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    I dont know the id / serial of the Oxford she went missing in..

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    By querying the DB - the following "Clusters" of data appear - by unit and no of deaths.. any idea on the aircraft / incidents?

    Date : 1941-10-14 Unit:15 OTU fatalities :11

    Date : 1941-11-24 Unit:115 Sqdn fatalities :9 (No mention in ORB F540)
    Date : 1941-11-11 Unit:115 Sqdn fatalities :7 (No mention in ORB -do-)
    Date : 1941-09-23 Unit:216 Sqdn fatalities :6 (Possibly a Bombay - No mention in ORB)
    Date : 1941-12-13 Unit:70 Sqdn fatalities :6
    Date : 1941-11-30 Unit:10 Sqdn fatalities :5

    Date : 1941-11-15 Unit:113 Sqdn fatalities :5
    Date : 1941-12-10 Unit:254 Sqdn fatalities :5
    Date : 1941-09-21 Unit:103 Sqdn fatalities :5
    Date : 1941-12-08 Unit:27 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-12-24 Unit:254 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-12-08 Unit:237 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-04-24 Unit:113 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-11-21 Unit:24 Sqdn SAAF fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-09-07 Unit:86 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-11-08 Unit:223 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-07-02 Unit:24 Sqdn SAAF fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-12-07 Unit:269 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-06-03 Unit:8 Sqdn fatalities :4
    Date : 1941-11-07 Unit:23 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-11-08 Unit:113 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-05-11 Unit:904 Balloon Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-12-08 Unit:62 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-11-12 Unit:40 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-11-17 Unit:14 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-04-11 Unit:84 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-11-08 Unit:235 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-11-16 Unit:19 OTU fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-11-11 Unit:49 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-10-12 Unit:21 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-11-25 Unit:16 SFTS fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-12-07 Unit:24 Sqdn SAAF fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-12-10 Unit:36 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-12-08 Unit:107 Sqdn fatalities :3
    Date : 1941-06-21 Unit:38 Sqdn fatalities :3
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    Enemy air raid on night of 10/5 at 2300 hours - HE bomb direct hit to billet - resulting in instantaneous death of the three airmen on this day - GILES, HAWKES and BURLING

    https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C2504864
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    AIR 27/2225 Squadron 904 Summary of Events: Y Date: 1938 May 01 - 1944 Aug 31

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    Also Other Balloon Unit deaths on this day
    http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...05-11&qunit=90


    Aircraftman 1st Class John Bertram REBBECK (842019) 1941-05-11 903 Balloon Sqdn Camberwell New Cemetery Ref : Square 92. Col. grave 6659. Screen wall. Panel 10.

    REBBECK killed due to enemy action when HE bombs demolished the Flats where he was living with his wife

    https://discovery.nationalarchives.g...ils/r/C2504862 Page 154
    AIR 27/2223 903 Date: 1938 May 01 - 1942 July 31
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    Corporal Walter Harold LAWRENCE (844621) 1941-05-11 907 Balloon Sqdn Harrow Weald Cemetery Ref : Sec. C. Grave 50.
    Leading Aircraftman William STAFFORD (844793) 1941-05-11 907 Balloon Sqdn Harrow Weald Cemetery Ref : Sec. C. Grave 51.

    "Lawrence and Stafford killed due to bomb exploding on site"

    https://discovery.nationalarchives.g...ils/r/D8418498 Page 132
    AIR 27/2232/3 Squadron Number: 907 Date: 1939 Oct 01 - 1942 Dec 31
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    http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...0%20Sqdn&qt=UN

    Wellington IC X9686 "Z" Op: Derna

    Shot down at 0400, crashing near Martuba, south of Derna.

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    Nudged the numbers a bit up - now about 80% done

    Your current query returns 13016 records,of which 10424 records (80.09%) have details......

