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    Default LEJ Davenports POW Wartime Log - A List of names???

    I have managed to obtain and read my grandads wartime log from being a POW from 1941 - 45. On his travels he was in the same camp as Douglas Bader.

    Interestingly in this book it lists many names and in some instances addresses of people who wrote in my grandads book and left messages.

    I thought it would be interesting if I shared the names with you all as it contains RAF, Army etc, worth a look it may bring up a relative!!

    Here goes:

    Grandads name: Leslie Ernest John Davenport
    Service Number: 964692
    Squadron 7 Bomber Command

    This is the crew he was shot down with: 7th September 1941. All were POWs. (N6046 MG-Y?) Short Stirling. All of the below names were in my grandads POW wartime log.....

    F/sgt A Yardley - Serv.No 748748 (Baled out with no parachute and survived, trees broke his fall) - (Canadian)
    F/O C.M Hall (Australian) 402002
    Sgt. J.H Boulton 742790
    Sgt J. Sutton 746720
    Sgt A. Speakman 551472
    Sgt D. Owens 528924

    other names mentioned (done my best to make out hand writing):

    Maurice G Shetlow
    Stanley Hewitt
    R Evans
    Don Owens
    Johnny Morgan
    C F Hall
    Richard R Huleatt
    Jack H Boulton
    J or P Smith
    Alec Kerr
    D A Lloyd
    John H Sutton
    Dennis S Merrells
    W S Bellew
    David Y Teil
    Richard A Copley
    H West
    Ray Evans
    J D Morgan
    Thomas W Coultard
    Sydney Dawson
    Edward Parnell
    Jos Donven - Luxembourg
    Charles D Paterson
    Anthony Palmer
    Harold Bell
    Harold I Bast - Oklahoma USA
    Virgil H Smallen - Tennessee USA
    Floyd T Stitely - Pennsylvania USA
    Monty Todd
    Jack Maher - Ontario Canada

    Hope this was interesting

    Ian Davenport

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    Ian
    Very interesting !
    Do you know where his POW camps were situated ?

    Anne

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    Ian,

    I have a similar list to this from my Father's Log book, which when compared to the roll call for Fallingbostal which tells you the hut your Grandfather would have been in, gives you some idea who he would have considered to be his friends or indeed, his "combine".

    I have researched all the names listed in both my Father's log book and his hut and the connections make interesting reading. It is only then when you look at the Liberation Questionaires that you can see who escaped together on the march North at the end of the war and get some details as to what your Grandfather would have done.

    The only connection between your list and mine seems to be:-

    Robert Evans, was flying a 74 Squadron spitfire when it was lost on 2nd July 1941 near Lille, France. He was interned in Stalag 9c, Stalag Luft 3 and 6 and Stalag 357. Robert Evans escaped from the column on 14th April 1945 with W/O Jack Getteridge.

    Robert Evans was captured the day after my Father so they would have had similar experiances.

    Regards,

    Nick

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    Ian,

    Check these names out against Ross's POW list and you will pick up the spelling mistakes, etc. This may also give you some more details.

    Regards,

    Nick

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    Ian,
    Saw the Daily Mail article. Tried the email address in it, but no joy. I've had some success tracing relatives of Second World War POWs and KIAs.
    In my case the motivation was my great uncle's crash in the Netherlands in 1944, and all the crew died except one. That one was taken
    prisoner, and thanks to help from RAF Commands forum members, I photographed his POW Liberation Questionnaire at Kew.


    Wondered if you'd done this for the airmen whose relatives you've yet to contact?


    The information on this was the starting point for a family history-based approach, and I've since met that airman's son. We went to
    a memorial ceremony in the Netherlands.


    If this is of any interest to you, please get in touch for more details about the techniques I used.


    Best wishes,
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    Here are the men named in my father's POW "Wartime Log" which can be viewed here http://wallyswar.wordpress.com/pow-log/

    I am attempting to get photographs of each individual and so far have got 13. Any further information about these prisoners and photographs would be greatly appreciated.

    ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF PRISONERS IN WALTER LAYNE’S “WARTIME LOG.”




    Allen Chas(Tim) R.A.F. 70 Warren road, Washwood Heath, Birmingham. Sgt. Rear Gunner, 75 Squadron,
    Lancaster PB520 20 Nov 44, Op Homberg, Lancaster PB520 (page 87)



    Bean, Leonard Frank R.A.F. Sgt F/E 432 Squadron Halifax LW597, shot down 25/26 February 1944 by night fighter near Ulm on operations to Augsburg. From http://www.robineau.ca/2012/11/rheal...t-of-the-crew/
    NAME. Bean L. F. Flt/engineer. We left base, East Moor, after dark, somewhere around 21:30. Fairly cloudy weather, but clear, 3/4 moon above 10,000 feet. Only light flak was encountered until the target, but even here we seemed to be above most of it. We flew all the way at approximately 21,000 feet. We arrived at the target on time but no flares had been dropped by P.F.F so the skipper having flown over the target circled back into bomber stream. Flares were down by this time. We bombed the target and turned onto track. Approximately, half hour later, skipper asked me to check that bomb doors were isolated on the hydraulics. I went back to check, taking my log to fill in. As I plugged into the intercom, I heard the skipper warning the gunners that there were fighter flares going down ahead. As far as I remember we stayed on course and did not weave. A few minutes later, approximately 2:00 I heard a banging noise underneath and the overload tank in the bomb bay exploded. I then heard the skipper give the order to bale out and went forward and handed him his chute, as he was leaving his position. I then got my chute and went to follow him into the nose, but stayed on the steps. Later when the aircraft had dropped quite a height the wireless operator managed to open the hatch. The order of leaving the aircraft was wireless operator, pilot, navigator, bomb aimer and myself (flt/engineer). After pulling the ripcord I blacked out and remember nothing until I came to in the snow. I had no chute or harness or Mae west and 2 German landwatch with shotguns were standing around, apparently waiting for me to recover. When the tank exploded, it blew the floor in and the flames came through. Window was being dropped. Upward firing guns. (page 19)




    Beesley, J. R.A.F. 176 Woodland Ave. Handsworth, Birmingham. F/S Bomb Aimer 97 Squadron Lancaster JA708. Shot down 23/24 September 1943 by Messerschmitt 110 night fighter piloted by Unteroffizie Josef Brunner operating out of Venlo in Holland 1 minute after bombing Mannheim. (One of the crew members when my father was shot down) (page 7, 51, 87)



    Beesley is second from right, picture taken at the time of his repatriation



    Beeston, Bob (A.H.) R.A.F. W/O Pilot of 51 Squadron Halifax HR750 shot down 27/28 May 1943 on raid to Essen, all crew survived to become POW’s. (page 76)



    Benson, A.J. R.A.A.F. "OK" Goondriwindi, Queensland. Sgt. Pilot 10 O.T.U. Whitley BD220 At 14.39 hours, 14 June 1943 two U boats inbound for their French base in Bordeaux were spotted by the Whitley in the Bay of Biscay and shadowed. U-564 was unable to dive after an air attack the day before and was being escorted back to France by U-185. At 16.45 hours, the fuel of the aircraft was running low the pilot Sergeant Benson decided to attack U-564. Both boats opened fire and hit the bomber, but its depth charges caused more damage on the boat and she sank at 17.30 hours. The hydraulics and the starboard engine of the Whitley were damaged, so the crew was forced to ditch into the Bay of Biscay approximately 80 miles south west of the Isles of Scilly. The crew were picked up three days later by a French trawler and ended up as German prisoners of war. A good account is in Norman Franks book ' Search, Find and Kill' . Benson was awarded the D.F.M for this action. http://www.crookwellgazette.com.au/s...son-crookwell/ (page 87)


    Arthur Benson.



