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    Default Unaccounted airmen - 6-5-1941

    What caused the death of and/or what were the places of death registration for:

    Sgt (Pilot) Thomas M. ADLARD - 1166520;
    LAC Francis J. BIBBY - 615420;
    AC1 Peter BREMBER - 1006825 - 18 BC, 946 (Balloon) Sqn (Renfrew);
    LAC Trevor S. DAVIES - 967531;
    AC2 Godfrey C. GABRIEL - 1027545 - 85 Sqn (Hunsdon, Hertfordshire);
    AC2 Frank HUNNINGTON - 1295907;
    AC1 William IRVINE - 1106983 - 18 BC, 946 (Balloon) Sqn (Renfrew);
    Sgt Ernest J.M. LUCEY - 536607;
    LAC (Pilot u/t)Norman B. MOODY - 921747;
    Cpl Stanley POOLE - 533660 (his father George Sutton POOLE killed in same incident);
    LAC (Pilot u/t) Martin WILLIAMS - 1113079, and
    Cpl Walter S. WILSON - 871702 - 15 BC, 938 (Balloon) sqn (Billingham).

    Proposed aircraft losses for this day:

    Lysander II - P1699 - 6 AACU - damaged byond repair; no further details.
    Oxford I - L9638 - 3 FTS - spun into ground Coulsdon Golf Course, Surrey.
    Tiger Moth II - N6770 - 17 EFTS - damaged and SOC 12-6-1941.

    Regards and thanks for your help.
    Henk.

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    Sgt Adlard was, according to the No.3 School of General Reconnaissance ORD, killed in Botha L6265

    May 6th 1941, “Botha L6265 crashed in sea off Puffin Island, N. Wales involving the death ofone airman, Sgt Adlard T.M.”
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    Thanks Al; good news for the weekend; will amend my files.
    Regards,
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    Hi Henk
    Bibby,20, is registered at Liverpool S,Davies,31, is registered at Liverpool N, Gabriel,26, is registered at Ware ,Hertfordshire, Hunnington,33, is registered at New Forest, Hampshire,
    Moody and Williams both aged 20,are registered at Surrey Mid East which covers Coulsdon(Oxford L9638?), Wilson,34, is registered at Nothumberland S.
    Brember didn't come up and I note on CWGC that he is buried in Paisley, Renfrewshire. Irvine is buried in Glasgow and CWGC puts him on 946 Balloon Sqn which was based there.I couldn't find Lucey although he is buried in England.
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    Hello Henk
    The death of both Irvine & Brember were registered at Renfrew, Scotland.
    Both died as a result of injuries recieved due to an air raid.
    Regards
    Andy

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    Thanks Andy for this additional info.
    Regards,
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    Sgt (Pilot) Thomas M. ADLARD - 1166520; ---> KOAS
    LAC Francis J. BIBBY - 615420; Liverpool S; ---> KOAS
    AC1 Peter BREMBER - 1006825 - ---> Not found in Flight magazine ?
    LAC Trevor S. DAVIES - 967531; ---> DOAS Jun 26th
    AC2 Godfrey C. GABRIEL - 1027545 - ---> DOAS Jun 19th magazine
    AC2 Frank HUNNINGTON - 1295907; ---> Not found in Flight magazine ?
    AC1 William IRVINE - 1106983 - ---> KOAS Oct 30th magazine, quite late.
    Sgt Ernest J.M. LUCEY - 536607; ---> DIED OP WOUNDS OE INJURIES RECEIVED ON ACTIVE SERVICE Jun 19th magazine
    LAC (Pilot u/t)Norman B. MOODY - 921747; ---> KOAS Jun 19th magazine
    Cpl Stanley POOLE - 533660 ---> DIED OF WOUNDS OR INJURIES RECEIVED ON ACTIVE SERVICE Jun 26th magazine
    LAC (Pilot u/t) Martin WILLIAMS - 1113079, ---> KOAS Jun 19th magazine
    Cpl Walter S. WILSON - 871702 - ---> KOAS Aug 7th magazine

    Henk, no need to acknowledge this posting, unless you have further questions
    Last edited by dennis_burke; 29th October 2009 at 01:43.
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    POOLE's father was killed in the same incident believed to be an air-raid.

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    George Sutton Poole died on 3rd May, along with his daughter, Muriel Poole, May 3rd, presumably Stanley Poole's siter.

    1 Woodhouse St, Liverpool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ingham View Post
    Hello Henk
    The death of both Irvine & Brember were registered at Renfrew, Scotland.
    Both died as a result of injuries recieved due to an air raid.
    Regards
    Andy
    Andy / Henk

    Both men would appear to have been killed at Clarence House, High Street Renfrew in the same incident. As Andy rightly confirmed, both recorded at Renfrew in the County of Renfrew.

    Douglas

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