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    Hello

    Here are few more:

    Lionel Henry PHILLIPS (905311) - the Gloucestershire Echo of February 7th 1941 reported that he died in an R.A.F. Hospital and that death was due to pneumonia following a dislocation of a thigh. He is described as a sergeant air-gunner, and he joined the R.A.F. in June 1940. The Graves Registration Report Form on the CWGC entry gives his unit as 15 O.T.U.

    Rupert Bennett HESTER (62262) - the Banbury Advertiser of February 12th 1941 reported that he died in an R.A.F. Hospital, and that death was due to heart failure following an illness and an operation. Death was registered at Holderness.

    Gerald Herbert PITTAM (82764- the Western Mail of Thursday, February 6th 1941 reported the following:

    Fatal Car Crash - Pilot Officer J. [sic] Pittam, of Richmond, London, died at the local hospital on Wednesday from injuries received when the motor-car he was driving collided with a bollard in Station Road, Port Talbot, late on Tuesday night.

    Doreen Louisa Dennis COOMBE (420605) - the National Probate Calendar records that she died at Newton Abbot Hospital.

    Joseph Benedict REYNOLDS (C/932) - see: http://www.yorkshire-aircraft.co.uk/...k41/v7026.html

    Stanislaw BYLCZYNSKI - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website records that he was found dead in bed at 9.00 a.m. at 4 Crichton Road, Rothesay. Death was due to natural causes. He is described as "Officer, Polish Army."

    Leslie FLANAGAN (507128) - the Nottingham Evening Post of February 25th 1941 reported the following:

    NOTTM. CORPORAL'S SUICIDE
    Fatal Shot After Firing at Sergeant
    Mr. C. R. Scorer (Lincoln South District Croner) conducted an inquest yesterday on Corporal Leslie Flanagan, of Radford, Nottingham. It was stated that Flanagan burst into an orderly room on Friday armed with a revolver, of which, according to a duty corporal, he had forcibly obtained possession. Then he fired at Sergt. Christopher Thompson, afterward committing suicide. It was stated that Flanagan had been drinking.
    A verdict of "suicide while the balance of the mind was disturbed owing to taking excessive alcohol," was recorded.


    James Grant MacCOUBREY D.F.M. (45200) - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website records that he died at 9.30 a.m. at Leanchoil Hospital in Forres due to extensive burns and shock. His unit is listed as 19 O.T.U. on the Graves Registration Report Form in his CWGC entry.

    Roger Frederick NEWMAN (927517) and
    Robert George HEWLETT-WHITAKER (1152416) - Master N8000 - see: http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...em=&qdate=1941

    Sidney CALVERT (1308756) - the Bedfordshire Times and Independent of February 28th 1941 reported that he died in a Bedford hospital due to septicaemia following a cut finger, with influenza a contributory factor.

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    First batch of the Canadian casualties:

    Edward John PINK (R/4172A)
    James Douglas ROSS (R/61458)
    Leonard Joseph GRAY (R/52560)
    Gordon James LEWIS (R/65885)
    Michael Desmond MacBRIEN (C/1043)
    Pink's R.C.A.F. Service File records that all five were killed in Anson 6016 which crashed at Rivers, Manitoba.

    Joseph Raymond Stuart Earl DORITY (R/53904)
    Harry Nichols DAWSON (R/59332)
    Dorrity's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Harvard 2598 of 2 S.F.T.S. which crashed in a barnyard in the vicinity of Cumberland while on a navigation and instrument flight.

    James Alexander KIRKPATRICK (R/75960) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he died at R.C.A.F. Station Hospital, Trenton, due to a cerebral haemorrhage.

    David Richard AXLER (R/71565)
    Alan Hallett FAIRWEATHER (C/1307)
    Axler's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Fleet Finch 4514 of No. 7n E.F.T.S. which crashed at 09.45 some 6 miles north east of the airfield at Windsor, Ontario. The aircraft crashed due to an inverted spin, landing on its back and killing both immediately.

    Jean Paul BRUNELLE (R/54572) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Anson 6108 which crashed at 08.35 at Sarcee, 2 miles south west of No. 3 S.F.T.S., Calgary. He was removed from the wreck, but died in hospital. There were two others on board, who received injuries.