    Calvert, George F. R.A.F. 11 Mallett Crescent, Bolton. F/S 106 Squadron Lancaster W4842 on May 27th 1943 on an operation to Essen. According to Lancaster at War 3 (Pages 68-72) George was not related to crew member Les Calvert. George Calvert also has an account in Cooper's 'Air Battle of the Ruhr' (Page 80). The crew survived a Whitley crash landing on 9 Dec 42 whilst with 19 OTU Kinloss, a first ditching in Lancaster R5892 on 21 Feb 43 with 1661 HCU and then a second ditching after the Essen raid although on this occasion they were picked up by the Germans. (page 55)


    George Calvert.








    Calvert, Les. R.A.F. Sgt. 106 Squadron Lancaster W4842 on May 27th 1943 on an operation to Essen. No relation to crew member George F. Calvert, listed below. (page 59)

    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ian.gillson/ba.html
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ian.gil.../composite.jpg




    Cannon, James. R.A.F. 10 Rodgers Place, Earlston, Berwickshire. Sgt W/O 432 Squadron Halifax LW597, shot down 25/26 February 1944 by night fighter near Ulm on operations to Augsburg.
    From http://www.robineau.ca/2012/11/rheal...t-of-the-crew/

    NAME. Cannon J. Wireless operator. Take off was at 21:00 hours on Feb. 25th 1944. Everything went okay until about 15 minutes after leaving target when we were hit by fighter. To my knowledge no warning was given from gunners, so no evasive action was done. No clouds in sky. Nearest big town – Ulm. On being hit we lost control of aircraft and went into steep dive, wasn’t able to open hatch until aircraft leveled itself out at about 3,000 feet. (page 25)


    Jimmy Cannon




    Charlton, J. Allen R.A.F. 9 Dick Road, Kilmarnock. 159 Squadron Liberator lost attacking shipping at Benghazi 23 July 1942. (page 25)



    Collins, Laurie W. R.A.F. "Sackville House." 4 Littlefields Lane, Grimsby, Lincs. A/G 57 Squadron Wellington R1369 operation to Kiel shot down and crashed in the sea near the Frisians (page 23)

    Coulbeck, R. 97 Ravendale St. Scunthorpe. Cpl. R.A.S.C. POW # 6084 Service # 7615370. Ray Coulbeck was at Brigg Grammar School with Walter Layne. Coulbeck was part of the British Expeditionary Force and was one of the last to leave France evacuating from Rennes. Serving in the Middle East he was stationed in Piraeus Greece before the Germans overran the country. He was there when ammunition ships exploded in Piraeus harbour and was subsequently evacuated to Crete. Following the Battle for Crete he was captured on the beach near Sphakia on the south coast of Crete. (page 27)



    Ray Coulbeck



    Denton, J.N. R.A.F. 4 The Terrace, Chyandous, Penzance, Cornwall. F/S 106 Squadron Lancaster W4842, shot down 27 May 1943 on a raid to Essen. (page 87)



    Gillman E.J. R.A.F. 20 Eastcourt Av., Easley, Reading. Sgt F/E 97 Squadron Lancaster JA 707 . Attacked by night fighter after bombing Nuremburg and crashed in Luxembourg 27/28 August 1943 Gillman’s POW report is on line at http://webspace.qmul.ac.uk/fsegreyer...lmanReport.htm
    He was killed in 1948 when Lincoln RF474 of 9 Squadron crashed in France. (page 33)


    Griffith, Peter H. R.A.F. Woodholme, Bishopswood Road, Prestatyn, Wales. Rifleman 6896171. Captured Crete 1st June 1941. Member of 1st. Battalion “The Rangers” Kings Royal Rifle Corps. (page 29)



    Gunter, Louis B. R.A.F. Binsley Rd. Coventry. S/L Pilot, 619 Squadron Lancaster ME855 shot down 12/13 Aug 44, Operation to Brunswick, Lancaster ME855 (page 24, 89)


    Gurnell, P. R.A.F. Sturton, Brigg. Sgt. A/G 207 Squadron Manchester L7307 lost 27/28 March 1941 on operations to Dusseldorf. (page 27)



