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    Hello

    Carrying on with the UK casualties:

    William MacPherson CROSS (72356) - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website record that he died at 4.50 p.m. at 556 Robroyston Road, Glasgow, due to teratoma of the testes. He is recorded as a Physician and Surgeon.
    There is a monument erected in his memory at Strathey withthe following inscription:
    "Erected by the people of Farr in appreciation of the skill and unfailing devotion of Flt. Lt. William M. Cross, Parish Medical Officer from 1936 till his death on 17th July 1941. A Man Greatly Beloved."
    See: http://ww2talk.com/index.php?threads...e-volun.58347/

    Jerzy BOLESLAWSKI (P/780446) and
    Piotr MARTOWICZ (P/784447) - the Nottingham Evening Post of July 21st 1941 reported the inquest into their deaths. It records that they were killed when their motor-cycle collided with an Army truck on the Shelford Road near Radcliffe-on-Trent. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned by the Coroner.

    Herbert John HANSEN - actually Harald Julius HANSEN, A.T.A. - Anson R9761.
    See: http://www.raf-lichfield.co.uk/ATA%20Casualties.htm
    See also: http://www.danishww2pilots.dk/profiles.php?person=180

    John Eric JONES (573164) - the Cheltenham Chronicle of July 26th 1941 reported that he and 959339 A.C.1 Eric Edward SHEPPARD were killed when their motorcycle collided with stray cattle at Bourton Hill Quarries, near Blockley. Jones was killed outright, and Sheppard died in hospital.

    William Alexander WILSON (1020491) - see: http://www.yorkshire-aircraft.co.uk/...41/w5424b.html

    William John SHERBORNE (1266010) - the Middlesex Chronicle of July 28th 1941 reported that he died in Rauceby R.A.F. Hospital, and on August 16th 1941 it reported that he died in hospital after a short illness.

    Charles Clifford GLADMAN (842537) - his entry on www.findagrave.com records that he died at 2, Horsham Road, Dorking., which was the address of Dorking County Hospital.

    David Marcus BATLEY (88671) - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at Middle Ramson, Putsborough, Croyde, Devonshire. The Graves Registration Report Form on his CWGC entry lists his unit as 3 (C) O.T.U.
    Hyman David ABRAMS (J/5089) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in a flying accident 1 mile north of Croyde.
    AIR81/8032 has them in Beaufort L4478.
    See: http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...em=&qdate=1941

    Francis Everett BENDER A.T.A. - Havoc AH436.
    See: http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...mnock-Scotland
    and: http://www.raf-lichfield.co.uk/ATA%20Casualties.htm

    Bernard Walter HOPTON (745034) - Magister L5985 - see: http://www.rafcommands.com/archive/09137.php
    The 616 Sqn ORB Form 540 however records that he died from injuries when he crashed after taking off in a Magister at Portreath aerodrome.
    AIR81/8102 has Perranporth. See: http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...qmem=&cur=8100

    Jack WELLS (955796) and
    Robert James McGREGOR (527680) - the Birmingham Daily Gazette of August 16th 1941 reported that they were killed when their motorcycle combination was struck by a train at a level crossing at Belvedere. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned by the Coroner.

    Cecil GORING (618243) - the Staffordshire Advertiser of August 23rd 1941 reported the inquest into his death. It records that he was cycling behind a soldier who was also on a bike on Burton Road, Branston, when the soldier collided with the back of a milk lorry. Goring ran into the soldier, and was thrown under a bus. He died in Burton Infirmary. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned by the Coroner.

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    Flight Lieutenant Francis William HORDERN (1112) 1941-12-18 Singapore Singapore Memorial Ref : Column 411.

    Ref http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...117#post140117
    Also killed in this raid, when a bomb exploded next to his car was Flt Lt F W Hordern, 23 Sqdn RAAF's Equipment Officer. (Bloody Shambles)


    and for

    Leading Aircraftman Hugh FINN (974733) 1941-12-08 27 Sqdn AIR27 Singapore Singapore Memorial Ref : Column 410.
    Aircraftman 2nd Class William Kenneth STEPHENS (1072395) 1941-12-08 27 Sqdn AIR27 Singapore Singapore Memorial Ref : Column 412.
    Aircraftman 1st Class Joseph Milton WOOD (996864) 1941-12-08 27 Sqdn AIR27 Singapore Singapore Memorial Ref : Column 410.
    Aircraftman 2nd Class William SQUIRES (1350516) 1941-12-08 27 Sqdn AIR27 Singapore Singapore Memorial

    Japanese raid on 27 Squadron on 8th March in Malaya. as per Bloody Shambles:
    L6669 was bombed on take off, morally wounding pilot and gunner (Willows/Rhodes). Two other Blenheims were damaged and five ground personnel killed, including four from 27 Squadron..
    Station HQ was hit where two airmen were killed as were 16 nearby Chinese women labourers.