    John Anthony Archibald QUINLAN - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed when he walked into the propeller of a moving aircraft at No. 4 E.F.T.S. Saskatoon.

    Allan Henry NESBITT (R/58715) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed while on A.T.P. Course No. 18 in Yale 3357, which collided with Yale 3370. The collision occurred about 9 miles north east of Camp Borden. Yale 3370, flown by 4611 LAC Wallace, returned safely to the airfield.

    Lawrence James GRIFFIN (R/78670)
    Frederick Maitland HARRIS (R/59300)
    Griffin's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Tiger Moth 4003, which collided with Tiger Moth 4209, 5 miles from Bishop's Airport, Fort William at 11.30. The pilot of 4209, R76162 LAC Brander was seriously injured. Griffin was the pupil, and Harris his instructor.

    William Harry SHORTT (R/71756) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Yale 3382, which crashed at Alliston Airport at 15.15, after the engine cut on take off. Shortt was killed, and his instructor injured.

    Joseph Goodwin BUTCHER (R/59269)
    Harry Albert HOWARTH (R/63614)
    Butcher's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Anson 1675, which crashed at Oak Lake, Manitoba.

    Gurney De Lois BARRETT (R/72444)
    William Lewis Nick STARKEY (R/67700)
    Starkey's R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Anson W1667, which collided with another aircraft on the outskirts of Saskatoon. It's not clear if Barrett was on the same aircraft or not, but he was killed in the same incident.

    The following were lost when Anson N9652 and N9595 collided at Bradford, near Camp Borden:
    N9595:
    Henry DODSWORTH (561105)
    Eric Alfred RUNDELL (927867)
    Stanley PORTER (990449)
    Colin Trevor DOUGLAS (619059)
    N9652:
    John Clydesdale BELL (580239)
    Maurice Godfrey FOLKARD (999012)
    Ivor Wilfred JACKSON (1153084)

    Donald Edward BENNIMAN (R/66132) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Harvard 2768 of No. 6 S.F.T.S., which crashed one and a half miles south of Byng, 300 yards off the Jarvis Road (S. Cayuga), at 03.45 during night flying operations. He was the sole occupant.

    Alexander David ANGUS (J/2930)
    Charles James GOUGH (R/60370)
    Gough's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Yale 3368 of No. 6 S.F.T.S., which crashed 400 yards north west of Mt. Hope Airfield. Angus was the flying instructor, and Gough his student.

    James White McINTOSH (R/56908)
    Robert CONDIE (J/2929)
    McIntosh's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Tiger Moth 4313 of 7 S.F.T.S., which crashed 4 miles east of McLeod at 08.10. Cause of crash thought to be structural failure.

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    Next batch of the Canadians:

    Leslie Allan BROAD (J/47789)
    Vernice John PARKER (R/61685)
    Broad's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were both killed in Tiger Moth 4345, which crashed 3 miles west of Trenton. Broad is listed as being the passenger, with Parker the pilot.

    Royal Gordon McDOUGALL (C/2987) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Harvard 2514, which crashed 4 miles east of Corbyville, cause unknown.

    Harry George HYDES (R/54087)
    Ronald PATERSON (R/71638)
    Patterson's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Harvard 2502, which crashed on Lake Westmeath, near Pembroke, Ontario. The wing of the Harvard caught the surface of the lake while apparently attempting to force-land. Hyde's body was in the Harvard when it was recovered, but Patterson seemed to have exited the aircraft, but drowned in the lake due to the weight of his flying kit and parachute.

    Philp KENNEDY-ALLEN (J/3250)
    Kenneth Leete ANSON (R/52703)
    Anson's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed when Harvard 2857 collided with Harvard 2976, both of 9 S.F.T.S., three miles north of Richmond, Prince Edward Island at 15.50. Kennedy-Allen seems to have been in 2857 with F/O C. G. A. Wagner, C/3004, who was uninjured, and Anson in 2976 with AC1 E. H. Martin R/66246, also uninjured.