    Hancock, Robert. R.A.F. Woodhouse Farm, Leconfield, E. Yorks. W/O Observer on 77 Squadron Whitley Z9280, shot down attacking Wilhelmshaven 27 February 1942 (page 94)


    Robert Hancock


    Hand, George W. R.A.F. Morcott, near Uppingham, Rutland. Sgt. W/O 434 Squadron Halifax LL257 shot down 19/20 February 1944 on operations to Leipzig. (page 17, 25)



    Hanrahan, C. R.A.F. 5 Norbreck Close, Cinder Hill, Notts. Sgt. F/E 97 Squadron Lancaster ED816 shot down 12/13 June 1943 on an operation to Bochum. (page 86)



    Hobsbawn, G.R.D.B. R.A.F. Santiago, Chile. Sgt. 102 Squadron Halifax W7652 lost 16 June 1942 on an operation to Essen. (page 81)



    Howes, Johnny. R.A.F. Peacehaven, Sussex. Sgt. 57 Squadron Wellington Z8985 lost 7/8 November 1941 on a “Rover Patrol” in the Munster area. (page 13)



    Hunter, W. James R.A.F. 123 Winifred Rd. Coulson, Surrey. P/O Observer 217 Squadron Coastal Command Beaufort AW238 shot down attacking the battleship Scharnhorst in the Bay of Biscay, 25 July 1941. Was one of the forgers of the “Dean and Dawson” organization that made documents for the “Wooden Horse” escape. (page 24)


    Hyden, Philip. R.A.F. F/O 78 Squadron Halifax DT775 shot down by night fighter 10/11 April 1943 on an operation to Frankfurt. (page 98)


    Jack, Gordon B. S.A.A.F. Lt. 14 Eridgeway, Forest Town, Johannesburg S.A. S.A.A.F. 205570 S.A.A.F. POW 684
    possibly 2 squadron shot down 1 September 1942 in P40 Kittyhawk. (page 24, 80)




    Jackson, R.J. R.A.F. 20 Maytree Crescent, Watford, Herts. Sgt. F/E 156 Squadron Lancaster W4943 shot down by night fighter on operations to Essen 27/28 May 1943. (page 87)



    Kenny J. R.A.F. 27 Featherstall Road North, Oldham, Lancashire. Sgt. W/O 97 Squadron Lancaster JA 707 . Attacked by night fighter after bombing Nuremburg and crashed in Luxembourg 27/28 August 1943 (page 33)
    Kenny evaded with Gillman who’s report can be found here http://www.possumline.net/EscapersAn...lmanReport.htm


    Joseph Kenny



    Lee, D.N. R.A.F. Brentford, Middlesex. Sgt. Pilot of 77 Squadron Whitley Z6570 lost on operation to Berlin 9/10 April 1941. (page 25)



    Littlewood, L. R.A.F. 43 Rothschild St., West Norwood, London. SE 27 Sgt. 487 Squadron Ventura AE731 crashed participating in “Ramrod 16” attacking a power station near Amsterdam 3 May 1943. (page 25)





    Lockyer Thomas Mitchell,. R.A.F. F/Lt. Chorley, Lancs. shot down 22/02/41 flying Spitfire R6598 (1PRU) over Ostend the victim of Obfw Hermann Staege 2./LG 2 (page 24, 75)



    “Titch” Lockyer taken when he was a POW.



    McCullock, Alex. R.A.F. 63 Twyford Ave. Fosters Green, London. P/O Mid upper gunner 35 Squadron Halifax LV864 shot down by night fighter 19/20 February 1944 on operations to Leipzig. (page 24)



    Alex McCullock

    McDonald, Ian Alexander R.A.F. 24 Brookland Rise, London, NW.11 Sgt. A/G 50 Squadron Hampden AE 318 shot down 7/8 September 1941 on operations to Kiel. Ian McDonald was posted to 50 Squadron from 14 OTU (Operational Training Unit) on 17th August 1941. He flew three operations, 25th August 1941 to Mannheim, 2nd September to Berlin and the one he was shot down on, 7th September to Kiel. His aircraft was Hampden AE318 and was crewed by Sergeants D. Good (Pilot) D.F. Endsor (Bomb Aimer) R. Williamson (Wireless Operator) I.A. McDonald (Rear Gunner) the aircraft crashed near Oldenburg, Holstein. All of the crew became P.O.W.’s (page 39)