    Thats a total of seven killed on ground.

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    on 9th December

    Flt Sergeant John Lewis Francis WILLIS (527205) 1941-12-09 62 Sqdn
    killed when Butterworth aerodrome was raided. Fatally wounded (Bloody Shambles)
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    On 10 Dec 41, at Singapore, Selatar, a Vildebeest K6402 of 36 Sqn getting airborne collided head on with another Vildbeast. K4161.

    Killed aboard K6402 were:
    Squadron Leader Grahams Felix WITNEY (39251) Pilot
    Flight Sergeant John Christie MILLAR (563466) Observer
    Flight Sergeant Sidney Walter MORRIS (551556) Wireless Op./Air Gunner

    The pilot of K4161 died five days later due to injuries.
    Flying Officer Kenneth Ernest LANGLEY (44969) 1941-12-15


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    Flight Sergeant Joseph LAPISH (548892) 1941-12-11 36 Sqdn Singapore Singapore Memorial

    Lapish was mortally wounded when the Vildebeest in which he was gunner was strafed on the ground at Khota Bharu airfield. His pilot Flt Lt G S Richardson escaped without injuries. The strafing apparently happened on the 8th. Richardson was able to take off in the damaged aircraft after the raid. Lapish probably died of wounds three days later..
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    Country COUNTA of Country
    United Kingdom 960
    Egypt 240
    South Africa 160
    Canada 93
    New Zealand 57
    United States of America 48
    Australia 43
    Libya 27
    Singapore 26
    Iraq 26
    Malta 17
    France 16
    Israel and Palestine (including Gaza) 15
    Sudan 14
    Ethiopia 13
    Kenya 11
    Greece 11
    Malaysia 10
    Eritrea 10
    Nigeria 9
    Sierra Leone 8
    India 7
    Iceland 7
    Myanmar 6
    Yemen 5
    Zimbabwe 4
    Pakistan 4
    Italy 4
    Belgium 3
    Sri Lanka 2
    Russian Federation 2
    Norway 2
    Netherlands 2
    Gibraltar 2
    Ghana 2
    China (including Hong Kong) 2
    Zambia 1
    Tanzania 1
    Syria 1
    Spain 1
    Papua New Guinea 1
    New Caledonia 1
    Lebanese Republic 1
    Fiji 1
    Denmark 1
    Grand Total 1877
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    Hi Jagen

    Some more for 1941. Apologies for not using the spreadsheet but these required multiple links to get the info.

    P/O Douglas Edmund ALLAN (688) RAAF, 1 BAGS, Pilot

    LAC Arthur John POWELL (404157) RAAF, 1 BAGS, Wireless Operator/Air Gunner/Observer (not identified which as log book title covers all three)

    LAC Henry James Pope (407158) RAAF, 1 BAGS

    2 Fairey Battles (L5683 & L5700) collided near Terrigal, NSW. The sole survivor was LAC MacPherson. No details as to which personnel were in which aircraft.
    http://www.adf-serials.com.au/2a22l.htm
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-03-31&sortby=
    Allan NAA file: https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/Sear...aspx?B=5375101
    Powell NAA file: https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/Sear...aspx?B=1077464


    LAC Leonard Watson TURNER (402265) RAAF, 3 SFTS, CAC Wirraway A20-201

    F/O Lionel Barton HACK (16475) RAAF, 3 SFTS CAC Wirraway A20-201

    Accident occurred near Barker’s Vale NSW. Assumed to have broken up in the air.

    https://www.awm.gov.au/advanced-sear...Barkers%20Vale
    http://www.adf-serials.com.au/2a20c.htm
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/a...03-31|||sortby


    Aircraftman Class 1 Donald Clarence WANT (33191) RAAF, 8 EFTS
    Accident (ground accident). Press reports say drowning accident in the Murrumbidgee River, Narrandera, NSW

    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/R1717735
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-12-31&sortby=

    Aircraftman Class 1 Sydney William DONNELLY (25006) RAAF, 1 Engineering School, Ascot Vale, Victoria
    Accident (ground accident). Press reports say Donnelly ‘was struck by a car’.