    Vernon Arthur BLAKE (R/78573) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Harvard 2510, which crashed into the side of a hill one and a half miles soiuth of Trenton, Ontario, at 11.00 whilst on a cross-country flight. He was the sole occupant of the Harvard.

    Jessie Margaret MacLEOD (C/4169) - her R.C.A.F. Service File records that she was aNursing Sisiter, and that she died at the R.C.A.F. Station Hospital, Dartmouth, due to cerebro-spinal meningitis. She had been admitted as a bed patient to the hospital on April 28th 1941 at 16.30, and died the next day.

    Richard Reginald BLYTHE (R/74270) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he died in hospital in Ottawa as the result of injuries sustained the previous day when Fleet Finch 4664 crashed four miles east of Rockcliffe Station, Ontario, on the Montreal highway at 11.30, cause obscure. Also in the aircraft was R/55576 L.A.C. Thomson, A, who was seriously injured.
    Blythe's file also contains a wealth of information about his past career, including that he was an organizing member of the 1921 Secret and Ancient Order of the Quiet Birdmen. He had previously worked in industrial public relations, his clients including Wiley Post, Commander Byrd and his North Pole Flight, Lindbergh on his trans-Atlantic flight and the Graf Zeppelin's round the world flight.

    Maurice Edward DAVIDSON (R/64231)
    Theodore Roland HIEBERT (R/61199)
    Hiebert's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Harvard 2994 of 11 S.F.T.S., which crashed at 15.10 approximatley 7 miles north of Yorkton, Saskatchewan.

    John Wellesley MUNRO (R/74211)
    Donegan Frederick PHELAN (C/1485)
    Munro's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Harvard 2600 of 2 S.F.T.S., which dived straight into the ground at 16.45 hours one mile north of Uplands, Ontario.

    Douglas Mervyn LORD (400721)
    Bennett Lorel DUFFEY (C/4802)
    Duffey's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed when Harvard 2884 of 2 S.F.T.S. crashed while on a night flying dual flight. The Harvard took off at 03.30, and had failed to return by 05.00. A search was initiated, and the wreckage of the Harvard was reported to have been found on the farm of Mr. Jervis Craig, two and a half miles south of Uplands. Cause of the accident obscure.

    Cyril Charles WALKER (C/26) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he died at 05.00 at Ottawa Civic Hospital, due to coronary disease.

    Joseph DAWSON (R/58418) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Tiger Moth 4328, which crashed at 14.15 at the farm of W. O. Mitchell, South Saanich Township. Also on board was R/77390 L.A.C. S.E. McMann, who was uninjured.

    William George HENRY (R/76676) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Tiger Moth 4063 of 5 E.F.T.S., which crashed on a solo flight at 06.45, 12 miles south of Lethbridge. An eye witness stated that the Tiger Moth spun in from around 3,000 feet.

    Alfred George HANSON (R/87058) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Tiger Moth 4121 of 14 E.F.T.S., which crashed at 09.00 at Portage la Prairie.

    Bonn Cory SMITH (R/78207)
    Roger Leslie WILLIAMSON (R/86506)
    Smith's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Tiger Moth 4104 of 5 E.F.T.S., which crashed at 08.00, 15 miles south west of Kenyon Field, Lethbridge, Alberta. Smith is recorded as Instructor, and Williamson as his Pupil.

    Frederick Judson BELL (C/3582)
    Gordon Allen DILWORTH (R/61440)
    Douglas Earl CRAIG (R/51049)
    Gerald Barclay SNOW (C/982)
    Ivan Lloyd George GILLIS (C/1074)
    Dilworth's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Hudson 782, which crashed at Sable Island, Nova Scotia, at 10.40, after striking a radio mast in dense fog whilst on a special search for Bolingbroke 9007. Snow was the pilot, with four other crew on board as well as the pilot. Bell was an M.O.
    Gillis' R.C.A.F. Service File names the five killed as listed above.