    McKeown, William Trevor R.N.Z.A.F. 48 St. Helliers St. Linwood N.Z. F/Lt. 239 Squadron Mustang shot down during Dieppe raid 19 August 1942 and crash landed at Dieppe, suffering a blow to the head. In August 1943 he lost his right eye as a result of this injury. (page 24)


    McKeown, photo courtesy of Air Force Museum of New Zealand.



    Meyrick, D. R.A.F. 38 Coronation Rd. Gilfach Goch, Glamorgan. AC1 150 Squadron Battle L5540, shot down attacking enemy columns in Luxembourg and crash landed in the target area near Bonnevoie, 10 May 1940. (page 25)

    Nelson, Joseph Edmundson.15 R.A.F. Parkfield Rd. Bolton. F/S Flight Engineer 97 Squadron Lancaster JA708. Shot down 23/24 September 1943 by Messerschmitt 110 night fighter piloted by Unteroffizie Josef Brunner operating out of Venlo in Holland 1 minute after bombing Mannheim. (One of the crew members when my father was shot down.) (page 86)



    Petch, W. R.A.F. 23 Hamilton Rd. Scunthorpe. Sgt. 77 Squadron Whitley Z6642 crashed 7 July 1941 on operation to Dortmund. (page 66)



    Prentice, Donald F. S.A.A.F. 124 Caledon St. Uiterhage, Cape Province. S.A. Lt. Pilot Mustang HB 908 Shot down by flak 30 October 1944 aircraft crashed in Gulf Of Venice near San Vito. (page 24)



    Pryde, J. R.A.F. Sgt. 9 Squadron Wellington W5729. Lost on operations to Cologne 10/11 July 1941, He was captured somewhere between Calais and St Omer on 11th July 1941. (page 90)



    Reade, Frank S. R.A.F. 45 Mansfield Rd. Guilford, Surrey. F/O 199 Squadron Wellington HF488 shot down by night fighter on operations to Dusseldorf, 25 May 1943. (page 24)



    Ringham, F.L. 123 Borden Rd. Tunbridge, Kent. 131829 Sgt. 102 Squadron Halifax W7652 lost 16 June 1942 on operations to Essen. (page 58, 81)


    Roe, William Alec. “Allendale” Fordham Rd. Bury St. Edmonds. Nav. 21 Squadron Mosquito NS 978. Missing with pilot S/Ldr. Lloyd, on a night intruder patrol over the Normandy battlefront, on the night of 7/8 Aug 44. (page 24,79)



    William Roe, picture taken when he was a trainee.



    Ruddock, G.F. 16 Alforton Ave., West Green, London. N15. F/L Bomb Aimer for Gunter crew 619 Squadron Lancaster ME855 shot down 12/13 Aug 44, Operation to Brunswick, Lancaster ME855 (page 24)



    Sadezky, L. Aldenham, Elstree, Herts. Sgt. A/G 83 Squadron Hampden AE319. Shot down 6 September 1941 mine laying Oslo harbour. (page 25)

    Seedhouse, J. c/o Morton, Skillington, nr. Grantham. F/S Flight Engineer 106 Squadron Lancaster W4842 crashed Leiden Holland with all crew becoming P.O.W.’s. 27/28 May 1943 operations to Essen. (page 87)



    Shore, Eric Hudson Lithgow, 31 The Parade, Barry, Glamorgan. P/O pilot of 501 Squadron Spitfire AA 837. Shot down north of Ste Mère Eglise France 4th November 1941. (Leader of “Dean and Dawson” the forgery department of Stalag Luft III that made the documents for the “Wooden Horse” escapees for which he received the MBE in 1946.) (page 24, 85)


    Simich, G.R. R.N.Z.A.F. West Coast Rd. Oratia. Auckland. N.Z., F/L 214 Squadron Stirling W7560 shot down 26 July 1942 on operations against Hamburg. Died 27th August 1948 age 32 when his Mosquito crashed at Himatangi Beach New Zealand. http://muse.aucklandmuseum.com/datab...h/31820.detail (page 24)


    Above. Simich, G.R. photo courtesy of Air Force Museum of New Zealand’.