    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/R1703367
    http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/VeteranCer...teranID=872629
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-03-31&sortby=


    LAC George James MANSON (23485) RAAF, 3 Recruit Depot, Amberley, Qld
    Died of illness. Press reports say died after being ill for 10 weeks in Rosemount Repatriation Hospital, Brisbane.

    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/R1719707
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-03-31&sortby=


    Aircraftman Class 1 Sydney Therald CHANDLER (28480) RAAF, 1 ITS, Somers, Victoria
    Died of illness.

    https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/Sear...msListing.aspx
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/R1701733

    Note: NAA search (images not available) and database have the middle name spelt Therald while the AWM record has it spelt Therold.

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    Hello again

    Continuing on with the UK casualties:

    Henry Sidney WILKINSON (91156) - the inquest into his death was reported in several newspapers in the Birmingham area in August 1941. He was found shot through the head in his room, and died at Hollymoor Emergency Hospital. A verdict of "Suicide while the balance of his mind was disturbed" was returned by the Coroner. There appeared to no apparent reason for him taking his own life, and his Wing Commander sadi: "We have lost a very good officer, and all of us a very dear friend. The whole thing is a mystery."

    Jack Allen MARCUS A.T.A. - Lysander T1675.
    See: http://www.rafcommands.com/archive/17582.php
    and: http://www.raf-lichfield.co.uk/ATA%20Casualties.htm

    Xela Cambria MITCHELL (1367288) - the Bury Free Press of September 13th 1941 reported the inquest into his death. It recorda that he was found drowned in a lake, four days after he had been reported missing. A verdict of "death by drowning, having thrown himself into the lake whilst the balance of his mind was disturbed" was returned by the Coroner.

    George Raymond PRIESTLEY (1350730) - the Lincolnshire Echo of September 6th 1941 reported the inquest into his death. It records that he was found dead in his bunk with a bullet wound to the head, a revolver lying nearby. A verdict that "death was due to a revolver bullet wound, self-inflicted while the balance of the mind was disturbed by the taking of excessive alcohol and other causes" was returned by the Coroner.

    Lloyd Edgar FARROW (901170) - a family tree on ancestry.co.uk records that 'His plane was shot down [sic] in England and he suffered grave injuries to his leg from which he did not survive.'
    See: http://www.yorkshire-aircraft.co.uk/...rk40/aclc.html

    David James PAGE (985476) - the Statutory Deaths Register records that he drowned as the result of an aircraft accident.
    Saro London K5913. See: http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...rmen-12-9-1941

    Bernard MACINSKI (P/783162) - the Nottingham Evening Post of September 24th 1941 reported that he was accidentally knocked down in the black-out by a car on Gunthorpe Road. He died in the General Hospital.

    Leonard John BOX (1185806) - a family tree on ancestry.co.uk has a copy of his death certificate, which records that he died at 368 Chepstow Avenue, Hornchurch, due to secondary liver cancer and carcinoma of the stomach. The National Probate Calendar records that he died on September 1st, but the death certificate confirms September 15th.

    Peter Holman WILLIAMS (1236372) - the Western Morning News of September 18th 1941 reported that he was killed when his motor cycle collided with a trailer being towed by an Army lorry at Coburg Cross, Chudleigh. He died in Newston Abbot Hospital without regaining consciousness. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned by the Coroner.

    George William Henry STAPLEFORD (1203270) - the Nottingham Journal of September 19th 1941 reported that he was knocked down by a car near Blidworth Church at 10.30 p.m. He was taken to Mansfield Hospital, but was dead on arrival. A verdict of "Accidental death" was returned by the Coroner.

    Arthur Russell PATRICK (1019210) - Wellington I L4262. Injured, died in the ambulance on the way to hospital - see BCL Volume 7, page 73.