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    Next batch of Canadian casualties:

    Thomas Sheldon SHARPLES (R/59116)
    John Edward MacDONALD (C/548)
    Sharples' R.C.A.F. Service File record that they were killed in Harvard 3026 of 11 S.F.T.S., which crashed at 00.45, 3 miles north east of Yrokton aerodrome while on a night flying practive flight. The Harvard dived into the ground from approximately 1000 feet shortly after take off. Cause obscure.

    John William DODDS (R/86647) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Tiger Moth 4132 of 16 E.F.T.S., which crashed at 06.50, two and a half miles north west of Edmonton. Cause 'apparently lost control and plane spiralled into ground.' He was the sole occupant of the Tiger Moth.

    Jacob Roy ROBLIN (R/67088) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Anson 2209 [6529] of 3 S.F.T.S., which collided with another Anson (6126) while flying in a 3-ship V formation. 2209 came up from below and behind and collided with the other aircraft, the propeller of 6126 apparently damaging the cabin of 2209, which entered a steep dive from which it did not recover. Anson 6126 landed safely. Roblin was the sole occupant of 2209.
    See also: http://www.rwrwalker.ca/RCAF_6500_6549_detailed.htm

    Saxby Winburn Laurie BLAIR (R/64875) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Harvard 3829 of 11 S.F.T.S., which crashed one and a half miles from the auxiliary field at Sturdee at 00.30 when he made a right hand circuit rather than a left hand, and flew into the ground with the right wing down. He was the sole occupant of the Harvard.

    William Milton McDONALD (R/59619) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he died at Newfoundland Airport from a self-inflicted bullet wound fired from his own service rifle.

    Robert Harvey MILLER (R/67244) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Tiger Moth 4386 of 1 E.F.T.S. which crashed 3 miles north of Malton Airport at 09.50. He was practicing forced landings and steep turns, and the aircraft struck the ground head on and burned. Cause obscure. He was the sole occupant of the aircraft.

    Leon FENNER (R/71567)
    William Gordon WALKER (R/65766)
    Walker's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Fairey Battle 1806 of 3 B.G.S., which crashed one mile north east of MacDonald Airport at 15.40.

    Lionel ROHER (R/78412) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Harvard 3783 of 10 S.F.T.S., which crashed at Meadow Portage at 10.55. He was the sole occupant of the aircraft.

    Edward Charles HELMER (R/76623)
    Donald Hugh ROSS (R/4032)
    Helme's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed in Anson 6391 of 33 S.F.T.S., Carberry, which crashed five miles south east of Pleasant Point Railway Station at about 15.30. Witnesses saw the Anson in a steep dive and it hit the ground.

    William DARLING (R/74863) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he died in Harvard 2614 of 32 S.F.T.S., which crashed 3 miles south of Duttress, 20 miles south of Moose Jaw, at 19.00. The aircraft spun into the ground, killing Darling and slightly injuring F/O J. Comstadaris.

    Robert Lyon MILN (R/85688) - his R.C.A.F Service File records that he died in hospital at Portage la Prarie General Hospital at 13.45, having been injured in Tiger Moth 4123 of 14 E.F.T.S., which crashed at Portage la Prairie at 10.10. The Tiger Moth spun in from 150 feet in a slow gliding turn when coming in to land. He was the sole occupant of the aircraft.

    Thomas Joseph COOK (C/3010) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Tiger Moth 4868 of No. 3 Wireless School, which crashed at E.H. Nelson Farm, Lilyfield, Manitoba. Also on board was L.A.C. Elme W. Orr, who was injured.

    John Arnold MALIN (R/93845) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Tiger Moth 4986 of 5 E.F.T.S. which crashed in a field 2 miles north west of Okotoks, Alberta at 18.15.

    Donald Leslie KENNEDY (R/76159) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Oxford AS494 of 34 S.F.T.S., which crashed 9 miles north of Vauxhall, Alberta. The pilot, flying instructor P/O A. A. Purkiss-Ginn, and another occupant, P/O P. J. Lea, who was acting as passenger safety lookout, were also killed.

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