    Simmons, Roger G. 57 Manor Way, Woodmansterne, Surrey. F/O Seconded to SAAF and joined 1 Squadron shot down 24 March 1943 in his Spitfire strafing Gabes Airfield Tunisia. (Part of “Dean and Dawson” the forgery department of Stalag Luft III that made the documents for the “Wooden Horse” escapees.) (page 24,35)



    Skinner, Jim D 10 Earl Street, New Brumby, Scunthorpe. Sgt. Nav. 61 Squadron Lancaster W4763. Shot down by flak 9/10 July 1943 on operations to Gelsenkirchen. (page 9) See http://arcgis-content.maps.arcgis.co...b36bff57718e08




    Above James Douglas Skinner




    Smith, Jack P/O/ 578 Squadron Halifax MZ511. Shot down by night fighter piloted by Major Martin Drewes 20/21 July 1944 on operations to Bottrop. (page 99)



    Utteridge, Robert James. 13 Harpenden Road, W. Norwood, SE 27 LAC 142 Squadron Battle shot down 14 October 1940 at Rouen on an operation to Foret de Gault.

    536916 Leading Aircraftman Robert James Utteridge DFM, 150 Squadron RAF.
    Gazetted 16/8/1940 Wireless Operator/Air Gunner. Air 2/8885
    Whilst acting as Air Gunner on a bombing raid on 13th June, 1940, with Flt Lt Hewson as pilot, he shot down one Me 109, one Me 11O and disabled another Me 109. But for his airman's skill and courage, it is probable that the aircraft would have been shot down before being able to reach the cover of the clouds. Throughout his service with the squadron, this airman has maintained a very high standard of efficiency, both in air gunnery and as a W/T operator. 27th June 1940.
    http://www.invaluable.com/auction-lo...9-c-iye7h39uge

    http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a...rns/08ac67.htm
    I would think that his DFM was awarded for his actions on the day his Battle was lost .He is listed as a member of No. 142 Squadron, one of 10 Battle squadrons that composed the AASF France after being shot up, the Battle landed in a field south of Rouen when on operations over Rouen. It looks as if the Pilot F/L J M Hewson and the Observer, Sgt RVT Kitto DFM who had baled out as instructed by F/L J M Hewson evaded. Kitto's DFM may also had been awarded on account of his actions on the day. Probably awards arising from F/L Hewson's debriefing.

    At the time No. 142 Squadron was operating out of Villiersfaux and No 150 Squadron was located next door on the Houssay airfield, a location just west of Orleans which must have been "fall back" bases in face of the German thrust south west over the Seine. (From Harry Ree WW2talk.com) (cover page, 25)



    Waddington-Allwright Gordon J. Sgt. A/G Central Gunnery School Wellington N2894 shot down on return flight by Me110 night fighter at 02:25 near Hessen-Allee, 8km.southeast of Apeldorn on first 1000 bomber raid against Cologne 30/31 May 1942. http://translate.google.co.uk/transl...0%26es_sm%3D93
    (page 5)


    Walker, Ronald 106 Sunderland Ave. Tickhill, Doncaster. F/O 51 Squadron Halifax HR750 shot down 27/28 May 1943 on raid to Essen, all crew survived to become POW’s. (page 81)
    Last edited by David Layne; 5th November 2014 at 08:57.
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    David
    What a marvellous log book !!!
    Anne
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    This thread disappeared and came back for me when I went into my "recent activity."
    Last edited by David Layne; 6th November 2014 at 12:17.
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