    William Ord WALLACE (J/4905) and
    Anthony Markham De La Poer DISNEY (60084) - Wallace's R.C.A.F. Service File records that they were killed when they collided whilst practising dog-fighting at 11.05. The accident was witnessed by a local Royal Observer Corps post. Wallace in Spitfire 1a R6685, was struck by Disney in Spitfire 1a AR214. It records the place of death for Wallace as Hillfoot Farm, near Mormond, Aberdeen.

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    Taking the UK casualties up to the end of September 1941 UK:

    Arthur Ian PAGET (402211) - the 485 Sqn ORB has him in Spitfire AB903, failed to return from Circus 99 to Rouen.
    See: http://allspitfirepilots.org/aircraft/AB903

    Martin Francis SCRAGG (70612) and
    Joseph FYVIE (403439) - a family tree on ancestry.co.uk has the following for Fyvie:
    “Was practicing ZZ approaches in Master T8376 with Flying Officer Scragg RAFO as safety pilot and, in reasonable weather conditions, (when) the aircraft was seen at about 1500 feet in the beginning of a spin. Control appears to have been regained at about 500 feet but the aircraft was then in a vertical dive from which it did not recover.”
    The aircraft crashed in the middle of a field at Priory Farm, Kington St. Michael, Chippenham, Wilts. – Grid reference – ST 892778 around mid afternoon. A local farmer and his son, Bill Isaacs, of Manor Farm were attracted by the loud noise, quickly went to investigate and found the damaged aircraft with the two crew still inside. Even though the aircraft did not catch fire or break up there was nothing to be done for the occupants.
    The finding of the Investigating officer was that:
    “The accident was due to collision with the ground following an involuntary spin from which partial control was regained too late. That the cause of the accident is controversial, but possibly due to an error of judgement when changing over from hooded to visual flight.”


    Ernest John BRAUND (933623) See: http://www.yorkshire-aircraft.co.uk/...k41/r7115.html

    Jerzy ZALESKI (P/783582) and
    Eugeniusz Rudolf KAJOR (P/781286) - see: http://aircrewremembered.com/zaleski-jerzy.html

    William Wight HYMAN (970699) and
    Harold Cecil FOX (1150675) - the 248 Sqn ORB from 540 records that they were killed in a flying accident 2 miles west of Exford, Somerset. Hyman's unit on the Graves Registration Report Form is listed as the O.A.D.U.

    William BROWNLIE (405227) - see: http://aircrewremembered.com/brownlie-william.html

    Robert Frederick LEAVITT D.F.C. 42238) - the rcafassociation.ca website's awards section records that he was posted missing, believed drowned, ferrying Hudson AE545 to the United Kingdom, 21 September 1941.
    See also: http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...4426#post34426

    Edward William Davies GRAHAM (402570)
    Owen Llewelyn GWYNNE (45328) and
    Theodore JEFFRIES (1381088) - seemingly all 42 O.T.U.
    See: http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...AFVR-22-9-1941

    Edwin Herbert BURTON (106117) and
    John Ball SLACK (524861) - the 616 Sqn ORB Form 540 records that they collided 1 mile south of Brighton Pier. Slack's body was washed up at Bognor a few days later.
    Slack - http://allspitfirepilots.org/aircraft/W3517

    Reginald Herman PAULEY (R/64817) - the 124 Sqn ORB record that he was killed in Spitfire X4108, which crashed in thick low level cloud.
    See: http://www.crashsiteorkney.com/spitfire-x4108-rendall

    Alois DVORAK (787672) - see: http://www.bbm.org.uk/airmen/Dvorak.htm

    Norman Ware MOWAT (404359) - a family tree on ancestry.co.uk has extracts from his R.A.A.F Service File, whoch record that he was killed in Spitfire X4843 of 57 O.T.U., Hawarden.
    See also: https://www.peakdistrictaircrashes.c...x4843-yr-aran/

    Robert Charles COLLEY (J/5957) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in a Defiant of 60 O.T.U. at East Fortune which crashed at approximately 01.30. The Air Britain Defiant File, page 117, records he was killed in Defiant V1138, dived into ground 2 miles NE of East Fortune while on approach.

