south of Assab; P/O Alan Douglas Carter (RAF No. 40887) KIA.

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    Leading Aircraftman
    H B E BROCK (77A)

    Hamilton Bruce Edmonds Brock

    Flying Officer
    William George MIDDLEBRO (C/817)


    1940-07-17
    110 S

    1940-07-17
    110 Sqdn
    UK

    “Cause of death is given as: Dive bombing practise - hit tree and crashed.”

    17.7.40 Lysander II N1301 110 Sqn RCAF Forest Row, Sussex

    Exercise with First Canadian Army Division. Also killed F/O (Pilot) William G. MIDDLEBRO - RCAF - C/817.
    Regards,

    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...KIFA-17-7-1940

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