    George Gordon TAYLOR (R/60451) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Spitfire R6983 of 58 O.T.U., which crashed at Bengengie Hill, Alva at 18.30.
    See: http://aircrewremembered.com/taylor-george.html

    Joseph William GOODCHILD (44523) - this site has him in Tomahawk AH827:
    http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/Reg...atabase_24.htm

    Percy Charles EDWARDS (924020) - the 87 Sqn ORB Form 540 has: 'Sgt. Edwards was unfortunately killed while carrying out a practice "beat up" of gun positions at Doddington. He had been with the squadron for over six months and was very popular with all.'

    Donald Joseph CONNOLLY (R/64819) - the 111 Sqn ORB records that he was in Spitfire AB924 at North Weald which collided with Spitfire R7192 on take off. His R.C.A.F. Service File recorda that he was admitted to St. Margaret's Hospital, Epping. Cause of the crash was the pilot of R7192 disobeying taxying instructions.

    George Frederick HILLIER (402445) - see: http://aircrewremembered.com/hillier...frederick.html

    Paul Draycott DEAR (39506) - the 59 Sqn ORB records that he was when Hudson TR-G crashed on take off for a practice night flight. The aircraft's bombs exploded [would it be carrying bombs on a practice night flight?], and Dear and the Station Commander, G/C Henry Sydney Scroggs, were killed in the explosion.
    See also: http://sussexhistoryforum.co.uk/inde...59394#msg59394

    Hunter Arthur Aubrey NORTH (402279) - the naa.gov.au webiste has him on Wellington Z8868 of 57 Sqn.
    See also: https://internationalbcc.co.uk/losses/35557/

    CHAPMAN (963943) - the Derby Daily Telegraph of September 30th 1941 reported that he was found dead in the kitchen at 9, Ponsonby Terrace, Derby by his wife. Cause of death was suspected to be gas poisoning.

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    Hi Jagan

    Please correct the records I previously sent on the 30th of April for these three RAAF members. I’ve come across the official preliminary report which has the correct information. Mix up was due to the closeness in dates (2 days apart) of the two different accidents and both being from the same school meant that some sources got a bit confused.

    P/O Douglas Edmund ALLAN (688) RAAF, 1 BAGS, Pilot

    LAC Arthur John POWELL (404157) RAAF, 1 BAGS, Wireless Operator/Air Gunner/Observer (not identified which as log book title covers all three)

    LAC Henry James Pope (407158) RAAF, 1 BAGS

    Fairey Battle R3936 dived into ground in a single aircraft accident on 18/01/1941. Report states: ‘Cause obscure. Aircraft was seen to perform a turn. It flicked onto back and, diving, did not recover’.
    https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/Sear...aspx?B=6950604 - see pages 38 & 39

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    Some more!

    LAC Jack Clifford ANDREWS (5596), RAAF. 5 EFTS
    Received fatal injuries when the car he was driving overturned near Narromine, NSW
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P10308228
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-08-31&sortby=


    Aircraftman Class 1 Eric Norman HAWKSLEY (30764), RAAF. 1 Engineering School, Ascot Vale, Victoria
    Passed away at the RAAF Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria as a result of an accident (what type not stated)
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-08-31&sortby=


    Corporal John Allen THOMAS (210011), RAAF. 4 SFTS, Geraldton, WA
    Corporal Thomas was walking with his infant daughter and wife on the correct side of the road when all three were struck by a car. Corporal Thomas and his infant daughter died from their injuries.
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P10318889
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-08-31&sortby=
    Note: CWGC, AWM, press and database have the middle name spelt ‘Allen’ while NAA has it spelt as ‘Allan’


    LAC Ronald Lawrence DARTNALL (205762), RAAF. No 2 Aircraft Depot, Rouse Hill, NSW
    Died as a result of an accident (what type not stated)
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P10305093
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-08-31&sortby=

    Aircraftman Class 1 Alan Edward TONKIN (20540), RAAF. 1 STT, Melbourne, Vic
    Fatally injured when the car he was driving collided with the Knapsack Bridge, Lapstone, NSW.
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P10319804
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/r...-08-31&sortby=


    Aircraftman 2nd Class Irvine Charles CORBOULD (401912), RAAF. 1 ITS, Somers, Vic
    Died from illness at Flinders, Vic
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P10307527
    https://vwma.org.au/explore/people/624218

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    Re post 56

    Fox and Hyman were in Beaufighter 1C of OADU which crashed at Blackland Hill, Exford, Somerset 19/9/1941,

    DaveW
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